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Who Owns the World? Tracing Half the Corporate Giants’ Shares to 30 Owners

This Satanic symbol has nothing to do with King David, the greatest king of Israel. It is the Satanic Hexagram from which we get the word ‘Hex’ ie. to curse or cast a spell ! Revelation 2:9 – …. and I know the blasphemy of those who say they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan.

  • In short: the Satanic bloodlines. BlackRock is Jewish.

    BlackRock is an Asset Management company. Its now ordinary AMC though, as beneath this particular Black Rock manages the largest pool of assets in the world …….. 4.77 TRILLION dollars worth of assets .That means Black Rock has invested in shares bonds derivatives and other more exotic assets which together are worth 4770,000,000,000 dollars That amount is more then the GDP of most nations in the world except for the US ,EU,China and Japan.

    So who runs it? This behemoth larger in economic size then almost all nations in the world is run by three Principals Its Chief Officers are  Laurence D. Fink (Chairman & CEO)Robert Kapito (Co-President) Charles Hallac (Co-President) All three are Jewish.
  • See also:

    Jews Dominate Vanity Fair 100 Most Influential Moguls List 
    BlackRock: The secret world power
  • Who Owns the World? Tracing Half the Corporate Giants’ Shares to 30 Owners
    When people say share ownership is highly diversified, they think most large public corporations have lots of shareholders – and often the largest shareholder has less than 15%, sometimes less than 5%, of the total shareholdings.

    But looking at it this way obscures the concentration that is taking place. The same organisations – usually finance capital, rarely families or individuals – own these public companies. We (David and Georgina) first researched this in 2009, and we’ve since found that the trend is of increasing concentration in several countries over three decades.

    When one organisation alone controls more than 6% of shares in very large global corporations, and 30 control more than half of all shares in these corporations, that signifies very high concentration.

    Our 2009 study found that various forms of financial capital controlled the great majority (68.4%) of shares in the world’s very large corporations. Individuals or families held only a minimal proportion (3.3%), and industrial companies held relatively little.

    Banks were the most common specific type of individual or organisation that controlled the shareholdings in very large corporations.

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May 30, 2017 - Posted by | Economics | , , ,

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