NWO - All Roads Lead to BlackRock
The New World Order (NWO) is showing all roads lead to BlackRock and is working to impose ideologies onto consumers and nobody is aware that they have the power to determine global politics. BlackRock controls $40 trillion in circulation, which means it manages a quarter of the worlds economy. Nations such as the United Kingdom and the United States need to begin studying BlackRock's roll in the current legislation that is being presented and how they're controlling global economies. It doesn't have to be formal. It can be informal, as all you have to do is look at their affiliations with other powerful elites. Overall, it appears that BlackRock is one of the biggest threats to culture and values around the globe. And, there have been further claims that there are three BlackRock representatives are within the U.S. administration in positions within the treasury, and the National Economic Counsel.
BlackRock and Vanguard are two of the Big Three passive fund asset management firms. The third, State Street, is owned by BlackRock — whose largest shareholder is Vanguard. It seems all roads lead to BlackRock. Vanguard is the largest shareholder of BlackRock. Vanguard itself, on the other hand, has a unique structure that makes its ownership more difficult to discern, but many of the oldest, richest families in the world can be linked to Vanguard funds.
BlackRock manages the funds you deposit into your social security, retirement, and mutual funds. BlackRock's Larry Fink, then decides for you how those funds will be deposited and to where. And he is most likely depositing funds only in the best interest of him and his investors. You have been funding the beast for quite some time. Each time we hear about how Social Security and other issues are about to go bankrupt, well, now we know who to look to. To make matters even more dangerous, BlackRock wants voting rights, and it is most likely so that they can strong arm other corporations into following the the big three objectives of pushing climate change.
According to S&P Global, BlackRock, in 2020, voted against 53 companies over climate policies, stating "the largest asset manager said it had identified 244 companies including Exxon Mobile Corp., TransDigm Group Inc. and Fortum Oyj that are making insufficient progress integrating climate risk into their business models or disclosures.
Nearly 80% of those companies were placed "on watch," a classification that BlackRock uses to tell those management teams that they have 12 to 18 months to meet its climate expectations or risk facing voting action next year.
BlackRock took several material actions against management including siding with shareholders on their proposals, voting against board members and raising governance concerns.
BlackRock has subsequently voted against management at Tyson Foods Inc. on a shareholder proposal related to supply chain due diligence, voted against the reelection of a director at McKesson Corp. for the company's failure to take action over its role in the U.S. opioid crisis, and supported a shareholder proposal at Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc. related to risks of racial discrimination in the company's lending business. The firm also supported a shareholder proposal calling for more disclosure around diversity and inclusion efforts at U.S. technology company Fortinet Inc., and voted against management at U.K. online grocery company Ocado Group PLC due to concerns that the board did not exercise appropriate oversight of executive compensation in the COVID-19 crisis, which BlackRock said could harm the retailer's relationship with consumers.
They Have Their Sites Set On Farming
Climate change is not what the GenZ or the liberals deem it to be. It is about money, and they are evil in how they intend to go about it.
In 2020, they took aim largely at energy sector with 37 companies, others would be in utility, industrial, and one financial firm. The US isn't the only nation to see the effects of BlackRock's strong arming companies into submission. Citizens of the UK and the US have been working independently to shed light on this but we must begin communicating across borders. This is a move to install a New World Order, and we are seeing their agenda's written in different forms across nations such as England, Australia, Italy, and France. They are exploiting those who believe in climate crisis why wrapping all this legislation into climate initiatives.
BlackRock has been heavily invested in oil and gas, until making a hard pivot to sustainability in the name of climate change. In 2020, Barron's published BlackRock's ESG Strategy Plays Politics with Public Pensions.
BlackRock was still managing nearly $6.5 trillion in stocks, bonds, and cash—an almost 15-fold increase over 15 years. The firm’s index portfolios, including its iShares exchange-traded funds, comprise 70% of its long-term holdings. The firm is the second- or third-largest owner of stock in Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and Procter & Gamble, and among the top five in nearly every large U.S. company.
Despite this successful formula, Fink announced in January that the firm was suddenly changing its strategy. “Sustainability” would become “BlackRock’s new standard for investing.” The firm defines sustainability as “understanding and incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into investment analysis and decision-making.”
In September of 2022, the Oakland Institute published an article titled, 38 Billion Dollar Question - Who is Driving the Destructive Industrial Agriculture Model? According to Frederic Mousseau, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have set their targets on monocrops being rice, corn, soybeans and wheat, but it doesn't stop there. According to EOS Data Analytics dairy cows, sheep pigs and chicken are also considered to be a monocrop as well. The United Nations and branches of the UN such as Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, scientist, NGOs and farmer organizations are behind this move as decision makers.
The large pesticide and fertilizer companies are extremely profitable, especially in crisis years like 2022. Net income of eight of the largest pesticides and fertilizer companies — Yara International; CF Industries Holdings Inc.; K+S Aktiengesellschaft; Nutrien Ltd.; The Mosaic Company; Corteva, Inc. (Dow Agroscience); BASF SE; and Bayer1 — are projected to double, from US$19 billion in 2021 to 38 billion in 2022.2 Their profits will continue to grow as long as the industrial agriculture production model on which they rely keeps expanding, resulting in more monocropping, human rights abuses, and environmental devastation.
Take a look at the following image obtained from the Oakland Institute's website showing the Top 10 shareholders of the major pesticide and fertilizer companies.
According to Oakland Institute, BlackRock and Vanguard "account for US$28 billion worth in shares, along with investment firms, banks, and pension funds from Europe, and North America the largest being FMR LLC, Capital Research & Mgmt Co. and State Street (owned by Vanguard)." These evil giants must be forced to be divested from pension funds, the fossil-fuel industry and agrochemical corporations as they are not in this for climate change. Any legislation or company profile labeled as climate change, ecological impact, or social governance must be looked at carefully as it is most likely nest and slanted to be in favor of BlackRock and Vanguard.
Couple this information with the recent news coming out of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Klaus Schwab states he is a strong advocate for the general population to be eating insects. In 2021 the WEF
Now we need to overcome the last major barriers: preconceived ideas about insects as a source of food and legislation with regard to the use and consumption of proteins derived from insects. The ban on the use of insect as a source of protein has begun to evolve in Europe. In 2017, the authorization of the use of insect proteins was expanded from feed for pet food to include feed for aquaculture animals. This year the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) reported that mealworms are safe for human consumption and a decision is expected to be made regarding the use of insects in pork and poultry feed.
According to the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) (2022), it is impossible to solve the world's new issue of methane without addressing emissions from agriculture. First, I'd like to know why we have an Environmental Defense Fund, and why is it considered a defense. There are numerous scientist who have challenged the climate change rhetoric, yet with the increased number of universities pushing the climate change objective it is now hard to know if science is actually science, or is it now propaganda? The government of the Netherlands was given the authority by the EU to move forward with the farm buyout scheme totaling up to 1.5 billion euros. It is an order to drastically cut nitrogen emissions. The Netherlands is the second largest livestock provider in the world, and the goal you ask?
To force everyone to eat fake meat and eat bugs. And, presumably all so that Larry Fink can line the pockets of his and his investors pockets.
What can you do?
Vote for non-establishment politicians - You'll want to look at their voting record to ensure that they are not and have not voted in favor of social policies, agriculture climate change, ESG funding, etc. Any vote for these numerous issues will signal that they have been purchased.
Take a look at the list of brands listed within this article. They are brands of BlackRock,Vanguard, and State Street. The article is a work in progress, but it is well on its way to being a guide. We have to do something so that our voices are heard! We have to break up this monopoly and take power away from the establishment.
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BlackRock was taken on back in December of 2022 by Bluebell Capital Partners for it's stance in environmental, social and corporate governance (E.S.G.) principles. According to a New York Times article, "Bluebell accused BlackRock of both hypocrisy and overstepping its bounds." And, further stated,
“it is not BlackRock’s role to direct the public debate on climate and energy policies or to impose ideological beliefs on the corporate world.”
Laurence "Larry" Fink wrote in his hypocritical and gaslit 2022 Letter To CEO's, The Power of Capitalism wrote,
"Most stakeholders – from shareholders, to employees, to customers, to communities, and regulators – now expect companies to play a role in decarbonizing the global economy"
Capitalism has the power to shape society and act as a powerful catalyst for change.
We need governments to provide clear pathways and a consistent taxonomy for sustainability policy, regulation, and disclosure across markets. They must also support communities affected by the transition, help catalyze capital for the emerging markets, and invest in the innovation and technology that will be essential to decarbonizing the global economy.
The whole idea that he is using capitalism to seek and promote government overreach is hypocritical within itself. This is one way the Marxist followers are seeking to demonize capitalism. Money drives decisions, and for years the elite have been using their power to determine the markets, and now social politics. They are now seeing that the consumer, when in mass has the power to punch back. We need to send a hard and fast signal to these corporate elites, and to over ever increasingly authoritarian government that enough is enough. If you're so inclined to join this call to action, consider boycotting the below businesses.
For a list of brand's that BlackRock is investing in, please see this link.