BlackRock’s $13 Trillion Collapse: The Infiltration of US Government and Impending Bank Runs

In the Brief:

  • BlackRock, the world's largest financial firm, is facing a potential collapse
  • The company's controversial practices have come under scrutiny
  • BlackRock has been accused of creating market conditions to benefit themselves
  • The firm has also been caught buying up single-family homes and entire towns, causing concern about their monopoly on the market.

4 - 6 minute read

BlackRock, the largest financial firm to ever exist, controls assets more than 90 percent of every country in the world. The company has been marred in controversy as it slowly built itself up to be simply put, the most powerful company in our planet. However, everything we know about BlackRock is about to change. They have become entrenched in their own corrupt games, and the floor is beginning to fall out from underneath them. Three years ago, 90 percent of us didn’t even know what BlackRock was. Today, we all know who they are and tremble when we hear them speak. But in one year’s time, BlackRock will be simply a shadow of its former self, as the collapse of the greatest financial institution the world has ever seen has already started.

BlackRock has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately, and it’s not difficult to see why. The company has infiltrated the US government, sending its executives to work in high-profile and important roles. They’ve also been hiring ex-government employees and giving them huge paydays because of their connections. This has led to concerns about the influence BlackRock has over the US government and how they create market conditions to benefit themselves at the expense of everyone else.

Larry Fink, the founder and CEO of BlackRock, never wanted to be famous. He never wanted to have his face plastered on thumbnails of thousands of YouTube videos just like this one. He never even wanted us to know of his existence. But as BlackRock grew, he had no choice but to slowly but surely enter the limelight. Now he’s practically a household name, but not for any good reasons. Try to find a positive video about BlackRock on YouTube, and you will seriously struggle. For good reason, we’re all aware of their evil doings and corrupt ways, and that is being publicized everywhere at this point.

This first came to the surface with the huge levels of controversy surrounding BlackRock buying up single-family homes. After it emerged they were practically buying up entire towns in the US, forcing entire communities to rent and gaining a monopoly on the market in the process. This came to a head as the Wall Street Journal published a piece titled “If You Sell a House These Days, the Buyer Might Be a Pension Fund,” which focused on the worrying trend of billion-dollar financial institutions. And who did they mention by name? Well, BlackRock, of course.

The Truth Behind the Press Release

BlackRock came out and denied everything, even paid millions to advertise a press release announcing, “We want to make it perfectly clear, BlackRock is not buying individual houses in the US.” But scroll down just half a page, and you can very clearly see them quietly admit that they are investing and buying into multi-family property, apartment complexes, and other residential real estate. So they are buying people’s homes, just not their houses. And it’s not exactly a great look.

Despite all this information being public knowledge for years, there are hardly any mainstream media outlets reporting on it. You’d think it would be everywhere that the largest financial institution in the world practically owns the richest country in the world. But why is the mainstream media trying so hard to hide this information from us?

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The implications of BlackRock’s corruption and collusion with the US government are alarming for traders. BlackRock’s influence over the US government could create market conditions that benefit them at the expense of everyone else. It’s not capitalism; it’s government corruption and corporatism dragging America down. The collapse of BlackRock could have massive implications for the global economy.

Disclaimer: The content in this article is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered as financial or trading advice. We are not financial advisors, and trading carries high risk. Always consult a professional financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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