Checking in with his masters.
ALBO AT APEC
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has had a busy week of meetings at the 2023 APEC Summit, including with BlackRock investment bank CEO, Larry Fink.
These meetings came before the formal summit kicked off, and were the most notable given the massive corporate control that companies like BlackRock have over the entire world.
Albanese would post about the meeting on his Twitter page, highlighting BlackRock’s “significant investments in Australia”, before later giving a speech about ‘climate change’ and trade.
BlackRock’s investment in the soon-to-be-constructed NSW Waratah Super Battery, which will be the largest grid-scale battery project in the southern hemisphere, is a sign of things to come.
We reported the inking of this deal when it was first made back in June of this year:
“Thanks to the certainty we gave business by legislating getting to net zero emissions, Australia becoming a renewable energy super power means more investments like these,” said Albanese at APEC.
Fun times ahead as the BlackRock behemoth pushes Australia towards a scene out of Bladerunner.
Albanese also met later in the day with U.S. President Joe Biden, California Governor Gavin Newsom, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and the new Thai Prime Minister.
But, as we all know, the political puppet show is nothing but smoke and mirrors, as they all read out their pre-prepared scripts and talk about the same issues they will never fix.
Albanese has faced widespread backlash for his trip to APEC, held in San Francisco this year, as it is his fourth overseas trip in one month. He has been doing this since being elected last year.
But while all eyes remain on travel and the ‘leaders’, the real backlash should be coming from this very meeting with Larry Fink, given just how entangled BlackRock has become in the world economy.
It’s the company that runs the world that barely anybody in the public sphere know about.
BlackRock was formed by founder and CEO Larry Fink in 1988 in New York City as a ‘risk management and fixed income institutional asset manager’.
In less than 30 years, this financial firm has grown to become the world’s largest and “most trusted” manager of other people’s money.
The assets left in their care are worth a staggering $6.3 trillion US dollars – a figure with 12 zeroes.
There is currently around $40 trillion in circulation around the world — which means BlackRock manages almost a quarter of the world’s money.
While BlackRock and Vanguard shape the media landscape of the world, BlackRock’s secret weapon, an advanced trading algorithm called Aladdin, has been shaping global markets for decades.
They are now enforcing cultural marxist normalities through their next distorted scheme, ESG manipulation, which ‘scores’ companies on the messages they promote.
BlackRock maintains significant stakes in weapons companies, including military contracts to also provide “social services” to migrant children held at U.S. detention camps.
At least three executives from BlackRock operate notable positions in President Joe Biden’s cabinet.
Biden appointed BlackRock executive Brian Deese as Head of the National Economic Council, and Adewale Adeyemo, former chief of staff to BlackRock’s chief executive, is the top official at the Treasury.
While the puppet Biden fronts for the cameras, his BlackRock handlers are not too far behind.
Following this meeting, it should be of no doubt that Australia has also succumbed to the corporate behemoth’s control, with our government set to ‘open the door’ to them even further.
The entangled web of globalism has trapped us all like flies in the monopoly system.
Keep an eye on BlackRock’s moves down under as we head towards 2030.
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