Who Controls America?. Let’s follow the money and find out… | by Jared A. Brock | April 2022

Blackrock Billionaire CEO Larry Fink ‘The Most Powerful Man Alive’

The Rothschilds control America.

No wait, isn’t it the Rockefellers?

Or was it the Waltons?

Jeff Bezos must have a seat at the big boy table.

Certainly the Bushes and/or the Clintons are out there somewhere.

Is Elon Musk President or Treasurer of the Illuminati?

What is the role of Peter Thiel?

Who really controls America?

The real answer, it turns out, is pretty simple to figure out.

If we have any chance of stopping them and creating a better world for the next generation, understanding who, exactly, are the elite criminals who covertly control the nation, and by extension, much of the world. .

So let’s chase the money and find out.

But before we do that, let’s rule out who is not in charge of the USA:

People need to stop blaming the big bad government for all their problems.

Sure, politicians are literally mentally ill sociopaths, but government is just a pawn for the real powers that be.

Who do you think pays for their campaigns?

Who do you think chooses the voters who choose the president?

Who do you think pays the lobbyists who get all the laws passed?

The average American still sadly thinks of America as a democracy, despite the chilling fact that it and no other nation in history has ever been a democracy. The Founding Fathers were terrified of aristocracy and democracy, so they set up a Roman-style republic where white men could enrich themselves through extractive industry.

As the much maligned Chris Hedges once said:

“In America, you can’t vote against the interests of Goldman Sachs.”

Or, as the iconoclast Gore Vidal wrote:

“Our only political party has two right wings, one called republican, the other democrat. But Henry Adams understood all this in the 1890s. “We have a single system”, he wrote, and “in this system the only question is the price at which the proletariat is to be bought and sold”.

The government does not control America.

Neither does religion.

It’s embarassing.

And so 1991.

People still have this crazy notion that Christians run America.

It’s just a lazy thought.

These people confuse Christianity with Christianity.

Cultural Christianity has nothing to do with the true Christian faith – the belief that Jesus of Nazareth is the incarnation of God himself, sent for the sole purpose of sacrificing himself for the salvation of mankind. When was the last time you saw a frothy right-winger do something loving, graceful, or self-sacrificing? True Christians fight for the rights of others, but they do not to fight for one’s own rights.

Every true Christian knows, as Tolstoy pointed out, that the state is based on violence, and therefore no true follower of Christ could ever wield power over the masses.

Moreover, Jesus himself did extremely clear in John 18:36 that he was not trying to set up a coercive earthly political party, but was solely focused on changing hearts and minds through the power of love.

Sure, people take his name in vain all the time, but only bad faith critics would believe fundamentalists are anything but a spiritual false flag.


If government doesn’t control America and religion doesn’t control America, then who does?

The answer, of course, is: The one who controls American corporations.

It is the corporations and billionaires who invest billions to buy elections so they can control the state for personal gain.

We just have to follow the money.

If we can see who the biggest shareholders are, we can determine (roughly) who has the most power in American society.

Let’s no longer beat around the bush.

We live in the age of asset management capitalism.

Private corporations take investors’ money, inflate it with huge amounts of bank leverage, then weaponize it to monopolize corporations and extract wealth from active contributors.

And they are very good at it.

Largest asset manager Blackrock now controls $10 trillion dollars.


(That’s enough to buy a home for the 40 million poorest American families.)

When you add the next two largest players, Vanguard Group and State Street, the big three control over $22.3 trillion, the equivalent of all of America’s GDP. They literally own 90% of the 500 largest companies in the United States.

Who are three of the four major shareholders of Apple, the world’s largest company by market capitalization?

Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street.

What about Amazon?

Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street.

And Google?

Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street.

Bank of America? JPMorgan Chase? Citigroup? Wells Fargo? Goldman Sachs? Morgan Stanley?

All belong to the same three companies.

Go ahead.
Choose any company at random.
Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street still top the list.

They own Big Pharma.
They own Big Oil.
They own the media.
They own every public company you’ve come across in your entire life.

(That’s right: Coke and Pepsi aren’t actually competitors – it’s just another false dichotomy to make the unthinking public think they have free choice.)

Blackrock alone has a stake in more than 5,774 companies and has at least three executives working in the current president’s cabinet while using a network of thousands of supercomputers (called Aladdin) to strategically engulf the nation (including family homes residential.) It’s quite literally a labor bondage system.

The answer is clear:

Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street rule America.

This is where things get really tricky.

Blackrock’s major shareholders are…wait…Vanguard, State Street, and Blackrock.

State Street’s major shareholders are…wait…Vanguard, Blackrock, and State Street.

What is happening here?

(Don’t worry, it gets weirder.)

Vanguard’s major shareholders are…wait…

We do not know.

Because Vanguard is a private company owned by its own funds.

These funds own part of 4,635 companies.

But who owns these funds?

We do not know.

Because Vanguard won’t give us names.

Surely it must be the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Windsors or the Sauds, right?


The avant-garde is boring.

It is the largest issuer of mutual funds in the world.

And the second largest issuer of exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

It houses IRAs and 401(k) plans.

The founder of Vanguard literally invented the index fund.


According to their own website:

Vanguard is made up of over 30 million investors, all with unique stories and individual goals.

In other words:

Vanguard is not part of some sleazy conspiracy theory to rule the nation.

America belongs to you.

Billionaires and their corporations are taking over the planet, but those same corporations are partly owned by the three monopoly investment corporations that are owned by the masses.

What I’m saying is that we the people still have a (thin) chance in this fight.

Divest and reallocate.

That’s it.

It’s the tweet.

Divest and reallocate.

If you hate the direction the world is heading, you need to spend and invest differently and get everyone you know to do the same.

Fire your broker.
Fire your financial planner.
Fire your wealth advisor.
Cash in on your retirement plans
Burn your mutual funds.
Sell ​​every ounce of anti-human waste in your wallet.
Stop taking interest.
Sell ​​your Airbnb.
Stop owning land.
Stop taking advantage of the contributor class.

Then reallocate 100% of your capital to your family, friends and local community.

Even be prepared to take a huge personal loss if that’s what it takes to benefit your global family in the long term.

If you want a world without monopolies, without wage slavery, without working class theft, and a world where future generations have a chance at freedom and democracy, you must divest and reallocate today.

It’s the only way.

Jared A.Brock is an award-winning biographer, PBS documentarian, and cellless founder of the popular futuristic blog survive tomorrow, where he offers thoughtful people contrarian perspectives on corporate anti-culture. His writing has appeared in Esquire, The Guardian, Smithsonian, and TIME Magazine, and he has traveled to over forty countries, including North Korea.. Join over 20,000 people who follow him on Medium, Twitterand Sub-stack.

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