The supreme irony is that Leftist progressives imagine themselves to be opponents of corporate oligarchies — and yet they’ve been duped into supporting them through propaganda. Support for Big Pharma and Wall Street is not exactly socialist rebellion — though it does contribute to what’s called corporate Communism.
- A handful of mega corporations — private investment companies — dominate every aspect of our lives; everything we eat, drink, wear or use in one way or another. These investment firms are so enormous, they control the money flow worldwide
- While there appear to be hundreds of competing brands on the market, like Russian nesting dolls, larger parent companies own multiple smaller brands. In reality, all packaged food brands, for example, are owned by a dozen or so larger parent companies
- These parent companies, in turn, are owned by shareholders, and the largest shareholders are the same in all of them: Vanguard and Blackrock
- No matter what industry you look at, the top shareholders, and therefore decision makers, are the same: Vanguard, Blackrock, State Street and/or Berkshire Hathaway. In virtually every major company, you find these names among the top 10 institutional investors
- These major investment firms are in turn…
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