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BlackRock exposed as dangerous power broker

The O’Keefe Media Group exposed BlackRock and its mind-set: bribing politicians, making and breaking Presidents, and starting wars.

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BlackRock exposed as dangerous power broker

James O’Keefe, having founded a new investigative journalism agency after losing control of his old one, now has a fresh scoop to report, even juicer than his scoop about questionable solicitation of political donations from senior citizens. Yesterday he broke an exposé of BlackRock, confirming that they make and break Presidents and other officeholders – and start wars.

The BlackRock scandal

O’Keefe, founder of the new O’Keefe Media Group (OMG), teased the development the day before yesterday.

Then he released this eleven-and-a-half-minute video of an interview with Serge Varlay, a recruiter for BlackRock.

Mr. Varlay tells the OMG operative – a woman obviously pretending to be impressionable – that:

It’s not who the President is; it’s who controls the wallet of the President.

And those people are “the hedge funds, BlackRock, the banks. [They] run the world.”


Varlay boasts that his company “has the system in place” to “buy” candidates. A single Senator goes for $10,000 U.S., he says. He then mentions the sum of $500,000 – with which, one presumes, one could buy half the Senate.

Turning to the Russia-Ukraine War, he describes that as “good for business.” Then he describes how: by affecting the prices of trade-able commodities in known and predictable ways. “Volatility creates opportunity [for] profit,” he says.

In another segment, Varlay reveals that BlackRock currently manages $20 trillion. To put that into perspective, the current U.S. national debt is $32 trillion. Much of that money is in “significant” (meaning controlling or near-controlling) interests in several household-name joint-stock corporations.

Shortly after this video appeared, Serge Varley – who once worked at Morgan Stanley and Citadel – deleted his account at LinkedIn.

No less an authority than General Michael Flynn decried this ability of BlackRock to do what they do.


Unfortunately, the OMG tip line quickly filled up with spam email.

After that, O’Keefe set up alternative channels for tipsters.

More to come

This didn’t stop O’Keefe’s investigation of BlackRock. Hidden-camera videos by operatives pretending to be impressionable naifs is only Step One. Step Two involves contacting real officials to get their reaction:

TV host Addison Smith revealed that the Google search engine is actively suppressing tweets about the BlackRock story.

He also produced this chart listing Google’s largest institutional shareholders.


Note the number one and two names: Vanguard Group and BlackRock, in that order. Technically even the two together do not have a controlling interest. But sometimes an interest can be psychologically controlling if not legally controlling. This would appear to be the case with BlackRock as an institutional investor.

What would also seem to be the case, is the BlackRock is playing a long – and dangerous – game for profitability.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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Donald R. Laster, Jr

Which would also explain why they and their minions don’t like Donald Trump. They can not control him.


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