The Enemy that BlackRock Has Been: Using “experts” to destroy our country and to leave the infrastructure behind intact

The good news is that Florida is moving over 2 billion dollars of investments away from the money management firm BlackRock. And that other states, like North Carolina, are starting to understand the picture. BlackRock is an enemy of American sovereignty, and it must be defunded. They are hostile to American concepts and have committed treason and sedition against the idea of a nation-state regulated by the Constitution. There is nothing good about BlackRock as Larry Fink has run it. So moving money away from them and into alternatives such as Vivek Ramaswamy’s new Strive money management is the best thing anybody could do to fight back against a hostile insurgent. And BlackRock is feeling the pain, as much as the finance industry wants to laugh at the political effort to designate BlackRock as an enemy of America. BlackRock has been spending a lot of money lately on commercials, especially on Fox News, to repair its image after a rough year where large portions of the public have finally figured out what they’ve been up to. But all the public relations in the world can’t fix what they have done by using ESG scores to perform political tasks that no elected government body could ever legally do. It’s one of the most extensive hostile actions ever attempted against the human race, and Larry Fink knew what he was doing from the outset. Working directly for the interests of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum, for nothing less than a complete takeover of the world’s currency systems, then to crush the American dollar and resurrect a global currency under China, for which BlackRock is the first financial firm allowed to operate in that country for this exact purpose, we are dealing with maniacal forces here that have purposely intended harm to our country. It’s more than time to fight back.

While watching a school board member in my local community try to justify why they had wasted so much money on legal fees, I thought about this BlackRock case. He said that he was not an expert in the field of law, so when needed, he sought “expert” advice and that he thought everyone should. Well, experts cost money, a lot of money. And anytime we allow experts to isolate the big picture into the scope of a particular set of concerns, we open ourselves to mass corruption. A broader theft of a grand idea will be completely invisible to the untrained eye. That is why legal bills are so high in public schools because they rely on experts too much, and the experts know it, and most of them take advantage of the weakness. The best thing to do is to be well-read on just about every topic so that you know something about everything and can develop a nice bull crap meter to know when one of these experts is trying to pull the wool over your eyes with a criminal scam. The legal profession is full of these types of people. So is finance. People who work in finance assume that the people they are dealing with a glaze over at the sight of numbers leaving the door wide open for fraud. The medical industry is another field where experts routinely abuse their power.

People too often surrender their opinions to “experts” essentially because they are too lazy to learn for themselves what’s really going on with their bodies, their money, or their society of law and order. Turning anything over to the “experts” is a surefire way to lead to a disastrous society.   And companies like BlackRock have purposely exploited this human trait into knowingly sabotaging the American way of life for its purposeful destruction. Larry Fink never wanted to be rich; he wanted to be a political activist from southern California. He’s a hippie who happened to get rich, and the Federal Reserve did him a big favor after the housing collapse of 2008. He was the only one dumb enough to carry the bad loans, and the Fed made him a deal nobody else would have taken. And in that way, the government used American monetary policy as a weapon to do what no amount of troops, tanks, or weapons could ever hope to do, and that was to destroy America from within.

You can see BlackRock’s destructive force most on large corporate boards where they have attempted to use their vast financial power to buy up company leadership to guide them into a progressive direction controlled by the World Economic Forum, which Larry Fink sits on the board there to do precisely what he has been doing. You can see the damage in companies like the Disney Company, which have fully adopted ESG scores as their measure of value, replacing it with dollar-type movement where financial rewards only were the measure of success. With ESG, it’s all about environmental concerns and social governance, such as they do in China, and large companies have followed Larry Fink and the gang to their own doom. Disney is making movies with ESG scores in mind, where the people who buy the tickets still measure things in dollars and cents. Disney has had a tough year, and they are hoping that the new Avatar film will bail them out because the world is still traditionally judging value. And that is where the real war is in all this financial business. It’s a world run by scandalous experts for the purpose of national destruction of the money supply, then to force the world to adopt these ESG values as a replacement for the classic Cloward and Piven strategy of mass destruction while leaving the infrastructure of the country intact. The people, the homes, and the businesses are left intact in such a war. It’s not like Berlin after World War II. Everything is still there; only the values of what they represent to society have changed. It’s a new kind of war that many didn’t see coming, yet it’s in front of all our faces now.

Most of the money management firms have been pulled into this game. Strive by Vivek Ramaswamy, operating out of Columbus, Ohio, is one of the few who can be trusted with investments in the traditional way. This has forced one of the big ones, Vanguard, to see the writing on the wall, and they are moving away from ESG values in investments. It’s still early, and many are reporting that BlackRock doesn’t need Florida’s 2 billion dollars; they currently manage over 8 trillion in assets, giving them massive amounts of power over American companies, such as the Disney Company. That is why there are so many movies about gay rights, environmental concerns, and other liberal political platforms. The Fed committed a lot of crimes by recklessly printing money and distributing that money to Larry Fink on Wall Street to essentially money launder by propping up the money management firms so they could then have the financial power to buy up majorities of stock options in publicly traded companies and replace their board of directors as majority owners into ESG machines, which is destroying them all from the inside out. Destroy the culture, and preserve the infrastructure. But because people are catching on and pushing back, some of the prominent money managers are leaving ESG behind. And currently, there is no better than Strive. Vivek knows the Wall Street game, has written a few books on precisely this problem and knows what he’s doing. And that pressure is already forcing firms like Vanguard to reexamine their ESG policies. Yet, there needs to be more than that. Companies like BlackRock need to be defunded entirely and destroyed for the hostile insurgents that they have been toward American interests. And nothing less. They knowingly attacked our country using our own money to do it, and a punishment for that action is mandated and coming soon to an investment firm near you. 

Rich Hoffman

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