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Croatian MEP: The Huge Inflation We’re Facing is Due to the Insatiable Greed of Blackrock and Vanguard

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Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street are funds that own all key companies in all areas of life – finance, health, media, military industry and wars.

They own assets that are several times larger than the national budgets of countries such as USA, China, Brazil, and India.

They are the ones who run the world and appoint presidents and prime ministers. They are the ones who decide our real lives and the world order.


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“These funds have stakes in all major pharmaceutical, media, arms, transportation companies and banks, which means that they not only own all the major world companies but truly own the world economy,” Mislav Kolakušić MEP said last week in a recorded message to the world.

Mislav Kolakušić is a Croatian lawyer and politician and Member of the European Parliament (“MEP”). 

“The ability to negotiate and control the decisions of states and politicians in every sector makes them more powerful than any president or prime minister in the world be it in the US, France, Germany, Japan, China or India,” he said.

“The fact that we are facing huge inflation, which will hit ordinary citizens the most, is not a regular economic phenomenon but the result of insatiable desire and greed of the owners of these funds that dictate prices from Washington through Paris to Zagreb, managing so-called economic trends.”

Watch Kolakušić’s full message in the video below.

Mislav Kolakušić: BlackRock and Vanguard – corporations that govern the Western world, 2 June 2022 (9 mins)

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I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

> “The fact that we are facing huge inflation, which will hit ordinary citizens the most, is not a regular economic phenomenon but the result of insatiable desire and greed of the owners of these funds”

Yeah, but you see, it’s the pot calling the kettle black isn’t it? There he sits, with his $50m a year paycheck, telling you all about the poor little “ordinary citizens”, whilst he’s a willing paid employee of said “funds” (money laundering organisations). If he really wanted to help the “citizens” it’s simple — take all the companies away from them and make them the property of the people, reduce all the wages of the “CEOs” etc to the same as the “ordinary citizens”, and run them as true non profit organisations (not non profit because we pay all the profit to the “trustees”), thereby making them of the people and for the people. This guy is a liar, just like all politicians, and should be killed, just like all politicians.

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

Censorship strike again. What is it this time? Let’s see…

> “The fact that we are facing huge inflation, which will hit ordinary citizens the most, is not a regular economic phenomenon but the result of insatiable desire and greed of the owners of these funds”

Yeah, but you see, it’s the pot calling the kettle black isn’t it? There he sits, with his $50m a year paycheck, telling you all about the poor little “ordinary citizens”, whilst he’s a willing paid employee of said “funds” (money laundering organisations). If he really wanted to help the “citizens” it’s simple — take all the companies away from them and make them the property of the people, reduce all the wages of the “CEOs” etc to the same as the “ordinary citizens”, and run them as true non profit organisations (not non profit because we pay all the profit to the “trustees”), thereby making them of the people and for the people. This guy is a liar, just like all politicians, and should be k_lled, just like all politicians.

David
David
Reply to  I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

He doesn’t have a $50m a year paycheck. Are you making up stories to suit your own agenda?

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

Not “killed” then. What else…

> “The fact that we are facing huge inflation, which will hit ordinary citizens the most, is not a regular economic phenomenon but the result of insatiable desire and greed of the owners of these funds”

Yeah, but you see, it’s the pot calling the kettle black isn’t it? There he sits, with his $50m a year paycheck, telling you all about the poor little “ordinary citizens”, whilst he’s a willing paid employee of said “funds” (money laundering organisations). If he really wanted to help the “citizens” it’s simple — take all the companies away from them and make them the property of the people, reduce all the wages of the “CEOs” etc to the same as the “ordinary citizens”, and run them as true non profit organisations (not non profit because we pay all the profit to the “trustees”), thereby making them of the people and for the people. This guy is a l_ar, just like all politicians, and should be k_lled, just like all politicians.

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

Not “liar” either. I fail to see… oh, I know, how about this:

I love this site and all it’s articles are great.

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
Reply to  I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

LOL. Apparently the only comment that is now allowed on this site is the above — everything else is censored.

#10
#10
Reply to  I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

How about this? The wonders of freedom of speech…

I think you may be right. I tried to reply with this but it was nuked (or should I say rhoda’d):

I told you not to mention the coughchilds. Or did you point out he’s an indian? Stick to 5G and nanomachines. They’re always safe.

#10
#10
Reply to  #10
19 days ago

It may be that the indian is blocking certain countries — perhaps he only allows pro india countries?

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
Reply to  #10
19 days ago

> “The fact that we are facing huge inflation, which will hit ordinary citizens the most, is not a regular economic phenomenon but the result of insatiable desire and greed of the owners of these funds”
Yeah, but you see, it’s the pot calling the kettle black isn’t it? There he sits, with his $50m a year paycheck, telling you all about the poor little “ordinary citizens”, whilst he’s a willing paid employee of said “funds” (money laundering organisations). If he really wanted to help the “citizens” it’s simple — take all the companies away from them and make them the property of the people, reduce all the wages of the “CEOs” etc to the same as the “ordinary citizens”, and run them as true non profit organisations (not non profit because we pay all the profit to the “trustees”), thereby making them of the people and for the people. This guy is a liar, just like all politicians, and should be killed, just like all politicians.

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
Reply to  #10
19 days ago

Nope, he just doesn’t like truth.

What’s the weather like out there in india rhoda?

I'm your friend, honest
I'm your friend, honest
Reply to  I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

Oh, that went through. Perhaps he’s running a random number generator? I almost care…

David
David
Reply to  I'm your friend, honest
19 days ago

The amount of spam links that appears under each article means they have no choice but to filter messages now. I agree, they shouldn’t just post ‘positive’ posts toward the Expose though

Rabbi Seamus
Rabbi Seamus
19 days ago

A lawyer is a useless trade. They parasite human misery for a living.

Inflation is caused by FIAT currency printing. All politicians love it because it taxes the middle class inperceivable.

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18 days ago

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Paul Watson
Paul Watson
18 days ago

They have taken hundreds of billions in loans from the Federal reserve at zero interest to buy up all the assets.
When the financial system collapses they will own all the tangible assets whilst others the worthless paper money loaned from the Fed.

GoFundMeADrone
GoFundMeADrone
18 days ago

I’m inclined to think that outspoken MEPs like Mislav Kolakušić, Christine Anderson, and their ilk are being trotted out to promote buy-in to world government with them in charge (as shims). Should that be the case, even if they’re authentic, they would undoubtedly be swiftly replaced once the trap is sprung.

Howell Woltz
Howell Woltz
17 days ago

This gentleman is very courageous and 100% correct. According to Oxfam, this small coterie of firms and their owners control 92% of the world’s wealth. When Klaus Schwab was asked about that, he said that by 2028, they intended to own it all.

Ergo, “you will have nothing (they will have it all) but you will be happy.”

Joe Van Steenbergen
Joe Van Steenbergen
15 days ago

We let them get too big; now we’re paying the price.