“War is real f**king good for business.”
“These guys are f**king cheap. You got 10 grand? You can buy a senator.”
Those were just a couple of the statements by a recruiter for the trillion-dollar — yes, that’s trillion with a “t” — investment company BlackRock. You’ve probably heard of the organization before, but in recent years the current has been pulled back on the seemingly nefarious, anti-American firm.
The recruiter making the comments is a man named Serge Varlay. The reporter comes from a familiar source and that’s an undercover reporter providing footage for former Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe’s new venture, the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG News).
While most of us who use logic, common sense and reason to make our best educated deductions, and a lot of us have had suspicions of bribery among members of the U.S. Congress and higher, the comments made by Varlay will be sure to raise more than a few eyebrows, especially on Capitol Hill.
“Like, you’re kind of like a f**king gatekeeper at BlackRock,” the undercover reporter said to Varlay.
“Yeah, I am,” Varlay responded. “I decide people’s fates. Every f**king day, I literally decided how somebody’s life is going to be shaped.”
Forget ego. How dark of a statement is the one Varlay just made? He’s unelected and deciding the fates of everyday people. Americans say they don’t want anyone making choices for them, yet egomaniacs like Varlay are doing just that every single day.
“The whole thing of, like, domination from a concept is just…It’s so f**king interesting,” he continued.
From there, Varlay speaks about how easy it is to “buy” a politician, while also conveying who really holds power.
Let me tell you, it’s not through who the president is. It’s who’s controlling the wallet of the president. The hedge funds, BlackRock, the banks — these guys run the world.
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Obviously, we have this system in place. First, there’s the senators. These guys are f**king cheap. You got 10 grand? You can buy a senator.
Varlay also went into how the Russia-Ukraine war is good for business, going so far as to say it helps the investors — like BlackRock — manipulate markets and affect the prices of…well, everything.
And Varlay said BlackRock loves doing this, as long as they stay out of the news. Out of sight, out of mind.
The question now becomes, ‘Who do you trust outside of your family?’ If you say anyone, you’re probably fooling yourself.