BlackRock pandemic bailout plan – August 2019

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Canadian Billionaire Gerald Schwartz's Thornbury Nursing Services was paid 4 times the "normal" rate for nurses, charging the NHS as much as £170 an hour.
Thornbury's pays maximum wages of £86 an hour to highly specialist intensive care nurses...

Thornbury Nursing Services is part of the Acacium Group that for years was part of a parent company in the money laundering, tax haven Cayman Islands, and were ultimately owned by the London and New York investment firm TowerBrook Capital Partners, whose directors include 2 Tory donors, Ramez Sousou (who donated £525,200 between 2007 and 2016) and Filippo Cardini (a mere£2,000 in 2017):
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In May 2016, the World Bank, in preparation of a coming pandemic, created the Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility (PEF).
The PEF is a scheme to fund countries facing a disease outbreak with pandemic potential through pandemic bonds, but in reality don't support the "poor" countries.

In 2017, the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB) was established by the World Bank and World Health Organization, created after recommendations by the UN Secretary General’s Global Health Crises Task Force.
In June 2017, the World Bank launched the first ever $500 million pandemic emergency financing facility.

So far these pandemic bonds have never been paid out to support poor countries, not even during the worldwide COVID lockdown of the economy (because there is no "pandemic"?). As a result the investors have made a nice profit: https://silview.media/2021/04/07/financ ... y-or-help/
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See some of those wonderful people with a Great Reset pin - Boris Johnson, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Emmanuel Macron and of course Bill Gates.
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The "pandemic" accelerated the accumulation of wealth by the billionaire class.
After the pandemic was started, central banks injected $9 trillion into economies worldwide, to blow up the economic bubble to mythical proportions. A lot of that "stimulus" has gone into monetary markets, and has benefited the ultra-rich.

The total wealth of billionaires worldwide rose from $8 trillion to $13 trillion in only 12 months - the most dramatic surge ever registered on the annual Forbes billionaire list.
On the 2021 Forbes list, the number of billionaires rose some 700 to more than 2,700. Most of the billionaires were added in China - 238 billionaires, to a total of 626. The US added 110 billionaires, to a total of 724.

In the early 2010s, the US billionaire class owned about 10% of GDP. Billionaire wealth has since surged to 15% of GDP in the US.
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It doesn't seem to matter which system of politrics or economics countries profess.
In social democratic Sweden, the number of billionaires now own a share of GDP of almost 30%.
In communist China, the wealth of all billionaires increased with $1 trillion to a share of 15% of its GDP: https://www.universalpersonality.com/th ... ovid-cash/
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Because of the Blackrock "going direct in the next crisis" plan in combination with the pandemic response, share prices in the pharmaceutical companies that produce COVID vaccines have soared, with Moderna's share price gaining more than 700% since February 2020, BioNTech's surged 600% and CanSino Biologics' stock gaining 440% over the same period.

As a result, 9 new vaccine billionaires were created.

Stéphane Bancel, Moderna’s CEO (worth $4.3 billion)
Ugur Sahin, CEO of BioNTech ($4 billion)
Timothy Springer, founding investor of Moderna ($2.2 billion)

Noubar Afeyan, Moderna’s Chairman ($1.9 billion)
Juan Lopez-Belmonte, Chairman of ROVI ($1.8 billion)
Robert Langer, founding investor in Moderna ($1.6 billion)

Zhu Tao, co-founder CanSino Biologics ($1.3 billion)
Qiu Dongxu, co-founder and senior vice president CanSino Biologics ($1.2 billion)
Mao Huihua, co-founder and senior vice president CanSino Biologics (worth $1 billion)

The following billionaires have also made a great profit from the COVID pandemic.

Jiang Rensheng & family, Chair Zhifei Biological products, wealth from $7.60 billion to $24.40 billion.
Cyrus Poonawalla, Founder Serum Institute of India, wealth from $8.20 billion to $12.70 billion.

Wu Guanjiang, Co-founder Zhifei Biological products, wealth from $1.80 billion to $5.10 billion.
Pankaj Patel, Controls Cadila Healthcare, wealth from $2.90 billion to $5.00 billion: https://www.oxfam.org/en/press-releases ... accinating
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Matt Hancock was forced to step down as UK health secretary, NOT over his blatant corruption, but after it was leaked to the press that he was having an affair with his aide (maybe more on that later) by which he broke the social distancing rules that are imposed on all of us...

UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock got "gifted" 15% of shares in shredding firm Topwood. Hancock "forgot" to disclose that his sister Emily Gilruth also owns a stake and is a director of the firm.

Topwood was awarded a £300,000 contract by NHS Wales.
A government spokesman responded that Hancock had acted "entirely properly": https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... racts.html

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Firestarter wrote: Tue Feb 23, 2021 6:31 pmIn another great example of crony capitalism, Alex Bourne was awarded £30 million in contracts, despite having no experience in medical supplies.
Alex Bourne is however the former neighbour and buddy of UK health secretary Matt Hancock.
See the 2 friends at Alex Bourne's former pub, the Cock Inn in Thurlow.
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UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock was forced to resign, not over his never-ending corrupt deals, but over having an affair with Gina Coladangelo, breaking the social distancing rules.
Gina is not a billionaire, but a mere multimillionaire...

Gina’s brother, Roberto Coladangelo, is an executive director at Partnering Health Limited (PHL Group) that in one of those prime examples of cronyism was awarded a series of contracts with the NHS since Gina became Hancock’s adviser/mistress,

Gina’s Italian father, Rino Coladangelo, made millions as CEO of pharmaceutical consultancy Rephine (no information on being awarded government contracts): https://www.standard.co.uk/insider/gina ... 42663.html
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Many foolishly believe that the eviction moratorium and repeated extensions in the USA was designed to protect tenants that couldn't pay their rent.
In reality the eviction moratorium was aimed at relatively small (middle class) landlords. Now that these come into serious financial troubles by not getting rent paid, the big investment funds are getting ready to scoop up some cheap real estate.

So to keep the tenants and small landlords on their toes, they announced that they would let the eviction moratorium expire on 31 July.
So an eviction wave was expected to hit tenants behind in rent starting in August: https://www.activistpost.com/2021/08/au ... story.html


Those "poor" landlords will still not be getting paid their rent, because why would tenants pay if they can't be evicted?

But then a couple of days later. The CDC decided (is that democratic?) to extend the eviction moratorium, as homeless people could spread the amazing COVID-19 disease: https://www.aarp.org/politics-society/g ... virus.html


So the big investment funds, including BlackRock, have been buying up real estate, paid for with the pandemic bailout trillions, with the result that while the small landlords get bankrupted, housing prices can continue to inflate and the average Joe can't afford to buy a house.
According to real estate consultant John Burns, in many of the USA's "hottest markets" roughly 20% of homes sold are bought by "someone" who never moves in: https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/wea ... ing-entire
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The World Economic Forum was founded in 1971 as the European Management Forum.
At the inaugural European Management Symposium in 1971 Otto von Habsburg delivered the keynote speech at the opening session.
Otto von Habsburg is the Knight of Malta that founded the Pan-Europa Union that was a huge influence on the policies of Nazi Germany and the predecessor of the European Union. Von Habsburg also founded the Mont Pelerin Society decades later.

See Otto von Habsburg (left) at the European Management Symposium, 1971.
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In 1973, the third European Management Symposium in Davos meeting was held under the honourary sponsorship of Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, co-founder of the Bilderberg Group, the World Wildlife Fund and 1001 Club.

From left, former secretary of state Henry A. Kissinger; Klaus Schwab, founder of the European Management Symposium (later renamed the World Economic Forum); and Edward Heath (paedophile British PM and Knight of the Garter), in Davos in 1980.
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See Queen of the Netherlands Maxima (blue sweater), PM Mark Rutte (on the far left) and Minister Sigrid Kaag (blond hair, with the colourful shirt) preparing the pandemic at WEF headquarters in Davos, January 2019.
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In September 2019,Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte was honoured with the Atlantic Council Global Citizen Awards.
See Rutte with chairman of the WEF Klaus Schwab
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Bill Gates was a regular at the annual WEF conference in Davos: https://www.corbettreport.com/wef/
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In Brazil, the Bolsonaro government has been accused of corruption related to the COVID vaccines.
Roberto Dias, the health ministry's logistics director, asked for a bribe from Davati Medical Supply. In February, Dias asked Luiz Paulo Dominguetti of Davati for a dollar for each of the 400 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine that Brazil ordered.

President Jair Bolsonaro has also been accused of trying to to embezzle millions of dollars for 20 million doses of the Indian-made Covaxin vaccine (for 1.6 billion reais, $316 million), with with a Brazilian intermediary of the Indian vaccine, Bharat Biotech.
This deal was allegedly masterminded by a key Bolsonaro ally. According to a health ministry official his superiors had exerted "atypical, excessive" pressure on him to approve payment for the over-billed deal: https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/govern ... -in-brazil
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You could never expect how our wonderful media are now spinning the story, misrepresenting massive protests all across Brazil against Bolsonaro.
Our wonderful media are now telling that these are because Brazilians want the lockdown to be even more brutal and demand the "right" to have "greater access" to the depopulation COVID vaccines. Brazilian prosecutors investigate whether Bolsonaro committed the crime of “prevarication”, because the lockdown wasn't harsh enough and he didn't get enough vaccines.

Bolsonaro and his cronies deny wrongdoing.
If in 2022 the "Brazilian Trump" is replaced by the elderly Lula, could Lula be seen as the "Brazilian Biden": https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/7/3 ... er-vaccine
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