BlackRock pandemic bailout plan – August 2019

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Queen Elizabeth's Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is part of the team that promotes sanctions against Russia and importing Ukrainian refugees to the west of Europe.
Sunak's wife Akshata Murthy is one of the wealthiest women in Britain, and owns a 0.9% stake in the IT and consultancy business Infosys, worth hundreds of millions.

While many companies have left, Infosys continues to do business in Russia through its Moscow office: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... -firm.html
Sky News UK asking a rare important question, which Rishi Sunak doesn't want to address

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Rob Kapito, President of the biggest investment fund in the world BlackRock, told oil and gas executives that “entitled” Americans should "prepare" for coming shortages of food and other goods.
Of course he was talking about investment opportunities that will arrive because of the coming (already happening) “scarcity inflation”...

While these “entitled” Americans can profit from this scenario, the lower and middle class will simply have to look for a second job to make ends meet. Bloomberg estimated that the average US household will spend an extra $5,200 in 2022 on consumer goods (that's $100 per week!).
BlackRock has of course also been inflating housing prices, which is making home ownership unaffordable for the overwhelming majority of people.

And while the poor are getting poorer, because of the same plandemic, BlacRock's managed assets first soared to $8.7 trillion by January 2021, and already passed $10 trillion in January 2022: https://archive.ph/GyWxW
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WEF advisor Yuval Noah Harari (educated at Oxford, where else?) describes the utopian future after the Great Reset. Because of internet and smartphones both monitoring and controlling the population, there is no chance of any large-scale revolution. Simply keep the herd under control through drugs and computer games!

In which human brains are directly hacked/merged with computers; computers (AI) making people obsolete, meaningless, useless, worthless. He also tells that these worthless people must die, but doesn't quite explain how this will be achieved (vaccines, health care, making everybody LGBT?)...
The Useless Class The most important question in twenty-first-century economics may well be what to do with all the superfluous people. What will conscious humans do once we have highly intelligent non-conscious algorithms that can do almost everything better?
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I would not wash him at all at my place, it might kill the cane toads. (cane toads are a pest here)
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