Episode 449 – How BlackRock Conquered the World – The Corbett Report

https://www.corbettreport.com/blackrock/

What is BlackRock? Where did this financial behemoth come from? How did it gain such incredible power over the world’s wealth? And how is it seeking to leverage that power in shaping the course of human civilization? Find out in this in-depth Corbett Report documentary on How BlackRock Conquered the World.

Republic vs. Democracy: What Is the Difference?

Why you never hear the US being referred to as a republic (Canada never was).

In a republic, an official set of fundamental laws, like the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, prohibits the government from limiting or taking away certain “inalienable” rights of the people, even if that government was freely chosen by a majority of the people. In a pure democracy, the voting majority has almost limitless power over the minority.

https://www.thoughtco.com/republic-vs-democracy-4169936

How & Why Big Oil Conquered The World : The Corbett Report

Oil. The 19th century was transformed by it. The 20th century was shaped by it. And the 21st century is moving beyond it. But who gave birth to the oil industry? What have they done with the immense wealth and power that it has granted them? And what are they planning to do with that power in a post-carbon world? This is the remarkable true story of the oiligarchs and the world they have created.

https://www.corbettreport.com/bigoil/

Unseen Libya with James and Joanne Moriarty

Is this the truth behind the Libyan coup? Even if Qadaffi wasn’t killed as we are shown, there’s no doubt that the Khazarian Sabbatean Franks that run the world couldn’t have Q share the wealth with the nation and threaten any aspect of the world banking system.

This was brought to my attention as we are told that Jimmy had died – his wife said he was “Breitbarted.”

Life and debt

How the IMF destroys countries.

Roger Ebert’s Review

Most Americans have been bewildered by the anti-globalization protesters at recent meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Isn’t free trade a good thing? Isn’t a global economy great for everyone? What could the protesters possibly be objecting to? ”Life and Debt,” a documentary by Stephanie Black, with a commentary written by Jamaica Kincaid, looks at the effect of the International Monetary Fund on the economy of Jamaica. The result, she argues, has been the destruction of Jamaican industry and agriculture, the end of Jamaica as a self-sufficient economic entity, and its conversion into a market for North American goods and a source of underpaid labor.