Vanguard is the largest investor in companies that have the greatest number of U.S. military contracts; ie: the “poster corporation” for the military industrial complex that sells war to both sides and profits double. This criminal enterprise has been sued many times and has avoided approximately $65 billion in taxes through spurious means. Beyond a monopoly, they are the modern version of the U.S.S.R. centrally planned economy – in the full control of the Deep State rogue C.I.A. shadow government. They are the major shareholder in nearly every major bank, telcom giant, mainstream media outlet, tech giant, big pharma, and military contractor.
By design, the Vanguard Group does not earn any profits, even though every other major mutual fund company does. This is an elaborate way of paying less or no taxes. In one case, Vanguard did not charge its own “member” investors $19.8 billion in investment fees in 2007 and did not pay almost $35 billion in taxes.
In June of 2017, Vanguard had to pay Brazil’s Petrobras shareholders $445 million over corruption charges. While Petrobras managed to settle with most of the shareholders out of court, a class-action suit in which plaintiffs claim tens of billions of dollars in damages remains active in New York federal court.
The Vanguard Group is not an independent company; it is owned by all the investors in Vanguard mutual funds, and one board of directors oversees both. Vanguard Group does not take a profit from the mutual funds it manages because of its unique structure. Making a profit matters because of a widely used tax dodge involving related companies, known as transfer pricing.
The goal of such maneuvers is earning “stateless income”, so-called because no government taxes the profit. This is tax evasion, plain and simple. Also, another scam at Vanguard is that nobody has any idea what anyone at Vanguard makes as salary. They can pay themselves whatever they want because it’s a “black box without any disclosures.”
On Aug. 06, 2009, IBM’s chief intellectual property counsel David J. Kappos was appointed director of the U.S. Patent Office by Barack Obama in a rare recess appointment. Notably, Kappos had to quickly sell off his up to $2.5 million in IBM stock in one month between Aug. 19 – Nov. 16, 2009. A week later Kappos hurriedly purchased up to $1.1 million in Vanguard mutual funds, on Oct. 27, 2009. Two weeks after Kappos bought Vanguard exclusively, Facebook filed a complaint with Kappos’ new Patent Office.
They asked Kappos to invalidate Leader’s patent on social networking using a bizarre “reexamination” provision that was tested at the U.S. Supreme Court and is nakedly unconstitutional since it takes back property rights already granted. The “reexamination” concept was promoted by none other than Leader Technologies former patent attorney James P. Chandler, III in the mid-1990’s under Bill Clinton.
Facebook subsequently lost these invalidation arguments three times before asking Kappos a fourth time to invoke never-used directorial power to invalidate the patent just before he departed in 2013. Vanguard is now IBM’s largest shareholder where Kappos worked for twenty-five years and the largest shareholder for all of Facebook’s initial public offering underwriter banks. Vanguard is also the largest shareholder in ALL of the chief beneficiaries of Leader Technologies’ stolen social networking invention.
Vanguard is the largest stockholder in JPMorgan, Bank of America, Blackrock, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Canada, State Street Corp, UBS, Wells Fargo–the best of the warlord bankers.
Vanguard is the largest stockholder in AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink, Frontier Communications, T-Mobile—the best of the warlord telecoms.
Vanguard is the largest stockholder in 21st Century Fox, ABC, CBS, CNN (Time Warner), Comcast (NBC), Disney, News Corp, Viacom—the best of the warlord media companies.
Vanguard is the largest stockholder in IBM, Samsung, Canon, Intel, Google, Qualcomm, GE, Microsoft, LG Corp, Taiwan Semiconductor, Sony, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Baidu ADR, Cisco, Dell/VMWare, Genentech, Juniper Networks, Netflix, Oracle, Twitter, Verisign, Visa, Wal-Mart, Xerox, Zynga—the best of the modern Internet warlords.
Vanguard is the largest stockholder in Abbott Labs, Abbvie, Amgen, Biogen, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Eli Lilly, Gilead Sciences, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Novartis, Pfizer, Roche—the best of the Big Pharma warlords (working to extinguish you).
Vanguard is the largest shareholder in BAE Systems, Boeing, General Dynamics, Humana, L3 Communications, Lockheed-Martin (second largest), Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, United Technologies—the best of the supreme warlords.
Who Are the Vanguard?
The word “vanguard” means “the foremost position in an army or fleet advancing into battle,” and/or “the leading position in a trend or movement.” Both are fitting descriptions of this global behemoth, owned by globalists pushing for a Great Reset, the core of which is the transfer of wealth and ownership from the hands of the many into the hands of the very few.
Interestingly, Vanguard is the largest shareholder of BlackRock, as of March 2021.3,4 Vanguard itself, on the other hand, has a “unique” corporate structure that makes its ownership more difficult to discern. It’s owned by its various funds, which in turn are owned by the shareholders. Aside from these shareholders, it has no outside investors and is not publicly traded.5 As reported in the featured video:6,7
“The elite who own Vanguard apparently do not like being in the spotlight but of course they cannot hide from who is willing to dig. Reports from Oxfam and Bloomberg say that 1% of the world, together owns more money than the other 99%. Even worse, Oxfam says that 82% of all earned money in 2017 went to this 1%.
In other words, these two investment companies, Vanguard and BlackRock hold a monopoly in all industries in the world and they, in turn are owned by the richest families in the world, some of whom are royalty and who have been very rich since before the Industrial Revolution.”
While it would take time to sift through all of Vanguard’s funds to identify individual shareholders, and therefore owners of Vanguard, a quick look-see suggests Rothschild Investment Corp.8 and the Edmond De Rothschild Holding are two such stakeholders.9 Keep the name Rothschild in your mind as you read on, as it will feature again later.