BlackRock employee caught on undercover footage boasting about manipulating politics and profiting from war –

An employee of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset management company, was caught on undercover footage from the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) boasting about how the company allegedly operates behind the scenes. The footage, recorded secretly in New York, exposed the employee’s claims of manipulating political systems and profiting from war.

Serge Varlay, a recruiter at BlackRock, was caught on camera explaining the company’s involvement in political activities. He said: “You can take this big f***ton of money and buy people. I work for a company called BlackRock… It’s not who is the president; it’s who is controlling the wallet of the president.” He cited hedge funds, banks and BlackRock as examples.

The recruiter claimed that senators could be bought for as cheap as $10,000, and he even offered to give the journalist $500,000 to influence politicians. His statements suggested that BlackRock seeks to ensure that politicians align with their interests, regardless of who is in power.

Moreover, Varlay revealed that BlackRock also capitalizes on wars, explicitly mentioning the Ukraine-Russia war. He described the war as “real f***ing good for business,” explaining that if Russia destroys Ukraine’s grain silos, the price of wheat will increase, leading to substantial profits for those involved in trading. Varlay highlighted the volatility and opportunities for financial gain that arise from such conflicts.

Varlay further disclosed that BlackRock manages an astounding $20 trillion worldwide, emphasizing the unimaginable scale of the company’s operations. “It’s incomprehensible numbers,” he remarked.

The BlackRock employee also said that BlackRock preferred to stay out of the media spotlight and keep a low profile. “They [BlackRock] don’t want to be in the news. They don’t want people to talk about them. They don’t want to be anywhere on the radar.” (Related: Everything you need to know about BlackRock, the company that owns the world.) 

Is there a connection between Biden crime family and BlackRock?

These allegations have come to light at a time when President Joe Biden is already facing scrutiny regarding Ukrainian bribes and undisclosed financial transactions.

In 2020, the president was allegedly paid $5 million by an executive of the Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma Holdings. The source, described as “highly credible,” provided details of a criminal bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Biden and Mykola Zlochevsky, a top Burisma executive, aimed at influencing U.S. policy decisions. 

The FD-1023 form, dated June 30, 2020, recounts the whistleblower’s interactions with Zlochevsky from 2015 onward. According to the document, Zlochevsky explained that payments were made to the Bidens due to an ongoing investigation led by Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

Zlochevsky claimed that Burisma had to “pay the Bidens” to navigate the challenges of entering the U.S. market during the investigation. The source suggested a payment of $50,000 each to the Bidens, to which the executive allegedly responded by stating that the amount was actually “$5 million.”

The document suggests that the $5 million payments were intended as a “retainer” to engage the Bidens in addressing various issues, including the investigation by Shokin. Some sources described the arrangement as a “pay-to-play” scheme. Based on conversations with Zlochevsky, the confidential source believes the $5 million payments to Joe Biden and Hunter Biden occurred.

During his tenure as vice president, Biden publicly acknowledged pressuring Ukraine to dismiss Shokin, who was investigating Burisma Holdings. After the intervention, Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid unless Shokin was fired. Supporters of Biden maintain that he acted in line with the U.S. and international community’s position against corruption, alleging that Shokin was lenient in tackling corruption cases.

In line with the revelations regarding BlackRock’s activities, the pieces of evidence from the “highly credible source” of the FBI raise further questions about the relationship between big finance and political decision-making. The implications of these claims, if true, would be significant, as they could potentially undermine the integrity of the political system and the democratic process.