25 November 2013, Proof That 1 Corporate Entity Controls The World! RICHARD WAKE UP NZ,
Vinny’s NUTShell: Richard http://www.wakeupkiwi.com
It turns out that around 147 companies control all business in the world!
A vast financial conspiracy spanning decades revealed only now that super computers calculate where the world’s money is truly being controlled from.
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Some of the pdf’s paragraph headings
3.0 Why A Corporation May Not Legally Govern
4.0 Implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
Below link to pdf for your information
bank ownership nz and australia
An Analysis of the Key Majority Shareholders of the Main New Zealand
and Australian Banks
International Ownership of New Zealand Banks
26 November, World Bank Whistle Blower Reveals Jesuit Plot. KAREN HUDES, https://www.facebook.com/karen.hudes.9
The World Bank, the IMF and central banks such as the Federal Reserve literally control the creation and the flow of money worldwide the Swiss study that Hudes mentioned. It was conducted by a team of researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. They studied the relationships between 37 million companies and investors worldwide, and what they discovered is that there is a “super-entity” of just 147 very tightly knit mega-corporations that controls 40 percent of the entire global economy…
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