Translated by: Ermat

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Mr. Guo Wengui said in the big live broadcast on May 15, 2022 that the swamps control the data centers all over the world (outline): “Where is the data in the world? Google, Amazon AWS, you must see these, Just these few data centers, there are only three in the world, scary or not? What are Russia and the CCP fighting! How are you fighting this swamp?”

According to the latest data from Synergy Research Group, the three largest data centers are Amazon, Microsoft and Google, which together account for more than 50% of the world’s data centers. An analysis of the ownership structure of the above three data centers reveals two behemoths—The Vanguard Group and BlackRock Fund Advisors.

1) Amazon

According to information on the CNN business website (the same below), Vanguard Group, which has the largest shareholding, owns about 33 million shares, accounting for about 6.33% of all Amazon’s outstanding shares. BlackRock, the second largest shareholder, owns about 18 million shares, or about 3.62% of all outstanding Amazon shares. And Vanguard’s exchange-traded open-end index fund called VCR has invested heavily in Amazon stock, accounting for 21.3% of the fund’s portfolio.

The fourth institution with a stake in Amazon is a fund management company called T. Rowe Price Associates, with a 3.17% stake. The names of Pioneer Group and BlackRock also appear behind this little-known fund management company: the first major shareholder, Pioneer Group, has 8.45% and the second major shareholder, BlackRock, has 5.97%. Due to time and space constraints, we did not do a detailed survey of the shareholding structure of each institution, but it can be inferred from this example that Pioneer Group and BlackRock hold a large number of Amazon shares, both directly and indirectly, and that this situation is also present in the shares of Microsoft and Google Inc.

In addition, at least four of the top ten mutual funds holding Amazon are from the Pioneer Group.

2) Microsoft

Similar to Amazon, Pioneer Group and BlackRock are the largest institutional investors in Microsoft, with Pioneer Group owning about 600 million shares, or about 7.89% of Microsoft’s outstanding shares. BlackRock owns about 335 million shares, or about 4.48% of Amazon’s outstanding shares; and the fourth largest shareholder is still the fund management company called T. Rowe Price Associates, with 2.72%.

The four Pioneer Group mutual funds that hold Amazon shares also appear among the top ten mutual fund holders of Microsoft shares, even with similar shareholding rankings.

3) Google

The largest institutional investors in Google are currently the same Pioneer Group and BlackRock Inc. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has two ticker symbols, GOOGL and GOOG, denoting different share classes and voting rights. In GOOGL, for example, Pioneer Group holds a total of over approximately 23 million shares, or 7.35% of the stock, while BlackRock holds approximately 13 million shares, or 4.38%.

The aforementioned T. Rowe Price Associates Fund Management also appears in the list of the top 10 institutional holders, ranking fifth with about 7 million shares or 2.32%. Five other mutual funds of Pioneer Group appear in the top ten holders.

By checking the holding information of the three largest data center companies above, it is clear that Pioneer Group and BlackRock have basically adopted a similar holding structure and also validates Mr. Wengui Guo’s revelations. In fact, Pioneer Group and BlackRock have turned into a joint secret monopoly oligarchy over the past few decades, with companies under their control covering almost every significant industry. 

The two behemoths have ownership of 1,600 U.S. companies that collectively generated a staggering $9.1 trillion in revenue in 2015. We live in a world where the wealth of these two companies already exceeds the current GDP of the United States. When you add State Street Bank, the world’s third-largest giant, their combined ownership spans nearly 90 percent of all S&P 500 companies.

Most importantly, Pioneer and BlackRock control not only the world’s data centers but also the world’s ‘mainstream media’ industry, as we will reveal in the next article. (To be continued)

When Mr. Guo Wengui first spoke about The Vanguard Group live on August 24, 2021, he said, “Find out when the largest graphene stores were stored? Who controls most of the companies in Brazil? The vast majority is the Vanguard Group. Who is the Vanguard Group, do you know? The Pioneer Group is the investor shareholder in Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Kexing Vaccines, and China National Vaccines.”

It is no coincidence that a French netizen, while doing information gathering on the Coronavirus pandemic, accidentally discovered the controlling connections behind the Pioneer Group. It is such a network of connections that controls every aspect of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Pioneer Group is an American pension fund that manages about US$7 trillion in global assets, more than the gross domestic product of France and Germany combined. At the same time, the Pioneer Group’s power has penetrated all sectors of the world.

1. Pioneer Group controls vaccine companies

Vanguard is a major shareholder in Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. It is also the third largest shareholder of AstraZeneca and Sanofi, and the fourth largest shareholder of Moderna. In addition, Pioneer Group has also invested in Sinopharm and Kexing Pharmaceuticals. It can be seen that Pioneer Group is the biggest beneficiary of the global Covid-19 vaccine industry. This also verifies Mr. Guo’s previous revelations – all vaccines are poisonous, regardless of brand.

2. Vanguard controls social media networks

Pioneer Group is a major shareholder of Google. It owns shares in companies like YouTube, Google Maps, and WhatsApp. The largest institutional investor in Facebook, Microsoft and Apple is also the Vanguard Group. Controlling social media naturally controls speech, which is why the voice of the truth about the Covid-19 and the Covid-19 vaccine is suppressed.