By the end of last century, The Military has abandoned you and has joined Pharmafia and the super-rich elites in a plan to govern you with bioweapons and psy-ops. As I’ve said many times, Big Pharma and Big Tech are long gone, The Military BioTech Complex has been running the show for quite a while.
This is just a chapter from that book, more to come if we get some love.



Government pulls up U.S. agency for work on Nipah virus – The Hindu


In 2019, World’s deadliest viruses were ‘shipped to Wuhan ‘leak lab’ from Canada by rogue scientists linked to Chinese military’ – The Sun

Experts Say Nipah Virus Has Potential To Be Another Pandemic — With A Higher Death Toll – Yahoo


‘For the next pandemic, we’ll have gigantic mRNA factories in India’ – Bill Gates

The next pandemic: Nipah virus? – Bill Gates’ GAVI


India fighting to contain Nipah, a virus deadlier than COVID-19 – NY Post

Experimental drug by Gilead completely effective against Nipah virus infection in monkeys – NIH



Remember the host?




‘Contagion’ Reality Check: CDC Experts Explore Some of the Film’s Scenarios – PBS


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You thought Magnetogenetics are scary? Optogenetics are a similar thing, but using light instead of electromagnetism, non-invasive and non-detectable. Both stem from DARPA’s BRAIN Initiative.
And you may be able to avoid EMF radiation, but you can’t avoid light.


This actually touches on a wide array of concerns, from LEDs to vaccines, The Great Reset and the smart grid.
I am very confident that if you pay attention to this video presentation from start to end, you will spend one hour, but you will save incommensurably more hours of guessing, wondering and researching. Not just the many hours I spent doing this, but the many more hours I learned where to look for and how to connect things.
You’re still supposed to not take my word and do your own research, but this will give you some of the best tips on the topic.

Oh, so much wow! just hours after putting this out I find out they will be spraying us with viruses. Shocker!







Brain Control With Light: It’s Possible With Optogenetics

Lighting the Brain

Karl Deisseroth and the optogenetics breakthrough.

By John Colapinto, The New Yorker, May 11, 2015

By rendering individual neurons photosensitive Deisseroths technique brings a once unthinkable level of precision and...
By rendering individual neurons photosensitive, Deisseroth’s technique brings a once unthinkable level of precision and control to experiments designed to determine how the brain processes information and drives behavior.

DARPA Awards $21.6M to Develop Optogenetic ‘Read-Write’ Neural Interface

July 24, 2017, Biosciences

Ehud Isacoff of the Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging (MBIB) Division is the project lead on a $21.6 million grant awarded to UC Berkeley as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA’s) Neural Engineering System Design program. The team led by Isacoff, director of the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley, aims to develop a novel brain-machine interface that uses light to monitor and modulate the activity of thousands to millions of individual neurons in the cerebral cortex.

To communicate with the brain, the team will first introduce a gene encoding a fluorescent protein into neurons, making the cells flash when they fire an action potential. This will be accompanied by a second gene encoding a light-activated protein that stimulates neurons in response to pulses of light. The reading device Isacoff’s group is developing is a miniaturized light field microscope, which captures light through an array of lenses and reconstructs images computationally in any depth of focus. For the writing component, they are developing a means to stimulate groups of neurons by projecting three-dimensional light patterns onto them.

The researchers’ goal during the initial four-year funding period is to create a prototype device using model organisms—such as zebrafish larvae and mice—in which neural activity and behavior can be simultaneously detected and controlled. But DARPA’s ultimate goal is to accelerate the development of biocompatible neural implants for use in humans to compensate for sensory deficits or to control prosthetic devices. Read more from the UC Berkeley News Center.

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If you’re the kind of people who read this kind of websites, you should be aware of the fact that the US government has branded both of us as ‘terror threats’.
They have also branded skepticism and dissidence as ‘mental illnesses’ or ‘psychological disorders’ before.
Complying with their standards and wanting to show a collaborative side I’ve just discovered in myself, I’d like to rat on some organization that has caused tremendous damage and setbacks to ‘covid measures’.

Now, if anyone knows where I should file my report officially, please fax me the contacts!

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Now we reveal why Biden took part in it, why he left Afghanistan in such a rush and one of the many ways he benefits from it.

UPDATE: Our article went viral and then they halved our traffic with their typical false-check scams.
But we still have enough readers to reverse this if you get involved and share.


Joe Biden said in December that “my son, my family will not be involved in any business, any enterprise, that is in conflict with or appears to be in conflict, with the appropriate distance from, the presidency and government.” He promised during an Iowa campaign event in October 2019 that “no one in my family will have an office in the White House, will sit in on meetings as if they are a Cabinet member, will, in fact, have any business relationship with anyone that relates to a foreign corporation or a foreign country — period, period, end of story.”

But, as Washington Examiner reveals:

<<Hunter Biden still appears to hold an ownership stake in a Chinese government-linked investment firm despite repeated pledges from President Joe Biden that his family would not have any foreign business ties.

That’s despite White House press secretary Jen Psaki in February saying the president’s son “has been working to unwind” his 10% stake in the firm.

Through one of his lawyers, George Mesires, Hunter Biden had promised to leave the board of the Chinese firm by the end of October 2019, but his resignation was submitted to China’s National Credit Information Publicity System in the spring of 2020. Three Chinese business websites, run by Baidu Qixin , and QCC , all show updates with Hunter Biden’s name being removed from the BHR board of directors in April 2020, but the sites also currently show a limited liability corporation, Skaneateles, owned solely by Hunter Biden, as still being a “sponsor/shareholder” with 3 million yuan ($464,000) invested in the company, purportedly comprising a 10% stake in the China-based business venture.

The business records for Skaneateles found on the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs website list Hunter Biden as the “executing officer” of the company, and the address for the LLC is a multimillion-dollar home in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles. That is where the Washington Examiner previously reported Hunter Biden and his wife, Melissa Cohen, had been renting a $12,000-a-month home. A report in June said Hunter had moved on from the rental.

Business records show that U.S.-based Thornton Group and Ulysses Diversified each also holds a 10% stake in BHR, as does China-based Angju Investment Consulting (Shanghai) Company. Two Chinese companies, Bohai Industry Investment Fund Management and Shanghai Fengshi Financial Services, are listed as owning 30% of BHR each.


A review of BHR’s financial documents, including 2019 company board meeting minutes found on Hunter Biden’s purported laptop and provided to the Washington Examiner by former Steve Bannon War Room podcast co-host Jack Maxey, show the firm had access to tens or hundreds of millions of dollars for Chinese and global investments and purchases, invested in multiple Chinese companies now sanctioned by the United States, and set up a complicated web of China-based and Cayman Island shell companies and subsidiaries.

The Daily Caller noted that “BHR’s business records with NCIPS were updated in April 2020 to reflect Hunter Biden’s departure from its board less than one week after the Daily Caller News Foundation reported that month that his name was still listed as a member of the firm’s board at the time.”

Mesires reached out to the Washington Post a few days after the April 2020 article was published, with Glenn Kessler sharing a letter from BHR’s CEO Jonathan Li, which said : “Mr. Robert Hunter Biden no longer serves as an unpaid director on the board of Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Co., Ltd. effective from October 2019.”

Yet, it appears that Hunter Biden still has a substantial financial stake in the Chinese company. BHR and Mesires did not respond to the Washington Examiner’s questions about whether Hunter Biden would relinquish his holdings in the Chinese firm.


Mesires wrote a lengthy post on Medium in mid-October 2019, claiming that Hunter Biden “neither played a role in the formation or licensure of” BHR “nor owned any equity in it while his father was Vice President.” Hunter Biden’s lawyer said his client “served only as a member of its board of directors, which he joined based on his interest in seeking ways to bring Chinese capital to international markets” and that “it was an unpaid position.”

“BHR was capitalized with 30 million renminbi (RMB), or approximately $4.2 million USD at today’s currency exchange rates,” Mesires said. “In October 2017, Hunter committed to invest approximately $420,000 USD (as of 10/12/2019) to acquire a 10% equity position in BHR, which he still holds. To date, Hunter has not received any compensation for being on BHR’s board of directors.”

He never left the company, just the board

BHR’s website lists an office in Beijing and brags that the company “is the designated cross-border investment platform of Bohai Industrial Investment Fund and benefits from the support of its Chinese stakeholders including the Bank of China and China Development Bank Capital” and that it “collaborates with Chinese companies in overseas mergers and acquisitions in the high-end manufacturing, healthcare, artificial intelligence and natural resources sectors.”>>


Luckily, someone else already did most of the work for us, I had to leave out a lot of speculations and “patriotism” and I cherrypicked just the raw good info, so here are some bits and pieces from mainstream media and a much larger and epic work that covers many concerns, The Devolution Series by Patriot Patel:

On September 23, 2020, Senators Ron Johnson and and Chuck Grassley, the chairmen of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee (HSGAC) and the Senate Finance Committee, respectively, released a majority staff report entitled “Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns.”

More details in a letter from Chuck Grassley from August 15, 2019:

Clearly, this financial dealing could be a threat to the National Security of the United States by providing the CCP with the Henniges’ anti-vibration tech. Officials from the Pentagon expressed concern over this fact back in 2011:

BHR plays a larger role to the overall story here. Let’s dig in even further. As of August 30, 2021, one of the companies in BHR’s portfolio is Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL).
(Obviously the deal was closed a while before – S.m)

CATL is the “world’s largest maker of electric vehicle batteries.”

CATL is even contracted to supply lithium-ion batteries to Tesla.

Do you notice anything interesting regarding CATL’s share price from the past year?

Starting right around November, their share price has nearly tripled. What happened in November? Oh yea, the CCP helped Joe Biden steal an election. It isn’t a surprise that the share price of the “world’s largest maker of electric vehicle batteries” has skyrocketed since Biden was “elected.” Everybody saw this coming due to Biden’s socialist agenda and green initiatives.


  • BHR was formed when Bohai Capital (a Chinese-government-linked firm) merged with Rosemont Seneca Partners (company formed by Hunter Biden and Chris Heinz (John Kerry’s stepson)).
  • Hunter Biden currently has 10% stake in BHR.
  • CATL is one of the companies in BHR portfolio.
  • CATL is the “world’s largest maker of electric vehicle batteries”.

You read that correctly. Before the dust even settled over Afghanistan from Biden’s botched withdrawal, China was already in talks with the Taliban attempting to get their hands on those rare earth elements.

The Biden family is set to personally benefit from China gaining access to Afghanistan’s rare earth elements, and I think the timeline can serve as circumstantial evidence. On July 6, 2021, an article was published in the AP titled “US left Afghan airfield at night, didn’t tell new commander.” Keep the title of that article in mind– the US left Afghanistan without telling the Afghan commander.

So that screenshot above points out that “The U.S. announced Friday that it had completely vacated its biggest airfield in the country.” The “Friday” they are referring to was on July 2nd, 2021; just 4 days following the announcement of the deal between CATL and Tesla which was reported on June 28, 2021.

Biden claims he was handcuffed by the deal Trump made with the Taliban for leaving Afghanistan, but I would like to offer an alternative theory. It looks more and more to me as though once again, Trump set a trap and once again, Biden and the Democrats walked right into it.

Remember, Trump said publicly that he would be leaving Afghanistan, but according to Chris Miller from this August 18, 2020 article, Trump never actually intended to fully withdraw:

“If Joe Biden and the United States were supposedly backing the Afghan government, why didn’t we tell them we were leaving Bagram? The withdrawal has allowed the Taliban to swiftly take over nearly the entire country, the same Taliban Trump made a deal with. I don’t want to speculate but I can assure you, there is more to the Afghanistan story than what we’re being led to believe, and believe Trump set the table for things to happen this way. Biden had the opportunity to handle things the right way, but instead he completely botched it.”, Patriot Patel notes.

“Australia has fallen because they gave up their guns”, patriots say.
I can’t even see pitchforks in America, right now.
Australia feels more alive and kicking with bare hands, sorry.

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Ok, everything they’ve done so far was plain retarded but this is some smart evil scheming. Not really original, they steal merits even from plumbing, but there’s finally some intellectual merits to this plan. Or former plan, because it’s not gonna work that well once everybody finds out.

When I said “real cure”, I have not abandoned the truth that Moronavirus exists only on computers, so it can’t have real cures other than ctrl+del.
But SARS-COV-2 manufacturers stole some real symptoms from real viruses and diseases.
Most of these are sensitive to a set of chemicals like the ones described below.
The fake virus would be much harder to prop without some of these real cases of other diseases. And successes against flu, let’s say, are sold as victories against the monstrous Covidzilla.

Also facts:

Most drugs are just botched lab copies of natural compounds.
Pfizer’s “twice-a-day Covid pill” is pretty much the same thing to Ivermectin.

Pfizer ad

Pfizer’s press-release on the pill.


“An In-silico data analysis conducted by Choudhury et al. demonstrated that Ivermectin efficiently utilizes viral spike protein, main protease, replicase, and human TMPRSS2 receptors as the most possible targets for executing its “antiviral efficiency” by disrupting binding. Since Ivermectin exploits protein targets from both, the virus and human, this could be the behind its excellent in vitro efficacy against SARS-CoV-2 “

The Journal of Antibiotics, June 15, 2021
they used the protease description instead of the name, I wonder if intentionally…

We identify hydroxychloroquine, a drug that already has approved uses in pregnancy, as a possible inhibitor of NS2B-NS3 protease by using a Food and Drug Administration-approved drug library, molecular docking, and molecular dynamics simulations. Further, to gain insight into its inhibitory potential toward NS2B-NS3 protease, we performed enzyme kinetic studies, which revealed that hydroxychloroquine inhibits protease activity with an inhibition constant (K i) of 92.34 ± 11.91 µM. Additionally, hydroxychloroquine significantly decreases Zika virus infection in placental cells.

Future Virology, March 25, 2021

The hypothesized scope for all these drugs and others is protease inhibition.

Our results indicate that boceprevir, ombitasvir, paritaprevir, tipranavir, ivermectin, and micafungin exhibited inhibitory effect towards 3CLpro enzymatic activity. The 100 ns molecular dynamics simulation studies showed that ivermectin may require homodimeric form of 3CLpro enzyme for its inhibitory activity. In summary, these molecules could be useful to develop highly specific therapeutically viable drugs to inhibit the SARS-CoV-2 replication either alone or in combination with drugs specific for other SARS-CoV-2 viral targets.

Communications Biology, January 2021

Pfizer found a slightly different strategy to chemically sabotage the protease, there had to be something different to be able to patent it, but that’s like different knives to cut the same sushi, and the science is in where to cut and how deep. This is the actual breakthrough that Ivermectin inventors got a Nobel for, and Pfizer is just ripping it ready-made and tweaking it.
Take this to your fav fucked-checker!


It’s harder to steal an icecream cone from a toddler than to sell poison to grown-ups.

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Sometimes my memes are 3D. And you can own them. Or send them to someone.
You can even eat some of them.

An MIT scientist helps with the concocts and Oprah with the promo

Remember the outrage at the recent news that China uses popular pregnancy tests to harvest DNA from around the world? Hardly.
You probably remember even less about this story. It has been first revealed by The Intercept in 2016, at the peaks of the Trump hysteria (first edition), so no one paid it any real attention, even though a good chunk of mainstream media picked up on it, I even found it on CBS News.
Now we’re in the middle of the Afghanistan ‘debacle’, but I hope some of us learned a few things in the meantime and will receive this as it deserves, because first fires shot landed in no-man’s land and you can bet a finger this business model has since been improved and diversified.


Below you have the original Intercept article that broke the story:


by Lee Fang
The Intercept, April 8 2016, 1:04 p.m.

SKINCENTIAL SCIENCES, a company with an innovative line of cosmetic products marketed as a way to erase blemishes and soften skin, has caught the attention of beauty bloggers on YouTube, Oprah’s lifestyle magazine, and celebrity skin care professionals. Documents obtained by The Intercept reveal that the firm has also attracted interest and funding from In-Q-Tel, the venture capital arm of the Central Intelligence Agency.

The previously undisclosed relationship with the CIA might come as some surprise to a visitor to the website of Clearista, the main product line of Skincential Sciences, which boasts of a “formula so you can feel confident and beautiful in your skin’s most natural state.”

Though the public-facing side of the company touts a range of skin care products, Skincential Sciences developed a patented technology that removes a thin outer layer of the skin, revealing unique biomarkers that can be used for a variety of diagnostic tests, including DNA collection.

Skincential Science’s noninvasive procedure, described on the Clearista website as “painless,” is said to require only water, a special detergent, and a few brushes against the skin, making it a convenient option for restoring the glow of a youthful complexion — and a novel technique for gathering information about a person’s biochemistry.


A screen grab from the Clearista website.

In-Q-Tel, founded in 1999 by then-CIA Director George Tenet, identifies cutting-edge technology to support the mission of the CIA and other intelligence agencies, and provides venture funding to help grow tech firms to develop those solutions.

“Our company is an outlier for In-Q-Tel,” Russ Lebovitz, the chief executive of Skincential Sciences, said during an interview with The Intercept. He conceded that the relationship might make for “an unusual and interesting story,” but said, “If there’s something beneath the surface, that’s not part of our relationship and I’m not directly aware. They’re interested here in something that can get easy access to biomarkers.”

Still, Lebovitz claimed he has limited knowledge of why In-Q-Tel selected his firm.

“I can’t tell you how everyone works with In-Q-Tel, but they are very interested in doing things that are pure science,” Lebovitz said. The CIA fund approached his company, telling him the fund shares an interest in looking at DNA extraction using the method pioneered by Skincential Sciences, according to Lebovitz.The CIA fund has described human skin as a “unique, underutilized source for sample collection.”

Beyond that, Lebovitz said he was unsure of the intent of the CIA’s use of the technology, but the fund was “specifically interested in the diagnostics, detecting DNA from normal skin.” He added, “There’s no better identifier than DNA, and we know we can pull out DNA.”

Perhaps law enforcement could use the biomarker extraction technique for crime scene identification or could conduct drug tests, Lebovitz suggested.

Carrie A. Sessine, the vice president for external affairs at In-Q-Tel, declined a media interview because “IQT does not participate in media interviews or opportunities.”

(Officials at the venture capital firm have, in fact, given interviews in the past.)

Though In-Q-Tel operates in the open, it has often kept key details of its activities out of public view, beyond required annual reports. After a SecureDrop source told The Intercept about a gathering in San Jose for In-Q-Tel executives and start-up companies backed by the fund, The Intercept attempted to attend, but was denied access.

Skincential Sciences was among several presenting companies.

The shroud of secrecy around In-Q-Tel belies a 17-year effort to build ties between the CIA and the biggest names in Silicon Valley. Gilman Louie, a video game executive known for publishing best-sellers such as Tetris, Falcon, and Civilization II, was brought on as the first chief executive of In-Q-Tel. The popular mapping tool Google Earth was created around technology developed by Keyhole Corp., an In-Q-Tel-backed company that was later acquired by Google.


A graphic from the “IQT Quarterly” summer 2010 issue on the new modalities in sampling and sensing collection.

Graphic: IQT Quarterly

Still, little is publicly revealed about the use of In-Q-Tel-backed ventures and their relevance to the goals of intelligence agencies. Many of the fund’s investments are not publicly revealed. The fund is reviewed by the CIA’s inspector general and reports directly to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, which frequently conducts business through classified briefings.

David Petraeus, while serving as the director of the CIA in 2012, remarked, “Our partnership with In-Q-Tel is essential to helping identify and deliver groundbreaking technologies with mission-critical applications to the CIA and to our partner agencies.”

Despite the association with computer and satellite technology, In-Q-Tel also maintains a long-running interest in developing advanced genetic analysis, biological technologies for detection and diagnostics, as well as research into what is known as physiological intelligence, which, in a 2010 article, the fund described as “actionable information about human identity and experience that have always been of interest to the Intelligence Community.”

The article, which is no longer available on the fund’s website but is preserved by a cache hosted by the Internet Archive, argues that advances in medical research into biomarkers can be leveraged by intelligence agencies for a variety of uses, from airport security to next-generation identification tools.

A diagram in the article calls human skin the body’s largest organ and a “unique, underutilized source for sample collection.” The author, Dr. Kevin O’Connell, then a “senior solutions architect” with In-Q-Tel, notes, “The DNA contained in microorganisms in a person’s gut or on a person’s skin may contain sequences that indicate a particular geographical origin.”


A screen grab from the Clearista website describing the resurfacing process of its product.


In-Q-Tel has invested in several companies working in this realm, in addition to Skincential Sciences. In 2013, In-Q-Tel publicly announced a strategic partnership with Bio-NEMS, a firm that developed a semiconductor device used to analyze DNA for a variety of diagnostic and human identification applications. Claremont BioSolutions, a diagnostics firm, and Biomatrica, a firm that specializes in preparing biological samples for DNA testing, are also backed by In-Q-Tel.

Skincential Sciences did not start out as a beauty company. The firm was founded in 2010 as DX Biosciences, which was developed around a patent by a team of scientists including Dr. Samir Mitragotri of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Mitragotri has published research into the use of biomarkers as a “window to body’s health.”

The company gained early backing from Frontier, a venture capital company, among other investors.

While the technology has potential for a variety of medical diagnostics, including early melanoma detection, Lebovitz said the company quickly realized it had immediate value as a cosmetic. The application of the detergent developed by the firm could be used easily to diminish blemishes and dark patches on the skin. And unlike similar treatments at aesthetic spas, the technology developed by Dr. Mitragotri and his colleagues did not require acid or any discomfort.

In 2013, the firm relaunched and recapitalized as Skincential Sciences, with Clearista as its primary brand of beauty products.

Lebovitz says he intends to continue developing the technology so that it may be medically relevant, but he is also focusing on breaking into the multibillion-dollar skin care market. While Skincential has won measured success for its Clearista brand products by landing coverage on television and through social media, the company has not yet been able to compete with mainstream skin care companies.

Jamie Walsh, a blogger who runs Glam Latte, a beauty website, endorsed a Clearista product on her YouTube channel, noting that with only one application of the cream, her skin improved and was “glowing.” Walsh said Skincential Sciences sent her the product for a testimonial, and noted that like many independent brands, she did not know about the company’s funding.

Skincential hopes to license its product with a major distributor, or even one day become acquired by a larger beauty company. “We’ll take any of those,” said Lebovitz.

The chief executive noted that he is proud of the In-Q-Tel support, calling the fund “great partners.”

At the gathering in February for In-Q-Tel portfolio companies, Lebovitz joined a crowd that included a number of In-Q-Tel executives, along with senior members of the intelligence community. Presenting speakers included Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey, Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work, and John Maeda, design partner of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, a leading Silicon Valley investment firm.

“Not only was I the odd man out,” Lebovitz said, “but almost every woman at the conference wanted to come up to me to talk about skin care.
– The Intercept


Nothing changed on this stage, the show goes on undisturbed. Here’s some coupons for you!

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So, is this the world you guys plan to live in?
Nazis are babies next to covidiots and you might be next in line. Not to have my fate, but to have this poor man’s fate…

Poor people get ‘terminated’ by medical assassins, then their partners in crime terminate any witnesses and whistleblowers. This seems to be the new business and social model.
Our site is crippled again because YouTube terminated our second channel, without any possibility of appeal or anything. Ten minutes after the upload it was down.
Just please watch the 100 seconds that triggered the Googlag mass-murderers so much and think for yourself!

Sorry for the site being incomplete again, we’re too poor to afford enough server space and our host, WordPress, only embeds censored platforms, but most articles should hold even without the video support. Most videos are already backed up on Odysee, Brighteon and Bitchute, I just can’t embed them here.
We’re not done, just a bit hurt, but we’re exhausted of energy and resources, a lot is going out, very little coming in.
Most exhausting is, though, watching people still feeding and collaborating with their Nemesis.

BTW, if you’re new here, you’ll be amazed what you find if you input “youtube” in our ‘search’ box!

I still have some scattered back-ups and I’m going to make more and keep red-pilling YouTubers. Help, if you will, preaching only to the choir is not that efficient.

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Top Institutional Holders According to Yahoo Finance


HolderSharesDate Reported% OutValue
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The)456,203,630Jun 29, 20218.14%17,864,934,150
Blackrock Inc.407,048,272Jun 29, 20217.26%15,940,010,331
State Street Corporation278,568,311Jun 29, 20214.97%10,908,735,058
Wellington Management Group, LLP241,721,238Jun 29, 20214.31%9,465,803,680
Capital World Investors240,189,415Jun 29, 20214.28%9,405,817,491
Geode Capital Management, LLC96,381,189Jun 29, 20211.72%3,774,287,361
Northern Trust Corporation64,250,392Jun 29, 20211.15%2,516,045,350
Bank of America Corporation63,917,990Jun 29, 20211.14%2,503,028,488
Norges Bank Investment Management60,296,992Dec 30, 20201.08%2,219,532,275
Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation58,847,891Jun 29, 20211.05%2,304,483,411

Top Mutual Fund Holders

HolderSharesDate Reported% OutValue
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund156,687,039Mar 30, 20212.79%5,676,771,422
Vanguard 500 Index Fund116,255,579Jun 29, 20212.07%4,552,568,473
Vanguard Specialized-Health Care Fund74,535,759Apr 29, 20211.33%2,880,807,085
Washington Mutual Investors Fund63,020,361Jun 29, 20211.12%2,467,877,336
SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust57,633,355Jun 29, 20211.03%2,256,922,181
Income Fund of America Inc56,670,900Jun 29, 20211.01%2,219,232,444
Fidelity 500 Index Fund52,775,120Jun 29, 20210.94%2,066,673,699
American Balanced Fund48,400,681Jun 29, 20210.86%1,895,370,667
Vanguard Institutional Index Fund-Institutional Index Fund44,244,926Jun 29, 20210.79%1,732,631,302
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF44,120,111Jun 29, 20210.79%1,727,743,546

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Fund or Company NameShares HeldValued AtChange in SharesAs Of
Royal Bank of Canada26M$997M-3%Jun 2021
Nuveen Asset Management25M$961M-1%Jun 2021
T. Rowe Price Associates24M$951M4%Jun 2021
Ubs Global Asset Management Americas23M$911M7%Jun 2021
Swiss National Bank23M$891M-1%Jun 2021
LSV Asset Management22M$855M-3%Jun 2021
UBS Group21M$838M-7%Jun 2021
Invesco21M$822M17%Jun 2021
Amundi20M$788M100%Jun 2021
CalPERS19M$737M-1%Jun 2021
Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings18M$708M-6%Jun 2021
Goldman Sachs Group19M$700M14%Mar 2021
Ameriprise Financial18M$686M-2%Jun 2021
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board17M$672M25%Jun 2021
Citadel Advisors16M$625M-36%Jun 2021
Credit Suisse15M$577M-16%Jun 2021
Robeco Investment Management13M$524M0%Jun 2021
Pnc Financial Services13M$522M-3%Jun 2021
Pioneer Investment Management14M$509M41%Mar 2021
Federated Investors13M$498M7%Jun 2021
Bank Of Montreal12M$483M15%Jun 2021
New York State Common Retirement Fund12M$482M-1%Jun 2021
Alliancebernstein12M$480M2%Jun 2021
ClearBridge Advisors12M$474M-3%Jun 2021
Principal Financial Group12M$461M4%Jun 2021
Barclays12M$460M21%Jun 2021
Diamond Hill Capital Management12M$457M4%Jun 2021
Prudential Financial12M$450M3%Jun 2021
Jensen Investment Management11M$446M-1%Jun 2021
Nordea Investment Management Ab11M$445M-1%Jun 2021
Stifel Financial11M$442M4%Jun 2021
Two Sigma Advisers11M$422M1%Jun 2021
Robeco Institutional Asset Management B V10M$405M16%Jun 2021
Hsbc Holdings10M$399M-9%Jun 2021
California State Teachers Retirement System10M$398M-5%Jun 2021
Goodman & Company, Investment Counsel10M$394M0%Jun 2021
D. E. Shaw & Co9.9M$389M65%Jun 2021
Citigroup9.8M$354M-31%Mar 2021
Raymond James & Associates8.9M$347M7%Jun 2021
Neuberger Berman Group8.6M$334M63%Jun 2021
Rhumbline Advisers8.4M$328M-7%Jun 2021
Us Bancorp8.0M$313M0%Jun 2021
Manufacturers Life Insurance Company7.8M$307M42%Jun 2021
Millennium Management7.8M$307M684%Jun 2021
Schroder Investment Management Group9.2M$301M1%Jun 2021
London Company7.3M$284M1%Jun 2021
National Pension Service7.2M$281M2%Jun 2021
Florida State Board of Administration7.0M$272M-4%Jun 2021
Baird Financial6.9M$269M1%Jun 2021
New York State Teachers Retirement System6.9M$269M-5%Jun 2021
Jane Street6.5M$256M21%Jun 2021
Great-West Life Assurance Company6.5M$252M5%Jun 2021
Two Sigma Investments6.3M$247M-33%Jun 2021
DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale6.2M$241M-7%Jun 2021
Natixis5.8M$227M319%Jun 2021
Acadian Asset Management5.7M$223M107%Jun 2021
Russell Investments5.6M$219M-6%Jun 2021
Capstone Investment Advisors5.6M$219M26%Jun 2021
Bank of Nova Scotia5.6M$218M-29%Jun 2021
First Republic Investment Management5.5M$214M12%Jun 2021
Branch Banking & Trust Company5.4M$213M3%Jun 2021
B. Metzler seel. Sohn & Co. Holding5.7M$211M29%Mar 2021
AQR Capital Management5.4M$210M1%Jun 2021
Envestnet Asset Management5.3M$208M9%Jun 2021
Cullen Capital Management5.0M$194M8%Jun 2021
First Trust Advisors4.9M$191M-17%Jun 2021
Bnp Paribas Arbitrage, Snc4.8M$190M29%Jun 2021
Van Eck Associates Corp.4.8M$190M4%Jun 2021
Allianz Asset Management4.8M$188M6%Jun 2021
Macquarie Group4.8M$186M-3%Jun 2021
Twin Tree Management4.6M$179M2%Jun 2021
Toronto-Dominion Bank4.5M$177M-5%Jun 2021
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust & Banking Corp4.5M$176M-16%Jun 2021
Fil4.3M$170M-7%Jun 2021
LPL Financial4.3M$168M8%Jun 2021
Putnam Investments4.3M$168M-1%Jun 2021
Eaton Vance Management4.3M$168M0%Jun 2021
FMR4.3M$167M-40%Jun 2021
American Century Companies4.2M$166M-13%Jun 2021
Ensign Peak Advisors4.2M$163M-1%Jun 2021
Victory Capital Management4.2M$163M-7%Jun 2021
Commonwealth Equity Services4.1M$161M4%Jun 2021
Retirement Systems of Alabama3.9M$154M-1%Jun 2021
State of Wisconsin Investment Board3.8M$149M-19%Jun 2021
Epoch Investment Partners3.7M$146M-13%Jun 2021
Thornburg Investment Management3.7M$145M0%Jun 2021
Shapiro Capital Management3.7M$144M3%Jun 2021
TD Asset Management3.4M$144M6%Jun 2021
Chevy Chase Trust Holdings3.7M$143M-5%Jun 2021
Ohio Pers3.6M$141M0%Jun 2021
Cincinnati Insurance Company3.5M$136M0%Jun 2021
APG All Pensions Group NV4.0M$131M-4%Jun 2021
HighTower Advisors3.3M$131M6%Jun 2021
State of New Jersey Common Pension Fund D3.3M$129M0%Jun 2021
Assenagon Asset Management3.3M$129M100%Jun 2021
Pictet Asset Management3.2M$127M1%Jun 2021
Pzena Investment Management3.0M$118M4%Jun 2021
Korea Investment Corporation2.9M$114M-2%Jun 2021
Diam2.9M$114M0%Jun 2021
Standard Life Aberdeen2.9M$114M-7%Jun 2021
Keybank National Association2.9M$113M-3%Jun 2021
Raymond James Financial Services Advisors2.9M$112M0%Jun 2021
M^T Bank Corporation2.9M$112M-5%Jun 2021
Ing Investment Management2.8M$110M-1%Jun 2021
PanAgora Asset Management2.8M$109M334%Jun 2021
Fifth Third Bancorp2.7M$105M-1%Jun 2021
Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International2.6M$103M-4%Jun 2021
Sound Shore Management2.6M$102M19%Jun 2021
Scotia Capital2.5M$98M10%Jun 2021
Assetmark2.5M$98M1%Jun 2021
Fisher Investments2.4M$96M-2%Jun 2021
Man Group2.4M$96M123%Jun 2021
Treasurer of the State of North Carolina2.4M$95M0%Jun 2021
Glenmede Trust Company2.4M$95M-10%Jun 2021
Commerce Bank N A2.4M$94M-2%Jun 2021
Luther King Capital Management Corporation2.4M$94M-2%Jun 2021
Renaissance Technologies2.4M$93M100%Jun 2021
Janney Montgomery Scott2.4M$92M-3%Jun 2021
Brandes Investment Partners2.3M$92M26%Jun 2021
DnB NOR Asset Management AS2.3M$89M5%Jun 2021
Bnp Paribas Investment Partners2.3M$89M29%Jun 2021
Letko, Brosseau & Associates2.3M$89M54%Jun 2021
Teacher Retirement System Of Texas2.2M$87M35%Jun 2021
Confluence Investment Management2.2M$86M1%Jun 2021
Re Advisers2.2M$86M-1%Jun 2021
Wolverine Trading2.2M$84M48%Jun 2021
DZ BANK AG Deutsche Zentral Genossenschafts Bank, Frankfurt am Main2.2M$84M91%Jun 2021
Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec1.8M$69M-30%Jun 2021
Lazard Asset Management1.5M$60M-47%Jun 2021
Henderson Group958k$38M-77%Jun 2021
Vanguard Group456M$18B1%Jun 2021
BlackRock407M$16B0%Jun 2021
State Street Corporation279M$11B1%Jun 2021
Schafer Cullen Capital Management265k$9.6M-92%Mar 2021
Wellington Management Company242M$9.5B-3%Jun 2021
Capital World Investors240M$9.4B4%Jun 2021
Geode Capital Management96M$3.8B2%Jun 2021
Bank of America Corporation66M$2.6B-6%Jun 2021
Northern Trust64M$2.5B-1%Jun 2021
Bank of New York Mellon59M$2.3B-5%Jun 2021
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company57M$2.2B0%Jun 2021
Charles Schwab Investment Management55M$2.1B8%Jun 2021
Morgan Stanley48M$1.9B100%Jun 2021
Dimensional Fund Advisors40M$1.6B0%Jun 2021
Susquehanna International40M$1.6B-12%Jun 2021
Legal & General Group37M$1.5B4%Jun 2021
Sanders Capital34M$1.5B4%Jun 2021
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft36M$1.4B9%Jun 2021
Franklin Resources36M$1.4B34%Jun 2021
Jpmorgan Chase & Co35M$1.3B1%Mar 2021
Massachusetts Financial Services34M$1.3B-3%Jun 2021
Wells Fargo & Company30M$1.2B2%Jun 2021
Parametric Portfolio Associates27M$1.1B2%Jun 2021
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB2.7M$0-1%Jun 2021

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