You will own nothing

Because BlackRock stole your military retirement, maybe

So what does anyone really know about the Thrift Savings Plan? This is how it is described on the Thrift Savings Plan website, “The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a retirement savings and investment plan for Federal employees and members of the uniformed services, including the Ready Reserve. It was established by Congress in the Federal Employees’ Retirement System Act of 1986 and offers the same types of savings and tax benefits that many private corporations offer their employees under 401(k) plans.

The TSP is a defined contribution plan, meaning that the retirement income you receive from your TSP account will depend on how much you (and your agency or service, if you’re eligible to receive agency or service contributions) put into your account during your working years and the earnings accumulated over that time. The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (FRTIB) administers the TSP.”

In layman’s terms, it is the federal government employee version of a 401k. A retirement plan of sorts with different funds in which to save or invest. So we could expect those funds to be secure, waiting for us after retirement (like social security, amirite?). But what if the government has shucked their duty on to a third party to manage these funds? What if that company was run by a person sympathetic to the mantra of Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum (WEF), “ YOU WILL OWN NOTHING, AND YOU WILL BE HAPPY ABOUT IT”?

Klaus Shwab

This answer lies here.

News Alert: That is exactly what they have done. BlackRock is currently managing all the funds in the TSP program. The CEO of BlackRock is a lovely fellow named Larry Fink. With a name like that, you might think the Fink is a fun loving guy with nothing but good vibes. Wrong. Larry Fink is a World Economic Forum Agenda Contributor and currently sits on the board of the Council of Foreign Relations aka a group of elitist globalist. Well, if the agenda of the WEF is “you will own nothing, and you will be happy about it,” why is our government putting our dollars in their hands? And not just the TSP, but the Federal Reserve and other government agencies. Does this seem smart? Let’s look at some recent comments by Fink to determine if this is the correct course, “Behaviors are going to have to change and this is one thing we are asking companies, you have to force behaviors and at BlackRock, we are forcing behaviors.”

So what does that mean? Is BlackRock using its management of our dollars to influence our markets? Shift to green energy? Rental over ownership? Maybe a digital economy? All of the above. You will own nothing, and you will like it.

From an article in ZeroHedge, “On digital currencies, Fink said the Ukrainian conflict has the “potential impact on accelerating digital currencies. The war will prompt countries to re-evaluate their currency dependencies.” He spoke about central bank digital currencies (CBDC) and how they “can enhance the settlement of international transactions while reducing the risk of money laundering and corruption.” Again, Fink is following WEF’s script of implementing new forms of digital currency that will mean governments will have more control over the people.”

Are we willingly handing over our retirement, our safety net, our futures to those that want global governance? Yes, unwittingly the military and federal employees are yet again the victims of a sham being perpetrated on them by their own government. What other behaviors might be forced due to the market influence of firms such as BlackRock? The President of the United States recently advised us all to buy electric cars to save $80 a month on gas, so did Pete Buttigieg, and Jennifer Granholm. Was there undue influence? Enter in the land of Environmental Social Governance (ESG). 

Larry Fink sums it up nicely here

But surely our government isn’t caught in the crosshairs of corruption or blurring the lines of influence over the good of the people….

Well, Snap!

Dang! Schwab and Biden getting close. But that is his thang. 

Alright, so bottom line: Thrift Savings Plan might be corrupted or could disappear all together because the company managing these funds want global governance and the citizenry to be dependent on their government. Perhaps our money is being used to fund an agenda we do not support. Maybe it is time to invest in a hollow mattress.

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2 years ago

I don’t know if it might have been the suggestion of some other alt news person, but I have for a while believed that ‘they’ are looking to steal 401’s and the like.

2 years ago

Well… shit.

Invest in brass cased depleted uranium and matching dispensary devices. It’s the only real currency.

Mike McNasty
2 years ago


2 years ago

Okay well then what’s the alternative to the TSP? Just pull your money and start your own Roth IRAs and well rounded portfolio?

1 year ago

Hello Janine, thank you for writing this article! I was hoping to pass along some information that could help bring awareness to what TSP account holders are going through right now. If you search this in google (federal retirement thrift investment board washington) the reviews should pull up detailing harrowing experiences customers have faced including missing out on homes because they couldn’t pull their funds out in time or at all. It seems fishy and we need help raising awareness.

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