Who rules the planet? Who are the true owners of the world? For sure, one cannot speak of one or more real owners of the world, but rather, groups, companies and families that have possibly tried to take over for centuries.
They have permeated in all instances of power and social
It is to reflect that 500 companies currently control 52% of the world’s Gross Domestic Product. Likewise, the three people, listed as the richest and wealthiest in society, have extreme riches, surpassing the heritage of the 40 poorest nations on Earth.
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Another piece of information to be able to solve the question of who or who are the supposed owners of the world, is that the figures announce that 20% of the human population, owns 80% of the wealth.
Multinationals such as ExxonMobil, receive income of unimaginable amount. For example, this fuel and oil tycoon far outperforms Austria’s Gross Domestic Product in its exaggerated profits. We also have General Motors, which surpasses Denmark’s GDP.
Pharmaceutical industries are other multinationals covering the highest profits, after the Vatican, which owns its own independent bank in the world, that is, an entity totally isolated from the control of the World Bank and with some much larger reserves.
However, according to World Health Organization data, a child dies every six seconds from chronic malnutrition, indicating that 100,000 children in a day. So the question persists: In whose hands are the most riches of humanity?
It is no secret that a country is in no way independent or sovereign as can commonly be believed. The same fact that a country has external debt already puts it in a dependency condition with respect to someone, whether it is a bank, a country, a family, etc. So does the world have any owners?