From what I hear, Bill Gates is no longer the world’s richest man. Warren Buffet is now the world’s richest man. Yes, these two certainly have a tremendous amount of wealth. But now let me go ahead and interpret what you heard through the mainstream media: Although very wealthy, neither of these two were ever the world’s richest men. Not only that, but if these two were to combine their wealth and give it all to one person, that one person still would not and never will be the richest man in the world.

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 24:  Bill Gates, chairman and founder of Microsoft Corp., listens during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) meeting on September 24, 2013 in New York City. Timed to coincide with the United Nations General Assembly, CGI brings together heads of state, CEOs, philanthropists and others to help find solutions to the world's major problems.  (Photo by Ramin Talaie/Getty Images)

The truth of the matter is that the mainstream media will never let you know who truly is the richest person, or family, in the world. It’s because the people that control the majority of the corporations and banking cartels, are the same people that control the mainstream media. People that you hear about in America that have websites that sell for billions or have become billionaires through some corporation that they supposedly started on their own, actually had connections. Those connections were financiers with enormous wealth that pumped the venture capital into creating their fortunes. These people become instant “billionaires” in terms of the dollar. The financiers behind these people have wealth that was not created overnight. Their wealth goes back centuries into central Europe. And I won’t get into how their wealth was originally created.

So if you want to put it into “dollar” terms, then these international financiers behind people like Gates are worth trillions. Not billions, but trillions. But you will not and never will see their names printed in the media as being the “richest” people in the world. And on a side note, pay careful attention to the wording. Gates and Buffet have held the titles as “richest men”, but what does that actually mean? Is it an award saying they control the most wealth in the world, or is it just a title with a generic name? “Richest” could really mean anything. And when these people say that they are “giving” most of their wealth away, well of course, in a way, they really aren’t. You see, they have to give back to the actual people that made them rich to begin with. If they really wanted to “give their money away”, then they’d simply go out onto the street and hand out stacks of cash until it amounted to billions of dollars. Instead, they give it to a “foundation” to fight “poverty”.


We’ve been “fighting poverty” for centuries, when is it ever going to end? It’s like saying, “we’re looking for a cure for cancer, so keep pumping money into our foundations”. Notice how there hasn’t been much advancement in that realm in decades? That’s because the cure has already been found and has been shelved. The worse thing that can happen to any cancer foundation is a cure for cancer. The people running those entities wouldn’t make the large fortunes anymore if there was actually a cure. So when someone that became rich says they are giving their money away, they are just recycling their wealth back to the people that made them wealthy to begin with to ensure that themselves, their family, and their future descendants are always taken care of.