Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Warns ‘One Giant Corporation’ Wants To Own 60% Of US Homes By 2030. But We Can Stop Them.

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A video shared Monday by the hugely popular Wall Street Silver account on Twitter showed 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK) warning Americans most of the country’s real estate will be owned by one corporation by 2030.

RFK explained how our corporate overlords, who control far more of the world than even the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) leadership, are attempting to purchase upwards of 60% of all U.S. single family homes by 2030.

“There are three giant corporations: BlackRock, State Street and Vanguard, which own, collectively, own each other, so it’s really one giant corporation, but they also own 89% of the S&P 500. They own everything,” RFK said in what appears to be an interview on “The Breakfast Club.”

“They’ve now decided to buy every single family home in America. If they stay on the current trajectory, they will own 60% of homes in this country … by 2030. They are literally trying to buy everything,” he continued. (RELATED: Bohemian Grove, Bilderberg Group Privately Voice Concern WEF Has Upstaged Their Plans For World Domination)

RFK Jr. went on to note how BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, who is on the board of the WEF, is part of the cabal pushing for the “great reset.”

“You will own nothing, and you will be happy,” RFK Jr. quoted, sending a chill down the spine of every red blooded American who understands the danger and violence of one company literally owning the world. “Well, they’re on their way to making sure that we don’t own anything.”

The Democratic presidential candidate went on to note that all of us know someone — or multiple people — who’ve found it impossible to purchase a home at a reasonable value, because they keep being outbid by some random company. When you trace a majority of these companies back through the corporate ladder, they all end up with one of the three mentioned earlier.

But Americans don’t have to put up with this absolute warfare from BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street. You can tell everyone you know, right now, that if they’re going to sell their home, they have a moral obligation to sell it to a family, or a real person. (RELATED: Real Estate ‘Apocalypse’ Could Destroy American Economy, Midsize Cities, WaPo Finally Realizes)

If we continue to perpetuate the greed and gluttony so hyper-normalized in America, then we only have ourselves to blame when this country becomes WEF’s dream. You don’t need an extra bit of cash for your home. You need to make this country worth living in for future generations, and that won’t happen if you keep selling your home (and soul) to big corporations and foreign billionaires.