BlackRock Recruiter Reveals Hidden Talent For Sharing Company Secrets…

Posted by on June 22, 2023 6:34 pm
Categories: Column 3 s2

BlackRock Recruiter Reveals Hidden Talent For Sharing Company Secrets…

In the latest saga of corporate exposés, James O’Keefe of the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) has unveiled another gem from his treasure trove of undercover journalism. This time, the spotlight is on the world’s largest asset management firm, BlackRock Inc. Holding the microphone is an unsuspecting BlackRock recruiter, Serge Varlay who, unbeknownst to him, was auditioning for the role of ‘corporate blabbermouth’.

Weaving through a series of meetings in the heart of the Big Apple, an undercover journalist from OMG had Varlay spill the beans on some of the most eyebrow-raising aspects of BlackRock’s operations. Varlay, in a performance worthy of a Hollywood flick, revealed how BlackRock manages to “run the world” under the public’s radar.

Varlay: “BlackRock doesn’t want to be anywhere on the radar.”

Varlay, with a candidness that would make any HR executive cringe, talked about the staggering scale of BlackRock’s operations. With $20 trillion managed worldwide and over $9.5 trillion in assets under management, BlackRock’s financial power is surpassed only by the economies of the U.S and China.

Varlay: “It’s incomprehensible numbers.”

In a display of unabashed bluntness, Varlay described the ease with which power and influence can be bought in today’s world, indicating a deep-rooted culture of corruption.

Varlay: “The senators…are f***ing cheap – you got 10 grand, you can buy a senator.”

Unfazed by the human tragedy of war, Varlay described how geopolitical unrest can be a boon for business. The recent tensions between Russia and Ukraine were cited as an example, with Varlay highlighting how the destruction of Ukrainian grain silos could send wheat prices soaring, creating lucrative trading opportunities.

Varlay: “Ukraine is good for business… Volatility creates opportunity for profit.”

Despite the probing nature of the journalist’s questions, Varlay remained blissfully unaware that he was being recorded. His disbelief in the average person’s interest or understanding of these realities was evident.

Varlay: “Normal people don’t give a s***. It’s beyond them.”

So, if there’s anything to take away from this, it’s that the next time you’re out on a date, make sure they’re not an undercover journalist. And maybe, just maybe, refrain from describing your employer as a global puppet master. After all, you never know when you might be unwittingly auditioning for the role of ‘corporate blabbermouth’.