Lloyd's Banking Group in London
Revision 2c. Lloyd's Banking Group is probably the largest corporation in the world, with a global market capitalization exceeding $2.4 Quadrillion USD, according to Yahoo Finance. This company was formed in 1995, but based on its financials, it appears to be hiding trillions of dollars in assets. The total market capitalization of the stocks listed on the London Stock Exchange as LLD2, LLD5, LLD6, and LLD7 are quite large. In fact, it is larger than all other banks in the world combined. Think about that because it bears repeating – One bank in London has more assets and value than all other banks in the world combined. It is at least 100 times larger than the next largest bank – JPMorganChase. $2.4 Quadrillion dollars is enough money to give every man, woman, and child on our planet, about $324,000.00 each. And still have money left over. That's enough money to solve global hunger. That's enough money to cure every disease, and provide good housing for everyone on the planet. And this is all held in one bank in London. So why is the London Stock Exchange trying to hide the value of these bank stocks? If you research this, you will find the value and number of shares of these LLD stocks are being altered on the internet. To complicate matters, the UK government recently bailed out one of the company's stock funds over its bad mortgage loans, acquiring a percentage interest in this one stock fund. The financial information about this company does not add up. David Rockefeller, Jay Rockefeller, Jacob Rothschild, Evelyn Rothschild, David Rothschild, Nathaniel Rothschild. Read "The Money Mafia" by Paul Hellyer, former Acting Prime Minister of Canada. One of the things that Mr Hellyer could not explain in his book – where did the Rockefellers and Rothschilds hide their ill-gotten money. This is your money, stolen through the Federal Reserve. It belongs to United States taxpayers.