chadders wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:27 pm
I think Heathrow is owned by a Spanish company.
Qatar Holding 20%
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec 12.62%
Government of Singapore Investment Corporation 11.20%
Alinda Capital 11.18%
China Investment Corporation 10%
Universities Superannuation Scheme 10%
All of these are themselves owned by many more companies, or are capital gains operations (read: Albanian pyramid scheme).
Rijn Capital BV - a company controlled by Rafael del Pino, Chairman of Ferrovial 20.1%
Menosmares S.L.U 8.1%
SiempreLara S.L.U. 5.0%
Blackrock INC 2.8%
Soziancor S.L.U. 2.5%
Fidelity Intl 2.0%
All of these are themselves either owned by many more companies, or money laundry organisations, or capital gains companies.
Qatar Islamic Bank (16.67%), the rest is not transparent and it's purely a money laundering operation for drug and weapons cartels and it finances terrorist groups.
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
Manages several public and parapublic pension plans and insurance programs in Quebec.
Despositor billion CAD
Canadian Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan 63,5
The Quebec Pension Plan (QPP), (French: Régie des Rentes du Québec; RRQ) 62,2
The Government of Québec Ministry of Finance 78,5
Supplemental Pension Plan for Employees of the Québec Construction Industry 20,7
Commission de la Santé et de la Sécurité du Travail (CSST), Québec's occupational safety and health agency 15,3
Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) (English: Quebec Automobile Insurance Corporation) 11,3
Government of Singapore Investment Corporation
About as governmental as the Federal Reserve. It's a Private Limited wealth fund in which the Rothschilds are involved.
One of the world's largest investors in infrastructure. The Funds’ investors are predominantly pension funds for public sector and private sector workers around the world. Its funded by countless smaller capital gains companies.
China Investment Corporation
A private organisation depriving the Chinese population of the redistribution of the trillions of China's foreign exchange reserves.
Universities Superannuation Scheme
Well, the tuition fees must be blown on something, don't you think?
In short, it's a club. And you are not in it, I have you know.