Two investment management companies already own almost the entire global market and plan to form a new worldwide government, an investigative writer said.

Forbidden Knowledge TV publisher Alexandra Bruce has discovered BlackRock and majority shareholder Vanguard control an “immense network” of companies that allegedly operate as a monopoly across various industries.

“The power of these two companies is beyond your imagination,” she said in a video. Not only do they own a large part of the stocks of nearly all big companies but also the stocks of the investors in those companies. This gives them a complete monopoly.”

Bruce revealed so-called “competing” brands such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi are owned by the same group of banks, financial firms, corporations, and even governments.

“Institutional investors we also saw at the bottom six of PepsiCo … are Northern Trust, JPMorgan-Chase, Geode Capital Management and Wellington Management,” she said. “Now, let us look at the biggest stock owners [and] they are BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street. These are the world’s biggest investment firms, so PepsiCo and Coca-Cola are not competitors, at all.”

She also revealed a similar situation with major technology companies like Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Twitter, Google, YouTube, Gmail, and Microsoft.

“We see that 80 percent of the [Facebook] stock is owned by institutional investors [and] … surprisingly, this [Twitter] company is in the hands of the same investors, as well. We see them again, with Apple and even with their biggest competitor, Microsoft,” she said.

“If we look at other big companies in the tech industry that develop and make our computers, TVs, phones and home appliances, we see the same big investors, that together own the majority of the stock. It is true for all industries–I am not exaggerating,” she added.

The publisher cited a Bloomberg report that predicted the above financial firms would invest a total of $20 trillion by the year 2028.

“That means they will be in control most of our money,” she said.

Bruce suspects BlackRock and Vanguard want to own the world’s wealth because it will make it easier for the World Economic Forum (WEF) to declare a “New World Order” in the year 2030. Essentially, this would allow the United Nations (UN) to form a global government under the pretense of eradicating “poverty, hunger, pollution, and disease.”

“The plan is that Agenda 2030 will be paid by us, the citizens [and,] just like they ask of us now to give away our rights for public health, they will ask us to give away our wealth to battle poverty,” she said. “The UN wants taxes from Western countries to be split by the mega corporations of the elite to create a brand new society … for this project, the UN says we need a world government—namely the UN itself.”

“The UN agrees with [WEF Executive Chairman Klaus] Schwab that a pandemic is a golden chance to accelerate the implementation of Agenda 2030. It is worrisome that the WEF and the UN openly admit that pandemics and other catastrophes can be used to reshape society–we must not think lightly about this and do thorough research,” she added.