Corporate Transnational Warlord Pirates Are On the Run

By the American Intelligence Media and Americans For Innovation

President Trump’s new executive order has declared a “national emergency” as a declaration of war against all forms of crime – not just human trafficking and human rights abuses.

Criminals from Saudi Arabia to Washington, D.C. knew this was coming from the moment Trump was elected.

The Obama “age of lawlessness” has come to an end and the new sheriff in town is the fastest gunslinger (tweet-slinger) around.

That is why Frederick William “Bill” McNabb III, Eric Schimdt, and the 200 or so other top CEOs are resigning their compromised posts and running for cover.

Of course, some have already been called out for sexual harassment, pedophilia, and theft, among others crimes. Some are just resigning, gathering up their off-shore monies and hiding, while other corporate Alpha Dogs are just moving to another position in the company in an effort to create distance from their crimes and possible plausible deniability before the second shoe drops.

The CEOs (corporate warlords) of some of the largest companies in the world have coincidentally “stepped down” at the same time that the first president in U.S. history formally announced a “national emergency” and a type of war against every criminal in America, the international corporate world, and every country and organization in the world that wishes to break U.S. laws, including the U.N. which Trump has already “called out” for its crimes and has begun to defund them.

Just look at the tidal waves that Trump recently caused in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Iran, etc. by simply announcing that America was now going to be moral and honest.

Does the phrase “too much winning” come to mind?

Trump has named 13 international criminals in his executive order (EO) whose funds and assets have already been seized. He also mentioned in the EO that there is an Annex list that names 39 other criminals and/or criminal organizations, including foreign nations.

Thus, every criminal in the world who has an off-shore account should be shaking in their boots. The U.S. Treasury can seize assets anywhere in the world and certainly have done so many times before through executive orders. But Trump’s new EO is the most comprehensive and all-encompassing war on transnational criminals ever written by a president.

The Anonymous Patriots explained to their subscribers what Eric Schimdt is up to with his continuing plans to take over the world after stepping down from being the CEO of Google. See audio below:

Evil Schmidt finalEric Schmidt Steps Down as CEO

But when we see the CEO of Vanguard, one of the largest investment companies in the world with over 5 trillion dollars in managed assets, step down from the cushiest CEO job in the world – you know that Trump has the lawless corporate warlords extremely nervous. 

These corporate warlords are covering their criminal trails like Hillary bleaching her server.

Decades of negligent government oversight of huge transnational corporations, like Vanguard and Google, have lead the CEOs to be very careless in their crimes which created a long and clear trail of evidence that was ignored by the Daddy Bush / Clinton /  Bush Jr. / Obama administrations. Crime had become a way of life and the Queen of Thieves was ready to ascend the ultimate throne of crime – the White House.

Vanguard is the Financial Death Star to a Free People

The CEO of Vanguard, Frederick William “Bill” McNabb III, like hundreds of other CEOs simply got out while they could because they certainly know that they are guilty and could come to be identified as one of the already named Annex list 39 that are going down next.

Bill McNabb
In August 2008, Frederick William (“Bill”) McNabb III, was appointed CEO of the Vanguard Group.
McNabb, who presided over ALL the investments in the table above, resigned unexpectedly on July 13, 2017.


Trump will be known in history for bringing back the “rule of law” to a country that had already been sold out to the highest transnational bidders.

Bill, Hillary and Obama sold America out to China, Russia, North Korea, Iran, the United Nations, to name a few, through criminal conspiracies.

International corporate warlords (including warlord brokers like Vanguard) sold America out for their own greed and control.

For instance, Vanguard is the largest investor in companies that have the greatest number of U.S. military contracts.

Vanguard is the “poster corporation” for the military industrial complex that sells war to both sides and profits double.

Vanguard is also a criminal enterprise that has been sued many times and has avoided approximately $65 billion in taxes through spurious means.

Vanguard is beyond a monopoly. They are the modern version of the U.S.S.R. centrally planned economy – in the full control of the Deep State rogue C.I.A. shadow government.

The U.S. Constitution is an annoyance in their new world


Vanguard is the largest stockholder in JPMorgan, Bank of America, Blackrock, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Royal Bank of Canada, State Street Corp, UBS, Wells Fargo–the best of the warlord bankers.


Vanguard is the largest stockholder in AT&T, Verizon, CenturyLink, Frontier Communications, T-Mobile—the best of the warlord telecoms.


Vanguard is the largest stockholder in 21st Century Fox, ABC, CBS, CNN (Time Warner), Comcast (NBC), Disney, News Corp, Viacom—the best of the warlord media companies.


Vanguard is the largest stockholder in IBM, Samsung, Canon, Intel, Google, Qualcomm, GE, Microsoft, LG Corp, Taiwan Semiconductor, Sony, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Baidu ADR, Cisco, Dell/VMWare, Genentech, Juniper Networks, Netflix, Oracle, Twitter, Verisign, Visa, Wal-Mart, Xerox, Zynga—the best of the modern Internet warlords.

Big Pharma

Vanguard is the largest stockholder in Abbott Labs, Abbvie, Amgen, Biogen, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Eli Lilly, Gilead Sciences, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Novartis, Pfizer, Roche—the best of the Big Pharma warlords (working to extinguish you).


Vanguard is the largest shareholder in BAE Systems, Boeing, General Dynamics, Humana, L3 Communications, Lockheed-Martin (second largest), Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, United Technologies—the best of the supreme warlords.

Message to McNabb: You Can Run But You Cannot Hide

Frederick William “Bill” McNabb III has very good reasons to obfuscate his CEO decisions that were criminal. This type of criminal corporate behavior was accepted as “standard operating procedure” during the Clinton/Bush/Obama administrations, which condoned unregulated corporate fleecing of America that was not policed by the criminally compromised Department of Justice.

Run but not hideTo Frederick William “Bill” McNabb III, prior CEO of Vanguard, and Eric Schimdt, prior CEO of Google, and the other hundreds of CEOs “stepping down” from positions at the top of the corporate pyramid, we have a message for you  — You can run but you cannot hide!

Why is Trump Targeting Transnational Corporations?

When you look at the shareholders of the largest corporate military contractors, media companies, technology companies, patent holders, Internet companies, telecommunications companies, you find Vanguard.

Vanguard is a notorious warlord corporation that is owned by banks and a network of corporations who are all interconnected.

Trump is up against warlord brokers and bankers who own 43,000 transnational companies which comprise 60% of the world’s income.

The top 1,300 transnational companies generate about 20% of the world’s income, and 80% of the ownership of the top 1300 corporations is in the hands of 737 corporations world-wide. Of those 737 corporations, 147 corporations directly own 40% of the income.

These corporations in turn own industry, oil, weapons, perpetual military contracts, pharmaceuticals, food, telecom, IT and the other profitable companies – especially war related.

Essentially, these elite corporations own each other through shared stock and investments.

These transnational corporations have silently declared war on America years ago and were winning until Trump came to office.

Pirate-Free-PNG-ImageVanguard is an excellent example of the type of transnational criminal corporations (may we say pirates) that Trump has declared war upon. He has already “kicked ass” (seized assets) and “taken names” (the Annex list of 39). Interestingly enough, some of the names on Trump’s “naughty” list are good friends of Hillary and Bill.

The bottom line is basically that the CEOs jumping ship are simply letting Trump know that they are guilty and should be put on his “naughty” list, if they weren’t already there to begin with.

Is Vanguard on Trump’s Naughty List?

CEO McNabb has been involved in Vanguard’s many financial scams. For instance, by design, the Vanguard Group does not earn any profits, even though every other major mutual fund company does. This is an elaborate way of paying less or no taxes. In one case, Vanguard did not charge its own “member” investors $19.8 billion in investment fees in 2007 and did not pay almost $35 billion in taxes.

In June of 2017, Vanguard had to pay Brazil’s Petrobras shareholders $445 million over corruption charges. While Petrobras managed to settle with most of the shareholders out of court, a class-action suit in which plaintiffs claim tens of billions of dollars in damages remains active in New York federal court.

The Vanguard Group is not an independent company; it is owned by all the investors in Vanguard mutual funds, and one board of directors oversees both. Vanguard Group does not take a profit from the mutual funds it manages because of its unique structure. Making a profit matters because of a widely used tax dodge involving related companies, known as transfer pricing.

The goal of such maneuvers is earning “stateless income”, so-called because no government taxes the profit. This is tax evasion, plain and simple. Also, another scam at Vanguard is that nobody has any idea what anyone at Vanguard makes as salary. They can pay themselves whatever they want because it’s a “black box without any disclosures.”

Does Vanguard sound like a corporation that might be, or need to be, on Trump’s Annex list of 39 criminals?

The 200 or more corporate CEOs who have recently resigned might just be the tip of the iceberg.  Trump has upset the applecart of DC lawlessness and the criminal apple venders don’t know which way to run first to pick up their apples.

More and more it appears that the Art of the Deal may actually be the Art of War.

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The Vanguard Cabal Steals Patents to Create New Value off the Backs of Real Inventors



On Aug. 06, 2009, IBM’s chief intellectual property counsel David J. Kappos was appointed director of the U.S. Patent Office by Barack Obama in a rare recess appointment. Notably, Kappos had to quickly sell off his up to $2.5 million in IBM stock in one month between Aug. 19 – Nov. 16, 2009.

A week later Kappos hurriedly purchased up to $1.1 million in Vanguard mutual funds, on Oct. 27, 2009.


Kappos had to sell his IBM stock quickly to respond to Obama’s  August 2009 recess appointment. He put all of his chips down on Vanguard. What did he know that We The People did not? See Kappos’ financial disclosure here.

Two weeks after Kappos bought Vanguard exclusively, Facebook filed a complaint with Kappos’ new Patent Office.

They asked Kappos to invalidate Leader’s patent on social networking using a bizarre “reexamination” provision that is being tested right now at the U.S. Supreme Court is nakedly unconstitutional since it takes back property rights already granted. The “reexamination” concept was promoted by none other than Leader Technologies former patent attorney James P. Chandler, III in the mid-1990’s under Bill Clinton.

Facebook subsequently lost these invalidation arguments three times before asking Kappos a fourth time to invoke never-used directorial power to invalidate the patent just before he departed in 2013.

As readers can see from the table below, Vanguard is now Facebook’s largest shareholder.

Vanguard is now IBM’s largest shareholder where Kappos worked from twenty-five years.

Vanguard is the largest shareholder for all of Facebook’s initial public offering underwriter banks.

IBM is the largest holder of patents in the world.

Remarkably, the 12 largest patent grants in 2016 are ALL members of the IBM Eclipse Foundation. Eclipse was used to distribute Leader Technologies’ social networking invention to these companies after its formation on Nov. 29, 2001.

As described earlier, Vanguard is the largest shareholder in ALL of the chief beneficiaries of Leader Technologies’ social networking invention..


The Vanguard Group holdings in: (a) the top 12 patent grantees in 2016, plus Facebook, (b) banks and underwriters promoting the Facebook initial public offering, (c) technology/social companies, (d)mainstream media, (e) telecommunications companies, (f) military-industrial companies, (g) pharmaceutical companies

Year: 2009 2016 2009-current 2017
No. of Patents Issued in the year:
No. of Patents Issued in the year:
IBM Eclipse Foundation Member:
The Vanguard Group holdings in the Company:
Patent Holders:
IBM 1 4,887 1 8,023 Yes Largest
Samsung 2 3,592 2 5,504 Yes Second*
Canon 4 2,241 3 3,865 Yes Largest
Intel 10 1,134 4 3,414 Yes Largest
Google 144 141 5 3,267 Yes Largest
Qualcomm 60 356 6 3,118 Yes Largest
GE 11 1,739 7 2,566 Yes Largest
Microsoft 3 2,929 8 2,558 Yes Largest
LG Corp 11 1,064 9 2,426 Yes Largest
Taiwan Semi 67 311 10 2,261 Yes Largest
Sony 8 1,565 11 2,168 Yes Largest
Apple 72 289 12 2,101 Yes Largest
Facebook ~** 20 90 442 Yes Largest
JPMorgan Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Bank of America Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Blackrock Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Citigroup Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Deutsche Bank Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Goldman Sachs Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Morgan Stanley Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Royal Bank of Canada Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
State Street Corp Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
UBS Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Wells Fargo Facebook underwriter Yes Largest
Amazon Yes Largest
Baidu ADR Yes Largest
Cisco Yes Largest
Dell/VMWare Yes Largest
Genentech Yes Largest
Juniper Networks Yes Largest
Netflix Yes Largest
Oracle Yes Largest
Twitter Yes Largest
Verisign Yes Largest
Visa Yes Largest
Wal-Mart Yes Largest
Xerox Yes Largest
Zynga Yes Largest
21st Century Fox Yes Largest
ABC Yes Largest
CBS Yes Largest
CNN (Time Warner) Yes Largest
Comcast (NBC) Yes Largest
Disney Yes Largest
News Corp Yes Largest
Viacom Yes Largest
AT&T Yes Largest
Verizon Yes Largest
CenturyLink Yes Largest
Frontier Communications Yes Largest
T-Mobile Yes Largest
BAE Systems Yes Largest
Boeing Yes Largest
General Dynamics Yes Largest
Humana Yes Largest
L3 Communications Yes Largest
Lockheed-Martin Yes Second
Monsanto Yes Largest
Northrop Grumman Yes Largest
Raytheon Yes Largest
United Technologies Yes Largest
Abbott Labs Yes Largest
Abbvie Yes Largest
Amgen Yes Largest
Biogen Yes Largest
Bristol-Meyers Squibb Yes Largest
Eli Lilly Yes Largest
Gilead Sciences Yes Largest
Johnson & Johnson Yes Largest
Merck Yes Largest
Pfizer Yes Largest
Roche Yes Largest

* Largest Samsung shareholder: Capital Research and Management Company
Sources: Intellectual Property Owners Association; Morningstar.


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