Bricks in Kenosha? Again? Pay No Attention to the Brick Wizard Behind the Curtain....
Follow the Money Trail Road....
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Let’s talk about the mysterious bricks surfacing in Kenosha….
There are already calls of suspicious activity coming through the police scanner.
Hmm… preparing for the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict already, are we?
This should all sound familiar because it’s how we got into this mess to begin with….
In 2020, during the Kenosha riots when Kyle Rittenhouse was arrested, mysterious bricks were delivered. In fact, every single city where a riot broke out had stacks and stacks of bricks delivered, seemingly out of nowhere. In most places, security had been disabled so that no one could access security camera videos and see who delivered the bricks in stacks off of trucks on huge pallets.
Naturally, if you happen to put this question in front of thousands of curious researchers who have fun working together and you ask, “Who is the Brick Wizard?” it’s basically like firing off a shot at the beginning of a race.
Urged to “follow the bricks,” we dove right in….
Pro tip: Many of the tweets from the corresponding dates in late May through early June 2020 regarding the bricks and their timeline have mysteriously since disappeared from Twitter. (Really. I’m shocked.)
It’s a good thing Telegram creates a hard backup of the media when you post so you never have to lose anything that Twitter decides to censor.
Note: these tweets I’m posting - these are ALL GONE.
ALL OF THEM.
Aww. “Acme Brick.” That’s real cute….
And… it’s go time.
From here, it takes us all of ten seconds to figure it out after grabbing the photos down off of Twitter.
We’re a smidge kind of good at what we do….
And, you know, humble.
Acme Brick is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway.
And that would be Warren Buffett.
And that's Bill Gates's mentor.
Behold the Brick Wizard.
List of assets owned by Berkshire Hathaway. First on the list is Acme Brick Company.
So we wonder, “Do the rest of these links from the budget disclosure track back to BH? Huge stakes in Amazon (made billions off the lockdowns) and Apple (contact tracing). Also Costco.”
And I’ll be honest - I wasn’t thinking this through entirely yet. Later, it dawned on me that the purpose for holding that much Apple clearly would be to short it when the Three Gorges dam finally collapses and all of Apple’s production facilities are downstream of the water flow in a place with zero drainage infrastructure… like, say… nowish?
So… we wanted to know what else he owns. And the pieces started to fit together. Kinda like interlocking bricks….
Edwards, J. (2019). What Does Warren Buffett Own? Investopedia. [online] Available here: https://www.investopedia.com/articles/markets/112415/what-exactly-does-warren-buffett-own.asp
Yahoo Finance. (2021). The Berkshire Hathaway Portfolio. Yahoo Finance. https://finance.yahoo.com/u/yahoo-finance/watchlists/the-berkshire-hathaway-portfolio/
Friedman, Z. (2019). Yes, Warren Buffett Really Owns 7 Of Your Favorite Companies. Forbes. [online] Available here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/zackfriedman/2019/01/22/warren-buffett-owns-these-7-companies/
Buffett's stocks have made a killing off of covid lockdowns. (Also, he shorted the airlines and made a killing on that too.)
The Trump administration was bringing antitrust/conspiracy charges against Teva (in Buffett’s portfolio) which Teva tried to simply walk away from, thinking there was no way the admin would pursue this during a “pandemic,” and even published a ballsy press release to that effect when the US did bring charges. Teva is in generics. They ended up donating an obscene amount of hydroxychloroquine. And they make azithromyacin. Both are, of course, used as treatments for covid.
At this point, coverage from Zero Hedge drops:
Durden, T. (2020). More Bricks Appear In Advance Of Monday Demonstrations In Baltimore, Texas. Zero Hedge. [online] Available here: https://www.zerohedge.com/political/its-setup-mysteriously-staged-bricks-appear-throughout-major-protest-cities
Baltimore, huh? You'd think with all that Baltimore aerial surveillance we'd have an ID on who's dropping bricks by now....
At that time, Arnold Ventures had funded an entire Baltimore aerial surveillance program. The same pallets have surfaced in multiple cities, including Baltimore, which has crazy aerial surveillance in place. So Baltimore should have been able to pull footage on the brick drop in their city.
Except that the Arnolds who funded the aerial surveillance in Baltimore - their firm's director used to work for the Gates Foundation. Part of the press puff piece was how they started AV as an answer to Gates's call for all billionaires to step into “philanthropy.” Apparently, surveilling all of Baltimore from the sky without the citizens’ consent is somehow philanthropic.
Wake me up when the doublespeak is over….
With this group, damn near everything means the opposite of what it says. For instance, "child trafficking charities" are ways to hide trafficking children. Notice they’re not called “anti-trafficking” charities. “Covid treatment” is not called “anti-covid treatment.” “Cancer treatment” is not called “anti-cancer treatment.”
This is like living in a Chuck Palahniuk novel.
This dropped from Timcast:
Timcast. (2020). NYPD Says Evidence PROVES Rioting Is Planned, "Activists" Caught Giving Out Bricks To Protesters. Bitchute. [online] Available here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/RivUUU1hE_I/
Then we started to notice something really weird.
We started to see all of this divide and conquer interplay with oligarchs, politicians, business people, and corporate entities paying off criminals via an elaborate bail money laundering scheme that funneled money from non-profit organizations to the courts to be returned to the criminals through the bail system, not back to the non-profits.
And, no matter which trail we followed… bricks, drugs, stocks, banks, non-profits, corporations… it didn’t matter… every single money trail led us back to the same groups: Vanguard, BlackRock, State Street, and Berkshire Hathaway.
Vanguard, BlackRock, State Street, and Berkshire Hathaway are the four largest investment firms on the planet.
They own literally everything. There is no competition. There is only the illusion of competition.
So, ultimately, if you want to know where the bricks are coming from, we're really looking at asymmetric warfare funded by many billionaires on behalf of the entire cabal to destabilize America.
And the only things they fear are unity and people like Kyle Rittenhouse.
Special thanks to Ramblin.