A Secret Strategy for Power Consolidation by Financial and Tech Industries

In this piece, we will explore the idea that the banking crisis of 2008 may have been a carefully planned event by certain actors in the financial and tech industries who saw an opportunity to consolidate their power and influence over the global economy.  

  • Factors that contributed to the financial crisis could reveal there is a more insidious agenda at play. 
  • By recognizing the hidden agenda, we may be able to prevent similar crises from happening in the future. 


The financial and banking crisis in the US had far-reaching consequences. The global recession that followed affected millions of people around the world, and it took years for many countries to recover. The coincidence of the banking crisis and the rise of tech stocks may not be a mere coincidence, but rather a carefully planned and orchestrated event by some actors with vested interests in both industries.  

Diving in, we may find some hidden motives and agendas behind the crisis, beyond what is apparent on the surface. While there were many factors that contributed to the crisis, including the subprime mortgage crisis and excessive risk-taking by financial institutions, there was a hidden agenda lurking behind the scenes. This agenda involved the consolidation of power and influence by certain actors in the financial and tech industries, who saw an opportunity to use the crisis to their advantage. 

What’s Behind the Banking Crisis 

The hidden agenda behind the banking crisis was centered around the rise of tech stocks. In the years leading up to the crisis, tech companies were becoming increasingly dominant in the global economy. Companies like Big Tech giants, Google, Apple, and Facebook were posting record profits, and investors were pouring money into these companies in the hopes of getting a piece of the action. This influx of capital fueled a tech bubble, which eventually burst in 2000, leading to a significant market correction. 

To put it simply, rather than learn from this experience, many investors and tech companies continued to pour money into the sector, causing another tech bubble to form. This time, the bubble was fueled by easy credit and a lax regulatory environment. Financial institutions, eager to capitalize on the tech boom, began to invest heavily in tech stocks, creating complex financial instruments that were difficult to understand and even harder to value. When the bubble burst in 2008, the financial system was left in shambles. 

While this may seem like a case of greed and shortsightedness, there was a more insidious agenda at play.  

The banking crisis provided an opportunity for certain actors in the financial and tech industries to consolidate their power and influence over the global economy. As the crisis unfolded, governments around the world were forced to step in and provide bailouts to financial institutions that were too big to fail. This resulted in a massive transfer of wealth from taxpayers to the financial elite, who were able to use the crisis to strengthen their grip on the global economy. 

Final Thought 

While many people suffered because of the crisis, a small group of actors in the financial and tech industries used the crisis to their advantage. By consolidating their power and influence over the global economy, these actors were able to further their own interests at the expense of everyone else. As we look back on the events, it is important to remember that the crisis was not just the result of greed and shortsightedness, but also a deliberate strategy by those seeking to consolidate their power. Only by recognizing this hidden agenda can we hope to prevent a similar crisis from happening in the future. 

Disclosure: It is worth mentioning that the claims made in this article are controversial and may not be universally accepted. 

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