BILLIONAIRE GOES TO WAR!

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Time stated that it was difficult to differentiate between the wealth of the dictator and that of the Soviet Union. This is simply because his control of the USSR was so complete that he was able to leverage the country’s economic might for any reason he saw fit. Three years before his death, USSR made up nearly 9.5% of the global GDP, making it one of the richest nations in the world.

BILIONAIRE GOES TO WAR!

History will record the two top headlines by a newspaper (to go into the world archives) for this day…..

2/22/2022

(Add it up folks! This is the number of The Little Beast!)

Both of these headlines were written by me, a candidate for governor of Oregon!

PUTIN IS A SNEAKY FUCK!

Mt first verbal opinion suggested Putin is having a “Rosebud” moment, a complete mental breakdown because this billionaire was been denied the Ukraine, as if it was his boyhood snow sled. He owns the Russian Press. I saw a headline that says Putin has CAPTURED PEOPLE – which I demand Pope Francis address on public T.V. – because he is saying he took them as RELIGIOUS HOSTAGES for their own good….for the salvation of their souls. Joseph Stalin did the same thing, and it is estimated he was worth

$17,500,000,000.00 TRILLION DOLLARS!

As a historian and religious scholar, I believe all I can do is write a review of the behavior of the super rich, like……..

NEW YORK BILLIONAIRE RUNS FOR PRESIDENT!

No one else’s history – matters.

John Presco ‘Candidate for Governor of Oregon’

Theories emerge on how Russian President Vladimir Putin amassed $200 billion fortune

As the threat of a Ukraine-Russian war looms, all eyes are on Vladimir Putin, with questions being raised about the leader’s rumoured multibillion-dollar fortune.

Ally Foster@allyjfoster

4 min read

February 22, 2022 – 3:51PM

As the threat of a Ukraine-Russian war looms, all eyes are on Vladimir Putin, with questions being raised about the leader’s rumoured multibillion-dollar fortune.

CEO’s shocking $137m payday slammed

With everyone closely watching Russia’s every move as it sits poised for an invasion of Ukraine, fresh questions have begun to swirl around the country’s leader and his mysterious fortune.

Questions over Russian President Vladimir Putin’s personal wealth comes as US President Joe Biden revealed plans to impose new sanctions on two breakaway regions in Ukraine.

The announcement came after Mr Putin declared he would recognise the independence of these two regions, prompting Mr Biden to announce he would issue an executive order “that will prohibit new investment, trade and financing by US persons to, from, or in” the areas.

This has brought the focus back to the Russian President’s vast personal wealth, though his exact net worth is still unclear.

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin on vacation. (Photo by Alexei Nikolsky\TASS via Getty Images)

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on vacation. (Photo by Alexei Nikolsky\TASS via Getty Images)

According to the Kremlin, Mr Putin earns around 8.6 million roubles a year ($A149,000), but, according to experts, this is far from the true extent of his wealth.

The Russian leader is rumoured to own multiple homes, fleets of yachts, cars and even secret presidential palaces worth hundreds of billions of dollars.

Former Russian government adviser Stanislav Belkovsky recently estimated his fortune to be worth around $US70 billion ($A97.4 billion), while US hedge fund manager Bill Browder told The Washington Post it was more like $US200 billion ($A278.4 billion).

Richest People of All Time: From Genghis Khan To Jeff Bezos, These Are the Billionaires Who Ruled the World

These are 12 of the richest people of all time.

Mar 15, 2021 | By Joseph Low

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Ask anyone who the richest person of all time might be and more often than not, they would name Jeff Bezos, CEO of the e-commerce giant, Amazon. Having a similar query in mind, we decided to take up the challenge to find out who takes the elusive title of being the richest person of all time.

Time magazine decided to take up the challenge to find out just who holds the enviable title of being the richest person of all time. This of course resulted in extensive research, consultations with numerous experts from around the world and deep dives into archives that may very well have been long forgotten. The work and perseverance paid off as we now have the answer, which we have our own twist on. This revised list, as of 2021, below covers 12 individuals, combining both genders, based as far as possible on wealth as represented by current GDP standards. If you’re looking for the current list of the richest women in the world, we have just updated it.

Genghis Khan (Lots of land)

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An example of how wealth cannot be limited to monetary value, the Mongolian leader comes in at the bottom of the exclusive list. His claim to glory? It happens to be the vast amounts of land he owned from his rule over what would become the world’s largest contiguous empire. An admirable quality about the formidable ruler was that he built no palace, temple or tomb, unlike other wealthy rulers of his time.

Jeff Bezos ($182 Billion)

Bezos was the first to surpass the $100 billion mark on November 24, 2017, which conferred him the title of being the wealthiest person in the world by Forbes on March 6, 2018, with a net worth of $112 billion. The first centi-billionaire on the Forbes wealth index, he was named the “richest man in modern history” after his net worth increased to $150 billion in July 2018.

Alan Rufus a.k.a Alan the Red ($194 Billion)

The nephew of William the Conqueror, Alan the Red joined his uncle in the Norman Conquest. Upon his death, he is believed to have had a mere £11,000 to his name; however, this amounted to nearly 7% of England’s GDP. On balance, in today’s terms, Alan the Red can be legitimately be considered one or the richest of all time.

John D. Rockefeller ($341 Billion)

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He first built his wealth in 1863 by investing in the petroleum industry at the age of 27. Two decades later, his company was in control of 90% of America’s oil production. By 1918, he was estimated to be worth nearly 2% of U.S GDP. His wealth also includes the iconic Rockefeller Centre in the heart of New York City.

Andrew Carnegie ($372 Billion)

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Originally a Scottish immigrant, the steel magnate sold his company to J.P Morgan for $480 Million (2.1% of U.S GDP). In terms of 2014, this makes Carnegie richer than Rockefeller by a little bit over $31 billion, though they are on a level playing field in terms of iconic buildings bearing their name. Carnegie Hall anyone?

Catherine the Great ($1.5 Trillion)

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She assumed power after her husband’s assassination in 1762 and from then the Russian ruler amassed not only considerable wealth and land but also political power. With an empire valued at nearly 5% of the global GDP, the longest-reigning female Russian monarch certainly deserves a place among the elite.

Joseph Stalin ($7.5 Trillion)

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Time stated that it was difficult to differentiate between the wealth of the dictator and that of the Soviet Union. This is simply because his control of the USSR was so complete that he was able to leverage the country’s economic might for any reason he saw fit. Three years before his death, USSR made up nearly 9.5% of the global GDP, making it one of the richest nations in the world.

Empress Wu (22.7% GDP)

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Rising from the ranks as the concubine of two Chinese emperors, is no easy feat. Her ruthlessness and desire for power, even extended to her children, one of whom she is reported to have killed as an infant, to depose the main consort of the King — in short, she would have put Cercsi Lannister to shame. She built the wealth of the country by trading tea and silk on the Silk Road and expanded the Imperial China into central Asia.

Akbar I (25% GDP)

He was said to be one of the greatest emperors of India’s Mughal dynasty, accounting for a quarter of the global GDP. With an effective empire that gained its profits by extracting wealth from its population, the Mughal dynasty wealth was said to rival that of Elizabethan England.

Emperor Shenzong (25 – 30% global GDP)

Clearly we are stepping into the big league here with our top three. Our third in line to the crown of richest people of all time is Chinese Emperor Shenzong. As the leader of China’s economically powerful Song Dynasty, Emperor Shenzong held considerable control over the economy. A main source of its wealth came from technological innovations and tax collection that were ahead of its time.

Augustus Caesar ($4.6 Trillion)

To put the Roman Emperor’s wealth into perspective, imagine being in-charge of an empire that produced 25 – 30 % of the world’s economic output. Now imagine having one-fifth of that amount as your personal wealth. As if that wasn’t enough, Stanford professor Ian Morris concludes that he personally owned all of Egypt, for a while.

Mansa Musa (Richer than anyone could describe)

The top of our list is none other than Mansa Musa. You know you’ve made it when no one can describe how rich you are. The King of Timbuktu from the 14th century presided over what was the largest producer of gold in the world, when gold was in high demand. The best description that has been given is in the form of pictures that depict him holding a sceptre of gold, on a throne of gold, holding a cup of gold with a golden crown.

This story has been updated and written in-house, based on a report from Time Magazine. Slider image credit: Getty Images

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