The Legacy-Holder Inheritors

What are Legacy-Holder inheritors?

A Legacy-Holder inheritor receives the benefit of a trust, foundation, land, industry, or intellectual property by virtue of inheritance.

Sixty-seven percent of United States citizens can not afford to retire because they are impoverished and live at or below the poverty index.  This group may have retired early ahead of 65 and received a paltry, penalty-reduced monthly check.  The next 32 percent who are able to retire do so with modest to substantial wealth, assets, and protections.  The remaining one percent are the Legacy Holders.  This group is less than a million people in the United States and these citizens are of course incredibly wealthy (multimillionaires and billionaires), but wealth does not outweigh legacy and this group is laser-focused on building their legacy.  Most included in this category are unknown, have a quiet media profile if any, and socialize amongst themselves and those vetted by their clique.  Think Davos, Bilderberg, BIS, Club of Rome, CFR, The 13 Families and the list goes on.  These individuals have the goal of legacy creation and are born into or learn throughout their lifetimes how to create it.  The legacy would be the equivalent of a brand.

Most legacies are passed down from generation to generation as with the Johnson & Johnson empire. In this case, filmmaker Jamie Johnson inherits the Johnson & Johnson legacy, as a family member-holder.  Families generally hold legacy in the form of trusts, foundations, and private corporations with some interestingly-enough publicly held.  However, the ultimate holder is generally the family.

Rory John, Jennifer Katherine and Phoebe are the legacy-holder inheritors of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Microsoft wealth and various other holdings.

Legacy-holder inheritors are general unknown to the public which is the desired goal.  The holders, the family, absorb any abuse or scorn from the public, but meanwhile nest and school the inheritors into their roles and associations ensuring a smooth and well-planned transition into power when the appropriate time arrives to “go public.”

Legacy-holders inheritors are also vulnerable .