Updated: Nov 22, 2020
What do you really know about Bill Gates?
Original Source: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/bill-gates-eugenicist-philanthropist
Let’s see … he co-founded Microsoft and has billions of dollars. According to Wikipedia, Gates is “an American business magnate, software developer, investor, and philanthropist.”
You might have heard that Gates recently resigned from the board of Microsoft to focus full time on “philanthropy” and also “global health and vaccines.”
Sounds like a great guy!
But exactly what qualifications does the founder of a trillion-dollar software behemoth have to be a leader in “global health and vaccines”?
Nevertheless, the mainstream media “teleprompter readers” (sorry, I meant “anchors”) were thrilled, especially in light of the February announcement that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was committing an additional $100 million to fight COVID-19.
THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION
The BMGF is the world’s largest private foundation with more than $50 billion in assets. It is the second largest donor to the WHO next to the U.S. government.
But have you ever wondered how and why the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) came into being?
Were you aware that the BMGF was originally created to help “gloss over” Bill’s shredded reputation during Microsoft’s antitrust trial in the late 1990s?
You see, Microsoft was accused of trying to create a monopoly that led to the collapse of rival Netscape by giving its browser software for free. During the 18 month trial which began in May 1998, Gates gave hours of videotaped testimony in which he was transparently evasive, pompous, and egotistical. You can watch the testimony here, if you have the stomach to watch Gates for a prolonged period of time.
During the deposition, he regularly gave nebulous and ambiguous answers and muttered “I don’t recall” so many times that even the presiding judge had to snicker. He also made a long list of claims that would soon be directly refuted in court by comparison to his own emails. (TRANSLATION: Gates lied … A LOT)
Throughout the trial, Gates and Microsoft took a public relations beating, so they began what was referred to as a “charm offensive” aimed at improving their image. It was during this time that Gates discovered the “wonders of charitable giving.” (wink wink) Remember … billionaire-funded “philanthropy” is usually a PR scam.
The fact of the matter is that between the beginning of the trial and the verdict, Gates contributed $20.3 billion (yes, that’s BILLION) to the BMGF. According to Ken Auletta, author of the 2001 book World War 3.0: Microsoft and Its Enemies, the contributions “became part of Microsoft’s PR effort to humanize Gates.” In other words, Gates used the donations to help “rebrand” his name as a philanthropist, when in actuality the donations were nothing more than a fig leaf to rebuild his reputation of being a ruthless, predatory, condescending, ruling-class jerk. And the mainstream media was more than happy to help spit-shine his reputation as a “generous benefactor of humanity” instead of a petty, bullying scumbag.
Between 2002 and 2012, Gates sold an estimated $22 billion in Microsoft stock but contributed only $3.7 billion of that to the BMGF. That’s less than 20%. Let’s just say Bill wasn’t too worried about “food money” or “paying the rent” with the remaining $18.3 billion.
GATES, GMOs & GEOENGINEERING
In 2006, the BMGF donated $100 million and formed an alliance with the Rockefeller Foundation to help spur a “green revolution” in Africa, with a major focus being to encourage the use of pesticides and “advanced” (i.e. GMO) seeds.
In 2010, the BMGF purchased 500,000 shares in Monsanto, the world’s largest producer of GMO food as well as pesticides like glyphosate (Roundup), making it abundantly clear that this so-called benevolent charity is up to something other than eradicating disease and feeding the world’s poor.
Since 2015, the BMGF has donated a total of $15 million to two global campaigns aimed at “ending world hunger” by encouraging small farmers around the world to use GMOs.
Interestingly, while the BMGF is heavily promoting GMO to farmers, at the same time it’s investing in the ‘Doomsday Crop Diversity Vault,’ a seed bank located in Norway. Other investors include the Norwegian government, the Rockefeller Foundation, and major GMO seed and agrochemical companies.
Food for thought … Why is the BMGF pushing GMO seeds (which destroy the plant seed varieties) while at the same time investing tens of millions of dollars to preserve every seed variety known in a bomb-proof doomsday vault near the remote Arctic Circle “so that crop diversity can be conserved for the future”? Think about it.
Since 2007, Gates has been personally funding and closely involved in the Fund