Summary: A critical look at the scarcely-reported endeavours which the Gates Foundation is supporting
THIS is the last part of this week’s coverage [1, 2, 3] of the Gates Foundation, whose lesser-known activities have become more blatant in recent years. Dr. Paul Williams, a prolific writer in some major news sites, says that Bill Gates is funding an Islamist movement, potentially but not necessarily taking us back to Bill Gates’ relationship with Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal Al Saud [1, 2].
Bill Gates Funds Gulen Islamist Movement
The Fethullah Gulen movement, which seeks to restore the Ottoman Empire, has found a friend and benefactor in Bill Gates of Microsoft fame. Mr. Gates is ranked the third wealthiest person on planet earth.
In 2007, through the Texas High School Project, the Gates Foundation shelled out $10,550,000 to the Cosmos Foundation, a Gulen enterprise that operates 25 publicly funded charter schools in Texas.
The Internal Revenue Service Form 990 for Cosmos shows that the Cosmos Foundation received $41,570,721 from taxpayers.
“Another empire to permeate and peddle Microsoft products/services to,” remarks Ziomatrix. Gates Keepers accuses Gates of paying Mugabe (source does not quite confirm [1, 2], but maybe we are missing something).
Meanwhile, the press continues to discuss the many billions of dollars the Gates Foundation is investing in companies such as Walmart. Gates has just doubled his investments in Walmart; this was disclosed shortly after having the Walmart management over at Microsoft (with Bill Gates attending) and the press is adding to the list attendees the CEO of Bank of America.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan swings through Seattle
Moynihan met with several hundred of them during his visit. He also met clients and attended Microsoft’s annual CEO summit.
Microsoft is hosting events for government people and bankers. Even Rupert Murdoch attends. Why is Microsoft getting involved in all of this if not in order to influence powerful people?
Here is another new report which we found interesting. “Starbucks co-founder visits coffee program funded by Gates Foundation,” says Bill’s press (the Seattle Times which always glorifies him without exception).
They dropped by the Addis Ababa offices of TechnoServe, which in 2008 announced a four-year, $47 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to be used in its ongoing effort to improve coffee quality — and therefore prices to farmers — in Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda. The program now includes Ethiopia.
This is also covered here, but watch the sole comment on the article. The comment says: “Mr.Jerry Baldwin knows coffee farms was confiscated from the rightful owners in 1975. Still under government control. Land ownership is still not allowed. Not only coffee farms but coffee businesses was confiscated recently, using the communist system before or any excuse now.
“Knowing this Mr. Jerry Baldwin is looking the other way selling coffee from confiscated land. Do you think this will be allowed in America?
“Kind Americans are fooled when they are told this is helping the “poor farmer” The poor farmer used to own the land and coffee and now is watching him and many others doing business with a government who took their land.
“This is stolen coffee not Fair Trade coffee. Tell kind Americans the truth.” █
“The Gates Foundation also held steady with large stakes in fast food chain McDonald’s (MCD), beverage maker Coca-Cola (KO), heavy equipment maker Caterpillar (CAT), waste services firm Waste Management (WM), energy giants Exxon Mobil (XOM) and BP (BP) and discount retailer Wal-Mart (WMT).” (source)