Summary: Bill Gates changes historical records about Microsoft offences and also ensures that blogs tell his own false stories, all by simply paying some money to bloggers (and very strategically so)
THE Gates Foundation is on a roll. Why do good when you can simply pay for channels of communications to claim that you do good, even when you just do business and make a profit? The behaviour of Gates troubles us greatly because it’s a repetition of the Rockefeller plot, where over time plutocratic villains are being cast as heroes. This partly relies on the passing of generations and people’s lack of taste for history classes. It is so easy to ensure when one also controls schools (translated into Spanish).
So, Gates is still distorting not only news sites like the one shown in the previous post but also blogs, which some perceive as more trusted than corporate media. We have given examples before where Gates paid blogs to cover things in his favour and we also showed examples where these bloggers deleted old text which was critical of Microsoft shortly after Gates had paid the bloggers. History is being rewritten as people are essentially being bribed and nothing gets said about the conflict of interest when Gates-funded Web sites sing praises about him and his business. “A Grade for the Gates Foundation from one of its grantees” says this item from two weeks ago:
Here GOOD, which is funded by the Gates Foundation, says that the Gates Foundation gives itself an A. Anyone see a conflict of interest here?
“Even Gates Foundation boosters cannot help notice a growing influence of the Gates Foundation on the media” points out the same Gates watcher, which links to “The Top 10 in 2010 Global Health Communication” (site allegedly funded by Gates). Here is what it says:
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation upped its growing influence in global health communications considerably: In August, it transferred its “Living Proof” campaign to the ONE Campaign. In September, it helped The Guardian newspaper launch a new global development website. And in October, it helped ABC launch a global health series, “Be the Change; Save a Life,” that aired its first episode on ABC’s 20/20 on Dec. 17.
We have so much more to say in response to the above but not enough time. The spin from this “Gates Foundation booster” turns negatives into positives. There is a conflict of interest there.
Last but not least for today, there is also Crosscut, a Gates-funded site which deleted its criticism of Gates and Microsoft to ensure the writers get funding from the same source (Bill Gates) in the future. We mentioned this site several months ago in relation to this, we repeated this by quotation some days ago, and we also gave examples of Gates worship from this site. Going back 3 years ago the site criticised Microsoft for not paying tax [1, 2]. Everything changed when Gates put a wad of cash on the table. It’s media distortion. █
“If you can’t make it good, at least make it look good.”
–Bill Gates, Microsoft