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06.15.13

Bill Gates Looking for Profit in Privatised Oppression in the United Kingdom and Elsewhere

Posted in Bill Gates at 5:53 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Policing as a private business

G4S
Guarding for Sociopaths

Summary: Famous criminal Bill Gates pays the privatised police forces in the UK to get more profit while keeping popular movements dampened

Bill Gates is not a popular figure, but the media, which he bribes, likes to portray him as exceptionally popular, hoping that enough people will follow the media rather than the judgment of friends (to some people the media is a friend).

Those who attempt to actually look at the facts rather than look for handouts may often find that those who acquired their wealth through criminal activities simply continue doing so with varying degrees of success (making money from having money, using lobbying, tax breaks, interest, and insider information).

Bill Gates continues to amass more wealth while the media he bribes contributes to false perceptions that he is giving his money away and invests only in benevolent companies (selective focus on PR-generating grants like scholarships). A lot of the investments are anything but charity and they target monopolies, with or without patents (e.g. Microsoft and Monsanto), with or without human cost (e.g. Shell and other oil companies). When it comes to the GMO monopoly, Gates is not merely an investor but also a lobbyist who tries to go as far as setting school curricula in favour of his investments. People are not dumb enough to miss it and over time they also find out that Gates bribed their press to deceive them. Journalists whom I speak to already take that as a given. They know there is something rotten in Gates.

“G4S has nearly a million employees — people whom the rich hire in large amounts to oppress the population in exchange for a salary.”A while back we showed that Gates was already setting his eyes on British schools and retails giants like JJB. He and Murdoch were spying on young people [1, 2] as means of profiling those who are being indoctrinated. Well, spying on people and breaking down protests are two related activities (mind control and physical control) and this new report shows Gates backing what here is Manchester we consider to be a private army of mercenary thugs that warp public policing into a for-profit business of few (public becomes privatised, with government/taxpayers’ subsidies), ranging in activity from spying in the streets to riot policing (where the rioters are sometimes the police). According to Wikipedia, this is a growing ‘business’, not just in the United Kingdom. G4S has nearly a million employees — people whom the rich hire in large amounts to oppress the population in exchange for a salary. To quote the British press:

Bill Gates has bought a larger share of G4S, a private security giant that was widely criticised for its London Olympics blunders.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Trust and Cascade Investment, an asset management firm also owned by the billionaire Microsoft co-founder, now own a combined total of 3.2 percent of G4S after buying up 6 million shares – worth £110m ($171m) – last week.

Glyn Moody asks, “so why exactly does Gates need a private army?”

It is a rhetorical question and it is well overdue.

Jose R. Rodriguez wrote to me this morning and said “hard to reconcile w/motto…”healthy, productive lives”,” citing the article “Gates Foundation invests in occupation profiteer G4S, just as Dutch charity cuts ties

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has bought a 3 percent stake in the British-Danish security firm G4S worth £110 million ($172 million), the UK’s Guardian reported just days after protestors made the company’s role in human rights abuses in Palestine and beyond the focus at the firm’s annual meeting.

Gates and his rich friends feel the heat and they want to control the population more effectively while they expand their wealth and power, looting everyone else because they can. G4S is just about as bad as a company can be; last night a lecturer on reproductive systems and I spoke for a couple of hours. He said he knew G4S mainly for Olympic fiasco and abuses. I explained this latest news to him and he found it surprising because the corporate press hardly covers it. Population control too was a subject of discussion and it was stressed that controls should not be put in the hands of plutocrats.

There is a new video in Russia Today, titled “Eugenics now!

The summary goes like this:

Bill Gates on people that “have no benefit whatsoever”. The troubling history of Bill Gates Sr “one of the grandfathers of eugenics still going strong today” in the US. ABC reports tens of thousands of women across the States from 1929 to 1974 forcibly sterilized. The Times notes Gates Jr has held a secret billionaire summit with Michael Bloomberg and George Soros to “curb overpopulation”.

Why is Gates buying millions of dollars in shares of Monsanto and funding sterilization programs, Monsanto’s response to our interview request, and what happens to scientists who cross the genetically modified cyclops.

Seek truth from facts with investigative reporter Anthony Gucciardi, How Goldman Sachs Created the Food Crisis author Frederick Kaufman, Genetic Roulette director Jeffrey Smith, and chairman of Nestle Peter Brabeck-Letmathe.

We wrote about this subject before.

Ambitions of mass control and population control may be justified, but these must never be put in the hands of convicted offenders like Gates, no matter how much he paid the media to groom and embellish his image. This pseudo parenthood over society needs to stops. It is a recipe for disaster.

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