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09.22.14

More of Bill Gates’ Investments in GMO and Mass Indoctrination Under the Disguise of ‘Donations’

Posted in Bill Gates, Finance at 11:46 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Valerie Strauss

Summary: Microsoft’s arrogant and famously corrupt co-founder is taken to task by those whom he is trying to bamboozle for monopoly, unlimited cross-generational power, and never-ending profit without risk

THE Gates Foundation is a very megalomaniac organisation. It is Gates’ ego and money-harvesting operation. It is tax exempt because it masquerades as a charity while the reality of the matter is, as reiterated by this report about Cascade Investment LLC, the primary goal is profit, not giving. The article from The Wall Street Journal (owned by a friendly billionaire) and other Wall Street press tries to trivialise it like “The arrangement is simple: Mr. Larson makes money, and Mr. Gates gives it away.” Giving it away to whom? Putting the PR offensives aside (health-washing and education-washing), consider articles like this new one titled “Bill Gates Donates $5.6 Million to Cornell: University that Helped Monsanto Promote GMO rBST”. Unsurprisingly, Bill Gates is a big investor in Monsanto. What a coincidence. Science, charity, education — surely! Or maybe just self interest, greed, and ultimately profit?

In the media, which a lot of the time gets bribed by Gates (he spends around $300 million per year paying media companies), Gates is portrayed as one who supports poor students, poor academics in need of funding, and the solution to world hunger, disease, etc. It could not be further from the truth if one actually looks what he invests in (for profit). It’s a diversion tactic, tactfully implemented and maintained.

“In the media, which a lot of the time gets bribed by Gates (he spends around $300 million per year paying media companies), Gates is portrayed as one who supports poor students, poor academics in need of funding, and the solution to world hunger, disease, etc.”Bill Gates paid The Guardian a lot of money for sponsorship, puff pieces, fake endorsements (at the top of thousands of article), and for silence (i.e. no criticism) on Gates investments.

“Comment is free”, a section of this paper that Gates controls only to a lesser degree (he has already bribed it for silence and grooming, but silencing contributors is a tougher challenge), published the other day an article title “Why the Big History project funded by Bill Gates is alarming”. The article is summarised as follows: “As UK state schools increasingly follow the US model, someone with no background in education could disrupt the learning of thousands of children” (“Big History” is similar to “Common Core” in the buzzword sense. A lot of it started in the paper/journal of record which Gates likes to visit to push his agenda).

Remember what Gates does to occupy the education system (currently through “Common Core”) and what he has done to capture British schools as well (indoctrination), not just British policing. An article by Valerie Strauss, a longtime critic of Gates, was published in a competing journal of record (from which the Gates family got kicked out after misconduct). It is an article titled “Bill Gates wants your kids to learn history this way — and he’s paying to get it into schools”. It’s about the same issue. It’s worth reading.

The bottom line is simple. Be aware that a lot of the press gets paid by Bill and Melinda to praise them. It’s not a donation but a request with strings attached to money. It all helps distract from other evil business practices that Mr. Gates uses to make himself even richer (while pretending to be giving away money).

Thankfully, a lot more people have become aware of this in recent years. Gates’ information warfare is not working quite as he once hoped. It is especially hard to bamboozle educators by preying on ignorance. Teachers have become some of his most vocal critics and they are thirsty for knowledge about Gates’ real motivations, which have nothing to do with human welfare; it’s about corporate welfare of companies that Gates invests in.

Bill has always worked for Bill. Never for the world, which to him is merely a resource for exploitation.

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