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Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation Collaborate on Colonisation of Africa

"Gates' gimmick of becoming a philantropist repeats the Rockefeller scam almost one to one a century later."

--Dark cloud over good works of Gates Foundation



Summary: The Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation put grants in a program for making African farmers dependent on the US -- a program euphemistically called "green revolution"

BILL GATES' foundation is sometimes being compared to the Rockefeller Foundation. It is a subject that we covered before, but at the time we did not know just how close those two foundations were, until finding this new report from Forbes. They now invest jointly, after Gates' flirting with the United Nations. It's about privatising Africa for power and profit [1, 2, 3, 4, 5].



This is hypocrisy of the vilest sort. In fact, U.N. agencies, programs and policies themselves have prevented farmers in the developing world from obtaining the tools they need to become more productive. That gets us back to Bill Gates and his big plans: His choice last year of former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan to head a new group intended to achieve a "green revolution" in African agriculture, the Alliance for a Green Revolution--established with an initial $150 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation--was incomprehensible. If past performance is any indication, the only things likely to become greener are the numbered bank accounts of Annan and his cronies.


Needless to say, Forbes cannot criticise the Gates Foundation for its hidden agenda of profit (e.g. money made through patents and investments in badly-monitored production of oil, which kills children in Africa). Forbes Magazine is for Big Business and the UN is not a big business, so it is the only one to be taking the blow here. The real victim in this case is the externality, the people of Africa.

There are other interesting developments around the Gates Foundation at the moment. "Doubtless with a catch," says Glyn Moody regarding: "Allen says Gates Foundation supporting open textbook projects"

Moody believes that this is another attempt to spread DRM, of which Gates is a major proponent. And Moody is probably right. The greatest mastery is making business look like philanthropy. This way, people fall in love with those who steal the most from them.

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