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Bill Gates, COVID-19, and Catalytic Philanthropy

My what a tangled web we weave.

We received an unusually high response from our recent post COVID-19, Bill Gates and NJ Pharma – Is the Gates Foundation Self-Dealing? Our subscribers asked for more. This is part two of a growing series on Bill Gates’ web of money, control and global influence and how it is affecting everyone’s life.

Before we can begin to make assertions that today’s COVID-19 Pandemic is being weaponized for various political and personal agendas, we must first go to an article written in Science Magazine on June 29th, 2018. The first two paragraphs of that article stated, “A key congressional spending panel has fired a shot across the bow of two federally chartered medical foundations, warning that the way they disclose information about donors may not pass muster. It’s the latest controversy involving the traditionally low-profile foundations, which over the past quarter-century have funneled nearly $2 billion to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for research, clinical trials, training, and educational programs. Congress created the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) and the CDC Foundation in the early 1990s to raise private funds to support federal biomedical and health research.

It hoped to encourage transparency and prevent potential conflicts of interest by specifying in the law that the foundations had to report “the source and amount of all gifts” they receive, as well as any restrictions on how the donations could be used. But last week, legislators on the House of Representatives appropriations subcommittee that oversees NIH and CDC expressed concern that the foundations may not be following those disclosure rules, which are spelled out in the Public Health Service Act (PHSA).” 

Further, the article stated, “It’s not hard to see why legislators might think the foundations aren’t being sufficiently transparent. For example, both list anonymous donors without specifying the size of their gifts. Their annual reports also group donors by the approximate size of their donation—without listing the exact amounts. As a result, those “buckets” can be misleading. In 2016, for example, FNIH listed eight donors who each gave more than $2.5 million, its top category. But a separate report FNIH filed with the Internal Revenue Service reveals that one of those donors gave $19.1 million. (The filing does not name the donor, but FNIH told Science it was the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington.).” 

It is evident that based on our current state of affairs concerning COVID-19, there are explicit conflicts of interest about both the CDC and the NIH. Now fast forward to 2019, and there was something called Event 201 sponsored by John Hopkins University, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the World Economic Forum. From the website that details this event, it states the following:

“The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hosted Event 201, a high-level pandemic exercise on October 18th, 2019, in New York, NY. The exercise illustrated areas where public/private partnerships will be necessary during the response to a severe pandemic in order to diminish large-scale economic and societal consequences.”  In addition, under the section of the website called recommendations we can point to something that should give all of us cause for concern.

“Governments and the private sector should assign a greater priority to developing methods to combat mis- and disinformation prior to the next pandemic response. Governments will need to partner with traditional and social media companies to research and develop nimble approaches to countering misinformation.

This will require developing the ability to flood media with fast, accurate, and consistent information. Public health authorities should work with private employers and trusted community leaders such as faith leaders, to promulgate factual information to employees and citizens. Trusted, influential private-sector employers should create the capacity to readily and reliably augment public messaging, manage rumors and misinformation, and amplify credible information to support emergency public communications. National public health agencies should work in close collaboration with WHO to create the capability to rapidly develop and release consistent health messages. For their part, media companies should commit to ensuring that authoritative messages are prioritized and that false messages are suppressed including through the use of technology.” 
As we continue our investigation, we find that Bill Gates was in a Netflix series called Explained, which aired in November 2019. Bill Gates was interviewed in this series, discussing a virus that gets started in a wet market in China. Below is the link to an article that discusses this particular Netflix series. 

It deserves our attention to note that there have been docuseries on Netflix that focus on Pandemics. Perhaps this could be considered to be predictive programming that prepares society for what is to come. 

As we further continue our investigation, we then went to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation website to do a review of grants given. We found a section on Emergency Response. Below are all of the donations given in 2019 and 2020. We would like to point out that $4,000,000 was given to the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2019. This is the organization of which the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is one of the single largest private donors. Was the Bill Gates preparing for this COVID-19 pandemic? See the donations in the box below: Emergency responses to a research center, WHO, multiple universities through their Global Development Programs.

2020 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $999,925


2019 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $1,348,254


2019 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $900,000


2019 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $4,000,000


2018 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $500,000


2018 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $100,000


2017 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $1,004,822


2017 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $10,250,000

2016 Issue: Emergency Response Program:Global Policy & Advocacy $1,706,885


2014 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $2,985,234


2014 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $11,202,631

2013 Issue: Emergency Response Program: Global Development $2,680,283

Bill Gates refers to his money manipulation as “Catalytic Philanthropy.” Catalytic philanthropy refers to an approach in which donors take a structured, active role in addressing some of the world’s biggest challenges. According to one well-known philanthropist , it “has the high-stakes feel of the private market, but can transcend the key market limitations above: The investor doesn’t need a share of the benefits.” It is also refered to as: changing the current norms to a new and different order.

As we covered in our previous article to our loyal readers, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been accused of self-dealing and stands to profit enormously from their investments. Also, the use of technology for global domination and tyranny as a result of this Pandemic should make the average citizen question the real plan at hand. 

It is time that we begin to reopen our economy to mitigate even further damage to it. At this writing, we now have over 30 million citizens on unemployment. Many of them may not have a job to return to. We are seeing a very unsafe situation unfolding concerning contact tracing, which we will be covering in another article for our loyal donors and readers. 

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