The world is amid a global pandemic: a pandemic that has resulted in extreme draconian measures restricting freedom and liberty in the name of safety. This epidemic will have severe economic consequences for years to come. Joblessness and food shortages are just to name a few. Many are wondering how we could be so ill-prepared for such an event. Many are beginning to ask themselves if this was a manufactured crisis to perpetuate a plan, whether political or personal or a combination of both. Some have even called this a “plannedemic.”
There is an expression, and it is called follow the money. One of the key players of this pandemic is the self-proclaimed do-gooder and philanthropist Bill Gates who oversees the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It is here that we can begin the task of following the money. It is here that we can see the rise of philanthropic capitalism. Even Bill Gates himself said that what he and other philanthropists do is what can be called “creative capitalism” and “catalytic philanthropy.” Throwing the world into chaos as a result of a pandemic is certainly catalytic and not for the greater good of the world. This leads us to the question, is the Gates Foundation involved with self-dealing as well as tax-evasion? Self-dealing is the conduct of a trustee, attorney, corporate officer, or other fiduciary that consists of taking advantage of their position in a transaction and acting in their own interests rather than in the interests of the beneficiaries of the trust, corporate shareholders, or their clients. According to the political scientist Andrew Stark, “[i]n self-dealing, an officeholder’s official role allows her to affect one or more of her own personal interests.” It is a form of conflict of interest.
“It’s been a quite unprecedented development, the amount that the Gates Foundation is gifting to corporations…. I find that flabbergasting, frankly,” says Linsey McGoey, a professor of sociology at the University of Essex and author of the book No Such Thing as a Free Gift. “They’ve created one of the most problematic precedents in the history of foundation giving by essentially opening the door for corporations to see themselves as deserving charity claimants at a time when corporate profits are at an all-time high.” In addition, prominent UK tax advisor, the accountant Richard Murphy has called Microsoft “just a giant tax planning exercise.” Indeed, many stories on Microsoft’s tax avoidance have been reported since 2005. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the best example of this by donating highly appreciated Microsoft stock to a foundation as a way of avoiding taxes.
The influence and scale of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation are stunning, as can be seen in this chart below.
It is of interest to note that of the ten pharmaceuticals listed in the chart above, five are in New Jersey.
In June of 2016, Global Justice Now wrote a 54-page report called Gated Development: Is the Gates Foundation always a force for good? They opined that the Gates Foundation is a corporate merry-go-round. The self-dealing comes in when the Gates Foundation donates to companies in which they own stock, which in turn will increase the share prices of these companies. This process results in a financial benefit for the Gates Foundation.
Also, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the single largest private donor to the World Health Organization. They have donated to the Imperial College of Great Britain as well as the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), located in Gates’ hometown of Seattle. It is there where all the faulty modeling projections for this pandemic (COVID-19) have been derived. Donations have been made to the NIH and the CDC, which are driving public policy that involves draconian lockdowns we are experiencing. IHME was launched in June 2007 based on a core grant of $105 million primarily funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Among its earliest projects was to produce new estimates of mortality rates, which were published in The Lancet in September 2007. On April 9th, 2020, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. of the Children’s Health Defense wrote the following as it pertains to Bill Gates.
Also, Mr. Kennedy noted on April 16th, 2020, that a Pentagon study revealed that the flu vaccine raises the risk of the coronavirus by 36%.
For more information from Robert F. Kennedy Jr. go to Children’s Health Defense Network.
It is interesting to note that in New Jersey, 40% of deaths reported due to Covid-19 were those who resided in Long Term Care Living Facilities. Perhaps we should investigate how many of this impacted population were given the flu vaccine and does this correlate to the higher death rates.
New Jersey administrative code mandates that nursing homes offer every resident influenza and pneumococcal vaccines upon admission. To meet State requirements, nursing homes must assess every admission for vaccination and document acceptance or refusal of vaccines in each resident’s vaccination record.
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