Bill Gates says Reduce Population 4 TIMES!! (MUST WATCH)
Uploaded on Mar 7, 2011
4 clips of Bill Gates saying we can reduce population growth with vaccines.
Bill Gates is EVIL – The Truth about Bill Gates Foundation Depopulation Agenda
Uploaded on Mar 26, 2011
Bill Gates Sr. served on
the board of Planned Parenthood,
which is funded by Rockerfeller,
In 2006, Warren Buffett who also significantly
funded Planned Parenthood, pledged 85%
of his Fortune to The Bill and Melinda
Gates Foundation, doubling its size
A secret meeting took place on May 5, 2009
at the home of Sir Paul Nurse, President of
Rockefeller University, among some of the
wealthiest people in America.
The exclusive letter of invitation was signed by
Gates, Rockefeller and Buffett. They decided to
call themselves the “Good Club.”
The following people were also
present at this secretive meeting
Michael Bloomberg Mayor of New York
John Morgridge Chairman of Cisco Systems
Peter G Peterson Secretary of Commerce under Nixon, Chair on the Council on Foreign Relations
Ted Turner Founder of TBS and CNN
The central theme and purpose of the secret Good Club
meeting was the priority concern posed by Bill Gates,
namely, how to advance more effectively their agenda
of birth control and global population reduction.
Bill Gates was in attendance at the 2010
Bilderberg conference that took place at the
Hotel Dolce, Sitges Spain. He told reporters he
would be speaking at the conference about the
needs of the poorest, as well as climate change,
renewable energy and the economic crisis.
In January 2010, Bill Gates invested $10 million in
Liquidia Technologies, a closely held biotechnology
company developing vaccines, as part of a $400 million
initiative to fund activities to “help poorer countries”.
Bill Gates claimed this decade was going to be
the “The year of the Vaccines”.
The Gates Foundation is also backing
introduction of GMO seeds into Africa
under the cloak of the Kofi Annan-led
Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa.
Accepting the role as AGRA head in
June 2007 Annan expressed his
“gratitude to the Rockefeller Foundation,
the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and
all others who support our African campaign.”
Bill Gates is investing tens of his millions
along with the Rockefeller Foundation,
Monsanto Corporation, Syngenta Foundation
and the Government of Norway, among others,
in what is called the ‘doomsday seed bank.’
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was formerly
mentioned as a financial member of “The New Group
of World Servers.” which is a subgroup of Lucis Trust.
Lucis Trust was started in 1922 by Alice Bailey, but it was
originally named the Lucifer Publishing Company, but
changed its name after the first year. Alice Bailey was also
a leader of the Theosophical society, which believes that
Lucifer is God.
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation- Truth Revealed
Uploaded on Jan 12, 2007
Democracy Now with Amy Goodman The War on Peace Report:http://www.democracynow.org
The Los Angeles Times has revealed the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has made millions of dollars each year from companies blamed for many of the same social and health problems the Foundation seeks to address. We speak with the lead reporter on the LA Times investigative team that broke the story.
the LA Times investigation reveals the Gates Foundation’s humanitarian concerns are not reflected in how it invests its money. In the Niger Delta — where the Foundation funds programs to fight polio and measles – the Foundation has also invested more than $400 million dollars in companies including Royal Dutch Shell, Exxon Mobil Corp, and Chevron. These oil firms have been responsible for much of the pollution many blame for respiratory problems and other afflictions among the local population.
The Gates Foundation also has investments in sixty-nine of the worst polluting companies in the US and Canada, including Dow Chemical. It holds stakes in pharmaceutical companies whose drugs cost far beyond what most AIDS patients around the world can afford. Other companies in the Foundation’s portfolio have been accused of transgressions including forcing thousands of people to lose their homes; supporting child labor; and defrauding and neglecting patients in need of medical care.
Overall, the LA Times says nearly $9 billion in Gates Foundation money is tied up in companies whose practices run counter to the foundation’s charitable goals and social mission. And that number may be understated – the Gates Foundation has not provided details on more than four billion dollars in investments it says are loans.
The Gates Foundation refused to talk to the LA Times about specific investments and whether it planned to change its practices. We also contacted the Gates Foundation for comment but we did not get a response.
Charles Piller, the lead reporter on the Los Angeles Times investigative team that broke this story. He joins us from Los Angeles.
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