Gates' Predictable Plan Is Coming True

VR Sat, 03/05/2016 - 22:22
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By Dr. Mercola
"Bill and Melinda Gates have been called the world’s greatest philanthropists and the world’s “most generous people.”1 It’s true that, even with his net worth of $87 billion, Bill Gates’ $28 billion in donations is impressive, as are many of his world health goals — at least on the surface.
If you dig a little deeper into the Gates Foundation’s philanthropy, however, you’ll find questionable alliances and partnerships, such as the one with biotech giant Monsanto, as well as some curious projects, like spending $1 billion on training programs for journalists and research on effective crafting of media messages.
I have previously stated Bill Gates might be one of the world's most destructive do-gooders. He seems completely oblivious to the fundamental flaws in the science behind genetically engineered (GE) foods, for example.
This oblivion apparently extends to the genetic engineering of other living creatures beyond plants, like the use of GE mosquitoes, which is being increasingly accepted due to the latest public health “emergency,” the Zika virus."

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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/03/01/zika-virus...

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You would think with all his money he would be smarter than this. Gates would look at what he accomplished and thank the country that allowed him to exercise his entrepreneurial idea into his massive fortune. Instead of turning on the people that brought him his wealth.

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