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With over $38 billion in assets, the Gates Foundation has the ability to impact the world in a very large way. The foundation claims to be doing just that, with the stated goal of the company being to,
Despite this good-natured mission statement, the foundation's spending goes against its stated goals in almost every way.
Foundation assets are being used for such things
as funding the creation of genetically modified mosquitoes, purchasing
500,000 shares of Monsanto, experimental vaccine nanotechnology, and
supporting Goldman Sachs.
This artificial growth hormone synthetically led to higher volumes of milk production in cows, in addition to destroying the animal's health.
However, the damage done was not only limited to
animals. In humans Posilac was found to lead to elevated risks of developing
a tumor, due to increased levels of IGF (Insulin-like growth factor).
Monsanto is now the largest biotechnology company in the world, responsible
for genetically modifying a large portion of the world's food supply.
Farmers who were promised increased revenue by the biotech giant were soon overcome with debt and regret. Some farmers drank the very insecticide they were given to use on their crops.
If the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation were
truly attempting to "reduce extreme poverty," like their mission statement
claimed, then why would they support an organization like Monsanto?
The mosquitoes, developed by the University of Queensland, are modified to stop the spread of a virus carried by the insects. This technology also allows scientists to modify the insects in other ways, such as engineering the mosquito to produce a vaccine in their saliva.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious
Diseases in Bethesda is currently working on a transgenic mosquito that is
essentially a mobile vaccination. If it is successfully implemented,
unsuspecting targets will be injected with a vaccination, even if the person
is opposed to the science behind most vaccinations.
Why would a company be so afraid of its clients? The answer is pretty simple; the company is not looking out for them.
For a foundation whose goal is reduce poverty,
this does not seem like a very appropriate business partner. In fact, this
organization is diametrically opposed to the views expressed in the Gates
Foundation's stated goals.
Those who donate to this organization, however, may not be aware of its actions. Just as with other organizations, most of the donations come from citizens with good intentions.
It is a shame to see that the Gates Foundation is using the assets of charitable donors to fund the manipulation of the environment and the devastation of our health.