In one of the most in-depth exposés we have come across yet, the financial tentacles of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are fully exposed, revealing the extent of the monopolistic influence that Gates has over today's media coverage.
As you have surely noticed since the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic became a thing, Gates has been nothing but glorified by the media as one of the heroes in this seemingly endless saga. Everything from his push to mass-vaccinate the planet to his efforts to track-and-trace every human being on earth has been propped up by the spin machine as the greatest thing since sliced bread.
To this writer, anyway, it has been a nauseating experience to witness this horror show, with not a peep of even gentle probing from anyone at any media outlet who is brave enough to look into the real Gates agenda. But it is less about bravery and more about the moola that is influencing the media's coverage of the Gates agenda.
As it turns out, the Gates Foundation uses its philanthropic veneer to influence virtually everything that the media reports about his organization. BBC, NBC, Al Jazeera, ProPublica, National Journal, The Guardian, Medium, Univision, the Financial Times, The Atlantic, and many, many – did you catch the many part? – more household names are all directed, at least in part, by Gates through the funding his organization procures to them.
There was a time when this was not the case, of course, but over the past several decades especially, Gates has slithered his way into virtually every single mainstream media outlet that exists, all under the guise of philanthropy.
"Twenty years ago, journalists scrutinized Bill Gates's initial foray into philanthropy as a vehicle to enrich his software company, or a PR exercise to salvage his battered reputation following Microsoft's bruising antitrust battle with the Department of Justice," explains Tim Schwab, writing for Columbia Journalism Review.
"Today, the foundation is most often the subject of soft profiles and glowing editorials describing its good works."
Schwab's extensive assessment of Gates since his initial foray into philanthropy until now is one of the most eye-opening things we have ever seen. There is simply no doubt that the entire global narrative surrounding not just the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) but vaccinations, pharmaceuticals, agriculture and education is a direct product of Gates funding behind the scenes.
It is a problem that plagues other non-profits, as well as so-called public news outlets like NPR and PBS. Virtually every outlet or organization that publishes any kind of news receives various levels of funding from the Gates empire, believe it or not, which is nothing short of chilling.
"News about Gates these days is often filtered through the perspectives of the many academics, nonprofits, and think tanks that Gates funds," Schwab further explains. "Sometimes it is delivered to readers by newsrooms with financial ties to the foundation."
While Schwab was able to trace with impressive clarity a great deal of where funding from Gates is being funneled, there is apparently so much more that is untraceable because not all forms of Gates funding have to be reported.
"The full scope of Gates's giving to the news media remains unknown because the foundation only publicly discloses money awarded through charitable grants, not through contracts," he explains.
Consequently, it has become something of a guessing game trying to figure out who is on the Gates dole, and who is simply not doing due diligence in seeking out the truth about this billionaire eugenicist. Because let's face it: Almost nobody with any substantial level of clout ever says anything even remotely negative about Gates or his foundation.
"In the same way that the news media has given Gates an outsize voice in the pandemic, the foundation has long used its charitable giving to shape the public discourse on everything from global health to education to agriculture – a level of influence that has landed Bill Gates on Forbes's list of the most powerful people in the world," Schwab further warns.
"The Gates Foundation can point to important charitable accomplishments over the past two decades – like helping drive down polio and putting new funds into fighting malaria – but even these efforts have drawn expert detractors who say that Gates may actually be introducing harm, or distracting us from more important, lifesaving public health projects."
Be sure to read Schwab's full report on Bill Gates at this link.
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