Summary: The lesser-covered side of a philanthropist’s story
A few months ago we showed and wrote about how Bill and Melinda Gates urge for taxpayers' money to be passed to big pharmas that they invests in. It is a very familiar story that brings memories of what’s callously referred to as “the Pharmaceutical Cartel.” The gist of this story is that disease means money; permanent cure means less money. Here is a good introduction to the subject.
Some people may say that the pharmaceutical industry cannot be that bad. Unfortunately, it is. Fortunately, however, it is very easy for everyone to understand why this industry has such a detrimental effect on millions of human lives.
It is not about individual drugs or individual companies. It is about the principles – the laws – of the pharmaceutical ‘business with disease’.
We politely urge people to read this post, which agrees with the points made here before.
Since it is public knowledge that the Gates Foundation has placed strategic investments into the pharmaceutical industry, it was only a question of time until the question would be answered whether Gates is serious about controlling diseases or whether he is just another spin doctor of the pharmaceutical “business with disease” who helps to expand and promote diseases under the deceptive veil of a “Mother Theresa”.
“The rich uncle from the USA” is what one of our readers called this scenario. As we wrote in the past, since the Gates Foundation invests literally billions of dollars in governments and the pharmaceutical industry, it only makes sense to convince those same governments to fund the pharmaceutical giants.
We understand that this is a sensitive subject and since Bill Gates owns a lot of media companies, the story people are told is usually different. It is not that it comprises untruths, but it just happens to tell one side of the story with convenient omissions.
As always, we encourage readers to explore the evidence for themselves and not to attack messengers. █
“Gates’ gimmick of becoming a philanthropist repeats the Rockefeller scam almost one to one a century later.”