Oh God, what is this weirdo up to now?
Bill Gates is one fishy dude, he seems to have his hands in a variety of really suspicious things, and he is at the center of so many theories.
Seems to me no one can trust this man, but this only because HE has made himself untrustworthy!
The latest news to come out about him is that he is allegedly funding Chinese firms, and their DNA harvesting tech, but why?
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What is Gates up to?
He has his hands in farming, and now he is funding CCP data collection, and DNA research?
I honestly cannot say for sure what he is doing, but I do have my theories.
Take a look through these latest reports, and decide for yourself:
The National Pulse had more on the story:
The company has recently come under fire following a 60 Minutes exposé on the company’s use of COVID-19 tests to “collect, store and exploit biometric information” on American citizens, according to former U.S. intelligence officials. What’s more, a recent Reuters article linked the firm to the Chinese Communist Party’s military.
In addition to the Obama administration enabling the firm to gain a foothold in the U.S., the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation played a critical role in BGI’s American expansion.
In September of 2012, the Microsoft founder’s foundation signed a “Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form a collaboration on global health and agricultural development with the goal of achieving common objectives in health and agricultural development.”
BGI Group, the world’s largest genomics company, has worked with China’s military on research that ranges from mass testing for respiratory pathogens to brain science, a Reuters review of research, patent filings and other documents has found.
The review, of more than 40 publicly available documents and research papers in Chinese and English, shows BGI’s links to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) include research with China’s top military supercomputing experts. The extent of those links has not previously been reported.
BGI has sold millions of COVID-19 test kits outside China since the outbreak of the new coronavirus pandemic, including to Europe, Australia and the United States. Shares of BGI Genomics Co, the company’s subsidiary listed on the Shenzhen stock exchange, have doubled in price over the past 12 months, giving it a market value of about $9 billion.