“The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is helping fund the Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of Science and Technology, assisting the brutal regime in its efforts to lure foreign scientists in to boost China’s scientific advancement, The National Pulse revealed.
Bill’s at it again…
“The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is helping fund the Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of Science and Technology, assisting the brutal regime in its efforts to lure foreign scientists in to boost China’s scientific advancement…” https://t.co/E2P1uYDtCw
— Anne Luty (@anneluty) July 20, 2022
— TheNewAmerican (@NewAmericanMag) July 21, 2022
A $100,000 grant from the depopulation advocate’s foundation dated June 2022 was sent to the Foreign Talent Research Center of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology, according to the organization’s website.
The grant’s stated purpose is “to organize the Zhongguancun Forum’s parallel forum on Pandemic Preparedness and Response, as a platform for leveraging resources to improve global health and support disadvantaged populations who are disproportionately impacted by pandemic.”
The Zhongguancum Forum is a Beijing-based technology conference sponsored by the Chinese Communist Party that counts high-level officials – including President Xi Jinping – as speakers.
Here’s additional info from The National Pulse report:
The Gates Foundation’s decision to fund the Foreign Talent Research Center of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology comes amidst controversy over the likelihood of international collaboration between U.S. and Chinese researchers in Wuhan leading to the genesis of COVID-19. Since the outbreak of the virus, the Chinese Communist Party has stonewalled investigations into the origins of the virus and planted Western researchers with compromising ties to China in senior investigative roles.
Beyond COVID-19, the Chinese Communist Party has also come under fire for weaponizing its science and technology programs to lure Western scientists away from their home countries in order to facilitate Chinese advancement and military build-up. This program – commonly known as the Thousand Talents Plan – has led to several Department of Justice (DOJ) indictments of American researchers who routinely fail to disclose their financial ties to the Chinese Communist Party despite receiving U.S. taxpayer funds.
The Ministry of Science and Technology’s Foreign Talent Research Center appears to engage in similar conduct, as it is responsible for “bring[ing] in foreign talent,” according to an outline of its missions.
MOST formulates and facilitates the implementation of strategies and policies for innovation-driven development, and plans and policies for S&T development and the attraction of foreign talent.
In another report, The National Pulse exposed the billionaire globalist for pouring funds into Chinese universities with ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.