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Creepy Bill Gates Posts Strange Video Promoting Genetically Modified Corn


Bill Gates is perhaps the creepiest person on the planet.

The latest diabolical scheme the billionaire globalist has his hands in is genetically modified corn.

Gates published a bizarre video promoting his corn.

Gates is featured in the video lip-singing song lyrics sung by a child as he stands in a kitchen wearing t-shirt emblazoned with, “Ask me about corn.”

“It’s corn!” Gates says, as he takes a large bite out of a corn ear.

“It has the juice!”

The video also shows a picture of Gates as a child holding a corncob in a corn field.

Corn “accounts for 30% of the food consumed in Africa. But it is at risk. African crop researchers are creating a new, more resilient type of corn,” the caption on the video states.

It’s likely at risk because of Gates’s experiments to create Frankenfood.

Can’t he just leave Mother Nature and natural food alone?


In reality, this is another attempt by Gates to push Great Reset agenda on the public.

Gates and his globalist allies want you to eat genetically modified food to fight ‘climate change.’

The sixth annual Goalkeepers Report, published by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on Sept. 12, highlights how two of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, food security and gender equality, are being achieved.

The report talks about what Gates calls “magic seeds,” crops including corn and rice that have been genetically modified to resist hotter, drier climates, as a remedy to alleviate world hunger.

From the Goalkeepers Report:

Of course, the seeds weren’t actually magic, but by breeding select varieties of the crop, the researchers believed they could produce a hybrid maize that would be more resistant to hotter, drier climates. They succeeded wildly.

The Daily Mail reported:

Gates points in particular to a breakthrough he calls ‘magic seeds’ – including maize that has been bred to be more resistant to hotter, drier climates, and rice that requires three fewer weeks in the field.

These innovations will allow agricultural productivity to increase despite the changing climate, he argues.

However, he claims that the research and development budget for new innovations like magic seeds is still much too small compared to spending on food aid.

‘It’s good that people want to prevent their fellow human beings from starving when conflicts like Ukraine interrupt the food supply, but we also have to recognise that those crises are symptoms of a deeper problem,’ Gates says in the report.

‘Many countries don’t grow enough yet, and climate change is making farming even harder. That challenge can’t be solved with donations. It requires innovation.’

“The seeds were first developed under a program of the African Agricultural Technology Foundation, to which the Gates Foundation has given $131 million since 2008,” the outlet added.

“Since then, the foundation has spent $1.5 billion on grants focused on agriculture in Africa, according to Candid, a nonprofit that researches philanthropic giving.”

As WeLoveTrump previously noted, Bill Gates is the largest owner of American farmland.

Bill Gates Is Now America’s Biggest Owner Of Farmland

By acquiring more farmland than anyone else in America, Gates can dictate our food supply by what's grown on farms.

And that likely means his Frankencorn.

Here's more from this freak...

Bill Gates Fascinated With Child Death: "Why Does a Child Die?"

You've heard of UltraMAGA...

Well, this is UltraCREEPY.

And of course it features Bill Gates.

You know, the "computer guy" who has no scientific or medical training of any kind, and yet he has appointed himself as Chief Czar of Vaccines and "Health" for the world.

Give me a break!

But he's at it again, releasing a SUPER creepy 2 minute video explaining why children die.

Ummm, why do children die?

Gee, I don't know Bill, a whole hell of a lot of them die in the womb thanks to the abortion mill your father ran at Planned Parenthood.

You did know that, right?

You knew Bill Gates Sr. ran Planned Parenthood?

You do know Bill Gates (Jr) isn't just some geeky kid who started Microsoft in his garage, right?

It was all planned.

All orchestrated.

Bill Gates knows about as much about computers as he does real medicine!

I'm not sure about the Rothschild connection, but his father did run Planned Parenthood:

So, is it true?

Well, luckily we have Snopes to tell us the answer:

And as they always do, they add in one extra little question into the fact check so that they can deem the whole thing "False" just because their added question was False.

They play this same game almost every time.

So here's their "Fact check":

So...big giant "Mostly False" is easy to see, right?

If you glanced at this you'd think it was "Mostly False" that Bill Gates Sr. ran Planned Parenthood.

But that's not what it says at all.

In fact, even Snopes admits that part is true.

The "False" part is what they added, about Gates supporting "eugenics", which is a wildly subjective concept that they've defined in their own way and offered almost no support for their conclusion.

So is this an honest fact-check?

I'll let you decide.

I would think it should be:  Did Bill Gates Sr. run Planned Parenthood?  And that should be a big giant green: "True".

The internet seems to think Gates Sr. was a clear eugenist:

So now with that background and understanding his CREEPY family tree with close ties to Planned I give you Bill Gates talking about children dying.

How charming.

The solution?

MORE VACCINES, of course!


Watch here if you can stomach it:

Of course, YouTube had to shut comments off because otherwise it would be too obvious what the public really thinks of all this...

Nope, nope, nope...have to silence the plebs!

And if you want more, let's go deeper...

EXPOSED: Was The Gates Foundation Originally Called The Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population Control?

We investigate!

I love doing these investigations of popular topics going viral.

You know, a "fact check"...except we actually do it honestly and legitimately.

So, was the Gates Foundation originally called The Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population Control?

A wild claim if true.

So is it true?

Well, perhaps parts.

Let me break it all down for you -- and the fact that even parts appear to be true is extremely disturbing, don't you think?

Here's a video that has gone viral and started the discussion:

Similar posts here:

And here:

Some are saying the video is fake...

Others say the lady just "misspoke".

I'll let you decide.

But now let's look deeper.

Let's just do something very basic, and something you can reproduce on your own -- at least until Google sees this and changes their search results on this (which I have almost no doubt will happen).

But here are the TOP TWO results you get in Google when you search for "institute for population control".

Notice I didn't search for anything related to Gates or his foundation.

But Google is confident enough to give me two Gates Institute links right at the top of the search results:

I'm not saying that's proof, I'm just saying you can file that under "things that make you go hmmmmm".

Here's what does appear to be true, beyond any doubt: Bill Gates does operate a foundation named: The Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health.

That does not appear to be in dispute.

From The Gates Foundation itself:

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced a $40 million commitment to the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health to build capacity for population and reproductive health programs in the developing world, where unintended pregnancies and unsafe childbearing are a major cause of illness and death.

The grant will significantly increase funding for the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, which trains leaders of reproductive health programs in developing countries; conducts reproductive health research, and transfers program technology, models, and practices.

There is an urgent need to improve reproductive health services in the developing world. It is estimated that 120 million women who want and need access to family planning services don’t have it. Every year, there are approximately 66 million unwanted pregnancies and 20 million unsafe abortions, the majority of which are in developing countries.

“We are tremendously grateful to the Gates Foundation,” said Alfred Sommer, M.D., MHS, dean of the School of Public Health. “The foundation’s vision and generosity will enable the Institute to continue the next phase of its important work of training and strengthening the reproductive health leadership of the developing world,” added Dr. Sommer.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health was established at the School of Public Health in 1999 with a $20 million grant from the Gates Foundation, following a successful pilot grant awarded to the School in 1997. Since its launch, the Institute has actively pursued its primary mission of developing and strengthening the capacity of individuals and institutions in the developing world to address their most pressing and overarching problems related to population, family planning, and reproductive health.
“Improving reproductive health services in developing countries could save millions of lives, but it requires stronger in-country human and institutional capacity,” said Helene Gayle, M.D., M.P.H., former Director of HIV, TB, and Reproductive Health for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. “We’re delighted to be able to help continue and expand the Institute’s pioneering work.”

Every publication I could find from that organization talks about supporting "population health" but never explains what they means by that.

For someone who has said before that he wants population reduction, then it appears "population health" may be just the latest buzz phrase they are using.

Remind you of anything?

Like a certain (now demolished) Georgia Monument that published the Satanic 10 Commandments with #1 being to "maintain humanity at 500 million people and below"?

Georgia Guidestones Exposed: “Maintain Humanity Under 500 Million People”

Ok now I get it: "population health" -- right, sure Bill, thanks for that!

If that's what you want, can we start with you?

You first and then we will re-evaluate the plan, ok?

As always, the final piece of my authentic fact-check is usually to see what the MSM "fact-checkers" have said.

Usually tells us just about all we need to know.

Their normal plan of operation is to find one small detail to focus on, claim that is not true, and then discredit the entire story as a result.

I wonder if they will use that same little trick here?

Let's go to Reuters and find out.

Sure enough!

Here's their headline: False claim: Gates Foundation has a “Center for Global Human Population Reduction” sign

How interesting!

Let's read what Reuters posted:

A false claim on social media says the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has a sign reading “Center for Global Human Population Reduction” on its building exterior. The image circulating online has been digitally altered to include the words “Center for Global Human Population Reduction” on the Foundation’s building façade. In reality, this sign reads, “Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation”.

Examples of the manipulated photograph can be seen here and here .

Photographs of the actual Foundation’s exterior can be seen on Google maps ( ) and in news reports about the Foundation (examples here and here ).

The Gates Foundation confirmed to Reuters via email that the image in this claim was fake.

Amidst the new coronavirus outbreak, the Reuters Fact Check team has debunked multiple false claims circulating on social media about Bill Gates, visible here , here, and here .

False. The words “Center for Global Human Population Reduction” have been photoshopped to the Foundation’s exterior.

Ah, ok then!

So they've determined that a picture of a sign was Photoshopped and that no such sign ever existed, leaving the reader to assume the entire story is bogus.

But is it?

I've presented the evidence, you decide!

Oh and speaking of Bill Gates, maybe we need to investigate this next:



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