(This article is one in a series entitled “Killing The Nation State: How COVID-19 Was Used to End the Sovereignty of America”, uncovering the purpose and ultimate objectives of globalism.)
Susannah Malarkey, senior advisor of APCO Technology, spoke highly of the founder of Technology Alliance in Washington state. “If you look at who have been the most influential people over the last 50 years, he’s definitely in the top 10,” said Malarkey, then executive director of the Seattle-based company. “There’s no doubt about that.”
The praise and accolades for his achievement as a civic leader, pioneer in the field of technology, and philanthropic endeavors are virtually endless. “His fingerprints are all over so many things,” said Jim Sinegal, co-founder and former CEO of Costco, on whose board this man served. “The list goes on and on. It’s pretty tough to find something that doesn’t have his stamp on it somewhere along the line.”
The man these distinguished individuals are referring to is NOT the Bill Gates making news headlines worldwide. It is William Henry Gates II, otherwise known as Bill Gates, Sr. The elder Gates created a large footprint as a philanthropist and leader long before his far more famous son. Highly respected by both peers and disciples, the senior Gates was more than just Bill, Jr.’s dad, but shaped the influence of his son in many ways. Dad blazed a trail that took the younger Gates on a journey into many fields; far beyond technology.
“My dad is a little more cautious, wise, not as over-the-top quite so quickly,” said Bill Gates, Jr. at his father’s 90th birthday celebration. “There’s a lot about my dad that I and others would love to have come more naturally.”
Though Bill Gates, Sr was known for his days as a powerful attorney, he had created his own foundation that became a foreshadowing of the one his son would later lead. In fact, dad’s foundation would merge with Bill, Jr.’s Gates Learning Foundation to create the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000. Together, they would tackle global issues that were of the highest order, in their books.
But with every philanthropists charitable donation comes a revelation of what their idea of the greater good truly is centered around. Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, has made no bones about the causes that mean the most to him. All of these causes have the markings of geopolitical Marxism. Yes, this is globalism, but so much more.
A young Bill Gates (lower left corner) opposite Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen (lower right corner) in 1978 (courtesy Business Insider)
Gates revealed many objectives of his foundation in an interview with Bill Moyers back in 2003, along with one position his father held for many years:
“When I was growing up, my parents were involved in various volunteer things. My dad was head of Planned Parenthood. And it was very controversial to be involved with that. And so it’s fascinating.”
Gates’ father lead Planned Parenthood during and after the landmark decision of Roe v. Wade. This was just one of the many organizations that the senior Gates was involved with on an executive level. As a philanthropist, Bill Gates, Sr. demonstrated to his son how you can create change in people’s lives on a global scale.
But, as with many good intentions, there is a danger to following a path that is part of a global structure. And that’s where Bill Gates gave us a glimpse of the type of philanthropy he wanted to provide. He then shared about an experience that changed him when it came to philanthropic giving:
“…a report was done, it was called “The World Development Report of 1993” that talked about these diseases. And I remember seeing the article and it said Rotovirus (was infecting) over half million children a year. And I said to myself, this can’t be true…so then I got drawn in a little bit.”
Gates goes on to tell a story about a dinner in his honor for providing a $125 million grant. The doctors and scientists present were each working towards cures for various diseases; in short, vaccinations.
He then realized after talking to these doctors that they could possibly eradicate many diseases impacting the globe if they had a greater monetary commitment, as government funding fell far short of what was needed. “It really is a failure of capitalism”, said Gates. “You know capitalism is this wonderful thing that motivates people, it causes wonderful inventions to be done. But in this area of diseases of the world at large, it really let us down.”
Thus, the advent of Bill Gates taking on a new venture. The creation of vaccines to end diseases around the globe. A noble venture it would seem. But it is not as simple as one of the worlds wealthiest philanthropists handing doctors a truckload of capitalist-stained, sweaty money. It is his entry into the world health arena that places his motives and associations with globalists, whom are grounded in Marxist philosophy, that make his level of participation a dangerous one.
Here are the takeaways from that interview…
- Gates favors centralized government to solve issues.
- Gates views capitalism, despite how his wealth was achieved, as an economic system that doesn’t value all people; just some.
- Gates sees vaccinations as the answer to many global health crises.
- Gates strives to provide a “leveling of the playing field” of economic and social inequality as a primary objective.
Those may seem innocent to many. But these objectives are all grounded in the principles of Marxism. And his geopolitical approach to these issues leads some to believe (including yours truly) that inevitably he will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with despots and dictators. These are the more aggressive individuals leading the charge to destroy the individual freedoms founded in our Constitution. Why would he do this, you ask? Quite simply there is no room for people that place individual liberties first because it severely inhibits his progress.
In summary, many would view Bill Gates as a nefarious character based on his globalist pursuits. But I measure his danger in terms of his overall objectives and the willingness to let those that fulfill these end goals take charge.
But there is much more evidence to how his philanthropic endeavors are not only dangerous to America, but is certainly not making him poorer. Come back in a few days and judge for yourself as I reveal more about the Bill Gates saga…
(Chris Gaines is an author and editor for patriotgaines.com)
Photo sources: Geekwire (family photo of Bill Gates Sr. & Jr.), Business Insider