Is Microsoft Founder Bill Gates Funding Programs in African to Distribute Vaccines that Reduces the Population?

One of the agendas of those who believe in a New World Order is population reduction ”“ as they’d like to see worldwide numbers decrease, and some believe that some organizations go about doing so by administering vaccines and other drugs that have an adverse effect on the population. This approach is known as eugenics, and Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been linked to supporting what is referred to as neo-eugenics through some of his philanthropic work.

Bill Gates and his wife have poured their money into the research and actions of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a way to combat disease, alleviate poverty, and decrease food shortage issues in Africa. Gates has on more than one occasion made remarks towards the issues that a higher population causes the world, and during the TED2010 Conference held in Long Beach, California, his speech titled ‘Innovating to Zero’ made the declaration: “First we got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”

This statement clearly translates that he proposes the use of vaccines in conjunction with other health care and reproductive approaches could help reduce the population of the world. Gates is clearly a very powerful man who uses his wealth to influence some of the pressing issues of today. He announced in 2010 that his foundation would give $10 billion over the course of 10 years to play a part in developing and delivering new vaccines to children living in developing countries.

Gates’ reach in the vaccination programs abroad  led to his foundation becoming a founding member of the GAVI Alliance (Global Alliance for Vaccinations and Immunization), which partners with the World Bank, WHO, and the vaccine industry to reach a common goal of vaccinating every newborn child that lives in a developing country. On the surface, the objective sounds like a good one, but if you take a look at the tainted history of the vaccine industry, you may think twice.

There are repeated instances where the vaccine industry has been found using vaccines on Third World populations where the medications have been deemed unsafe for those living in the West. The conspiracy theory that some organizations wish to deliberately make people overseas sicker and more susceptible to disease and premature death is nothing new. For instance, who do you think got the hundreds of millions of doses of untested vaccines for the global H1N1 swine flu scare that took place years ago? The leftover drugs were distributed by the WHO to select poverty-stricken countries”¦for free.

Ask the pharmaceutical companies responsible for making the vaccines that reach developing companies, and they will most likely not tell you how infant vaccination can cause health issues, such as autism and various deformities. Many vaccines, including multi-dose options, have been known to contain a compound called Thimerosal, which can contain 50% mercury. We all know how unsafe mercury is.

So, just how impressed and grateful should developing nations be that the founder of Microsoft has pledged to send more vaccines their way? If you take a look at Gate’s fellow wealthy businessman, David Rockefeller and his Rockefeller Foundation ”“ they too were involved as early as 1972 in a big project (in conjunction with the WHO) to create a ‘new vaccine.’ In the end, a wave of human guinea pigs were used to test out the effects during the 1990s with the WHO overseeing grand vaccination campaigns to fight tetanus in countries, such as Nicaragua, Mexico and the Philippines.

However, the vaccination program raised eyebrows and a Roman Catholic lay organization decided to see what the WHO was up to and started testing a handful of vials containing the vaccine, and learned that they contained human Chorionic Gonadotrophin, or hCG. Interestingly, hCG is a natural hormone needed to maintain a pregnancy. However, when it comes in contact with a tetanus toxoid carrier, it actually stimulates the development of antibodies that work against hCG. This means a woman becomes unable to carry out a pregnancy. In other words, this vaccine had the makings of being an abortion in disguise. Reports of these hCG-containing vaccines were also linked to cases in the Philippines and Nicaragua.

Why was such a component found in a vaccine designed to protect people from an infection associated with rusty nail wounds or coming in contact with bacteria found in soil? Scientists had to have known about the hCG and what it was capable of doing to those who took it.