September 10, 2013
Bill and Melinda Gates have won the Lasker Award for public service “for leading a historic transformation in the way we view the globe’s most pressing health concerns and improving the lives of millions of the world’s most vulnerable.”
Advertising pioneers Albert and Mary Lasker founded the Lasker Award in the 1940s.
Their “mission is to foster the prevention and treatment of disease and disabilities by honoring excellence in basic and clinical science, educating the public, and advocating for support of medical research.”
Among the board of directors for the Lasker Foundation (LF) are:
• A chairman of a private investment firm
• An associate director of clinical research for Gilead Sciences
• Chairman of molecular genetics at University of Texas
• Founder of the Sherry Lansing Foundation (SLF)
• Partner of Goldman Sachs
• Chairman and president of T. Rowe Price Group (TRPG)
• President of Howard Hughes Medical Institute
• Former director of National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The LF commented that BMG have donated $26 billion to their foundation, employ agencies that assist in their agenda and have supported international partnerships to have millions of children in under-developed nations inoculated under the guise of protecting them from polio; as well as focusing on agriculture and family-planning services.
Earlier this year, Melinda wrote an op-ed piece , stating: “Contraceptives unlock one of the most dormant but potentially powerful assets in development: women as decision-makers. When women have the power to make choices about their families, they tend to decide precisely what demographers, economists, and development experts recommend. They invest in the long-term human capital of their families.”
Melinda claims that it is a struggle to bring enough of her favorite human sterilizer, Depo-Provera, to under developed nations. Because of this problem, Gates has made it her mission to bring contraceptives to those countries over the next 10 years.
In order to depopulate third world countries under the global health agenda, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) has invested $560 million and expected to contribute $1.1 billion over the next 7 years to the cause.
At a TED conference , Gates claimed: “We’re not talking about abortion. We’re not talking about population control. What I’m talking about is giving women the power to save their lives, to save their children’s lives, and to give their families the best possible future.”
The BMGF assert that by 2050 “the global population is expected to grow to over 9 billion people” and this is unacceptable to them . By applying pressure to social programs and resources, the BMGF want to use family planning as an investment for all national governments globally.
BMGF has partnered with drug corporations like Shanghai Dahua Pharmaceuticals in China to develop implantable fertility controls that will be used in over 20 developing countries to curb population growth.
In a propaganda cartoon, the depiction of brown and black women as disfigured potatoes having much more fun because they have fewer children is not only offensive, but telling of how these global Elite view the people they purport to be “saving”. By preventing births, the film says that 600,000 people would not be born. Contraception as a first step in the global Elite’s plan to depopulation by appearing to help save lives of women could be quite effective.
The racial slurs in this “promotional video” are offensive to even supporters of the BMGF, who said that it is “condescending, inaccurate, and racist to imply that only dark-skinned people need our (white-skinned people’s) help,” and “loses all credibility the way it is.”
The future has no fathers, according to Gates. Only one child, only one woman.
BMGF have been part of the UN’s land grab efforts in Africa, and now have given donations in coerced acquisition of African dairy farms. An $8.5 million dollar grant was extended through governmental channels in support of the East Africa Dairy Development project (EADD).
The NGOs associated with the UN in usurping lands from African farmers is also involved in the clever imitative with the BMGF to takeover profits and infrastructure of small dairy farms.
These groups are Heifer International (HI), who received $8 million in funding from BMGF, is in partnership with TechnoServe, The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), World Agroforestry Research Institute and Africa Breeders Services.