The irony of Bill Gates’ faux concern for the human race is almost laughable. India, however, may not find it so funny.
Last year, India’s National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization announced that it would be banning the Gates Foundation from operating in the country after it was revealed that the vaccines the foundation had been promoting “to make people healthier” were actually doing irreparable harm to young girls and that the Gates Foundation “campaigns” were actually “experimental trials of the vaccines”.
Mainstream investigators have found that these vaccine trials in India led to tens of thousands of injuries and deaths of young women.
“Gates, who has $23m of shares in Monsanto, is responsible for widespread vaccination programs which have been linked to outbreaks of disease in South America and the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
GMOs and vaccinations have both been linked to human illness and death, even though Big Pharma and Big Agriculture continue to deny the undeniable correlations.
Let’s ask ourselves this: If Gates is focused on his goal of reducing the number of people on our planet, why would he then fund vaccination programs to save lives?
None of this makes any sense unless the vaccinations are not meant to save lives at all.”