Bill Gates' Agenda Comes Into Focus

Bill Gates' Agenda Comes Into Focus

How To Make Bill Gates Even Richer. That's the title of the Microsoft billionaire's new book. Or, rather, it should be. In fact, for PR purposes, he's called it How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. It's just an Inconvenient Truth that several of the technologies Gates says are vital to saving the planet just happen to be dominated by, err, Bill Gates!

The book claims that 'every aspect of the economy' will have to be transformed in order to reduce net carbon emissions to zero. It is, Gates says, 'the toughest challenge humanity has ever faced', something he described in February 2021 as 'way greater than the pandemic. And it needs a level of cooperation that would be unprecedented.'

The whole thing is set to impose unbelievable costs on ordinary Americans. Joe Biden's decision to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement will cost them many billions of dollars every year (perhaps around $100 Billion, if the per capita bill matches that handed to UK taxpayers). He has also urged the administration to massively increase the budget for climate and clean energy research to a staggering  $35 billion a year. 

In addition, the price Gates wants us all pay to deal with the U.N.'s fake crisis involves us using new technologies now being developed by companies in which the biggest investor is - Bill Gates. 

Because cows account for around 4% of all greenhouse gases, Gates has invested in two companies making plant based meat substitutes, Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat. But farming the vegetables used to make many meat alternatives emits gases as well. So while his massive purchase of farmland (Gates is now the biggest owner of arable land in the USA) is an early warning sign of his efforts to monopolise a shift from meat to vegetable protein, one of his favoured new 'food' companies is even weirder. Gates has backed a company which uses fungus to make sausage and yogurt.

'It's a microbe,' gushes Gates, adding 'The microbe was discovered in the ground in a geyser in Yellowstone National Park. Without soil or fertilizer it can be grown to produce this nutritional protein -- that can then be turned into a variety of foods with a small carbon footprint.'

He is also pouring money into direct air capture, an experimental process to remove existing CO2 from the atmosphere. Some companies are  now using these giant fans to capture CO2 directly out of the air, while others which he also backs, including CarbonCure, are then working on making more money by pumping the captured CO2 into concrete. Gates has become one of the world's largest funders of this kind of technology. As Gates explains: 'What they do is they stick CO2 in here in the cement, and they mix them up. And so, you're able to actually get rid of some CO2 by sticking it in the cement. Right now they get rid of about 5%. But they have a next generation that can get to 30%'.

But of all his green investments, Gates has spent the most time and money pursuing a breakthrough in nuclear energy -- arguing it's key to a zero carbon future. He is the founding Chairman of TerraPower, a nuclear reactor design company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, United States. TerraPower is developing a class of nuclear fast reactors called the traveling wave reactor (TWR). Bill On top of his own money, Gates has managed to get the US government to pour taxpayers' money into his baby. As a matter of fact, the molten salt reactor which is now at the core of the project is very promising, and very safe, technology. It's just wrong that he is pushing to shape the energy policy of every Western country so that they favour technology employed by a company he owns.

It is not just Gates who stands to rake in vast extra fortunes from 'fighting' the 'threat' of global warming. In 2016 he also recruited Jeff Bezos, Mike Bloomberg and nearly two dozen other wealthy investors to back a billion-dollar fund called 'breakthrough energy ventures'. 

Gates regularly consults with the fund's team of entrepreneurs who've so far invested in 50 companies with cutting ideas to reduce carbon emissions - or rather, to make their investors piles more money at the expense of the milch cows of the human herd.

 Lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr., son of Robert F. Kennedy and the nephew of former U.S. president John F. Kennedy, is one of the fiercest critics of the whole development. In a comprehensive report accusing Gates of 'neo-feudalism'

Kennedy warns that, 'To cloak his dystopian plans for humanity in benign intentions, Gates has expropriated the rhetoric of “sustainability", “biodiversity,” “good stewardship” and “climate”.'

He also accused Gates of attempting to monopolise and dominate global food production, labeling it 'a dark form of philanthrocapitalism based on corporate biopiracy.' The report got Kennedy banned from Instagram, which is owned by Bill Gates' fellow 'investor' Mark Zuckerberg.