On January 16th, 2019, the World Health Organization issued a report ranking vaccine hesitancy as one of the top 10 threats to global health in 2019. You didn’t know that vaccine hesitancy was one of the top 12 threats? Well, that’s what the World Health Organization says. The World Health Organization and US government are founding partners of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. In 2000, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation provided $750 million in seed money to spearhead the creation of Gavi, which is a public private partnership and multilateral funding mechanism involving the WHO, the governments, the vaccine industry, the World Bank, philanthropic foundations and civil society groups to improve access to new and underused vaccines for children living in the world’s poorest countries.
That is their stated mission according to an article authored by the National Vaccine Information Center, the Gates Foundation has given Johns Hopkins, more than $100 million in research grants since 2015, including for vaccine development and promotion. At the same time John’s Hopkins University receives more than $2 billion dollars per year in funding from US government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation, to conduct research, including for vaccine development and vaccine use promotion. The National Institutes of Health and other federal health agencies give millions of dollars in tax payer dollars to academic institutions and vaccine manufacturers to improve vaccine technology, find new lucrative vaccine markets and boost vaccine marketability. The US government also partners with the Gates Foundation to develop and promote vaccine use.
For example, in 2013, the CDC Foundation received three grants totaling $13.5M from the Gates Foundation to globally “advance the implementation” of meningitis and rotavirus vaccine programs. The Centers for Disease Control and the CDC Foundation have received more than $167M from the Gates Foundation. Vaccine manufacturers have also received millions of dollars in grants from the Gates Foundation, including GlaxoSmithKline [over $50M]; Merck $1.4M; Pfizer $16.5M; and Sanofi Pasteur $3.6M.
So you see, there’s this huge conflict of interest between these organizations, and giving unbiased information. In fact, the Johns Hopkins University ran Event 201 on October 18, 2019. That was a simulation of a global pandemic caused by a corona virus.
That sounds very familiar, doesn’t it?
And the Gates Foundation and Bill Gates made clear that they wanted the coronavirus to be designated, the coronavirus disease or COVID-19, as a pandemic.
An announcement was made that their foundation, in addition to other groups. Wellcome and MasterCard were giving $125 million to the World Health Organization-related organization to create a COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, I.e., to develop vaccines and other drugs; primarily vaccines, to help speed along speed along the coronavirus treatments to the infected. This is according to an editorial in the Washington Times by Cheryl Chumley. The day after that, the World Health Organization declared the situation of pandemic. What a coincidence! And Bill Gates or the Gates Foundation, I should say, had donated $50 million to this effort. So, we see that there is this unholy alliance between the Gates foundation, especially, and the governments. Because Bill Gates, with about $100 billion net worth, is definitely giving a lot of money to government agencies. By the way, including to on Mr. Fauci’s agency. Dr. Fauci who is, of course, on President Trump’s team, and to this John Hopkins University, which is one of the places where you will immediately see, they’re tracking the crisis.
What a coincidence. They were all set for it after their pandemic exercise. Just three months before the pandemic broke out, or two months, actually. I would also like to further read from this article on the National Vaccine Information Center website.
According to an article on the National Vaccine Information website:
In 2016, Global Justice Now published an investigative report, Gated Development: Is the Gates Foundation always a force for good? …
“To say that the BMGF has become an important actor in international development would be an understatement. When it comes to global health and agriculture policies, two of its key grant areas, the BMGF has become probably the most influential actor in the world. It is also likely that Bill Gates, who has regular access to world leaders and is in effect personally bankrolling hundreds of universities, international organisations, NGOs and media outlets, has become the single most influential voice in international development.”
“But the BMGF’s increasing global influence is not being subjected to democratic scrutiny. Unlike governments, which are formally accountable to their electorates, the BMGF is a private US foundation, and remains unaccountable to public bodies [except for tax reporting purposes]. Even worse, the BMGF appears to have bought the silence of academics, NGOs and the media who might otherwise be expected to criticize aspects of the foundation’s work.”