In the following, Ethan Nash examines links between COVID-19 ‘solutions’ and social eugenics movements, including Bill Gates Snr and Planned Parenthood, the Gates Foundation and philanthropy deceptions, vested vaccine interests and engineering a pandemic.
THE EUGENICS MOVEMENT
In the late 19th century — a critical time in development of the sciences — British scholar Sir Francis Galton, in his book Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development, coined the term ‘eugenics’.
Galton, whose cousin was Charles Darwin, hoped to ‘better humankind’ through the ‘science of improving the human species’ by selectively mating people with specific desirable hereditary traits.
Supporters of eugenics believe people inherit mental illness, criminal tendencies and even poverty, and that these conditions can be ‘bred out’ of the human gene pool through forced sterilization. Not surprisingly, ‘undesirable’ traits were concentrated in poor, uneducated and minority populations.
Many professionals in the scientific and biological fields rigorously researched ways to ‘improve the human race’ through means of eliminating these ‘negative traits’, and the movement would soon garner widespread political support — particularly in Australia.
As we have explored, the likes of Professor Richard Berry and growing Eugenics Societies of NSW and Victoria played a pivotal role in mass campaigns for laws allowing the establishment of a ”lethal chamber” to euthanise what these groups called ”the grosser types of our mental defectives”.
Following World War I, numerous eugenics-based ideologies were beginning to enter mainstream societies across the world. However, after Hitler would adopt these concepts and implement an aggressive form of the concept, the world grew sour and a new change was needed to continue.
The concepts of eugenics were not exorcised from Western thinking following World War II, rather, they went underground or and were reinvented by assuming more “compassionate” guises.
Julian Huxley’s significant contributions to the movement ensured that the underlying notions associated with eugenics would transform and continue into new social movements.
During the 1950s, these groups would re-define eugenics as ‘socially progressive’, with linkages to the newly formed and comprehensive welfare states that offered ‘solutions’ to poverty and disease.
Huxley adeptly associated the ‘new and modern’ eugenics movement with a range of reformist ideologies, such as the popularisation of birth control, the decriminalisation of homosexuality and abortion law reform. He described this process as “eugenic modernisation”.
The basic premise remained the same, however: it is far easier to eliminate the poor and the suffering, than it is to eliminate the complex and tenacious sources of their poverty or their suffering.
These people believe the masses are too moronic to govern themselves.
A plethora of new-age organisations and movements would arise during the era of ‘counter-culture’, and this ‘progression’ continued, the now-notorious Gates family would soon enter the picture.
BILL GATES SNR AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD
The key to understanding Bill Gates’ exposure to eugenic concepts is to trace his family past.
Bill Gates’ father, William H. Gates, Sr., was a prominent banker and a lawyer in Preston Gates & Ellis. He also presided over many bar associations, organisation boards and started the Technology Alliance — a regional push to expand technology-based jobs throughout the 20th century.
The company spread from beginnings in Cold Spring Harbor genetics and virology labs on Long Island and Berlin, to today become one of the largest organisations in the US. Rockefeller-Bayar Co., BASF and Hoechst petrochemical-pharmaceutical consortium were all initial funders of the group.
Make no mistake: Planned Parenthood was built on population control schemes — allied with the same groups who wanted genetic hierarchy laws to ‘preserve’ humanity and who sought to ‘beautify’ countries by stopping the “unfit” from reproducing.
In their 2014 Annual Report, the pro-abortion and anti-family group reported seeing over 2.5 million patients in over 4 million clinical visits, including 324,000 abortions. The group claims to be a proponent of ‘free choice’, yet it is a eugenics front organisation in disguise.
Planned Parent has recently gone through their second executive in just eight months, after sacking President Leana Wen for daring to suggest the group should focus more on women’s health.
Does this sound like a group that dedicated to improving society? This one showdown revealed a genuine rift in the organization and a simple truth: promoting ‘women’s health’ was always a cover.
Bill Gates proudly speaks on his father’s involvement on the board of Planned Parenthood, which was founded on the concept that most human beings are just “reckless breeders”.
Gates’ father would take the concepts learned at Planned Parenthood and incorporate them into building the foundational blueprint for a new era of philanthropy activities that remain to this day.
THE GATES FOUNDATION
The group, like Planned Parenthood, would first focus on ‘improving’ reproductive and child health in the developing world. After pioneering philanthropist activities, the company merged with the new Gates Learning Foundation to create the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in 2000.
The methodologies have evolved leaps-and-bounds since the early formation of the movement, however the objective remains the same. This time, the new multifaceted approach would see the philanthropist group partner with powerful United Nations organizations like the World Health Organisation (WHO) and UNICEF.
Today, the group is focused on many areas that drive continued work across the world. These activities have given birth to new forms of technological, eugenic endeavours.
The organisation is simply continuing the Gates family legacy of trying to dominate and control the world’s systems, including in the areas of technology, medicine and now agriculture.
In 2010, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation purchased 500,000 shares in Monsanto valued at more than $23 million. This is when it became abundantly clear that the so-called benevolent charity is up to something other than ‘eradicating’ disease and feeding the world’s poor.
The evidence that GMOs cause disease has been piling up for decades, as the list of countries banning their import and cultivation grows. Bill openly promotes GMOs as the ‘answer’ to world hunger, but many think this is in exactly the same vein as when the British Army handed small pox-infested blankets out to desperate American Indians during the French and Indian War.
Melinda Gates has also made ‘women’s issues’ one of the top priorities for their philanthropic work. This includes the decision to elevate contraception-promotion and population control as “arguably the single-most important part of her work”. She has been openly criticised for these moves.
In 2017, the Gates Foundation pledged another $375 million for ‘family planning’, with the goal of providing contraception to 120 million women across the world, particularly in developing countries.
This emphasis on blanketing developing countries with artificial contraception for which women aren’t asking for reeks of social engineering and paternalistic eugenicist thinking.
The fact that couples in developing countries often desire and value large families means nothing to many Western elitist philanthropists: the not-so-subliminal underlying presumption is that women who desire large families simply don’t know what’s good for them. As such, they need to be educated and ‘encouraged’ with large-scale, foreign-funded advertising companies and coercion.
Now that we have explored the history of the Gates family, influences and aims of philanthropist philosophies and modern eugenics programs across the world, let’s explore the relatable picture.
BILL GATES AND VACCINES
Bill Gates needs no introduction. He is one of the most influential Polyergus of all time. For 25 years, he has controlled what has grown to become a multibillion-dollar colossus, Microsoft, and made himself one of the richest men in the world. The tech world was largely born through Gates.
He accomplished this feat not by inventing new technology, but by taking existing technology, adapting it to a ‘specific market’, and then dominating that market.
In recent years, Gates has turned a good deal of his attention towards philanthropy by creating the largest private foundation in the world, with over $46 billion in assets. He has secured billions of dollars in contributions from other wealthy benefactors such as Warren Buffett, and is primarily dedicated to ‘enhancing healthcare’ and ‘alleviating poverty’ across the world.
Bill Gates is heavily involved in development of new vaccines, as well as ‘forecasting’ international health challenges of tomorrow (such as preparing for epidemics), and works beyond the scope of national oversight and accountability in most cases.
He has spent years involved in the vaccine-manufacturing process, including quality control and clinical evaluation. This understanding has allowed Gates to ‘advise’ vaccine development programs and fund research into new areas of innovation for multiple disease programs:
Gates invests in expertise and platform technologies that help us make vaccines faster, ‘better’ and cheaper, in addition to also investing in numerous education and training programs to ensure that knowledge around vaccines is created, shared and retained. Some examples of this include:
- Adaptive trial designs.
- Streamlining the schedule and dosing of vaccines.
- Novel delivery formats for vaccines.
- Modular, automated manufacturing platforms enabling small-batch vaccine production.
The billionaire was an early investing partner in the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), which has now grown a substantial portfolio of public-private international health partnerships that are committed to increasing access to immunisation.
Today, GAVI has grown significantly. The group brings together developing country and donor governments (including Australia), the World Health Organization, UNICEF, the World Bank, the vaccine industry, research and technical agencies, civil society and other private philanthropists.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has donated $1.56 billion to the alliance’s 2016-2020 strategic period as of March 2019, and continues to advise the group on key business decisions.
Gates heavy involvement in the vaccine industry, in addition to continuing the eugenicists visions of the ‘social’ reformation, was fundamental in framing his positive public perception on the matter.
Considered a ‘hero’ in the fight to develop new technologies against growing diseases, the stage had now been set for Gates to become the new ‘go to’ voice if a pandemic was to ever break out.