BY TONY MOBILIFONITIS
AUSTRALIAN universities and their offshoot institutions have been sucking in money from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for decades and they are wilfully pushing his Orwellian global control agenda under the guise of “fighting the pandemic” and promoting “global population health”.
Jeffrey Epstein’s little sleazebag mate Bill (now abandoned by Melinda) has such vast reserves of cash he can dole out $100 million grants like lollies to 10 influential universities around the world easily within a year. Gates has in fact bragged about “investing” $10 billion over a decade into “global health organizations aimed at increasing access to vaccines” and getting a return of $200 billion.
And don’t think the more humble handouts like the $241,484 given in December 2020 to a University of Melbourne scholarship program by Gates are not “deeply appreciated” either. “Gates encourages its scholars to create social impact with their academic work, and its media platform has been important in helping me reach a wider audience for my work,” a PhD student in “Multi-discipline Gender Studies” says on the website. Yes, Gates is also facilitating the gender-bending globalist claptrap pushed by schools and government departments across the West.
PhD scholars going to Cambridge Uni get a 100% fee remission and at least $35,000 for expenses, all thanks to Uncle Bill and Aunty Belinda. And they are not the only ones in that mega-rich circle who “facilitate” and “guide” our “social development”. Look at the Clintons and their Global Foundation, or the Rockefeller family, who have been involved in eugenics programs since at least early last century and who still work closely with Gates. Bill Gates’ father headed up Planned Parenthood, the eugenics-based organisation that encouraged African-American women to get abortions.
The Gates Cambridge Scholarship program was established in October 2000 with a “donation” of US$210 million from Gates Foundation to the University of Cambridge, the largest ever single donation to a UK university. Oh, claps all round for the Gates. No strings attached to that of course because it all about the noble cause of “building a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others” ie a global network of brainwashed, bought and paid-for health academics, bureaucrats and politicians.
And then there’s the Kirby Institute at the University of NSW, “established in 1986 in response to the then emerging HIV epidemic”. And how much did the Gates Foundation dole out to the Kirby Institute in 2009? Oh, just a casual little US$12.5 million.
And of course in Melbourne there’s the Doherty Institute, a joint venture between The University of Melbourne and The Royal Melbourne Hospital. No prizes for guessing who’s been pouring money into them either. And again, the Gates money goes into “research” driving his “global health” ie global vaccination agenda.
Doherty’s Biggs Group led by Dr Christopher Morgan, has the role of “Global immunisation strategy and policy”. The collaborators are, surprise, surprise, the WHO. And the job specification? “Consultations and writing to develop the global immunisation strategy for the next ten years (2021 – 2030). Funny how that just coincides with Bill and Melinda’s pet project and the vaccine-pushing plandemic.
And just in case you think that’s not specific enough, there Dr Morgan’s other little project called the Vaccines Innovations Prioritisation Working Group. Get the picture. And the collaborators are GAVI, PATH and the Gates Foundation – all part of that vast multinational network pushing the Gates-Rockefeller people-control and global vaccination agenda.
If that’s not enough to convince you of a vast Gates conspiracy to hijack medical research, take a look at Melbourne’s Burnet Institute, which in 2012 was a “Grand Challenges Explorations” winner, an initiative, again funded by the Gates mega-moneybags.
And what did that entail? Burnet’s Centre for Immunology and Dr Damien Drew, senior postdoctoral research officer, running “an innovative global health and development research project, titled Novel platform to accelerate vaccine development against Plasmodium vivax malaria”. Didthey ever hear of the global anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine? No siree, Gates says you need a vaccine for malaria and what Gates and Co. says goes, because they dish out the big dollars.
And when your vaccine comes online, guess whose invested in the sponsoring company’s shares up to their eyeballs? Yes, Billy Boy himself, who bragged in January 2019 about turning $10 billion into $200 billion. “Investing in global health organizations aimed at increasing access to vaccines creates a 20-to-1 return, the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist says,” CNBC reported.
“Over the past two decades, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has donated ‘a bit more than $10 billion’ into mainly three groups: the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.”
One academic figure pushing the COVID plandemic lockdown agenda early on was Professor Tony Blakely, who used the discredited Imperial College London study to make outrageous COVID predictions. He told The Australian, for instance, that “infections could climb to as many as 500,000 a day within weeks” and in the Australian Medical Journal (with other contributors) that deaths could exceed 100,000 under current fatality rates.
The predictions prompted a petition on change.org to the Vice Chancellor of Melbourne University to reign-in the professor. “We, therefore, request that any future releases to the press by Professor Blakely are checked by a suitably qualified team of auditors, actuaries and health economists prior to their release by the University,” the petitioners wrote.
“We understand that academics have a lot of independence, but it is difficult not to conclude that Professor Blakely is scaremongering at a time of national crisis, and a lot of the people’s freedoms have been curtailed, based partially upon public opinion, driven by his advice.”
Natural disaster funding a ‘con’
by Jim O’Toole Townsville bureau
The Federal Government’s aid package for grazing property owners is a terrible confidence trick still being played on survivors of the horrendous floods in North Western Queensland.
More than 600,000 head of cattle were estimated to have been lost in the February, 2019 deluge.
Prior to the federal election held on May 18, 2019 the government appointed former Northern Territory Chief Minister Shane Stone to sell their Clayton’s recovery package which involves a so-called $400,000 grant.
This week the Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority has placed advertisements in regional newspapers offering these grants of $400,000 for restocking lost livestock, replanting lost or damaged crops repairing or replacing damaged or lost on-farm infrastructure.
A meeting of affected landowners held in Winton in April was told the $400,000 federal grant was available to individual graziers who had matching funds.
In other words if a family farmer had $400,000 in his bank account, the grant was available.
It was pointed out at the meeting by a flood victim that the entire North Western region had been in a seven year drought before the ‘Great Flood’ event.
“How would any of us have $400,000 in the bank after feeding stock for so long?” the grazier asked.
Mr Stone was at great pains to explain the ‘grant’ was just that; no repayments were required provided there were matching funds.
The lasting legacy of the flood has already seen an exodus of generational farmers from the area with predictions of more to leave.
They are unable to continue on their properties, some held for more than 100 years, because they simply have given up hope.
The national cattle herd numbers are seriously depleted due to ongoing drought in all eastern states.
Suitable replacement cattle are not available for restocking.
Governments have deployed counsellors and financial advisors to the area trying to stem widespread bouts of personal depression and giving financial advice to stressed farmers in an effort to extract them from this economic maelstrom.