Well, that didn’t take long, did it? Shortly after war criminal Obama was given the Nobel Peace Prize, the UN awarded the World Food Prize to an Ethiopian agronomist (Gebisa Ejeta) who’s apparently a big fan of genetically modified food.
About the same time, the media announced Bill Gates’ war against environmentalists, whom he claimed were hurting Gates’ efforts to feed the starving Africans only Bill Gates cares about. Oh, yes - Gates flew to Iowa for the World Food Prize award ceremony and to tout the Gates Foundation’s global mission of philanthropy, charity, mercy and all around goodness. All these coincidences prompted me to write a post about what looks to me like a big, sinister conspiracy (Bill Gates Wins Nobel Peace Prize).
Then, just a few days ago, it was announced that pResident Obama has nominated a former Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation executive to head the U.S. Agency for International Development. Rajiv Shah, who has degrees in medicine and economics, currently holds a senior position at the Agriculture Department, dealing with food security.
Shah had several positions at the Gates Foundation, including managing its $1.5 billion contribution to a global vaccination fund and helping launch the foundation’s Global Development program where he oversaw a $1.3 billion investment portfolio. He was running the Gates Foundation’s agriculture development program when he was tapped for the agriculture post as Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics, as well as chief scientist, at the USDA.
Writing for the Seattle Times - a right-wing Microsoft mouthpiece that endorsed George W. Bush for pResident - media whore Kristi Helm notes that Shah served as a health care policy adviser on Al Gore’s presidential campaign before joining the Gates Foundation in 2001 (Former Gates Foundation exec Raj Shah to head USAID, November 10, 2009).
Initially, Shah “worked as policy analyst and senior economist and developed an innovative program for vaccine financing” and “served as director of strategic opportunities and deputy director of policy and finance for the global health program.”
During his stint in Seattle, Shah also served on the boards of the Seattle Public Library (home of Microsoft Auditorium) and the Seattle Community College District.
Here’s an interesting paragraph: “The Gates Foundation has shown its growing clout in the capital with Bill Gates among Obama’s first visitors to the White House, influencing education policy, and Bill and Melinda Gates recently appearing before policy makers in Washington D.C., calling on them to maintain the U.S. commitment to foreign aid and global health funding.”
Of course, we’ve become used to Bill Gates experimenting with OUR schools and pissing and moaning about the H1B visa program in front of Congress. Even in these dire economic times, Mr. “Creative Capitalism” earns his nickname by attempting to ignore American workers by recruiting cheaper labor from abroad. Some philanthropist, huh?
This isn’t a trivial connect-the-dots exercise. Bill Gates’ continuing infiltration of government and ongoing attempt to commandeer education, the health care industry, the genetically modified food racket and probably motherhood itself poses a far, far greater threat to America and the entire world than Al Queda, the Taliban, Hugo Chavez, the Teletubbies and just about any other bogeyman our clueless “leaders” can dream up.
Bill Gates needs to be stopped! A good starting place would be a simple list of Microsofties who have infiltrated government, the media and other major institutions. A similar list should be started to keep track of employees of the law/lobbying firm Bill Gates’ father heads. (Sorry, I don’t know what its official name is this week.)
Of course, we’ve learned not to expect any help from the brain-dead liberals who call Seattle home; they’re part of the problem. If we could just get Hugo Chavez to step up to the plate and declare war on the most powerful member of the corporate mafia he so despises...