Bill Gates is funding research for more drugs: His father suffers from Alzheimer’s which inspired him to invest $100M

Bill Gates is funding research for more drugs: His father suffers from Alzheimer’s which inspired him to invest $100M
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(Natural News) Bill Gates recently disclosed that his father has Alzheimer’s disease. Gates also announced that his father’s illness inspired him to donate a staggering $100 million towards Alzheimer’s disease research. But, as is typical of Bill Gates, his motives are not as altruistic as they may seem. The billionaire businessman admits that his donations are driven by the fear that he too will one day struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.

Of his massive donation, $50 million will reportedly go to the Dementia Discovery Fund. The other half will go to a national patent registry and an international research database. And as the United Kingdom’s Daily Mail reports, both sums will be drawn from Gates’ personal fortune, and are separate from the infamous Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

In an interview with NBC’s Maria Shriver, Gates commented that his 92-year-old father’s diagnosis prompted concerns about his own brain “staying intact as long as possible.”

Gates has garnered quite the reputation; to some, he’s a philanthropist who focuses on the poor and underprivileged in developing nations. To others, Gates is a man who funds experimentation on the poor and underprivileged in developing nations.

The mainstream propagandist media may do their best to paint Bill Gates in a heroic, shining light — but the truth is that where his money goes, darkness often follows. In 2016, it was revealed that over 30,000 Indian children had been used as test subjects under Bill Gates’ version of philanthropy — wherein the less fortunate people of the world are used as guinea pigs for medical experiments.

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As Natural News writer LJ Devon reported, Indian children and their parents were told that they were being given “wellness shots,” when in fact they were being injected with was Merck’s HPV vaccine. Reports indicate that five girls died in the months following their three rounds of shots, and another 16,000 children between the ages of 9 and 15 suffered with deteriorating health. Another 14,000 children in a different province were given GlaxoSmithKline’s Cervarix vaccine.

All of these vaccination efforts were pushed onto parents and their children without informed consent; they were simply told these shots were for “well-being” or “healthcare.”

While Gates and his cronies may pretend that these shots were doled out to innocent victims out of the goodness of their hearts, the people of India seem to disagree. In fact, in 2017, India pushed out the Gates Foundation for their ties to Big Pharma and vaccine-related fraud.

The Economic Times of India reported on the matter, commenting, “The Centre has shut the gate on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on a critical national health mission, and possible conflict of interest issues arising from the foundation’s ‘ties’ with pharmaceutical companies is one of the reasons.”

Beyond their vaccine scandals, Gates and his foundation have become known for their depopulation agenda, as well. When Bill Gates says he’s donating somewhere, it’s time to keep an eye out for what tricks he may be up to next. While he may be concerned about his own risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, that doesn’t mean he’s concerned about anyone else. Who will end up being hurt on Gates’ quest to protect his own brain from the deleterious effects of disease?

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