A double-down on Agenda 2030.
GATES NEW INVESTMENT
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is calling for “a new approach” to achieve Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (the ‘SDGs’) at the Goalkeepers 2022 summit.
The organisation has pledged US$1.27 billion to international health and development for the United Nations, to ‘tackle world issues such as hunger, diseases, gender equality, climate change and poverty’:
The Goalkeepers are a Gates-community of “changemakers” who are “advancing the Global Goals in diverse ways”. These unelected ‘leaders’ represent a range of cultures, professions, and interests.
The new pledge includes the following investments towards Agenda 2030:
US$912 million to the Global Fund, an international organisation established in 2002 with seed money from the Gates Foundation. The group aims to end the epidemics by 2030.
US$200 million will go toward building digital infrastructure in low-and-middle-income countries.
- This infrastructure encompasses tools such as interoperable payment systems, digital ID, data-sharing systems, and civil registry databases.
US$100 million will help alleviate the food crises in Africa and South Asia, including:
- The Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) to support national governments in rebuilding resilient, sustainable local food systems.
- The African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP) to make fertilizers affordable and accessible for smallholder farmers.
US$50 million will be set aside for a health scholarship fund in Rwanda.
The organisation used the opportunity to show off what they have achieved so far at the event:
Ahead of the recent 2022 U.N. General Assembly, the Gates Foundation said in its sixth annual Goalkeepers Report that nearly every indicator of the Global Goals, including in entrenched issues such as poverty, inequality, and climate change, had seen “setbacks”.
The foundation stresses, however, that “failure is not inevitable,” and that when put to the test, “human ingenuity can lead to substantive breakthroughs”.
“That’s why our foundation is significantly stepping up our commitment to help confront crises now and ensure long-term impact across critical determinants of health and development.”Mark Suzman, Gates Foundation CEO, said in a release.
The foundation aims to showcase progress around certain goals and “to galvanize action across multiple stakeholders—private sector, philanthropists, governments,” Suzman said.
“Significant in size though we are as a philanthropy, our resources are dwarfed by the needs. The only way we can get success is through these partnerships.”
The moves show a deeper side to the group, perhaps not as well known as their medical interests.
A GROUP OF MANY HATS
Although Bill Gates has become synonymous with pharma trickery and vaccines during the pandemic period, his organisation has actually had their hand in many pockets over the decades.
They have been a leading group pushing the dystopian transition we are witnessing, in many forms.
In 2010, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation purchased 500,000 shares in Monsanto valued at more than $23 million. The so-called benevolent charity hopes GMO can feed the world’s poor.
Gates himself has also become a major buyer of U.S. farmland in recent years:
He is even now a leading ‘expert’ on the forefront of climate change:
Melinda Gates is the driving force for gender studies, equality and more cultural marxism. She has made ‘women’s issues’ one of the top priorities for their philanthropic work.
At Goalkeepers 2021, Melinda debuted a bizarre video speaking on changing the scope of empowerment:
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.
Which is where we get to the heart of their agenda.
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”.
A re-branded organisation birthed out of the American Eugenics Society, Planned Parenthood was built on population control schemes — allied with the same groups who wanted genetic hierarchy laws to ‘preserve’ humanity and stop the “unfit” from reproducing.
If you haven’t checked out our piece on the Gates Family, it is highly recommended:
Agenda 2030 is all a part of this plan. The SDGs contain elements of transformation that influence every facet of our lives, and it is all being decided by the characters and groups thousands of kilometres away.
AUSTRALIA AND THE UN
The UN was established in 1945 by 51 countries, who met in San Francisco at the United Nations Conference on International Organization to draw up the United Nations Charter.
Australia was a founding member of the United Nations and has been actively engaged in the organisation since its formation, with Herbert ‘Doc’ Evatt working extensively on the project and the development of both the UN and various charters.
Evatt went on to become the third President of the UN General Assembly from 1948 to 1949, and during his tenure, he was instrumental in the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
According to Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs, since 1945, Australian foreign policy has been informed by the underlying principles and purposes of the United Nations.
This included parliamentary advisers attached to the UN, the creation of the Australian Parliamentary Association for UNICEF, the United Nations Parliamentary Group and much more.
Agenda 21 was signed by the Australian government in 1999, which was a document primarily focused on the environment and resources control. From here, Agenda 2030 was born.
Australian government coordination on implementation of the 2030 Agenda is led by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C), in collaboration with individual departments for each individual SDG.
The UN, World Economic Forum and World Health Organisation continue to shape our nation to this day.
It is no wonder that Bill Gates praised Australia’s pandemic response.
We are right in the thick of things.
It seems things are about to ramp up on the transformation front, with only just over 7 years to go.
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