Bill Gates, Co-Chair the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation shows a vaccine during the press conference. UN Photo / Jean-Marc FerrŽ

(Natural News) Though he never discloses the truth in any of his many media appearances, billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates is heavily vested in the success of a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination program, the mere prospect of which has already enriched his personal net worth by an additional $10 billion since the plandemic first began.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation currently has major investments in numerous vaccine companies, including many of the ones that the Trump administration is funding with taxpayer dollars through Operation Warp Speed.

According to The Nation, one of the few mainstream news outlets brave enough to tell the truth about Gates, the Gates Foundation has a $40 million stake in German pharmaceutical giant CureVac, the stocks of which soared by 400 percent after going public in August.

The Gates Foundation is also invested in Merck & Co., GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Novartis, Sanofi and AstraZeneca, all of which are currently in the process of developing their own respective vaccines for the Wuhan coronavirus.

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“Gates himself described his foundation as intimately involved in the partnership between AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford,” The Nation further reported.

“Gates had the leverage to push the university … because the foundation is one of the founders and largest funders of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, which in turn funds the University of Oxford’s vaccine development (to the tune of some $384 million),” the magazine further revealed.

The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), a Gates Foundation organization, also invested $750 million into AstraZeneca, which is developing a vaccine that in trials has already been shown to cause neurological damage in human test subjects.

Moderna, yet another Wuhan coronavirus vaccine manufacturer, likewise received about $20 million from the Gates Foundation to develop its own jab utilizing mRNA technology – if you are unfamiliar with mRNA technology, you can learn more about it at this link.

The Gates Foundation reportedly set up a “global health project framework agreement” with Moderna in which it was agreed that Gates would spend $100 million to license it in exchange for receiving “certain non-exclusive licenses” from Moderna, the details of which have yet to be publicly revealed.

By the way, you can find more Wuhan coronavirus news at Pandemic.news.

Gates never discloses conflicts of interest despite being touted as a COVID-19 “expert”

Despite all these financial ties to vaccine manufacturers, Gates continues to appear on television as some kind of Wuhan coronavirus “expert,” when he really is just a Wuhan coronavirus  investor who is already profiting heavily from the promotion of a future plandemic “cure” through vaccination.

Gates even authored a “scientific” paper for the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in which he pretended to be an “expert” while deliberately failing to disclose any of his many conflicts of interest. Instead, Gates simply wrote “numerous” in the section where he was supposed to list his known conflicts.

The Nation deserves commendation for disclosing the Gates Foundation’s “mutually beneficial opportunities” with vaccine companies, especially since almost no other mainstream media outlet is willing to do so. The reason, sadly, is that many of them are also quietly funded by Gates, and thus have become his personal mouthpiece to promote his vaccine programs.

NPRBBCABCAl JazeeraThe Daily Telegraph and The Guardian all receive funding from the Gates Foundation. The Guardian‘s entire “Global Development” section, in fact, only exists because of a financial partnership with the Gates Foundation.

According to The Seattle Times, Gates also invests in “journalism” training programs whereby “experts coached in Gates-funded programs write columns that appear in media outlets from The New York Times to the Huffington Post, while digital portals blur the line between journalism and spin.”

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