Just when you thought you had heard it all in terms of the health dangers posed by GMOs, or, for that matter, new all time lows in corporate greed, hypocrisy, and inhumanity, there's this one, and it concerns Mr. Bill Gates and his ownership of a tidy amount of Mon(ster)santo stock:

Bill Gates Dodges Questions on Why He Owns 500,000 Shares of Monsanto Read more:

Now, it's bad enough that companies like Duponzanto use what amounts to child slave labor. But let's remember, they were doing so in the West as well until relatively recently in history, and would have continued to pay adults basically subsistence wages and overworking them had it not been for the rise of labor movements in the West. Corporations do not have an admirable track record when left on their own. Neither, for that matter, do governments.

What's interesting here is that we have yet another example of the very rich being either very stupid, willfully ignorant, or both. I suspect in this case, the latter, for someone of Mr. Gates' idle leisure has the time and opportunity to study up, at the minimum, on the growing case against GMOs and the human health hazards they pose. So his refusal to answer questions in a chat is either a case of not wanting to admit he doesn't know, or worse, that he does know, and just doesn't want to be bothered with it, since such matters conflict with an already adopted agenda, one which it increasingly appears the elite adheres to as a kind of religious zealotry for a favorite dogma.

And that's all the worse for Mr. Gates. At least HRH Phillip had the good-bad taste to announce to the world he'd like to come back as a deadly virus or pathogen and wipe most of us out. Mr. Gates just doesn't want to address the issue.

So, for my part, after years of wrestling on PCs with his various versions and updates of the same old operating system crapola that made him a billionaire, I've decided that, if I can afford it, my next computer will be a Mac. Apple has like any corporation its problems. But I don't have to support the likes of a man who supports GMOs and thinks they're the answer to world hunger. The evidence is mounting they are no such thing, and are indeed hazardous to human health. Perhaps that's what Mr. Gates is really for, and doesn't want to discuss. Perhaps he, like the Bush family, will end up buying a ranch in Paraguay so that he too can be close to "old friends" and "like-minded people." I don't know, and moreover, I don't care.

In case I'm not being clear, I find Mr. Gates' views and attitude, as I find HRH Phillip's, repellant and loathsome.

See you on the flip side.

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Frankie Calcutta on February 26, 2013 at 8:42 am

    Take that Monsanto:

    India’s rice revolution.

    ” In a village in India’s poorest state, Bihar, farmers are growing world record amounts of rice – with no GM, and no herbicide. Is this one solution to world food shortages?”

    The revolution is now.

    • dhrobbins on March 9, 2013 at 10:24 am

      Nice article. Ingenuity wins over World Bank and IMF.

  2. enki-nike on February 24, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    I think Oscar Wilde was prescient about the depravity of corporations in his childrens’ story “The happy Prince”, published in 1888. Near the end of the story :

    “they melted the statue in a furnace, and the Mayor held a meeting of the Corporation to decide what was to be done with the metal. ‘We must have another statue, of course,’ he said, ‘and it shall be a statue of myself.’ ”

    I am sure Bill gates would like to have a statue of himself.

  3. Robert Barricklow on February 24, 2013 at 5:12 pm

    30 minute show weith Paul Craig Roberts
    Second half GMOS

    or google
    progressive news hour paul craig roberts 2/22/2013

  4. Robert Barricklow on February 24, 2013 at 10:12 am

    I read both
    Hard Drive: Bill Gatesand the making of the Microsoft Empire
    Overdrive: Bill Gates and the Race To Control Cyberspace
    Both by James Wallace.
    He is not a character on the side of what’s right. He’s a typical control-freak; hell bent on power and control. And he’s a great salesman.
    As Daffy Duck says:
    (Bill Gates) “Your Despicable!!!”

  5. marcos toledo on February 24, 2013 at 10:11 am

    It is interesting all the Western Empires that have fallen haven been base on slavery of all kinds. Most of the people in these society had nothing to lose when these empires fall. China,India.Persia might have broken up at times but in the end came back together after a time of disunion but until the west got through with them ever fell into barbarism like the west. Bill Gates is a supporter of slavery and genocide a true barbarian.

    • LSM on February 24, 2013 at 12:29 pm

      Hi marcos,

      all empires were supported by slavery- so look at our present situation- the minute anyone is subject to income tax (property tax, sales tax, etc.) he/she is enslaved to a ruthless financial system-

      “I owe my soul to the company store”- Johnny Cash (I find his last name very interesting; “cash”)

      “none are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are truly free”- Goethe

      stay well- regards-


  6. Margaret on February 24, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Altho’ he probably sees himself as an altruistic philanthrope Gates has been duped by globalists into funding their eugenics agendas while boosting the financial bottom lines of multinational corps. In 2010 he gave a TED talk about reducing overpop’n while funding vaccination programs in ‘underdeveloped’ countries (mainly Africa). Wm Engdahl exposes it here: Bill Gates talks about ‘vaccines to reduce population’
    At least Steve Jobs, while not a philanthropist, did not fund GMOs for Monsanto and sterilization, oops, vaccination programs for big pharma. He gave us elegant Macs, for which I’ve been glad since 1990.

    • LSM on February 24, 2013 at 9:55 am

      Hi Margaret- always glad to read your postings-

      I agree with most about you just posted but if Steve Jobs wasn’t a philanthropist he couldn’t possibly have achieved what he gleaned- no-one rises to the pinnacle of anything on their own accord- there’s always a huge financial machine behind it-

      I truly hope your read info about him not funding Monsanto or advocating vaccines is true (maybe that was why he was advised to chose chemotherapy to hasten his death)-

      please continue to stay well-

      viele lieben Grüße von mir (I know/you told me you understand German :-))-


      • LSM on February 24, 2013 at 11:06 am

        Margaret- please forgive my typo-errors! (Ugh! I need to be drawn and quartered)

      • Margaret on February 24, 2013 at 12:01 pm

        Thank you Larry. Yes, caveat re vaccines: Apple was a contributor, along w/ Gates, to that noble mission, Global Fund to Fight AIDS in Africa. After returning to rebuild Apple, Jobs cancelled its philanthropic programs. If he made personal charitable donations they weren’t in his own name. I think Apple was its own financial machine, reserving profits to reinvest in product development. – Ja, ein bisschen. Auch Ihnen freundlichen Grüßen.

        • LSM on February 24, 2013 at 12:15 pm

          “If he made personal charitable donations they weren’t in his own name”- exactly- I think in the end game he was being manipulated- aren’t all corporate entities?

          • Margaret on February 24, 2013 at 8:20 pm

            Charitable donations made by his wife in the family name certainly didn’t reflect on him. Are you saying that he didn’t make donations in his own name because he was being manipulated? Perhaps I misunderstand. I think probably he was about his cancer treatments …

    • amunaor on February 24, 2013 at 2:19 pm

      Gates doesn’t give a rat’s ass about what or who Monsanto kills, his greedy sorry-ass self just sniffs out a great money maker…period. Perhaps the psychosis of this greedy philanthropist thinks he can chemically ‘weed’ out those he perceives to be infringing upon his own rights to steal. Such is the simple and empty motivation driving this phalange of unlearned hypocrites.

      Steve Job’s is just as bad as Brother Bill. While Jobs filched Xerox patents upon which he molded the Apple Operating System, Gates swindled a program writer out of the code that became the DOS (Disk Operating System) foundation to the PC world. In the beginning Gates and Jobs were partners; Gates writing the first basic software, such as Microsoft Word for Apple hardware.

      When Brother Bill attempted steal, let’s say mimic, Apple’s Operating System and claim it for his own, the two pirates parted company, while the drawn out battle of the Operating Systems, morphed DOS into the GUI Windows interface PC owners know today.

      Both common thieves now vehemently shield their theft behind patent rights.

      My son still has my very first Apple computer, from 1987, packed away in its original box; a nine inch, ASCII monitor, which used an 1800-baud modem to log into, non-graphical-interface, bulletin boards. After several iterations of ‘very expensive’ eye-candy Macs, in the mid-90,s I kicked Mac’s out of my life and moved over to, what my brother in-law referred to as, the dark-side, vowing never to go back.

      You can’t get away from it! In the hardware department, the major designer of motherboards and CPU’s, Intel; another one that began life as a garage-band, now has major military contracts, which does Microsoft as well.

      Ironically, both Gates and Jobs came out of the 1960’s counter-culture and initially there might have been altruistic motivations, but any such notions would have become twisted by the corporate environment and swept into the gutter a long time ago.

      A good option might be to use Intel hardware while running ‘open source’ system software such as Ubantu. But even they are slowly succumbing to the suffocating pressures of the commercial editions.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 24, 2013 at 7:58 pm

        All info on Gates is spot on.

        There is/has been a battle of:
        open vs closed systems.
        Of Public vs Private.
        Of political capital vs economic capital.
        The closed private economic captial systems are ravishingly feasting upon the open public political capital systems with impunity.
        This pyramid scheme of “order” must be turned upsidedown/insideout.

        This saga continue in a new article put out by Global Research/Why Banking Elite Want Riots In America. They want to tighten the screws even further on this “closed” globalized system.

      • kamutef on February 25, 2013 at 8:54 am

        Well said.
        Former pirate now fully paid up member of the global mafiocracy.

  7. LSM on February 24, 2013 at 9:23 am

    the minute climate changes (whatever their cause) become a political movement someone is trying to politicize the climate-

    sort of like religions; the minute a religion becomes politicized (just start with the three Abrahamic religions- haven’t been politcized? guess again) the religion becomes a policical movement and not a religion anymore-

    do we see a pattern here?

  8. HAL838 on February 24, 2013 at 9:04 am

    Not only are we charged/taxed for the air we breathe,
    we must reduce our “carbon footprint” by 1/2.
    Take tiny breaths, children, and try not to move,
    it’s all CO2 and the exchange machine is gone
    [the large forests]

    Eat [UN]healthy Monsanto and remember to shovel
    down [all] your pills with bovine treated milk and/or
    flouridated water.

    Life is easier when you don’t have to think.
    WE will do that for you.

    [WE will control the vertical]
    [WE will control the horizontal]
    [WE will control EVERYTHING]

    We will control…well, you get the idea…
    and if you don’t… matter….

    • Robert Barricklow on February 24, 2013 at 10:04 am

      …”You are about to participate in a great adventure.” …

      • HAL838 on February 24, 2013 at 12:35 pm

        I’ll pass

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