The Epstein-Gates partnership has been in the news a lot lately after a federal judge on November 9 approved a $365 million settlement with Epstein's victims and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Many of Epstein's crimes would not have been possible were it not for Gates and JPMorgan, we now know.
After founding Microsoft and toying around there for a while, Gates, as many well know, dove headlong into the world of pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). His eugenicist leanings were a perfect fit for these industries, which are part and parcel of the child trafficking racket.
Gates and JPMorgan named their partnership, created around 2011, the Global Health Investment Fund (GHIF). The fund was created with the help of JPMorgan executive James E. "Jes" Staley, who contributed to the Epstein-Gates profiteering scheme involving vaccines and other health technologies.
"Epstein wanted a piece of the action, and Staley brought Epstein into the Gates partnership," reports explain about the arrangement.
"At the time, Staley managed the Epstein relationship for the bank, and Epstein was a valuable client who brought JPMorgan a lot of business. Epstein was an adviser to billionaires like Victoria's Secret mogul Leslie Wexner and Wall Street legend Leon Black and the 'family offices' which manage their fortunes. Wexner and Black deny any involvement in Epstein's criminal activities."
(Related: One of the top priorities of Bill Gates is to force-vaccinate the world through any means possible, including aerosol vaccines that are breathed in rather than injected.)
Once the partnership was forged, other powerful investors wanted a piece of the pie. These include The Pfizer Foundation, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), and various other entities funded by the governments of Canada, Sweden, and Germany. There were also private contributions from "qualified individuals and family offices."
The stated purpose of GHIF was to provide individual and institutional investors the opportunity to finance late-stage global health technologies, meaning emerging health technologies that are just about complete, in order to "have the potential" to save millions of lives in low-income countries.
To help offset any potential losses should the plan go awry, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, along with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, made a commitment to intervene and provide fresh cash injections as needed to keep the operation afloat.
In the early days of GHIF, Epstein began pitching other business ideas to Gates and the other foundation staff. The two met "many times," we now know, with Gates flying numerous times on Epstein's Gulfstream private plane from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to Palm Beach, Fla., according to a March 2013 flight manifest.
"It turned out that Gates and Epstein had mutual interests in the areas of global health and funding scientific breakthroughs," reports explain.
"Both men also had a deep interest in genetic tinkering projects. Epstein reportedly wanted to 'seed the human race' with his own DNA by impregnating scores of women. Ironically (or perhaps hypocritically), Epstein was concerned about overpopulation."
Gates is similarly obsessed with the idea of overpopulation, stating again and again throughout his "philanthropic" career that he believes mass vaccinating the third world will help to reduce the global population by a substantial amount.
"The world today has 6.8 billion people," Gates stated at a TED talk a few years back. "That's headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent."
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