How Bill Gates Bought Control Over the NIH
Last Updated on November 4, 2021 by Shaun Snapp
- Bill Gates bought control over the NIH.
- We cover how he was able to accomplish this.
Bill Gates has engaged in a multiyear campaign to buy off every well known entity that influences global pandemic policy. This article explains how he bought off the NIH.
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The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Donations to the NIH
Over in the United States, health is overwhelmingly directed by Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Fauci is not new to the business either, having been the advisor to every president since Ronald Reagan. Unlike other public figures, Fauci and Gates keep no secret of their relationship with each other. “It’s a helpful collaboration, which we’ve always had”, Gates said during an interview. According to Gates, the two often have phone calls.
In November last year, Bill Gates started a podcast, his first guest was Fauci, who spoke with him very casually. Fauci ended with: “Thank you Bill, it was great to be with you, Bill and I do this without the microphones, every couple of weeks we touch bases, and compare notes and learn from each other so it’s great to see you Bill.”
″[Fauci] and I were talking about the critical path in our last call and how to orchestrate Gates Foundation resources and government resources to get to the bottom of those questions.”
“We’re talking a lot about these variants and what that will do,”
Earlier this June, a series of freedom of information requests were made to the NIAID, asking to see Anthony Fauci’s involvement with Bill Gates. Some of the requests revealed emails with Emilio Emini, the former vice president of vaccine R&D at Pfizer, who now works as the director of HIV at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. One email in April 2020 went as such:
From: Emilio Emini
Sent: Thursday, April 2, 2020 9:59 AM
“Tony – I received a note from Trevor and Bill that they connected with you yesterday and they asked me to reach out. I’ve taken on the role of coordinating the foundation’s contributions to global COVID vaccine efforts, in particular for those approaches that are (or soon will be) in early development. There’s an obvious need for coordination among the various funders or the focus we need to have given the state of the pandemic will become lost through uncoordinated activities.”
“Bill tells me that you will take on a central role in coordinating BARDA’s funding to the ongoing efforts. And, of course, there are the NIH/VRC activities. I’m reaching out to ask how we can coordinate each other’s activities…”
“As a next step we can connect 1:1 briefly or you can pass this on to an appropriate member of your staff.”
All in all, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has donated over $19.8m to Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, and over $500m to the Foundation of the National Institute of Health. History, however goes back quite far. Anthony Fauci, for example, also sat upon the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation’s ‘Global Grand Challenges ‘ scientific board between 2003-2010. Other members included Tadataka Yamada; former chairman of R&D at the GlaxoSmithKline, now president of Global Health at the Gates Foundation, William Foege; senior fellow at the Gates Foundation, and Mark Walport; former director of the Wellcome Trust.
Fauci also worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in a collaboration between the NIAID, the Gates Fdn, the World Health Organization, and UNICEF called the ‘decade of vaccine collaboration’.The co-chair of the collaboration was Christopher Elias; at the time the director of PATH, but two years later would become the president of Global Development at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and would organize event 201.
The collaboration’s leadership council included Anthony Fauci, Magaret Chan; then director of the WHO, Anthony Lake; Director of UNICEF, and Tadataki Yamada; mentioned above as the former director of R&D at GSK, and a senior fellow at the BMGF. The Gates Foundation described the collaboration as such:
‘The Global Vaccine Action Plan will enable greater coordination across all stakeholder groups – national governments, multilateral organizations, civil society, the private sector and philanthropic organizations — and will identify critical policy, resource, and other gaps that must be addressed to realize the life-saving potential of vaccines.’
In 2019, the NIH and the Bill and Melinda Gates founded collaborated to ‘develop gene-based HIV treatment’, both investing $100m each to the initiative. “By working with the NIH and scientists across Africa, we aim to ensure these approaches will improve the lives of those most in need and bring the incredible promise of gene-based treatments to the world of public health,” said Trevor Mundel, president of Global Health at the Gates Foundation.
Those who have not yet grasped the size of the Gates influence, that is, most people who have not read such a report, no doubt, are looking at the dots instead of the picture. Philanthropy has gone beyond all the points I have touched here. Those who think I have any intention of stopping here clearly have not yet understood. I could not remotely finish this article with every detail of Gates, but I can point out that he also has mass ties to the vaccine program. – The Alternative Column
Bill Gates used his great wealth to take a high degree of control over the NIH.