If you have been following the news closely lately, you know that Bill Gates is behind the push for a COVID-19 vaccine. Conservatives are naturally wary, hoping this does not pave the way toward mandatory vaccines during this incredible time when our civil liberties under attack.
If talk about mandatory vaccines — or mandatory anything — has you a bit leery, allow me to remind you of this, from just a few years ago, from one of the richest women in the world . . . and guess what? She ain’t a constitutional conservative.
As reported by Life News:
“Melinda Gates will dedicate another huge chunk of money to population control and abortion across the world.
This week [says the article from 2017], Gates said her family’s foundation will increase donations by 60 percent to global family planning, according to Marie Claire. That amounts to an additional $375 million in the next four years, with about two-thirds of that specifically allocated for teen programs.
Gates said the funding will go to contraception and sex education; but the money also will indirectly fund abortions, too. The billionaire family already gives money to some of the largest abortion chains in the world, including Planned Parenthood and Marie Stopes International.
“This is a difficult political climate for family planning,” Gates said at The Global Family Planning Summit this week in London. “I’m deeply troubled, as I’m sure you are, by the Trump administration’s proposed budget cuts.”
One focus of the summit was the Mexico City Policy, which President Donald Trump reinstated in January. The policy prohibits United States taxpayer dollars from funding international groups that provide or promote abortions. The order ensures U.S. foreign aid will continue to go to health care and humanitarian relief in the millions of dollars. It just will not subsidize abortion overseas.
The Gates’ foundation was just one of several groups that announced plans to give money to family planning and abortion at the summit. The United Kingdom Department of International Development said it also will dedicate more than 1 billion British pounds to family planning and abortion.
While Gates Foundation funds cannot be earmarked for abortion, the fungibility of money makes it easier for pro-abortion organizations to provide abortion internationally. In other words, every dollar the Gates Foundation gives to Planned Parenthood for distributing birth control or building an abortion-friendly clinic frees up a dollar in Planned Parenthood’s budget to spend elsewhere. Much of this giving is focused on Africa, Asia and Latin America, where abortion-providers like Planned Parenthood, Marie Stopes and Ipas seek to overturn pro-life laws and sometimes even provide illicit abortion drugs.”
We know that another progressive socialist billionaire, George Soros, invested millions of dollars to overturn the pro-life constitutional amendment in Ireland.
This past Sunday, I watched the James Bond movie “Spectre.” Given this situation with the Gates Foundation, I am starting to believe that life is imitating art and that there is truly this global organization focused on implementing a dangerous ideological agenda. That is not being a conspiracy theorist, it is actually playing out before our very eyes.
Here in Texas, let us not dismiss the fact that the second-largest headquarters in the world for the abortion giant, Planned Parenthood, is here in Houston. The organization that was the creation of a known white supremacist and racist who deemed black and brown people as “weeds” and “undesirables” is the object of global support and funding.
How did we get to this point where the designs of a white supremacist and racist are being embraced and proliferated across the world? Yes, I find Melinda Gates — and all others who support this — disgusting . . . and I would proudly say that to her face. What Melinda Gates and her ilk are supporting is mass genocide under the false premise of women’s rights, reproductive healthcare, and family planning. I can just see this gathering resembling the meeting of Spectre in Rome, grand surroundings, a massive center table and audience above. Who sits at the high table as its head, our modern-day, real, Ernst Stavro Blofeld?
It is very disconcerting that we have these global rich elitists who are making these decisions, spreading their tentacles all over the world. These are the real death dealers. When you think about it, they are far worse than any COVID-19 threat.
I just pray that we can wake up and realize that we are becoming pawns on the globalist chessboard, perceived as small and valueless. We always hear the left talk about the rich, well, they are the rich, and they are doing all they can to undermine individual liberty, freedom, rights, and sovereignty across the world. I know, there are those who will say Bill and Melinda Gates have done so very much good for the world. Well, let me remind you of a lesson one of my former bosses in the Army taught me…
“Al, one ‘aw s**t’ can wipe out a thousand ‘atta boys.'”
I consider the plan of promoting population control and murdering pre-born babies as a really big “aw s**t.”
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During his 22 year career in the United States Army, Lieutenant Colonel West served in several combat zones and received many honors including a Bronze Star, three Meritorious Service Medals, three Army Commendation Medals, one with Valor device, and a Valorous Unit Award.
In November of 2010, Allen was elected to the United States Congress, representing Florida’s 22nd District. In July of 2020, Mr. West was elected Chair of the Republican Party of Texas.
West is a commissioned officer in the Texas State Guard. He’s a Newsmax Contributor, former Director of the Booker T. Washington Initiative at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Senior Fellow at the Media Research Center, and author of Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Family, Faith and Freedom, Hold Texas, Hold the Nation: Victory or Death, and We Can Overcome: An American Black Conservative Manifesto.