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The Gates Foundation: Philanthropy Cloaked Abortion
 
The Gates Foundation: Philanthropy Cloaked Abortion 
Written By Tami Jackson   |   10.25.16 
 
 

When William “Bill” Henry Gates III was born to William Henry Gates II and Mary Maxwell Gates, in Seattle in 1955, little did they know he would grow up to be (reportedly) the world’s wealthiest man.

Bill III and Paul Allen co-founded Microsoft on April 4, 1975, and grew the fledgling company into an $85 billion multi-national computer software business. Bill transitioned from CEO to CSA (Chief Software Architect) in 2000, the year he and wife, Melinda, established the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). Then in 2006 Bill backed off, becoming part-time at Microsoft and full-time at BMGF.

Three trustees shepard BMGF, commonly called The Gates Foundation: Bill Gates III, Melinda Gates, and Warren Buffett. Buffett (Chairman/President/CEO of $65B Berkshire Hathaway Inc.) is ranked as one of the world’s wealthiest men (net worth of about $66 billion) and has vowed to disburse 99% of his fortune to charities and causes mostly via the Gates Foundation. One Buffett pet cause being the Democratic party; he endorsed Hillary Clinton in her run for president.

The Gates Foundation, by all appearances is a humanitarian endeavor, seeking to help the least of these throughout the world, and especially in Africa. As written on the opening page of the BMGF website:

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Yet another example:

SPLC PRESIDENT RICHARD COHEN RESIGNS FROM EMBATTLED LEFT-WING NONPROFIT
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SCANDAL OF SCANDALS!!! Why Billionaires give fortunes away- MUST READ!
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Wealthy Exec Bribed Two Kids Into College

Feds: Charitable foundation was used for 500k in illegal payoffs

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MARCH 12--Among the multitude of grotesqueries found in criminal charges detailing a nationwide college admissions scandal is the alleged behavior of Elisabeth Meyer Kimmel, a wealthy media executive who lives on a sprawling La Jolla, California estate.

http://thesmokinggun.com/documents/college/kimmel-college-scam-268539

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I don't give to most charities.  My Church and Shriners
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Inside Brad Pitt’s Katrina charity disaster, now subject of class-action lawsuit

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I warned all along this was probably a scam, and although all donors got their money back, people need to look very carefully at GOFUNDME request. SCAM ALERT!

  • Triple-amputee Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage, the founder of the viral $20 million border wall GoFundMe campaign, doxxed a retired woman suffering from cancer in 2013 over a fake Facebook post.
  • Kolfage issued a signed statement in federal court in 2015 that he regretted any consequences that came from posting Janet Vrotsos’ personal information on his Facebook page, but now pretends he doesn’t know who she is.
  • Kolfage claims, without evidence, that his new nonprofit organization can build a wall on the southern border for half the cost of the federal government.

The founder of the viral $20 million border wall GoFundMe campaign exposed the personal information of a retired woman suffering from breast cancer in 2013 after he falsely accused her of operating a satire Facebook page that had authored a meme making fun of him and his family.

Janet Vrotsos unwittingly inserted herself into an internet feud between triple-amputee veteran Brian Kolfage and a satire Facebook page called Republican Family Values (RFV), which had previously published a meme mocking Kolfage, who has since begun fundraising to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Determined to find the person responsible for the meme, Kolfage concocted a trap to expose the administrator of RFV.

Kolfage created another Facebook page and formatted it identically to RFV, according to screenshots of a now-deleted social media post where Kolfage explained the scheme. The “fake” RFV page then posted incendiary messages to the real RFV page in an effort to suss out the identity of its administrator.

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YET another Charity scam!

Drummer for stars including Paul Simon and Diana Ross turned UN musical director faces 20 years in prison for 'embezzling $750,000 from homeless children charity concert to buy his ex-wife a house'

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Prosecutors say the former musical director for the United Nations, Robin DiMaggio, 47, has been arrested after embezzling $750,000 from the Peace for You Peace for Me Foundation.


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UPDATE: 

Homeless vet Johnny Bobbitt is a NO SHOW in court after being charged for his part in '$400,000 GoFundMe scam in which he and a couple convinced the nation that he gave his last $20 to help the girlfriend buy fuel'

Homeless vet Johnny Bobbitt is NO SHOW in court after being charged in $400,000 GoFundMe

The homeless man (pictured) who was involved in a GoFundMe scam along with a couple who swindled donors out of $400,000 failed to appear in court on Tuesday, and the judge believes he has been using drugs.  A warrant is now out for the arrest of Johnny Bobbitt, 35, after he did not show up for court, despite being fitted with an electronic monitoring device. He has also not been in touch with court officials since December 17, according to Philly.com. Bobbitt was released from jail in December after a New Jersey judge, Mark Tarantino, gave him bail conditions of wearing the monitoring device, seeking employment and attending Narcotics Anonymous meetings three times a week. Bobbitt along the couple, Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico (all three together, bottom right) who have since broken up, were charged with concocting a story to bilk kindhearted strangers out of money with a fantastic story that was posted to GoFundMe.



UPDATE:   HOMELESS MAN PART OF PLOT TO STEAL FROM DONORS! 

Homeless man conspired with couple who raised $400k on GoFundMe

Kate McClure and her boyfriend Mark D'Amico, of Bordentown, New Jersey, made headlines after setting up a fundraising page for Johnny Bobbitt (pictured bottom right, and with McClure, main) last year. She said Bobbitt came to her aid and gave her his last $20 when she ran out of gas on an Interstate 95 exit ramp in Philadelphia late one night last October. More than 14,000 people donated to the GoFundMe campaign McClure and D'Amico set up as a way to give back to Bobbitt. But now, it has been revealed that McClure, D'Amico and Bobbitt (pictured together, left) will all face charges including conspiracy and theft by deception. McClure and D'Amico turned themselves in to Burlington County prosecutors on Wednesday, the source said. It was not clear if Bobbitt had turned himself in as well. After the GoFundMe campaign went viral last year, the trio appeared on shows like Good Morning America and conducted a number of interviews together. But the relationship then went sour and Bobbitt sued the couple after claiming they mismanaged a large part of the donations raised for him on GoFundMe and used huge sums for fund a lavish lifestyle for themes. D'Amico and McClure repeatedly denied any wrongdoing or misusing any of the money. They claimed they were wary of giving Bobbitt large sums because they fear he will buy drugs.


GoFundMe vows to pay homeless man back the $400k 'stolen' from him by couple who set up his fundraiser, as cops raid their home and cart away a suspicious new BMW 

 



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Man accused of stealing homeless veteran's $400,000 GoFundMe donations with his girlfriend is taken into custody in New Jersey on unrelated warrants

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Mark D'Amico, 39, of New Jersey, who is accused of stealing $400,000 from a GoFundMe he helped set up for homeless veteran Johnny Bobbitt, Jr., was taken into custody on Monday on other charges.


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This is why YOU NEVER GIVE TO GO FUND ME, or charities that have no oversite!

'He's devastated': EVERY penny of the $400,000 raised for good Samaritan homeless man has been spent by the couple who started GoFundMe page for him after he gave them his last $20

'He's devastated': Every penny of the $400,000 raised for homeless veteran has gone

Johnny Bobbitt  (left) and his lawyer discovered a $400,000 fund set up to help him rebuild his life was depleted Tuesday. Forces veteran Bobbitt captured the heart of the nation when it emerged he gave his last $20 to then stranger Kate McClure (right) to buy gas in November last year. The couple set up a GoFundMe page that raised $400,000. McClure and her partner Mark D'Amico now face accusations they spent the money on themselves. Nine months after the pair set up the fundraising page, Bobbitt's lawyers won control only to discover the account was totally empty. Now, Bobbitt and his lawyers have asked for a forensic accountant to examine the couple's records and determine if they misspent any of the money.

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