Bill Gates and Neo-Feudalism: A Closer Look at Farmer Bill

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"Gates has a Napoleonic concept of himself."

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Bill Gates has quietly made himself the largest owner of farmland in the United States. For a man obsessed with monopoly control, the opportunity to also dominate food production must seem irresistible.

“Gates has a Napoleonic concept of himself, an appetite that derives from power and unalloyed success, with no leavening hard experience, no reverses.” — Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, presiding judge in the Gates/Microsoft antitrust-fraud case

The global lockdowns that Bill Gates helped orchestrate and cheerlead have bankrupted more than 100,000 businesses in the U.S. alone and plunged a billion people into poverty and deadly food insecurity that, among other devastating harms, kill 10,000 African children monthly — while increasing Gates’ wealth by $20 billion. His $133 billion fortune makes him the world’s fourth wealthiest man.

Gates has been using that newfound cash to expand his power over global populations by buying…

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3 thoughts on “Bill Gates and Neo-Feudalism: A Closer Look at Farmer Bill”

  1. Laws around the world that forbid monopoly, seems to be ignored nowadays. Even though it seems that it is a fair and sound competition in several branches, with numerous competing companies at work [like in media, food/drug production etc.], the number of actual owners has become far less. Media is one of the worst, with owners (like Rupert Murdoch) that controls media internationally. Why is this not juridically dealt with? Big Pharma have only a few owners left, basically controling the hole branch. Now Big Food is heading the same way.

    (In Sweden, we have noticed this pattern in politics too, as it doesn’t matter which party you vote for, left or right, the same leftard crap will be delivered anyway, … The results from the latest national elections have been twisted and tweeked, to fit the idea how the government should be formed, despite the outcome of the election …)

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    1. So true Sasjal … I see that as symptomatic of the globalist takeover. They’ve done it incrementally over decades so’s we wouldn’t notice. They now have us in somewhat of a choke hold unfortunately. Studying in the ’80s at Uni I recall well their statements that in the future corporations would control govts. At the time it seemed remote & impossible but not so we have now seen. They’ve been gradually removing our sovereignty as nations, roped into their global one world govt by stealth.

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