In one of the most remote places in the world, in Svalbard (near the Arctic Ocean), Bill Gates invests millions to collect all the seeds of the world in a vault. Its partners are the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto, the Syngenta Foundation and the government of Norway. What is behind this Noah’s Ark plant project?

If there is one thing that cannot be blamed on Microsoft founder Bill Gates, it’s laziness. He was already programming at 14 and he founded Microsoft at 20, while still studying at Harvard. In 1995, Forbes recorded him as the richest man in the world, the largest shareholder of Microsoft, his company which has fiercely established a de facto monopoly in computer systems for personal computers.

In 2006, when most people in this situation would retire to a calm Pacific island, Bill Gates decided to devote his energy to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the largest private foundation “transparent” as he says, with a huge endowment of 34.6 billion dollars and the legal obligation to spend 1.5 billion dollars per year for humanitarian projects in the world, in order to maintain its charitable status exempt from tax. In 2006, the gift of about $ 30 billion in Berkshire Hathaway shares from super-investor Warren Buffett, friend and business partner, placed the Gates foundation in a category that spends almost the entire sum of the annual budget of the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO).

So when Bill Gates decides to invest in a project, through the Gates Foundation, some $ 30 million of his hard earned money, it’s worth taking a look at.

For the moment, no project is more interesting than this curious enterprise in one of the most remote places in the world, in Svalbard. Bill Gates is investing millions in a seed vault on the Barents Sea near the Arctic Ocean, some 1,100 kilometers from the North Pole. Svalbard is a sterile piece of rock claimed by Norway and sold in 1925 by an international treaty (see map).

On this lost island, Bill Gates is investing tens of millions with, among others, the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto Corporation, the Syngenta Foundation and the government of Norway, in what is called “doomsday seed bank” better this expression which combines vault, seeds and end of time or apocalypse. Officially, the project is called the Svalbard Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, which is part of the Svalbard Archipelago.

The seed vault is under construction inside a mountain on the island of Spitsbergen, near the small village of Longyearbyen. According to their press release, it’s almost “ready for business”. The vault will have explosion-proof double doors, with motion detectors, two airlocks and three-meter-thick reinforced concrete walls. It will contain up to three million different varieties of seeds from around the world, “so that plant diversity can be preserved for the future,” according to the Norwegian government. The seeds will be specially wrapped to protect them from humidity. There will be no full-time staff, but the relative inaccessibility of the vault will facilitate monitoring of any human activity.

Did we miss something? Their press release stated, “so that plant diversity can be preserved for the future”. What future, foreseen by the sponsors of the Noah plant ark, would threaten the current availability of seeds, almost all of them already being sheltered in vaults around the world?

Whenever Bill Gates, the Rockefeller Foundation, Monsanto and Syngenta meet on a joint project, it is worth digging a little deeper under the rocks of Spitsbergen, because there are fascinating things to be found there.

The first remarkable point is the identity of the sponsors of Noah’s ark. Those who unite with the Norwegians are, as we have said, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; the US food giant DuPont / Pioneer Hi-Bred, one of the largest patent owners of GMOs (genetically modified organisms), plant seeds and other agrochemicals; Syngenta, through its foundation, the main Swiss company of GM seeds and agrochemicals; the Rockefeller Foundation, the private group that created the genetic revolution, with more than $ 100 million in seeds since the 1970s; CGIAR, the global network created by the Rockefeller Foundation to promote its ideal of genetic purity through the conversion of agriculture.

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As I explained in detail in the book Seeds of Destruction (1), in 1960, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Council on Agricultural Development of John D. Rockefeller III and the Foundation Ford, have joined forces to create the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in Los Baños, the Philippines. In 1971, the IRRI of the Rockefeller Foundation, with its International Center for the Improvement of Corn and Wheat in Mexico and two other international research centers created by the Rockefeller and Ford foundations, partnered with IITA for the tropical agriculture, in Nigeria, to form the International Consultative Group on Agricultural Research (CGIAR).

The CGIAR was formed during a series of private conferences organized at the congress center of the Rockefeller Foundation, in Bellagio, Italy. The main participants in Bellagio were George Harrar of the Rockefeller Foundation, Forrest Hill of the Ford Foundation, Robert McNamara of the World Bank, and Maurice Strong, the international environmental organizer of the Rockefeller family, who, as an agent of the Foundation Rockefeller, had organized the UN Earth Summit in Stockholm in 1972. For many decades, the Foundation had diverted science to put it at the service of eugenics, a hideous version of theories on the purity of the race , as part of what she simply called “The Project”.

To ensure maximum impact, the CGIAR involved the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the World Bank. Thus, in the early 1970s, thanks to the carefully planned influence of its initial resources, the Rockefeller Foundation was able to shape world agricultural policy. And she did not hesitate.

Funded by generous scholarships from the Ford and Rockefeller foundations, the CGIAR ensured that leading agricultural scientists and Third World agronomists were brought to the US to “master” the production concepts of the modern food industry, so that they bring them back to their homeland. In the operation, they created a network of influence extremely useful for the promotion of the US food industry in these countries, and more particularly for the promotion of the “genetic revolution” of GMOs in developing countries. And all this in the name of science and the profitability of the free agricultural market.


The Svalbard seed vault is now starting to get interesting. But it gets even better. “The Project” that I mentioned is, since the 1920s, the project of the Rockefeller Foundation and powerful financial interests to use eugenics, renamed today genetic, to justify the creation of a genetically superior race changed. Hitler and the Nazis called it the Aryan superior race.

Hitler’s eugenics was largely funded by the same Rockefeller Foundation, which is now building a Noah’s ark to preserve samples of all the seeds on our planet. There, it becomes really intriguing. In its relentless quest to reduce human life to a “defined gene sequence”, the Rockefeller Foundation created the pseudo-scientific discipline of molecular biology, which could then allow it to modify human characteristics at will. Hitler’s Eugenics – many of whom were quietly brought back to the United States after the war to continue their biological research on eugenics – laid many foundations for the genetic manipulation of various life forms and were openly supported, right up to the Third Reich, through generous grants from the Rockefeller Foundation. (2)

This same Rockefeller Foundation created the famous Green Revolution during a trip to Mexico in 1946 of Nelson Rockefeller and Henry Wallace, former secretary of agriculture during the New Deal and founder of the company Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed.

The Green Revolution aimed to solve the problem of hunger on a large scale in the world, in Mexico, in India and in other selected countries where Rockefeller worked. Norman Borlaug, the agronomist at the Rockefeller Foundation, won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work, the kind of thing you don’t brag about when you know people like Henry Kissinger share the same.

In reality, as it appeared years later, the Green Revolution was a brilliant scheme by the Rockefeller family to develop a globalized food industry over which it could then exercise a monopoly, just as it had done in the petroleum industry a half a century ago. As Henry Kissinger said in the 1970s: “If you control oil you control the country; if you control food, you control the population. ”

Rockefeller’s food and green revolution went hand in hand. It was part of a larger strategy that included funding from the Rockefeller Foundation for research to develop genetic engineering in plants and animals a few years later.

John H. Davis was assistant to the Minister of Agriculture under the chairmanship of Dwight Eisenhower in the early 1950s. He left Washington in 1955 and went to Harvard Graduate School of Business, an unusual location at that time for an agricultural expert . He had a clear strategy. In 1956 Davis wrote an article in the Harvard Business Review, where he stated that “the only way to solve the famous agricultural problem once and for all by avoiding the heaviness of government programs is to advance agriculture for agroalimentary “. He knew precisely where he was coming from, even if few people suspected at the time: a real revolution in agricultural production that would concentrate control of the food chain in the hands of multinationals, far from the traditional family of farmers. (3)

A crucial aspect of driving the interests of the Rockefeller Foundation and US agrifood companies, was the fact that the Green Revolution was based on the proliferation of new hybrid seeds in developing markets. The main characteristic of hybrid seeds is their lack of reproductive capacity. The hybrids had been produced by proliferation protectionism. Unlike the open pollination of natural species, whose seed gives a yield similar to that of its parents, the seed yield of hybrid plants is significantly lower than that of the first generation.

This decline in yields specific to hybrids meant that farmers normally had to buy seeds each year to obtain high yields. In addition, the lower yield of the second generation eliminated the seed trade that producers often do without authorization from the seed producer. This prevented the redistribution of seeds from commercial crops by intermediaries. If the large multinational seed companies were able to control the seed of the parental lines upstream, no competitor or farmer would be able to produce a hybrid. The global concentration of hybrid seed patents in a handful of gigantic seed companies, led by Pioneer Hi-Bred of DuPont and Dekalb of Monsanto, set the stage for the GMO seed revolution. (4)

In reality, the introduction of modern American agricultural techniques, chemical fertilizers and commercial hybrid seeds have made all farmers in developing countries – and in particular the largest and strongest – dependent on foreign countries, especially products. basic US food and petrochemicals. It was the first step in what was to be a carefully planned process over several decades.

Thanks to the Green Revolution, the food industry has made great inroads into markets whose access was previously limited to American exporters. The trend was later dubbed “market-oriented agriculture”. It was in reality the control of agriculture by the food industry.

Through the Green Revolution, the Rockefeller Foundation and later the Ford Foundation worked hand in hand, shaping and supporting the foreign policy objectives of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the CIA .

One of the main effects of the Green Revolution was to depopulate the countryside and force the peasants to flee to the slums of the suburbs of the suburbs, desperately looking for a job. It was not a coincidence, it was part of the plan to create pools of cheap labor for the next US multinational industries, the “globalization” of recent years.

When self-promotion around the Green Revolution subsided, the results were quite different from what had been promised. Problems arose from the indiscriminate use of new chemical pesticides, often with serious health consequences. Over time, the monoculture of new varieties of hybrid seeds caused a decline in soil fertility and yield. The first results were impressive: yield doubled, even tripled, of certain crops such as wheat and, later, corn in Mexico. Yields that quickly melted.

The Green Revolution was usually accompanied by large irrigation projects, often with loans from the World Bank for the construction of huge dams and, in the process, the flooding of previously inhabited and fertile regions. Thus, the superior yield of super wheat was obtained by saturating the soil with enormous quantities of fertilizers, made up of nitrates and petroleum, raw materials controlled by the seven big sister oil companies dominated by the Rockefellers.

In addition, huge quantities of herbicides and pesticides were used, creating new markets for the giants of the petroleum and chemical industry. As one analyst put it, the Green Revolution was really just a chemical revolution. At no time could developing countries pay for the huge quantities of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. They would get free loans from the World Bank and special loans from Chase Bank and other major New York banks, backed by guarantees from the United States government.

Applied in a large number of developing countries, these loans were made to most large landowners. For small farmers, the situation was different. They could not afford chemicals and other modern needs and had to borrow money.

Initially, various government programs attempted to provide loans to farmers so that they could buy seeds and fertilizers. Those who were unable to participate in this type of program had to borrow from the private sector. Because of the exorbitant interest rate on loans, many small farmers could not even benefit from the first higher yields. After the harvest, they had to sell most if not all of their production to pay off loans and interest. Dependent on pawnbrokers and traders, many of them lost their land. Even with preferential rate loans from government agencies, more and more food crops are giving way to cash crop production. (5)

For decades, the same interests, notably those of the Rockefeller Foundation which supported the Green Revolution, have been working to promote the new “genetic revolution,” as Gordon Conway, president of the Rockefeller Foundation called it a few years ago. , that is to say the dissemination of products from industrial and commercial agriculture, in particular patented GMO seeds.


While keeping in mind the experience of the Rockefeller Foundation’s Green Revolution in the 1950s, it seems particularly curious that the Rockefeller and Gates foundations, who are now investing millions of dollars in the preservation of all seeds against a possible “apocalyptic” scenario, are also investing millions in a project called Alliance for the Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA).

AGRA, as it called itself, is an alliance with the same Rockefeller Foundation which created the “genetic revolution”. A glance at the AGRA board of directors confirms this.

Its president is none other than Kofi Annan, the former Secretary-General of the United Nations. In June 2007, in his acceptance speech at a meeting of the World Economic Forum in Cape Town, South Africa, Kofi Annan said: “I accept this challenge with gratitude for the Rockefeller Foundation, for the Bill & Melinda Gates, and for all those who support our African campaign ”.

AGRA’s board also includes a South African, Strive Masiyiwa, representative of the Rockefeller Foundation; Sylvia M. Mathews of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Mamphela Ramphele, former managing director of the World Bank (2000-2006); Rajiv J. Shah of the Gates Foundation; Nadya K. Shmavonian of the Rockefeller Foundation; Roy Steiner of the Gates Foundation. In addition, AGRA also employs Gary Toenniessen, the executive director of the Rockefeller Foundation and Akinwumi Adesina, associate director of the Rockefeller Foundation.

To further expand the list, AGRA Programs employ Peter Matlon, Executive Director of the Rockefeller Foundation; Joseph De Vries, Director of the Africa Seed Systems Program and Associate Director of the Rockefeller Foundation; Akinwumi Adesina, associate director of the Rockefeller Foundation. Like the old Green Revolution that failed in India and Mexico, the new Green Revolution in Africa is clearly a priority of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Although still keeping a low profile to this day, Monsanto and the main giants of the GM food industry are suspected of being at the heart of the problem by using Kofi Annan’s AGRA to disseminate their patented GM seeds throughout the country. Africa under the misleading label of “biotechnology,” the new euphemism for patented genetically modified seeds. To date, South Africa is the only African country that legally authorizes the planting of GM crops. In 2003 Burkina Faso authorized GMO trials. In 2005, Kofi Annan’s Ghana drafted biosafety laws and key officials have expressed their intention to continue research into GM crops.

Africa is the next target of the US government’s campaign for global dissemination of GMOs. Its rich soils make it an ideal candidate. Obviously, many African governments suspect the worst from the sponsors of GMOs, because a multitude of genetic engineering and biosafety projects have been started in Africa, with the aim of introducing GMOs into its farming systems. These include sponsorships offered by the US government to train African genetic engineers in the United States, biosafety projects funded by USAID and the World Bank; research on GMOs involving indigenous African food crops.

The Rockefeller Foundation has worked for years, largely without success, to promote projects to introduce GMOs into fields in Africa. It has funded research that supports the applicability of GMO cotton in the Makhathini Flats, South Africa.

Monsanto, which has established a strong bridgehead in the GMO and hybrid seed industry in South Africa, has designed an ingenious program for smallholders, “Seeds and Hope,” which introduces a small-scale green revolution package among poor farmers, followed, of course, by Monsanto’s patented GMO seeds. (6)

The Swiss company Syngenta AG, one of the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse GMO”, is investing millions of dollars in a cultivation center in Nairobi to develop GMO corn resistant to insects. Syngenta is also part of the CGIAR. (7)


So is it simply an excess of philosophical sentimentality? What drives the Gates and Rockefeller foundations to finance the proliferation of patented seeds, soon to be Terminator, across Africa? This process destroyed the diversity of plant seeds wherever industrialized agro-food monoculture was introduced. At the same time, they are investing tens of millions of dollars to preserve all known seed varieties in an Apocalypse-proof vault near the Arctic Circle, “so that plant diversity can be preserved for the future, ”to resume their official press release.

It is not fortuitous that the Rockefeller and Gates foundations team up to advocate a GMO revolution of Green Revolution style in Africa, while quietly funding the “Noah’s ark” in Svalbard. The giants of the GM food industry are involved in the Svalbard project to the neck.

Truth be told, the entire Svalbard business, as well as the people involved, conjure up images of disaster worse than those of Michael Crichton’s bestseller, The Andromeda Variety. In this sci-fi thriller, a deadly disease of extraterrestrial origin causes rapid and fatal clotting of the blood, threatening the entire human race. In Svalbard, the safest future seed warehouse in the world will be guarded by GMO Green Revolution police, the Rockefeller and Gates foundations, Syngenta, DuPont and CGIAR.

The Svalbard project will be managed by an organization called the World Trust for Plant Diversity (GCDT). Who are they to hold such considerable responsibility for the diversity of seeds around the world? GCDT was founded by FAO and Bioversity International (formerly International Plant Genetic Research Institute), an offshoot of CGIAR.

The GCDT is based in Rome. Its board is chaired by Margaret Catley-Carlson, a Canadian also on the advisory committee of the Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux group, one of the largest private water companies. Until 1998, Catley-Carlson was also chair of the New York-based Population Committee, John D. Rockefeller’s population reduction organization, created in 1952 to accelerate the Rockefeller family’s eugenics program, under covered to promote family planning, the system of birth control, sterilization and “population control” in developing countries.

Other members of the GCDT board include former executive of Bank of America, currently Hollywood DreamWorks Animation chief Lewis Coleman. Coleman is also a director of Northrup Grumman Corporation, one of the Pentagon’s largest contractors in the military industry.

The Brazilian Jorio Dauster is also president of the board of directors of Brasil Ecodiesel. He is a former Brazilian ambassador to the European Union, and the chief negotiator for Brazil’s external debt for the Ministry of Finance. Dauster also served as president of the Brazilian Coffee Institute and coordinator of the Brazilian Patent System Modernization Project, which involves legalizing patents on genetically modified seeds, something previously prohibited by law from Brazil.

Cary Fowler is Executive Director of GCDT. He was a professor and research director in the Department for International Environment and for Development Studies at the University of Life Sciences in Norway. Fowler was also the principal advisor to the managing director of Bioversity International. He represented the harvest centers of the future of the CGIAR in the negotiations for the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources. In the 1990s, he directed the FAO’s International Plant Genetic Resources Program. He drafted and supervised the negotiations of the FAO Global Plan of Action for Plant Genetic Resources adopted by 150 countries in 1996.

Dr Mangala Rai from India, member of the board of directors of the GCDT, is secretary of the Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE) of India, and director general of the Indian Council for Agricultural Research ( ICAR). He is also a member of the IRRI board of directors of the Rockefeller Foundation, which promoted “Golden Rice”, the first major experiment on GMOs carried out with much media hype and which turned out to be a fiasco. Rai has served as a member of the CIMMYT board of directors and as a member of the CGIAR executive board.

The Donor Trust for the Diversity of World Seeds or financial backers also includes “all the usual suspects”, as Humphrey Bogart says in the classic Casablanca. In addition to the Rockefeller and Gates foundations, donors include GMO giants, DuPont-Pioneer Hi-Bred, Syngenta from Basel in Switzerland, CGIAR and the energetic promoter of GMOs, USAID. Indeed, it seems that the foxes of GMOs and the reduction of populations keep the chicken coop of humanity and the diversity of world seeds in the store of Svalbard. (8)


One can legitimately wonder why Bill Gates, the Rockefeller Foundation, the main giants of agro-food genetic engineering like DuPont and Syngenta with the CGIAR, are building a Noah’s ark in the Arctic.

First of all, who uses this kind of seed vault? Breeders and researchers are the main users of these safes. Today, the most important breeders are Monsanto, DuPont, Syngenta and Dow Chemical, the global giants of patented GMO plants. Since early 2007, Monsanto, together with the United States government, has held global patent rights for so-called “Terminator” or GMO Restriction Technology. Terminator is an ominous technology that causes patented commercial seed to “commit suicide” after harvest. The control of private seed companies is total. Such control and control over the food chain has never existed before in human history.

This ingenious Terminator feature forces farmers to return each year to Monsanto or other GMO seed companies to get new seeds of rice, soy, corn, wheat or any other crop they need to feed the population. If it were widely adopted in the world, we could perhaps in ten years make the majority of the food producers of the world of new feudal serfs, enslaved to three or four seed giants like Monsanto, DuPont or Dow Chemical .

Of course, this would allow those who own these private companies, perhaps under Washington’s orders, to withhold seeds from certain developing countries, those whose policies would run counter to the interests of the United States government. Those who say “it couldn’t happen in this case” should take a closer look at current world events. The mere existence of this concentration of power in three or four giants deprived of the American food industry is in itself sufficient legal reason to prohibit any GMO culture – even if the gain in harvest was real, which is clearly not the case.

These private companies, Monsanto, DuPont, Dow Chemical, have little unblemished track record in terms of managing human life. They have developed and multiplied innovations such as dioxins, PCBs, Agent Orange. They have hidden for decades the clear evidence of the risks of cancer and other serious consequences for human health, linked to the use of toxic chemicals. They buried serious scientific reports on glyphosate. This substance, which is widely used in herbicides used all over the world, is toxic when it gets into drinking water (9). It is one of the basic ingredients of Monsanto’s Roundup, a herbicide linked to the purchase of most of this company’s genetically modified seeds. Denmark banned glyphosate in 2003, when it was confirmed that it was contaminating the country’s groundwater. (10)

The diversity of seeds stored in gene vaults is the raw material for plant reproduction and for many fundamental biological researches. Several hundred thousand samples are distributed each year for such purposes. The FAO lists some 1,400 seed vaults around the world, the largest being kept by the United States government. Other large vaults are owned by China, Russia, Japan, India, South Korea, Germany and Canada, in decreasing order of size. In addition, the CGIAR operates a chain of seed vaults in selected centers around the world.

The CGIAR, created in 1972 by the Rockefeller and Ford foundations to propagate their Green Revolution agro-food model, controls most of the private seed vaults, from the Philippines to Syria via Kenya. All of these current seed vaults contain over six and a half million seed varieties, nearly two million of which are “distinct”. Noah’s arch from Svalbard will have the capacity to house four and a half million different seeds.


We now come to the heart of the matter, namely the dangerousness and potentially abusive use of the Bill Gates and the Rockefeller Foundation project in Svalbard. Could the development of patented seeds for most major food crops, such as rice, corn, wheat and for feed grains like soybeans, be used in a horrible form of biological warfare?

The explicit purpose of the eugenics lobby – funded since the 1920s by wealthy elite families, such as Rockefeller, Carnegie, Harriman and others – was to put into practice what they called “negative eugenics”, the systematic extermination of unwanted lines. In 1939, Margaret Sanger, alert eugenicist, founder of International Planning of Maternity and intimate of the Rockefeller family, led in Harlem an operation called “The Negro Project”. As she told a friend in a letter, “we want to exterminate the black people”. (11)

In 2001, Epicyte, a small California biotechnology company, announced the development of genetically modified corn containing a spermicide capable of sterilizing the men who ate it. Epicyte at that time had a joint venture agreement to disseminate its technology with DuPont and Syngenta, two of the sponsors of Noah’s ark plant in Svalbard. Since then, Epicyte has been acquired by a North Carolina biotechnology company. It was amazing to learn that Epicyte had developed its GM spermicidal corn with research funds from the United States Department of Agriculture, the same department which, despite opposition from around the world, continued to fund the development of Terminator technology, currently owned by Monsanto.

In the 1990s, WHO launched a so-called vaccination campaign against tetanus, a disease that can be contracted by walking, for millions of women between the ages of 15 and 45 from Nicaragua, Mexico and the Philippines. for example on a rusty nail. Men and boys were not vaccinated, although they are likely to be just as likely as women to walk on rusty nails.

Because of this curious anomaly, the Pro Vida de México Committee, a Roman Catholic secular organization, became suspicious and had a sample of the vaccine tested. Tests revealed that the tetanus vaccine being distributed by WHO to women of childbearing age contained chorionic gonadotropin or hCG, a natural hormone which, when combined with a tetanus toxoid, caused the activation of antibodies. which made the woman unable to maintain her pregnancy. It has been said that no woman was vaccinated.

Later it appeared that the Rockefeller Foundation with the Rockefeller Population Committee, the World Bank (which houses the CGIAR), and the National Institute of Health in the United States, were involved in a 20-year project , launched in 1972, to develop an abortive agent concealed in a tetanus vaccine for WHO. In addition, the government of Norway, the host of Svalbard’s Noah’s Ark, donated $ 41 million to develop a special tetanus vaccine with the capacity to cause abortion. (12)

Is it a coincidence that these same organizations, from Norway to the Rockefeller Foundation via the World Bank, are also involved in the seed vault project at Svalbard? According to Professor Francis Boyle, author of the law on anti-terrorism and biological weapons promulgated by the United States Congress in 1989, the Pentagon is “now prepared to compete and win biological war” within the framework of two directives of national strategy Bush laws adopted in 2002, “without the public knowing.” Boyle adds that, from 2001 to 2004, the US federal government spent $ 14.5 billion – a staggering amount – on work solely related to civil bioterrorism.

Richard Ebright, a biologist at Rutgers University, estimates that more than 300 scientific institutions and some 12,000 people in the United States today have access to pathogens suitable for biological warfare. The National Institute of Health of the US government is endowed with 497 grants solely for research on infectious diseases with potential for biological warfare. The justification, of course, is the defense against a possible terrorist attack, an excuse commonly used today.

The US government spends many dollars on genetic engineering related to biological warfare. According to Jonathan King, professor of biology at MIT, “the expanding bioterrorism programs represent the birth of a significant danger for our own population.” King adds: “although this kind of program is always called defensive, with biological weapons the defensive and offensive programs overlap almost completely”. (13)

The future will tell us, God forbid, if the vegetable Noah’s ark from Bill Gates and the Rockefeller Foundation at Svalbard is part of another Final Solution, that bringing about the final extinction of the Great Planet Earth.

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