Bill Gates buys up Americas Farmland. What is the Motive?



Well known Eugenist, Bill Gates also the fourth richest person in the world and a self-described nerd who is known for his early programming skills rather than his love of the outdoors, has been quietly stealing up 242,000 acres of farmland across the U.S. — enough to make him the top private farmland owner in America. But the question is WHY?


After years of reports that he was purchasing agricultural land in places like Florida and Washington, The Land Report revealed that Gates, who has a net worth of nearly $121 billion according to Forbes, has built up a massive farmland portfolio spanning 18 states. His largest holdings are in Louisiana (69,071 acres), Arkansas (47,927 acres) and Nebraska (20,588 acres). Additionally, he has a stake in 25,750 acres of transitional land on the west side of Phoenix, Arizona, which is being developed as a new suburb.


According to The Land Report’s research, the land is held directly and through third-party entities by Cascade Investments, Gates’ personal investment vehicle. Cascade’s other investments include food-safety company Ecolab, used-car retailer Vroom and Canadian National Railway.


While it may be surprising that a tech billionaire would also be the biggest farmland owner in the country, this is not Gates’ only foray into agriculture. In 2008, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced $306 million in grants to promote high-yield, sustainable agriculture among smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. The foundation has further invested in the development and proliferation of “super crops” resistant to climate change and higher-yield dairy cows. Last year, the organization announced Gates Ag One, a nonprofit to advance those efforts.


It is not entirely clear how Gates’ farmland is being used, or whether any of the land is being set aside for conservation or why his sudden interested in American farmlands. However, there is some indication that the land could be used in a way that aligns with the foundation’s values. Cottonwood Ag Management, a subsidiary of Cascade, is a member of Leading Harvest, a nonprofit that promotes sustainable agriculture standards that prioritize protections of crops, soil and water resources.


Main Source Contribution - Ariel Shapiro

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It is also notable that Bill Gates has recently been widely thought of as a dark, nefarious globalist with a hidden agenda to "de-populize" the planet as a part of a larger global elite scheme. With multiple class action lawsuits against his foundation brought from many countries in Africa as well as India for damages done through the widespread administration of Vaccines that his foundation promoted as well as his heavy promotion of the UNTESTED Covid19 vaccines here in the states it seems as though peoples fears and concerns maybe valid. Whether you believe the conspiracies of not it should be understood that Bill Gates has not ever been to medical school nor does he currently hold any science or medical degrees that would allow him speak with authority on Vaccines and their use in public health. Yet certain government officials and mains stream media keep promoting his advice and ideas to the public as authoritative.





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