In 2009, The Times published an article claiming this “Some of America’s top billionaires met in secret to discuss how their fortunes could be used to slow global population growth”, “catastrophic” environmental, social and industrial threat”.
“Some of America’s top billionaires have met in secret to discuss how their wealth can be used to slow global population growth and accelerate advances in health and education.” confirmed The Times in Article published on May 24, 2009.
Summit initiated by Bill Gates
Then the “philanthropic capitalists” would come together under the initiative of Bill Gates and “We discussed joining forces to overcome political and religious barriers to change”.
This club was named the Good Club after an insider to the British daily. “David Rockefeller, patriarch of America’s richest dynasty, financiers Warren Buffett and George Soros, New York mayor Michael Bloomberg and media moguls Ted Turner and Oprah Winfrey.” “Together with Gates, these members have committed more than £45 billion since 1996, from health programs in developing countries to schools in ghettos close to home. »
The meeting took place at the home of the Rector of Rockefeller University
It would be members of a very select club “Gathered in Manhattan on May 5 (ed. 2009) at the home of Sir Paul Nurse, British biochemist, Nobel laureate and president of the private Rockefeller University.”
According to Patricia Stonesifer, the former CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, who participated in the Rockefeller summit, the billionaires came together. “discuss ways to increase donations” have clearly stated what they intend to do “Continue the Dialogue” over the next few months.
A secret meeting
Stacy Palmer, editor Chronicle of Charitysaid that the summit was unique. “We only found out later by accident. Normally these people are happy to talk for good reasons, but this is different, maybe they don’t want to be seen as a global cabal. »
according to “Billionaires each had 15 minutes to present their favorite work,” The Times reported. “Issues discussed include reforming the control of foreign aid spending to build rural schools and water supply systems in developing countries. Inspired by Gates, they agreed that overpopulation was a priority. »
Bill Gates wanted to limit births in developing countries
Bill Gates is alleged to have claimed this “Healthier families free from malaria and extreme poverty will change their habits and have fewer children within half a generation.”
The British newspaper mentioned it “He made similar statements last February at a conference in Long Beach, California.”.
Co-founder there Microsoft stated that “Official forecasts show that the world population will reach 9.3 billion. [contre 6,6 milliards aujourd’hui]but we believe we can increase that number to 8.3 billion with philanthropic initiatives such as better reproductive health care.
“potentially catastrophic ecological, social and industrial hazard”.
Regarding the May 9, 2009 summit, The Times quoted guest. He pointed out that they are billionaires “ support a strategy where population growth is addressed as an environmental, social and industrial threatetca potentially disastrous trial”. “It’s such a scary thing that everyone in this group agreed that big-brained responses are needed. They need to be independent of government agencies that can’t prevent the disaster we’re all waiting for.”
According to him, guests “He wanted to talk to the rich without worrying that what he said would end up in the newspapers, he described them as an alternative world government.”
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