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Neo philanthropist and a lagging computer

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markeverlasting
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There were many wonderful philanthropist of yesteryear who help humanity progress.
While Andrew Carnegie and many wealthy people used their money to do great things to help humanity, I worry about a lot of today's "elites" who view the poor as something they need to reduce the size of, let me explain. Bill Gates has called for the depopulation of humans, and the way to do this is through vaccines, medical and reproductive health care services as illustrated in this video at the 2:35 mark.

He says: "The world today has 6.8 billion people... that's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent."

While I know there are many people who will say that Bill Gates meant nothing sinister when he made that comment and was referring to overpopulation control, I have to say that when anyone says that decreasing the population by using vaccines, health care and "reproductive services" (abortions), you have by every stretch of the imagination entered the realm of conspiracy theories and "agenda 21". You have not helped anyone "better their lives" you have only made things worse.
If this was the only example I had ever seen on depopulation control of the poor it might have been easy to dismiss but there are literally dozens of example that one can find on the internet straight from the horses mouths. And that is where the issue of philanthropy goes south.

There are many "neo-philanthropist" who speak of the same idea of curbing the human population instead of talking about how to better the lives of those who are already on this planet.
Great sounding names for foundations hide child abuse, poisoning of humans,covert and overt depopulation control, all at the hands of today's so called philanthropist.

While many people like Andrew Carnegie and Earl Nightingale, Napoleon Hill and Nikola Tesla wanted to better the world with their knowledge, wealth, and presence, today's "famous" philanthropist don't inspire greatness, in my opinion, they inspire elitism.

I know there are many who still strive for reaching out and advancing the human race with great works of philanthropy but those great men and women are now in the shadows. We as common folk rarely ever hear or seem them because it's not how they want to be remembered, they prefer to be useful to humanity rather than be admired.

I will have to end this here because my pc is acting up again and it has taking me 2 hours to write this post. My pc keeps locking up and doesn't let me edit properly, without taking a long time to give me back control. I am not running any other program or open window or browser.

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