Saturday, September 23, 2023

Bill Gates Releases Corny Video to Explain Mass Farmland Buy-Up

'So many green products carry a price premium... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Freshly-divorced globalist oligarch Bill Gates released an incredibly embarrassing YouTube video earlier this week, promoting both himself–and his corn–as the saviors of the planet.

He also attempted to raise awareness of climate change and its effect on his favorite crop.

The video includes images of Bill Gates as a youth eating corn, panning back to him today, dancing with corn in his hand as music, covered by children singing about corn, plays in the background.

Of course, Gates presumably loves corn for more than just its flavor. He also enjoys making billions of dollars off of his own developments of the monocrop and the control over the world food supply that it delivers into his hands.

Gates has doubled-down on gaining control over both domestic and world food supplies in recent years, buying up American farmland at unprecedented rates.

Yet there has been some backlash to his extensive land purchasing.

This summer, North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley sent a letter to a Gates-funded trust demanding that it account for its purchase of six parcels of land in the state, as the globalist Gates continues to snatch up farmland across America.

“Our office needs to confirm how your company uses this land and whether this use meets any of the statutory exceptions, such as the business purpose exception, so that we can close this case and file it in our inactive files,” Wrigley’s office wrote.

Further, last March Washington state House candidate Joe Kent called on the United States to seize farm land owned by Gates after the tech billionaire called on America to transition to “100 percent synthetic beef” in the name of slowing climate change.

“So many green products carry a price premium” compared with established fossil fuel technologies, Gates said while promoting fake meat. “… [T]the way you get rid of that is scale up the production.”

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