(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Globalist tycoon Bill Gates has bought a large minority stake in the massive beer producing corporation Heineken Holding NV, Bloomberg reported.
Gates spent approximately $902 million to secure his investment in the world’s second-largest brewing company, coming out to 3.8% of the total holding, 6.65 million shares in his individual capacity, and 4.18 million shares through the fraudulent Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust.
The billionaire reportedly swooped in to buy up the shares on the same day that Fomento Economico Mexicano SAB, the Mexican Coca-Cola bottler and convenience store operator, offloaded millions of shares of Heineken.
Interestingly, back in 2007, Gates bought a minority stake in FEMSA, a company that recently sold its Heineken stake and plans to continue offloading more Heineken shares in the coming years.
Though Gates presents himself as a health guru, his purchase of both Coca-Cola bottling and beer brewing mega-corporation stocks would indicate that he is more concerned with profits than he is with health.
Causing further intrigue is a post from Gates on Reddit in 2018, wherein he told fellow bloggers that he does not care much for beer.
“I am not a big beer drinker,” Gates wrote, noting that on rare occasions he will “drink light beer to get with the vibe of all the other beer drinkers.”
His own Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has even funded studies warning against the consumption of alcohol.
The researchers, funded by their globalist captain, predictably found that “stronger interventions” are needed across the globe, especially among youths, “to reduce the substantial global health loss attributable to alcohol.”
Whether Gates—in true ESG form—plans to use his purchasing power to redirect the beverage industry in a more “sustainable” way, but it would not be the first time he was accused of using his billions for social-engineering projects.
Gates and his elite friends have zealously researched numerous ways to make the people of the world safe, including crop dusting them with mRNA vaccines. Gates is also said to be considering other ways to push vaccines through the food supply.
Some have also expressed their concern that his recent buyup of significant swaths of agricultural land in the U.S. might ultimately be to convert it from raising traditional livestock—such as delicious cattle—to more vegan options like cricket-farming.