Gates Foundation Caught Funneling Money To Chinese State-Run Firms

(FiveNation.com)- An investigation just revealed how the charitable group founded by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his ex-wife Melinda Gates has purchased over $20 million of stock in an investment fund that is mostly backed by Chinese state-run companies.

The National Pulse found that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation made the huge investment in Morgan Stanley China A Share Fund Inc., which is mostly made up of state-owned Chinese banks, manufacturers, and energy companies. The investment was made on August 23, with some 1,100,000 shares purchased at an average cost of $21.

The biggest holding in the fund is the Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, which is managed by some of the highest-profile officials in the Chinese Communist Party. The China Merchants Bank, another state-owned bank, is included in the firm’s holdings.

The fund describes how it seeks capital growth by investing in Chinese companies, which also include China Yangtze Power, China Resources Sanjiu Medical & Pharmacy, and Kweichow Moutai.

Combine this interesting news with the fact that recent investigations found that Bill Gates is connected to a number of CCP influence groups and campaigns, including the China United Work Front, and it makes you wonder whether Bill Gates has some other connection to China.

Why the heavy investments?

According to this recent report, Bill Gates is a member of the steering committee of the China-United States Exchange Foundation, a propaganda program designed to expand Chinese influence across the world.

So many questions…