China’s Xi Jinping Says “Thank You” To Bill Gates For Donating Millions

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Bill Gates who predicted or better yet as some people say  “planned” the Covid-19 pandemic has some very alarming donations.

Reports have surfaced which reveal the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has sent over $54 million to health projects in China that are controlled by the Chinese Communist Party.

The Gates Foundation also reportedly gave Wuhan University a $127,650 grant despite collaborating with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on bat coronaviruses.

In return for the Gate’s big donation pledges, Communist Leader Xi Jinping penned a letter that expressed his gratitude towards the Gates Foundation.

 

Becker News had more on the story:

Bill Gates has been sending tens of millions of dollars to China throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, even as the Communist-run country likely knew about the pandemic in May 2019 and intentionally fueled it to spread it around the globe.

The National Pulse reported on the updated numbers for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation through November 2021.

“Since the onset of COVID-19, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has sent over $54 million to fund “global health” projects in China, including to institutions controlled by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Wuhan Institute of Virology collaborators, The National Pulse can reveal,” the article led in.

“Since December 2019, the Foundation has sent a total of 93 grants adding up to $54,573,428 to China-based projects,” the National Pulse report noted. The Gates Foundation contributions to mostly CCP-run bodies are listed below.

“Wuhan University received a $127,650 grant from the Foundation in January 2021, despite the school routinely collaborating with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on research, including studies focusing on bat coronaviruses funded by Anthony Fauci,” the report added.

The Straits Times got the scoop too:

Chinese President Xi Jinping has written a letter expressing thanks to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the organisation’s “generosity” and support tackling a deadly virus epidemic, state media said on Saturday (Feb 22).

The outbreak of the new Covid-19 diesease has claimed 2,345 lives in mainland China and infected more than 76,000 people, with cases in more than 25 countries and territories.

Earlier this month the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation committed up to US$100 million (S$139 million) for the global response to the outbreak.

“I deeply appreciate the act of generosity of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and your letter of solidarity to the Chinese people at such an important moment,” Mr Xi wrote in the letter, according to official news agency Xinhua.

China is at a “critical moment” in the fight against the outbreak, he said.


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