Guess who is the largest private owner of farmland in the US. A 2018 purchase of 14,500 acres of prime eastern Washington farmland – which is traditional Yakama territory – for $171m helped him get that title.
None other than Bill Gates, the Microsoft billionaire and fan of the World Economic Forum’s desire to end farming, round up people and hive them in cities and rewild all countryside.
“Bill Gates made headlines in November 2017 when one of his investment firms, Belmont Partners, announced the $80 million purchase of 25,000-acre plot of land in Arizona to build a smart city — “Belmont.”
Belmont will be a fully functioning community with bustling businesses, schools and 80,000 homes. Once the city gates open, Belmont will be able to host an equivalent population to Salt Lake City, which is home to more than 193,000 people.” Smartcitydive
In total, Gates owns approximately 242,000 acres of farmland with assets totaling more than $690m. To put that into perspective, that’s nearly the size of Hong Kong. And it’s not only farmland – he’s buying water rights as well.
Combine that with Black Rock’s investment in middle-class homes we reported on here and we’re looking at full implementation of the WEF and its evil founder Klauss Schwab’s long held dream to return to feudalism – with us as the serfs – all in the name of Climate Change and the Great Reset!