To many, Bill Gates is arguably the biggest philanthropist of the modern world. And to others – who are probably more – he is the Antichrist himself; the one who has been hiding under the guise of charitable giving to herald the dawn of the New World Order.
Yes, he may have donated heavily towards eradicating Malaria, Polio, Malnutrition and towards education and alleviating poverty – especially in Africa; but all of these he has done to help the occultic bodies to which he belongs tighten their grip on the world.
Somehow, this makes sense.
The man is everywhere. His hands are in a lot of cookie jars. He’s the gift that keeps on giving. From Polio to AIDS to Ebola and now Covid-19.
Surely, he must think himself saviour of the world?
Perhaps, it is just a chronic case of an hero complex?
No, it can’t be that.
But no individual should wield that amount of political and financial influence. And those who do, simply can’t lay claim to any sort of altruism.
There is always a catch. An ulterior motive. A clandestine agenda. . .
But these arguments and counter-arguments only serve one purpose: they blind us from seeing the good in human nature. There are people who are genuinely good and kind.
Philanthropy is a choice. those who choose to give, should not do so for validation. And those who do not, should not be made to feel as though they have committed a crime against humanity. The feeling of entitlement is just as despicable as unfounded suspicion.
At a time when countries the world over need all the help they can get from corporations and well-meaning individuals, the least the rest of humanity can do is to not – in an attempt to make sense of a pandemic or whatever fears there may be – besmirch their efforts of goodwill.
Humanity can and should do better.