Bit Of History: University Of Toronto, Public Health, Funded With Rockefeller Money

[Reprinted without permission]

The Rockefeller Foundation’s contributions to the University of Toronto have been an important part of its global philanthropic agenda in support of health, food, employment, cities, energy and innovation over the past century.

Established in 1913, the Rockefeller Foundation has disbursed more than US$17 billion in today’s dollars. Among its achievements, the foundation played a role in the founding of the field of public health, developed vaccines for diseases such as yellow fever and malaria, and led a global transformation of agriculture that has saved millions of lives.

Created by American industrialist John D. Rockefeller, the foundation is also a major supporter of educational institutions. It established the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and schools of public health at both Harvard and Johns Hopkins Universities. It became a major benefactor of the University of Toronto following the discovery of insulin in 1921 by Frederick Banting and Charles Best.

The following year, the foundation donated several million dollars to U of T for a chair of surgery and to fund construction of anatomy and pathology labs. The foundation also helped establish the School of Hygiene, which housed the Departments of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, Public Health Nursing, Epidemiology and Biometrics, and Physical Hygiene, as well as a Division of Industrial Hygiene. It incorporated the existing Connaught Laboratories, then a global leader in the development and manufacture of vaccines.

In 1933, further contributions helped create the School of Nursing, transforming the program at U of T from a diploma course for existing nurses into a fully-fledged bachelor’s degree program in a new departmental building at Queen’s Park Crescent. Other Rockefeller gifts helped found programs in Chinese Studies in 1934, and the Department of Slavic Studies in 1949.

The foundation’s leadership in global philanthropy for more than a century has had a tremendous impact. Its support for education and research at U of T has played a major role in building our impressive global legacy.

Certainly not the only major donor. However, no one else has given anywhere close to $17 billion places like the University of Toronto (adjusted for inflation). Check out other major names. Correction: an earlier interpretation of the announcement thought it was $17B exclusively to this school.

Kind of makes one wonder who financed the various outlets at the school, such as the Centre for Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, the WHO Collaboration Centre.

One notable set of donors are William (Bill) Graham and Catherin Graham. Bill is a former Defense Minister of Canada, former Foreign Affairs Minister, and former Interim Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. In total, they have contributed from $10.4 million.

This is quite the rabbit hole, but a few points to consider:

While this may be coincidental, the U.S. Federal Reserve came into existence in 1913. This led to the latest iteration of debt based currency, and debt slavery in that country.

The Rockefeller Foundation recently announced a $13.5 million grant, mostly for the U.S., to be spent on combatting misinformation.

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is listed as being founded by Rockefeller. From their own website: “The Rockefeller Foundation invented an international health system virtually overnight in 1914, simultaneously launching a pilot project throughout Central America and the British Caribbean to treat hookworm disease and lay the foundations of permanent departments of health under the auspices of its International Health Board.”

The LSHTM, much like Imperial College London, and the Vaccine Impact Modelling Consortium, receive heavy financing from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • European Commission
  • European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
  • Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI)
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Merck
  • University College London
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • UNICEF

The Vaccine Confidence Project, headed by Heidi Larson, is run by the LSHTM. Unsurprisingly, pharma companies are the biggest donors. After all, VCP is generating newer and larger markets for their products.

Johns Hopkins University has been running pandemic “scenarios” for many years. Makes one wonder how much of any of this is actually real.

In 2016, the ID2020 group was started. Among its initial partners are the Rockefeller Foundation, Microsoft, and GAVI, the Global Vaccine Alliance.

Rockefeller founded (along with others), the Climate Bonds Initiative. And this is hardly the only organization. Those carbon taxes people hate paying are going to make a limited number of people very rich.

And as mentioned before, UofT is structured as a charity.

Some interesting bits of information that most people probably never think about.

(1) https://www.chancellorscircle.utoronto.ca/members/the-rockefeller-foundation/
(2) https://archive.is/8r2eH
(3) Wayback Machine
(4) https://www.utoronto.ca/news/u-t-opens-groundbreaking-centre-strengthen-vaccine-confidence-through-collaboration
(5) https://www.dlsph.utoronto.ca/who-collaborating-centre-on-health-promotion/
(6) https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/events-archive/2001_dark-winter/index.html
(7) https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/events-archive/2005_atlantic_storm/index.html
(8) https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/events/2018_clade_x_exercise/index.html
(9) https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/event201/
(10) https://canucklaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Rockefeller.Foundation.lockstep.2010.pdf
(11) https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/news/the-rockefeller-foundation-commits-13-5-million-in-funding-to-strengthen-public-health-response-efforts/
(12) https://id2020.org/alliance
(13) https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/newsevents/events/rockefeller-foundation-parasitism-and-peripheral-origins-global-health
(14) https://www.vaccineconfidence.org/
(15) https://www.vaccineconfidence.org/partners-funders
(16) https://canucklaw.ca/cv-24-gates-financing-of-imperial-college-london-and-their-modelling/
(17) https://canucklaw.ca/cv-24b-london-school-of-hygiene-tropical-medicine-more-modelling-financed-by-gates/
(18) https://canucklaw.ca/cv-24c-vaccine-impact-modelling-consortium-more-bogus-science/
(19) https://www.climatebonds.net/about/funders

Some Of The Gates Foundation Money Coming Into Canadian Universities

This should have been addressed sooner, but here we are. Money corrupts. And large donations to colleges and universities are no different. Some well known schools in Canada have been receiving large donations from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in recent years.

Also noteworthy: a grant of nearly $20,000 to the BC Provincial Health Services Authority in September 2016. That should raise a few eyebrows. Then again, the BCPHSA is a registered charity, and isn’t really controlled by the Government.

SCHOOL DATE AMOUNT
Athabasca University December 2010 $10,000
Carleton University September 2013 $200,100
Carleton University July 2015 $200,000
Carleton University October 2016 $600,000
Carleton University November 2018 $287,769
Carleton University December 2020 $150,000
Queen’s University (Kingston) April 2000 $765,000
Queen’s University (Kingston) September 2017 $209,913
McGill University August 2008 $99,350
McGill University October 2008 $100,000
McGill University January 2011 $776,797
McGill University February 2012 $100,000
McGill University June 2012 $1,190,749
McGill University November 2012 $1,488,773
McGill University October 2013 $100,000
McGill University October 2013 $2,910,578
McGill University November 2013 $2,351,021
McGill University April 2014 $100,000
McGill University October 2014 $196,305
McGill University October 2015 $100,000
McGill University August 2017 $652,488
McGill University September 2017 $50,000
McGill University March 2019 $200,000
McGill University July 2019 $629,970
McGill University October 2019 $524,285
McGill University April 2020 $839,644
McGill University September 2020 $1,227,508
McMaster University June 2015 $6,616,077
McMaster University October 2018 $1,993,992
McMaster University November 2019 $12,392,744
Simon Fraser University November 2010 $100,000
Simon Fraser University June 2020 $1,638,614
University Health Network March 2008 $2,992,320
University Health Network July 2012 $374,713
University of Alberta January 2012 $374,493
University of Alberta April 2012 $100,000
University of Alberta April 2012 $100,000
University of British Columbia November 2009 $100,000
University of British Columbia November 2010 $25,905,046
University of British Columbia April 2011 $50,000
University of British Columbia October 2011 $100,000
University of British Columbia November 2011 $50,000
University of British Columbia February 2012 $75,000
University of British Columbia January 2015 $331,926
University of British Columbia October 2015 $100,000
University of British Columbia November 2015 $10,517,000
University of British Columbia April 2017 $248,118
University of British Columbia May 2017 $575,000
University of British Columbia May 2018 $115,002
University of Calgary April 2011 $100,000
University of Calgary March 2012 $100,000
University of Calgary October 2017 $320,729
University of Manitoba March 2002 $1,000,000
University of Manitoba December 2003 $23,781,310
University of Manitoba July 2005 $6,632,459
University of Manitoba September 2005 $5,875,500
University of Manitoba January 2006 $727,289
University of Manitoba July 2006 $25,000
University of Manitoba February 2007 $3,576,104
University of Manitoba December 2008 $19,964,619
University of Manitoba November 2009 $100,000
University of Manitoba November 2009 $9,395,356
University of Manitoba November 2011 $6,979,956
University of Manitoba November 2013 $45,240,209
University of Manitoba July 2014 $1,599,915
University of Manitoba November 2014 $5,115,536
University of Manitoba November 2015 $2,094,160
University of Manitoba November 2015 $3,600,884
University of Manitoba November 2015 $12,826,276
University of Manitoba December 2015 $108,108
University of Manitoba November 2016 $32,252,452
University of Manitoba November 2016 $1,496,747
University of Manitoba January 2017 $3,053,064
University of Manitoba May 2018 $299,920
University of Manitoba November 2018 $1,999,776
University of Manitoba November 2019 $1,677,745
University of Manitoba November 2019 $5,045,139
University of Manitoba April 2020 $200,000
University of Manitoba April 2020 $2,571,089
University of Manitoba April 2020 $6,483,054
University of Manitoba July 2020 $800,400
University of Manitoba November 2020 $2,038,335
University of Manitoba November 2020 $2,195,780
University of Manitoba December 2020 $116,323
University of Manitoba December 2020 $986,439
University of Manitoba June 2021 $87,078,762
University of Ottawa April 2011 $100,000
University of Ottawa April 2016 $100,000
University of Saskatchewan July 2005 $4,510,133
University of Saskatchewan October 2008 $100,000
University of Saskatchewan May 2010 $100,000
University of Saskatchewan September 2020 $10,000
University of Toronto December 2004 $78,750
University of Toronto December 2005 $10,071,457
University of Toronto October 2008 $100,000
University of Toronto June 2011 $439,585
University of Toronto September 2011 $100,000
University of Toronto October 2012 $2,617,245
University of Toronto November 2012 $100,000
University of Toronto August 2014 $5,019,295
University of Toronto April 2015 $100,000
University of Toronto April 2016 $100,000
University of Toronto October 2016 $344,020
University of Toronto October 2017 $2,715,600
University of Toronto November 2019 $127,685
University of Toronto November 2020 $1,902,266
University of Victoria October 2008 $100,000
University of Waterloo October 2007 $12,500,000
University of Waterloo February 2018 $90,000
University of Waterloo November 2018 $236,244
Wilfird Laurier University July 2016 $255,605
World Uni Service of Canada April 2007 $4,059,901
World Uni Service of Canada October 2010 $3,995,720
World Uni Service of Canada September 2012 $1,605,835
World Uni Service of Canada October 2012 $2,134,386
World Uni Service of Canada May 2014 $331,780

In what may be a surprise to many, it seems that the University of Manitoba comes out on top when it comes to receiving money from Gates.

BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION
EIN: 56-2618866

BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION TRUST
EIN: 91-1663695

Remember: always be following the money.

(1) https://www.gatesfoundation.org
(2) https://www.gatesfoundation.org/about/committed-grants?q=canada%20university#jump-nav-anchor0
(3) https://archive.is/4GwFa
(4) https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/
(5) gates.foundation.taxes.2016
(6) gates.foundation.taxes.2017
(7) gates.foundation.taxes.2018
(8) gates.foundation.trust.taxes.2018

Ontario’s “Re-Education” Training For Health Care Workers Refusing “Vaccines”

Pretty Orwellian, isn’t is? The above video is from a health care worker in Ontario, one who has been forced to undergo “reeducation” as a result of refusing the experimental, unapproved “vaccine”. While it’s impossible to 100% verify that this is authentic, it’s consistent with the programming that Ford has already sent out.

Thank you to whoever produced this.

TORONTO — Workers at long-term care homes who chose not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine will soon have to participate in an educational program on the benefits of vaccination, unless they can provide proof of a medical reason for refusing the shot.

The Doug Ford government has announced that all 626 long-term care homes in Ontario will have to have immunization polices in place for staff that will, at a minimum, require workers who do not get both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to “participate in an educational program about the benefits of vaccination and the risks of not being vaccinated.

The policy takes effect July 1 and the only exception will be for staff who can provide a “documented medical reason for not being vaccinated,” the province say.

Welcome to the Ministry Of Truth.

It’s important to note: these are not “approved vaccines”. They are given interim authorization as a result of an emergency order. They aren’t really vaccines either.

This tutorial, and other government propaganda, don’t bother to mention that there are no long term studies about the effects. Nor do they discuss the testing deficiencies, such as no testing for pregnant women, nursing mothers, children, carcinogenicity, or toxicity. No evidence of fertility issues…. yes, because testing for it was never done.

Also noteworthy: there’s no mention that the manufacturers are indemnified against liability. This means they cannot be sued, regardless of what damages can be proven.

Interesting that there is the statement that death soon after injection doesn’t necessarily mean the vaccine was responsible. That distinction was never made for “Covid deaths”.

No mention of the fact that even from the Government of Canada’s own data, the overwhelming majority of cases get better on their own.

These are just a few of the questions that aren’t addressed.

Ever get the sense they are trying too hard?

(1) https://rumble.com/vis5wt-propaganda-course-for-ltc-in-ontario-if-you-refuse-the-vax.html?fbclid=IwAR2SO_d7nEjKJQ3GF-EONMLr_zEig3tudLL8wIyh6GECF_M-VZ02ErFdbY4
(2) https://www.facebook.com/groups/137204671811144/permalink/144676727730605/
(3) https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/unvaccinated-ontario-long-term-care-workers-will-have-to-participate-in-educational-program-1.5450034
(4) https://www.hrreporter.com/focus-areas/safety/ontario-mandates-immunization-policies-for-long-term-care-homes/356705

American College Health Foundation Is Funded By Big Pharma And Insurance

The American College Health Foundation (ACHF), is promoting the “pandemic” narrative, and even trying to coordinate the mass vaccination of students. Why would it do that? Turns out, the ACHF is involved with different organizations who don’t have the public’s interests at heart.

A look at some of their donors is an instant red flag. Several health companies, which stand to profit, are listed. True, this list is from 2018, but it gives a look into it. And sitting as a top tier donor: Pfizer.

With this in mind, it should not be at all surprising that the ACHF promotes the mass vaccination of college students.

Mass Vaccination Clinic Guidance and Resources
The ACHA COVID-19 task force has gathered resources to assist members in planning for mass vaccination clinics. While currently the focus is on planning the administration of COVID-19 vaccine to large numbers of students and other members of the campus community, these resources and principles may be applied to the administration of any vaccine in a large-scale event. Guidance for supply, delivery, storage, and administration of the anticipated COVID-19 vaccine will come from the federal government and state, territorial, tribal, and local health departments and therefore will not be addressed in any specific way in this document.

In the current situation, it is critical that colleges and universities reach out to the appropriate public health authority so as to be included in the planning and distribution of the vaccine for students and other campus community members. College and university health services will then provide direction to and coordination with their campus partners in setting up systems to manage the details of the immunization plan.

Although specific guidance will be forthcoming from governmental agencies, college health professionals have an important role in encouraging high uptake of vaccines in the campus community.

COVID-19 vaccine mass vaccination events will require additional planning including:

The ACHF is fully behind the agenda of mass vaccinating young adults, but omits any mention of the relevant details:

  1. These vaccines are still undergoing testing
  2. These vaccines have “Emergency Use Authorization” and are not approved
  3. Manufacturers are exempt from liability

The ACHF prominently posts a link to the CDC or Center for Disease Control in the U.S. This page gives “Covid communications” advice, including how to talk to people about getting vaccinated. See below.

For some context, the CDC doesn’t completely function as a Government body, but receives private funding. Its fundraising arm, the CDC Foundation is “an independent nonprofit and the sole entity created by Congress to mobilize philanthropic and private-sector resources to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s critical health protection work”. It’s listed as 501(c)(3) charity. Top partner organizations and corporations are drug companies. A charitable interpretation would be to call it a public-private partnership.

Established by Congress more than two decades ago, the CDC Foundation is an independent, 501(c)(3) public charity.

One of the ACHF’s partners is Pharmedrix, a company that packages drugs and medicine. It’s also “licensed as a drug manufacturer with the State of California and registered as a drug manufacturer/repackager with both the Food and Drug Administration and the Drug Enforcement Administration”. Pharmedrix is listed as a “Diamond Level” donors to the ACHF.

Another partner of the ACHF is Pyramed Health. The specific “pandemic” services it offers include: (a) Case Management System; (b) Contact Tracing; (c) Zoom Integration; and (d) Custom Lab Interfaces. The current situation seems to have kept them very busy.

Also on the list is Aetna Health, an insurance broker, who also provides referrals to a variety of other health services.

Gallagher Koster, is another insurance company, and another top donor to the ACHF. Unsurprisingly, its target customers are college students.

This is hardly an exhaustive listing, the pattern is unmistakable: there is a lot of money tied up in poisoning people, without fully disclosing the risks. The American education industry seems to be no different.

(1) https://www.acha.org/
(2) https://www.acha.org/ACHA/Resources/COVID-19_Novel_Coronavirus/Mass_Vaccination_Guidance_and_Resources/ACHA/Resources/Topics/Mass_Vaccination_Clinic_Guidance_and_Resources.aspx?hkey=aa394485-cc39-417a-ab2e-bcddc24f14ed
(3) https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/health-systems-communication-toolkit.html
(4) https://www.cdcfoundation.org/our-story
(5) https://www.cdcfoundation.org/partner-list/foundations
(6) https://www.cdcfoundation.org/partner-list/corporations
(7) https://www.acha.org/documents/ACHF/ACHF_Donor_List_2018.pdf
(8) ACHF Top Donor Honour Roll 2018
(9) https://www.acha.org/documents/ACHF/Partners_for_Wellness_2017.pdf
(10) ACHF Partners For Wellness 2017
(11) http://www.pharmedixrx.com/
(12) https://pyramed-health.com/covid-19-solutions/
(13) https://www.aetnastudenthealth.com/en/main/about-us.html
(14) https://www.gallagherstudent.com/
(15) http://www.sdweissfoundation.com/programs/

Aruna Khilanani, Anti-White Forensic Psychiatrist/Psychoanalyst, Doubles Down

Considering that Khilanani claims her words were taken out of context, it’s best to show the entire video here. She did a follow up interview after the initial talk.

On April 6, Aruna Khilanani, a forensic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst gave a talk at Yale University, where she spoke of violent fantasies about killing white people.

Statement from YSM
On April 6, a speaker who is not affiliated with Yale gave a Child Study Center Grand Rounds talk, with the provocative title “The Psychopathic Problem of the White Mind.” After the event, several faculty members expressed concern to the Yale School of Medicine’s Office of Academic and Professional Development and the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion about the content of the talk.

Based on these concerns, School of Medicine leaders, including Dean Brown and Deputy Dean Latimore, in consultation with the Chair of the Child Study Center, reviewed a recording of the talk and found the tone and content antithetical to the values of the school. Because Grand Rounds are typically posted online after the event and in consideration of Yale’s commitment to the right of free expression, school leaders further reviewed the Report of the Committee on Freedom of Expression at Yale.

In deciding whether to post the video, we weighed our grave concern about the extreme hostility, imagery of violence, and profanity expressed by the speaker against our commitment to freedom of expression. We ultimately decided to post the video with access limited to those who could have attended the talk — the members of the Yale community. To emphasize that the ideas expressed by the speaker conflict with the core values of Yale School of Medicine, we added the disclaimer: “This video contains profanity and imagery of violence. Yale School of Medicine expects the members of our community to speak respectfully to one another and to avoid the use of profanity as a matter of professionalism and acknowledgment of our common humanity. Yale School of Medicine does not condone imagery of violence or racism against any group.”

Instead of outright condemning this, Yale decided to post it, but limit the access of who could watch it. One can only imagine the outrage if the races had been reversed in this case. She now claims she was using metaphors, and wasn’t calling for overt violence.

Khilanani tries to spin this as some sort of social justice mindset, instead of overtly calling for violence. It comes across as incredibly condescending when she tries to “explain” it.

Khilanani has since doubled down, claiming both: (a) that she wasn’t quoted in full context; and (b) justifying how such views would be shaped. See the video at the top. She appeared on BNC news on June 16.

Apparently, white people got triggered (pardon the pun) for Khilanani saying that she fantasized about shooting whites in the head and walking away. She mocks whites for being offended by her words. Despite an initial impression, this woman doesn’t appear to be trolling. She seems to mean the anti-white hatred she spits out.

Also, if the West was built by whites oppressing and slaughtering others, is Khilanani not benefitting from this? Is she not enjoying a Western lifestyle created from the blood and bones of others? There’s no indication she’s about to abandon that life here and move elsewhere.

Treating everyone else just as people isn’t enough, in her mind.

This is racial hatred cloaked as psychological methods and research. Her choice of hosts for a “clarification” interview is interesting as well.

(1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o20tk-QrZiE
(2) https://twitter.com/marclamonthill/status/1405491706842292225
(3) https://medicine.yale.edu/childstudy/education/rounds/
(4) https://yalecollege.yale.edu/get-know-yale-college/office-dean/reports/report-committee-freedom-expression-yale

(Charity) McMaster University; Bill Gates; Future Of Canada Project; Nexus For Infectious Diseases

McMaster University, located in Hamilton, ON, is a registered charity. Beyond that, there some interesting things about it that are worth covering. Many questions need to be answered/

Even though McMaster is a school in Ontario, its “charitable operations” go on in dozens of countries across the world. Looking at some of its recent financial information from the Canada Revenue Agency:

Operations Outside Canada
41 countries

  • BRAZIL
  • CHILE
  • CHINA
  • COLOMBIA
  • CROATIA
  • DENMARK
  • ECUADOR
  • EGYPT
  • FRANCE
  • GERMANY
  • GHANA
  • INDIA
  • ISRAEL
  • ITALY
  • JAMAICA
  • JAPAN
  • JORDAN
  • KENYA
  • KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
  • KUWAIT
  • MALAYSIA
  • MEXICO
  • NETHERLANDS
  • NIGERIA
  • OMAN
  • PAKISTAN
  • PERU
  • PHILIPPINES
  • POLAND
  • QATAR
  • ROMANIA
  • RUSSIAN FEDERATION
  • SAUDI ARABIA
  • SINGAPORE
  • SPAIN
  • THAILAND
  • UGANDA
  • UKRAINE
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • UNITED STATES
  • VIET NAM

April 2016 Financial Information
Receipted donations $19,830,823.00 (2.08%)
Non-receipted donations $40,427.00 (0.00%)
Gifts from other registered charities $14,732,570.00 (1.54%)
Government funding $406,414,303.00 (42.58%)
All other revenue $513,390,877.00 (53.79%)
Total revenue: $954,409,000.00

Charitable programs $900,233,769.00 (97.27%)
Management and administration $19,971,238.00 (2.16%)
Fundraising $5,107,992.00 (0.55%)
Political activities $0.00 (0.00%)
Gifts to other registered charities and qualified donees $166,644.00 (0.02%)
Other $0.00 (0.00%)
Total expenses: $925,479,643.00

Professional and consulting fees: $17,739,375.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$350,000 and over: 10

April 2017 Financial Information
Receipted donations $21,327,902.00 (1.95%)
Non-receipted donations $19,777.00 (0.00%)
Gifts from other registered charities $11,713,156.00 (1.07%)
Government funding $406,419,787.00 (37.18%)
All other revenue $653,674,378.00 (59.80%)
Total revenue: $1,093,155,000.00

Charitable programs $940,084,196.00 (97.51%)
Management and administration $18,669,883.00 (1.94%)
Fundraising $5,161,921.00 (0.54%)
Political activities $0.00 (0.00%)
Gifts to other registered charities and qualified donees $188,122.00 (0.02%)
Other $0.00 (0.00%)

Professional and consulting fees: $15,270,211.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$350,000 and over: 10

April 2018 Financial Information
Receipted Donations $28,195,811.00 (2.54%)
Non-receipted donations $24,210.00 (0.00%)
Gifts from other registered charities $10,048,610.00 (0.91%)
Government funding $415,125,450.00 (37.41%)
All other revenue $656,153,919.00 (59.14%)
Total revenue: $1,109,548,000.00

Charitable programs $961,418,445.00 (97.53%)
Management and administration $19,244,819.00 (1.95%)
Fundraising $5,055,736.00 (0.51%)
Political activities $0.00 (0.00%)
Gifts to other registered charities and qualified donees $89,275.00 (0.01%)
Other $0.00 (0.00%)
Total expenses: $985,808,275.00

Professional and consulting fees: $15,462,907.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$350,000 and over: 10

April 2019 Financial Information
Receipted donations $23,270,581.00 (1.95%)
Non-receipted donations $18,348.00 (0.00%)
Gifts from other registered charities $12,121,901.00 (1.02%)
Government funding $425,547,839.00 (35.67%)
All other revenue $732,051,331.00 (61.36%)
Total revenue: $1,193,010,000.00

Charitable programs $1,009,277,253.00 (97.41%)
Management and administration $21,506,655.00 (2.08%)
Fundraising $5,234,092.00 (0.51%)
Political activities $0.00 (0.00%)
Gifts to other registered charities and qualified donees $80,349.00 (0.01%)
Other $0.00 (0.00%)
Total expenses: $1,036,098,349.00

Professional and consulting fees: $15,506,579.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$350,000 and over: 10

April 2020 Financial Information
Receipted donations $21,381,040.00 (1.84%)
Non-receipted donations $10,738.00 (0.00%)
Gifts from other registered charities $15,237,139.00 (1.31%)
Government funding $429,859,247.00 (37.03%)
All other revenue $694,481,836.00 (59.82%)
Total revenue: $1,160,970,000.00

Charitable programs $1,040,103,095.00 (97.31%)
Management and administration $23,068,981.00 (2.16%)
Fundraising $5,500,725.00 (0.51%)
Political activities $0.00 (0.00%)
Gifts to other registered charities and qualified donees $83,868.00 (0.01%)
Total expenses: $1,068,900,000.00

Professional and consulting fees: $17,478,767.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$350,000 and over: 10

In addition to being a billion dollar enterprise, this “charity” pays its top Executives over $350,000/year. Perhaps that contributes to tuition being as expensive as it is.

Link to search IRS charity tax records:
https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/

Let’s clarify here: there are actually 2 separate entities. The Foundation is the group that distributes money to various organizations and institutions. The Foundation Trust, however, is concerned primarily about asset management.

BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION
EIN: 56-2618866
gates.foundation.taxes.2016
gates.foundation.taxes.2017
gates.foundation.taxes.2018

BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION TRUST
EIN: 91-1663695
gates.foundation.trust.taxes.2018

McMaster claimed to have isolated the virus that causes Covid-19. That’s very interesting, considering that when Fluoride Free Peel did a freedom of information request for it, there were no records available.

A cynic might wonder if $21 million in donations from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to McMaster might have had anything to do with that isolation issue.

Bit of a side note: Kashif Pirzada, one of the “TV experts” on the news calling for repressive medical tyranny, is a Professor at McMaster University.

The Lung Health Foundation and Canada’s Global Nexus for Pandemics and Biological Threats have partnered to provide Canadians with evidence-based, timely information on COVID-19 vaccine efficacy, infectious respiratory diseases and other public health measures put in place to manage risk and improve peoples’ health.

Canada’s Global Nexus researchers, based at McMaster University, will provide data and evidence about pandemic topics that will be used by the Lung Health Foundation in customized public education and awareness tools to strengthen Canadians’ understanding of how to protect themselves, their loved ones and their communities.

These public education materials will include accurate layperson summaries and infographics and may evolve into public discussion roundtables, policy briefings and advocacy activities. The two partners will explore topics ranging from vaccine approval and rollout to diagnostic testing capacity and economic and social policies.

“Canadians are bombarded with mass information and misinformation about COVID-19 daily, leaving too many with uncertainty and confusion,” says Peter Glazier, Executive Vice President of the Lung Health Foundation. “Together with Canada’s Global Nexus for Pandemics and Biological Threats, the Lung Health Foundation will provide the clear, consistent and fact-based information Canadians can trust to help stay safe and make informed decisions about vaccines.”

Collaboration is key to success, says Gerry Wright, lead, Canada’s Global Nexus for Pandemics and Biological Threats at McMaster University. Wright is a global expert in antibiotic resistance and scientific director of McMaster’s Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research.

McMaster is partnering on a number of different issues, such as combatting what they deem to be “misinformation“. Of course, there is a significant conflict of interest, since McMaster’s people will also be doing some of the modelling and advance vaccine research.

If this “pandemic” were to end, a lot of people would find themselves out of work.

There is also the Future of Canada Project, which acts as a form of thinktank to promote different visions for where Canada should end up in recent years. Its Council includes Lloyd Axworthy, and several “journalists” such as Peter Mansbridge.

McMaster is also very involved in advancing the vaccine agenda. Funny how terms like “interim authorization” and “manufacturer indemnification” seem noticeably absent from the conversation.

The details are too extensive to cover in a single article, but there is a lot more to this university than meets the eye.

One of the firms managing McMaster’s endowment fund (gifts and donations), is Blackrock, which owns SNC Lavalin, and has ties to the CCP.

Just remember, whenever someone donates to this institution, it is considered a charitable contribution for tax purposes. That means that the public is forced to subsidized these payments.

What’s really going on at McMaster?

(1) https://apps.cra-arc.gc.ca/ebci/hacc/srch/pub/bscSrch
(2) McMaster University Charity Details, CRA
(3) https://www.gatesfoundation.org/
(4) https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/
(5) https://healthsci.mcmaster.ca/home/2020/03/13/mcmaster-researcher-plays-key-role-in-isolating-covid-19-virus-for-use-in-urgent-research
(6) https://www.fluoridefreepeel.ca/university-of-toronto-sunnybrook-hsc-have-no-record-of-covid-19-virus-isolation/
(7) https://future-of-canada.mcmaster.ca/
(8) https://future-of-canada.mcmaster.ca/council/
(9) https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/articles/mcmaster-to-create-and-lead-new-international-nexus-for-pandemics-and-biological-threats/
(10) https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/channels/infectious-disease/
(11) https://globalnexus.mcmaster.ca/
(12) https://impact.mcmaster.ca/our-donor-community
(13) https://impact.mcmaster.ca/sites/default/files/story_docs/endowment_brochure_2019-2020.pdf