(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

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