The Gates Foundation Is Funding China To Recruit Foreign Scientists

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is giving money to the Chinese communist party to help the regime recruit foreign scientists…… and no one is stopping this.

In June, the Bill & Melinda Gates’s foundation issued a $100,000 grant to the Foreign Talent Research Center (FTRC) of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology the National Pulse reported.

The funding is being specifically tagged for use in “leveraging resources to improve global health and support disadvantaged populations who [sic] are disproportionately impacted by pandemic.”

According to the Epoch Times reports: The funding is to help the Chinese regime organize a forum hosted by Zhongguancun—China’s state-sponsored Silicon Valley—on “pandemic preparedness and response.” The forum has featured top leaders of the regime as speakers including, in its 2021 event, regime leader Xi Jinping.

While the 2022 forum will feature discussion topics such as global health and supporting pandemic-impacted “disadvantaged populations,” the agency affiliated with the Communist regime that’s sponsoring the event, FTRC, oversees the hiring of foreign talents in science and engineering for China’s strategic goals such as military-civil integration.

Meanwhile, the forum’s objectives go beyond talking about technology and health topics: as the organizers say, they aim to “necessary to earnestly study and understand the spirit of the General Secretary’s [2021] speech” and build a technological hub in “serving the national strategy.”

The foundation’s commitment to bolstering China’s scientific advancement came amid mounting warnings of the threat the regime poses to the United States and the West.

Leaders from the UK and U.S. domestic intelligence agencies delivered a rare joint statement on July 6, warning that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the greatest threat to the international order.

FBI Director Christopher Wray said the greatest challenge to the international order is the CCP, which seeks to undermine the United States, its allies, and its partners.

Meanwhile, MI5 Director General Ken McCallum detailed threats posed by the CCP in relation to covert theft, forced technology transfers, research exploitation, and cyberattacks that target virtually every sector of society.

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