Bill Gates' 'Neo-Feudalism' - Robert F Kennedy Jr. Takes Closer Look at 'Farmer Bill'


Lawyer Robert F Kennedy, nephew of former U.S. president John F. Kennedy, has written a damning account of Bill Gates’ attempt to monopolise and dominate global food production, labelling it “a dark form of philanthrocapitalism based on biopiracy and corporate biopiracy.”


Kennedy warns: “To cloak his dystopian plans for humanity in benign intentions, Gates has expropriated the rhetoric of “sustainability,” “biodiversity,” “good stewardship” and “climate.”

Kennedy continues, “These causes are all grim realities that pose existential threats to our children and require urgent attention. However, Gates’ record exposes his benevolent intentions as masquerades for his agenda to maximize personal profit and control.”


Writing for his Children's Health Defense group, Kennedy notes that “It’s baffling to me how so many of my friends in the environmental movement have swallowed Gates’ chicanery.”


Kennedy goes further, detailing a catalogue of wrong-doings including:

were that not enough, Kennedy goes further, saying;

  • Forced a failed system of GMO, chemical and fossil fuel-based agriculture on poor African farmers, decimating biodiversity and ensuring soils grew more acidic with every application of petrochemical fertilizers. A study found that extreme hunger has increased by 30 percent in the 18 countries that Gates targeted. Rural poverty has metastasized dramatically, and the number of hungry people in these nations has risen to 131 million.

Kennedy notes that, just as with Gates’ vaccination programs in Africa, “there was neither internal evaluation nor public accountability.” also notes that Gates’ power grab doesn’t end with food production. He has sought to dominate in the areas of public health, privatizing prisons,