Warren Buffett Donates $3.5 Billion to Bill Gates To Roll Out Globalist Agenda

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Billionaire financier Warren Buffett has announced a multi-billion dollar donation to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to continue their work implementing the globalist agenda through vaccine research, weather modification, eugenics and synthetic meat production.

The legendary trader, who’s turning 94 in August, converted 8,674 of his Berkshire Class A shares to donate more than 13 million Class B shares worth $5.3 billion, according to a statement Friday.

A total of 9.93 million of these shares, worth a cool $3.5 billion, went to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with the rest going to the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, named after his late first wife, and the three charities led by his children Howard, Susan and Peter Buffett.

According to MSN, the “Oracle of Omaha” has pledged to give away the fortune he built at Berkshire, the Omaha, Nebraska-based conglomerate he started running in 1965. Buffett has been making annual donations to the five charities since 2006.

After Friday’s donations, Buffett owns 207,963 Berkshire A shares and 2,586 B shares, worth about $130 billion.

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Buffett clarified that after his death, the enormous fortune he amassed from building the one-of-a-kind conglomerate will be directed to a new charitable trust overseen by his three children.

He told the Journal that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will no longer receive donations after his death. Buffett resigned as a trustee at the Gates Foundation in June 2021 in the midst of Bill and Melinda Gates’ divorce.

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At Berkshire’s annual meeting in May, Buffett spoke candidly to shareholders about a future when he’s no longer at the helm, appearing solemn at times as he pondered his advanced age and reflected on his late friend and business partner Charlie Munger.

Greg Abel, vice chairman for noninsurance operations at Berkshire, has been named Buffett’s successor and has taken on most of the responsibility at the conglomerate.

Buffett previously said his will will be made public after his death.

After my death, the disposition of my assets will be an open book – no ‘imaginative’ trusts or foreign entities to avoid public scrutiny but rather a simple will available for inspection at the Douglas County Courthouse,” Buffett said in November.

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