The Gates Foundation announced this June 30 that it will invest $2.1 billion over five years, of which $1.4 billion will go to ‘family planning’, a term used by Planned Parenthood to refer to abortions. Coincidentally, on the same day, Soros’ Open Society announced a $100 million donation to support ‘feminist’ causes.
Using ‘neutral’ and indirect language the two progressive organizations announced on the same day, June 30, the donation of $1.5 billion for feminist causes, which include the promotion of transgender people in society, access to abortion for women and among other things, ‘gender equality’ a concept that claims without evidence that women have fewer opportunities to work or occupy leadership positions just because they are women.
Gates’ donation is in response, according to the statement posted on its website to the Gender Equality Forum convened by UN Women, a group also dedicated to promoting abortion as a ‘right’ and pushing the transgender movement in society.
“… Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced a commitment of $2.1 billion over the next five years to advance women’s economic empowerment, strengthen women and girls’ health and family planning, and accelerate women’s leadership,” the statement said.
The inclusion of the term ‘girls’ is unclear, as girls should not be considered within ‘family planning,’ ideally.
Explaining where the 1.4 billion for ‘family planning’ will be directed the statement reads:
“Family Planning and Health: $1.4 billion over five years: This reaffirms and expands the foundation’s commitment to family planning and women’s health, with a focus on increasing options and access to contraceptives and support for a network of family planning partners, including UNFPA Supplies Partnership, Family Planning 2030, the Global Financing Facility, and the new Shaping Equitable Market Access for Reproductive Health initiative.”
The UNFPA’s ‘family planning program’ is responsible for providing the pills used for abortions, Misoprostol and Mifepristone, which are distributed as ‘maternal health supplies’ worldwide.
The UK recently reduced its contributions to UNFPA by up to 85% and abortionist Planned Parenthood criticized the decision arguing that the decision would impact the price of contraceptive supplies globally, an indication that between Planned Parenthood and the UNFPA they mobilize Misoprostol and Mifepristone around the world.
Open Society investment pays off
In the statement posted on the Open Society website, it details where its $100 million donation to feminist causes will go.
“The majority of the funding will help strengthen feminist organizations and funds around the world. Open Society is focused on growing transformative feminist political leadership through explicit investments in initiatives that support more women, transgender, and gender non-conforming people in positions of leadership in politics and governance.”
“The investments will also boost efforts to ensure that women, girls, transgender, and gender non-conforming communities can make their own decisions about issues affecting their bodies and reproductive health care,” the Open Society stated.
In other words, part of Soros’ funds will also go to promote abortion.
The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez, signed a decree for 1% of all public sector job positions to be filled by transgender people, transvestites (men dressed as women) which was approved by Congress.
The law states that: “… in the national public sector, personnel positions must be occupied by a proportion of not less than one percent of all of them by transvestites, transsexuals and transgender people who meet the conditions of suitability for the position”.
Many politicians, including the president of Argentina, and Vice President Cristina Fernandez, who was twice president of the country, maintain relationships with George Soros and who was photographed in Congress meeting with them.