40 billionaires pledge to give away half of wealth
A little over a year after Bill Gates and Warren Buffett began hatching a plan over dinner to persuade America's wealthiest people to give most of their fortunes to charity, more than three-dozen individuals and families have agreed to take part, campaign organizers announced Wednesday.
In addition to Buffett and Gates â America's two wealthiest individuals, with a combined net worth of $90 billion, according to Forbes â 38 other billionaires have signed The Giving Pledge. They include New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, entertainment executive Barry Diller, Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens, media mogul Ted Turner, David Rockefeller, film director George Lucas and investor Ronald Perelman....
Evil ....The Lord Said You will know them by their fruits and their putrid fruits have spoken. Now their eugenics and depopulation programs can and will be implemented. They have rejected the Gospel and have chosen death. They have chosen to believe LIES in their quest to be their own god. How dare me call, "evil".....evil. No fun being at the "no mercy" of the wicked. REPENT REPROBATES REPENT because your love of money will be useless in the end and your unlove of humanity will follow you to fire.
And yes, here it is again. Gates, who says that our breathe is toxic, and that we must bring it down to zero and the way is through popuation reduction through vaccines and other reproductive services, spends his fortune on vaccines overseas. Then he says he will help the rich emass their wealth into his great coffers of generosity.