Bill Gates’s Relationship with Jeffrey Epstein Revolved Around a Global Health Investment Fund

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Earlier this month, it was revealed that JPMorgan Chase, a powerful business partner of Bill Gates, had reached a $365 million settlement with Jeffrey Epstein’s victims and the U.S. Virgin Islands which a federal judge approved on November 9th.

In this photograph obtained by the New York Times of a gathering at Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in 2011, James E. Staley, a senior JPMorgan executive at the time, former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, Jeffrey Epstein, Microsoft Co-founder Bill Gates, and Boris Nikolic, science adviser for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation can be seen from left to right.

In an effort to capitalize on emerging health technologies such as vaccines and other related investments, Gates and JPMorgan established the Global Health Investment Fund (GHIF) around 2011.

Staley was responsible for managing Epstein’s relationship with the bank due to his ability to bring considerable business opportunities; Epstein also acted as an advisor to billionaires such as Leslie Wexner of Victoria’s Secret and Leon Black of Wall Street.

Both Wexner and Black have denied any involvement in Epstein’s criminal activities.

James “Jes” Staley was interviewed on Bloomberg Television during the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, on January 25th, 2018. During this time, the Global Health Investment Fund (GHIF) was formed with the support of key investors such as The Pfizer Foundation, Merck, GlaxoSmithKline and entities funded by the governments of Sweden, Canada and Germany.

Furthermore, private support from qualified individuals and family offices were allocated to give investors a chance to finance life-saving global health technologies in low-income countries.

Gates and Epstein discussed ways to fund scientific breakthroughs in an effort to tackle global health issues.

This conversation also touched upon genetic tinkering projects such as Epstein’s idea of “seeding the human race” with his own DNA by impregnating women – a concern that stemmed from overpopulation.

It is reported that Gates flew on Epstein’s Gulfstream plane from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to Palm Beach Florida in March 2013 according to flight manifest records.

Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein is seen in this photo taken in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Sept. 8, 2004. (Rick Friedman/Rick Friedman Photography/Corbis via Getty Images)

Bill and Melinda Gates have long been committed to improving the health of people in the developing world. In a 2010 TED Talk, Bill Gates succinctly outlined his rationale for funding vaccines and birth control to curtail population growth worldwide. “The world today has 6.8 billion people.

That’s headed up to about 9 billion,” he said. “Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”

His remarks demonstrate his commitment to saving lives through disease prevention and improved healthcare rather than viewing these efforts as merely increasing the risk of overpopulation.

Bill Gates (left) and his wife Melinda hold a press conference in New York on December 2, 1998, to announce a $100 million gift to establish the Bill and Melinda Gates Children’s Vaccine Program. (TIMOTHY A. CLARY/Getty Images)

Bill Gates speaks to world leaders about global vaccine immunization push at a conference in London on June 13, 2016. (Paul Hackett/In Pictures via Getty Images Images)

Bill Gates holds up a vaccine during a press conference at the World Health Organization (WHO) assembly to make a push for vaccine programs on May 17, 2011, in Geneva, Switzerland. (FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP via Getty Images)

Melinda Gates and Bill Gates speak about the COVID-19 pandemic during the “One World: Together At Home” broadcast by Global Citizen on April, 18, 2020, to support the World Health Organization (WHO). (Getty Images)

Melinda Gates has noted that while saving lives to reduce population may appear counterintuitive, this is not how she perceives the issue. In a 2018 interview, she stated: “When more children live past the age of five, population sizes don’t go up, they go down.”

To make this formula successful, Bill and Melinda Gates and their foundation direct billions of dollars into population control efforts such as providing contraceptives, pills, and abortions – which Melinda describes as allowing mothers to “decide if and when to have children”.

Subsequently, JPMorgan partnered with the Gates Foundation on a global health fund. Furthermore, Epstein proposed a second partnership involving a vast fund that would be funded by the Gates Foundation’s money and focus on various health projects worldwide.

Following Epstein’s arrest and subsequent charge of sex trafficking minors in July 2019, any future plans involving him were scrapped.

Consequently, his associates distanced themselves from him; Melinda Gates notably divorced Bill in 2021 due to his relationship with Epstein, an allegation which the latter has denied any involvement in his crimes.

In August 2019, Epstein died by suicide while incarcerated under mysterious circumstances.

Despite this exposure of the Gates-JPMorgan-Epstein connections, the Global Health Investment Fund continued its work.

It had invested in mRNA technologies preceding the COVID-19 pandemic – four of which – Atomo Diagnostics, AccessBio, GeneDrive and Univercells – actively worked to combat the virus through efficient diagnostics for identifying and tracking cases and innovative vaccine development and manufacturing technologies.

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