The title of the single largest private farmland owner in the United States goes to billionaire Bill Gates.
Having hyper-globalist beliefs and seemingly obsessed with population control makes Gates a concerning figure. He has his hands on a whopping 242,000 acres across the country and his plans for it are unknown but many have guessed.
Bill Gates believes in depopulation.
Bill Gates is the biggest farm owner in the US.
Get it now?
— W a r M e d i c (@FoxholeMedicine) January 16, 2021
The billionaire’s latest land venture takes place in Pembina County, North Dakota, where he bought six parcels of land. This got the attention of North Dakota’s Attorney General Drew Wrigley and he sent a letter to Gate’s trust. Wrigley is demanding the billionaire state his intentions with the land.
The laws in the state make restrictions on the ownership of farmland when owned by corporations or limited liabilities. Furthermore, there are more rules regarding trusts that Gates used to buy the land.
The repercussions Gates can receive include a $100,000 fine if he does not prove he is using the land per North Dakota’s law. He also has the option of divesting the land within a year.
Bill Gates acquired six parcels of land in Pembina County. Tuesday, the office of the Attorney General sent out a letter asking the Red River Trust to confirm how the company plans to use the land and if it meets any of the exceptions to the North Dakota Corporate Farming Laws. pic.twitter.com/MGGFKV16mm
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Many conservatives are wary about the billionaire’s massive land acquisition due to his dark motives and rhetoric over the years. In one instance, Gates is pressuring the United States and other nations to stop eating meat and adopt a synthetic laboratory-made alternative.
Ranchers, farmers and cattlemen are in danger of destroying their livelihoods, and the American people are at risk of being too reliant on government-run food agendas. Gates could easily kick ranchers off farmland and their livestock would not be able to graze.
Self-sufficiency is not a strong suit in modern American culture and that can possibly be determinantal in the near future and inflation, shortages and gas prices rock food prices.
People across the state are complaining about this acquisition and are making their thoughts heard.
“I’ve gotten a big earful on this from clear across the state; it’s not even from that neighborhood,” Agricultural Commissioner Doug Goehring said. “Those people are upset, but there are others that are just livid about this.”
As Gates gets his hands on even more power, it stands to reason that the American people have yet to see what the powerful elite will do next in terms of his deep-seated societal control.