Possible Evidence Watchtower Sold Out The Sheep

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Hi everyone, I’ve been watching for real evidence that the GB actually received money for pushing the vaccines and I think I’ve found it. Check out these links.



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Open the links to the grant makers and this is what you find. Notice the last line of each paragraph. Then look at when and where these organizations received money. Number one rule: follow the money! May not be the smoking gun, but it is closing in.

The American Online Giving Foundation is a US public charity that was created to encourage and promote online giving by providing donors with an efficient and convenient means to donate electronically and from which to recommend grants to their favorite charities.

National Philanthropic Trust awarded approximately 104,000 grants totaling approximately $5.55 billion to charitable organizations and programs in tax year 2021. The organization served more than 14,000 individual donors in 2021 (see schedule o).since inception in 1996, npt has made more than $23 billion in grants to qualified charities in 89 countries. In 2021, npt marked its 25th anniversary, and substantially enhanced offerings and services to donors and advisors. These improvements included new impact investments, which gave donors the ability to align their investments with their grantmaking goals, and improved grant processes, enabling grants to reach recipient charities more quickly.

Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund (Fidelity Charitable) is the largest public charity in the United States, holding over $30 billion in assets under management as of 2019. Fidelity Charitable was the first commercial provider of donor-advised fund (DAFs), managing charitable accounts through which donors can distribute gifts over time to charities of their choice while receiving immediate tax benefits. As of 2020, Fidelity Charitable manages fund accounts for nearly 250,000 donors.
In spring 2019, former multi-million-dollar donors Emily and Malcolm Fairbairn filed a lawsuit against Fidelity Charitable for negligence and breach of contract, arguing that Fidelity Charitable misrepresented the nature of their DAF account. The lawsuit has yet to go to trial, but it has since sparked debate over DAFs, including the introduction of a bill to regulate DAFs in the California Assembly.
Between 2019 and 2020, Fidelity Charitable became a primary target of a smear campaign by left-wing news organization Sludge, with left-wing journalist Alex Kotch accusing Fidelity Charitable of funneling money to “hate groups” as determined by the controversial, left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The criticisms have persisted, though Fidelity Charitable representatives have gone on the record to emphasize that the Fund does not exercise control over its grantmaking procedures, but rather allows donors to decide which charities will receive grants from their individual fund accounts.
 

SusanB

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Do any of you know this man, Clarence Sisk (see his website below)? He is obviously someone who respects Robert King.


 

SusanB

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Open the links to the grant makers and this is what you find. Notice the last line of each paragraph. Then look at when and where these organizations received money. Number one rule: follow the money! May not be the smoking gun, but it is closing in.

The American Online Giving Foundation is a US public charity that was created to encourage and promote online giving by providing donors with an efficient and convenient means to donate electronically and from which to recommend grants to their favorite charities.

National Philanthropic Trust awarded approximately 104,000 grants totaling approximately $5.55 billion to charitable organizations and programs in tax year 2021. The organization served more than 14,000 individual donors in 2021 (see schedule o).since inception in 1996, npt has made more than $23 billion in grants to qualified charities in 89 countries. In 2021, npt marked its 25th anniversary, and substantially enhanced offerings and services to donors and advisors. These improvements included new impact investments, which gave donors the ability to align their investments with their grantmaking goals, and improved grant processes, enabling grants to reach recipient charities more quickly.

Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund (Fidelity Charitable) is the largest public charity in the United States, holding over $30 billion in assets under management as of 2019. Fidelity Charitable was the first commercial provider of donor-advised fund (DAFs), managing charitable accounts through which donors can distribute gifts over time to charities of their choice while receiving immediate tax benefits. As of 2020, Fidelity Charitable manages fund accounts for nearly 250,000 donors.
In spring 2019, former multi-million-dollar donors Emily and Malcolm Fairbairn filed a lawsuit against Fidelity Charitable for negligence and breach of contract, arguing that Fidelity Charitable misrepresented the nature of their DAF account. The lawsuit has yet to go to trial, but it has since sparked debate over DAFs, including the introduction of a bill to regulate DAFs in the California Assembly.
Between 2019 and 2020, Fidelity Charitable became a primary target of a smear campaign by left-wing news organization Sludge, with left-wing journalist Alex Kotch accusing Fidelity Charitable of funneling money to “hate groups” as determined by the controversial, left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The criticisms have persisted, though Fidelity Charitable representatives have gone on the record to emphasize that the Fund does not exercise control over its grantmaking procedures, but rather allows donors to decide which charities will receive grants from their individual fund accounts.
A great way to hide who the donor might be, such as Big Pharma.
 

Brother potato

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Do any of you know this man, Clarence Sisk (see his website below)? He is obviously someone who respects Robert King.


I'm fb friends with him. Sadly he just lost his son. He is a truther and ex jw. I've read a lot of his writings and yes he thinks Robert King is the real deal.
 

kirmmy

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Hi everyone, I’ve been watching for real evidence that the GB actually received money for pushing the vaccines and I’ve been alerted to it by a poster on X. Check out these links.



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Direct link to the site.
Check out this 7 minutes Youtube video:

Love the background music. :)

Why won't anyone gift me 1.4 million? :(

BTW, I found this interesting:

Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York is a religious organization or church in Wallkill, NY that was founded in 1992.

1992?! Maybe this is the date everything started to go so horribly wrong?
 

SusanB

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Shiloh

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Direct link to the site.

Love the background music. :)

Why won't anyone gift me 1.4 million? :(

BTW, I found this interesting:

Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York is a religious organization or church in Wallkill, NY that was founded in 1992.

1992?! Maybe this is the date everything started to go so horribly wrong?
Isn't that about the same time Fred Franz died? Also the same time WT became an NGO to the UN.
 

SusanB

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I laughed out loud at 3:36, talking about how the arrangement for people to will their estates to the WT helps to plan for future expenditures, then the next frame is huge settlements for tens of millions of dollars ordered by law courts.
The video creator did a good job. I just wish she would type out a bit more explanation because I didn’t understand all of the points.
 

SusanB

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I should have included a better explanation of my initial post and I want to correct that now. First the actual company that is reporting that the Watchtower has received ”grants” is “Cause IQ”. Here is their explanation of what their company does and a link to the company website.

”About us
Cause IQ provides web-based information and tools to help accounting firms, nonprofits, technology companies, consulting firms, financial services firms, fundraising companies, and other providers grow their nonprofit client base, research organizations, and find funding. Our customers choose Cause IQ over the competition because we have better data, purpose-built tools, and integrations.”


So, they are the ones who have issued one page on the top 3 donations to the Watchtower non-profit corp for 2022. There are 12 more grants that they received in that year but to see them you have to pay a subscription of at least $200 per mo.
 

SusanB

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The second point that I see is that each of the ”grant makers” are also non-profits and one of their main objectives is related to “healthcare”. Here is what Cause IQ states about Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund:

”The Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund is a public charity that supports a broad range of charitable causes, including health and human services, children and families, social welfare, education, scientific research, culture and the arts, religion, and civic organizations. The Gift Fund is located in Boston, MA.”

So the actual person or entity making the donation can deposit any amount with Fidelity, stay anonymous to the public and they get a tax deduction even though the actual grant may not be immediately distributed. So, perhaps the initial grant was just a down payment with further investment values being held by Fidelity, which is what they do, they manage the assets and grow them while making often small donations.

So, who is really behind Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund or who are its main donors?

Once again, we can only see the top 3 without paying a subscription but they are 1) Silicon Valley Community Foundation, 2) National Philanthropic Trust **(Remember this name), 3) Schwab Charitable Fund. Kind of looks like they don’t want people to know the real donors! They are swapping donations in among themselves. National Philanthropic Trust also gave a grant to the Watchtower and they are also one of the main funders of Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund. Could they be different names for the same people? Just like with the major good producers are really all owned by a handful of mega corporations.

So, what can we see about Silicon Valley Community Foundation? Could it be Bill Gates?

Here is a blurb on SVCF:

Program areas at SVCF

Community Action Grants Program SVCF's Community Action Grants program funds local organizations led by people of color and allied organizations. In 2022, Community Action Grants totaling more than $3.2 million were awarded to 120 organizations across seven different issue areas: arts and culture, faith, neighborhoods, local journalism, civic participation, the environment, and health. Investing in Movement- and Power-Building SVCF is working to address structural inequalities and power dynamics in the community through grant funds supporting nonprofits serving people of color, people with low income, and immigrants, among others. Our programs include the California Black Freedom Fund and the LatinXCEL Fund. These funds were created to address unequal access to power and funding by intentionally providing unrestricted funds to nonprofit organizations that organize and serve people of color, build coalitions and advocate for public-policy changes. Encouraging General Operating Support for Nonprofits To help provide nonprofit organizations with the support they need to implement solutions to their communities' challenges as they deem most effective, SVCF encourages its donors to recommend grants that are for general operating support rather than for specific programs or outcomes. In 2022, SVCF distributed more than $369 million in general nonprofit operating support grants.”


So, the Watchtower is getting funds that appear to be made to people who will advocate for public-policy changes. Sounds very UN like. Also, ”health” centric and located in Mountain View, a city in Silicon Valley. It gets worse but I don’t want to post something too long. I can pretty much guarantee you this is Bill Gates and the globalists but track it down for yourself.
 
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SusanB

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I nearly forgot to mention the main funders of Silicon Valley Community Foundation. No surprise that it’s 1) National Philanthropic Trust, 2) Goldman Sachs Philanthropic Fund and 3) Fidelity Investments Charitable Fund (completing the circle of giving). Getting dizzy yet? Very incestuous. Almost sounds like a Ponzi scheme.
 
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