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Photoshopped: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Does NOT Read ‘Center for Global Human Population Reduction’

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Is the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s sign “Center for Global Human Population Reduction”? That is not correct. There is no such center run by Gates, and there is no evidence that such a center exists anywhere, run by anyone.

This In case you were wondering what Bill #Gates intended/intentionally intended with his artificial forms of #eugenics… This man’s heinous actions should speak much louder than these fictitious [yet true] words circled in red…”

However, a photoshopped view of their building’s exterior was posted on Facebook on April 28, 2020 (archived here). It began with:

The post includes a bogus photo of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters at 500 5th Avenue in Seattle, Washington. “Center for Global Human Population Reduction,” according to the phony sign.

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At the time of writing, the post appeared on Facebook as follows:

And here is a photo from the real entrance as shown by Google Maps:

The Center for Global Human Population Reduction does not exist. It’s just the latest in a long line of false rumors about Gates. On March 20, 2020, Lead Stories debunked a claim that Bill Gates and the Vatican were planning to use coronavirus vaccine to depopulate the world.

Because Gates is a strong proponent of vaccinations, some anti-vaxxers accuse him of wanting to kill people, whereas Gates believes vaccines will save lives. His support for vaccines stems from his belief that protecting young children from disease will stabilize birth rates, resulting in lower population growth. He claims that a lower population leads to less crowding and hunger. He is not attempting to reduce the world’s population through eugenics or mass murder, as his detractors claim.

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