Acclaimed investigative journalist and Director of Research at the Government Accountability Institute Seamus Bruner guested on TBN’s Centerpoint to discuss his new book ‘Controligarchs,’ out now. Bruner shares his two years of investigative knowledge on Bill Gates’ takeover of the food industry.
“The characters who I call the ‘Controligarchs’ have really cornered the industries that dominate every aspect of our life…it’s a thing that Microsoft got in trouble for in the 90s,” Bruner says.
“I discovered this strategy in the Microsoft anti-trust trial from the 90s…they had this tactic called ’embrace, extend, extinguish,” Bruner says. “Microsoft would enter a sector and ’embrace’ the standards, let’s say the browser industry, then ‘extend’ their reach and then eventually they would ‘extinguish’ the competition.”
“That’s what Bill Gates is doing with the agriculture industry.”
Watch the clip above.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Imagine a world in which you own nothing and rent everything. Most of the protein in your diet comes from bugs, while lab-grown meats are a rare, expensive delicacy. You are not allowed to have more than one child, and your financial and medical data are instantly transferred to a centralized government database via a subdermal microchip.
Controligarchs warns that this will be our existence if the supranational elites of the World Economic Forum get their way. Bruner, the Director of Research at the Government Accountability Institute led by famed investigator Peter Schweizer, presents a mountain of original research and reveals shocking new evidence that shows their sinister agenda will soon become reality.