Cesar Cocarico: Bolivia’s minister of land and rural development rejects Bill Gates’ chickens donation. What an intelligent leader?
On June 10, 2016, after reading that Bill Gates has donated chicken to Africa, I wrote an article captioned ‘Bill Gates Africa Can Survive Without Your Chicken’ Ref: https://goo.gl/V0gP4L. Firstly, Mr. Gates’ donation is a disrespect to Africa and secondly, he is a man with two hearts, a clean and a dark one.
He is interested in the destruction of Africa more than helping the continent. Holland’s scientist and micro-surgeon Johan Van Dongen, the man who revealed that Aids and Ebola were medical crimes against Africa, can tell you who really is Bill Gates. Also, the government of India wouldn’t like to see the face of Bill Gates in his country. The American media is aware of his crimes in both Asia and Africa, but they support him, the reason they’ve failed to expose him.
As for Africa, they haven’t learned any lesson yet after Aids, Lassa fever, and Ebola because poverty and corruption wouldn’t allow them to know what is right or wrong and facts from fiction. They are sitting on a time bomb but they don’t know. Professor Johan Van Dongen has already warned African leaders that Ebola is not yet over.
Bill Gate’s Donation Of Thousands Of Chickens Rejected By Bolivia. I wasn’t surprised to read that a recent attempt by the US billionaire to donate 100,000 chickens to Bolivia has been rejected. The leftist government of Bolivia…has refused the donation, describing Gates’ gift as “offensive.” (This was exactly what I said. It’s a disrespect to Africa)
“He does not know Bolivia’s reality to think we are living 500 years ago, in the middle of the jungle not knowing how to produce,” said Cesar Cocarico [Bolivia’s minister of land and rural development]… “Respectfully, he should stop talking about Bolivia, and once he knows more, apologize to us.”
Gates’ “Coop Dreams” initiative partnered with Heifer International, a group which fights poverty by delivering livestock and agricultural training, to deliver 100,000 chickens around the world, mostly to sub-Saharan Africa, as a way to improve the lives of people making $2 a day.
In a blog post, Gates noted that chickens are cheap and easy to take care while selling flocks of chickens can be a profitable business, and raising chickens offers other benefits to children and families. “Our foundation is betting on chickens…” Gates writes, adding “if I were in their shoes, that’s what I would do — I would raise chickens.”