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Historian Exposes Bill Gates’ Ties To NAZIs, Eugenics And More

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Ryan Craswell is a 2001 graduate of the Holland College Journalism Program in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. He has worked in print media with The Eastern Graphic newspaper in PEI along with the Truro Daily News and Amherst Daily News in Nova Scotia. Ryan has also been an editor in online sports media but more recently has worked in marketing content. He created Free North News in October 2020 and is committed to delivering honest insight and news that the corporate, mainstream media fails to cover.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Nasim GILLANI

    January 12, 2021 at 8:12 am

    Not surprised .

  2. Martyn holdgate

    January 12, 2021 at 7:28 pm

    Come on patriots, lets kick bill gates arse out of this world,

  3. dan

    February 11, 2021 at 4:14 am

    The Banker families- gates bezos zuck own most usa farmland. They bribed the fake DNC RNC to write legislation creating this newest Taxtheft.
    Carbon Credit Sale to Microsoft
    Land O’Lakes Inc., one of the biggest U.S. farm cooperatives, has found a way for its farmers to cash in on carbon dioxide trapped in soil.
    Its subsidiary Truterra LLC agreed to sell as much as 100,000 metric tons worth of carbon credits to Microsoft Corp., allowing corn, soybean, wheat and cotton farmers to fetch $20 a ton this summer. The Arden Hills, Minnesota-based company says its the first farmer-owned program of its kind.
    Growers will use so-called precision farming data to help track how much carbon their soils absorb. Data on everything from soil nutrients to weather will help farmers manage issues like fertilizer, tilling soil and planting cover crops to maximize carbon capture.
    “Farmers are smart about investing where they know they can invest,” Beth Ford, the company’s chief executive officer, said in an interview. “They are always investing in their land, and this is a new revenue source that also fits in solving other problems in the world, in this instance climate change.”
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  4. germaine

    February 14, 2021 at 5:33 pm

    Why can’t I see this? It just an image. No article and no video? Am I missing something?

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