Can North Dakota AG Thwart Bill Gates’ Latest Massive Farmland Acquisition?

(Tony SifertHeadline USANorth Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley has sent a letter to a Bill Gates-funded trust demanding that it account for its purchase of six parcels of land in the state, as the globalist Gates continues to snatch up farmland across America.

In the letter, AG Wrigley informs Gates’ Red River Trust that “the law places certain limitations on the ability of trusts to own farmland or ranchland,” according to Fargo KVLY-TV.

“Our office needs to confirm how your company uses this land and whether this use meets any of the statutory exceptions, such as the business purpose exception, so that we can close this case and file it in our inactive files,” Wrigley’s office wrote.

According to Agweek, Gates’ trust was involved in a $13.5 million deal for about 2,100 acres of land.

Wrigley’s letter represents the first official shot across the bow as Gates attempts to dispossess Americans of their heartland in accord with the World Economic Forum‘s “you’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy” plan.

“I’ve gotten a big earful on this from clear across the state, it’s not even from that neighborhood,” North Dakota Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring told KFYR. “Those people are upset, but there are others that are just livid about this.”

Gates reportedly owns “nearly 270,000 acres of farmland across the country,” and has suggested that his primary aims in acquiring land is to develop “cheap biofuels” as well as “more productive seeds” that would help Africa deal with the alleged consequences of “climate change.”

However, as several commentators have pointed out, Gates is also the chief proponent of switching the word to “synthetic beef.”

In a Feb. 2021 interview with the MIT Technology Review, Gates complained that methane-producing livestock like cows are key contributors to climate change.

“In terms of livestock, it’s very difficult . . . those bacteria [in their digestive system that produce methane] are a necessary part of breaking down the grass,” Gates said. “I don’t know if there’ll be some natural approach there.”

The solution, according to Gates, is for developed countries to mandate that their citizens consume only synthetic meat.

“I’m afraid the synthetic [protein alternatives like plant-based burgers] will be required for at least the beef thing,” he continued. “I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef.”