Bill Gates Scholarship – The 2011 Gates Millennium Scholar Program
One of the most popular minority scholarships in recent years has been the Gates Millennium Scholar Program. Nicknamed the “Bill Gates Scholarship“, this program started in 1999 with a 1 Billion dollar grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The mission of the Bill Gates Scholarship is to “promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for outstanding minority students with significant financial need to reach their highest potential”.
A student may apply for the Bill Gates Scholarship (the 2011 Gates Millennium Scholar Program) under the following conditions:
Student must be (emphasis added) of African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American or Hispanic American decent.
Bill Gates Scholarship Fund
Whites need not apply. More Evidence that Bill Gates is a crypto jew.
Can you imagine a wealthy white American setting up a scholarship fund exclusively for Caucasians? (I wish one would – but we whites don’t work together like that)
Can you imagine the outcry from the jewish controlled media? From blacks like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton? From Hispanic groups like La Raza? From the ACLU? From the ADL? Of course you can.
Meanwhile, white students are being conned into getting a university degree and oftentimes by going heavily into debt, that debt that can not be discharged in bankruptcy, should they not earn an income that can service that debt. Many students will end up under this debt burden for years to come.
My guess is, this debt enslavement will end up resulting in civil unrest not unlike what we are witnessing now in the Middle Eastern and North Africa countries like Tunisia, and here; Greece and Spain and the United Kingdom, and video here.
The young people in these nations have come face to face with reality: they sacrificed their time, effort and finances to earn a university degree, but now there is no work and there won’t be any work for years to come.
How long will it be before Americans students, with the heavy burden of university debt and no work, come to the same conclusions and the same response?