Decoding the words and works of Bill Gates

Pointy Elbows

Woodpecker
Orthodox

Not to worry, fellas, our thoughtful masters have already found a solution for the impending accidental outbreak of smallpox:


Edit: We may need to open a Smallpox Vaccine thread here soon.
 
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NoMoreTO

Hummingbird
3:43 Bill gates wants to eradicate Flu as well.
7:55 How to stop future pandemics? Germ games like war games where countries practice. A more powerful vaccine is needed according to Gates. 8-10 year plans are needed.
14:00 Talks about himself being centred around an evil conspiracy

 
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Don Quixote

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
3:43 Bill gates wants to eradicate Flu as well.
7:55 How to stop future pandemics? Germ games like war games where countries practice. A more powerful vaccine is needed according to Gates. 8-10 year plans are needed.
14:00 Talks about himself being centred around an evil conspiracy

He wants to centralize and entrench the bio-tech surveillance system.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
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Viktor Zeegelaar

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
I've been through Gates' how to avoid a climate disaster. This book is interesting as it reveals the scope and magnitude of the changes we're about to face under the guise of climate change. Gates describes first the well known models, why we must go from 51 tons of carbon emission to 0 (which would mean 0 people, as people emit carbon too), he quotes the population bomb of Ehrlich of course and then he goes into measures that should be taken. I was surprised to realize how deep they're planning this transformation. He even goes as deep as things like how the toast you eat for breakfast will be made. They will change it all, from food (meat substitution, they'll control the market), transportation (electronic, easily centralized and without middle men inbetween), living and so on. And that's the core message of this book: they are going to change everything, every way of life that we know now. What I also found revealing was how he talks about what he does every day is talking whole day with global leaders, such as business or political leaders. You really see a picture emerge of a few global project managers calling their project employees (the leaders) and giving them tasks to get the global project ahead. He goes into what should be done at all levels of government, which makes me think that these books are actually written primarily for these project employees, or else the future project employees as in students who are brainwashed about the topic and the coming ''disaster'' and who are ''learning'' about the topic now. In conclusion, climate change is an unbelievable scam and with corona (which Gates' ''bitterly regrets'' that the whole world economy sunk) the two perfect guises under which to transform all area's of society. They play into fear of personal death and of the death of the planet, hence action must be ''taken now''. It truly is very well thought out, yet enormously devilish at the same time.
 
I've been through Gates' how to avoid a climate disaster. This book is interesting as it reveals the scope and magnitude of the changes we're about to face under the guise of climate change.
They keep saying petrol vehicles will be phased out in a decade time, gas boilers phased out by 2025 in the UK, while no more drilling for oil and cutting down on oil production.
It's all going to go electric...How, where and when will all that massive increase in the need for electricity be met? You'd imagine there would be immense works being undergone for some years now for this shift in energy production and supply, if the same amount of people will have access to vehicles, heating, cooling, public transportion and so on.
It doesn't add up in any shape or form. I don't see the incredible amount of vehicle charging points everywhere being installed, let alone the overhaul of the entire electrical grid, plus the 'green' energy generation sites that will replace all oil, coal and gas energy no less.
All I see in terms of public works is what they call 5G infrastructure, and the narrowing of every thouroughfare in every single town centre to create cycle lanes that barely anyone uses and wider pavements for who knows what.
So, it's either a complete sham or a lot less people will be around in 10 years.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
They keep saying petrol vehicles will be phased out in a decade time, gas boilers phased out by 2025 in the UK, while no more drilling for oil and cutting down on oil production.
It's all going to go electric...How, where and when will all that massive increase in the need for electricity be met? You'd imagine there would be immense works being undergone for some years now for this shift in energy production and supply, if the same amount of people will have access to vehicles, heating, cooling, public transportion and so on.
It doesn't add up in any shape or form. I don't see the incredible amount of vehicle charging points everywhere being installed, let alone the overhaul of the entire electrical grid, plus the 'green' energy generation sites that will replace all oil, coal and gas energy no less.
All I see in terms of public works is what they call 5G infrastructure, and the narrowing of every thouroughfare in every single town centre to create cycle lanes that barely anyone uses and wider pavements for who knows what.
So, it's either a complete sham or a lot less people will be around in 10 years.
That's an interesting point. Personally I think the 5G is for the mass data analysis/surveillance they're going to set up. Not sure how it works with electricity, I'd think that you could set that up from a central point so maybe it wouldn't be that much visible in the environment. I believe that's why they want electricity too: they can control it from a central point and shut it off when they want.
 

Padouk

Kingfisher
They keep saying petrol vehicles will be phased out in a decade time, gas boilers phased out by 2025 in the UK, while no more drilling for oil and cutting down on oil production.
It's all going to go electric...How, where and when will all that massive increase in the need for electricity be met? You'd imagine there would be immense works being undergone for some years now for this shift in energy production and supply, if the same amount of people will have access to vehicles, heating, cooling, public transportion and so on.
It doesn't add up in any shape or form. I don't see the incredible amount of vehicle charging points everywhere being installed, let alone the overhaul of the entire electrical grid, plus the 'green' energy generation sites that will replace all oil, coal and gas energy no less.
All I see in terms of public works is what they call 5G infrastructure, and the narrowing of every thouroughfare in every single town centre to create cycle lanes that barely anyone uses and wider pavements for who knows what.
So, it's either a complete sham or a lot less people will be around in 10 years.

That could be the only way the so called carbon neutral economy could work - with a lot less people and lot more technology.
Coming to think of it, it is exactly the agenda they are pushing.
 
That's an interesting point. Personally I think the 5G is for the mass data analysis/surveillance they're going to set up. Not sure how it works with electricity, I'd think that you could set that up from a central point so maybe it wouldn't be that much visible in the environment. I believe that's why they want electricity too: they can control it from a central point and shut it off when they want.
The IT systems don't need anywhere near the amount of for example energy the vehicle fleet needs, just to name one thing. It's pretty low in consumption. If I tell you what my thinking is on this, there is no way the amount of energy needed to power all our needs will be met. The electrical production and grid will never be anywhere near enough. I think they plan that population is going to go down quite e bit, impossible to tell by how much though. But even with that we will all live with a lot less access to energy, that's what 5G is for, to track all energy that people use, and from that apply rewards and punishments, just like the cov pass and vaxxes, that's what the passes are all about.
What's probably in the vaxxes is a big topic for another thread.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
The IT systems don't need anywhere near the amount of for example energy the vehicle fleet needs, just to name one thing. It's pretty low in consumption. If I tell you what my thinking is on this, there is no way the amount of energy needed to power all our needs will be met. The electrical production and grid will never be anywhere near enough. I think they plan that population is going to go down quite e bit, impossible to tell by how much though. But even with that we will all live with a lot less access to energy, that's what 5G is for, to track all energy that people use, and from that apply rewards and punishments, just like the cov pass and vaxxes, that's what the passes are all about.
What's probably in the vaxxes is a big topic for another thread.
I'm quite green on the topic, but can't electricity be quite easily generated en masse and centralized through power plants? You could just set them up right? About what we'd need for our needs to be met, I get a more and more vivid picture now that we're going down economically and that the plan is to ''redistribute'' the money from ''the rich'' (not them, but those who earn 100k) to the ''poor'' which in combination with all the unemployment will mean in reality that everyone will be poor. So altogether, the economy is going down, deindustrialization will be increased and under the cloak of climate change consumption will be way lessened (for us, not for them). So we'd need much less energy for our lifestyle altogether and as you say it is very unlikely we'll hit 2030 or 2050 with 8 billion people.
 
I'm quite green on the topic, but can't electricity be quite easily generated en masse and centralized through power plants? You could just set them up right? About what we'd need for our needs to be met, I get a more and more vivid picture now that we're going down economically and that the plan is to ''redistribute'' the money from ''the rich'' (not them, but those who earn 100k) to the ''poor'' which in combination with all the unemployment will mean in reality that everyone will be poor. So altogether, the economy is going down, deindustrialization will be increased and under the cloak of climate change consumption will be way lessened (for us, not for them). So we'd need much less energy for our lifestyle altogether and as you say it is very unlikely we'll hit 2030 or 2050 with 8 billion people.
Yes, electricity is largely generated at power plants and the distributed. But the question is how do you power a power plant?
So, it varies in different countries but there are a few sources of energy; nuclear, hydro, wind, solar, petrol and coal. In China and India for instance they rely mostly on coal, in the UK it's mixture of local and imported nuclear, coal and a very small faction from wind (solar is a non started in the UK or any other northern country).
Off the top of my head from last time I checked recently the 'green' sources of electriticy in the UK (largely wind turbines) amounts to just over 5% of the consumption. So we still depend on coal and oil (petrol is used to power the coal plants and to transport wind electricy, nuclear, etc.) to generate energy. So as you can see we can't just do away with oil and coal, especially if we're getting rid of natural gas which will exponencially will increase the need for electrical.
So while we are bedazzled by the covid theatre, vax hysteria and Christmas covid panto farce, the green plans get the go ahead. So, either those injections are going to bring some mass die out, or we the majority will be living in abject poverty, or it's all a big hoax to bamboozle everyone and keep the big casino going indefinitely.
What do I think? To me the vax project is too big to be just a hoax and a distraction, but we won't know the scale of the damage if any before a few years have passed, and by then with the speed things move now, it might be buried and erased from public consciousness entirely.
 

typtre

Woodpecker
Maybe it has already been mentioned, but while reading up on Louis Pasteur for the "Viruses don't exist"-thread I stumbled on a site,
https://www.notablebiographies.com/Ni-Pe/Pasteur-Louis.html. Nothing particularly out of the ordinary, just offical story and all, but it has a photo of Pasteur with the line:

Reproduced by permission of the Corbis Corporation

What is heck Corbis Corporation and why do they have the rights to age old photographs, or to put it differently, why do they have the rights to history?

Turns out the company is funded by Gates, and it started out as Interactive Home Systems.

The range of the company's visual content attempts to encompass the breadth of civilization, containing everything from reproductions of cave drawings to contemporary celebrity photographs.

Corbis's content collection promised to grow further, as the company pressed forward with its goal of creating a one-stop source for all image needs.

They own the rights to millions upon millions of historic photographs.

Also worrysome is the competition, which is aligned...
Principal Competitors: (((Getty Images))), Inc.; (((The Associated Press))); Dorling Kindersley plc [no clue what this is].; (((Time Warner Inc.)))

This is the stuff of 1984, "Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past".
 

Padouk

Kingfisher
Maybe it has already been mentioned, but while reading up on Louis Pasteur for the "Viruses don't exist"-thread I stumbled on a site,
https://www.notablebiographies.com/Ni-Pe/Pasteur-Louis.html. Nothing particularly out of the ordinary, just offical story and all, but it has a photo of Pasteur with the line:



What is heck Corbis Corporation and why do they have the rights to age old photographs, or to put it differently, why do they have the rights to history?

Turns out the company is funded by Gates, and it started out as Interactive Home Systems.





They own the rights to millions upon millions of historic photographs.

Also worrysome is the competition, which is aligned...


This is the stuff of 1984, "Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past".

Pretty much everything today, if you dig deep enough, it's always the usual suspects.
 
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