It’s strange that the main person pushing for the vaccine and contact tracing is also one of the hugest supporters of population reduction and genetic manipulation.
Even stranger, are the people that will refuse to believe that Bill Gates has said anything of the sort, or been involved in anything of the sort, and will maintain to this day that he is just trying to help “save the world”.
So I am not going to inundate anyone with fancy words of my own. I will just point you to words and actions of Bill Gates himself and those of his institutions and partners, and let him do the talking for me.
As you’re watching the video, which helps to paint a broader picture of Mr. Bill Gates other than just reading his words, keep in mind the term “duper’s delight”, and see if this might apply to anything we’re being told.
Duping delight is a particular micro expression a person will display that betrays a sense of enjoyment they are getting out of controlling and deceiving another person. It is a very important expression to watch out for in catching dishonesty in a person. In fact it is a form of body language pretty much exclusively reserved for pathological character types such as psychopaths.
The phrase was coined by the psychologist and body language expert Dr Paul Ekman and was defined by him as “the pleasure we get over having someone else in our control and being able to manipulate them”.
Duping delight most often manifests as a grin or a smirk which will flash across a person’s face, and is usually completely inappropriate to the situation or the topic that is being spoken about. The psychopath is either about to lie, or is lying to someone and they are believing it, and the smirk is a leaked expression of pleasure that they are getting away with it. – psychopathsinlife.com
Original videos can be found at the following links: (unless they get deleted due to youtube’s always-changing definition of their “policies”. Please let me know if this happens and I will try and fix it.)
1. 00:00 – 00:32 | Bill and Melinda Gates assure you of a second wave that will “get your attention” | Exigent News |
2. 00:33 – 01:52 | Bill Gates: We Could See Early Results From Coronavirus Vaccine Trials This Summer | The Late Show with Stephen Colbert |
3. 01:53 – 05:15 | Bill Gates on Fighting Coronavirus | The Daily Social Distancing Show | The Daily Show with Trevor Noah |
4. 05:15 – 05:37 | Bill, Melinda Gates advocate GMOs to a Brussels audience | EURACTIV |
5. 05:37 – 06:29 | “These vaccines are unlikely to “completely sterilize” a population. Professor Sir John Bell, SAGE! | Steve Willis | (John Bell – leads the development of Oxford’s health research strategies and chairs the Gates Foundation’s scientific advisory committee)
6. 06:29 – 08:17 | Innovating to zero! | Bill Gates | TED |
7. 08:17 – 09:13 | Bill Gates on Overpopulation and Global Poverty | The Borgen Project |
8. 09:13 – 09:47 | Year Of The Vaccine (Bill Gates) | POPS Maroon |
9. 09:47 – 12:50 | Gene editing can now change an entire species — forever | Jennifer Kahn | TED |
10. 12:51 – 16:29 | Bill Gates: How Gene Editing, AI Can Benefit World’s Poorest | wwwAAASorg |
11. 16:29 – 16:58 | How to spot a liar | Pamela Meyer | TED |
12. 16:59 – 17:26 | Bill Gates on US reopening: We didn’t get away with it like we thought | CNN |
Transcripts of the video segments 1-10 can be found below:
1. Is this a threat? A promise?
“In fact, the testing could’ve been ramped up, uh, very quickly. And a few countries that have almost avoided the epidemic entirely, like, Taiwan, New Zealand, Australia, you know, they took their experience and actually prepared and so they moved a lot faster. Uh, so we, you know, will have to prepare for the next one. That, you know, I’d say, is, uh… will get attention this time.” – Bill Gates
Stephen Colbert: “You tried to warn us about this pandemic, um, and we didn’t listen. What’s the next thing you’re warning us about that’s gonna happen 5 years from now that we’re not listening to at the present.”
Bill Gates: “Well, I didn’t want to be right. What I wanted to do is, uh-“
SC: “I understand. I’m not saying you won. Everybody loses. Nobody wins with this. And I’m not saying that you’re, that you’re, this is not an endzone dance.”
SC: “I’m just saying, what else are we not listening to that we need to take action on now.”
BG: “Well, the, the idea being a bioterrorist attack is kind of the nightmare scenario because they’re a pathogen with a high death rate would be – now the good news is, I’m not trying to depress you, it’s tough enough right now-“
SC: “Too late! Too late.”
BG: “That most of the work we’re going to do to be ready for pandemic 2, I, I call this pandemic 1, most of what we’ll do to be ready for that are also the things we need to do, uh, to minimize the threat of, of bioterrorism.“
SC: “Well, um, Mr. Gates, thank you so much for being here. Thanks so much for the efforts you and your organization are doing to try and find the cure for this. And uh… we’ll see you again. Stay safe.“
BG: “All right. Great talk.“
SC: “Give our best to everybody else in the bunker.“
BG: “Thank you.” (laughs)
3. Vaccinating the whole world
“But the ultimate solution, the only thing that really lets us go back completely to normal, and feel good about sitting in stadiums with lots of other people, is to create a vaccine and not just take care of our country, but take that vaccine out to the global population and, um, so we have vast immunity, and this thing no matter what, isn’t going to spread in large numbers.” – Bill Gates
“Again sadly, the richer countries that do contain the epidemic will not allow people from those countries (poorer countries) to come in, you know, unless they are quarantined or tested or-or proved they’re immune. Uh, and so this is gonna stop people going across borders very dramatically these next few years till we get to that full vaccination.
Within the United States is different because we’re not gonna partition the country. Uh, and so therefore we are all in it together. We can’t do what we’re gonna do with foreign nationals, which is reduce the numbers a lot and have very strict screening there. We’re not gonna have at every state border, you know, some complex quarantine center.
Uh, and- so the whole country needs- even when you have small numbers, because those can exponentiate to big numbers so quickly. You know, the doubling time is like three days when you’re still behaving uh, in the pre-epidemic way.
Uh, so you know, each country, uh, you know, has to get the entire populace, even some who- who, uh, initially resisted, maybe for very good reasons, because the economic effect on them, uh, is- is strong.”
So this is powerful medicine. But if you take a big dose of it earlier, you, you don’t have to take it for nearly as long.” – Bill Gates
Bill Gates: “We’ll have a lot of unusual measures until we get the world vaccinated. You know, 7 billion people- that’s a tall order. But it is, it is where we need to get to uh… uh despite a lot of things in between now and then- to minimize the damage.”
Trevor Noah: “You predicted this pandemic almost to a T, and maybe it was because we were dealing with other things at the time we didn’t really pay that much attention. Is there anything else you want to warn us about now that we should-
TN: “that we should be looking forward to. Is there anything else that keeps you up at night?“
BG: “Well, this is a naturally caused epidemic. And as bad as it is, it looks- if you have reasonable treatment, to have a one percent fatality. There could be epidemics that are worse than that, including, uh, ones that aren’t naturally caused that are a form of bioterrorism. But I do- one thing that I feel good about it, this is such a big, uh, change to the world, that this time it won’t be like ebola, which was just there in West Africa or Central Africa. This time, the 10’s of billions to have the diagnostic standing by, the vaccine manufacturing standing by- this time we will, uh, get ready for the next epidemic.”
4. Gleefully injecting GMO’s in little kid’s arms…
“You know, is there something to worry about with medicines that is might, some of them have side effects- do we need safety testing? I mean, and we’re taking things that are, you know, genetically modified organisms and we’re injecting them in little kid’s arms- we just shoot ’em right into the vein.
So, yeah… I think maybe we should have a safety system where we, you know, do trials and test things out.” – Bill Gates
5. Sterilizing the Population
John Bell: “And don’t forget, there, these vaccines are unlikely to completely sterilize a population. They’re very likely to have an effect which works in a percentage, say, 60 or 70 percent. We’ll have to look quite carefully, and the regulators will have to look quite carefully to make sure that it’s done what we need it to do before it gets approved. So there will be a delay between the outcome of the trial and the decision whether it can be approved as a vaccine. Uh, and of course anything that happens-“
Jon Snow: “Professor Sir John Bell…“
John Bell: “Yeah?“
Jon Snow: (pauses) “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to cut you right off like that-“
John Bell: “Can I just say that anything that happens to undermine the legitimacy of the regulators to make independent decisions is, in my view, profoundly unhelpful.“
Jon Snow: (long pause) “Professor Sir John Bell, thank you very much indeed for joining us.”
6. Innovating to Zero
“And the answer is, until we get near to zero, the temperature will continue to rise. And so that’s a big challenge. It’s very different than saying, “We’re a twelve-foot high truck trying to get under a ten-foot bridge, and we can just sort of squeeze under.” This is something that has to get to zero.
Now, we put out a lot of carbon dioxide every year- over 26 billion tons. For each American, it’s about 20 tons. For people in poor countries, it’s less than one ton. It’s an average of about 5 tons for everyone on the planet. And somehow we have to make changes that will bring that down to zero.
It’s been constantly going up. It’s only various economic changes that have even flattened it at all, so we have to go from rapidly rising to falling, and falling all the way to zero.
This equation has four factors, a little bit of multiplication. So you’ve got a thing on the left, CO2, that you want to get to zero, and that’s going to be based on the number of people, the services each person is using on average, the energy on average, for each service, and the CO2 being put out per unit of energy.
So let’s look at each one of these, and see how we can get this down to zero. Probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty near to zero. That’s back from high school algebra. But let’s take a look.
First we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion.
Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent.” – Bill Gates
7. What is “health care” and “reproductive health”?
“When our foundation first started up, it was focused on reproductive health. That was the main thing we did because I thought, you know, population growth in poor countries is the biggest problem they face. You’ve got to help mothers who want to limit family size have the tools and education to do that. Now that’s the only thing that really counts.
Well, then, I came across articles that showed that the key thing you can do to reduce population growth is actually improve health. And that sounds paradoxical. You think, ok, better health means more kids, not less kids.
Well in fact, what parents are doing is they’re trying to have two kids survive to adulthood to take care of them. And so the more disease-burden there is, the more kids they have to have, have that high probability. So there’s a perfect correlation that as you improve health, within half a generation, the population growth rate goes down.” – Bill Gates
“All three components that Gates mentioned can involve direct forms of population control. “Reproductive health” is a euphemism for contraception and abortion. By now “health care” includes an increasingly wide scope for euthanasia, including in Canada. Contraceptive (or more literally, abortive) vaccines also exist, meaning that the use of vaccinations for more direct population control is at least a possibility.”
– Gates, WHO, and Abortion Vaccines (fcpp.org)
8. Year of the Vaccines – 2021 (interview was with Sanjay Gupta on 2011)
Sanjay Gupta: “10 billion dollars over the next ten years to make it the year of the vaccines… what, what does that mean exactly?“
Bill Gates: “Well, over this decade, uh, we believe unbelievable progress can be made both inventing new vaccines and making sure they get out to all the children who need them. Uh, we can cut the number of children who die every year from about 9 million to half of that uh, if we have success on it. The benefits are in terms or reducing sickness, reducing the population growth, it really allows us society, a chance to take care of itself, uh, once you’ve made the intervention.“
9. Dangers of gene-editing
“They engineered two mosquitos to carry the anti-malaria gene and also this new tool, a gene drive, which I’ll explain in a minute. Finally, they set it up so that any mosquitos that had inherited the anti-malaria gene wouldn’t have the usual white eyes, but would instead have red eyes. That was pretty much just for convenience, so they could tell at a glance which was which.
So they took their two anti-malarial, red-eyed mosquitos and put them in a box with 30 ordinary white-eyed ones, and let them breed.
In 2 generations, those had produced 3,800 grandchildren.
That is not the surprising part.
This is the surprising part: given that you started with just 2 red-eyed mosquitos and 30 white-eyed ones, you’d expect mostly white-eyed descendants. Instead, when James opened the box, all 3,800 mosquitos had red-eyes.
When I asked Ethan Bier about this moment, he became so excited that he was literally shouting into the phone. That’s because getting only red-eyed mosquitos violates a rule that is the absolute cornerstone of biology, Mendelian genetics.
I’ll keep this quick but Mendelian genetics says when a male and a female mate, their baby inherits half of its DNA from each parent. So if our original mosquitos was “aa” and our new mosquito is “aB”, where “B” is the anti-malarial gene, the babies should come out in 4 permutations: “aa”, “aB”, “aa”, “Ba”. Instead, with the new gene drive, they all came out “aB”. Biologically, that shouldn’t even be possible.
So what happened?
The first thing that happened was the arrival of a gene-editing tool known as CRISPR in 2012. Many of you have probably heard about CRISPR so I’ll just say briefly that CRISPR is a tool that allows researchers to edit genes very precisely, and easily and quickly.
It does this by harnessing a mechanism that already existed in bacteria. Basically there’s a protein that acts like a scissors and cuts the DNA, and there’s an RNA molecule that directs the scissors to any point on the genome you want.
The result is basically a word processor for genes. You can take an entire gene out, put one in, or even edit just a single letter within a gene. And you can do it in nearly any species.” – Jennifer Kahn
“Say you want to get rid of an invasive species, like get Asian carp out of the Great Lakes. All you have to do is release a gene drive that makes the fish produce only male offspring. In a few generations, there’ll be no females left, no more carp. In theory, this means we could restore hundreds of native species that have been pushed to the brink.
Ok, that’s the good news. This is the bad news:
Gene drives are so effective that even an accidental release could change an entire species, and often very quickly.” – Jennifer Kahn
“The last worrisome thing, is that the technology to do this, to genetically engineer an organism and include a gene drive, is something that basically any lab in the world can do. An undergraduate can do it. A talented highschooler with some equipment can do it.” – Jennifer Kahn
10. Bill Gates excited about certain new technologies
“And therefore, we’re not taking the best of science, uh, in creating something that can have, uh, its potential impact. And so, a, you know, a redirection either of the market signals or the role of governments and philanthropy or scientists themselves against this broader goal, would help us make, uh, far greater progress, even more than we have today.
We have an opportunity with the advance of tools like artificial intelligence in gene-based editing technologies to build this new generation of health solutions. Uh, so that they are available to everyone on the planet. And I’m very excited about this.” – Bill Gates
“Even so, the machine learning tools that we have today, uh, are going to be applied in a broad range of domains, including modeling disease, uh, finding drugs for disease, understanding biological systems, uh, and so it is a very exciting time.
The capacity to execute those AI models is, is doubling more than once a year. So we’re going up even faster than so-called Moore’s Law by building these very, uh, uh, special purpose things to execute both the creation of deep learning models and the execution of those, those models.
And so applying those in a broad way and really understanding whether they’re applicable, that data revolution is here today and it’s suffusing itself through many many problems, including these health problems that are, are so critical.
We also have recent breakthroughs like the gene-editing technologies including CRISPR, uh, and so we should be able to use that, uh, for very low cost point-of-care precision diagnostics, um, we should be able to use that for therapeutics and we should gain understandings of how to do, uh, vaccines, even vaccines that the turnaround time, instead of being the typical, uh, three or four years- literally at some point we’d be able to create in months. And we want to use these tools, not just for orphan diseases or not just for diseases in rich countries but also for the diseases that predominantly afflict, uh, people in countries where most of humanity lives in, the, the middle-income and the low-income countries.
In terms of genetics I’m sure we’ve all ready the history uh, you know going back to when, you know, people didn’t know, Pauline didn’t know, where is that information encoded? And you know Crick Watson and Franklin laid the foundation for modern genetics by understanding how, uh, DNA encoded that information and it’s only 15 years ago that the human genome project gave us, uh, the basic blueprint and let us now identify sequences that are associated with different diseases.
It was 8 years ago that CRISPR came along and it continues to evolve in some pretty fantastic ways and including the accuracy of the editing. Today, over 89 percent of genetic variants that we know are associated with human disease can be corrected, that is, if you get in to the cells of interest, uh, you can, uh, make those corrections.” – Bill Gates
eugenics: the practice or advocacy of controlled selective breeding of human populations (as by sterilization) to improve the population’s genetic composition – merriam-webster.com
Introduction to Eugenics:
Eugenics is a movement that is aimed at improving the genetic composition of the human race. Historically, eugenicists advocated selective breeding to achieve these goals. Today we have technologies that make it possible to more directly alter the genetic composition of an individual. However, people differ in their views on how to best (and ethically) use this technology. – knowgenetics.org
Other useful links that also help tie in between Bill Gates’ history into eugenics and his partnership with Planned Parenthood: (which was born out of an agenda to exterminate the “Negro population” – according to the founder, Margaret Sanger)
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