Bill Gates Bites Back! By James Reed
While we are on the subject of conspiracy theories, Bill Gates has lashed out, if “lashed” is something he could do, about fringe dwelling people who misguidedly think that he has been playing a big part in some diabolical globalist agenda, such as depopulation. No, I am not a dark lord, but a white knight, saving lives, says Bill. Yes, he should be given a dozen Nobel Peace Prizes, along with that Swedish climate change girl (no, not given her; she should get a carbon neutral prize too), whose name escapes me because she has been so quiet during the plandemic. Wait … it is Greg, I mean, Greta Thunderburger! I mean to say, a good climate apocalypse does not wait for a virus does it?
- “Bill Gates used his TED2022 key note speech to float his action plan for preventing another pandemic.
- Gates addressed the anti-vaccine protesters outside the event in Vancouver as "weird" and "somewhat ironic."
- He said that, despite the false myths about him creating the pandemic, his foundation has "helped save millions of lives."
Bill Gates said "it's somewhat ironic" that anti-vaccine protesters falsely accuse him of malice through his work on vaccine development when his organization has helped save millions of lives.
Gates addressed conspiracy theories and anti-vaccine activists on Tuesday at the TED2022 conference in Vancouver, Canada, where he gave a talk on how to prevent against the next pandemic.
Anti-vaccine activists have spread misinformation on social media that have been shared worldwide, contributing to vaccine hesitancy in some communities, which experts say has prolonged the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asked how he felt about the protests, Gates said it was "kind of weird."
"The Gates Foundation is very involved in vaccines, the invention of new vaccines, funding vaccines, and we're very proud that, through joint efforts like Gavi, that saved tens of millions of lives," Gates said, referring to a global alliance getting vaccines to every continent in the world. "So it's somewhat ironic to have somebody turn around and say we're using vaccines to kill people or to make money or we started the pandemic."
Gates added: "Does this turn into something where there's constantly crazy people showing up? Who knows."
Conspiracy theorists have targeted Gates throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, claiming without evidence he wants to implant tracking microchips into people via vaccines. One myth cites Gates' 2015 TED talk, in which the billionaire predicted a worldwide pandemic would occur, falsely claiming it is proof he played a role in creating COVID-19.
More than 40% of Republicans in a 2020 Yahoo News poll said they think Bill Gates wants to use COVID-19 vaccines to implant location-tracking microchips in recipients — a "strange" conspiracy Gates addressed at TED2022: "I somehow wanna track the location of individuals because I'm so deeply desirous to know where everybody is. I'm not sure what I'm gonna do with that information."
"Hopefully," Gates said," as the pandemic calms down, people are more rational about, 'Hey, vaccines are a miracle and there's a lot more we can do.'"
Yes, and what if you are wrong, Bill?