Bill Gates is a very strange man.
The co-founder of Microsoft has devoted his last several decades to fighting diseases, funding vaccines and obsessing about man-made climate change.
He warns everyone that their lives are unsustainable and that we all need all sorts of shots and lifestyle changes or else our planet will die.
But the strange thing is that every time he gives his secular doom announcements he can barely stop rubbing his hands together with glee and chuckling and smiling.
Gates has said that life should go back to normal by mid-2022 with COVID and now is changing that once again, saying it will likely be the end of 2022.
First of all, how does he know? Secondly, why should anyone listen to him?
‘This is an Incredible Tragedy’
Gates said that the pandemic has been very good in terms of broadening access to vaccines but added that “this is an incredible tragedy” overall.
Again the question arises, then, why he always looks so damn happy every time he’s interviewed about the pandemic?
He’s a very rich man and his life is probably pretty good. He feels important and likes talking about areas he’s researched, sure, but why chuckle and laugh when talking about the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. Does he have Tourette’s Syndrome?
It’s just…not funny.
As for his latest prediction, Gates says that “by the end of 2022 we should be basically completely back to normal.”
I would bet good money with someone that the end of 2022 becomes mid-2023 and then the end of 2023 as we approach closer to the end of 2021.
Gates and his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given more than $1.7 billion to COVID relief efforts including to fund vaccine manufacturers, and Gates also recently wrote a book about climate change called How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need.
You can be certain that Gates isn’t doing all this for the money. He’s already worth an estimated $126 billion. So what’s his real agenda? Is he just looking to help out?
The goalposts on "back to normal" will keep moving. The only thing I feel sure about is that we must return to face-to-face learning in August before we lose an entire generation of kids to the isolation and the helplessness of online school.https://t.co/wHzcYhM8He
— Jeff Knickerbocker (@jgknick) March 25, 2021
A Closer Look Through the Gates
In addition to his high net worth, Gates is a leading proponent of globalist ideology which sees the world as one thing and does not believe in nations, national laws or things like gun rights, the sanctity of life and religion.
Gates and his inner circle aren’t in it for the money: they’re linked up with the people who create money and decide how much it’s worth. They’re playing a much higher-level long game.
And we’re the pawns.
It’s clear that the “new world order” which Gates and his pals want to help usher in will be good for them and an exciting platform for them to test out their grander ideas and use human beings as lab rats, but for the rest of us it’s likely to be quite a scary and bizarre experience.
Whether it’s the World Economic Forum, George Soros, Bill Gates or the Clintons, these creepy people are like a circle of vultures, picking off economies and nations for the benefit of a small elite in finance and government so they can test out their insane ideas on everyone and feel like self-righteous heroes.
They claim they’re doing it all for our good, but those of us still thinking with our brain understand that what they’re giving us is pure propaganda. So the next time Bill Gates pops up on TV or in the headlines telling you the pandemic still won’t end, take it with a grain of salt.
Don’t let the nerd glasses fool you: this man is not your friend.