April 6, 2020 – Bill Gates and Henry Kissinger have been very active during this Coronavirus pandemic. Gates has appeared on numerous cable news channels, promoting his foundation’s work and how he seemingly foresaw the current “pandemic.” He is being touted as some kind of expert, because he is a billionaire and has a “philanthropic foundation” that funds medical and pharmaceutical endeavors. Despite what the mainstream media might think, Bill Gates is not actually a doctor or medical professional. He is simply very wealthy. Henry Kissinger on the other hand, who has been characterized as a war criminal, has proposed de-population as a national security matter.
Henry Kissinger: The #Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order
Kissinger calls for mass vaccinations
— Spiro (@o_rips) April 4, 2020
Kissinger has made statements like this one from a 2009 speech at the World Health Organization where he discussed “forced vaccination” and referred to “genetically modifying” children:
Business Insider is now reporting that Bill Gates is funding a Coronavirus vaccine that just so happens to be so far along, testing in people is set to begin today:
A potential coronavirus vaccine funded by Bill Gates is set to begin testing in people, with the first patient expected to get it today https://t.co/Pw1gJHTbkN
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) April 6, 2020
What you may not know is that Bill Gates is heavily invested in Big Pharma. He has also discussed openly the need to reduce the global population. The Wall Street Journal reported his foundation’s move into pharmaceuticals back in 2002.
If Bill Gates is invested in these Big Pharma companies, then one must ask, does he stand to benefit financially, for example, from a Johnson & Johnson Coronavirus vaccine? Suddenly touting Bill Gates all over the media as some kind of public health “expert” is not the best idea. Especially when you look at some of the bizarre ideas he has had in the past, for example, blocking out the sun to stop “climate change” by spraying sulfate particles from specially designed aircraft carriers.
So, what is Henry Kissinger proposing regarding how we handle the Coronavirus outbreak? Well, he just published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal entitled “The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter The World Order” in which he calls for supporting the neo-liberal world order.
To be fair, I think Kissinger is correct when he says that President Trump is doing an incredible job and that his ideas largely have been vindicated. But he then says that we need things like mass vaccinations.
Nations cohere and flourish on the belief that their institutions can foresee calamity, arrest its impact and restore stability. When the Covid-19 pandemic is over, many countries’ institutions will be perceived as having failed. Whether this judgment is objectively fair is irrelevant. The reality is the world will never be the same after the coronavirus. To argue now about the past only makes it harder to do what has to be done.The coronavirus has struck with unprecedented scale and ferocity. Its spread is exponential: U.S. cases are doubling every fifth day. At this writing, there is no cure. Medical supplies are insufficient to cope with the widening waves of cases. Intensive-care units are on the verge, and beyond, of being overwhelmed. Testing is inadequate to the task of identifying the extent of infection, much less reversing its spread. A successful vaccine could be 12 to 18 months away.Drawing lessons from the development of the Marshall Plan and the Manhattan Project, the U.S. is obliged to undertake a major effort in three domains. First, shore up global resilience to infectious disease. Triumphs of medical science like the polio vaccine and the eradication of smallpox, or the emerging statistical-technical marvel of medical diagnosis through artificial intelligence, have lulled us into a dangerous complacency. We need to develop new techniques and technologies for infection control and commensurate vaccines across large populations. Cities, states and regions must consistently prepare to protect their people from pandemics through stockpiling, cooperative planning and exploration at the frontiers of science…Second, strive to heal the wounds to the world economy. Global leaders have learned important lessons from the 2008 financial crisis. The current economic crisis is more complex: The contraction unleashed by the coronavirus is, in its speed and global scale, unlike anything ever known in history. And necessary public-health measures such as social distancing and closing schools and businesses are contributing to the economic pain. Programs should also seek to ameliorate the effects of impending chaos on the world’s most vulnerable populations.Third, safeguard the principles of the liberal world order. The founding legend of modern government is a walled city protected by powerful rulers, sometimes despotic, other times benevolent, yet always strong enough to protect the people from an external enemy. Enlightenment thinkers reframed this concept, arguing that the purpose of the legitimate state is to provide for the fundamental needs of the people: security, order, economic well-being, and justice. Individuals cannot secure these things on their own. The pandemic has prompted an anachronism, a revival of the walled city in an age when prosperity depends on global trade and movement of people. – Henry Kissinger, The Wall Street Journal
This week, The Huffington Post pointed to a recent interview Bill Gates conducted with the German publication Süddeutsche Zeitung, in which Gates lamented the considerable troubles facing the global community. ‘We have global issues,’ Gates said. ‘The way we manage the world is not hyper efficient.’ Gates’ solution: ‘a kind of global government.’ ‘You can make fun of it,’ Gates continued, ‘but in truth it was sad how the [climate change conference] in Copenhagen was run, how individuals [behaved] like the UN system has failed. ‘[The UN was] created especially [for security] in the world,’ Gates said. ‘We are ready for war, because we have taken every precaution. We have NATO, we have divisions, jeeps, trained people. But what is with epidemics? How many doctors do we have [compared to] planes, tents, [and] scientists? If there were such a thing as world government, we would be better prepared.’ That Gates is focused on disease in particular as a major threat to world stability is in keeping with his actions over the past decade. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – which Gates launched in 2000, and which currently holds assets totaling in excess of $36 billion – has, as its mission states, caused the reduction of extreme poverty and dangerous infectious diseases. The foundation has targeted malaria, tuberculosis, and other diseases in particular, and it has donated billions toward the treatment of AIDS. – Evangelical Focus
Also calling for “global governance” is former Labour Prime Minister of the UK Gordon Brown. According to Larry Elliot of MSN, Brown said the following in an interview:
“This is not something that can be dealt with in one country,” he said. “There has to be a coordinated global response.”
Brown said the current crisis was different to the one he was involved in. “That was an economic problem that had economic causes and had an economic solution.
“This is first and foremost a medical emergency and there has to be joint action to deal with that. But the more you intervene to deal with the medical emergency, the more you put economies at risk.”
The elites are calling for a coordinated global response to the virus and then asking for support for the creation of an emergency body with executive powers.
Citing Bill Gates’ claims made during a Reddit ‘Ask Me Anything’ interview, Matt Perez at Forbes Magazine has reported that Gates is promoting a National Tracking system.
The report explains what Bill Gates proposed for tracking those who have tested positive for the virus:
A week after stepping down from the boards of Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway, Bill Gates, cofounder of Microsoft and the second-richest person in the world with a net worth $97.8 billion, took to reddit for an Ask Me Anything on the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, sharing his thoughts on how best to deal with the outbreak and its possible long-term effects on the world.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, this week said that mass production of a vaccine would likely not occur for another 12-18 months, and Gates concurred, saying that lots of manufacturing will need to be built to provide ‘billions of vaccines to protect the world’ and that the first vaccines, which would ‘go to healthcare workers and critical workers…could happen before 18 months if everything goes well, but we and Fauci and others are being careful not to promise this when we are not sure.’
Gates called for a ‘national tracking system similar to South Korea, saying that ‘in Seattle, the [University of Washington] is providing thousands of tests per day but no one is connected to a national tracking system’ and that ‘Whenever there is a positive test it should be seen to understand where the disease is and whether we need to strengthen the social distancing.’ – Matt Perez, Forbes
I find it disturbing that Dr. Anthony Fauci (NIAIH) and Dr. Deborah Birx (Coronavirus Taskforce Coordinator) seem to be taking so much advice from Bill Gates and his foundation, as well as the World Health Organization (WHO) and his influence there.
According to Natalie Huet and Carmen Paun of Politico, Bill Gates has far more influence over the World Health Organization than he should have:
Some billionaires are satisfied with buying themselves an island. Bill Gates got a United Nations health agency in Geneva.
Over the past decade, the world’s richest man has become the World Health Organization’s second biggest donor, second only to the United States and just above the United Kingdom. This largesse gives him outsized influence over its agenda, one that could grow as the U.S. and the U.K. threaten to cut funding if the agency doesn’t make a better investment case.
The result, say his critics, is that Gates’ priorities have become the WHO’s. Rather than focusing on strengthening health care in poor countries — that would help, in their view, to contain future outbreaks like the Ebola epidemic — the agency spends a disproportionate amount of its resources on projects with the measurable outcomes Gates prefers, such as the effort to eradicate polio. – Politico
That Bill Gates has donated so much to the WHO should set alarm bells ringing for most people. Bill Gates has concerned himself over the years with expanding his influence and making money. If he is donating so much to the WHO, it’s because he expects to help steer and shape policy toward goals he holds and where he has a vested interest. Like vaccines, for example.
The article continues:
Some health advocates fear that because the Gates Foundation’s money comes from investments in big business, it could serve as a Trojan horse for corporate interests to undermine WHO’s role in setting standards and shaping health policies.
Others simply fear the U.N. body relies too much on Gates’ money, and that the entrepreneur could one day change his mind and move it elsewhere.
Gates and his foundation team have heard the criticism, but they are convinced that the impact of their work and money is positive. – Politico
These concerns have been brought to the attention of both Bill and Melinda Gates, but they brush them off. I think this is highly alarming, considering governments around the world are looking to the WHO for guidance during this time.
Of course, as we reported earlier, back in 2002 the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation invested in Johnson & Johnson. Well now, it just so happens they are reporting they may have a vaccine ready.
That’s being reported by Hank Berrien of the Daily Wire. Once again, we must ask: Is the Gates Foundation the real beneficiary of this development?
According to the Washington Times, Gates has a Coronavirus conflict of interest.
Patrick Howley of National File has reported on Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx having financial conflicts of interest with Bill Gates, a $100-million-dollar conflict, to be exact.
Business Insider is also reporting that the Chan-Zuckerberg Foundation will be working with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to fund treatments for Covid19.
While I am sure some will argue there is nothing wrong with these foundations helping during a crisis, that it is a positive thing, I am also sure that in some cases, it is not the case. History has shown us that many times these “crises” are manufactured. Long time readers will be familiar with the Hegelian dialectic, “Problem, Reaction, Solution” Whereby you manufacture a Problem, then as the chaos unfolds and people exhibit the Reaction you predicted, you swoop in to save the day with your pre-crafted Solution.
It certainly seems like the people directing the chaos are the same who stand to benefit from it: those who have made statements about our need for a “new world order,” advocating more “top down control” and “global governance” solutions. If these same people are the ones whose agendas have been the cause of so many ills, perhaps we should not be looking to them for the solutions.
The website GlobalistAgenda.org presents resources and links as well as direct quotes from these elites, so you can read what they believe in their own words. They expose themselves far more fully than one might expect.