Episode 377 – How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health

05/01/2020200 Comments

Who is Bill Gates? A software developer? A businessman? A philanthropist? A global health expert? This question, once merely academic, is becoming a very real question for those who are beginning to realize that Gates’ unimaginable wealth has been used to gain control over every corner of the fields of public health, medical research and vaccine development. And now that we are presented with the very problem that Gates has been talking about for years, we will soon find that this software developer with no medical training is going to leverage that wealth into control over the fates of billions of people.

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BILL GATES: Hello. I’m Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft. In this video you’re going to see the future.

SOURCE: Hello, I’m Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft

Who is Bill Gates? A software developer? A businessman? A philanthropist? A global health expert?

This question, once merely academic, is becoming a very real question for those who are beginning to realize that Gates’ unimaginable wealth has been used to gain control over every corner of the fields of public health, medical research and vaccine development. And now that we are presented with the very problem that Gates has been talking about for years, we will soon find that this software developer with no medical training is going to leverage that wealth into control over the fates of billions of people.

GATES: [. . .] because until we get almost everybody vaccinated globally, we still won’t be fully back to normal.

SOURCE: Bill Gates on Finding a Vaccine for COVID-19, the Economy, and Returning to ‘Normal Life’

Bill Gates is no public health expert. He is not a doctor, an epidemiologist or an infectious disease researcher. Yet somehow he has become a central figure in the lives of billions of people, presuming to dictate the medical actions that will be required for the world to go “back to normal.” The transformation of Bill Gates from computer kingpin to global health czar is as remarkable as it is instructive, and it tells us a great deal about where we are heading as the world plunges into a crisis the likes of which we have not seen before.

This is the story of How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health.

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Until his reinvention as a philanthropist in the past decade, this is what many people thought of when they thought of Bill Gates:

NARRATOR: In the case of the United States vs Microsoft, the US Justice Department contended that the software giant had breached antitrust laws by competing unfairly against Netscape Communications in the internet browser market, effectively creating a monopoly. Bill’s first concern was that the prosecution could potentially block the release of his company’s latest operating system, Windows 98.

SOURCE: Bill Gates Defends Microsoft in Monopoly Lawsuit

GATES: Are you asking me about when I wrote this e-mail or what are you asking me about?

DAVID BOIES: I’m asking you about January of ’96.

GATES: That month?

BOIES: Yes, sir.

GATES: And what about it?

BOIES: What non-Microsoft browsers were you concerned about in January of 96?

GATES: I don’t know what you mean: “concerned.”

BOIES: What is it about the word “concerned” that you don’t understand?

GATES: I’m not sure what you mean by it.

SOURCE: Bill Gates Deposition

STEVE JOBS: We’re going to be working together on Microsoft Office, on Internet Explorer, on Java, and I think that it’s going to lead to a very healthy relationship. So it’s a package announcement today. We’re very, very happy about it, we’re very, very excited about it. And I happen to have a special guest with me today via satellite downlink, and if we could get him up on the stage right now.

[BILL GATES APPEARS, CROWD BOOS]

SOURCE: Macworld Boston 1997-The Microsoft Deal

DAN RATHER: Police and security guards in Belgium were caught flat-footed today by a cowardly sneak attack on one of the world’s wealthiest men. The target was Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, arriving for a meeting with community leaders. Watch what happens when a team of hit men meet him first with a pie in the face.

[GATES HIT IN THE FACE WITH PIE]

RATHER: Gates was momentarily and understandably shaken, but he was not injured. The hit squad piled on with two more pies before one of them was wrestled to the ground and arrested; the others—at least for the moment—got away. Gates went inside, wiped his face clean, and made no comment. He then went ahead with his scheduled meeting. No word on the motive for this attack.

SOURCE: Bill Gates Pie in Face

But, once reviled for the massive wealth and the monopolistic power that his virus-laden software afforded him, Gates is now hailed as a visionary who is leveraging that wealth and power for the greater good of humanity.

KLAUS SCHWAB: If in the 22nd century a book will be written about the entrepreneur of the 21st century [. . .] I’m sure that the person who will foremost come to the mind of those historians is certainly Bill Gates. [applause]

SOURCE: Davos Annual Meeting 2008 – Bill Gates

ANDREW ROSS SORKIN: I don’t think it’s hyperbole to say that Bill Gates is singularly—I would argue—the most consequential individual of our generation. I mean that.

SOURCE: Bill Gates Talks Philanthropy, Microsoft, and Taxes | DealBook

ELLEN DEGENERES: Our next guest is one of the richest and most generous men in the world. Please welcome Bill Gates.

SOURCE: Bill Gates on Finding a Vaccine for COVID-19, the Economy, and Returning to ‘Normal Life’

JUDY WOODRUFF: At a time when everyone is looking to understand the scope of the pandemic and how to minimize the threat, one of the best informed voices is that of businessman and philanthropist Bill Gates.

SOURCE: Bill Gates on where the COVID-19 pandemic will hurt the most

The process by which this reinvention of Gates’ public image took place is not mysterious. It’s the same process by which every billionaire has revived their public image since John D. Rockefeller hired Ivy Ledbetter Lee to transform him from the head of the Standard Oil hydra into the kind old man handing out dimes to strangers.

MAN OFF CAMERA: Don’t you give dimes, Mr. Rockefeller? Please, go ahead.

WOMAN: Thank you, sir.

MAN: Thank you very much.

ROCKEFELLER: Thank you for the ride!

MAN: I consider myself more than amply paid.

ROCKEFELLER: Bless you! Bless you! Bless you!

SOURCE: John D. Rockefeller – Standard Oil

More to the point, John D. Rockefeller knew that to gain the adoration of the public, he had to appear to give them what they want: money. He devoted hundreds of millions of dollars of his vast oil monopoly fortune to establishing institutions that, he claimed, were for the public good. The General Education Board. The Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research. The Rockefeller Foundation.

Similarly, Bill Gates has spent much of the past two decades transforming himself from software magnate into a benefactor of humanity through his own Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In fact, Gates has surpassed Rockefeller’s legacy with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation long having eclipsed The Rockefeller Foundation as the largest private foundation in the world, with $46.8 billion of assets on its books that it wields in its stated program areas of global health and development, global growth, and global policy advocacy.

And, like Rockefeller, Gates’ transformation has been helped along by a well-funded public relations campaign. Gone are the theatrical tricks of the PR pioneers—the ubiquitous ice cream cones of Gates’ mentor Warren Buffett are the last remaining holdout of the old Rockefeller-handing-out-dimes gimmick. No, Gates has guided his public image into that of a modern-day saint through an even simpler tactic: buying good publicity.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation spends tens of millions of dollars per year on media partnerships, sponsoring coverage of its program areas across the board. Gates funds The Guardian‘s Global Development website. Gates funds NPR’s global health coverage. Gates funds the Our World in Data website that is tracking the latest statistics and research on the coronavirus pandemic. Gates funds BBC coverage of global health and development issues, both through its BBC Media Action organization and the BBC itself. Gates funds world health coverage on ABC News.

When the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer was given a $3.5 million Gates foundation grant to set up a special unit to report on global health issues, NewsHour communications chief Rob Flynn was asked about the potential conflict of interest that such a unit would have in reporting on issues that the Gates Foundation is itself involved in. “In some regards I guess you might say that there are not a heck of a lot of things you could touch in global health these days that would not have some kind of Gates tentacle,” Flynn responded.

Indeed, it would be almost impossible to find any area of global health that has been left untouched by the tentacles of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

It was Gates who sponsored the meeting that led to the creation of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, a global public-private partnership bringing together state sponsors and big pharmaceutical companies, whose specific goals include the creation of “healthy markets for vaccines and other immunisation products.” As a founding partner of the alliance, the Gates Foundation provided $750 million in seed funding and has gone on to make over $4.1 billion in commitments to the group.

Gates provided the seed money that created the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, a public-private partnership that acts as a finance vehicle for governmental AIDS, TB, and malaria programs.

When a public-private partnership of governments, world health bodies and 13 leading pharmaceutical companies came together in 2012 “to accelerate progress toward eliminating or controlling 10 neglected tropical diseases,” there was the Gates Foundation with $363 million of support.

When the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents was launched in 2015 to leverage billions of dollars in public and private financing for global health and development programs, there was the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a founding partner with a $275 million contribution.

When the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations was launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2017 to develop vaccines against emerging infectious diseases, there was the Gates Foundation with an initial injection of $100 million.

The examples go on and on. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s fingerprints can be seen on every major global health initiative of the past two decades. And beyond the flashy, billion-dollar global partnerships, the Foundation is behind hundreds of smaller country and region-specific grants—$10 million to combat a locust infestation in East Africa, or $300 million to support agricultural research in Africa and Asia—that add up to billions of dollars in commitments.

It comes as no surprise, then, that—far beyond the $250 million that the Gates Foundation has pledged to the “fight” against coronavirus—every aspect of the current coronavirus pandemic involves organizations, groups and individuals with direct ties to Gates funding.

From the start, the World Health Organization has directed the global response to the current pandemic. From its initial monitoring of the outbreak in Wuhan and its declaration in January that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission to its live media briefings and its technical guidance on country-level planning and other matters, the WHO has been the body setting the guidelines and recommendations shaping the global response to this outbreak.

But even the World Health Organization itself is largely reliant on funds from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The WHO’s most recent donor report shows that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the organization’s second-largest donor behind the United States government. The Gates Foundation single-handedly contributes more to the world health body than Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Russia and the UK combined.

What’s more, current World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is, in fact, like Bill Gates himself, not a medical doctor at all, but the controversial ex-Minister of Health of Ethiopia, who was accused of covering up three cholera outbreaks in the country during his tenure. Before joining the WHO, he served as chair of the Gates-founded Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and sat on the board of the Gates-founded Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and the Gates-funded Stop TB Partnership.

The current round of lockdowns and restrictive stay-home orders in western countries was enacted on the back of alarming models predicting millions of deaths in the United States and hundreds of thousands in the UK.

HAYLEY MINOGUE: Imperial College in London released a COVID-19 report and that’s where most of our US leaders are getting the information they’re basing their decision making on. That 2.2 million deaths also doesn’t account for the potential negative effects of health systems being overwhelmed.

[. . .]

The report runs us through a few different ways this could turn out depending on what our responses are. If we don’t do anything to control this virus, over 80% of people in the US would be infected over the course of the epidemic, with 2.2 million deaths from COVID-19.

SOURCE: Extreme measures based on scientific paper

BORIS JOHNSON: From this evening I must give the British people a very simple instruction: you must stay at home.

SOURCE: Boris Johnson announces complete UK lockdown amid coronavirus crisis

JUSTIN TRUDEAU: Enough is enough. Go home and stay home.

SOURCE: ‘Enough is enough’, Trudeau with a strong message to Canadians

GAVIN NEWSOM: . . . a statewide order for people to stay at home

SOURCE: California Gov Newsom issues statewide ‘SAFER AT HOME’ order

The work of two research groups was crucial in shaping the decision of the UK and US governments to implement wide-ranging lockdowns, and, in turn, governments around the world. The first group, the Imperial College COVID-19 Research Team, issued a report on March 16th that predicted up to 500,000 deaths in the UK and 2.2 million deaths in the US unless strict government measures were put in place.

The second group, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in Bill Gates’ home state of Washington, helped provide data that corroborated the White House’s initial estimates of the virus’ effects, estimates that have been repeatedly downgraded as the situation has progressed.

Unsurprisingly, the Gates Foundation has injected substantial sums of money into both groups. This year alone, the Gates Foundation has already given $79 million to Imperial College, and in 2017 the Foundation announced a $279 million investment into the IHME to expand its work collecting health data and creating models.

Anthony Fauci, meanwhile, has become the face of the US government’s coronavirus response, echoing Bill Gates’ assertion that the country will not “get back to normal” until “a good vaccine” can be found to insure the public’s safety.

ANTHONY FAUCI: If you want to get to pre-coronavirus . . . You know, that might not ever happen, in the sense of the fact that the threat is there. But I believe with the therapies that will be coming online and with the fact that I feel confident that over a period of time we will get a good vaccine, that we will never have to get back to where we are right back now.

SOURCE: Dr. Anthony Fauci on return to normalcy from pandemic

Beyond just their frequent collaborations and cooperation in the past, Fauci has direct ties to Gates’ projects and funding. In 2010, he was appointed to the Leadership Council of the Gates-founded “Decade of Vaccines” project to implement a Global Vaccine Action Plan—a project to which Gates committed $10 billion of funding. And in October of last year, just as the current pandemic was beginning, the Gates Foundation announced a $100 million contribution to the National Institute of Health to help, among other programs, Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ research into HIV.

Also in October of last year, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation partnered with the World Economic Forum and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security to stage Event 201, a tabletop exercise gauging the economic and societal impact of a globally-spreading coronavirus pandemic.

NARRATOR: It began in healthy-looking pigs months, perhaps years, ago: a new coronavirus.

ANITA CICERO: The mission of the pandemic emergency board is to provide recommendations to deal with the major global challenges arising in response to an unfolding pandemic. The board is comprised of highly experienced leaders from business public health and civil society.

TOM INGLESBY: We’re at the start of what’s looking like it will be a severe pandemic and there are problems emerging that can only be solved by global business and governments working together.

STEPHEN REDD: Governments need to be willing to do things that are out of their historical perspective, or . . .  for the most part. It’s really a war footing that we need to be on.

SOURCE: Event 201 Pandemic Exercise: Highlights Reel

Given the incredible reach that the tentacles of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have into every corner of the global health markets, it should not be surprising that the foundation has been intimately involved with every stage of the current pandemic crisis, either. In effect, Gates has merely used the wealth from his domination of the software market to leverage himself into a similar position in the world of global health.

The whole process has been cloaked in the mantle of selfless philanthropy, but the foundation is not structured as a charitable endeavour. Instead, it maintains a dual structure: the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation distributes money to grantees, but a separate entity, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust, manages the endowment assets. These two entities often have overlapping interests, and, as has been noted many times in the past, grants given by the foundation often directly benefit the value of the trust’s assets:

MELINDA GATES: One of my favorite parts of my job at the Gates Foundation is that I get to travel to the developing world, and I do that quite regularly.

[. . .]

My first trip in India, I was in a person’s home where they had dirt floors, no running water, no electricity, and that’s really what I see all over the world. So in short, I’m startled by all the things that they don’t have. But I am surprised by one thing that they do have: Coca-Cola. Coke is everywhere. In fact, when I travel to the developing world, Coke feels ubiquitous.

And so when I come back from these trips, and I’m thinking about development, and I’m flying home and I’m thinking, we’re trying to deliver condoms to people, or vaccinations, you know? Coke’s success kind of stops and makes you wonder: How is it that they can get Coke to these far-flung places? If they can do that, why can’t governments and NGOs do the same thing?

SOURCE: Melinda French Gates: What nonprofits can learn from Coca-Cola

AMY GOODMAN: And the charity of billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his wife Melinda is under criticism following the disclosure it’s substantially increased its holdings in the agribusiness giant Monsanto to over $23 million. Critics say the investment in Monsanto contradicts the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s stated commitment to helping farmers and sustainable development in Africa.

SOURCE: Gates Foundation Criticized for Increasing Monsanto Investment

LAURENCE LEE: The study from the pressure group Global Justice now paints a picture of the Gates Foundation partly as an expression of corporate America’s desire to profit from Africa and partly a damning critique of its effects.

POLLY JONES: You could have a case where the initial research is done by a Gates-funded institution. And the media reporting on how well that research is conducted is done, the media outlet is a Gates-funded outlet, or maybe a Gates-funded journalist from a media program. And then the program is implemented more widely by a Gates-funded NGO. I mean . . . There are some very insular circles here.

LEE: Among the many criticisms: the idea that private finance can solve the problems of the developing world. Should poor farmers be trapped into debt by having to use chemicals or fertilizers underwritten by offshoot of the foundation?

SOURCE: Gates Foundation accused of exploiting its leverage in Africa

This is no mere theoretical conflict of interest. Gates is held up as a hero for donating $35.8 billion worth of his Microsoft stock to the foundation, but during the course of his “Decade of Vaccines,” Gates’ net worth has actually doubled, from $54 billion to $103.1 billion.

The Rockefeller story provides an instructive template for this vision of tycoon-turned-philanthropist. When Rockefeller faced a public backlash, he helped spearhead the creation of a system of private foundations that connected in with his business interests. Leveraging his unprecedented oil monopoly fortune into unprecedented control over wide swaths of public life, Rockefeller was able to kill two birds with one stone: molding society in his family’s own interests, even as he became a beloved figure in the public imagination.

Similarly, Bill Gates has leveraged his software empire into a global health, development and education empire, steering the course of investment and research and ensuring healthy markets for vaccines and other immunization products. And, like Rockefeller, Gates has been transformed from the feared and reviled head of a formidable hydra into a kindly old man generously giving his wealth back to the public.

But not everyone has been taken in by this PR trick. Even The Lancet observed this worrying transformation from software monopolist to health monopolist back in 2009, when the extent of this Gates-led monopoly was becoming apparent to all:

The first guiding principle of the [Bill & Melinda Gates] Foundation is that it is “driven by the interests and passions of the Gates family.” An annual letter from Bill Gates summarises those passions, referring to newspaper articles, books, and chance events that have shaped the Foundation’s strategy. For such a large and influential investor in global health, is such a whimsical governance principle good enough?

SOURCE: What has the Gates Foundation done for global health?

This brings us back to the question: Who is Bill Gates? What are his driving interests? What motivates his decisions?

These are not academic questions. Gates’ decisions have controlled the flows of billions of dollars, formed international partnerships pursuing wide-ranging agendas, ensured the creation of “healthy markets” for Big Pharma vaccine manufacturers. And now, as we are seeing, his decisions are shaping the entire global response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Next week, we will further explore Gates’ vaccination initiatives, the business interests behind them, and the larger agenda that is beginning to take shape as we enter the “new normal” of the COVID-19 crisis.

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  1. madzz says:

    The Gatesway to hell is opening….

  2. mblacky says:

    Great work as always. These “self made” billionaires all seem so plastic and appointed. Read somewhere ages ago that Microsoft may well have been a secret wing of IBM (in order to dupe the anti-monopoly rules). Actually it was probably something on the Corbett Report that I read to be honest.

    Can’t wait for Cocksuckerberg’s philanthropic adventures in the 1984 future

    • weilunion says:

      These new advocacy philanthropists are the new, ruthless face of socialized capitalist exploitation and thus they are neither philanthropists nor charitable givers – they are pickpockets, thieves and exploiters — they are the new, financial conquistadors. To attribute anything more is to mask the true reality of what they do and who they are. They are financial pirates and buccaneers who now profit-off human disposability in an age of surplus labor.

  3. Fritzie's dad says:

    Thank you James and Broc. This is well-paced and beautifully presented.

    As a software developer through the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, I was very much aware of the MS operating systems and the context in which they were developed/stolen.

    I have always held the man in great disdain (I’m being kind!), and have been as convinced as one can be that he attained his position through a Faustian bargain – with the ‘devil’ himself, or with his Deep State proxy.

    This is truly the ‘essential’ topic of this moment. I trust and hope this series will be shared widely by our fellow CR clan.

    • minnie says:

      Great minds think alike – I made a similar comment on the New World Next Week post, but I mentioned “Mephistopheles” rather than Faust, because I was thinking of the 1981 film Mephisto, starring Klaus-Maria Brandauer, which has a Faustian theme. It’s based in Nazi Germany, about a man who sells out to the Nazis in order to further his career.

      I haven’t seen the film since 1981, when I was a student, but it seems relevant today, as I think Bill Gates is not the only tech billionaire who may have had a leg up from some shady players – on condition that he plays their game. Might make a good theme for Film, Literature and the New World Order.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Broc West was clever in using an IBM Monitor to display videos.
      Typically, a TV is used.

    • Qno says:

      What do you know about the Commodore PET? I was struck recently by how, front on, it looks like the pyramid with the all seeing eye at the top. The keyboard looks like bricks, and the top section is floating off on its own. Have I just got too much imagination, or has the whole computer industry got its roots in one unholy alliance or another?

      The parallels for now are remarkable, of course. A need was created for something we had never needed before, onto which we have been hooked ever since. I really miss the 70s now. In the 80s and 90s we looked back at it as a sort of grim period, but in fact it wasn’t.

    • Paul Mozina says:

      Andrew Schulman blew the whistle on Gates’ techniques for crushing the competition in his books:

      Undocumented DOS: A Programmer’s Guide to Reserved MS-DOS Functions and Data Structures/Book and Disk

      Undocumented Windows: A Programmers Guide to Reserved Microsoft Windows Api Functions

      Unauthorized Windows 95: A Developer’s Guide to Exploring the Foundations of Windows “Chicago”

      Microsoft would do things like: leverage secret capabilities in the operating system that were not shared with their competitors also developing applications for the Microsoft O/S; time the release of new versions of Microsoft O/S to paralyze their competitors, i.e., which version of the O/S software should they make their software compatible with, and forcing competitors onto Microsoft’s release schedule; and with license and software bundling deals that froze out the competition.

  4. Libertydan says:

    My Grandmother (a One Room School House Teacher), used to say,
    “Tell me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are”.

    That said, Paul Allen was best friends with Bill Gates for most of his life. He died in October of 2018. He owned the Seattle Sea-Hawks Football Team, and the Portland Basketball Team. I was told his sister has inherited the Teams.

    Anyway, Paul Allen wrote a book, and did some interviews before he died that may be more telling of who Bill Gates is than anything else. I seem to recall a 60 Minute Interview with Paul Allen where he admits to being sick with little time left, yet felt that he needed to expose Bill Gates before he died.

    I hope James reads these Comments, eh!

  5. JonQ says:

    James, you are a yeoman journalist. Keep it up.

    As I wrote earlier, I didn’t know these guys personally, but I knew enough of about them that money, women, & blow wasn’t enough. They’re my generation after all. Ted Waits and Michael Dell; I was selling pc’s out my dorm room and car trunk too. Those guys were just better capitalists than me.

    You do have a loose thread, so keep pulling. Jobs had Wozniak. And Gates had Allen. Scary characters, Jobs and Gates. One is dead, the other thinks he might be the next JD Rockefeller. Truth be told, like Cringley reported, if I was in that 7-11 line, I would have given Gates 50 cents too, just to get him out the door. You put that in your story..

    Here’s the link: https://www.cringely.com/2013/02/25/accidental-empires-chapter-6-chairman-bill-leads-the-happy-workers-in-song/

    • minnie says:

      I’m a huge fan of Steve Jobs, because I’ve used Apple Macs since the early 1990s. Apple Mac seemed to go downhill just around the time that Jobs died. Though I never met him, and you can never tell what someone’s really like until you meet them.

      I once bought a Windows-based laptop, and it was such a nightmare to use, I nearly threw it out the window (unintended pun). Eventually I took it back to the shop, and they told me they wouldn’t be able to refund me the full amount. I said “Just take it back anyway!”

      I bought a MacBook instead – that was back in 2007, and I still have it. It’s a bit heavy, but in great working order. That’s why I love Steve Jobs.

      • debra.b says:

        Hi. I’m a new member. I don’t mean to be a bother, but I have a 2009 ( I think) iMac desktop that is still in good working order. Except, Apple stopped providing updates to the operating system, so all the software applications would no longer update/function properly. Did this happen with your MacBook? If so, may I ask if you found a way around it? My desktop sits there. I can’t afford to replace, so I’m left with an iPad my sister gave me because she never used it. It works fine, but has nowhere near the functionality of a desktop. Thank you and I apologize if I’m bugging you. Debra 🙂

        • minnie says:

          Hi Debra – I think this is a great question. I started looking into it recently because my mum sadly died a few months ago, and I inherited her 2011 desktop iMac. It’s in great condition, but the OS system can’t be upgraded from 10.7.5 unless I upgrade the RAM. At least, I think this is the case – I’m not very technically savvy.

          I’m in the UK and I found this excellent post on how to upgrade your iMac or MacBook – it gives different solutions for various years:
          https://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac/how-upgrade-mac-3656129/

          I bought a new battery for my 2007 MacBook recently. It cost £20. I bought extra parts to upgrade my old iPhone 4 with help from a YouTube channel called Strange Parts. It had a few episodes where the guy, who was living in China at the time, built an iPhone from scratch, assembling it from various parts that he was able to buy there. So you should definitely be able to upgrade your desktop Mac with online info, and any parts you need should be available online too.

          I think this is a really important subject, because phones and laptops are almost all being made with built-in batteries now. I’ve also heard that they have more built-in spying gear and “back doors” (there was something on the Corbett Report about this a while ago). So it’s definitely worth holding on to your old Mac.

          • debra.b says:

            Thank you minnie so much for the information! I’m not very tech savvy either when it comes to hardware and operating systems at least. I refer to myself as backwards tech savvy when it comes to software, which is to say I’m quite good at troubleshooting. I’ll manage to work out an issue, but oftentimes I don’t fully know how I did it and usually cannot explain it to someone else. I just know I can dive back in from scratch and figure it out somehow again. I think I derive this thought process from having had to learn much of what I truly know from experience rather than study. I can research. I do research and come to some understanding on many subjects. Otherwise, I would never had ended up here on CR. Obviously….lol. 🙂 However, much like my backwards tech savvy troubleshooting ways I couldn’t explain much of what I research to someone else. Not in such a way that would feel successful unless they’re already of the same frame of mind or open minded enough to truly hear me out. Anyway, I will check out that Macworld link (that takes me back). I am definitely holding on to my old Mac. I have files stored on it and a thumb drive with back ups of those files as well. I also still have an old cell phone that I hold onto. I had no cellphone for several years because I found it to be an unnecessary expense and I needed to cut costs. But, a year ago my daughter pushed me to get one to have in case of emergency when I’m out on my own. I have health issues, so that’s the concern. I barely use it. Most days I honestly forget I have it. Thanks again for your reply. And, yes I agree this is something that is worth discussing.

  6. ledhead1789 says:

    I’m hoping James goes into the eugenics angle on the future episodes (from the preview it seems like he will). I also hope he addresses some questions about the efficacy of vaccines (to prevent everyone from immediately disregarding this work as simply anti vax propaganda).

    Cheers to the Corbett Report!

  7. Fawlty Towers says:

    Excellent work James as always.
    Face paced and rich in detail.
    As time was running out towards the end I was wondering when you would start to focus on our ‘pandemic’ and vaccines.

    But then, just in the nick of time you gave a little preview of what
    will be coming shortly. 🙂

    I am looking forward to it and also sharing your work with as many people as possible.

    This has got to be not only the ‘Mother of All Conflicts of Interests’
    but the scariest and most potentially harmful the human race has ever faced.

    It should be painfully obvious to everyone that not only has Gates engineered this ‘pandemic’ but is seeking to profit from it by carrying out his personal goal of reducing the world’s population, further increasing his wealth by selling vaccines and helping to roll out the new world order.

    • eat my cake says:

      bill seems too dim witted to have designed this, and he would have needed complicity from a lot of heads of state of business and bankers, which appear all in, but I doubt they are all mad hatters, I reckon there would be big blackmail going on for Trump to acquiesce to mini dr. evil. bill looks/sounds more like a straw-man when he speaks, his responses are more political than dynamic, he’s all white bread posture with nil content. He appears to be one who could represent but not on the fly dominate. thats my intuition speaking.

  8. Won Fat Fuk says:

    American Deceptionalism

  9. Jeremy says:

    James. The antitrust laws are a statist. Microsoft was dragged into court for giving an internet browser for free. It’s unjustifiable! Before this antitrust case, Gates was brought before Congress and drilled by Orrin Hatch who implored Gates to spend money and lobby in Washington. Bill Gates left D.C. basically saying you leave us alone and we’ll leave you alone. Later, the anti trust case was launched—the government didn’t leave Microsoft alone. Now, Microsoft has a very nice building in Washington D.C. and spends quite a bit of money. But Gates wasn’t a crony at the beginning. Government dragged him into it.

    If you are not going to be accurate about his early career, how can we trust you to be accurate about his later career?

    I am very concerned about what Bill Gates is doing in the vaccine push, but I can’t share this video when his earlier career was so misrepresented. It basically amounted to a smear. You also failed to identify the absolute evil of the antitrust case against Microsoft. What else are you not properly identifying?

    • flammable says:

      It sounds like a smear but I don’t think that was James intention. He is only saying what the public thought of Bill Gates at the time. This is about providing a contrast of Gates’ public perception. Even if it wasn’t true the point is that we were manipulated to perceive Bill Gates as intended. First he was a new rising software developer, then a capitalist monster, then a victim of a bogus trial, then a philanthropist, now he’s the leading savior against global disasters.

      • Jeremy says:

        I don’t share your sediments. The good is the productive. The evil is the destructive. I don’t see that reflected in the video of Gates’s earlier career.

        Praise Gates when he does provide a product that brought billions of dollars of value into the world. And damn the evil, value-destroying, government thugs that violated a productive genius’s individual rights through the antitrust laws.

        And then damn that genius if he turns from producing values and instead engages in a plan to destroy human life through mandatory vaccination programs. Just be objective and report all the facts from a value production or destruction premise. Otherwise you lose credibility.

        If I am to share James’s work–which I have and want to continue to do—James is going to have to present facts objectivity. I think he normally does which is why I am a big fan of his work. But when you are touching on hot topics, you will get crushed if you show bias or leave out pertinent facts.

        • Miss Terious says:

          Everything from the fake errors in your spelling and grammar to the flow of your specious arguments and the points you are emphasising is enough for any thinking person to doubt the sincerity and veracity of your post. What is your real purpose in defending Saint Bill?

          Not everyone is privileged to know and understand this information. This is not what is important. It does not matter if a smear influences the perspective of those who are already too weak and too brainwashed to form their own opinion.

          This information is for those who are ready, those who need it, and those who can use it. There are many of us.

        • katiyi says:

          Jeremy,

          I am sorry I do not get your point. You state that “James is going to have to present FACTS objectively”. I am afraid facts are facts and are by essence objective. So, what is your real problem with James?

          Personally, I very much appreciate this piece on Bill Gates. The guy has to be exposed. I cannot wait to watch the second part.

          There is just one point on which I beg to differ. We agree that Gates has an undue influence on global health policies thanks to his wealth. The fact that he does not have a degree in medicine or a related field does not appear relevant to me.

          Our society has a tendency to worship “experts”. First of all, a degree is just a presumption of knowledge. Even experts can be wrong from time to time. And in addition, some of them are particularly corrupt.

          There is also something very dangerous in this process of letting “specialists” make decisions by themselves. One day, very soon, we will be told that our votes are not needed anymore because the people are not “experts”.

          • katiyi says:

            I did not explain myself very well. What I wanted to say is that decisions cannot be made taking into account a unique factor and dismissing all the others. Experts see their field, but do not have a general knowledge of all the other fields that are going to be impacted.

          • mkey says:

            Our society has a tendency to worship “experts”.

            That’s exactly the point. The media will always invoke the expert fallacy but will immediately overlook it when a non expert (with a wallet that could cause tsunamis) chimes in. The lack of objectivity when applying logical fallacies is staggering.

        • mkey says:

          Praise Gates when he does provide a product that brought billions of dollars of value into the world.

          You jest, surely. The base of this “value” was bought and stolen software, ancestral funding and monopolies.

        • endthefed says:

          This Jeremy guys worships and sings praises about Bill Gates every chance he gets. Agent provocateur?

    • Miss Terious says:

      Massive corporations are indistinguishable from the state apparatus.

      He gave the browser away for free in order to create a dominant position, even a monopoly in the market, which is against the stated intent of the anti-trust laws.

      Then you say Saint Bill bribed Washington with a nice shiny building and lots of cash so they would leave him alone? Not very principled behaviour from Saint Bill. If he was truly at odds with them, he would not have done this. Poor Bill, he was dragged into it against his will, you say. Honestly, this is extremely doubtful on any number of fronts.

      At least you acknowledge that he is now in bed with the Government fully. James’ accuracy in this case is just a matter of opinion. You have your opinion and your talking points no doubt; I am certain there are many people here with quite a different one. Nobody’s right, nobody’s wrong. Just opinions.

      Trust in James is built upon many years of faithful and dedicated service to his audience, not upon a single episode.

      You are very concerned about the vaccine push, but apparently not about Gates’ massive influence over every aspect of global health policy? My goodness.

      No-one cares whether you share the video or not. There will be plenty of sharing going on.

      The “absolute evil” of the anti-trust case, you say. Heh heh. To add to the absolute evil of corporate and government collusion, the absolute evil of attempting to force medicate people with a God-given right to determine what will and will not go into their bodies, and any other number of “absolute evils” I could name. Government is a puppet show. We are ruled by bankers and governed by idiots. Most people here know this. You won’t get anywhere by deflecting attention from what Gates is doing by claiming the “evil” is only in the Congress.

      • robert.t says:

        “Massive corporations are indistinguishable from the state apparatus.”

        Exactly. There may be comedies of conflict as well as genuine tussles and hatreds within the corporate-government nexus…but it’s a nexus. More’s the pity.

        It’s not a new thing. Who “sold” opium to China? The Empress of India? Two Scots entrepreneurs? The Sassoons? The Parsees? The Joos? A Company? The British government? The British Navy? The British Army? England? Answer: All of the above.

        When the game is that big, there is no private and public. There’s just big and big, big with big. Microsoft, IBM, banks, government, alphabet agencies just need to own enough big media together to convince people they’re not together. And they own more than enough big media…getting on to 100%.

        If the government inexplicably hollows out a mountain or makes tunneling noises under our feet we fret. But if they tell us it’s giggly Jeff or wacky Elon just spending their own money like eccentric geniuses do…it’s all good fun.

        As for what you’re you’ll soon be buying or doing, a massive company which has never made a profit can know before you do. How handy are massive companies which never make profits!

        And if the government asks you to snip and send a bit of yourself by mail you’ll buck up. But if Ancestry.com asks you…

        Like I said, more’s the pity.

        • manbearpig says:

          “…When the game is that big, there is no private and public. There’s just big and big, big with big. Microsoft, IBM, banks, government, alphabet agencies just need to own enough big media together to convince people they’re not together. And they own more than enough big media…getting on to 100%.

          If the government inexplicably hollows out a mountain or makes tunneling noises under our feet we fret. But if they tell us it’s giggly Jeff or wacky Elon just spending their own money like eccentric geniuses do…it’s all good fun…”

          Thank you for so eloquently expressing this important insight!
          Hat’s off to you!

    • rc2 says:

      Hi Jeremy,

      I found a number of points made to be of interest, regarding the your analysis of the presentation of information in the episode. Two that spring to mind, based on my recollection of Corbett Report material from the past:

      1) I don’t believe there was an insinuation that the reference to the case against Microsoft was somehow a way of advocating for anti-trust law and the relevant state powers that come with it. Given the context, it seemed to me as though the goal was to illustrate the Rather, the segment seemed to clearly provide a contextual set-up to the role in which Gates/Microsoft/related organizational structures formed a capture of the market in the relevant historical timeframe. Regardless, at least per my recollection from “How Big Oil Conquered the World,” I don’t think there should be any mistake that Corbett is advocating for anti-monopoly law via the state (in fact, I recall that was one of the _key points_ of that segment of the documentary)

      2) In a later comment, you mention that:

      “If I am to share James’s work–which I have and want to continue to do—James is going to have to present facts objectivity”

      Although I think I understand your point, I would suggest considering the underlying proposition in this argument- namely, that a journalist (or reporter, or anyone) can “objectively” report. I believe James has even spoken extensively about the fallacy of this position- if I recall, the most relevant podcast would be:

      “Episode 265 – The Myth of Journalistic Objectivity”

      Perhaps the core point about the “myth of journalistic objectivity,” or rejecting the notion that we should expect even the possibility of “objective” reporting, is this portion of the discussion thread (as we see from the varied interpretations of the piece from myself, Jeremy, and all of the other commenters here, let alone James’ personal intentions).

      Best,
      -Chris

      • Jeremy says:

        Hi Chris. I very much appreciate your thoughtful reply. This is the kind of dialogue I was hoping for when I subscribed to the Corbett Report.

        • chris says:

          Of course- I just recently subscribed (officially!), so I’m looking forward to reading and discussing all of the perspectives of other members’ about Corbett’s publications. Hope all is well,

          -Chris

    • Qno says:

      What would happen if a fuel company begged, stole or borrowed the formula for a particular kind of petrol, wouldn’t let anybody else use it, then gave away free cars that would only run on that petrol?

      The point is that bundling up other peoples software with his own and giving it away free stifles innovation and competition. I remember when to make a zip file you have to buy PK Zip. It was a pain in the butt to need to do this with every single piece of software, whereas now it is just part of windows. Very nice for the user, at face value.

      But, what this means is that now it would be really hard for another OS to compete. PK Zip is still available, as freeware, OK. But what has happened to the people who designed it? By zeroing the value of other peoples products this way, it is very hard for a new concept in computer architecture or OS design to get off the ground.

      Not knowing the particulars of PK Zip, I can’t say it is the best example, but I hope that illustrates why such ‘generosity’ amounts to a dirty trick.

      As far back as the 1990s it was said that Microsoft had kept computing back 10 years or more, and this is the how and why.

      Creating dependence is Bills style through and through, and right now he is holding the whole world to ransom with this fake dependency. I just hope and pray that many world leaders see through his little game and give him short shrift.

  10. pill says:

    Download this video via IPFS (ipfs-desktop):
    QmRzwfL4ExJRQDrSL1SGrEcqqzF5whWZFJ3isanmFG7vkH

    If anyone thinks this decentralized Youtube alternative might be a good or a bad idea, please let me know.

    • mkey says:

      I think it might be a good or a bad idea, pill. Being indecisive makes me always right. Or is it never wrong?

      On a more serious note, thanks for the reference, I was unaware of this desktop product.

      • mkey says:

        I have to say, this looks like one resource hungry application for what it is. Almost 400MB of RAM for a simple client, I can’t wrap my mind around that.

        But anyway, I surely need to get more involved with using IPFS.

        • San*A says:

          it looks interesting,the basic idea is good.
          initiatives likes this are worth investigating
          cz we might become dependant on it in the very near future.

          • pill says:

            I’m still not sure how we could become dependant on the IPFS system alone. So far, we could get the video hashes from corbettreport.com – or just download the video file directly. Those who stay on Youtube won’t know about new videos if they’re deleted, so they won’t have the hash either.

            On the other hand, there’s Dtube as a sort of Youtube alternative, where each video could be referenced with an IPFS video hash (other sources are possible). What I don’t like about Dtube is that you cannot delete a video after you’ve made a mistake, apparently.

            On the third hand, I wonder how reliable such a decentralized system can be. What if you want to download a new Corbett Report video while all other members are asleep and have their computers turned off.

            I think IPFS is a powerful tool but it may not be realistic to use it exclusively.

  11. Hotfoot says:

    Perspectives on the Pandemic | Professor Knut Wittkowski Update Interview

    New interview with Prof Wittowski

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0Q4naYOYDw&feature=emb_logo

    (I have downloaded this and saved it in case it goes AWOL from youtube)

    Found link on 21stcenturywire.com

  12. MrMagoo says:

    Excellent research and writing, Mr. Corbett. I’m glad someone out here has the skills to really make us question so-called “philanthropy.” The word is creepy to me anyways, “anthropophile” might give it a more accurate connotation. These billionaires are mad scientists and children playing in a sandbox, honestly. Very sick. Thanks for the content, James. On point, as always.

  13. Sunny says:

    Superb video! Thank you very much! I found it to be very interesting and informative. And a pleasure to watch quality wise.

    Can’t wait for the next episode.

  14. debra.b says:

    James, you always pull it all together extraordinarily well. And, Broc West. Thank you both! Can’t wait for next week!

    PS New member. Thank you CR community for all the info you provide all day, every day as well. Much appreciated.

    • generalbottlewasher says:

      Welcome Aboard Debra.b
      You are a valuable contribution too. Lets hear what’s going on in your neck of the woods. Glade you have joined the community.

      • debra.b says:

        Thank you generalbottlewasher! I’m in US, reside in State of Connecticut, in a county which is considered its’ CV “hotspot”. Lucky us! Also, my county has always been treated as a sort of pseudo Borough of NYC, so mass hysteria there, same here. I last left my house March 19. State locked down March 20. I’m health compromised, nearly 50 yrs old. But, the reason I’ve not left my house is because my daughter is thoroughly traumatized by this whole event. As is my youngest sister. I live with my 72 yr old, healthy as the day is long mother. She also stays home as not to traumatize them both further. They truly believe we would be risking our lives by leaving the house. Masks are mandatory here, gloves are public shaming mandated. My mom & I visit w/ my Sister & her 3 children in our backyard, perfectly anti-social distanced apart. Same with my daughter & my 2 month old grandson. My other sister secretly visits inside the house, but keeps distance. We all live within 5 miles of each other. We’re a tight knit family sliced apart like a pie. I can’t get through to my family on any sensible level.

        The fear and desperation has taken such a strong hold where I live. They’re willing to give miles for an inch, it seems. It breaks my heart. I honestly don’t see how any of this can be undone. And, I really don’t want to see what awaits on the other side of this disaster. Phase 1 is barreling towards us carrying with it “contact tracing’ spy monsters, mass scale faux finger prick blood testing, more mass censorship, more mass mind control, and on and on. All I can do is learn, keep a watchful eye and warn, even if it falls on deaf ears.

        • debra.b says:

          PS. GBW, Forgot to say, I read on another thread how you are separated from your partner in life. I’m sorry for you and for her. I hope she will be able to make her way back to you soon.

        • CQ says:

          Hey there, debra.b, yeah, I know what county is treated like a borough of NYC, because a chunk of my 36 years in CT included living in that very county (in Greenwich, New Canaan, and Old Norwalk, to be precise) and commuting to Manhattan.

          Have you ever met Richard Grove, BTW? He lives somewhere in CT, possibly near New Haven.

          I don’t even try to “reach” the part of my family who lives upstate from you, in Canton, because they would be unable to handle the truth emotionally.

          Having two immunocompromised sisters has made me acutely aware of and responsive to their needs. One sister, though, has become very active in the “vaccine awareness” movement, and that has helped her be willing to open her eyes to more and more of the truth. I don’t overload her with other info, though, because she can bear it in only small doses.

          Anyway, all this is to say that I, along with others here, can relate to you, and I join GBW in wishing you well.

          Signed,
          Connecticut Nutmegger-turned-Texan CQ

          • debra.b says:

            Thank you “Connecticut Nutmegger-turned-Texan CQ”! 🙂 Ya know, I nearly turned Texan myself some years ago, but I came back after a few months. I can’t be separate from my immediate family. Doesn’t work for me. But, I totally understand the benefits of not living here.

            Wow, so you really know, likely far better than myself I’d say, about little old Fairfield county. CT.. I very much appreciate your sharing that. I grew up in Newtown (yes, I attended the infamous SHook elementary school for 6 miserable yrs of my life). I moved to Stratford when I was 16 and live here still. I worked in Westport for about 15 years and from there through my career I became well acquainted with the surrounding towns as well. Mostly all the residents in Westport commuted to Manhattan while us workers bees commuted to offices in Westport. It was something I observed more and more over the years and have since reflected back on it as well. Somewhat of a strange occurrence.

            I have not met Richard Grove, unfortunately.. I’ve been to New Haven countless times over the years, but never came across him as far as I know.

            I don’t attempt to impart to either of my younger sisters all that I’ve learned either. They know of what I’ve learned through personal experiences dealing with the government. Which is to say, they know I neither trust nor take part in anything to do with the so called government. They understand what the government put me through emotionally, so they at least respect what I do say. My mother on the other hand is very open minded and listens to everything I tell her. She gets scared at times and then I back off. The truth can be harsh. And, as you say, too much to handle emotionally and I know the limits of each of my family members. With my son and daughter I don’t hold back nor sugar coat. They both take it in stride.

            I feel for your sisters. And for you, as I am aware the toll illness takes on those who care for you. I have serious health issues as well. I fought back for years, but finally took me out in 2008. That’s why I now live with my mother. I lost everything I worked for fighting back, including my house. I was lucky I had somewhere to go and strong support with my family.

            And now, I’ve said far more than I set out to. I have a tendency to ramble and I’ve no intention of
            hijacking a thread nor to pull it off topic. I know that’s poor etiquette, so I apologize if I’ve done so.

            Thank you CQ, for your words and your kindness. Much appreciated. Debra

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Debra,
              Dr. Brownstein – COVID Cases on YouTube have been working very well for me in ‘bringing down the fear’.
              You hear cases saying: “I thought I was going to die.”
              Here is a story of a lady who had it for over a month, was in the hospital but left because they weren’t helping her get well.
              https://youtu.be/fdat7OrEnK8

              Perhaps sharing it with family members might help. There are profound successful actions in his series of videos.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Laraine Abbey-Katzev RN, MS, CNS has a short write-up which jives well with Dr. Brownstein.
                Can We Combat COVID-19 With Nutrients?
                https://www.activistpost.com/2020/04/can-we-combat-covid-19-with-nutrients.html

              • debra.b says:

                Thank you HomeRemedySupply. I’ve been reading many of your informative posts and I will take a look at this link and other info you provide.

                Would that I could get my sister to hear a few mere words I say without near instant argument. I historically don’t argue with my sister because once her mind is made up she will not back down. Plus, my mother is super sensitive when she feels we’re fighting each other because she grew up in a highly volatile, abusive environment. She’s got some deep wounds. On the flip side, this is also why she has always had an instinct for questioning certain authority and why she is open minded. My daughter will listen to a point, she also already knows my views in general. And yet, she’ll ask me to stop or I’ll sense it’s too much for her. I can’t even wake them up to what would have been merely a common sense discussion a couple months ago. My sister in particular is glued to CNN and refers often to what she reads on Fakebook. She knows how I feel about Fakebook, yet when I said that doctors and nurses are being laid off. She responded with, “No they’re not. Not from what I’ve read on Facebook.” She now considers FB comments valid on the ground reports even though she doesn’t personally know the people posting the comments or says they’re a “friend of a friend of a friend……” which doesn’t equate to knowing them in my book.
                Well, you get the idea. I will tread careful and keep trying somehow. I know I won’t be able to stop myself. 😉 Thanks again! Debra

            • CQ says:

              debra.b, am grateful you have family — and they have you — near ‘n’ dear!

              Am also grateful you attended SHook Elementary well before it turned into SHoax (hook ’em with a hoax, huh?). 🙂

              Please give my never-left-behind-Nutmegger-heart best to your sisters and mom, and take good care of yourself, new friend. CQ

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Debra.b, thank you for your kind thoughts. Fear can paralyze people, making it hard to make rational decisions. Sue is a skittish filly every day without all this craziness. I will leave this for you to help eliminate any fear you may be having over this scam-demic. A good con man will introduce an irritant to induce fear or panic. This irritation that has been introduced is sufficient and can be deadly if you might be compromised and believe in the present medical system , who by the way is in on the grift.
          John Titus has some ideas on the scam, con, grift. I hope this comforts any fears you may have.

          https://youtu.be/mD-jBdU2vQA

          • debra.b says:

            “Fear can paralyze people, making it hard to make rational decisions.”

            Indeed! Thank you GBW! I’ll have a look at the link. My anxiety levels are high for sure, as does depression oft set in. To keep head above water during these extreme trauma exercises can feel impossible at times.

            I agree about the medical system. As I am firmly entrenched in it. Unfortunately for me, my invisible ankle monitor otherwise known as disability relies on my keeping supervision by doctors, several doctors. And, not a surprise, medicare insurance through a private insurance company does not cover naturopathic medicine. They barely cover mental health, even though they require that type of care for me. Out of pocket expenses take most of my money leaving little for non covered therapies that I have used in the past and have had success with. Over the years since I first was struck ill, my body has continued to attack itself. Doctors do not know why. I believe I do because I know what set it off, but only one of my doctors actually listens to me. As a result, my body is breaking down, in some ways beyond repair. I allowed one surgery under duress and I regret it, but it is what it is.

            Thank you for offering comfort. This is a massive con happening in plain sight for certain.

            • eat my cake says:

              dear SW conn.,
              Your difficulty in sharing the deception angle with family or friends is a topic that someone must be writing a dissertation on, or perhaps already has. It is a common sad fact amongst any humans I’ve met, well put by Sam Clemens, and but James has quoted this as well as many others, especially over the past 2 decades. It goes something like: Its much easier to fool someone, than it is to convince them that they’ve been fooled. Understanding that phenomenon, a complete psychological deconstruction of that sad dynamic amongst humanity is likely a big key to how and why the pyramid of powerful cowards can exist at all.

              if you figure out how to pierce that bubble let us all know.

              • debra.b says:

                “Your difficulty in sharing the deception angle with family or friends is a topic that someone must be writing a dissertation on, or perhaps already has.”

                Dear eat my cake,
                I’m guessing someone already has. 🙂

                What lies behind my difficulty is actually very simple. I choose my family above all else. If ultimately I can’t get them to wake up, if I run out of time and I have to go down with them, so be it. I’m not afraid for myself or afraid to die. I’ve lived my life. I am afraid of what they’ll face if it’s too late to stop or even slow those powerful cowards. Whether that’s foolish or hypocritical or whatever else. It’s the truth. Mine anyway.

                So, are you from SW conn? Or do you just know where it is? Oh, and btw, I have 2 friends left . One who shares my views and the other who doesn’t thinks I’ve turned cynical, but is still my friend.

  15. ben.r says:

    Thanks for your thorough research and clear reporting.
    Maybe he is not all bad, even if we have to protect ourselves from his recent initiatives. Maybe he is being manipulated by forces or interest that even he does not see, myopia and all.

    • Alchemist says:

      I watched a French interview about the Gates documentary and the man being interviewed detests everything Gates is doing, but came to the conclusion that Gates genuinely believes what he’s doing is good for mankind. I don’t know if I buy that, but I thought it was interesting. I DO find it strange that Gates has basically become the poster boy of evil. It makes me wonder.. with all eyes on him, is there something else we’re not looking at? I don’t know the answer. Either way, the poster has to come down.

      • alexandre says:

        Hi there. What we’re not looking at is behind Bill and the gang, which is a darkness we can’t see. Bill is the new David (R), i.e. a public (visible) executive for the old darkness behind. They believe they’re doing good as much as someone killing ants in the garden is keeping it clean and neat. It’s hard to try to imagine how the mind of eugenicists work without being one. Don’t try to imagine how a psychopath thinks based on what YOU think. You wouldn’t rape a 5 years old boy, but for them it’s like eating a bar of chocolate. They are, to what a normal person would be, literally aliens. Nothing of how their mind work resembles any sort of normality, and yet, from their perspective, it’s perfectly normal. (Public executives like Bill and David are actors who can act [more or less] normal in public space, and that’s their job). A man once said that the government is not lunatic. They’re all perfectly sane, but inside a lunatic framework. I’ve been in places where many very rich people were present and I could feel clearly, albeit remotely, what their world is like. For once it’s so far away from the rest of humanity that it’s like another species – and these were way down below in the scale. They were only rich, not billionaires. But already you could feel this other dimension. Trying to imagine what higher ups are like is simply impossible. The best we can do is take some small examples and extrapolate. And at least we have around us the end result of their “work” to have a good idea.

        I agree focusing too much on Bill could distract from the target, but at the same time it’s a reference point. The damage the Rockefellers did in the world will continue with the Gates, defining very well what the Hindus called “Kaliyuga”, the last 4th stage, that can only end with the coming of Kalki the Destroyer. Maybe Bill is Kalki and after his job is done, the new cycle can start again.

        MBP calls what I write hyperbole (maybe even auxesis!), but look around and see if hyperbole is even possible today.

      • ben.r says:

        Thanks for your observations.

        Is it possible that a lot of his critics, such as the French commentator, are simply jealous?

        If the common concern here and now is health, starting with private health, yours and mine, health freedom, and blocking the idea of mandated vaccines, extending your metaphor, let us not try to take down his poster. His poster will be up as long as he is alive and coherent.

        Let us put up another poster, possibly next to his poster, with a beautiful woman asking simple questions, such as:

        1. Is it possible that vaccines are not safe and effective for everybody?

        2. If vaccines are safe, then how do you explain the fact that the US government (in secret “vaccine court” sessions) has paid out more than four billion dollars to people or to the families of people who have been injured by vaccines? How do you explain the fact that in the US vaccine manufacturers are free of any liability for the consequences of their products, unlike all other manufacturers, such as food, cars, and so on?

        3. The current vaccine cartel (Pfizer, GSK, Sanofi, and Merck) are serial felons. For their other products, in the last ten years or so, they have paid out a total of more than thirty-five billion dollars in criminal penalties for falsifying test data, defrauding the regulator, bribing doctors, and intentionally selling products that they knew would harm some people. So regarding vaccines, have they somehow found Jesus?

        Particularly to the undecided, or to the zombies who are now walking around with facemasks, gloves, and lathering themselves with hand sanitizer, or even to friends and family that are still watching tv and believing what they hear about vaccines, and so on, then perhaps asking these questions will prompt them to think and to look at another poster instead.

        Of course, some people just want to believe in vaccines. If they have been trained to believe in vaccines, or if their salary depends on their believing in vaccines, then no reason, logic, or question can reach them, but for the rest, perhaps asking these questions privately and publicly, will prompt them to think and then to resist.

        None of these questions are original to me. There is an excellent, free webinar still online for a day or two called “The Truth about Vaccines”, including interviews with knowledgeable doctors and evidence.

        • Alchemist says:

          Ben.r- truth about cancer / truth about vaccines are both must-watch series. Great team putting those together!

          Many of Gates’ critics probably saw a comment or meme heckling him that made them laugh, so, needing a villain to pin blame on, they followed the ‘hate Gates’ crowd. The rest, I’d say, are truly disgusted by his actions.

          Your idea to counter evil with beauty and gentleness is good (and it’s easy to spot the sickos when those virtues are brought forth- it drives them mad). That’s the way to win. Light conquers darkness.

          • eat my cake says:

            good idea to invert the propatainment. The media is clearly the biggest weapon that has half the population by the short and curlies. in Tibetan Buddhist energy work (from the “Tibetan book of living and dying”) the antidote to the negative aspect of any gesture is its polar opposite; i.e.. a tendency towards greed can be countered with generosity, or pride can be dissolved with selfless service, and so on.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        …the conclusion that Gates genuinely believes what he’s doing is good for mankind.

        I think that many sociopaths believe what they are doing is for the good.

        Examples:
        ~~Neocons – America as the dominate force of the world is a “good thing”, and justifies anything necessary to achieve that.

        ~~Rockefeller – Rockefeller family in control is a “good thing”. It benefits the Rockefeller family, because they know what is best. …what is best, benefits the Rockefeller family.

        During this COVID era, we are noticing how those who have lusted for power their entire careers, the technocrats, are administering “What is best” “What is good” with their mandates.

        To me, this era highlights the sick mind-think of those who want to dictate and control the lives of others, to administrate how others should live.

        Many grunts think this control is okay.
        Not this here grunt.

      • Alchemist says:

        Now I remember. It was Lionel Astruc, author of ‘L’art de la fausse générosité’ (the art of false generosity)

        https://youtu.be/Dqzt6yAmdDE

      • mik says:

        “…with all eyes on him, is there something else we’re not looking at?”
        Sure, tonnes of things happening at the same time, but billy is unique mf and deserves special attention.
        Also, people are asking who is the villain when something is wrong.
        Bill is just perfect villain and excellent narrative can be made. Maybe I sound sarcastic, however…it’s true.

        “…Gates genuinely believes…”
        Billions of people believe in fairy tales they’ve been fed with. Humans have perfected the art of deceiving themselves.

  16. pearl says:

    That slippery, little, arrogant shit; the deposition segment reminded me of Bill Clinton’s “depends on what the meaning of is is”.

    Much appreciated, James and Broc. I’m looking forward to part 2.

    • Hotfoot says:

      Even at that youthful age, you can see his benevolence shine through. You’d have to be mad to not want your children protected by Bill’s shots in the arm!

      I read these points recently:

      Imagine being able to announce your intention to kill 900 million people.
      Imagine devising a plan so cunning that people line up to be complicit in their own murders.
      Imagine having the resources to put that plan into action and the power to publicly share your intention without any fear of repercussions.
      This is pure psychopathy.

      • pearl says:

        “Even at that youthful age, you can see his benevolence shine through. You’d have to be mad to not want your children protected by Bill’s shots in the arm!”

        Haha! Exactly.

        Add to those scary points patent number WO2020060606 of the “Cryptocurrency System Using Body Activity Data” (I’d be interested to learn how that number was assigned. By a wise and wary inside clerk is my guess).

      • CQ says:

        Hotfoot, what horrifyingly accurate points those are! Too bad they aren’t merely “imaginary,” huh?

        Yes, it’s pure psychopathy, alright. It’s also an example of how pure evil casts its hypnotic spell on its en-TRANCE-d victims. Hence the need for alertness, wakefulness, as you well know.

        Aside: At the 12:49 mark in the video, there’s a blue-gloved hand with “Stop coronavirus” sloppily scribbled on two strips of masking tape slapped on its palm. When I hastily read the words, I thought they said: “Stop coronyism”! I’m serious!

        Would that be called a Freudian glance? 🙂

        • Hotfoot says:

          “Bill, just for the record, could you perhaps clarify for us exactly what you mean when you say we can lower global population by 10 to 15 percent through the use of vaccines?”

          (…10 second silence…)

          “I’m not sure what you mean by ‘clarify'”

  17. dooglio says:

    Thanks again, James, for yet another brilliant and well researched piece!

    There is one exception I’ll take–I think the US gov’t’s anti-trust lawsuit was bogus and pointless, but at least the footage shows how weasly Gates is. Like Pearl said above, so much like Bill Clinton!

  18. alexandre says:

    I don’t know if Corbett saw my QFC some time ago, where I asked “Is Bill Gates the new Rockefeller?”, but that was one hell of a response.

    Thank you, James. I guess every century has the Rockefeller it deserves.

  19. Suki says:

    James is it true that Gates has the patents on Coronavirus? I recently heard this from Rashid Buttar (he like yourself is someone with integrity) but not from anywhere else. If true, this really needs exposing as this is very significant.

  20. Truth seeker says:

    Here is good find from CDC. According to the CDC document, only 11,356 deaths from Covid 19 as of april 11, 2020. Link. So we have to close down america for this ? https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/health_policy/Provisional-Death-Counts-COVID-19-Pneumonia-and-Influenza.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2vt96KhyWTpkEjfb-b3DjMmDlxZwSqw4hHDEHUjJu6yiwTLwTGRvdkBmQ

    • mkey says:

      And that’s “confirmed or presumed”. Presumed is Alice in the Wonderlan type of stuff, while confirmed ones are very much open to discussion.

  21. cbsk says:

    “Bill Gates Admits Vaccines Are Used for Human Depopulation” https://youtu.be/xqAGasF6Hfo

  22. cbsk says:

    from memory there were a few countries the foundation was kicked out of “BILL AND MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION KICKED OUT OF INDIA” https://steemit.com/life/@pranavsinha/bill-and-melinda-gates-foundation-kicked-out-of-india

  23. Truth seeker says:

    Lawyer exposes fautci, governors and cdc. https://youtu.be/C2CsNqHFx68

  24. manbearpig says:

    I’m wondering if anyone else saw this photo that MagicBullet had linked on the latest NWNW page:

    “…Bill’s dad with Rockefeller, Soros, Turner, PR persons (AKA Journalists), etc…”

    https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1542-new-world-next-week-with-james-evan-pilato/#comment-81535

    The article it comes from entitled “Leading Philanthropists Get Carnegie Medals” by Tamar Lewin, published on Dec. 11, 2001

    is a concise reminder of who’s piloting the creation of the NWO.

    nytimes.com/2001/12/11/nyregion/leading-philanthropists-get-carnegie-medals.html

  25. debra.b says:

    Hey there. New member, not new to CR though. Been lurking around for nearly 5 yrs. 🙂

    Sorry if this was already posted…. I thought this was a good interview. Derek Broze w/ Whitney Webb

    “Exposing the Epstein-Wexler-Trump-Clinton-Gates Mafia”

    She goes over some great stuff including about Gates and his ties to Epstein. Also, about intelligence ties between US and Israel that go back decades. And, she directs to checking out James’ interview with Catherine Austin Fitts at one point, I can’t remember exactly where, but it was in response to one of Derek’s questions. I put both bitchute and YT links below. YT I think will likely take this down.

    I’ve read Whitney’s articles as well. They’re quite a bit to take in, for me at least, but I thought good reads. Her articles referenced in this interview are in video show notes. Hope I gave enough info about what the interview contains. It’s sort of difficult to summarize.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/1ARiSCFzP9o/

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1ARiSCFzP9o&time_continue=1&feature=emb_logo

    • alexandre says:

      Ahh, debra, you were just squatting there, eh?
      Thanks for the video. I haven’t heard of her(Webb). Or have I? Watching now.

    • pearl says:

      5 Years?! Well it’s about time, Debra! 😉 Welcome aboard! And thanks for those links! Speaking of digging in the past, I was listening to a golden oldie earlier this week: a lecture given in 1976 by Antony Sutton. The latter portion struck me in light of what we’re entering into now:

      https://archive.org/details/Socialism-AToolOfTheCapitalistElite–AntonySutton1976Lecture

    • Miss Terious says:

      Whitney Webb is now working with Last American Vagabond and has recently produced some great new information from a lengthy discussion with Maria Farmer, one of the first victims of Epstein to come forward.

      https://www.thelastamericanvagabond.com/interviews/epstein-victim-maria-farmer-speaks-with-whitney-webb-full-phone-call-part-1/

      Although its been overshadowed by the plandemic, it is important material everyone should be familiar with. One of the things I got out of it is a pretty strong conviction that Trump is controlled, probably with blackmail. Far from being there to ‘drain the awamp’, Trump is there to make sure there are limits on how far this can go and ensure the real perpetrators can continue their activities.

      Another absolute, must-see interview is Dr Andrew Kaufman on London Real. He goes through every aspect of the current situation. He is devastating in his delivery. He is super coherent and logical throughout, dismantling the pieces of this psyop with amazing clarity. Anyone who wants to know what is really going on must see this video, it is much better than anything else I’ve seen involving Kaufman.

      https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=8AA43RU3GDBG

      • pearl says:

        With that glowing introduction, I gotta see this London Real interview! Thanks MissTerious.

        Your conclusion on Trump sounds right to me. I started that interview between Webb and Farmer last weekend but had to put it on hold, then forgot all about it, so this was a most necessary reminder. Thanks again!

        • CQ says:

          pearl, I second Miss Terious’ approbation of Whitney’s interview with her “new employer” (so to speak), Ryan Cristian of TLAV.

          Even though someone mentioned the Kaufman interview on London Real before, my appetite for watching it wasn’t whetted ’til I read Miss T.’s “glowing introduction.” So off to London I tromp right now, ladies . . .

          P.S. Maria Farmer is one brave survivor — a true hero.

      • alexandre says:

        Trump is not “controlled”. He’s IN the gang, he doesn’t need to be controlled. People have to stop idolizing the position called “The President of the United States”. He’s a scumbag like all the others. I say that because Broze says many people signed off the interview when they link Trump to Epstein. I see this everywhere, people trying to say Trump is controlled or he “didn’t know”, “he’s trying to do the best he can”, and such BS. Please. He’s the lowest vomit bag possible, that’s why he is president, that’s why he grabs women’s … thingies….and that’s why he’s buddy-buddy with the lowest forms of human organisms. The fact that he is THE PRESIDENT is symptomatic and says much more about the people’s mental state than anything else.

        Sorry Miss Terious, this is not aimed at you, it’s just a general comment on this devotion to the presidency as if it’s some devine thing or something.

        (Is “buddy-buddy” correct? My English….och…)

        • manbearpig says:

          Well, Noam Chomsky, the person you described as being “the most important intellectual alive” seems to put great stock in the power of POTUS as evidenced in your recently linked video with him.

          and, I’d agree with you on this point:

          “Trump is not “controlled”. He’s IN the gang”

        • Miss Terious says:

          My views are unchanged after reviewing your remarks. I still believe they’ve got something on him. I never said he wasn’t a vomit bag, nor did I suggest that he’s trying to do the best he can. I am no fan, supporter or advocate for Trump. Anyone reading this, please don’t associate me with the kind of views alexandre is referring to.

          • alexandre says:

            Yes, I made that clear, that it wasn’t aimed at you, but just a general comment.

            • Miss Terious says:

              What you said was in response to my post. You attempted to erect a straw man by framing me as having qanon/trump loving views without any justification. After doing all this, you then backed out of it at the end with a weak retraction after the damage was done. If you needed to say, “Sorry”, then clearly, in your own mind, you realised there was a need for an apology of some kind.

              I agree with that at least.

              • alexandre says:

                Ok then. I replied what I replied because it is obvious that there’s something needed for many – including you – to be understood before anything else, which is that the perspective that makes many people, and you, believe that PRESIDENTS have any power whatsoever is obviously a fantasy, specially at this stage. I tried to demystify the position of “the president of the United States the-most-powerful-man-in-the-whole-world” that seems to be an irremovable enchantment in the majority of the minds. I just didn’t want to be offensive and didn’t want to give the impression that it was aimed at you specifically, but of course it was at you also, since you make clear in your writing that this perspective is still predominant, making your writing ambiguous. “Trump is a puppet” – what does that really mean? If that is followed by “how do they keep him in check?” or “they have something on him”, it is obvious that you, and many others, don’t understand what the basic structure is, which is something so fundamental that I think should be already understood. Many discussions look like people talking about Mahler without having any idea of what a simple basic triad is. That’s all.

                I’m sorry if you got offended, it wasn’t my intention – there are much easier ways to offend people should that be the intention.

              • pearl says:

                Alexandre, you are a most gracious gentleman, and I very much appreciate your expressing your reservations which never fall by the wayside, but always get me thinking and wondering.

          • eat my cake says:

            the Miss Lolita flight logs show clinton and trump’s names. sure looks and sounds like same game different tie. Its gonna take big heart to transmute this swampy thing

        • Miss Terious says:

          Your post has made me thoughtful. Of course I agree that Trump is ‘in the gang’. I never said he wasn’t. However I want people to consider that he has a very shady past involving Epstein. His limited power is now exposed, that’s clear. He won’t be disrupting the psyop in any significant way, and his objections are nothing more than distractions. It is possible that these limits are defined to some degree by what they have on him.

          Remember there is no honor amongst thieves, pedophiles, murderers and similar. Every gang has to operate this way. How else would they maintain their unity of appearances when one may be required to make a sacrifice? (ie. lose an election). Loyalty? NO, that is ridiculous. These people don’t know loyalty.

          What exactly was the nature of Trump’s association with Epstein? Can anyone say? Why did they hang out together so much? Everything that happened with Epstein was recorded. Every house was bugged and surveilled to the nth degree. Until we know, what I’ve suggested remains possible.

          • alexandre says:

            It is possible, but to me it sounds like saying that Corleone has something on Luca Brasi. I think – what your comment made me think – it’s a matter of rank. Different ranks. Trump’s limited (or actually non-existent) power is not due to anything they have on him, but the fact that he’s a lower rank (in a lower rank?). Presidents preside, this is what must be understood, that’s why they’re “presidents”; they don’t own the company, so they have no power. Their job is to manage the company (country) and sell the company’s ideology to the workers (people) to get them “motivated” (singing the anthem, believing in constitutions, democracy etc). They’re managers. Maybe the manager does have some “power” over a clerk or something, but it doesn’t mean anything in the grand scheme. Epstein was the same rank as Trump and maybe they did have their differences – Whitney explains something about a real estate thing that Trump got the better of and Epstein was mad and their relationship ended there etc? Hey, maybe Trump got Epstein destroyed and killed, like you have to have your “kill” to go up a rank in the gang, who knows. Bush Jr had Sadam, Obama had Osama, you know, every goon must have a kill to “get a-head” (sorry about that). But those are lower soldiers, and when captains, majors and generals come into the room, they “stand at attention”, like Trump stands when Faucci speaks, for example. Just some more food for thought. In any case the mindset is one when you think “they have something on him” and another when you think military + mafia and ranks. In one he’s a true leader of a nation; on the other he’s just a goon. That’s the shift in perspective I’m proposing, which to me is so important to understand the basics of the structure of this farce called “government”. That should be conspiracy 101 in schools.

            • Miss Terious says:

              I regard Trump as a mindless puppet. He has no power. How is he kept in check? He is too egotistical and psychologically abusive to be trusted with anything.

              According to Maria Farmer, Trump’s first wife, Ivana, who is Ivanka’s mother, I think, was involved in the procurement of children with Ghislaine Maxwell. By 1996, Farmer was so convinced that Trump was involved in Epstein’s activities he was one of the first people she named to the FBI. She informs us that Maxwell was extensively involved with the “royal” family going way back into the 1980’s, long before “prince” Andrew and her were supposed to have met.

              Farmer is credible. I think there is more to this story.

            • Miss Terious says:

              alexandre,

              No, you do not know what I believe about Trump.

              You have mischaracterised me, and continue to erect the same straw man, which is that, according to you, “there’s something I need to understand…that the perspective that makes many people, and you, believe that PRESIDENTS have any power whatsoever is obviously a fantasy, specially at this stage.”

              Nothing I said could be used to derive these assumptions and baseless judgements. Furthermore, to paint yourself as having all knowledge about how the system works is ridiculous. Your words have the character of a mindless, angry, drunken rant.

              Use my words, but do not put words in my mouth, alexandre.

              For the record, here’s what I said specifically about Trump’s situation, “I regard Trump as a mindless puppet. He has no power.”

      • debra.b says:

        Hi Miss Terious,
        Yes. I agree. Whitney Webb has done and is doing important work. I only recently, a month or so ago came across her work and am trying to read her articles as well as view her interviews. It’s feeling like a race against time with this plandemic crisis. Anyway, she has many articles posted on the TLAV site that I have read and would recommend. I listened to the Maria Farmer phone call and it’s so disturbing, very tough to listen to. I will watch the London Real interview as soon as I can.

        Trump has always seemed a mafia gangster type to me. I agree with your assessment that he is a puppet. I think he had an overblown sense of self importance and now is finding out just how meaningless he is.

        • Miss Terious says:

          Yes, she’s a true journalist, a rare thing. According to the phone call, she could soon be talking with Virginia Giuffre. There is still another part of the interview to be released. More details are coming to light and the context is starting to fill in. I am glad Whitney is on the case, because she is very thorough in her research.

          • debra.b says:

            She’s so rare, I’m almost taken aback. She’s very brave. And, for the life of me I don’t know how she keeps all of that information straight in her head. Always a smile on her face, yet she’s tough as nails. I am glad she decided to release the entire phone call. The victims coming forward are extremely brave.

  26. Octium says:

    Excellent Doco James and Broc!

    It’s pretty clear that he intends to make everyone take the vaccine with the numbers he is outlining here in this story today.

    Bill Gates says the world would need as many as 14 billion doses of a coronavirus vaccine to stop the virus
    https://www.businessinsider.com.au/bill-gates-14-billion-doses-coronavirus-vaccine-may-be-needed-2020-5?r=US&IR=T

    “We need to manufacture and distribute at least 7 billion doses of the vaccine, that number could be 14 billion, if it’s a multi-dose vaccine.” He said the vaccines should be distributed as soon as the first batch is ready to go.

    So it sounds like everyone gets a vaccine, regardless if or not if you have already been exposed to coup vid-19 or not.

    I take that as a threat against my person for the purposes of self defense.

  27. terence.s says:

    Excellent video James, Gates is another Rockeffer, with of course money, crash the dollar.

  28. eat my cake says:

    Can the alarm clock clang any louder? and round and round goes the “you just cant make this stuff up” wheel of misfortune.

    as for the few comments above that attempt to pardon or balance what is gearing up to be a quick glimpse at unrivalled brutality, I suggest maybe double your red pill dose until you can accept that lies do get foisted, and these grouchy bills are either genius at it or are lost in anasogia (a fancy name for “not being conscious at the time” used in courts to pardon mass murderers and such). This idea, which is unprovable, may have some shards of truth, but if it is true at all, that humans can act without any awareness, then so is the factor of serial liars believing their lies are truth.. Its messy, dubious, and ffs when it looks and smells like it, then most likely it is.

    Bill’s concern over answering directly about even whether he had “concern”, was showing that he had something to hide. Its a waste of energy proving he’s off chops, of course he is; the money question is “what are we going to do about him and the horse he’s riding?”

    I’m looking for ideas. If I had a good one we might not be having these discouraging days of the sprung lie. alas i’ve grappled for nearly two decades with the question, and it sure would be nice to have a reliable antidote.

    Even when the bad guys are so exposed they still trundle on. I spose its because they own the guns and minds of the storm troopers, and soon a whole lot of witch hunters. I cant help drawing parallels to ww2 (fivjee on every lamp post like automatic unmanned guns on the berlin wall, and every other neighbour paid to spy on every other neighbour). Or imagining the efficacy of continued assault and getting away with it as having a back-up that’s out of reach of any/all investigative journalism, because its unseen or hiding Antarctica or because maybe nobody’s in charge? One doesn’t have to get esoteric to admit that far greater intelligence than ours has left finger prints (evidenced by the monolithic constructs everywhere. Is it we the sheep-frogs, being herded by various intergalactic concerns? or are we the rotting caterpillar in cacoon soon to be,,,(also guided by a higher intelligence)? or are we mighty forests albeit infiltrated with arsonists. Or is this just another Kalijuga; if Hinduism has it right, better harden the fuck up, cause we’ve still got another 355,000 “human” years to go.

    One ah-ha moment was the shot of tony standing significantly shorter than the already small bill. No absolutes intended, I’ve got brilliant relatively less tall friends,, but there is something about why upright-Bass players can be extra tall, chilled/relaxed and gentle.

    great work james, thanks

  29. mkey says:

    John Titus kicks more FED ass.

    Bad Vibes in the Pan-depression
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mD-jBdU2vQA

    • manbearpig says:

      Holy cow. That was one awesomely concise explanation that pretty much encapsulates the entire scam in a single schematic nutshell-slide. Polished, well-edited opening describing the dis-ease we’re all feeling along with the humanist message at the end that was also hard-hitting. I’ve subscribed. Thanks for linking.

  30. Mielia says:

    Is this in James’ sources among the recent articles already?
    https://foreignpolicy.com/2019/09/20/the-world-knows-an-apocalyptic-pandemic-is-coming/
    the CfR journal, author Laurie Garrett (mentions two books of him about the topic)
    from September 2019(!)
    mentions+links in first line the UN report https://apps.who.int/gpmb/assets/annual_report/GPMB_annualreport_2019.pdf from the same date
    of
    “…the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB), which was assembled last year in response to a request from the office of the U.N. secretary-general, and convened jointly by the World Bank and World Health Organization (WHO). Co-chaired by the former WHO head and former Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland…”
    I know James mentioned Brundtland in one of his recents reports again, so not unlikely this is already among his sources.

  31. Jed says:

    Nice work and thanks to all. I’m enjoying this series on Gates, as well as all the other documentaries archived here, great style, not too fast or slow and layered just right. Please keep ‘em coming. Nice edge to the comment section too, and shit-heaps of great links.
    Anything on Dr Alan Cantwell or Dr. L Horowitz around? I’ve been getting into some reading here as I think the Hep-B vax and AIDS cir 1979 is key. Any info I’d be much obliged.

  32. minnie says:

    I forgot to add this until now. I wonder if James has seen the work of Zed Phoenix on YouTube on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Annoyingly, Zed doesn’t provide show notes with links to his sources, some of which are unnamed insiders, but he does show some documentation in the videos. I’m not sure how much of it would be new information for James.

    I won’t provide a link, as the channel is easy to find under “Zed Phoenix”, which is a bizarre pseudonym for a man who used to be known as Ben Fellows. “Ben Fellows” did some very interesting investigative work, and ended up being unjustly jailed for perjury and later pardoned (if I remember rightly). He also got involved in some things which seemed a bit misguided and publicity-seeking, so some people have mixed feelings about him.

    I wouldn’t want that to put people off, as he is doing some excellent investigative work.

  33. HomeRemedySupply says:

    This Corbett Report Bill Gates Series will have a far reaching impact for years to come.

  34. Control Savvy says:

    Thank you so much for this report. I am looking forward to Part II.

  35. flammable says:

    What also was monopolized was the health crisis itself. For years the alt media and independent researchers have been covering the negative health effects from the globalist’s actions. GMOs, chemtrails, pollution, geoengineering, radiation, pharmaceutical drugs, increased EMFs, bioengineering, sterilization, warfare. These were dangerous actions that were going to lead to a massive increase in health problems. I knew it was coming and I thought people will wake up to it.

    But the powers that shouldn’t be came up with the ultimate scapegoat I never imagine would work. A new virus to blame everything on.
    Those decades of research and coverage, tons of criminal evidence, millions of followers were wiped out by a ridiculous viral pandemic narrative.

  36. fabrizio says:

    Hi James and friends, I think you may find this article interesting (it deals with the virus-fare background of COVID1984):
    http://dilyana.bg/project-g-2101-pentagon-biolab-discovered-mers-and-sars-like-coronaviruses-in-bats/

    Apologies if already posted.

    Fabrizio

  37. Foxlady says:

    Please investigate the context of one of the remedies for Corona19: Hydroxychloroquin(HCQ)and african and asian people who have got a G6PD deficiency (which makes them immune against Malaria)due to their genetics. But a cure or preventive measure which contains HCQ (which is also a part of anti Malaria medicine) may cause death for those people, so the suspicion is here:
    https://www.rubikon.news/artikel/der-pandemie-krimi

    This would fuel the dreams of world population reduction of some.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      My Doctor ran the G6PD deficiency blood test prior to any Ozone and Ultraviolet Light blood therapy.
      It is standard practice for Doctors trained in this therapy.
      I am Caucasian.

      I logged this on a SUB-THREAD of COVID Treatments…
      G6PD or glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase TESTING
      Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg warning

      Ozone & Ultraviolet Light Blood Therapy
      Vitamin C Intravenous Therapy
      Hydroxychloroquine

      https://www.corbettreport.com/this-is-the-global-reset-prepare-accordingly/#comment-79845

      There are other tests which trained Doctors also typically run prior to treatments.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        There are genetic traits which can make a person more susceptible to certain toxins or pollutants.

        William Marcus, PhD – Top EPA Scientist
        Genetic traits result in higher Lead levels for Blacks & Hispanics from Fluoridated Water.

        QUEUED VIDEO
        https://youtu.be/rQQn9LeK5rQ?t=31m38s

        • manbearpig says:

          Yea. That’s why I posted that stuff about blacks purportedly over-representing the number of corona virus cases supposedly all over the world. (thanks again mkey if I may be so bold)

          I was, in all my paranoia, thinking this provided an excuse for targeting blacks to be the first, priority “beneficiaries” of any vaccine that comes out and perhaps even one that might target certain genetic dispositions…

          😯

  38. SuperMom Belle says:

    A to-be-continued? You have US on pins & NEEDLES!
    (sorry, couldn’t help myself, LOL)

  39. joanne.w says:

    In April, 2020, a petition was drafted for the federal government to call on Congress to investigate the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for “medical malpractice & crimes against humanity.”

    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/we-call-investigations-bill-melinda-gates-foundation-medical-malpractice-crimes-against-humanity

  40. maddamon says:

    This is a great interview! https://youtu.be/bwIRQCQVSkM
    “Prof. Johan Giesecke Members of the Strategic and
    Technical Advisory Group for Infectious Hazards (STAG-IH):
    “Should I tell you what I really think? I almost never do this. I think what we seeing is a Sunami of a usually quite mild disease.” “Mild disease that most people would never even notice they were infected.”
    Question: So, the whole sure rationale for introducing this lockdown across Europe, that has created such unbelievable side effects and pretty much stopped the whole world on his tracks. You believe is a misguided policy and do you think is doing more harm than good”?

  41. Ukdavec says:

    Bill Gates will use your microchipped body to mine cryptocurrency

    Microsoft has patented a system that uses human biometrics such as body heat and brain-wave activity to mine cryptocurrency. The patent, filed under international patent number WO-2020-060606 and titled ‘Cryptocurrency System Using Body Data Activity’, leverages human body activity as proof-of-work.

    https://biohackinfo.com/news-microsoft-patent-wo2020060606-human-biometrics-crypto-mining/

    I will avoid the temptation of the patent number ……

  42. scpat says:

    Something concerning I’ve been thinking about in the last few days is the outrageous and belligerent campaign against Bill Gates in the comments sections of YouTube. It may, and most likely is, going on in other informations mediums. The funny thing about this is that there is no real way for me to prove this, but my sense tells me that there is a campaign being waged to make those who oppose Gates look like outrageous, unreasonable lunatics.

    Obviously there is reason to investigate Bill Gates. He is pushing vaccines big time–vaccines tattoos, vaccine passports, depopulation, etc. However, there seems to be an unintellectual belittling of Gates by YouTube commenters. Comments like, “Who is Bill Gates? The Anti-Christ. Simple as that.” There are also what I think of as justified comments that are unfavorable to Gates. But there seems to be a lot of nonsensical comments.

    James brought up the alternative media being given the rope to hang itself. Is this severe anti-Gates phenomenon in the same vein, or is this mostly genuine? Don’t know.

    • manbearpig says:

      I guess it pretty much comes down to the fact that “whatever you say can and will be used as evidence against you”.

      Whatever we say/do, if it is at all a hindrance, “they’ll” just transform it into a weapon wielded against “us”.

      Indeed, any use of the word “anti-christ”, for example, to describe that repugnant “philanthropist” and his cohorts, will hurt any credibility “we” might have and make “us” look like outrageous, unreasonable lunatics.

      so it could very well be, among other things, a largely exaggerated phenomenon by sunstein trolls.

      Also, as people have built their vision of the world on the delusion that their misleaders would never deliberately hurt or murder them,

      its very easy for “them” to stigmatize “us” using more or less sophisticated methods at their unlimited disposal.

      • scpat says:

        True. In a way, no matter what is said that is alternative to the mainstream consensus, it will be marginalized in some way, or outright removed from the conversation. The recent video of the 2 doctors comes to mind.

  43. Ethan Hunter says:

    Excellent work James!

    I can’t wait for your next week’s episode!

    Just as a side note, you were mentioned as an example of “thoughtful analysis” when it comes to independent journalism by Dr. Andrew Kaufman during his interview with Brian Rose on a recent episode of London Real.

    I consider this high praise from quite a reputable source.

    Keep up the good work!

  44. colosseum says:

    Whenever a new major event happens, I always find instructive to go wo Wikileaks and do some seacrhes on the vast amount of documents they have stored for posterity. A quick serch on “coronavirus” reveals a lot of activity around this virus by major institutions over the past 20 years.
    This document was referenced in one of the search results:

    Middle East Respiratory Syndrome A Global Health Challenge:
    https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2338303

    Very enlightening document from 2015 where you can read (among the other things):

    —-
    During the SARS outbreak of 2003, China and Sin-
    gapore employed mass quarantines in apartment complexes or other
    structures, monitored by armed guards or ankle bracelets. The Re-
    public of Korea placed more than 3000 individuals exposed to
    MERS-CoV in quarantine, mostly at home, but some in state-
    designated facilities. **Authorities were tracking cell phone signals to
    monitor patient compliance.**
    —-
    Hong Kong issued a “red alert” advising
    against unnecessary travel to the Republic of Korea—a decision likely
    to be followed by other countries. This contravenes WHO guid-
    ance, which finds travel restrictions ineffective due to lack of com-
    munity transmission.
    —–
    6 WHO has urged the reopening of schools, and the
    Republic of Korea has begun doing so. School closures may have a
    role with novel influenzas, but are unproven for MERS-CoV given the
    lack of community transmission.
    —–

    But this is the bombshell:

    “Public health measures—infection prevention and con-
    trol, isolation, contact tracing, and quarantine—
    historically have controlled MERS-CoV and were also
    widely employed during SARS and Ebola outbreaks.”

    CONTACT TRACING! Yes, the term for the most orwellian is not a 2020 nologism. It had already started circulating in the academic mind years ago.

    Voila’ …. nothing new under the sun!

    • manbearpig says:

      Wow! Fascinating approach! And Yea! Voilà indeed!:

      Nature Publishing Group
      Health Care Manag Sci. 2007; 10(4): 341–355.
      Published online 2007 Oct 3

      “Contact tracing to control infectious disease: when enough is enough

      Benjamin Armbrustercorresponding author and Margaret L. Brandeau

      “…We develop and apply a simulation model of contact tracing and the spread of an infectious disease among a network of individuals in order to evaluate the cost and effectiveness of different levels of contact tracing. We show that contact tracing is likely to have diminishing returns to scale in investment: incremental investments in contact tracing yield diminishing reductions in disease prevalence…”

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3428220/

      but that was 13 years ago…

      • colosseum says:

        That makes me wonder who is the academic “genius” who actually coined the term first 😉

        • manbearpig says:

          probably someone who’s unconcerned by or even partial to diminishing returns depending on whether those returns are monetary or therapeutic…

          guess we could begin by combing the files at the U.S. copyright registration office?

  45. macro says:

    To take away their power take away their money. To take away their money we switch to Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency for that matter.
    That’s what we can do and everyone can do it.
    Yes, yes, I know it’s not perfect but it’s a start and a whole lot better.

  46. HEDGE110 says:

    In relation to the Rockefeller / Gates connection, David Letterman’s showcase (My Next Guest Needs No Introduction on Netflix) of the Melinda Gates and the Foundation is illuminating. Melinda states clearly that Rockefeller is their inspiration and model.

  47. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Controlling Our Health

    Ya know…there is missing a common sense logic by many in the population.
    Who is in charge of your health? Who has the final say?
    Is it the individual?
    Or an Authority?

    I believe that this is the fundamental foundation underlying our entire situation.

    The “health hijacking” war against the individual has been going on for decades.
    We at Corbett Report can think of many examples (e.g. Monsanto & Corporations, Fluoride, FDA, EPA, etc.)

    Who benefits when an authority takes control of an individual’s health?
    Is this an altruistic motivation?

    Anyways…James Corbett chose his title well:
    “How Bill Gates Monopolized Global Health”

    The Rockefeller health hijacking as told in James Corbett’s
    “How Big Oil Conquered the World”
    QUEUED VIDEO
    https://youtu.be/ySnk-f2ThpE?t=52m50s

    • suzt says:

      On point! and as goes healthcare also goes our freedom.

      I think the big picture is our Corporate Masters (led by the 8 people who control over half of the world’s wealth) came up with a brilliant plan to first control all the banks of the world, then most of the governments, then nature and now to control us using fear and technology.

      The next step on the critical path appears to be to drag this crisis out until they have a solution for the crisis they created: a vaccine with nanotechnology.

      Re: Bill Gates
      I am challenged to investigate my own motives, so I don’t speculate about his.

      I do find Jame’s information builds a picture of a brilliant mind and a person who is passionate about controlling the world via GMO, laboratory proteins, population control, fossil fuel reduction, cashless society, mandatory vaccines etc. This is the ultimate culmination of our sensate civilization! *link at the bottom

      I am not as concerned about catching this virus as I am about catching tyranny. They have been effective at making me panic and now grieve for the loss of my freedom.

      RE: Sorokin and our sensate civilization
      https://satyagraha.wordpress.com/2010/08/19/pitirim-sorkin-crisis-of-modernity/

    • suzt says:

      HomeRemedySupply RE: your point…
      I am responsible for my health and have chosen to go to a naturopath and herbalist most of my life. It’s more like Wellness Care.

      Your question is excellent and unfortunately most folks I know take RX’s and treatments that they don’t agree with and say “But my DOCTOR told me to do this” as though they are little 2 year olds. The hospitals and medical systems are like going to the military. They are not conducive to healing and there is no patient education. So people aren’t taught to listen to their bodies or taught preventative steps or how to boost your immune system.

      So unfortunately I suspect the majority of people prefer to have an authority, like a Doctor or the government, tell them what to do.

      PS: I’ve been trying to find information on what percentage of the human personality types are anti-authoritarian vs authoritarian and whatever other shades of grey in between.

  48. ad says:

    hi james, first thanks for all the good work. in an earlier podcast on corona you stressed the importance of contextualization. in this series on bill gates and health the context is rather simple: whatever gates has up his sleeve, his whole organisation is built on the quicksand of 80 years of suppression of essential information about health in general. i tried to explain this in an earlier comment, which you may find at https://www.corbettreport.com/coronavirus-the-cures-will-be-worse-than-the-disease/#comment-73039 and following.

    gates actually has no way to go, whatever nonsense he spews about epidemics and vaccinations, because there is no biological basis for all he does, not for letting people die and not for the cure he offers. his basis is in ideology, in eugenics actually, and he needs a huge profit making machine in order to promote death.
    he is an excellent magicien, but even worse than rockefeller in his total disdain for human life. but then, of course, he does not stand alone.

    so when talking about contextualization, the quicksand is the main context, as gates and his killer machine will be swallowed by it almost immediately, if only it becomes visible and understood in plain public sight.

    so then starting in a room with computer and internet, together with this simple gates/health dipole and its attachments, how could you proceed.

    i would suggest starting with the invisible elephant with this giant “C” written on it’s back. or lets go even further, lets have a look at the room itself. is it not C-shaped, and easy to hide in? there may be other invisible elephants in this room, perhaps even little ones.

    searching for more context, we notice this brick-walled room has no doors. but when we panic and desperately start kicking the wall, it turns out to be made of paper with just a full color brick motive stamped on it.

    but now that we are out, boy! have we a problem. a desert of death staring at us. there are dead bodies as far as the eye can see. they all have death certificates attached mentioning various causes of death. there is mostly artherosclerosis or cancer or diabetes, but also snakebite and other natural poisons, but strange chemical poisons too, like glyfosate, thimerosal, depleted uranium and a host of old diseases like polio, flu and even suicide, which sounds rather like a psychiatric disease.
    a few fresh ones have ‘covid19’, wonder what that might be. the oldest are from the 1930’s, spanning almost a century. there could be a billion corpses in this desolate view.

    meanwhile, the elephant with the big “C” on its back is running towards the living, far at the horizon. will he tell them why he was there in and out that room? what he found out from the adsl? will he be able to save them? if only a few.

    and what about this giant “C”. would it be “C” for Corbett or “C” for vitamin-C or just “C” for Corona. questions, questions, we will soon see..

    2960

  49. crazycrash says:

    Hi James, newbie here, thank you for your well researched podcasts, interviews, articles etc. Im glad i finally found you page. Years ago i watched 9/11 follow the trillions and always wondered ” who the hell is that narrator?” he,s good. I finally made it. Im with you, i think Event 201 is the closest thing to a smoking gun but also i think just as important is Gain Of Function research in getting to the bottom of some mirky water.
    Anyway, Thanks for all you do, i will certainly be listening intently but also applying critical thinking as i watched that Nathan Rich video you referenced and that was great in promoting a large swathe of questions towards the data he presented.
    Cheers
    Crazycrash

  50. nexangelus says:

    I forgot about this song, a huge fan of this band, missed part of their UK tour a long while back because my youngest wandered off with some pals after school without telling anyone where, how, who and the police got involved because duty of care, phoned the school, they followed through…anyroad I was less angry than the other boy’s mother who was ripping into both of them on the way to my house, followed by the police car…

    Killing Joke – I am the Virus

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4wdbibV3IM

  51. joanne.w says:

    Is It Time to Launch an Investigation Into the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for Possible ‘Crimes Against Humanity’?

    https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2020/04/30/is-it-time-to-launch-an-investigation-into-the-bill-melinda-gates-foundation-for-possible-crimes-against-humanity/

  52. Qno says:

    Here we go, got to love to hate the BBC:
    https://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-africa-47639452?ns_mchannel=social&ns_source=twitter&ns_campaign=bbc_live&ns_linkname=5eb00680c68e4706631e47e0%26Tanzanian%20coronavirus%20laboratory%20boss%20suspended%262020-05-04T12%3A36%3A52.525Z&ns_fee=0&pinned_post_locator=urn:asset:416b68b2-e070-433c-a92f-88ab7ab0bc1d&pinned_post_asset_id=5eb00680c68e4706631e47e0&pinned_post_type=share

    So, they stung a virus testing lab with fake samples, and paw-paw tested positive. The lab boss got suspended. After all, those primitive Africans still believe in witchdoctors and voodoo and can’t do anything right…

    Or, perhaps the tests are rubbish, as people have been saying all along, and can’t differentiate between a banana and a bus shelter.

    In short, the Emperor fires the person holding the mirror, not the tailor.

  53. Lumen says:

    Check this out, great video, mentions James Corbett.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/wMgNRT10jPOX/

  54. JonQ says:

    Came across this nugget, don’t know how true it is, but I’d thought I’d share.

    “…What’s really funny is how people think the 6 foot social distancing rule is to contain this hoax virus (which is really influenza). IT IS NOT.

    It’s for satellite tracking, as any special forces soldier will tell you. People must be at least 6 feet apart for the satellite to identify you and your vaccine chip distinctly. THAT’S the plan. Haven’t you been following Bill Gates’ ID2020?…”

    Y’all did catch JEP’s mention that Baltimore has ok’d drone survellience (sp) in yesterday’s Morning Media Monarchy, right?

  55. asavetmd says:

    Bill Gates is the Anti-Christ. He is the Da-Jal. He is EVIL INCARNATE but he will not succeed.

  56. Hotfoot says:

    zomg. Can it really be true? Could this little prick really be consigned to the annals of history? That would be soo appropriate.

    ‘Exclusive: Government scientist Neil Ferguson resigns after breaking lockdown rules to meet his married lover
    Prof Ferguson allowed the woman to visit him at home during the lockdown while lecturing the public on the need for strict social distancing’

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/05/05/exclusive-government-scientist-neil-ferguson-resigns-breaking/

  57. SouloftheWhiteAunt says:

    It would be great if you could include a link in part 2 to the EU announcement on 3 May which Iain Davis pointed out at the end of your interview with him.

    The global response: Working together to help the world get better (https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/AC_20_795)

    “We support the World Health Organisation and we are delighted to join forces with experienced organizations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust.

    Every single euro or dollar that we raise together will be channelled primarily through recognised global health organisations such as CEPI, Gavi, the Vaccines Alliance, as well as the Global Fund and Unitaid into developing and deploying as quickly as possible…”

  58. Mintaka says:

    Here is my wish and hope.

    Can everyone 𝐩𝐥𝐞𝐚𝐬𝐞 stop fixating on that sock-puppet, front-man Gates and his fake foundation?
    He’s not the one in charge of anything, he just does what he’s told.
    It’s not his billions to spend, never was.

    Let’s put it this way.
    Would anything change if Gates and “his” money were to disappear off the scene tonight?
    Answer? No, of course not.
    That’s like saying getting rid of Fauci would change anything while allowing the CDC/WHO and the rest of the cartel to continue.

    I just hope that James is going to go beyond Gates when it comes to exposing this COVID-19 hoax (and the medical cartel in general).
    Hopefully in the next installment.

  59. Steve Lennon says:

    We Call For Investigations Into The “Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation” For Medical Malpractice & Crimes Against Humanity: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/we-call-investigations-bill-melinda-gates-foundation-medical-malpractice-crimes-against-humanity —— This Petition
    Needs 0 signatures by May 10, 2020 to get a response from the White House.

  60. Alchemist says:

    We need an infographic version of this.

  61. toni says:

    This individual represents the worst attribute of being human. Greed at all costs.

  62. fragen says:

    As always, great work! I find your “Solutions: Laughing at Tyrants” podcast especially important these days.

    If anyone has not listened to it before: https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-306-solutions-laughing-at-tyrants/

  63. Ott says:

    In case people are interested in creating subtitles for this video (as well the following parts), I am currently creating proper English ones based on the transcript with good time stamps, which can replace the auto-generated ones. Based on that, it will be easier to create subtitles in any other language. When they are ready, I will send them to James and they will be added to the original video. (This to avoid double work.)

  64. hart25 says:

    James and Broc, thank you for your important documentaries on Bill Gates, providing valuable background on this unelected individual and his enormous influence on international vaccination policy.

    In regards to Gates’ influence on the media, see this useful article from February 2013: Behind the scenes with the Gates Foundation’s ‘strategic media partners’: http://www.humanosphere.org/basics/2013/02/a-personal-view-behind-the-scenes-with-the-gates-foundations-media-partners/

  65. Elizabeth Hart says:

    Something which is very sinister and damaging is the persistent labelling of anyone questioning vaccination policy as ‘anti-vax’. This is being used as a means to discredit and marginalise people and hinder them being heard on this important international policy area.

    I’ve put together a brief summary about this, including reference to The Corbett Report’s documentaries on Bill Gates, please see this link for info: https://bit.ly/36Q2vNe

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