Summary: Breeding a generation of identical and docile human beings who are enslaved to Microsoft’s closed-source toolset
LAST WEEK we wrote about how the Gates Foundation makes people "addicted" to Microsoft. They start in the Unites States where they pay for so-called ‘studies’ and media blitz; then, they expand outwards.
In general, we also routinely explain how Gates has blocked or at least suppressed GNU/Linux in public libraries. That was earlier this month and now we find another perspective:
The Gates Foundation funds computers in public libraries and the FBI can snoop on the poor
The Gates Foundation loves to pay for computers in public libraries. How do you know if the FBI is snooping on you on that computer? You don’t. These computers are used mostly by the poor.
The Gates Foundation is expanding its libraries push to other parts of the world, which ought to help Microsoft.
President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite received Deborah J. Jacobs, Director of Global Libraries for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Janet Sawaya, Program Officer for the foundation’s Global Libraries initiative, to discuss the Libraries for Progress project carried out in Lithuania, its results and perspectives, informed BC press service of the president.
Is there any place in the world where Gates and Microsoft have not yet mobilised and colonised? Maybe Antarctica. █