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10.14.19

No Calls to “Remove Gates” From the Board (Over a Real Scandal/Crime), Only to “Remove Stallman” (Over Phony Distraction From the Former)

Posted in Bill Gates, Microsoft at 4:11 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Microsoft will need to cut ties/links to Gates to avoid association with trafficking and pedophilia

Thin ice, fat ego

Summary: Jeffrey Epstein’s connections to Bill Gates extend well beyond Gates himself; other people inside Microsoft are closely involved as well, so Microsoft might want to cut ties with its co-founder before it becomes a very major mess

IT HAS rapidly become very obvious and abundantly clear that Bill Gates keeps lying. He has done that for decades and nothing is changing. When caught in a lie he changes the story. The deposition tapes are an epic reminder of that.

The ‘circle’ of Gates — a circle which includes Microsoft Corp. and his father’s law firm — is a lying machine. Consider what has happened this past month. It goes something like this, courtesy of Bill Gates’ lawyers and spokespeople:

Phase 1) Gates doesn’t know Epstein
Phase 2) OK, he knows him, but just barely
Phase 3) OK, yes, they flew together (Gates has his own plane!)
Phase 4) OK, he went to ‘pedoville’, but he didn’t do anything

Compare this to the Saudi regime’s stance on Khashoggi:

Phase 1) he left safely
Phase 2) OK, he did not leave safely, but we don’t know what happened
Phase 3) OK, we killed him, we don’t know where the body is
Phase 4) OK, we chopped and cooked him in tandoori oven that was prepared in advance, but it wasn’t MbS’ fault or idea

In the case of MbS, they eventually had to find some scapegoats to put on trial for Khashoggi ‘justice’; they also gave money to his kids to keep them more quiet and docile.

“In the case of MbS, they eventually had to find some scapegoats to put on trial for Khashoggi ‘justice’; they also gave money to his kids to keep them more quiet and docile.”In the case of Gates, it certainly seems like media chose to go after Richard Stallman and destroy his career instead of Gates’.

The simplest way to explain why Bill Gates had so much concern over the fate of Epstein (even after his conviction) was that Gates knew if Epstein goes down, he himself (Gates) will inevitably go down with him. Gates was born ultra-rich and released from prison by his wealthy parents, so surely he knows people can get away with anything when/if they have money and connections.

Speaking of MbS and Gates, there are photo ops aplenty, e.g.

MbS and Gates

MbS and Gates

The people above aren’t in prison and there’s not even a formal investigation against them!

There are lots more like these photo ops (many occasions). Gates has long been eerily close to the Saudi regime — a subject that we covered here many times in the past. Psychopathic mentality has long attracted Gates, who appears to have an awkward ‘taste’ for particular people who are linked to crimes and oppression. Consider what he has just done in India.

Epstein’s connections to Bill Gates are not some casual or innocent links. It is perfectly clear that they go a long way back and Gates spokespeople/lawyers refuse to say how many times they met (it’s a lot!).

“Epstein’s connections to Bill Gates are not some casual or innocent links. It is perfectly clear that they go a long way back and Gates spokespeople/lawyers refuse to say how many times they met (it’s a lot!).”“BTW,” a source told us, “Melanie Walker/Sinofsky’s wife(?) was mentioned in the NYT article along with her long relationship with Epstein; since 92’. She was the one that introduced Epstein to Boris Nikolic who was ultimately named as the backup executor of Epstein’s will. Nathan [Intellectual Ventures/Microsoft CTO] straight up went to his Island though… Old Gawker article involving Nathan…”

In Gawker’s words: “there’s plenty of pictures from gatherings of scientists that Epstein has hosted on his private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Here he is with former Microsoft chief technology officer Nathan Myhrvold, for instance. There are also shots of Stephen Hawking hanging out on Epstein’s dime.”

Stephen Hawking was the supervisor of Nathan Myhrvold, so they’re closely connected as well.

Consider what we quoted from the NYT yesterday and consider again these passages a reader of ours sought to emphasise from this article: “In fact, beginning in 2011, Mr. Gates met with Mr. Epstein on numerous occasions — including at least three times at Mr. Epstein’s palatial Manhattan townhouse, and at least once staying late into the night, according to interviews with more than a dozen people familiar with the relationship, as well as documents reviewed by The New York Times. Employees of Mr. Gates’s foundation also paid multiple visits to Mr. Epstein’s mansion. And Mr. Epstein spoke with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and JPMorgan Chase about a proposed multibillion-dollar charitable fund — an arrangement that had the potential to generate enormous fees for Mr. Epstein.”

“Maybe it’s true — not entirely a joke — that the term “Micro-Soft” referred to something other than microprocessors and software.”If any of our readers can give us links/more information about this, we’ll look into it. We’ve long researched these people and surely there’s a lot of stuff they don’t want said, let alone verified

Some people with connections inside Microsoft tell us stories; having ‘smoking gun’ material (proof) to accompany these stories would be ideal. Over the years we’ve mentioned quite a few stories about pedophiles who worked at Microsoft or for Microsoft (from the outside) — surely an inconvenient truth to those looking to guard Microsoft’s image. In ‘damage control’ or damage-limiting efforts some of them approached me over the years in an effort to suppress or remove what we had published (not because it was false but because it harmed their employment prospects). Maybe it’s true — not entirely a joke — that the term “Micro-Soft” referred to something other than microprocessors and software.

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