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04.07.20

The Media Paints Bill Gates as the Man Who Will Save the World While Seattle’s Police Department Obstructs Access to Documents About Pedophilia Arrest at His Home

Posted in Bill Gates at 3:35 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Next week it’ll be 7 months since first contact (a day later the media started attacking Richard Stallman)

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Summary: We’re still unable to receive even one single page of the police report about arrest for pedophilia at the home of Bill and Melinda Gates; the media says nothing about this and instead it paints Gates as a national or international hero

“Bill Gates recently resigned from the board of Microsoft to focus full time on philanthropy,” says a new article. “It’s a perfect time to remember: billionaire-funded philanthropy is a public-relations scam.”

A decade ago we wrote a great deal about this scam of Gates and at the moment I have an effective gag order against me, preventing me from saying something I know about Gates. The time will come when this gag is no longer in effect. In the meantime we can still write about the subject, knowing that everything is 100% factual; the above article is one among several recent articles that blast Gates; two readers highlighted to me this particular article [1], but it deals with old issues. Anyone who doesn’t swallow every piece of crap from corporate media (that Gates sponsors!) probably understands that these so-called ‘foundations’ aren’t what they claim to be. Gates’ is one of the worst. He bribes the media like nobody else! He also bribes critics to muzzle them. At the European Patent Office (EPO) Battistelli did the same thing — a subject we covered in past years.

“A decade ago we wrote a great deal about this scam of Gates and at the moment I have an effective gag order against me, preventing me from saying something I know about Gates.”At the moment we’re still waiting for progress from the Police Department (PD) in Seattle. Coronavirus gives these people the perfect excuse not to comply and last week there was a press article about how COVID-19 had been leveraged to refuse or delay compliance. The issue isn’t limited to Gates and Seattle’s PD. We aren’t letting go; we’ll be polite and patient.

“I suspect that one of the reasons the PD is dragging its feet so badly on the FOIA report is that it gives Bill months to ramp up a public relations campaign bolstering his reputation in advance,” one associate told us this morning. “There seems to be a lot of puff pieces and fawning over his every move nowadays.”

The associate continued: “Social control media gives direct access to crazies by foreign actors without even the possibility of agencies following. The influence is individually tuned so unless the agencies are part of the tuning they can’t observe what is going on until it has had its effect already. Furthermore, the foreign interests are social control media’s main market. Federal agencies are outnumbered and outbid. Even if they were to get into a bidding war over social control media services the foreign actors could drive up the price through shill bidding. Even though a few interests influencing (malevolently) the government seem to benefit short term from social control media, it is a losing ploy medium and long term.”

“Rest assured, dear readers, we’ll carry on pursuing those 2,851 pages about the arrest for pedophilia at Gates’ home.”Nowadays Techrights articles about Bill Gates get cited a lot in Twitter, on average every hour or so. “However,” the associate said, “the biggest game changer would be to get the populus enough basic education that they would start to evaluate facts rather than be swayed by opinion. That will take a couple of decades of effort through changed national policy, on a country-by-country basis.”

The media is still full of puff pieces about Gates, pretending that a person without even a college degree is not only a doctor but a specialist in contagious diseases.

Rest assured, dear readers, we’ll carry on pursuing those 2,851 pages about the arrest for pedophilia at Gates’ home. There’s a guilty plea, court documents and so on, so we know it happened. It’s a fact. The pertinent details are unknown to us and there’s much to be found in those (almost) three thousand pages.

Related/contextual items from the news:

  1. Bill Gates’s Philanthropic Giving Is a Racket

    This was typical of the affectionate press treatment of Gates, who’s now considered one of the better billionaires, relative to Trump or the Koch brothers. This is mainly due to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world’s largest private charitable entity with billions in its endowment used for fighting AIDS, accelerating economic development, and many other worthy causes.

    But Bill Gates and his foundation are the perfect picture of why this model of billionaire philanthropy is so flawed. Gates’s foundation was originally cooked up as a feel-good gloss to cover up his shredded reputation during Microsoft’s antitrust trial, putting him in the long tradition of obscenely rich people using the occasional generous gift to try justifying their enormous wealth and power.

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