10.05.20

Bill Gates Deposition: Rocking Like a Pigeon While Lying to Interrogators

Posted in Antitrust, Bill Gates, Microsoft at 3:33 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Figure/chart below (on the right) published a month and a half ago; you too might/would be stressed if people like investigative journalists and Twitter users kept asking why you were so close to Jeffrey Epstein — a fact that you’re unable to deny

Bill Gates stress levelSummary: An immensely guilty and intensely stressed Bill Gates is confronted/interviewed by people who grill him about competition crimes he committed; people need to see the tapes to understand just how far he’d go to lie, mislead, obfuscate, or turn aggressive on interrogators (because it’s easier than answering simple questions honestly)

BILL GATES knows these tapes and remembers the deposition very well. Maybe not clearly enough to recall the questions, but it likely traumatised him a little. People don’t forget such things. For years he fought hard to ensure it’ll never happen again, so he created a fake ‘charity’ and hired lots of lobbyists (more than any other company, even oil giants). In the first part, second part, third part, and fourth part we saw an increasingly erratic man. Then, last night's publication of some transcripts showed the lying, the evasive answers/evasion tactics, the false denials etc. It didn’t go well, did it? It’s hard to lie when you’re being presented with hard evidence refuting the lies… and right there on the spot.

“It’s hard to lie when you’re being presented with hard evidence refuting the lies… and right there on the spot.”Our interrogation (for lack of a better word) of this historic record won’t end with the dozen parts (tapes). “In regards to IBM,” an associate of ours recalled, “remember that the only reason Bill got a the MS-DOS monopoly was that IBM was being punished as a result of anti-trust violations. [See “IBM Signs A Deal With The Devil”] It had to choose either hardware or software and chose hardware. Bill’s mom set them up with Tim Paterson’s QDOS, giving Bill an instant monopoly. [See the recent article “How Bill Gates’ mother influenced the success of Microsoft” or an older article from The Register, aptly entitled “Bill Gates, Harry Evans and the smearing of a computer legend” because they still try to distort history and smear past opponents who cannot defend themselves because they’re dead.] Anti-trust had real teeth back then. It was little Bush that put an end to curbing monopoly abuse. Microsoft was about to get broken up. Also, in the 1980s, if you wanted to get anyone in IT hopping mad and cussing, all you had to do was mention IBM. Bill inherited all of their dirty tricks before refining them further and making new ones. One of the more frustrating ones was when IBM sales went two steps over your head to the boss’ boss. The worst part about that was often enough to be profitable the boss’ boss sided with IBM and the sale was closed at the expense of the employee(s) underneath. IIRC, the removal of anti-trust enforcement also affects Oracle. Larry Ellison bought InnoDB (the back-end) as a test [1, 2] after that to test the waters. When he found that he could do what he wanted with impunity, he did. Bill’s antics fucked the industry badly and by extension the rest of the business world since it all runs on ICT now.”

Without further ado, here’s the Bill Gates deposition, part 5:


We expect that part 6 will be ready some time tomorrow morning.

Share in other sites/networks: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages.
  • Reddit
  • email

This post is also available in Gemini over at:

gemini://gemini.techrights.org/2020/10/05/bill-gates-deposition-part-5/

If you liked this post, consider subscribing to the RSS feed or join us now at the IRC channels.

Pages that cross-reference this one

What Else is New


  1. Pocock on Removing Cognitive Bias Around Consent

    Reprinted with permission from Daniel Pocock



  2. IRC Proceedings: Monday, March 01, 2021

    IRC logs for Monday, March 01, 2021



  3. Links 2/3/2021: Maui 1.2.1, RSS Guard 3.9.0

    Links for the day



  4. ZDNet Really Hates Golang (Maybe Because Microsoft Does)

    The Golang programming language seems to be the target of intense FUD campaigns from sites connected to Microsoft, so it’s likely a bit of a Nemesis/endgame to Microsoft monoculture (unlike Rust, which Microsoft has already pocketed and is actively besieging to promote Microsoft monopoly and hardware monoculture)



  5. Links 1/3/2021: KStars 3.5.2, ET: Legacy 2.77, Flameshot 0.9

    Links for the day



  6. Five Years of António Campinos Coverage in Techrights (We Correctly Predicted His Presidency in March 2016)

    We've warned about António Campinos since March of 2016; well, António Campinos isn't just EPO President right now but he's also an oppressor who demonises the union of the EPO's staff



  7. In 2021 the EPO Works for Parasites Instead of Scientists (and It Cannot Even Hide That Anymore)

    Europe's second-largest institution is working for those who attack instead of create (or those who attack actual creators, with lousy and sketchy patents as ammunition)



  8. Links 1/3/2021: Manjaro ARM 21.02 and First Linux 5.12 RC Released

    Links for the day



  9. IRC Proceedings: Sunday, February 28, 2021

    IRC logs for Sunday, February 28, 2021



  10. On Gangstalking and Victim-Blaming

    Reprinted with permission from Daniel Pocock



  11. If the Web Can Be Increasingly Replaced (or Complemented) by Gemini and IPFS Etc., Then Large Monopolists Will Try to Dominate Those

    Monopolists and sociopaths won't be clapping and cheering for whatever stands a chance of replacing the Web (or Big Banks); if they ever embrace those replacements, it'll be to dominate and in turn undermine these



  12. Links 28/2/2021: Nitrux 1.3.8 and Kraft 0.96

    Links for the day



  13. Techrights Over 3 Internet Protocols and From the Command Line, Using Either Curl/Wget/Text Editor (Over WWW) or IPFS or Gemini

    A quick demo of how Techrights can be accessed without a browser, either over gemini:// or over http://



  14. The Command Line for Weather and Football Scores, Among Other Stuff

    A lot of stuff can be done from the command line and productivity (not to mention privacy) enhanced by automation and scripting over the Web (or even Gemini, as we shall show in a future video)



  15. You Know Gemini Space is Getting a Lot Bigger When You Need to Implement DDOS Protection

    Techrights is currently working on tools or programs that help detect and respond to DDOS attacks (or abusive over-consumption of pages) over gemini://



  16. The Fall of The Register

    A word of caution about The Register, a British publisher that nowadays does a lot of reputation laundering for Microsoft and Bill Gates (instead of news about actual technology, as opposed to clown computing, big brands, and oligarchs)



  17. IRC Proceedings: Saturday, February 27, 2021

    IRC logs for Saturday, February 27, 2021



  18. Links 27/2/2021: IPFS 0.8, OnionShare 2.3.1, and New Stuff in KDE

    Links for the day



  19. The Internet After Social Control Media (and Maybe After the World Wide Web Too)

    There seems to be a growing trend of protests and backlash against centralised Internet disservices; there's also growing dissatisfaction over bloat and spyware, which the Web rendered a 'norm'



  20. SCO's Darl McBride is Finished (Bankruptcy)

    Some news about the site and about the long-forgotten SCO, whose infamous old (and sacked) Darl McBride (responsible for decade-long attacks on Linux) loses everything, based on fresh legal documents



  21. IRC Proceedings: Friday, February 26, 2021

    IRC logs for Friday, February 26, 2021



  22. Links 26/2/2021: Wine 6.3, Genode OS Framework 21.02

    Links for the day



  23. Links 26/2/2021: GNU Poke 1.0 is Out and Rocky Linux Leaves Microsoft GitHub

    Links for the day



  24. Microsoft's Status in Web Servers is So Bad That It Has Fallen Off Charts, is Now Partly Delisted

    In several categories or criteria Microsoft is no longer even listed by Netcraft; the share has become rather minuscule during the pandemic, which convinced more companies to explore expense-cutting moves



  25. We Take Away Your Freedom for Your Own Safety...

    People are herded like cattle and protest/dissent will be demonised as part of the new norm; what will be the cost of the pandemic and will resistance to the status quo ever be permitted to resume?



  26. EPO President Pushes Illegal Software Patents in South America (Over the Telephone With a Misleading New Puff Piece)

    The EPO's "news" section has become worse than a form of distraction (from the EPO's internal rot); it celebrates illegal and unlawful practices, spreading them to other continents



  27. The Free Software Foundation Warns Against Using Twitter

    Richard Stallman said Twitter was OK because it was possible to use it without proprietary software; that's no longer the case, so the Free Software Foundation (FSF) speaks out against it. It speaks about it more than 3 months after the problem became a known one and also an irreversible one (maybe Twitter would have reversed the decision if the media or the FSF actually spoke about it early enough).



  28. IRC Proceedings: Thursday, February 25, 2021

    IRC logs for Thursday, February 25, 2021



  29. Stéphane Bortzmeyer Explains Gemini Protocol (February 2021)

    A recent talk from Stéphane Bortzmeyer about Gemini and what it is for (or why)



  30. Links 26/2/2021: Istio 1.7.8 Announced, Blender 2.92, Firebird 3.0 Language Reference, FSF Against Twitter

    Links for the day


RSS 64x64RSS Feed: subscribe to the RSS feed for regular updates

Home iconSite Wiki: You can improve this site by helping the extension of the site's content

Home iconSite Home: Background about the site and some key features in the front page

Chat iconIRC Channel: Come and chat with us in real time

Recent Posts