05.10.21

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According to the Wall Street Journal, Bill Gates’s Relationship with Jeffrey Epstein Caused the Bill-Melinda Divorce (While the Media Deflected to Dr. Stallman, Using a Phony ‘Scandal’)

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception at 1:44 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Related: Mansion of Pedophilia – Part II: Dr. Stallman Defamed in the Media One Day After Request Made for King County Sheriff’s Office to Divulge Information About Pedophilia in Home of Bill Gates

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Summary: It’s becoming rather obvious that there’s real substance to accusations that Mr. Gates was in some sense enabling Jeffrey Epstein; while Gates-funded media told us that he was saving us from climate change and a pandemic (PR stunts for empathy and sympathy) Melinda worked really hard to distance herself from him, the father of her kids

BACK in 2019 it was emerging that MIT had taken money from Bill Gates through his close friend, Jeffrey Epstein. But media was making a fuss over Richard Stallman, with help from Murdoch-owned sites/channels/papers (as we showed at the time). The same media that has just published this piece. That same media now says (in the headline) that “Melinda Gates Was Meeting With Divorce Lawyers Since 2019 to End Marriage With Bill Gates” — a subject we already mentioned the other day following the news about the divorce.

Bill Gates Paid MIT Through Jeffrey EpsteinIt certainly feels like there’s not much left to say, but the main development is mostly of a confirmatory nature. It serves to confirm what we’ve been saying for years.

David Enrich wrote: “Our 2019 story about Bill Gates’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein appears to have been a key catalyst precipitating the Bill-Melinda divorce, according to @WSJ…”

And to quote: “The philanthropist had discussions with lawyers in October 2019 around when the Microsoft co-founder’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein became public…”

An associate sent us two new examples from two large publishers (including New York Times) that very clearly serve to distract from this. We’re omitting links to these. The other day we saw some British tabloids doing the same thing.

“An associate sent us two new examples from two large publishers (including New York Times) that very clearly serve to distract from this.”“NBC is running interference,” Ryan, wrote in #techrights some hours ago. “They had an article saying nothing unusual about the divorce because many people that age are doing it. That has not been my experience. If a marriage can last into your 50s it can usually last until one of you dies.”

Maybe their best hope is that nobody will notice or only a few people will notice (or get confused, uncertain about the whole thing). For a very long time the corporate media used the typical news slant to distract from this very scandal that caused the divorce itself. Are they still doing that? What does that say about such media? Some people comment on this in other languages, but will international media finally report this far and wide? We now have permanent copies of some articles [1, 2], in case the wording changes later (or the articles get completely removed).

If it led to an actual divorce, then Melinda certainly knows it’s not some phony scandal but there’s something really troubling there. People in that age group don’t typically divorce (if they make it that far). Ryan notes that “calling antimaskers nudists is pretty bizarre,” referring to Gates calling people “nudists” while he himself was hanging out with Epstein.

“It’s very clear that Melinda has been trying to distance herself from her own husband while the media celebrated and hailed him as if he was champion of the universe.”“Why would the media suddenly feel the “courage” to report on the Gates/Epstein connection,” Gordon asked, “2 years after the fact?”

Ryan noted that “for at fault divorce, they have to have done something really bad. Like infect you with an STD, convicted of a heinous crime, tried to murder you or have you murdered, or you need to prove they were having an affair. It’s so hard to get an at fault divorce that many people who have been wronged agree to a no fault to avoid more court proceedings.”

“Melinda knows what’s up,” Ryan continued, “but it would humiliate her and possibly make her open to prosecution to out him. Some jurisdictions have a “know about a crime and don’t report it is a crime” on the books.”

As I note in the video, this serves to vindicate Richard Stallman in several ways, especially considering the timing or the timeline. It certainly does seem like events of the past two years (like greenwashing by Gates) were planned in the context of something a lot bigger, maybe even an impending indictment. It’s very clear that Melinda has been trying to distance herself from her own husband while the media celebrated and hailed him as if he was champion of the universe. If he’s such a genius and an international hero (like media insisted, sometimes because it was paid to print/say that), why is the wife so mortified and eager to run away from him?

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