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Bill Gates in the Oval Room

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Summary: Obama's admirable transparency policies reveal that Bill Gates is visiting the White House, but it remains unknown what he is actually visiting for

Bill Gates, the infamous super-lobbyist, is repeatedly meeting President Obama, obviously to discuss his personal interests. This is a subject that we wrote about before [1, 2] (very extensive evidence contained therein), but it is coming up again in this report. The headline lumps in Microsoft’s Gates with another company which is currently under government investigation; it says: "Goldman Sachs’s Blankfein, Microsoft’s Gates Visited White House This Year"



President Barack Obama or top administration officials met at the White House with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chairman Lloyd Blankfein , Microsoft Corp. co- founder Bill Gates and World Bank President Robert Zoellick , records show. Blankfein and Gates met with economic adviser Lawrence Summers , while Zoellick met with the president.


This morning we showed video footage of Biden and the MAFIAA plotting to take away more of the citizens' rights, obviously using insults like "pirates". In October we published a post which shows that "Goldman Sachs and Microsoft [Are] Top Obama Funders" and on the same month we approached a similar subject when we showed that "Carl Icahn [Was] Sued by Goldman Sachs" (Carl Icahn is confirmed to have communicated with Microsoft while he was hijacking the company formerly known as Yahoo!).

For simplicity, we'll set aside the fact that Obama is meeting rich people who should be sent to prison for crimes that they committed (that's not the subject of this post). The danger here is that when Gates is meeting the president he may be perpetually influencing him to the point where a security czar, for example, gets hired from the company least competent when it comes to security (almost evidently). Some sites suspected that Microsoft forces were behind the attempts to suspend or dethrone the US government's CIO/CTO, but evidence was not sufficiently convincing (the preference for Google/SaaS scared Microsoft tremendously). Microsoft can never have enough influence in the United States government. The greed for power is endless.

“For simplicity, we'll set aside the fact that Obama is meeting rich people who should be sent to prison for crimes that they committed...”There is danger that people in a position of responsibility in the government will act as foolishly as NASA (handing over the nation's data to Microsoft and blocking non-Microsoft platforms from accessing this data). It's commonly the fault of CTOs or CIOs.

Here is a new example of clueless people, this time in CTO Edge. Joseff Betancourt is pretending that Free software has no support when it fact it is the entire business model of many/most Free software vendors. He is already being countered in the comments (shame on that FUD). He lists himself under "Microsoft Certified Professionals" and he used to work for Microsoft's media pal, Ziff-Davis [1, 2, 3]. Currently he is working on "Migration from Microsoft Solomon to Microsoft Navision, with integration of FRx, Forecaster and Document Imaging components." No wonder he is so unfamiliar with Free software. To his credit, at least he asks people for advice about it (consultation).

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