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Media Frenzy Around Gates Divorce Helps Distract From Bill's Crimes

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Summary: The distraction from many Gates scandals is cushioned by yet another personal fluff; we would rather see investigative journalism pursuing real answers about real scandals

THE media likes to talk about Gates as a saviour, especially media that he funds (bribes). Whether they claim he combats COVID or climate change -- both of which false by the way -- it distracts from past and present stories and moreover seeks to discredit this man's critics. Right now the media talks about a divorce, so the news cycle will be polluted by something akin to gossip.



"It serves to shift attention from the harm this man caused and continues to cause to society; instead people bicker about gossip and personal life 'stuff'..."The video above discusses some background, notably events from decades back and also a couple of years back. Why isn't the media inquisitive anymore? What's the biggest scandal really? The patent profiteering? The indisputable connection to Epstein? Crimes seen in the Bill Gates deposition (many of the same crimes persist to this very day, e.g. UEFI 'secure' boot to lock out competition and an attack on Java in the classic Microsoft fashion)? What about tax evasion and political meddling or the dark past predating this shady "foundation"?

Bill Gates Paid MIT Through Jeffrey EpsteinAny coverage about Gates that fails to mention his misbehaviour or unlawful behaviour (he was arrested numerous times over the years) would certainly be beneficial to him. It serves to shift attention from the harm this man caused and continues to cause to society; instead people bicker about gossip and personal life 'stuff'...

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