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Conspiracy Theories Have Successfully Distracted From Perfectly Legitimate and Real Scandals of Bill Gates in India, the Fertile Ground for Unethical Mass Experimentation on Humans

Posted in Asia, Bill Gates, Deception at 9:02 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Summary: There seems to be shrewd misdirection towards false claims, painting Mr. Gates’ critics as deranged and detached from reality; the facts, however, still exists and they’re still very damning/damaging to Mr. Gates, who views himself as self-appointed, life-long leader of the universe

THE other day I saw fact-checking sites pointing out that some widely-shared memes (or social control media posts) about what Gates had done in India were in fact false. That’s correct. They’re false (we’ll spare the links; they won’t help). I should know, having covered the said incidents several times back in 2014 and sooner. This whole thing contributes to the notion that anything one says about Gates in India (if it’s negative) should be presumed false. Is that a PR strategy?

“This whole thing contributes to the notion that anything one says about Gates in India (if it’s negative) should be presumed false.”We’ve long written about the negative impact of so-called ‘Conspiracy Theories’ (falsehoods) about Gates; they distract from factual criticisms. They sometimes serve to discredit the underlying facts and hard evidence. Sometimes we wonder if this is at least partly deliberate. If so, clever stunt you got there…

Here’s mainstream coverage from India (2017):

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It comes with the following text:

The Centre has shut the gate on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on a critical national health mission, and possible conflict of interest issues arising from the foundation’s “ties” with pharmaceutical companies is one of the reasons.

All financial ties of the country’s apex immunisation advisory body, National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization, with the Gates Foundation have been cut off.

NTAGI Secretariat will be now fully funded by the central government, the health ministry confirmed to ET. NTAGI’s Secretariat was so far being serviced through the Gates Foundation-funded Immunization Technical Support Unit (ITSU) at the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI).

ET has learnt that the government’s decision was informed by, among other factors, arguments from senior medical professionals and outfits like Swadeshi Jagran Manch.

Concerns raised by members of the steering group of the National Health Mission and the Sangh-affiliated outfit centred around “conflict of interest issues” in the NTAGI-Gates Foundation relationship.

Several years earlier the Government of India (GoI) wanted to sue Gates over experiments he had done on Indians, leading to many fatalities. We wrote several articles about it. The above issue (CoI), recently explored in The Nation with its investigative journalists, isn’t unique to India.

The Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post moreover touched the subject a few months ago when it published Billionaires are playing savior now. But they broke the economy to begin with.

We don’t like Bezos, but at least he barely pretends to be “savior” of the world, unlike Gates. Here’s a screenshot to accompany an archive of the article (bypassing the paywall).

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The problem at hand isn’t even unique to vaccines (let alone to India); as one columnist put it half a year ago, Gates wants to control everything (including but not limited to the White House). Bill Gates does not do media appearances on COVID-19 because he cares about health or understands public health (he’s trained to talk in ‘sound bites’), he’s there to direct politicians to funnel taxpayers’ money into his own pockets, i.e. the usual. People resigned from his foundation after he was gifting Modi, who sought legitimisation and could use an award from a foreign oligarch who had white-washed his name and mostly vanished his history of crimes. Suddenly, with this autocrat at the top of GoI, Gates seemed like the new ‘master’ of India. Watch their video chats, where Gates seems to have authority over Modi. Who the heck controls the nation’s response to COVID-19? An Indian or an American psychopath?

The columnist rightly noted that Gates “in reality [...] offers no new insights. He merely sounds like a well-briefed parrot repeating what experts are already telling the world.”

They train him to say that stuff on TV.

“It’s all about buying authority (control/power) over billions of people, experimenting on them not only with untested and unapproved vaccinations/drugs (an illegal practice in the West); the “War on Cash” is also being tested in India right about now, in effect robbing people who collected cash (people with limited/moderate means) and spying on everybody, for the benefit of Microsoft’s empire.”“It’s hard,” the columnist continued, “to say there was only altruistic motivation with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s decision to pump a staggering $80 million into the same school their own children attended. It’s a good example of how a conflict of interest can arise with such charitable donations. [...] The Gates Foundation’s $50 billion charitable enterprise is to be welcomed, but perhaps it would be much better served if it was run by an independent board rather than on the whims of the world’s second richest man and his wife. But you could bet the farm on him refusing to hand over the keys to those particular gates. Gates would be better off exiting the world stage and privately going about his philanthropy. Otherwise the question has to be asked: why the desperate desire to stay in the spotlight?”

It’s all about buying authority (control/power) over billions of people, experimenting on them not only with untested and unapproved vaccinations/drugs (an illegal practice in the West); the “War on Cash” is also being tested in India right about now, in effect robbing people who collected cash (people with limited/moderate means) and spying on everybody, for the benefit of Microsoft’s empire. If Bill Jr. can live as long as his father did (he died a month ago), we may have to confront this sociopath for another 2-3 decades. The damage he has done to technology has expanded to other domains, where he’s robbing taxpayers worldwide and asserting control over elected officials. Who ever elected Gates in the first place? Who is he accountable to? There are many calls to impeach Donald Trump, but who’s calling to “arrest Bill Gates”? Sadly, usually the ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ (who base their judgment of Gates on a pile of falsehoods, sometimes Trump-leaning ones).

“He’s a taker, not a giver. In India he was also an undertaker up until Modi seized power.”Media companies that still pocket some money from the fake ‘charity’ (so-called ‘foundation’) and then white-wash the unelected tyrant have played their ruinous role in creating a monster (future generations won’t forgive them… if they last that long at all); it’s up to them to prove they can undo the damage they’ve contributed to. Public access (or Commons) medicine should be defended, not exclusive rights (monopoly). Gates is trying to reshape the Indian policy on medicines in the same way he introduced user-hostile proprietary software, rendering it the ‘norm’. He had basically stolen from the Commons, sometimes literally fishing other people’s code, to create an empire of exploitative artificial scarcity. He’s a taker, not a giver. In India he was also an undertaker up until Modi seized power.

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