05.07.21

“The Lolita Express” and Prince Bill

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception at 2:18 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Summary: “The Lolita Express” scandals return to haunt pool old Bill, as it turns out his wife was upset and it’s quite likely the reason for their divorce

AS we have just noted, the Gates Foundation is facing new challenges because there’s no “Bill and Melinda” anymore and it turns out Melinda is “furious” at Bill’s relationship with Jeffrey Epstein (which he sometimes kept secret from her and the foundation). The media was happy to deflect for years, but more questions/concerns arise in light of the divorce.

“Contrary to what many people were led to believe, many of those questions hadn’t been answered. “The video above seeks to illuminate the importance of reports published earlier this week and even hours ago. We hope that the media will find a backbone or enough of a spine to carry on investigating like it's supposed to (answering simple questions like, why did Bill go abroad Epstein’s notorious plane, “The Lolita Express”?).

No comment. Ask my spokesperson.Contrary to what many people were led to believe, many of those questions hadn’t been answered. Bill likes to pass the queries to creative lawyers and spokespeople, as he fears answering them all by himself (he already got caught lying several times about his relationship with Epstein).

“The Lolita Express” passengers log:

“The Lolita Express” passengers log: Stop asking me questions!

Bill Gates, Jeffrey Epstein

Bill Gates and Prince Andrew
Those are real photographs by the way (and not too old, either)

The Latest Reports About Bill Gates Serve to Confirm or at Least Reaffirm Many People’s Suspicions

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception at 12:01 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

After Epstein and before Epstein

Summary: So, just as many people suspected, Melinda Gates did not appreciate [1] her husband sneaking behind her back to meet someone who had trafficked thousands of underage girls for sexual exploitation and there are high-profile calls right now [2] for greater transparency, seeing the impact [3] on the world’s biggest tax evasion vehicle

  1. Melinda Gates Warned Bill About Jeffrey Epstein

    Melinda Gates met with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein alongside her husband Bill in New York City and soon after said she was furious at the relationship between the two men, according to people familiar with the situation.

  2. The People v. Bill Gates

    Bill and Melinda Gates have asked for privacy after their divorce announcement, but a storm of attention seems more likely. Interest in their marital arrangements isn’t merely prurient. They are public figures and their personal lives have political ramifications. The urgent question in global health circles is what will happen to their powerhouse foundation in the wake of their split. Large amounts of funding hang in the balance.

    Even before the divorce, public opinion was shifting. A year ago, many people were sympathetic to Bill Gates, and even outraged on his behalf, when he became the target of conspiracy theories spread by QAnon and other groups, suggesting the pandemic was all part of a secret plan to implant microchips in people. More recently, though, as his opposition to waiving patents on vaccines has become better known, it isn’t only the conspiracists who are angry with him.

    People are once again asking – as they did when he was at the helm of Microsoft during its anti-trust legal battles – whether it’s right for one private individual to wield so much economic and political power. For two decades the question seemed to have gone away: after all, how could anyone dislike the world’s most charitable man?

    But as I argued a few years ago in No Such Thing As a Free Gift, Gates has long deserved more critical scrutiny than he has received, especially since a lot of the Gates Foundation’s money is channelled to western researchers and pharmaceutical companies, exacerbating inequality between the global north and global south. Gates has also long refused to concede that current patent protections on drugs and vaccines are unfair and biased against the interests of poor nations, making it legally difficult for them to respond to health emergencies even when they have the scientific knowhow.

    Private philanthropy in general can be a threat to democratic accountability and a just society. Reverence for big donors implies that billions of underpaid and exploited people should be satisfied with philanthropic crumbs from a self-appointed aristocracy rather than entitled to economic justice. What’s really needed for a fairer, more equal society is not charity but justice, though Gates has long presumed otherwise.

    [...]

    The rioters were wrong about cholera, but understood all too well that the economic and political system was biased against them. The disease was brought to them by a corporation that had plundered India for the gain of aristocrats and the upper-middle classes, while labourers were paid crumbs to live and die in mills, mines and factories throughout the world. Today, Covid-19 disproportionately afflicts the poor, especially women and men of colour, while the rich have the means to barricade themselves against it.

    Bill Gates, like William IV before him, sits at the apex of a global financial empire. The people who are angry with him, rightly or wrongly, shouldn’t be blamed for appreciating this reality. The blame lies with the billionaires like Gates who pretend the system works fine.

  3. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation crumbles

    Gates is like all of the tech oligarchs. They act like Republicans but, to maintain their monopolies, for protection they fund the Democrats. There is this unholy alliance between them and establishment Democrats. They give money, and Dems act like they are taxing them, all the while giving them tax breaks and deals on the side so the blue collar proletariat does not catch on.

    It is an article of faith with tech titans that you can cheaply buy your protection from Democrats, like a Third World country and the police. And from whom are they paying to be protected? From the government itself.

    This is like Northern hedge funds with their loophole called “carried interest,” wherein they can defer and not pay taxes on their management fees indefinitely. The more you know about how these guys work, the more disheartened you are.

    Bill Gates did take a meeting with Donald Trump when Trump was president. It was historic: two of the worst haircuts in the history of man in the same room.

05.04.21

The Timing of This Melinda Gates Tweet Was Always Curious…

Posted in Bill Gates at 7:56 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

She said what? The timing is kind of weird
The timing is important

Summary: Remarking on her trip to Africa, where the Gates family lobbies for monopolies on seeds (for profit or course, notably through Monsanto/Bayer, which the Gates family heavily invests in), she posted pure fluff and old photos. And it’s hard to believe she had nothing better to do at the time (better than such nostalgia). As we noted last year: “The above tweet of a beach was posted [by Melinda Gates] on the date of the arrest/search of their employee, who was at their residence at the time.” He was arrested around the very same time this tweet was posted. As we wrote last year (based on detailed documents obtained from the police department): “This tweet was posted 2 hours and 40 minutes after the door was breached and incriminating evidence collected.” He was arrested later that morning at the mansion of Bill and Melinda Gates (the police records contain detailed timelines to confirm the chronology). Melinda’s first name was also in the CP 'stash'.

Also see:

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

Posted in Antitrust, Bill Gates, Deception at 3:14 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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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’…

03.31.21

Noise and Misinformation Benefit Crooks

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception at 7:25 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Summary: The complete ‘clusterfuck’ of misinformation has helped Bill Gates evade scrutiny for his actions; similarly, or using similar tactics, corporate operatives demonise proponents of software freedom

TODAY we press on with a series long in the making (“EPO Bundestagate“) and we’re mostly leaving behind the FSF affairs, kindly reminding readers that the mainstream/corporate/’tech’ (Big Tech-funded) media keeps lying about the whole thing. RMS is back to the FSF and he’s staying there, also at a public (as in public-facing) capacity. DEAL WITH IT.

“As a quick recap, there’s speculation that Gates wants a whole lot of noise about him, especially nonfactual nonsense. Because it drowns out the signal, such as his strong connections to Epstein, among other scandalous things.”We’re meanwhile exploring some political affairs at the level of technology, seeing that there has been lots of meddling in recent years. We wrote about some examples a couple of days ago; Bill Gates has long been meddling in the US government. We wrote a lot more about this in the Obama days, not that Trump has truly changed anything. What’s interesting is that according to our South/Latin American reader — a very longtime reader — there seems to be meddling in America as a whole and the subject is worth debating. “Techrights’ associate (TA from now on) opinion about Gates and his will to be in the middle of all this is valid,” the reader told us. “yet it has its twists.”

Bolsonaro: Facts? Do not see.As a quick recap, there’s speculation that Gates wants a whole lot of noise about him, especially nonfactual nonsense. Because it drowns out the signal, such as his strong connections to Epstein, among other scandalous things. He could really use a distraction. Factual criticism and strong critics pose a threat to him (potential re-arrest and FBI investigations).

“I was trying to put the guy in a position of discomfort,” our reader told us, “so this whole conspiranoia thing would be kinda collateral consequence of his actions (calling some political campaign friends to help him) while trying to defend himself. But if that’s not the case, and he willingly does this, then that means active polarization: the game is no longer about anything else other than being on Gates’ side or against Gates’ side. That’s what every right-wing political campaign is focusing on worldwide. Here we have Cristina Kirchner, let’s say in a center-left position, and the right-wing is all about “if you’re not with us, you’re with her”. So, anything you do that doesn’t seem like the right-wing instantly means that you’re some kind of Kirchner minion, and the media bombards the whole country with that idea. And of course that category implies lots of relations: “Kirchner = communism = corruption = the state will take your stuff = totalitarianism”, and so on. It’s ugly. And it’s nothing new: that pattern can be found everywhere. Yet, the point is to be able to focus in a 50% game instead of having to handle multiple 15% to 25% fronts. And that is NOT “defending from revelations”: that’s running for a position. Which is exactly what TA says.”

Noise Means MoneyTo sum up, partisan political tricks set the tone or pave a path to public office.

“If that’s true,” our reader continued, “I guess he will fail miserably. Nothing is certain, specially in these times, but I believe doing that after Trump will only make him a Trump wannabe in the eyes of everybody, and will actually work in favour of Trump the day he wants to come back. Too little, too late; Gates is now in the shadow of another more charismatic billionaire bully. So one way or another this all feels sloppy, and the guy looks more like a moron rather than some brilliant strategist.”

“Whatever the case, the damage is done,” the reader asserted, “look at our societies. And the means he’s using only make this social-breakage industry/corporation/whatever stronger: every single operation is at the same time a social experiment that makes the next operation more likely successful, and this knowledge will still be there after Gates is long gone. That’s my fear. I don’t fear for RMS or the Free Software movement: that’s a fight we can all fight in the same way it always was fought, with its wins and losses. That fight actually IS about “facts vs lies”. But this is different. We’re talking about the same tools that subjugate generations of people under debt, fear, hunger, disease, and even war. When you’re hungry, the only fact is the hunger: everything else is just words. Fear has similar effects. This should be taboo tech even for some of the most ruthless people: it’s basically doing deals with the devil. I can’t see Gates as anything but desperate to resort to this.”

To remind readers who missed the two prior ‘parts’, it seems like Gates may have once again hired political strategists to seed discord and divide the population. This was done before, back when we covered such things more closely.

“Adding to TA’s opinion of “other interests involved”,” our reader said, “I believe it’s very important to understand something about the right-wing political parties. I consider myself leftist, so I could obviously tell you tons of bad stuff about the right. Yet, there’s something about them that has been historically a virtue, at least in strategic terms: they ALWAYS attack in a solid block. Very rarely the right wing has the fissures and fragmentation the left constantly has. We could debate to what extent this may or may not be true, but the point is that it makes them extremely efficient in politics, even when they rarely have anything to add to the board. These days, neo-liberalism is so much in crisis that the only thing the right can do is to tell lies and generate lots of noise. Yet, they do that in unison, as they always did. So much is like that, that when TA says “pull off what happened in the 1970s but on a global scale this time”, my answer is this: the 1970s actions were already on a global scale. What happened in LATAM [Latin America] was staged in the US and UK: it was Thatcher and Reagan, not some banana republic dictators. And neo-liberalism wasn’t a LATAM thing but a worldwide thing. Sure, the rest of the world didn’t suffered exactly the same consequences as LATAM (that’s debatable actually), but they successfully destroyed communists and progressives all around the world anyway, and infected every single culture with poison, all in a coordinated way. And every crisis after that was systematically used to become stronger, no matter the social consequences. So, the stage is global, has been since a long time ago, and these people were already THAT good in what they did 50 years ago. Bill Gates is totally out of his league here IMHO.”

Maybe one day more will be known about who manages the messaging directly and indirectly for Gates. We know some names (people whom he hired from Microsoft). He already hides behind proxies when responding to queries about his Epstein scandal.

Move to the right. Facts will matter less.“TA’s correct about social control media and communications,” the reader added. “The government here (centrist) is BLEEDING on the communications front (its weakest aspect so far): they have lots of communication to do, yet it goes just as a blip under the flood of noise from social media and classical mass media. I once heard somewhere a theory about how Hitler’s rise to power would have been much more difficult with TVs, yet it was successful thanks to the radio. The theory was about Hitler’s way of expressing himself with his body, and how he looked, and stuff like that, which differed much from the way he spoke. Whatever, I bring that up because of this: It’s known that Bolsonaro is Brazil’s president because of WhatsApp. And today, I’m being told, while Brazil is the country doing it the worst against COVID in the whole world, in the places of Brazil where the most people are dying Bolsonaro is doing well for the next elections. You should see the videos of gay people during the previous elections, before COVID, saying “I don’t care the guy’s homophobia, I’ll vote for him because he doesn’t lie”. People are voting explicitly against their own interests; classical political (mostly economical) ideas are in crisis. And WhatsApp is in the middle of it here in LATAM. So, communication is always political, and always social control-related: the point is how to work with it. The rules seem to have changed again since the papers and the radios and the TVs. Yet, the owners didn’t.”

And to conclude: “It’s in light of experiences like those with Bolsonaro that I wrote about (several times against) qualifying people regarding “honesty” or distance from “corruption”: because that’s a primitive political mindset that the right already knows how to use against their enemies, and it’s very easy to polarize using that. Trump did the same: lots of people voted for him “bEcaUsE hE teLlS tHe tRuTh!!1!”, and suddenly everybody else was a liar, and every thing Trump said was true no matter how lunatic it could really be. The whole ‘affaire RMS’ is a shining example of this; they used our morals against us, and now discord thrives in our communities. So, I don’t say “let’s welcome corruption” but something more like “be careful judging people, and focus on several traits at the same time instead of just a single one”. It’s not a solved thing to me, but I’m surely not in the “corruption” bandwagon anymore after all that.”

We remind again (to all readers) that a lot the press coverage about RMS has been flawed, false, and sometimes outright defamatory. They have an agenda. So does Gates. All that rage serves to misdirect outrage and critical inquiry.

We intend to focus more on the EPO scandals in the coming days.

03.29.21

A South American Perspective on Misframing the Debate about Free Software and Critics of Bill Gates

Posted in Bill Gates, Free/Libre Software, Microsoft at 10:09 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

OSI and Gates

Last year the OSI became a Microsoft (GitHub) reseller and little more

Summary: In 2021 it has become harder to have a rational discussion, based on underlying facts, when it comes to Microsoft’s co-founder, who continues to meddle in the affairs of the Free software community (sometimes subversion, sometimes just distraction)

THIS might shock some people, but the OSI isn't exactly tolerant (except tolerance for the intolerant), it's nowadays serving Microsoft, and it’s doing openwashing more than Open Source. That’s similar to the Gates-connected "Inner Source" (proprietary rebranded, or GitHub — being proprietary — as “ethical”). While it’s true that Gates has his finger in a lot of things, some people go too far and falsely associate him with crazy things. That, in turn, helps him demonise if not censor/silence his critics.

A reader of ours from Argentina (longtime reader; well over a decade) sent us a detailed analysis or thoughts about the RMS issue, noting the role it has served to distract from the real MIT scandal (Epstein and Gates; how many people even remember that?), as we noted yesterday. For those who missed yesterday’s story, the gist is the framing of all Gates critics as paranoid conspiracy theorists (or “Conspiranoia Strawman Attacks Defending Bill Gates” by means of false connotations).

We’re aware that many of our readers have been noticing the same thing (in every country, in every language). The Gates-funded media likes to portray people who mention Gates in a negative context as merely a bunch of dangerous cranks. Some of them might be, but the media doesn’t like putting the focus on those with legitimate criticisms. That would disrupt the false narrative, wouldn’t it?

“Whatever the case,” our reader told us, “I want to share with you some notes about my perspective of the whole Gates issue. Mainly because I have very few people that I can talk about these issues with. So please feel no rush to read this, as I know you have lots of things to do, and of course also no need to answer.”

We’ve decided to make some grammatical changes (purely grammatical and typographical), knowing that many people out there must have experienced the same thing, not just in South America (Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking spheres). I know for a fact we’ve come across those cranks, even here in Manchester.

“Think about it: what the hell has Argentina’s conservative and non-techie middle class (the anti-quarantine sector here) got ANYTHING to do with Bill Gates? How did that person end up with that placard?”
      –Anonymous
“Please take a look at this,” the reader said. “That’s an anti-quarantine woman, protesting last year in Buenos Aires when the national government stated strong measures against COVID. There were lots of those. Think about it: what the hell has Argentina’s conservative and non-techie middle class (the anti-quarantine sector here) got ANYTHING to do with Bill Gates? How did that person end up with that placard?”

“It’s not isolated. Here’s Spain. And the thing goes all around the world. You surely recognize that, so I’ll just stop the details there.”

Here in Techrights we’ve taken note of it countless times before, especially last year. The grievances expressed were largely or partly misplaced, based entirely on speculation when in fact there were perfectly factual grounds for berating Gates and even arresting the man. He was arrested several times in the past, so he knows the feeling…

“The COVID crisis made Gates suddenly some kind of secret villain behind the curtains,” our reader wrote. “At least for the anti-vaxers and anti-quarantine people (and anti-science in general too).”

Then Gates would pose as a scientist in the media (he never studied science; never graduated from college, either) and say that all his critics were basically “against science…”

Convenient, isn’t it? Straw man all around…

“But the COVID case is just opportunistic,” our reader noted. “Bill Gates had the same role in the 5G conspiranoia before that. And the 5G conspiranoia was (IIRC) a 2019 thing: the same year of Gates reveals and RMS cancellation. With COVID, there’s a strong reason to be paranoid: the whole world is afraid of an invisible death agent. It’s frankly almost understandable. But 5G? Fricking cellphone antennae? What the hell was that? And before that, Bill Gates was not a thing outside of the Free Software spaces, and very few other places (like the Gates Foundation’s investigations, which NEVER happened to appear in any media around here, and maybe the Monsanto links). How did that happen?”

Whatever the case, right now many people hesitate to name Gates (in a negative way) for fear of falsely associating with some stigmatised group.

“The COVID crisis made Gates suddenly some kind of secret villain behind the curtains…”
      –Anonymous
“Of course,” our reader continued, “as you say in your post, these tactics are not anything new. I know that. Straw men and ad hominem attacks are the basis of non-debating, and the quickest tools in rhetoric. Thing is, you can’t just do that to the other side of the world by snapping your fingers, just like that. That’s something else. 5G is not a thing in Argentina, yet there was a bunch of paranoid people speaking about that, long before COVID. It was a successful narrative (to some degree) even here. That’s not normal, as we have totally different cultures, history, and problems compared to the US or UK (two places where I’ve seen reports about anti-5G protests). Here’s what troubles me: In Argentina, I have but two records of something like this happening before. By “something like this” I mean “right-wing middle class successfully gathered under some foreign narrative”.”

“The first one was during the seventies: the age of Latin American “red scare”. That time, Argentina’s right-wing middle class was tolerant of (when not celebrating) military coups and anti-Communist-related death campaigns. The “foreign” part wasn’t exactly Communism (as we had Chile’s elected government, Cuba, and the whole Cold War), but who where staging all the combined military coups (and economic changes) on the region: that was Plan Condor.”

“The second one began in about 2008, close to the financial crisis, when a new wave of strong anti-Communism hit Argentina’s right-wing middle class, and the first steps of lawfare in the region started. This seems to be slowly ending now, with Argentina’s late 2019 government, Bolivia coup rejected by popular vote, and Lula’s legal status cleared just days ago. Yet, it is a still-alive thing, and the common denominators are the same: same media conglomerates spreading noise, same US-led influences on key state people through embassies. Many of us say around here that combined lawfare actions in Latin America are a second (and active) Plan Condor.”

“And now this: right-wing middle class getting on the train of conspiranoia from somewhere else, taking it to the streets and affecting mainstream politics. This time it looks almost totally random, until you see things like these.” [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] (All are images)

“It’s the same people. The same anti-Communist sector from the seventies (you can see anti-Communist slogans there), and the one telling my generation my whole life “politicians are all the same and all corrupt” (which is also a live trend in the rest of the world), is the one now us stuff in the streets, screaming about killer 5G, nanochips in the vaccines, and ‘New World Order’. That’s NOT random. All of those pictures are from Argentina, yet they match what’s happening in remote places like the US (same Republican slogans), the UK, Spain, and almost everywhere else. At the same time, ultra-right-wing parties are a growing trend.”

“…right-wing middle class getting on the train of conspiranoia from somewhere else, taking it to the streets and affecting mainstream politics.”
      –Anonymous
“You don’t penetrate local culture that easily; you need local interests aligned in order for people to listen to your noise. And we know the players here: that first link is from Clarin, the biggest media conglomerate in Argentina, with a very dark history. And Black Rock: the biggest financial fund in the world. But in the seventies and before, these operations needed the Catholic Church involved for them to reach people over here. That was even the case by 2008, when some local conflict involved the then-Archbishop of Buenos Aires (now Pope Francis) in order to rally several sectors of Argentine demography; but by that time media was already stronger than the church, and the Catholic Church in particular was in crisis too. Today there’s social media, of course. Yet, all of this looks like the very same modus operandi between the very same interests.”

“I don’t fear some kind of secret dark cabal of powerful people; I fear the social consequences of all this. Argentina was not a better place after the seventies; it was destroyed, and the people are still scarred. The world is frankly in decline since the neo-liberal wave from the seventies, and the 2008 crisis turned out to bring another (although shorter) neo-liberal wave. And this looks (very seriously now) like a worldwide neo-fascist wave.”

“I just can’t see the Gates influence and the whole ‘cancel culture’ thing as somewhat of an outsider to that context. It’s the same with Trump, with Brexit, with Bolsonaro, with Vox (Spain’s ultra-right-wing party, not the website). That’s how some sector in Argentina suddenly babbles about the same crazy stuff other people do in other parts of the world. And the scary thing is that this is not about “facts vs lies” but about how the hell are our cultures being hacked and cracked? It’s about weaponizing morals and fears against the very interests of the people feeling all that; that’s how we suddenly happen to be fighting actually good people with good intentions. Gates may be defending himself from his dirty reveals and that’s just it, but the tools he’s using are a whole other deal. Free Software was a very niche thing before this, and talking about Gates was actually possible, whereas today, saying “Bill Gates” out loud instantly means insanity, and “RMS” means pedophilia. That may be a successful campaign from Gates, but if the cost is social hysteria, then speaking about Gates is not about Free Software or RMS anymore, and this is a line crossed from Gates’ side.”

“I just can’t see the Gates influence and the whole ‘cancel culture’ thing as somewhat of an outsider to that context. It’s the same with Trump, with Brexit, with Bolsonaro, with Vox (Spain’s ultra-right-wing party, not the website).”
      –Anonymous
“Also, I don’t see this man comfortable being the center of social discord. It’s not beyond him, of course: he’s a cretin. But I feel his tactics with other issues were always at a lower profile. I mean, he always had his PR, and his deals were always shady, but the third step was always weak in its impact and localizing the target; now it’s the whole world talking shit about Gates in order to set up critics of Gates as insane. That’s a whole other level.”

“With all this in mind, I may be wrong, but my bet is that Gates is using services previously used by other organizations, most likely politics-oriented, and that’s how he ended like this.”

This is correct. We’ve previously covered how Gates recycled political PACs and even hired PR operatives of politicians. We wrote many articles about this roughly one decade ago (back when we covered those issues a lot more closely).

“Spot on,” an associate of ours interjected regarding this analysis. Our Argentinian reader supposes that Gates doesn’t wish to be at the centre of social discord. “I do,” our associate replied. “He has no alternative. He has to take the heat off of himself about his Epstein-related activities. This is especially true if he has aspirations for high office, which he appears to have. And he looks like he has been preparing for a move into office for close to 20 years now. Biologically he’s running out of time and his long-running reputation management campaigns have seem to reached a turning point in recent years and, while still running, have shifted direction. That was prior to his Epstein-related activities coming to light. These Epstein-related activities now have potential to threaten his political aspirations.”

“Lastly, keep in mind that politicians still mistake social control media for communications media. So, for the most part, many of them are getting played along with the populace especially because social control media is framing the debates in a way that steers them in particular directions.”
      –Techrights Associate
“Gates eased out of lobbying and entered politics over 20 years ago. It tracks a little with the trajectory of Microsoft itself: software (70s) -> operating system (80s) -> marketing (90s) -> cult (00 +)… Microsoft have been an amalgamation of business and cult like Scientology or of politics and cult like Islam since the end of the 1990s. Gates has been riding that for his investments and also for his growing taste for political power. The Biden administration is already beholden to him.”

“So,” concluded our reader from Argentina, “I have some (very little) hope that this whole Gates operation was sloppy, rushed, too sudden even for their operators to handle cleanly. Yet, I don’t have the skills to look for something like that. I believe a precise chronology would be the first step, but searching this stuff in an Internet so full of noise is kinda hopeless two years later. However, if I were to do some investigation like that, instead of looking for Microsoft links (like you usually do), I’ll look for known right-wing organizational links, as this looks much more like what Trump does than what Gates does.”

To conclude with the words of an associate: “It appears that there are also other interests benefiting from the noise around Gates. My guess is that one faction is the same as those interests which have invested and continue to invest in “both sides” of various online debates in order to turn them in to vicious, polarized arguments. For them, the strawman attacks against Gates would be just another piece on the board in maneuvers to eventually help pull off what happened in Argentina, Chile, and other places in the 1970s but on a global scale this time.”

“Lastly, keep in mind that politicians still mistake social control media for communications media. So, for the most part, many of them are getting played along with the populace especially because social control media is framing the debates in a way that steers them in particular directions.”

03.28.21

On “Conspiranoia Strawman Attacks Defending Bill Gates.”

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception at 7:34 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Summary: The video above discusses a troubling pattern of responses (or generic rebuttal) to critics of Bill Gates, based on a stigma or stereotypes associated with those critics because corporate media gives air time to the wrong people

LAST year we expressed concern about a seemingly new tactic for discrediting critics of Bill Gates, a man who had been arrested several times in his life before committing crimes at Microsoft. The person has hardly changed, but the Public Relations stunts keep changing. A lot can be accomplished with vast media budget.

“A reader of ours from Argentina noticed that same thing in his country.”One particular pattern of critics being dismissed was described here before and it was explained more than half a dozen times. It’s similar to the “Microsoft basher” stigma, but it’s actually a lot more effective than accusing Gates critics of being “hateful” or “jealous”; nowadays they’re being framed as a bunch of cranks. “I have commented on that observation before, too,” an Associate of ours noted. “Though I had noticed the volume more than the sudden onset of the conspiranoia strawman attacks defending Gates.”

A reader of ours from Argentina noticed that same thing in his country. He commented on how this relates to the RMS attacks. “Little detail about the RMS issue,” he said, was worth pointing out. “I’ve been following the news on Techrights about the cancelling of RMS since day zero, and there’s a detail in the whole story I don’t recall reading it there (or anywhere else for the matter).”

Journalism’s Gates keepers“The chronology is fuzzy, but the thing is there. You see, almost at exactly the same time Gates began the onslaught against RMS, suddenly and out of nowhere, if you happen to speak against Bill Gates you’re a lunatic.”

“I mean this: at the same time the campaign against RMS started, Bill Gates also started to be the focus of conspiranoia. Comments everywhere about Bill Gates and 5G antenae that breaks your DNA, vaccines with nanochips, Qanon level stuff about deep state and NWO, and stuff like that. And paid media talking about that: lots of news about “Bill Gates thinks this and that about vaccines and global warming”, and “look at all the idiotic things crazy people say online about Bill Gates”. It’s even the case here in Argentina media.”

“So, I believe this attack had THREE fronts. Bashing RMS is one of them: you’ve been reporting a lot about that. Posing Gates as a goody philanthropist with deep ideas is a second one. You’ve also said a fair share about that, and is basically every rich person’s PR campaign. But there’s a third one: trying to let critics as some kind of mentally ill people with serious problems to gasp reality. And that last aspect is barely mentioned in your reports.”

Journalism’s Gates keepersThis is actually untrue. We wrote about it many times, both in IRC and here in the site. The “5G” aspect was mentioned mostly as an analogy, saying strew man had been set to distract from legitimate criticism of 5G technology (hype and downsides).

Moreover, such PR techniques aren’t exactly novel or new. We can find analogous things in history (and no, we won’t say “aliens” or “moon landing” or “JFK or “9/11″ or whatever). It’s part of a broader tactic of setting up and then amplifying unreasonable views, where the real goal is to create and reinforce a stigma in the public psyche. The civil rights movements has some examples of that kind; for example, you infiltrate groups and put ‘agents provocateuer’ in them. They do something really mad and malicious to tarnish the name of the whole group. We don’t need to have theories and hypothesis on that because there are well documented examples (and actual documents) to show such programs in police departments and agencies like the FBI.

In the case of Gates, it’s difficult to understand where that came from and whether it was merely interjected into existing groups that would stain a particular line of discussion/dialogue.

Our reader explained it as follows: “I tell you this because I’m convinced the timeline of that third aspect matches the one of the Epstein-Gates reveals. The Gates conspiranoia was very sudden and unexpected: Bill Gates was no longer a thing in media since many years ago, and then all of that noise was everywhere in matter of days. Perhaps there’s something searchable about that trend, some links to be made? Who knows… maybe that leads to something useful.”

Journalism’s Gates keepers“Of course, I can’t thank you enough for your amazing and tireless work, but you already know that. I wrote my own article about the cancelling of RMS back in 2020, for a magazine some friends of mine are setting up online. As the project is being constantly delayed, my article never saw the light. It was directed to non-informed people, mixing some awareness about both Free Software, cancel culture, and the cancer that is Gates. I’m in the process of rewritting it now, as new events are happening. I’ll let you know if that article someday goes online, as it quotes Techright’s work on Gates.”

Since the beginning of 2020 we’ve had people attempting to interject complete and utter nonsense about Gates into our IRC channels and even comments (thankfully they cannot sabotage our stories by leaving random comments). It mostly started in January of last year. People would attempt to insinuate, with little or no evidence, that Gates somehow started COVID-19 and people who did that weren’t regular of ours. They would just enter the IRC channel, drop in a bunch of nonsense, then leave in anger because we rejected/turned down their theories, never to return to IRC again.

I’ve decided to record the video about to respond to this issue because it is quite important. Other sites can easily fall for those same people or tricks.

03.25.21

No GitHub Petition About Bill Gates Working to Release Epstein From Prison

Posted in Bill Gates, Microsoft at 6:10 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Summary: Funny how nobody talks about the real scandal anymore

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