Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Is It Really a Plandemic? (Part Four)

Psychological Warfare and the Pandemic

In an attempt to answer who is behind the plandemic, I’ll offer some additional questions designed to further clarify the first:

1. Who has been most vocal about the “crisis”?

2. What has been said in the past about the potential for an epidemic?

3. And who stands to gain (and lose) from the situation?

While some would say that the psychological warfare involved in the plandemic is more recent, I submit that the full force of what we’re experiencing now may have been initiated earlier than we think. The video that I will speak to next involves a series of utterances made by a particularly influential and unimaginably rich person that may have the influence and/or power to make certain things happen. The date goes back to 2015, but if we consider documents such as Agenda 21 put out by the United Nations back in 1992, maybe the seed of fear was planted much earlier. In that document, there was already talk about “concerns” related to population growth and avenues at the disposal of UN members to “manage” certain “issues.”

In any case, let’s now take a closer look at the video that I am referring to...

During a 2015 TED Talk, Bill Gates said that “the greatest risk of global catastrophe” is not nuclear war, but a highly infectious pathogen that could kill 10 million or more people. He then refers to the need for investment in a system—including necessary people and tools— that would allow us to be better prepared to address such an epidemic; that our (then) current lack of a system is really a “global failure.” Moreover, he adds that the World Health Organization (WHO) is not able to address matters directly. And, as a result of all of these things, Gates says that the next epidemic “could be more devastating than Ebola.”

Next, in rapid succession, Gates goes on to reference the following concerns: airborne pathogens, rapid spread, case numbers, a large number of deaths, asymptomatic transmission, natural epidemic, and bio-terrorism. Then, he even uses a model—that is, an idea that may not resemble reality—of an airborne pathogen that spreads throughout the world in order to demonstrate that this is serious and of great concern. Hmm... All of this seems oddly familiar...

Furthermore, Gates emphasizes the importance of preparedness in order to prevent or “stop the spread”; he refers to our ability to build a great response system using the tools at our disposal. He talks about the benefits of “science” and technology, including the use of cell phones for the bidirectional sharing of information between governments and people; he comments on us having satellite maps to “see where people are and where they are moving” (tracking and spying?) and that advances in biology would allow us to “dramatically change the turnaround time to look at a pathogen and be able to make drugs and [injections] that fit for that pathogen.”

Speaking about the tools being put into an overall global health system and the need for preparedness, Gates says that the “best lessons...on how to get prepared are again what we do for war.” He speaks rapidly about how it’s analogous to the military: soldiers, full-time, waiting to go; reserves to scale us up to large numbers; mobile units to deploy rapidly; and war games to check training, logistics, and the use of the same frequencies. Gates says that these are the kind of things needed to deal with an epidemic; we need to pair the medical people with the military; and we should have simulations like “Germ Games” instead of war games to see where the holes are. And on the subject of “germ games,” he referred to a previous simulation in 2001 that didn’t go so well; he said, so far, the score is: Germs 1, People 0.

Thereafter, he said that we need to have lots of advanced research and development (R&D) in the areas of injections and diagnostics. Surprisingly, Gates then tells us that there are “big breakthroughs, like adeno-associated [pathogen], that could work very quickly.”

WAIT, did you hear what I heard?! First, to clarify, what is an adenovirus? The CDC says:

Adenoviruses are common [pathogens] that cause a range of illness. They can cause cold-like symptoms, fever, sore throat, bronchitis, pneumonia, diarrhea, and pink eye (conjunctivitis). You can get an adenovirus infection at any age. People with weakened immune systems or existing respiratory or cardiac disease are more likely than others to get very sick from an adenovirus infection…”

Second, doesn’t this description sound eerily similar to the airborne pathogen of this pandemic? Don’t forget: This TED Talk is from back in 2015.

And third, how is it that he is referring to “big breakthroughs” in reference to an “adenovirus”? Was this a slip of the tongue, where Gates is saying that a pathogen was developed and is ready for deployment? Did he know something that we didn’t? The things that make you go, “Hmm?!”

Approaching the end of the talk, Gates says that he doesn’t know the exact cost of the system he’s recommending. He suggests that the investments are likely to be “very modest” as compared to the “potential harm.” He refers to the World Bank estimation that global wealth would be reduced by $3 Trillion if a worldwide flu epidemic took place and that millions of people would die.

Interestingly enough, speaking further about the investments, you can find another Freudian slip: He says that the benefits would go beyond just being ready for the epidemic; “the primary health care, the R&D, those things would reduce global health equity and make the world more just as well as more safe.”

Wait, so, what he’s proposing is designed to DECREASE equity; that is, Gates wants LESS equity in the world? And then by decreasing equity, the world will be fairer and safer? Is he insinuating that:

a. Those who do invest now will protect themselves;

b. Those who can’t invest—i.e. the poor—will die; and

c. That will be a good result because it will make things more fair and safe for the rich?

Was this a mistake? Did Gates mean to say “inequity” instead of “equity”? Seems awfully suspicious to me!

To end the talk, Gates says that there is no need to panic, hoard, and hide in the basement, but we do need to respond quickly because time is not on our side. He says that the one positive of the Ebola epidemic is that it serves as an early warning and a wake-up call to get ready for the next epidemic.

After hearing the talk, I started wondering: Is Gates preparing us for the coming of a society where the “haves” accumulate even more and the “have-nots” have even less? Does it come from protecting the “haves” and leaving the “have-nots” for dead? And who’s going to pay for all of the investments that he speaks of? I doubt that it’ll be him; the “we” that he speaks of paying for things is you and I through taxes!

If this report from CBS it’s true, that “Billionaires got 54% richer during [the] pandemic,” then surely the rich would want it to continue. Maybe they initiated the plandemic in the first place! Isn’t it interesting how Gates is one of these rich folks and has so much interest in pathogens and the pandemic?

Has any of the above served to scare you? It surely scares me! I mean, not the pathogen; rather, fear of those who are behind the plandemic; fear of how they use it against us and stand to gain from it, while you and I are left suffering and in misery.

To learn more about Gates and others' motivations, read on to Part Five!

And if you haven’t read Part Three, check out, “Do Masks and Injections Equal Protection and Freedom?

- Steve

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