Saturday, May 29, 2021

Primary Motivations Behind the Plandemic (Part Five)

Psychological Warfare and the Pandemic

Interested in learning more about Bill Gates’ motivations? In a 2017 video that compiles an excerpt from a TED Talk and various interviews, Gates suggests that due to ongoing population growth, there is a need for population reduction. No fancy editing; this is him and his own words. In reference to population levels during the TED Talk, Gates says, “If we do a really great job on new [injections], health care, and reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 to 15%.” Yes, you heard that right, using injections to reduce population growth! If an injection is supposed to protect people against disease and death, then how can it be used as a tool to reduce population growth?!

Then the video shows Gates speaking about his $10 Billion investment in injections. When asked about what his investment means, Gates speaks to “inventing new [injections] and making sure they get out to all the children who need them.” He says, “The benefits [are] there in terms of reducing sickness [and] reducing the population growth.” And yes, you saw that right: Again, he speaks about using injections to reduce populations, this time in reference to CHILDREN! Are we talking about a systematic sterilization?!

Unsurprisingly at this point, again speaking about sickness in children in the next interview, Gates goes on to say that a goal of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is to have a reduction in sickness and population growth.” Then, in the interview after that, when speaking about foreign assistance for injections—treatments that are effective at “saving lives”—he says, “The good news is that as you make those breakthroughs, the population growth in the country goes down.”

So, some might say that Gates doesn’t appear to have any interest in saving lives; instead, they argue that it appears as though his goal is to eradicate populations that don’t fit his world view. They say he uses every tool at his disposal: injections, “reproductive health,” and other forms of “health care.” They say he’ll do whatever it takes to achieve his goal of reducing population growth, even if it includes children! If all of this is true, how sick would that be?!

In a 2017 TED Talk entitled, “The disease-eradicating potential of gene-editing,” Dr. Tal Zaks—Chief Medical Officer overseeing preclinical development, clinical development, and regulatory affairs across Moderna and its ventures—speaks directly to this potential. To summarize the talk, I’ll refer you to the video’s description:

“If our cells are the hardware and our genetic material the operating system, what if we could change a few lines of code? In this cutting-edge science talk, oncologist Dr. Tal Zaks reviews the future of personalized medicine, which may lie with gene-editing injections tailored to each patient's immune system, teaching it to overcome the genetic mutations that trigger diseases like cancer.”

In the video, he speaks of “hacking the software of life” and that related studies are “changing the way we think about prevention and treatment of disease.” He goes on to quickly describe human biology and the important role of mRNA. He states that mRNA “transmits the critical information from the DNA, our genes, to the protein, which is really the stuff we’re all made out of.” He adds that this mRNA is comprised of the “critical information that determines what a cell will actually do.”

Furthermore, Dr. Zaks says that “we [i.e. he and Moderna] think of it like an operating system,” where if you can change a “line of code,” it will have “profound implications for everything from the flu to cancer.” He then speaks about injections for the flu that would use mRNA instead of the pathogen’s protein, making it so the body would “create its own antibodies.” He states that this technology has already been used in animal models and (then) recently in humans, and that “we’re going to be developing a whole slew of [injections] against diseases for which we don’t have one.”

At this point, let’s pause and consider Dr. Zaks’ talk. From a business standpoint, isn’t it an interesting coincidence how this “development” in medical technology happened just prior to the pandemic taking place? Isn’t it a convenient opportunity to perform mass trials on humans without any liability for mistakes? Isn’t it equally a convenient opportunity for its developers—and its investors, like Bill Gates—to earn massive profits?

From the perspective of a person who could receive a mRNA injection, do you feel confident in this technology? It is, after all, only a few years old. In fact, in reference to mRNA’s use for cancer, Dr. Zaks says,

“When we started to do this a couple years ago, my CEO stopped by one evening and said, ‘Tal, I get the idea, but is this gonna work?’ And I said, ‘Look, Stéphane, I don’t know. But, we’ve got all the pieces to try and answer the question, so we should try.’ And today, I can tell you that I still don’t know if it’s going to work. But, I know we’re able to actually run the experiment.”

Do you want to be one of the subjects of this experiment? I know I won’t be!

Now, what about the motivations of governments and rich philanthropists? Read on to Part Six to learn more!

And if you haven’t read Part Four, go back to “Is It Really a Plandemic?

- Steve

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