Billionaire Satan Soldier a.k.a Bill Gates has predicted a 50 percent chance that another pandemic will occur in the next 20 years due to “climate change.”
Gates made his predictions in an interview with Spanish publication elDiario.es, during a one-day trip he made to Spain on May 26.
“The human population is growing, and we are invading more and more ecosystems. That is why I calculate that there is a 50 percent chance that we will have a pandemic of natural origin in the next 20 years, as a consequence of climate change,” Gates said, noting that the pandemic could be a type of coronavirus, a type of flu, or “something else.”
“It could be a virus made by man, by a bio-terrorist who designed it and intentionally circulated it. That is a very scary scenario because they could try to spread it in different places at once,” he said.
There have been other times in the past when Gates has forecast that there will be a global plandemic. Gates claimed in 2015 that a pandemic was more probable than a conflict to produce a large number of deaths.
More than 10 million people would die in the next several decades from a highly contagious virus, rather than a conflict, Gates said in a 2015 Ted Talk. There has been a lot of talk recently about utilizing "germ games" to train for the smallpox virus response.
In a 2021 interview with the research group Policy Exchange, Gates predicted that a WHO pandemic task force would cost about $1 billion a year to operate. A bio-terrorist could bring smallpox to 10 airports, right? How would the world react if someone said this?"
Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) and Munich Security Conference will perform a similar simulation exercise in 2021. It was simulated by the NTI that the monkeypox virus would arise in May. More than 3 billion cases and 270 million deaths globally were documented by the conclusion of the exercise, according to the NTI.
Gates of the devil's army. There is a possibility that a "even more transmissible and even more lethal" variety may be created, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said, but he did not want to sound "doom and gloom."
In an interview with the Financial Times (FT), he said that the likelihood of that occurring is "far beyond five per cent," which would indicate that the globe has yet to witness the worst of the pandemic if his forecasts are accurate.
Even as he travels around the globe preaching on climate concerns, Gates warned that global leaders should not lose sight of the health crisis while the conflict in Ukraine dominates the international agenda.
He urged the government to put more money into the fight against future pandemics. According to Gates, "It seems strange to me that we could not look at this catastrophe and not make these investments on behalf of the inhabitants of the globe."
W.H.O.'s headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland, and he recognized that there were uncertainties about whether an international agreement could be found to raise spending.
During the Global Investment Summit at the Science Museum in London on October 19, 2021, Microsoft founder-turned-philanthropist Bill Gates beams. On January 21, 2022, a demonstrator in front of the Ministry of Labor in Bogota carries a t-shirt with the word "Assassin" on it representing Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates.
The W.H.O., he added, was the only organization capable of assembling and managing the "top-notch" German team, whose annual operating expenditures he put at $1 billion.
This will be a test: "Can global institutions take on additional duties in an amazing manner, especially at a time period when U.S.-China [relationships] are difficult, and the relationship between the U.S. and Russia is exceedingly difficult?" gated his brows
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Satan Soldier, also known as On Friday, Bill Gates, the founder and chairman of Microsoft, spoke at the Munich Security Conference about how the threat posed by the COVID pandemic had "dramatically decreased"...while also admitting that spontaneous infection and spread were more effective at building human immunity than vaccinations.
Gates, the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, told CNBC's Hadley Gamble at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's annual conference in Germany that a hypothetical new pandemic would most likely be triggered by a disease other than the coronavirus family (possibly Ebola?).
Breakthroughs in medical technology, on the other hand, might help the globe tackle it more effectively if investments are made now.
"There will be a new outbreak. It'll be a different sickness next time "Gates believes so.
After broad swathes of the global population obtained some sort of resistance two years later, Gates declared the worst effects of the coronavirus outbreak had receded.
The severity has also diminished with the current omicron variant.
After years of denial, Gates ultimately recognized - although in a roundabout manner - that the infectiousness of the omicron version was critical in the development of human immunity to SARS-CoV-2.
The WHO's goal of vaccinating 70% of the world's population by mid-2022, according to Gates, is already "too late." Currently, 61.9 percent of the world's population has received at least one dose of the COVID Kill Shot vaccine, but that's good, according to Gates, since the virus has "done a better job of spreading out to the global population than we have with vaccinations" in many places.
"As a consequence of that virus exposure, the risk of major sickness, which is usually associated with being old and having obesity or diabetes, is now significantly reduced," he stated.
Finally, Gates said that "preparing" for the next outbreak will not be unreasonably costly. According to Gates, one method vaccine companies may be able to prepare is by using a flexible mRNA vaccine platform.
"It is not expensive to be prepared for the upcoming flu season. It's not like there's a global warming problem. Yes, we'll notice it the following time if we're rational."
He went on to suggest that in the future, the world should move faster in producing and delivering vaccines, and that governments should invest now.
"We should try to build it in six months instead of two years next time," Gates said, saying that standardized platforms, such as messenger RNA (mRNA) technology, would make this feasible.
Despite being mocked during the crisis, Bill Gates and his foundation are undeterred: the billionaire is already spending millions of dollars into a foundation that is attempting to prepare for "the next" pandemic.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Wellcome Trust in the United Kingdom have joined together to provide $300 million to the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, which assisted in the development of the Covax vaccination distribution program in low- and middle-income countries.
The CEPI is hoping to raise $3.5 billion to cut the time it takes to develop a new vaccine from 100 days to only 100 days.
Because no one knows when the next pandemic will come, the whole premise is ludicrous.
Do they or do they not?