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Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4)
1 Education Uncensored Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) Who is Bill Gates? Is he just motivated by money? Is this relentless urge to vaccinate the entire population of the world just the result of greed? Or is there something else that is driving this agenda? As the third part of the Corbett report shows, money is not the ultimate goal of Gates charity. A look behind the mask: who is Bill Gates? Bill Gates and the Population Control Network Bill Gates and the Population Control Network MR. B: Hello everyone! CHILDREN: Mister B! ROBOT: What is your secret mission about? MR. B: It's not my mission, it's an idea that came from our good friend Mister Bill Gates. MR. GATES: Hello children! BOY: The real, real Bill, personally? Bill? GIRL: He's saying we're big fans, Mister Gates. It is a curious fact that Bill Gates scribes, PR copywriters who for the most part work for large corporations funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, consistently portray this monotonous software developer as a cartoon superhero, the uses his superpower to be very rich to save the planet. NEWS ANNOUNCER: Behind closed doors on this New York campus - a secret gathering of some of the most powerful people in the world: Gates, Buffet, Bloomberg, Winfrey. It was like it was with the superheroes. The 4 greatest heroes in the world are gathered in the Great Hall of the Justice League. But these cartoon-fueled hymns of praise reveal more than is known about Gates and the other mega-rich philanthropists they try to idolize. They reveal that the idea of the selfless billionaire do-gooder is such an incredible work of fiction that it can only be seen as an animated film on Saturday mornings. As we saw in our first two episodes of Bill Gates 'role as a major global player in health care, the seemingly selfless generosity of the Gates family through their foundation of the same name has indeed increased their own fortune significantly, with Bill Gates' personal fortune being in the alone has doubled in the last 10 years. But this public health takeover and the remarkably brazen push to vaccinate everyone on the planet wasn't really about money. These 2 topics were covered in Part 1, Bill Gates 'Monopoly on World Health, and Part 2, Bill Gates' Plan to Vaccinate the World. The inconceivable wealth that Gates has amassed is now being used to buy something far more useful: control. Control, Not Just Global Bill Gates and Population Control (Part 3/4) 1/12
2 health authorities that can coordinate a global vaccination program or the government that would commission such an unprecedented campaign, but control over the world's population itself. Today's Corbett report is about Bill Gates and the network of population control from a journalistic point of view Good Morning America's silly account of the mysterious billionaires meeting that took place in New York in 2009 was a failure. He listed some of the participants in the meeting and their total assets. JOHN BERMAN: Gates, Buffet, Bloomberg, Winfrey along with other participants in the meeting including Georg Soros, Ted Turner, David Rockefeller, they have more than $ 125 billion in net worth. The editor-in-chief of Forbes was turned to see what it would be like to witness such wealth. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: To have been in the room to see the meeting of the thinkers would have been a really fascinating thing. And the reason given by the participants for the meeting was dutifully reported. JOHN BERMAN: So much money, so much power at one table. That begs the question of what they did. What did they hatch? Total world domination? This group talked for 6 hours together about charity, education, emergency relief and global health. Before we end with another youthful appeal to comic superhero history: JOHN BERMAN: The new supermen and Wonder Woman, the super rich heroes, they don't fight the bad guys, but they fight for the good anyway. Good Morning America, John Berman, abc news. Yes, from a journalistic standpoint, Berman's report was a total failure. There was no attempt to question attendees about the meeting, no room for criticism of these billionaires or questions about their motives, no basic journalism of any kind. But as a PR piece it was brilliant. It leaves the viewer with the vague feeling that some kind of gathering was taking place somewhere in New York where rich people, who shouldn't be forgotten, are superheroes, talked about charity. One would need to consult relevant sources to find out whether the meeting was in the personal residence of Sr. Paul Nurse, former President of Rockefeller University, and whether the invitation to the meeting was co-authored by Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and David Rockefeller or whether the aim of the meeting was to consider how their wealth could be used to slow the growth of the world's population. Given that these extraordinarily rich and powerful men, including Warren Buffet, David Rockefeller, and Ted Turner, have all expressed their belief that the increasing human population is the greatest threat to humanity, it should come as no surprise that they have convened a conference to discuss how best to bring their vast wealth to the project to reduce the number of people on the planet. It is particularly unsurprising that those attending the meeting later named Bill Gates, a man who is particularly concerned with population control, as the most impressive speaker at the event. BILL GATES: Here we see a graph that shows the total world population over the past few hundred years. And that's a bit scary at first glance. In 1800 there were fewer than 1 billion. After that it's three, four, five, six and Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 2/12
3 7.4 billion. And where we are today, things are even faster. So Melinda and I wondered if providing new drugs and keeping the children alive would create a bigger population problem. INTERWIEVER: And what the developing countries don't need are more children. MELINDA GATES: And I think that was the biggest wow factor for Bill and me when we started this work. Because, of course, we asked ourselves the same tough question that you would ask yourself, namely: If you take up this job and start saving these children, will the women continue to overpopulate the world? And thank God the opposite is true. BILL GATES: This is a very important question that needs to be resolved. Because it was absolutely crucial for me. When our foundation was established, it was focused on reproductive health. That was the most important thing we did. Because I thought: population growth in poor countries is the biggest problem they face. Mothers who want to limit family size have to be provided with tools and training to do so. And I thought that's the only thing that really matters. In recent years, critics have referred to Bill Gates own words in which he linked vaccination programs with his goal of reducing population growth. BILL GATES: There are 6.8 billion people in the world today, that increases to around 9 billion. If we do a really good job with the new vaccines, health care, and reproductive health services, we could maybe cut that number by 10 or 15 percent. DR. SANJAY GUPTA: $ 10 billion over the next 10 years to make it the year of the vaccines, what exactly does that mean? BILL GATES: Well we believe that incredible progress can be made in this decade. Both by inventing new vaccines and by making these vaccines available to all children who need them. We could cut the number of children who die each year from about 9 million to half if we succeed in doing so. And the benefits in terms of reducing sick leave, decreasing population growth, really give society a chance to self-sustain after that step is taken. But as a number of fact checker websites, not to mention Bill Gates himself, are quick to determine, that doesn't mean what it sounds like. BILL GATES: What we found is that the better the families choose to have fewer children. MELINDA GATES: The truth is that when people's lives improve, when children survive for example, or when girls go to school, then people start making decisions based on the expectation that their children will live and prosper -hen will be. The result is smaller families and slower population growth. BILL GATES: I came across articles that stated that the most important thing you can do to reduce population growth is actually improve your health. And that sounds paradoxical. They think okay, better health means more children, not fewer children. In fact, the parents aspire to have 2 children who will survive into adulthood to care for them. And the higher the disease burden, the more children they have to have so that the likelihood of this is so high. So there is a perfect connection that as health improves within half a generation, the Bill Gates and the population control network (part 3/4) 3/12
4 Population growth rate is falling. Yes, it is the Gates' announced plan to reduce population growth by improving health. But the idea of using vaccines as sterilants, even without the knowledge or consent of the public, is not a conspiracy theory, but a documentable fact. In its 1968 annual report, the Rockefell Foundation dealt with the problems of the population and complained that little work is being done on immunological methods such as vaccines to reduce fertility and that research is required if a solution is to be found. The Foundation vowed to correct this problem by funding established and beginning researchers who focus their attention on aspects of reproductive biology research that affect human fertility and its control. This was not an empty promise. When the Rockefell-er Foundation released its annual report in 1988, it was able to report on progress in funding research into contraception, including through Norplant. A contraceptive that is implanted under the skin of a woman's upper arm that will work for 5 years. In its 1988 report, the Rockefeller Foundation was pleased to announce that Norplant, developed by Rockefeller's Population Council, is now approved for marketing in 12 countries. The Rockefeller Population Council and other research organizations joined forces with the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1972 to set up a task force on vaccines to regulate fertility. By 1995 they were able to report on progress in the development of a prototype, an anti-HCG vaccine, which is produced by combining an immunogen made from a synthetic peptide of human chorionic gonadotropin, or HCG for short, a hormone that is produced on the cell surface of early embryos are secreted and remain in the uterus, are formed and work in combination with a toxin carrier molecule. The vaccine stimulates an immune response that causes women to develop antibodies to the hormone, preventing them from having children. However, from the 1990s onwards, a series of scandals in connection with the WHO-led vaccination programs in the 3rd world led to claims that tetanus vaccines had been mixed with HCG in places like the Philippines and Kenya in order to prevent the To bring the population secretly under control. The controversy sparked by these allegations prompted global institutions to withdraw from the campaign and advocate population control through vaccines. But as always, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was on hand to renew interest and worked with the UK Government to host a London Family Planning Summit in 2012, at which the Foundation expressed its support for research and development funding and announced the provision of injectable contraceptives (hormonal contraceptives, hormone injections) to developing countries. MELINDA GATES: You heard me talking earlier about Sadi, who I met in Nigat. She had traveled 15 kilometers to get an injection. But let's ask ourselves what if she didn't have to go to this clinic? Suppose we looked at it from their point of view. How can we make sure that she stays in her village to get the contraceptives she wants? Now Pfitzer is testing a new form of depot, an injection for which she has to drive 15 kilometers. Now it's being tested in a new form, a new device that can be administered. It's very, very small, it's called Uniject. I think it's shown here. It's a high quality product, it's effective. It's safe, it's tiny, as you can see, and can be put in the emergency kit to give to the woman in the village. So Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 4/12
5, Sadi no longer has to drive 15 kilometers to get the injection. But the gates were not satisfied with treading on the spot. In 2014, it was announced that Microchips Biotech Inc in Lexington, Massachusetts had developed a new form of birth control. A wireless implant that can be turned on and off with a remote control and is designed to last up to 16 years. According to the MIT Technology Review, the idea arose when Bill Gates visited Robert Langer's MIT lab in 2012 and asked him if it would be possible to develop an implantable birth control device that could be turned on and off with a remote control. Langer referred Gates to the controlled release microchip technology he had invented and licensed to Microchips Biotechnology, and the Gates Foundation granted the company (Microchip Biotech Inc. for the development of implantable contraceptives) $ 20 million for the development of the implants. According to its own statement, the containment of population growth has been a core task of the Gates Foundation since it was founded. But to really understand what Gates means by population control, we need to look beyond the concept of population size control. At its most basic level, population control that Gates speaks of is not birth control, but control of the population itself. To understand the broader population control agenda and how it is tied to the Gates Foundation's plans, we need to look at a puzzling development in 2017. That year, GAVI founded and funded the alliance Gates founded and funded, the Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization and the World Bank, with vaccine manufacturers to help secure healthy markets for vaccines. They strangely strayed from their core mission of vaccinating every child on the planet in order to provide every child with a digital, biometric identity. The idea was first voiced by GAVI CEO, Seth Berkley, in an article in Nature that year: Immunization Needs a Technology Boost by Noting that the goal of 100% vaccination without secure digital identification systems is the core story of a Child can save, cannot be reached. Then he gives a specific example: We work with a company in India called Khushi Baby that creates network-independent digital health data. A necklace worn by young children contains a unique identification number on a short-range communication chip. Community health workers can scan the chip with a cell phone so they can update a child's digital records even in remote areas with poor network coverage. This sudden interest in digital identity was not a passing fad for the vaccine alliance.GAVI went one step further by becoming a founding member of the ID Alliance, a public-private partnership that has committed itself to the pioneering role in the introduction of a global, digital, biometric identity standard (standard for the measurement and statistical analysis of a living being). Other founding members of the alliance include Gates First Company, Microsoft and the Rockefeller Foundation. In 2018, GAVI called for innovation in digital technologies to find, identify and register the most vulnerable children. In particular, the call called for technologies to capture, store and register the biometric data of small children on robust biometric devices. Ber-kley continued to pursue these ideas in public appearances as one of the new core tasks of GAVI. BERKLEY: The interesting thing is that people tend to think of birth certificates as some kind of important document. But, you know, the most common Bill Gates and Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 5/12
6 Document, as I mentioned earlier, is not a birth certificate, not a death certificate, not a marriage certificate. The most common connection to vital registration for the population is actually a child health card, because we reach more than 90% of children with at least one dose of vaccine as part of a routine vaccination. So you are recorded in the system. The challenge is that the contact is not integrated into the system. So if you got him involved, you would have the option of giving them their usual ID. You have the option later if you want to buy land or want to claim your right to help them, but you know, we are not making use of that at the moment. So the children are sighted, they are enrolled in the health centers, but this information is not used for anything else. While vaccines and identity appear to be unrelated, Bill Gates has funded research in recent years that can bring these two ideas together. Late last year, Gates reached out to Rober Langer and his colleagues at MIT again to find new ways to save and record each individual's vaccine information. The result of their research was a new method of vaccine delivery. They found that by using dissolvable microneedles that emit patterns of light-emitting microparticles in the near-infrared range on the skin, they can create particle patterns in the skin of the vaccine recipients that are invisible to the eye but can be imaged with modifiable smartphones. Rice University describes the quantum dot marks left by the microneedles as something like a barcode tattoo. So who is behind this development? KEVIN MCHUGH / News.Rice.EDU, the lead researcher explains, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation reached out to us and said, Hey, we have a real problem finding out who's vaccinated. So our idea was to register the person. That way, people can later scan the neighborhood to see what vaccines have already been given and only give the vaccines they need. The microparticles that make up the fluorescent quantum dot markers are delivered with the vaccine. But they cannot be delivered with a traditional syringe. Instead, they must be delivered using a patch made of microneedles made from a mixture of soluble sugar and a polymer called PVA, as well as a quantum dot dye and the vaccine. It should come as no surprise, then, that Big Pharma's vaccine makers have turned to a novel vaccine delivery method - the self-dissolving microneedle patch - in their quest to produce the coronavirus vaccine that Gates says is necessary to return to normal . NARRATOR: The polyvaccine was first discovered at the University of Pittsburgh. In the medical center, researchers are now developing a vaccine that is administered to a so-called micro-needle field using a dissolvable plaster. PROF. LOUIS FALO: Look at it almost like a plaster. And so the microneedle field is simply applied to the skin, pressed very briefly, then removed and thrown away, and the antigen has already been released. As it turns out, this new vaccine-tagged, barcode-like tattoo is about a lot more than just making sure kids get all of the vaccinations recommended by GAVI. In a recent Ask me what you want thread on Reddit, the question was asked: What changes do we need to make to the way companies work in order to keep our economy going while maintaining social distancing? Bill Gates replied: Someday Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 6/12
7 we will have some digital evidence showing who has recovered, who has recently been tested and when we have a vaccine and who received it. In his reply, Gates neglected to mention that he himself was instrumental in initiating and funding research into the exact digital vaccination certificates he was talking about, or that these digital certificates, which are initially likely to be digital marking combined with a biometric ID card could one day take the form of vaccine-implanted quantum dot tattoos. But as in so many other aspects of the unfolding crisis, it is Gates' unscientific proclamation that we need digital evidence to prove our immunity in the new normal of the post-coronavirus world. BILL GATES: In the end, we're going to need evidence of who has recovered and who is vaccinated. It is now being implemented by a number of governments. It is now reported that onfido, a tech startup specializing in KI-based biometric ID verification, is in talks with the UK government to provide the type of digital evidence Gates mentioned - the so-called immunity pass . The proposed system provides that prospective employees scan their face or other biometric data with the app provided by onfido, link this information with a SARS-COV-2 antibody test or finally with evidence of a coronavirus vaccination and then each time, if they want to enter a closed room or a workplace, a picture is taken of them and their immunity is checked. Last month onfido announced that the company had raised an additional $ 50 million in an investment round led by Bill Gates' old company Microsoft. But this is not Gate's first biometric identity experience. A decade ago, the Indian government began what has been called the world's largest social experiment, capturing more than a billion people into the largest biometric identification database ever built. The project of scanning and fingerprinting the iris of the entire Indian population, recording their biometric data in a central database and giving them a twelve-digit identity number with which they could prove their residence and gain access to government services - and all of this within a few years, presented an unbelievable social, legal and technological challenge. It is therefore no surprise that the person who was brought on board as chief architect for the implementation of the AADHAAR project, Nandan Nilekani - Co-founder of Indian multinational Infosys, also a longtime friend of Bill Gates and a partner of Bill and Melinda Gates, on a philanthropic project called Co-Impact, which supports initiatives to address major social challenges on a large scale. Nilekani's involvement in AADHAAR even resulted in him becoming one of Gates' heroes through an ingenious video promotion produced by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. BILL GATES: My friend, Nandan Nilekani, is one of the largest, most famous entrepreneurs in India. He led the development of the world's largest biometric ID system. Now he is working on promoting his platform to improve the lives of the poorest people in the world. NANDAN NILEKANI: There are more than half a billion people in the world who don't have ID. You can't do anything in life without an ID because people are mobile, they are migrants and wherever they go, whether they have a job Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 7/12
8 or if they want to get on a train or if they want a bank account or a cell phone, if the person has no way of proving who they are then they simply will not get access to these services. So the challenge we faced was: how do we give a billion people, many of whom do not have birth certificates, how do we give them ID? And Gates has personally praised the AADHAAR program as a great asset to India. BILL GATES: Well, AADHAAR is a great asset to India. It's been designed very well because it's so easy to make digital payments. You can open a bank account. India is a leader in this. As you know, our Foundation worked with the Central Bank. You know, Nandan Nilekani and a group of people he put together did a great job. But Gates is not just a distant admirer of the AADHAAR experiment. He is not only personally connected to his chief architect. He is also associated with one of the key companies that have advanced the technology underlying the project's biometric database. IDEMIA, the iris recognition technology at the heart of the AAGHAAR system, also supplies facial recognition systems to the Chinese government and is currently developing digital driver's licenses for use in the United States. IDEMIA even developed the Khushi Baby identification chains with embedded microchips that GAVI CEO Seth Berkley touted in his article on Nature. Unsurprisingly, through its stake in the GSMA Inclusive Tech Lab, the company is receiving support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. And now Gates is funding a program to redesign AADHAAR for global launch. In 2014, the World Bank set up a cross-section working group to launch the Identification for Development Initiative, ID4D, which aims to support the advancement of the identification system using 21st century solutions. As the basis for its initiative, the World Bank names the goal: the UN Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, which states that in the next 10 years all people should be granted a legal identity, including birth registration. But ID4D was little more than a pipe dream until 2016, when the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation made catalytic contributions to the creation of the ID4D Multi-Donor Trust Fund, which partnered the UK, France and Australia governments and the Omidyar Network tempted, which aimed to shape global approaches and a common vision for identification. Unsurprisingly, this World Bank ID4D initiative includes Nandan Nilekani Gates' partner and the chief architect of AADHAAR on its advisory board, and Gates declared that he is funding the World Bank in order to transfer this AADHAAR approach to other countries. This hasty rush to capture the biometric details and assign a digital identification to every person on earth is being sold to the public under the guise of financial inclusion. The poorest people on the planet have difficulty accessing financial services and receiving government aid because they do not have official government identification. In this wording, the issuance of an official identification document, in which the biometric data of the person is registered by the government, tracked and stored in a database, is a human right that must be secured. It should come as no surprise at this point that this human right also has direct benefits for big business and for corporations seeking greater control over human populations. Gates provided some insight into the real purpose of this identification control network in Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 8/12
9 of a speech at the Financial Inclusion Forum hosted by the US Treasury Department in 2015. BILL GATES: Every country really needs to review these TYC now your customer rules so that customers can prove who they are. But of course in many countries they don't have any type of ID system and the lack of an identification system is a problem not only for payments, but also for elections, health, education and taxation. And so it is a wonderful thing to create a comprehensive identification system. Again, India is a very interesting example of where the ETA system, which is a twelve-digit identification code linked to biometric data, is gaining ground across the country and will form the basis for how we do this cost-effectively Enable conversion for every mobile phone user in India. The same thing is happening now in Pakistan and there are first attempts to create these ID programs, also in Africa. As soon as they appear at an authority, e.g. if they If you go to a primary care clinic, we will be able to capture the Bio-ID very quickly and access your electronic health record. Even if they have moved from one part of the country to the other, they can be looked after quickly and well without much paperwork or waiting. Thus the ID system is of fundamental importance. The ID control network is an essential part of the digitization of the economy; and while this is being sold as an opportunity for the world's poorest financial inclusion in the banking system provided by the likes of Gates and his banking and business associates, it is in reality a system of financial exclusion. It is the exclusion of any person or transaction that does not have authorization from the government or payment providers. BILL GATES: Once financial flows go covertly - with lots of legitimate transactions mixed up with those you want to track - and when they're going through a digital system that the US has no connection with, it's much more difficult to get the transactions you want find that you want to track down or block. Again, this is not a purely theoretical talk by Gates! He was closely involved in this process of converting the world to a digital payment system tied to a biometric identity. In 2012, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation helped found the Better than Cash Alliance, which brings government international organizations and the private sector together to accelerate the transition from cash to digital payments worldwide. And when the Indian government took the bold step of expropriating large amounts of its currency in circulation in order to return off-accounting funds to the jurisdiction of the Indian tax office, Gates praised the move as an important step in creating a bold new digital economy , of course connected to the AAD-HAAR ID network. BILL Gates: The bold step of demonetizing high-quality denominations and replacing them with new banknotes with higher security features is an important step to move from a shadow economy to an even more transparent economy, and in my opinion digital payments will increase dramatically here. In fact, I believe India will be the most digitized economy in the next few years, not just by size but also by percentage. All of these pieces of the puzzle are now coming together. Part of this that we have been happy to consult with the government on to make sure it is implemented correctly is the imminent introduction of payment institutions. For the first time, this will mean that they will have unlimited access to foreign currency on the digital phone. Once you have this digital infrastructure, the Bill Gates and Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 9/12
10 whole ways in which one would like to take advantage of government benefits can be designed differently. Over time, all of these transactions will leave their mark, and when they take out a loan, the ability to access history, whether they paid their utility bills on time, whether they saved money on their children's education, all of these things in their digital path, the credit market can assess the risk appropriately and thus free more money for investments, not only in the agricultural sector, but for all entrepreneurs in the country. The different pieces of this population control grid fit together like pieces of a puzzle. The vaccination campaign follows on from the campaign to record biometric identities, which in turn is linked to promoting a cashless society.In Gate's vision, everyone who receives government-sponsored vaccinations and everyone will have their biometric data stored in nationally managed, globally-integrated digital IDs. These digital identities will be tied to all of our actions and transactions, and if they are deemed illegal, the government or even the payment providers themselves will simply disable them. Through its pioneering work in the field of the biometric digital economy, the Indian experiment provides an experiment in which Gates was very closely involved, also a perfect example of how such a system can be abused. In 2018, a report in The Tribune revealed that full details including name, address, zip code, photo, phone number, and address of over a billion AADHAAR-registered Indians were available for purchase on WhatsApp for 500 rupees, approximately $ 7. The Indian Unic Identification Authority, which administered the AADHAAR program, had to admit that on about 210 websites, including websites of the central government and the state government department, the list of state beneficiaries along with their name, address, other details and their AADHAAR numbers. Even more worrying, recently emerged documents show that the Indian government is integrating data collected by AAD-HAAR to create a 360-degree database that automatically tracks when a citizen moves between cities, changes jobs or buys new property and integrated this data into a real-time spatial database created by ISRO, the state space agency. Only the most wantonly dull could claim the nightmarish implication of not being able to recognize this kind of all-seeing, all-pervasive society, where every transaction and every movement of every citizen is monitored, analyzed and fed into a database by the government in real time . And Bill Gates is one of those wantonly dull people. INTERWIEVERIN: There is currently a debate about data in India and around the world. Now you were an advocate of AADHAAR. You supported it. You defended it. And I think that the question is not whether it is a good idea or not, but whether it should be made mandatory for every citizen for all possible services, because it was intended that people with the AADHAAR card access government financial aid in order to avoid duplication and data leaks. So the question is because India is still grappling with the introduction of a data protection framework, a data protection regulation. In this context, does it make sense to link AADHAAR with all possible services, although the matter is being heard in court today? BILL GATES: Well, AADHAAR is just something that avoids pretending to be someone else. You know, you can have the wrong people on the state payroll. AADHAAR prevents you as an illegal worker from being on this payroll. It prevents them from collecting money - the money they shouldn't - or on a Bill Gates and Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 10/12
11 access health records to which they should not have access. The basic AADHAAR mechanism is therefore an identity mechanism and it is a shame if someone thinks, just because AADHAAR exists, that this creates a data protection problem. Gates' answer is, of course, insincere! The real purpose of a globally integrated ID network and cashless payment architecture is to remove privacy from our lives. So it's no surprise that this man who doesn't care about the privacy impact of a global real-time digital identity and payments network is also a major investor in Earth Now LLC, a company that promises to be a Install large numbers of advanced imaging satellites that continuously provide real-time video from almost anywhere on earth. No, this Gates-driven agenda is not about money, it is about control! Control over every aspect of our daily life, where we go, who we meet, what we buy and what we do. The irony is that this billionaire philanthropist who is so often portrayed as a cartoon superhero for his dazzling generosity is in reality nothing quite like a comic book super villain. This goes as far as using his enormous wealth to promote research at Harvard University on the darkening of the sun by spraying particles into the stratosphere. But again, the question begs: who is this person? What ideology drives this pursuit of control? And what is the end goal of this endeavor? Who is Bill Gates? by db. Sources: You might also be interested in: #BillGates - #BildungUncensiert - UNCENSORED - #CorbettReport - Corbett-Report - Kla.TV The other news ... free, independent, uncensored ... è what the media should not conceal ... è little Heard from the people, for the people ... è daily news from 7.45 p.m. to stay tuned is worth it! Free subscription with weekly news is available at: Bill Gates and the Population Control Network (Part 3/4) 11/12
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