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Most of us know Bill Gates as the mega-nerd, billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, but it is his amazing charity work and philanthropic endeavours that have really raised his status (particularly since the Covid-19 outbreak began) and helped us all understand how much this great, caring man really wants to help the human race survive and thrive in face of the coming catastrophes facing our world.

For those who are unaware of what a philanthropist is, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, it is “one who makes an active effort to promote human welfare.” Essentially, a very charitable person who generously gives their time and money to help those in need to make the world a better place and Bill Gates is said to be one of these great people.

It is through his and his wife’s charity organization, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, that he has been able to showcase his generosity, by supporting “a wide range of public health projects, granting aid to fight transmissible diseases such AIDStuberculosis and malaria, as well as widespread vaccine programs to eradicate polio[1] among many other philanthropic causes.

What an amazing man, hey??

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Bill follows in the footsteps of other great philanthropists, such as John D Rockefeller, who was the wealthiest person of his time, sadly passing in 1937, and billionaire businessman, George Soros, known for his generous donations to various causes.

These great men will likely be covered in more detail in future videos and posts, so I won’t say too much more on them, but for now let’s just make the assumption that because Wikipedia says that they are “philanthropists” then it must be true and they only act for the betterment of mankind…. (For the record, I’m being sarcastic!)

But back to Bill… On a TED talk back in 2010, whilst Bill was talking about the need to reduce the population in order to combat climate change, he states that, “if we do a really good job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive services, we could lower that (the population) by 10 to 15%.”

Now, I am not an expert on health, however, that statement does not make too much sense to me. I would think that by creating good vaccines that prevent or decrease the amount of people getting sick and improving health care and reproductive services, this would in fact conserve life and less people would be dying unnecessarily, therefore, the world’s population would actually increase, wouldn’t it?

Well, no. I would be pretty stupid to think something like that, but luckily Bill has made this video below, to clarify and clear up this assumption, by little ole me… so please watch so that you too, can be enlightened by his wisdom…

Fortunately, apparently from Bill’s extensive, uncited research, he states that “what we found out is that as health improves, families chose to have less children and this effect is very, very dramatic. We find that in every country in the world, this is repeated.

The population actually goes down, as health improves! This is great news, I guess.

At the time of writing this, I have not yet I have not yet taken any time to try and research this phenomenon, so for now, I will have to take this comment at face value. Better health = lower population. OK…

I will point out that from what I have found out about Bill Gates, is that he has exactly zero formal qualifications in the medical field. Does that mean that he is not smart and does not know things, of course not. It just means that he has not received any formal education in this field, that I can find anyway. You can take from that what you will…

Another interesting fact about the Gates family is that Bill’s father, Bill Gates Snr, was a board member for the US organization known as Planned Parenthood, which is in the business of reproductive health care, more specifically, abortion or as others would see it, the baby slaughter industry.

Is this what Bill means when he talks of improved reproductive health services? Reducing the population by not allowing it to grow?

We can only imagine the effects of 100’s of thousands of aborted babies per year in the USA alone, would have on our climate if they were given the opportunity to be born, right? It’s hard to think of… except if your Bill Gates. He thinks about this a lot.

I even wonder if Bill was thinking about climate change when he was having his meetings with a high-profile, known child trafficker, Jeffery Epstein.

In an interview on PBS, Bill claims that Epstein “had relationships with people he said would give to global health, which is an interest I have and not nearly enough philanthropy goes in that direction, but those meetings were a mistake,” so he “cut them off.”

Despite Bill knowing full well of Epstein’s past and convictions, Bill admits that the meetings with him were a mistake and he “regrets” those meetings. He was only doing it for his PHILANTHROPY, ok. So don’t judge him for just trying to help out mankind…

There’s nothing else that needs to be said about this so shhh…. accept a man’s mistakes, please…Bill Gates gets up every morning for philanthropy and philanthropy alone!

I can only assume Bill’s philanthropic endeavours are only in mind when he talks about and advocates one of his favourite books, “How To Lie With Statistics.” I’ll be honest and say that I have not yet read this book, but I question why anyone would need to lie about statistics or anything for that matter, unless there is some sort of nefarious agenda.

There is much, much more to unpack on this amazing philanthropist, Bill Gates, and we will in time, but in my humble opinion, right now, evidence seems to suggest that he advocates lying, killing babies in the womb and “vaccinating” the populace with substances that are known to cause harm and kill his fellow humans, in the name of “philanthropy.”

I am not yet convinced that this man is of amicable character, but I could be wrong.

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