Bill Gates: “Pandemic 2.0 awaits us”. But first a simulation

Bill Gates: "Pandemic 2.0 awaits us". But first a simulation

“Just when everyone thought we’d gotten rid of him, he’s right there,” is how American journalist James Corbett commented on Bill Gates’ just-released book “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic.”

Yes, yes, the Microsoft founder is once again concerned about the health of mankind – and he hints transparently at the new COVID, version 2.0.

Basically, the public’s attitude to Gates’ efforts was fully expressed by one reader of his new work: “The man can’t protect my computer from viruses, but he thinks he can stop coronaviruses!”

Corbett, however, who has read the book in its entirety, goes further. He draws attention to a number of curious assertions (besides ridiculous excuses and unsubstantiated hypotheses) by one of the richest men on the planet.

Gates does not simply impose his “rescue plan” on the world through the creation at WHO of a three thousand-strong supranational “panel of experts” called Global Epidemic Response and Mobilization (GERM), funded at a cost of $1 billion annually. He insists that deliverance from future pandemics lies in “new tests and new vaccines” (the billionaire’s interest here is understandable), “new digitization” (nothing new here either), and new government-level military exercises to simulate pandemics.

These are “simulations of situations that could arise during future pandemics”, for example along the lines of “Event 201”, conducted by the authorities of various countries with the involvement of GERM. That was the name of an exercise conducted by Johns Hopkins University in October 2019 in New York with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum.

They simulated, just weeks before COVID-19, the spread of a certain “coronavirus from Brazil” that is transmitted from bats to pigs and then to humans. In that simulation, the pandemic lasted 18 months and killed 65 million humans.

Now, we can understand, we should expect more simulations. And also, judging by the latest chapters in Gates’ book, new repressive measures “in the name of public health”, leading to a reduction of births on the planet and the development of increasingly sophisticated human control tools, James Corbett points out.

How could it not be? You didn’t think COVID-19 was the last pandemic in human history, did you?

Elena Panina

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