Microsoft founder Bill Gates recently accused the United States government’s coronavirus testing data as “bogus” because of testing inequality and slow turnaround since it still takes 3 to 4 days to get results. He also found Trump’s move to slash funding for the World Health Organization (WHO) as a biased mistake—WHO, an agency of the United Nations, has been criticized for its chummy relationship with the CCP, including its role in manipulating a Chinese study that claimed the coronavirus could not spread between humans.
Perhaps what is more stunning in the tycoon’s shots at the U.S. government is his criticism of President Donald Trump for publicly castigating China for its cover-up of the coronavirus. During a interview on CNN last week, Gates not only argued that it is not time to be questioning the Chinese Communist Party’s (CPC) efforts in handling the COVID-19 outbreak but went so far as to dispel any wrong-doing by them:
“China did a lot of things right at the beginning, like any country where a virus first shows up. They can look back and say where they missed some things. You know, some countries did respond very quickly and get their testing in place, and they avoided the incredible economic pain. It’s sad that even the U.S. that you would have expected to do this well did it particularly poorly. But it’s not time to talk about that.”—In early April Gates had complimented the Chinese for their “extreme intervention in terms of reducing [the coronavirus] movement—they were able to crush that epidemic.”
In stark contrast, President Trump has repeatedly blamed the CCP for its mishandling of the outbreak, criticizing the country for restricting domestic travel to slow the virus but not international travel to keep it from spreading abroad. On Thursday Trump went so far to indicate that China may have intentionally released the coronavirus. Based on evidence he claims to have seen, the President is now speculating the notion that the origin of the infectious disease came from a lab in Wuhan, the epicenter of the Chinese outbreak.
Trump said the U.S. now “is finding how it came out…. It’s a terrible thing that happened. Whether they made a mistake or whether it started off as a mistake and then they made another one, or did somebody do something on purpose.”
One may ask, why would Bill Gates defend China? The answer is apparently quite clear. Gates is one of many executives whose businesses have been ensnared by the Trump administration’s battle with China over technology and trade, specifically the TerraPower LLC, a nuclear-energy project in China Gates co-founded.
As reported last year by The Wall Street Journal, TerraPower signed a deal in 2015 with state-owned China National Nuclear Corp. to develop the technology, and, in 2017, agreed to build a demonstration reactor to test the technology in Cangzhou, about 130 miles south of Beijing. The project was to be the first demonstration of TerraPower’s technology. Gates’ plan was thwarted last November by U.S. foreign investment restrictions after Trump began taking direct aim at China. This was in line with Trump’s economic sanctions against Chinese companies for their human rights violations—a fact completely ignored by the mainstream media, to say nothing of Bill Gates.
Of course, why would he since in 2017 Gates was elected as a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), one of the country’s top academic institutions. The CAE is China’s elite society of technology professionals who have proven their service to the CCP. Like many other super-wealthy pro-eugenicists, such as George Soros and Ted Turner, Gates has shown nothing but sympathy to totalitarian regimes who favor such measures. This is why by 2014 The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation aligned itself with organizations such as the United Nations Population Fund (UNPF), which has helped to administer China’s “one child policy.”
Unless Bill Gates is extremely naive—he is just the opposite—to believe that Communist China should be complemented for its so-called good handling of the coronavirus outbreak and that it is a model to emulate is as pretentious as believing in the tooth fairy. One thing is to gripe about Trump’s policy towards China—Gates’ apparent reason is his own financial interests—yet another thing is to absolve the Chinese government officials’ coronavirus cover-up by praising them, which is borderline treason.
What perhaps is even more disturbing, as Gates himself admitted within the first minute of a 2014 interview he gave to CNN, is his proposal for a vaccine to fight the coronavirus that could also be used to depopulate the human race.
During “emergencies,” such as the present one, we are encouraged to tune-into the media broadcasting “civil defense” instructions. This is naturally, as one would think, to better inform ourselves. Bill Gates and his fellow Deep State players control this too.
As explained by investigative journalist Sherri Kane, Gates, for example, is the CEO of Microsoft (“MS”). That is the “MS” in MSNBC. At the same time, while Fox News, which is highly critical of MSNBC and CNN, does not mean viewers are getting a fair coverage of news. This is because Fox News is controlled by the Murdoch family who are also heavily invested in vaccination corruption. This was witnessed and reported by best-selling author Dr. Leonard Horowitz during the H1N1 Swine Flu fright years after SARS struck. Meanwhile, CNN’s founder, Ted Turner, as already mentioned, has similarly advocated for massive depopulation, recorded here justifying global depopulation because, “Too many people are using too much stuff.”
What are we to make of all this? For one, make time to research online to better inform ourselves, notwithstanding false and manipulative conspiracy theories we may come across. Second, we should be courageous to accept the facts as they are and share that knowledge with others. Lastly, we need to hold elected officials accountable—not every politician out there is a crook. With God’s help, we can make things better in society.
Mario Alexis Portella is a priest of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Florence, Italy. He has a doctorate in canon law and civil law from the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome; he also holds a M. A. in Medieval History from Fordham University, as well as a B.A. in Government & Politics from St. John’s University.
* Sources no cited may be found in my book Islam: Religion of Peace? – The Violation of Natural Rights and Western Cover-Up.