Bill Gates told The Telegraph that terrorists could re-create diseases like smallpox to kill masses of innocent people… Wait, what? I find it hard to believe that a highly intelligent man like Bill Gates actually believes that these people are capable of that.
“Terrorists” have not shown much sophistication of late. They can barely plan for a week before performing some sort of maniacal and primitive act. I dare say that they are completely unable to defer gratification, nevermind produce an incredibly complex bio-weapon.
Bill goes on to state:
“When you are thinking about things that could cause in excess of 10 million deaths, even something tragic like a nuclear weapons incident wouldn’t get to that level. So the greatest risk is from a natural epidemic or an intentionally caused infection bioterrorism events,”
I find it interesting that Bill nonchalantly states; “when you are thinking about things that could cause in excess of 10 million deaths…” Just how often do you think of these kind of things, Bill? We know Bill Gates has an interest in “Biotech” himself. The Gates Foundation is a massive funder of Monsanto, the GMO food megalith.
“Whether the next epidemic is unleashed by a quirk of nature or the hand of a terrorist, scientists say a fast-moving airborne pathogen could kill more than 30 million people in less than a year. So the world does need to think about this.” – Gates being sstrangely specific, while providing nutritious food for thought.
Some have gone as far as saying that this is some form of “predictive programming”, a form of low magic where evil intentions are told to you ahead of time; the idea being that by hearing it, you somehow grant “permission” and thus these people are no longer subject to Karmic comeback…
We at Intel Huxley however, just think Bill Gates spends a little bit too much time thinking about massive depopulation.
“The world today has 6.9 billion people and that’s headed up to about 9 billion. If we do a really great job, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” – Bill Gates