By Dr. John Reizer
There’s been plenty of confusion and controversy over the years concerning what Bill Gates has or has not allegedly said about depopulating the world through the creation of vaccines. I have read the headlines in search engines, just like many of you. So, I decided to write an article that dissects and analyzes what the billionaire actually said.
In an interview with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Gates said, “Over this decade, we believe unbelievable progress can be made, in both inventing new vaccines and making sure they get out to all the children who need them … We only need about six or seven more — and then you would have all the tools to reduce childhood death, reduce population growth, and everything — the stability, the environment — benefits from that.”
In another transcript, Gates states, “First, we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion. Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent, but there we see an increase of about 1.3.”
So, while Bill Gates has stated for the record that he believes the planet’s population will decrease through the implementation of vaccine programs worldwide, he didn’t say that his intention was to use vaccines as a way to kill off the population. Gates believes, through twisted logic, that by vaccinating the entire population, people will become healthier and live longer. He also believes that because people will live longer by receiving vaccines that parents in many parts of the world will not feel the need to have so many children to maintain and sustain their ancestral lineage.
In my mind, Bill Gates is a dangerous person with perilous ideas. He’s more dangerous than the average person because he has more money than most people and can bring his dangerous ideas to fruition by shaping worldwide policies.
Vaccines do not make people and communities healthier than they already are. Vaccines weaken human immunity and cause the proliferation of diseases worldwide. Whether or not Bill Gates believes what he’s stated publicly about vaccines, I will leave up to your imaginations. I believe Mr. Gates has other motives that have to do with creating a monopoly centered on tracking people through vaccine compliance certificates. I think he sees himself as an individual that could control that technology soon. Is Gates doing this for the benefit of humanity or for the benefit of big business? That’s a great question that only he knows the answer to.
Regardless of what Mr. Gates has said publicly about vaccines and depopulation, his ideas represent bad advice for citizenry worldwide. If Bill Gates has his way, the world’s population will become sicker through more vaccines being administered, and a depopulation event will most certainly occur.
Some people on social media have recently pointed out, Gates couldn’t even eliminate the viruses from his computer operating systems. Now the man wants the world to commit to mandatory vaccination for all 7 billion people in the world? What it all boils down to is that Bill Gates has a lot more money than he has good advice about vaccines.