The Bill Gates vaccine, nefarious or nah?

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While the Gates Foundation has been inoculating the Blacker and browner parts of the world, his vaccine efforts during Covid-19 raise eyebrows.

Bill Gates, the computer mogul who founded Microsoft, has firmly entered into another area: taking a political public health stance for global vaccinations as a move forward in eliminating the spread of the novel Coronavirus. 

“We need to be ready with facilities that can make each type, so that we can start manufacturing the final vaccine, or vaccines, as soon as we can,” said Gates on his Gates Notes Youtube channel.  “This will cost billions of dollars. Governments need to quickly find a mechanism for making the funding for this available.”

Gates says he’ll put in billions to develop a vaccine that is part of his “philanthropic and research” organization, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, he and his wife have been on something like a press tour, attempting to rally people in agreeing to mandatory inoculations.  

For the tech barron who has been working in the sector of vaccines for decades, he has been plagued with rumors to introduce a vaccination that also implants a microchip tracking device into the recipient of the shot. The Gates Foundation has denied these claims. Instead they purport to employ a technology called the “quantum dot dye.” 

According to an email correspondence between the Foundation and Reuters, the “quantum dot dye . . . is similar to a tattoo, which would help provide up-to-date patient vaccine records for professionals in places lacking medical records.”

While the explanation vehemently denies the implant of a physical chip, it does not deny that the tattoo is printed somewhere onto the person and under their skin. According to an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Spectrum report, the tattoo is a digital ID that is a form of nanotechnology laden with encoded information like health data. And, get this, the file is a digital mark that is inserted just underneath a person’s skin for the use of tracing. So, all you have to do is scan an individual via an infrared light or a smartphone and poof, pops up the proof. So perhaps, this is tracking-technology, light. 

Digitized contact tracing papers

Another red flag the Gates Foundation raises is the use of what they call, digital certificates. The popular idea is that the certificates are like permission papers showing if you are eligible to engage with the public. The Foundation rebuffs that claim too.

In the same email correspondence with Reuters, the Foundation explained: “The reference to ‘digital certificates’ relates to efforts to create an open source digital platform with the goal of expanding access to safe, home-based testing.” 

It seems as if the digital certificates, for now, are linked to monitor diseases, much like the contract-tracing apps for Covid-19. On the Gates Foundation website, they dedicate a page to what they call, “Vaccination and Surveillance.” The program’s strategy tracks how diseases spread by tracking children while adding their information onto a national surveillance database. How The Foundation gets the data is through a method called, MITS, or minimally invasive tissue sampling. In the process of MITS, tissue is extracted from a child who has died from a disease they are tracking. Once the sample is taken and tested, the data is uploaded onto an open-source system. 

Ironically, the acronym for MITS is the exact same acronym for the electronics company Gates founded in 1969, Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems. The first MITS created the Altair 8800 computer. Though Gates denies microchipping, which is really old technology, the connections and methods raise eyebrows. Why children? Why deceased children? And, who owns the database?

Nonetheless, Gates is a frontrunner for the US vaccine that the Trump Administration is working hard to start distributing in January 2021. However, Gates estimates the implementation of the vaccine in 18 months.

Pock marked pasts

Some might be astonished at this news or even its truth, but the Gates Foundation’s reputation does not have a clean bill of health. The Gates Foundation’s involvement in vaccines spans back decades. In 2000, the Gates Foundation started the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation. Commonly known as GAVI, it has a global health partnership of public and private sector organizations dedicated to “immunisation for all.” 

Then in 2010, the Gates Foundation launched, The Decade of Vaccines, in which they pledged $10 billion. The money was in collaboration with GAVI to provide vaccinations for 50, low wealth countries that carried an annual GDP of $1,000 US dollars per citizen. In this partnership, the Gates Foundation also partnered with Canada, Italy, Norway, Russia and the United Kingdom to carry out its initiative. Vaccines for pneumonia, polio, meningitis, influenza and hepatitis b. 

10 years later, on October 18, 2019, a decade into the initiative, The Gates Foundation carried out a simulated high-level pandemic exercise with The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and the World Economic Forum in New York called, Event 201.  Several months later, Gates issued a global vaccine plan. 

Added to Gates coronavirus vaccine power moves, a recent news story out of Nigeria reports that the House of Representatives in the West African country have created an ad hoc committee to investigate claims that the Gates Foundation bribed Nigerian lawmakers to pass legislation for a mandatory vaccine that has little information on its efficacy and side effects. As more news connects Gates to a pock marked past regarding vaccines, the Microsoft chipped claims still linger.

Duane Reed researches currency and market investments; and dibble dabbles in news and travel.

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