Bill Gates’s modest proposal for reducing risk of future pandemics

Bill Gates’s modest proposal for reducing risk of future pandemics
Bill Gates (Image: YouTube screen grab)

Likely the only reason George Orwell didn’t come up with this idea first is because biometrics didn’t exist back then.

Billionaire Bill Gates is proposing that in the future, all citizens of the world be required to submit to a “global vaccination” without which they will be banned from public gatherings. In Gates’s view, such a plan is the only way to stave off a recurrence of crippling pandemics like the one currently ravaging nations worldwide.

In an interview with “CBS This Morning,” the founder of Microsoft explains his vision of society in the future and where his vaccine fits in:

What does ‘opening up’ look like. Which activities, like schools, have such benefit and can be done in a way that the risk of transmission is very low, and which activities, like mass gatherings, maybe, in a certain sense more optional. And so until you’re widely vaccinated those [activities] may not come back at all.

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Of course such a prescription would seem to be only as good as the word of the individual, who could lie and say he had been vaccinated when he hadn’t. To forestall that eventuality, the vaccine would be delivered along with an invisible hi-tech “quantum tattoo” that stores biometric information under the skin. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are currently developing such a tattoo.

And the virus? According to Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge, it would “most likely administered by Gavi, the global vaccine agency that also falls under the umbrella of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.”

The coronavirus has thrown thrown the world a curve ball, bringing civilizations large and small to their knees. We desperately need some panacea to prevent a repeat of this nightmare. Gates’s socialist big government solution may not be the answer.

LU Staff

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