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At What Point Do We Realize Bill Gates Is Dangerously Insane?

"What this comes down to, though, is that Bill Gates has been so rich for so long that he’s spent the bulk of his adult life without anyone telling him he’s wrong"

This isn’t an overreaction to Gates’ latest foray into the news cycle. It’s an observation based on a long pattern of statements and behavior by the founder of Microsoft and one of the richest men who has ever lived which, were any of us normal people guilty of them, would result in our being institutionalized.

Bill Gates is crazy. And he’s dangerous, because he’s willing to put untold sums of money toward making the insane things he believes a reality – and all of those insane things hurt people.

The most recent idiocy? Impossible Burgers for all the white people.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates recently stated that he believes “rich countries,” such as the United States and western Europe, should switch to eating 100 percent synthetic beef.

In a recent interview with the MIT Technology Review, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates discussed his environmental impact efforts and various green initiatives aimed at reducing global carbon emissions. One suggestion Gates proposed was for wealthy and developed nations to move entirely to synthetic beef in efforts to reduce the carbon emissions from livestock.

Explaining the suggestion, Gates told the MIT Tech Review:

For Africa and other poor countries, we’ll have to use animal genetics to dramatically raise the amount of beef per emissions for them. Weirdly, the US livestock, because they’re so productive, the emissions per pound of beef are dramatically less than emissions per pound in Africa. And as part of the [Bill and Melinda Gates] Foundation’s work, we’re taking the benefit of the African livestock, which means they can survive in heat, and crossing in the monstrous productivity both on the meat side and the milk side of the elite US beef lines.

So no, I don’t think the poorest 80 countries will be eating synthetic meat. I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef. You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time. Eventually, that green premium is modest enough that you can sort of change the [behavior of] people or use regulation to totally shift the demand.

So for meat in the middle-income-and-above countries, I do think it’s possible. But it’s one of those ones where, wow, you have to track it every year and see, and the politics [are challenging]. There are all these bills that say it’s got to be called, basically, lab garbage to be sold. They don’t want us to use the beef label.

This isn’t even the scariest idea-biscuit Gates has floated. Remember this?

It sounds like a wacky idea out of science-fiction – but it’s funded in part by billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates and backed by top scientists at Harvard University.

The researchers believe that a fleet of specially-designed aircraft could spray sulfate particles into the lower stratosphere to cool down our planet and offset the effects of climate change.

A test of the technology has been proposed for this year, the Daily Mail reports, with the Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx) seeing a bag of carbonate dust released into the atmosphere 12 miles up.

If that experiment proves successful, the researchers will move on to releasing the dust from planes.

The researchers suggest that jets flying 12 miles up would complete over 60,000 missions in 15 years, starting with a fleet of eight and moving up to 100 planes.

As bad as denying people in First World countries access to beef might be (and putting a massive industry employing more than half a million people out of business), creating an artificial Nuclear Winter is even worse.

More people freeze to death in extreme cold weather than die of heat-related causes when it’s hot, you know.

And then there’s the population control piece, which the Left – many if not most of whom operate on a Malthusian principle and don’t actually disagree with Gates – denies he’s for.

How you deny this is a question…

We’re not going to get into the vaccine stuff, much of which is the product of Alex Jones-style conspiracy theories every bit as crazy as Gates is. There’s a lot out there, though, and not all of it is good. Gates’ influence with public health bureaucrats like Anthony Fauci, who he has clearly bought off, is something of a concern. He’s an unelected software developer with no medical training; nothing about him suggests he’s qualified to make public policy on healthcare for an entire planet, no matter how heavily he wants to buy his way in.

What this comes down to, though, is that Bill Gates has been so rich for so long that he’s spent the bulk of his adult life without anyone telling him he’s wrong. That has the same corrosive effect on character and sanity that you see in the case of kings and dictators. People want some of Bill Gates’ money, so they constantly suck up to him and tell him his ideas are great even when they’re atrocious, and the guardrails normal people live between don’t exist in his case.

So he throws money around at insane things. That he isn’t outwardly off his rocker like Howard Hughes was is small comfort; Hughes mostly kept to himself in that hotel suite in Las Vegas as he descended into madness. Gates is everywhere.

Gates said that he modeled his charitable foundation after the one the Rockefeller family founded. But the Rockefellers took decades to become obsessed with globalist-utopian causes; Gates fell out of the philanthropic womb that way.

It’s a problem. There needs to be some limiting principle governing this man’s excesses. But where that will come from is a good question. When he’s openly discussing destroying an industry that directly employs a half-million Americans for the purposes of “climate change” (formerly known as global warming, until it couldn’t be denied that there was no statistically significant warming going on) when we’re in the middle of the worst cold snap much of the country has seen in decades, finding ways to check this increasingly nutty bull in a china shop begins to become an urgent necessity.

Perhaps it’s time to start taxing charitable foundations which engage in public policy-related activities. That could easily devolve into a mess, but the alternative could be that we increasingly have to live under the cracked worldview of out-of-touch billionaires like Bill Gates.

Source: The Hayride

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7.62x39
7.62x39
3 months ago

“product of Alex Jones-style conspiracy theories every bit as crazy as Gates is”

Evidently this imbecile hasn’t realized the “conspiracy theories” on this plandemic have been pretty much money since the start of the war on us all?

ken
ken
3 months ago
Reply to  7.62x39

That is the reason for the article…. They instill little nuggets like that and wrap it in a little truth. Most miss it entirely, asleep at the wheel.

paranoid goy
3 months ago
Reply to  ken

It is also the reason for people like Alex Jones. They gather a crowd by spouting truisms, which they subtly poison with Bolshevik dysanthropy. 99% of all media do this. Even those doing their best to “wake the sheeple” (unintentionally?) slip these little ‘nuggets’ into their work, believing themselves to be championing the Right Cause. Even the term “sheeple” is a subtle poisoning of the community well, inciting disdain and disrespect amongst people who should be learning and growing together.
Even you, ken, do that by using “asleep at the wheel”; positive affirmation might be more effective at getting people to take notice. They are not stupid, they just grew up on a diet of poisonous ‘nuggets of truth’.

Last edited 3 months ago by paranoid goy
Timmy75
3 months ago
Reply to  paranoid goy

Lots of nuggets of your own there, and The Lady Doth Protest Too Much Methinks. And so long as bovine excrement isn’t considered to be poison, you’re good to go. No doubt you live a fulfilling, very exciting life.

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paranoid goy
3 months ago
Reply to  Timmy75

Come back when you have something original to say. Or post another plagiarised meme, your choice.

Sallie Ann
Sallie Ann
3 months ago
Reply to  ken

If we were able to watch an entire clip of Gates and not just snippets here and there we would see he’s really an AUTISTIC…and not an intellectual afterall…just an insane autistic with a hellava lot of money to push his insane ideas on the rest of the world.

Lauren Anderson
Lauren Anderson
3 months ago
Reply to  7.62x39

total imbecile

Timmy75
3 months ago

You just pulled off a pithy “two’fer”. You described what you believe to be their comment while describing what I believe to be yours.

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Lauren
Lauren
3 months ago
Reply to  Timmy75

you’re creepy!

Derek
Derek
13 days ago
Reply to  7.62x39

It is not conspiracy, Bill G. already said all that stuff. It is not something we believe, it is the truth. And no matter how many of you say the contrary, the truth is the truth.

SteveK9
SteveK9
3 months ago

Billionaires are running the World now, and Gates is not the only one with strange ideas. The countering force needs to come from people who value their liberty, but that seems to be in short supply these days.

It’s not something to have wished to happen, but we could very well be heading into a period of greatly reduced solar activity, maybe even a Grand Solar Minimum. If that is so, the only useful aspect will be the difficulty the Climate Catastrophists will have convincing anyone we should destroy ourselves to ‘cool’ the planet.

Geoengineering has been discussed quite a bit in the past. It has always been viewed generally as potentially very dangerous. No one should be allowed to do these experiments without the entire World in agreement … there are no boundaries in the atmosphere.

Lauren
Lauren
3 months ago
Reply to  SteveK9

they’ve been spraying the skies for at least 30 years…its not new

yuri
yuri
3 months ago

gates seems to suffer from moral emptiness—a desperate need to repent for his ruthless business practices

paranoid goy
3 months ago
Reply to  yuri

“…a desperate need to repent…”
Baal Gates, Chief Evangelist of Monsatano, Holy Profit of GMO, Messiah of Mandated Medication, repent?
Criminals do not suffer guilt, they merely do “what needs be done” and carry on with life. They have no sin, no guilt, no regret, they did what “anyone in my position” would do. If there is a hell, it is full of normal, decent family people, who actually do feel guilt and shame. Mostly, of course, they will end up in hell for the awful words they uttered while trying to get work done on a microsoft machine more interested in tracking you than operating your system…

Sallie Ann
Sallie Ann
3 months ago
Reply to  yuri

He is an autistic….hence the no soul or morals to speak of…..

tim
tim
3 months ago

You are not even in the same league with Alex Jones. You are pathetic. 

paranoid goy
3 months ago

Perhaps it’s time to start taxing charitable foundations…”
Dear author. Please isolate yourself long enough to reconsider that statement. Come back out when you are ready to remove the “perhaps”, and decide to scrap all tax rebates and exemptions.
Signed: Working class sod whose taxes pay for all the subsidies and virtue signalling of the “donor class”.

BADGER BADGERISM
BADGER BADGERISM
3 months ago

and Soros…sooner or later they will be caught out in the open…
THEN *BANG*

Timmy75
3 months ago

If that sustained, goofy and in many instances inappropriate grin of his isn’t a clear indication of bats-in-the-man’s-belfry, then I’m a monkey’s uncle. (I don’t actually BELIEVE I’m a monkey’s uncle, but I could easily convince zany Billy Boy that I am)

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Sallie Ann
Sallie Ann
3 months ago
Reply to  Timmy75

Gates is autistic. read up on autism and you will agree with me and his constant rocking back and forth and idiotic ideas that make no sense to a normal person… read some of my comments above…

Sallie Ann
Sallie Ann
3 months ago

I saw some old videos of Gates rocking back and forth when he looked like a teen….a sure sign of Autism….and even in some recent videos he’s still seen rocking back and forth when he’s stressed about answering some ‘hard’ questions. Yes…he is insane and very Dangerous….just like Greta the supposedly autistic fetal alcohol syndrome baby is. They get on a tangent and don’t let go….it seems Gates has been pampered and pandered to all his life. He is NOT an intellectual and never wrote one string of code…his daddy GAVE him the company and made HIM the ‘owner’ while daddy ran it for him in the wings…letting Little Autistic Billy think he’s GOD all along. His mind does not work on all circuits like ours does….he’s warped in a lot of ways and having lots of money means everyone kowtows to him as they are in awe of his money….. Someone needs to either rid this world of him or the media needs so stop pandering to his every whim and every utterance.

Billdo
Billdo
3 months ago

Find out what companies he owns stock in , tell who you can and BOYCOTT! Starve the funding is the way.

paranoid goy
3 months ago
Reply to  Billdo

Most of his money, like Musk’s, come from government subsidies. He “gives away billions” yet he gets richer and richer? I am told he makes more from vaccines in one year than his entire career at microshit. I quote from another site:
“It works like this: Bill manufactures vaccines at two cents each. He markets them at a dollar, then he travels the world, where he meets political decisionmakers at elaborately staged and publicised events where he makes them an offer they cannot refuse: “Match my charitable gift of vaccines cent-for-cent, or I’ll get the entire press to scream out your unwillingness to accept a gift to the dear people of the land.” After ten million injections, five million of which our government paid for, mister Bill sits with five million bucks in the bank, twenty thousand worth in manufacturing cost he will probably recover by not paying taxes, and a big, charitable smile for the cameras.”
Now multiply that by, what does a vaccine actually cost? 40, 60, 100 dollars? For a billion people? Per year? Twice if you’re a covidiot.
And you know the worst? Part of that “charitable deal” is that the host country has to agree to privatising their health services. Nobody outside America likes basic social services in the hands of profiteers. No-one should sell their house to fix a broken leg!

Last edited 3 months ago by paranoid goy
D. Hertz
D. Hertz
3 months ago

Let’s not forget about his other pet project of mass circumcision to “combat” HIV in Africa. I think he just likes looking at penises.

Bobby
Bobby
3 months ago

Funny, my cousin asked me that very question today. She used to be a Gates admirer to now seeing him as a demented person with way too much money and influence.

Brutus
Brutus
3 months ago

What about Melinda?
Bill is following the rulez.
He never had a chance.

abinico warez
abinico warez
3 months ago

MacAoidh, I suggest you listen to the likes of Jones, Rense, etc – they have been more right than wrong on strange issues this virus.

fuckgates
fuckgates
3 months ago

Whoever can get close to him needs to kill him

Vince
Vince
1 month ago

Do you even follow Alex Jones I wonder. Every vaccine in the world has Gates hands on it. A theory is an idea until it’s proven ( or agreed upon by peers) then it’s fact. That’s science.Gates controls ALL vaccines, that’s fact. Find one without their direct or indirect funding, then call yourself a journo.

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