Bill Gates wants to know everything about you.
He wants to control every aspect of your life.
His insatiable thirst for the supervision and scrutiny of every human being alive has sparked a US$1 billion investment that will blanket the earth in video surveillance satellites, providing real-time feedback with a mere one-second delay. He advocates for Orwellian digital tools to track your every move and has bankrolled US$1.7 billionto provide artificial intelligence that will be used to scan each and every visitor to major event venues worldwide. He wants to do away with end-to-end encryption, so he can snoop on your private conversations. He wants to know when and where you travel and who you travel with. He wants you to eat whatever he says you should eat, drink whatever he says you should drink, think how he wants you to think and know only what he wants you to know. Plus he wants to dictate what goes inside your body.
But he doesn’t want you to know a lot about him.
For instance, in spite of the countless hours he spends babbling on mainstream media, as he preaches to the masses – letting them know what’s good for them – with the aid of obsequious hosts and fawning presstitutes, he consistently fails to mention (or be questioned) of his links to predatory paedophiles. He doesn’t want you to know about any of that. He still believes in personal privacy after all it would seem – especially when it’s to his advantage.
Gates hasn’t, for example, revealed very much about his links to Jeffrey Epstein and the Lolita Express. He also keeps mum concerning his connections with a collector of child pornography and a suspicious video production business, based out of Seattle, known as Magic Hour.
Not a word. Deafening silence.
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