Close your eyes and picture the plot of a dystopian science fiction film. An eccentric mad scientist is determined to depopulate the planet. Under the guise of philanthropy, he visits impoverished nations and sterilizes women with toxic injections. Unsuspecting citizens are used as lab rats in his heinous medical experiments. Implanted microchips harvest the biometric energy of test subjects. He carries out massive terraforming projects to eliminate vital atmospheric gases. The antagonist creates a 12-ton calcium carbonate bomb designed to block sunlight from reaching Earth. While such undertakings sound unbelievable, these events are all true. Unfolding before our eyes is a bizarre storyline starring Bill Gates as the diabolical villain. Chillingly, he is concocting new ways to wreak havoc on society.
Flying Syringes In 2008 the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation approached an esteemed Japanese university with an intriguing proposal. They wanted to manufacture a revolutionary type of genetically modified mosquito. Through artificial alterations, the tiny pests would be capable of administering vaccines with a single bite. Professor Hiroyuki Matsuoka received $100,000 to facilitate this unprecedented endeavor. The Microsoft founder offered $1,000,000 to any technician successful in creating flying syringes. Gates planned on mass-producing the pharmaceutical-laden insects and distributing them worldwide. One year later the sweater-clad computer nerd hosted a presentation at an elite conference. Amid his speech about malaria, the self-proclaimed humanitarian released a swarm of captured gnats onto audience members. As the ravenous bloodsuckers freely roamed, he gleefully exclaimed: there’s no reason only poor people should have the experience! Mutant Mosquitoes Unleashed Last year a pilot program began dispersing transgenic arthropods throughout southern Florida. Despite the innumerable risks and lack of long-term data, Environmental Protection Agency officials did not require peer-reviewed studies or conduct preliminary trials. Bureaucrats deliberately withheld documents to bypass public commentary and hinder potential opposition. UK-based biotechnology company Oxitec produced these synthetic mosquitoes. Representatives from this Gates Foundation-funded firm call their laboratory-grown bugs ‘friendly’ and insist they are completely harmless. However, independent researchers doubt claims about safety. Many have grave concerns about the potential ecological and physical impacts of this deliberate manipulation. Implementing genetically engineered organisms could result in catastrophic harm to native species.