Journalist James Corbett read Bill Gates’ new book, “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic,” to save everyone else the trouble, he said.
In the 1-hour, 20-minute episode of “The Corbett Report,” Corbett — an expert on geopolitics and open-source journalism — analyzed the book chapter by chapter.
He found it “every bit as infuriating, nauseating, ridiculous, laughable and risible” as you would expect.
“Just when you thought you’d gotten rid of him, like a canker sore in the mouth of humanity, Bill Gates pops up yet again,” he said.
Not a scholarly or serious read, “How to Prevent the Next Pandemic” is written for the layperson who wants to virtue signal by being seen reading it — or displaying it on his coffee table, Corbett said.
“There is certainly nothing of scientific or medical value in here,” Corbett said. “There’s nothing even interesting here. It’s a baffling book even from a propagandistic perspective.”
The book is “ham-fisted,” even for Gates, Corbett said, “and everything BIll Gates does from a PR perspective is ham-fisted.”
Worse, Gates’ goal in writing the book is to disarm the public and prepare us to accept the agenda that Gates and his allies would like to impose on the world, Corbett claimed.
“Ultimately, what this is about is drumming up general public support — or at least general public understanding — of the unfolding biosecurity agenda,” he said.
Nothing new, nothing of value
In the book’s introduction, Gates claims he’s been the “target of wild conspiracy theories” throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Corbett pointed out that Gates sets up outlandish theories as straw men (such as the idea there’s a “tracking device” in each dose of the vaccine) and blows them down, rather than addressing real, thoughtful criticisms of the way the pandemic was handled.
Read more: James Corbett: I Read Bill Gates’ New Book So You Wouldn’t Have To