Last week professional-software developer and amateur epidemiologist Bill Gates admitted that the mRNA Covid “vaccines” had “three problems”, including that they don’t prevent transmission.
But what appears at first glance to be a frank admission is really about protecting the narrative and setting up a new market for new vaccines.
Speaking at a Lowy Institute panel in Sydney Australia, Gates told the audience:
We also need to fix the three problems with the vaccines. The current vaccines are not infection-blocking, they’re not broad – so when new variants comes up you lose protection – and they have a very short duration…
Let’s be clear, Gates “admitting” some relatively harmless alleged problems with the “vaccines” is not due to an attack of conscience or a Freudian slip, it’s just preparing for the next step of the scam.
Firstly, when you’re trying to sell a story to seven billion people, a tactful “admission” can actually further your agenda and strengthen your narrative.
When you “admit” a vaccine “doesn’t prevent transmission”, you’re also underlining that there is a new disease to transmit.
When you criticize a vaccine for not protecting against variants, you’re reinforcing the idea that there really are variants.
Through the act of notionally ceding ground, you’re actually fortifying a defensive position and – most importantly – luring your critics into themselves conceding the most important part of your narrative – the reality of the “pandemic”.
At the same time, there’s the old fashioned limited hangout: Admitting small “mistakes” to camouflage telling big lies. Memory holing a psy-op.