Bill Gates warns of impending pandemic

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I've read the term "edible vaccines" before so the idea is floating around for this psychopath to make a reality one day, I'm sure:

Why is BILL GATES Buying ALL the Farmland?
Rainerann seemed to make the case for edible vaccines here and I found the idea laughable. Food is medicine, in & of itself, so what’s the whole point of growing vaccines in food? For covid, we could take the example of the Singaporean health authorities recommending Vitamin C as a cure. Is anyone that hard pressed to find lemons and oranges or any other foods that are high in Vitamin C? Why do we keep uplifting Big Pharma even as it destroys our lives?

Personally, I don’t think Gates’ purchase of the farmland has much to do with edible vaccines but more to do with Soylent Green. He, Bezos and others are consolidating the food supply system. To track everything from the ground to your stomach. I won’t be surprised if he starts or purchases an equivalent of Whole Foods. Once the food supply is consolidated in the hands of very few, they can simply create artificial shortages and starve everyone to death.

The (what was anyway) conspiracy theory
"But to implement the worldwide electronic money system, everyone in the world who might have money in the future, will have to have a way to transfer money electronically. Before that time, everyone will have spent, before the year 2,000, all of their cash, reserves and assets. Everyone has to be 100% dependent upon the Council for their existence. To prevent any kind of independence, the new world order has already implanted micro chips in wild animals, birds, fish, etc. Why? They want to make certain that the people who will not accept the New World Order will not be able to hunt or fish any where in the world. If they try, they will be tracked and traced by satellites, then hunted down and imprisoned or killed."

The actualization of that conspiracy theory
Providing us with such knowledge about every piece of a physical product is a tall order. However, IoT, Machine Intelligence, and Blockchain have advanced to a point at which we can begin to address this problem. But we also need to be aware of the limitations of these technologies. We can tackle the problem of knowing the past, present, and future of some assets, across certain supply chains. The critical thing is to understand what these technologies can and can't do, and for which use-cases we can solve. Here are a few of the complexities we need to consider:

  1. Identity: First off, we need to be able to provide every part and asset across a supply chain with a digital identity. As soon as we manufacture a component or pick a coffee bean, we will tag it with its unique digital identity. This identity will enable us to attach information about the asset throughout its life. Providing a tangible asset with its unique identity may sound like a simple enough problem to solve, but even this first step is a tall hurdle to clear. Can't we attach to a tangible asset a QR code or an RFID tag? Not so simple. Let's consider, for example, a fish. You're about to buy a filleted fish at your local supermarket, but because you are an environmentally conscious person, you want to know the origin of the fish. Was it fished sustainably and responsibly? To provide you with such information, we need to give the fish and its parts as it changes shape across the supply chain with an identity. If you had bought a whole fish, the problem would have been more straightforward. But you opted for a fillet. We now need to provide each part of the fish with an identity as it changes its form. And the same analogy holds for medicine. For example, providing a box of pills with an identity (simple), vs. providing each capsule in the box with an identity. For cases of fraud, providing each capsule with an identity is useful but complicated. Or consider the complexity of providing a drum of oil with an identity. A tag on the drum is easy enough, but how would you tag the oil within it?
 






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Rainerann seemed to make the case for edible vaccines here and I found the idea laughable. Food is medicine, in & of itself, so what’s the whole point of growing vaccines in food? For covid, we could take the example of the Singaporean health authorities recommending Vitamin C as a cure. Is anyone that hard pressed to find lemons and oranges or any other foods that are high in Vitamin C? Why do we keep uplifting Big Pharma even as it destroys our lives?

Personally, I don’t think Gates’ purchase of the farmland has much to do with edible vaccines but more to do with Soylent Green. He, Bezos and others are consolidating the food supply system. To track everything from the ground to your stomach. I won’t be surprised if he starts or purchases an equivalent of Whole Foods. Once the food supply is consolidated in the hands of very few, they can simply create artificial shortages and starve everyone to death.

The (what was anyway) conspiracy theory
"But to implement the worldwide electronic money system, everyone in the world who might have money in the future, will have to have a way to transfer money electronically. Before that time, everyone will have spent, before the year 2,000, all of their cash, reserves and assets. Everyone has to be 100% dependent upon the Council for their existence. To prevent any kind of independence, the new world order has already implanted micro chips in wild animals, birds, fish, etc. Why? They want to make certain that the people who will not accept the New World Order will not be able to hunt or fish any where in the world. If they try, they will be tracked and traced by satellites, then hunted down and imprisoned or killed."

The actualization of that conspiracy theory
Providing us with such knowledge about every piece of a physical product is a tall order. However, IoT, Machine Intelligence, and Blockchain have advanced to a point at which we can begin to address this problem. But we also need to be aware of the limitations of these technologies. We can tackle the problem of knowing the past, present, and future of some assets, across certain supply chains. The critical thing is to understand what these technologies can and can't do, and for which use-cases we can solve. Here are a few of the complexities we need to consider:

  1. Identity: First off, we need to be able to provide every part and asset across a supply chain with a digital identity. As soon as we manufacture a component or pick a coffee bean, we will tag it with its unique digital identity. This identity will enable us to attach information about the asset throughout its life. Providing a tangible asset with its unique identity may sound like a simple enough problem to solve, but even this first step is a tall hurdle to clear. Can't we attach to a tangible asset a QR code or an RFID tag? Not so simple. Let's consider, for example, a fish. You're about to buy a filleted fish at your local supermarket, but because you are an environmentally conscious person, you want to know the origin of the fish. Was it fished sustainably and responsibly? To provide you with such information, we need to give the fish and its parts as it changes shape across the supply chain with an identity. If you had bought a whole fish, the problem would have been more straightforward. But you opted for a fillet. We now need to provide each part of the fish with an identity as it changes its form. And the same analogy holds for medicine. For example, providing a box of pills with an identity (simple), vs. providing each capsule in the box with an identity. For cases of fraud, providing each capsule with an identity is useful but complicated. Or consider the complexity of providing a drum of oil with an identity. A tag on the drum is easy enough, but how would you tag the oil within it?
After reading your post, I have to say I'm REALLY glad that our milk has this symbol on it :):


Secondly, I don't think Gates is buying American farmland for Solyent Green purposes. In her conversation with RFK Jr., Dr. Vandana Shiva explains Gates' intentions here, which are clearly malevolent:

 






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After reading your post, I have to say I'm REALLY glad that our milk has this symbol on it :):


Secondly, I don't think Gates is buying American farmland for Solyent Green purposes. In her conversation with RFK Jr., Dr. Vandana Shiva explains Gates' intentions here, which are clearly malevolent:

I think theres going to be a handful of franken-nature ideas hed have in mind for the land. From vaccinator mosquitos, to blocking out the sun, to sowing patented seeds, and all the things we haven’t even conceived of yet. It’s just a giant lab for him to manipulate and play with nature, subvert laws, be out of the public eye.
 






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I think theres going to be a handful of franken-nature ideas hed have in mind for the land. From vaccinator mosquitos, to blocking out the sun, to sowing patented seeds, and all the things we haven’t even conceived of yet. It’s just a giant lab for him to manipulate and play with nature, subvert laws, be out of the public eye.
Perhaps and call me naïve, but I think "divine intervention" would spoil this psychopath's plans before they all come to fruition. Not to mention that he would need some tight security on his purchased farmland for people not to alter or even destroy what he's planning once people become aware that he's clearly NOT in their best interests.
 






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Given the substantial amount of cumulative evidence regarding the real dangers of the Bill’s mRNA gene therapy that has been labelled a vaccine for covid, I find it interesting that the article aligns actual facts as some sort of Alex Jones’ conspiracy.

I’m not sure when most people will realize, collectively, that Bill’s intentions for anything he does, are for sheer power and greed. Although, in some instances, I think the more PR he gives, the more he may be exposing his intentions. I just had a neighbour of mine on the weekend, who’s heavily brainwashed by MSM, tell me all the good things Gates has done by giving his money away to charities. Aside from having to compose my thoughts (and facial expressions) properly, realizing they’re believing what’s on TV, I had to tell them about what happened to the children in India, how various countries in Africa are tired of being guinea pigs with his trial “vaccines” and how Tanzania is not going along the covid script. My neighbour attempted to justify and discredit the president of Tanzania, but I told them their perspective can be said for many national leaders, namely Trudeau, and they didn’t know how to respond. I then I asked theoretically, what’s really at stake with this entire fiasco, which is essentially our privacy and civil liberties. I then sent them a slew of information in an email regarding what Bill has been up to for the last decade or so. While it’s only been a couple of days, they haven’t responded. Lol, I sent them quite a bit so I’m guessing it’ll take some time to sort through and digest it all.

What I think helps in informing people about this psychopath’s global intentions is the fact that other video platforms other than YouTube have documented footage and documentaries that can be viewed so information about this college dropout, with no background knowledge in ANYTHING and only has a desire for global control and power, can be easily seen and not easily refuted. People need to begin to realize that Bill cares about NO ONE but the globalists who think they should be telling the rest of humanity how to live.

I think people are beginning to understand what Bill is up to, but is it happening fast enough, is the ultimate question.
 






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Secondly, I don't think Gates is buying American farmland for Solyent Green purposes. In her conversation with RFK Jr., Dr. Vandana Shiva explains Gates' intentions here, which are clearly malevolent:

Just wondering...if edible vaccines we really a viable option of turning us into hybrids, why are they so desperate to get "shots in arms"? Iam sure ^they work great for sterility, otherwise all they have to do is corrupt the food supply and our bodies would be instantly upgraded all for a Fourth Industrial revolution economy.
 






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