Microsoft founder and globalist, Bill Gates, is warning the world that he believes terrorist may try to infect us with deadly strains of smallpox and that would result in millions of deaths around the world.
Gates’ comments came as he was speaking at a security conference in Munich.
“We ignore the link between health security and international security at our peril,” he said.
“The next epidemic could originate on the computer screen of a terrorist intent on using genetic engineering to create a synthetic version of the smallpox virus… or a super contagious and deadly strain of the flu,” he added.
He also claims, from a more general perspective, that there is a “reasonable probability” of a global epidemic breaking out in the next 10 or 15 years.
The United States has been aware of ISIS’s ambitions of building a biological weapon, but don’t feel confident that the terrorist organization is anywhere close to accomplishing such a feat.
But Gates doesn’t care. Because Gates is just sure we’re all going to die. And essentially, if you care to read on, you learn that Gates feels we should be more vaccinated up than worried about nuclear weapons.
“It’s hard to get your mind around a catastrophe of that scale, but it happened not that long ago.
“In 1918, a particularly virulent and deadly strain of flu killed between 50 million and 100 million people.“You might be wondering how real these doomsday scenarios really are.
“The fact that a deadly global pandemic has not occurred in recent history shouldn’t be mistaken for evidence that a deadly pandemic will not occur in the future.
“And even if the next pandemic isn’t on the scale of the 1918 flu, we would be wise to consider the social and economic turmoil that might ensue if something like ebola made its way into urban centers,” he said.
“Getting ready for a global pandemic is every bit as important as nuclear deterrence and avoiding a climate catastrophe.
“Innovation, cooperation and careful planning can dramatically mitigate the risks presented by each of these threats,” he said
“This includes germ games and other preparedness exercises, so we can better understand how diseases will spread, how people will respond in a panic, and how to deal with things like overloaded highways and communications systems,” he said.
Such comments cause me concern. Does Gates really not pay attention to the issues in North Korea? That tiny island sitting on nuclear missles capable of decimating Japan and China. What about Iran? Gates is for Gates in all cases. He conveniently dismisses logic if it means pushing his vaccine program.
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