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Bill Gates Warns About Next Pandemic


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Billionaire and Microsoft founder Bill Gates has given a warning that the next pandemic the world faces may arise from a “virus that we already know about.”

The claim was made during an interview with El Diario, published in May.

Gates also said that there is a 50% chance another plague could appear within the next 20 years.

As well as a known virus, the next pandemic might be a man-made bioterror agent, or “something that makes the leap from the natural world” he alleged. He claims this will be due to climate change.

Gates’ efforts of philanthropy are predominantly focused on vaccination and climate change.

He suggests that if we wish to ward off another pandemic, countries must spend billions of dollars to research potential pathogens, calling for the creation of a 3,000-strong team of specialists.

Titled GERM (Global Epidemic Response and Mobilisation), the task force would be funded by the World Health Organisation, and it would require an extra $1 billion per year – a 25 percent budgetary increase. This would purportedly be to be constantly observing for potential outbreaks.

What qualifications does Bill Gates have that make him a reliable and knowledgeable source of information on this subject?

He does not have a doctorate degree in immunology, virology, or toxicology. He dropped out of college (Harvard) in 1975, where he was studying law, then he co-founded Microsoft. He has an honorary law degree, which he attained in 2007, and at the time he is quoted to have said, “I’ll be changing my job next year, and it will be nice to finally have a college degree on my resume.” (This statement was referencing his move to philanthropy.

His other degrees include honorary degrees from Nyenrode Business University in the Netherlands, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, Waseda University in Japan, Tsinghua University in China, Karolinska Institute in Sweden, the University of Cambridge in England, and Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia.

The honorary degree he has from Karolinska is in medicine, but not specifically in immunology, virology, or toxicology.

But this does not make him an expert! So, how does he know these things, and do we believe what he is saying? Or is it simply more fear-mongering?

Amid a covid-logged mainstream media, Gates suggested that there is “very little chance” that monkeypox will become the next great pandemic. He completely dismissed its potential to destroy Humanity. He is quoted as having said, “If it weren’t for the coronavirus pandemic, monkeypox wouldn’t even be in the news. And that’s good.”

Gates completely rejected the notion that monkeypox would mutate into something nastier. He said that it was necessary to maintain alertness because hundreds of cases of the virus had surfaced in Europe. It is not usually found there. The first alleged cases of monkeypox that occurred in Europe supposedly emerged in travellers who had returned from West Africa where the disease is purportedly endemic. It is suggested that monkeypox appears almost exclusively among gay and bisexual men.

The World Health Organisation held an emergency meeting about monkeypox in May. The agency’s Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness and Prevention chief Sylvie Briand suggested that the diagnosed cases were just “the tip of the iceberg” and that “many more cases” were lurking “undetected in communities”. She also reassured the public that monkeypox is “not a disease the general public should be worried about” because it doesn’t “spread fast” like COVID 19 purportedly does.

Gates suggested in early May that the novel coronavirus wasn’t through with humanity just yet, suggesting the world was “still at risk of this pandemic generating a variant that would be even more transmissive and even more fatal.”

Gates said that there was “way above a 5 percent risk that this pandemic, we haven’t even seen the worst of it.”

COVID 19 has an almost perfect recovery rate according to the data. The Omicron variant was markedly less fatal than its predecessors.

Gates made a prediction in 2015 that the world was, “not ready for the inevitable next pandemic” and he has since been hailed as a prophet by some mainstream media outlets – the majority of them are funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation – could this simply be a bias?

On May 31st in New York, Gates talked about the special response team he claims will stop the next pandemic, and he gave praise to China for being an important contributor to global health equality.

His new book, titled ‘How to Prevent the Next Pandemics’ was recently published to urge the world to be prepared for future pandemics.

“Going forward, the world needs to invest in disease monitoring and response with a global, rapid-response team, R&D for diagnostics, vaccines, and treatments, and health systems strengthening,” he said.



  1. If people allow the US and B. Gates and the nazi Schwab to control our existence, then we are a primitive moronic civilisation, and as stupid as can be.
    The fact that we have the internet and the ability to cross to people all over the world should tell us enough that we have all the power that we need.
    HOW stupid can WE be?
    SWITCH OFF THE MEDIA!!! We know that they are releasing viruses possibly through the air, so why are we still quiet? Idiots that we are.


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