Remember When Bill Gates Warned Us In 2015 About A Major Virus Outbreak


The corona virus has caught institutions and people around the world completely off guard from it’s attack. But for years, Bill Gates has been warning about the risk of this type of pandemic.

In a 2015 TED talk, Bill Gates stated that the world was “not ready for the next epidemic” And in a 2018 he stated that a pandemic could happen within the next decade.

He Stated The Following:

“You can have a virus where people feel well enough while they’re infectious that they get on a plane or they go to a market…”

“The idea is to take a new way of building vaccines that could let us develop, in less than a year, a novel vaccine…”

“The impact of a huge epidemic, like a flu epidemic, would be phenomenal because all the supply chains would break down.”

“There’s no need to panic. We don’t need to afford cans of spaghetti or go down to the basement. But we need to get going. Because time is not on our side…”

“The world needs to prepare for pandemics in the same serious way it prepares for war.”

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  1. Event 201 and he will probably get even more rich helping develop a vaccine. Too neat. Too tidy. He is an advocate of the Georgia Guidestones. Freak.

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    • But on the other hand… More people would be alive today had they done what Bill Gates requested.

      That to me seems anti Georgia Guidestones

      Just Saying

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      • Please. Gates is a LIAR. He is a Eugenicist. He wants mandatory vaccinations and hopes 90% die, all in the name of “saving us”.

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        • You Stated — “Gates is a LIAR. He is a Eugenicist. He wants mandatory vaccinations and hopes 90% die, all in the name of “saving us”.”

          My Response — He could be or may not be. That has nothing to do with my statement.

          I was stating that if they had the resources in place that he warned him they needed, they would have saved more lives.

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          • *facepalm* His eugenicist views are common knowledge. So are the Rockefellers’… Funny how ‘philanthropy’ and ‘population reduction’ go hand in hand.

            He, and by extension, you, are ‘assuming’. Well, I stand by what I said, earlier, that he is lying about ‘resources in place’ as he (1) doesn’t really care, (2) his posturing regarding his ‘higher knowledge’ of things is just the usual arrogance of the ‘elite’ and (3) having said resources, that he warned about, doesn’t guarantee ‘saved lives’. He is finger wagging to a captive audience because he can and using (helping to create) the hysteria to forward his plans. If you believe what he says, go for it.

            Frankly, coulda, shoulda, woulda is nothing but hot air. And, never discount the argument of “having a system in place to fight…” (insert problem here) as nothing more that power grabs.

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            • You Stated — “*facepalm* His eugenicist views are common knowledge.”

              My Response — I simply stated that had they put in place the resources he requested less lives would have been lost.

              I’m not disagreeing with what you think he may or may not be. Good and Evil agendas exist throughout the world. He may be what you think he is or he may be what others think he is. Both views are irrelevant to my statement and how we should deal with a virus outbreak. My point doesn’t address his agenda or who he is as a person.

              He called for more trained doctors and hospitals to be put in place regardless of if they were needed at the time in the event there was an outbreak. He requested that the US government pay doctors and nurses to be on the ready even if they weren’t in active use so there would be a trained staff prepared in advance.

              We didn’t want to waste the money so here we are.

              This doesn’t conflict with your ideas of him as a person or what you believe his agenda to be so I’m not sure why you are having a face palm moment.

              You Stated — “If you believe what he says, go for it.”

              My Response — What would I go for? I’m not sure what you’re stating I should do.

              I do think we should spend less money on the military and just a bit more on making education for nursing and medicine more affordable. That’s all I’m on board with. I have no immediate interest in anything else he is working on or don’t have enough details to be convinced.

              As for power grabs, what would not be a power grab with people involved? Controlling power is one issue and should not be conflated with a need to be prepared. Try to make a world where you control greed, power and still prepare for emergencies. I’m not sure why what I’m saying is causing such a visceral response.

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              • ***”…what you think he may or may not be.” “He may be what you think he is or he may be what others think he is.”

                My opinion of him is based upon his own statements and admissions. There is no “may” to it. The *facepalm* moment is the suggestion that he “might, maybe, possibly” not be a eugenicist. That’s like looking at an owl and saying “I don’t know. It might be a dog.”

                ***”He called for more trained doctors and hospitals to be put in place regardless of if they were needed at the time in the event there was an outbreak. He requested that the US government pay doctors and nurses to be on the ready even if they weren’t in active use so there would be a trained staff prepared in advance.”

                Translation: I need an army of arm stickers and a cash flow to big pharma. Nevermind the US is how many trillions in debt?

                ***”We didn’t want to waste the money so here we are.”

                And, again, I have to point out that you are assuming throwing money and people at this (or any other) problem would help. Modern healthcare is a money-making machine, not a healing process. If money & people could solve diseases, they already would have. Cured patients are much like the problem Singer ran into many decades ago…well made sewing machines don’t sell very often because…they’re made well.

                ***”What would I go for? I’m not sure what you’re stating I should do.”

                Colloquialism. If you believe what he says to be true, good for you. Nothing more.

                ***”I do think we should spend less money on the military and just a bit more on making education for nursing and medicine more affordable.”

                I won’t argue the military point. Spot on. And, how about making ALL education more affordable. I seem to remember a time when it was.

                ***”That’s all I’m on board with. I have no immediate interest in anything else he is working on or don’t have enough details to be convinced.”

                Event 201 would be a good start. And, I don’t believe in coincidences.

                ***”Controlling power is one issue and should not be conflated with a need to be prepared. Try to make a world where you control greed, power and still prepare for emergencies. I’m not sure why what I’m saying is causing such a visceral response.”

                I assure you that my bowels are not in an uproar. I’m just surprised.

                Controlling power is a bit of an oxymoron. Surviving an existing power structure…now, THAT is something to prepare for. Even better, prepare to be controlled even more…coming to a neighborhood near you.

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      • https://themadtruther.com/2020/03/22/medical-martial-law-2020/

        Because the philanthropists just have our best interests at heart…riiiiiiight. Gee. How does a government and/or governments stop world wide rioting?

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        • You Stated — “Because the philanthropists just have our best interests at heart”

          My Response — No one beside the individual for themselves have their best interest at heart. Others may or may not come close to that depending on a number of factors.

          Just saying

          As for rioting; it’s up to the motivation of the crowd.

          https://realitydecoded.blog/2019/04/08/love-is-the-only-solution/

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        • I read through the material. It’s interesting but minus the occasional off topic rant the writer spins into.

          Nothing he said would have helped Italy so I’m not sure how to apply his position.

          As for his view on the governments it seems a bit conspiratorial but could be true. I think people need to make their own calculations on how to respond. Italy thought it more a hoax than real and that didn’t seem to pan out well for them. The people in Florida seemed to also think its a hoax and for the moment are doing ok.

          We will need more time to formulate a full opinion in my circles.

          He Stated — “The irony in all of this, of course, and just the kind the psychopaths savor, is that programming has gotten people into dire fear of a relatively harmless virus while they embrace technology ‘infecting’ billions.”

          He seems very far off base in relation to Italy but I get what he is saying in relation to 5G. Keep in mind consumers drive technology and despite repeated evidence that much of the new tech is dangerous, people still want it. I don’t know if it’s a problem with education, laziness or that people simply don’t care.

          Thanks for the link.

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          • Italy has a very high elderly population and, they also had the most flights in and out of China due to an agreement between the two nations. These may be strong factors in what is taking place there. I don’t know where Italy stands with the 5G rollout, though or how saturated they are with EMF (as opposed to any other European nation). I do know that Switzerland stopped it due to a huge amount of complaints and pushback.

            D. All of the above.

            Welcome.

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  2. Please hear the rest of the story?

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