Bill Gates has played a leading role in formulating governments’ responses to the Covid-19 pandemic and has been one of the leading proponents of the Covid-19 vaccine. Although Gates claims to be benevolent, his wealth expanded rapidly during the Covid-19 pandemic, during which Forbes estimates made him $10 billion, Adam Wilson writes.
Canada has been the cradle of authoritarian vaccine mandates. When people tried to protest the mandates, they were brutally beaten by police officers, their bank accounts and donors’ bank accounts were frozen, and their own government dismissed them as racists instead of acceding to their demands.
Although Gates claims to be benevolent, his wealth expanded rapidly during the Covid-19 pandemic, in which he made $10 billion according to Forbes estimates.
Gates gave a TED Talk on how to prevent the next pandemic in Vancouver yesterday, met by thousands of Canadians fed up with the medical tyranny Gates has helped facilitate.
The Gateway Pundit reports :
Thousands of outraged freedom activists surrounded Canada’s Vancouver Trade & Convention Center on Sunday and demanded the arrest of Bill Gates ahead of the globalist billionaire’s main appearance at TED Talk, where he previously outlined plans to depopulate through the vaccines.
Opponents of the COVID-19 mandates have been mobilizing for weeks to publicly shame the billionaire tycoon, who has religiously committed experimental gene-modification injections that have cost millions of lives and severely injured others worldwide.
Gates is determined to “change our DNA,” warned one protester during a speech at the “Super Protest,” but: “He is not our God. He’s not a doctor. It’s not a pandemic, it’s a planned epidemic. He has not been elected, but he thinks he is more important than the government itself.”
Doctors also spoke out against Gates.
“All the doctors who speak out against the mandates, who speak out on the media narrative, pay a price,” said Dr. Sofia Bayfield. “We pay a professional price. Psychologists are after us. We are losing our hospital privileges.”
“Many of our colleagues who are surgeons and radiologists – who work in hospitals – haven’t worked since October. Shame. As we know, science is never fixed. Even Albert Einstein said we should debate. Science is always an ongoing debate. This is very important. The risk we take by getting up is worth it. It is our moral duty.”
Several activist groups, such as trade unions and NGOs, played a key role in facilitating the authoritarian Covid lockdowns, maintaining them much longer than it should have been. It was announced last week that teachers’ unions were given a say in the CDC’s reopening guidelines for schools.
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