March 6, 2013
Billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates will be delivering a student address at 3:00 p.m. at the new Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall on the University of Texas at Austin campus today. Computer science majors attending were required to secure a numbered wristband from the department in advance, which included an instruction sheet congratulating them on receiving a ticket to the lecture and informing them no recording or photography would be allowed.
When I called to inquire about press passes, I was promptly but apologetically informed that all media had already been “arranged in advance.”
Why would media need to be arranged in advance for a simple hour-long speaking engagement with some college kids?
Is it because Bill Gates does not want to have to answer questions about how over 50 Chadian children, some as young as seven years old, recently hallucinated, convulsed, and were ultimately paralyzed after receiving an Africa-specific meningitis vaccine linked to his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation?
Perhaps he doesn’t want to be confronted on how this is becoming a pattern, considering 47,500 children were also paralyzed by Gates-linked vaccines in India in 2011.
“The killings drew comparisons with a series of incidents in Pakistan last December where five female polio vaccinators were gunned down, apparently by Islamist militants. It also signalled a fresh wave of hostility towards immunisation drives in Nigeria, where some clerics have claimed the vaccines are part of a western plot to sterilise young girls and eliminate the Muslim population.”
Maybe he doesn’t want to answer to claims that he’s a eugenicist committed to population reduction who has openly advocated death panels and the use of vaccines to cull the world’s population by 15 percent. Watch these videos below for yourself. In the second one, gates is quoted as saying:
“The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”
Well, those questions are exactly what I plan to confront him with this afternoon. If you can get there by 3:00 p.m. and get inside, perhaps you should do the same.
When we devalue even a single human life, we devalue all of humanity.
Bill Gates really didn’t want to be confronted on how a vaccine linked to the Gates Foundation paralyzed some 47,500 children in India, but Infowars reporter Melissa Melton asked him about it anyway.