A Sad Bill Gates Laments That More Of His Dystopian Agenda Was Not Carried Out During The Pandemic, Commits $20 Billion To Completing The Mission by Geoffrey Grider for Now The End Begins
Bill Gates is sad. The co-founder of software giant Microsoft turned philanthropist and epidemiologist laments the direction the world is heading, and vows to change it’s course.
In his now infamous series of TED talks where he not only ‘predicted’ the pandemic and declared that the future of the world travels the path of vaccinations, abortions and digital identification for all of humanity, Bill Gates became our dystopian prophet, a harbinger of doom personified. But today, Bill Gates is sad that the global vision of the world, planted in his head by listening to his Planned Parenthood CEO father at the dinner table as a child, is not yet fully realized. So Bill Gates has written a check for $20 billion to move us closer to seeing his end times dream come true.
“But I will shew thee that which is noted in the scripture of truth:” Daniel 10:21a (KJB)
Bill Gates started the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as a way to change the public perception of who he really was, and have used the foundation to send hundreds of millions of dollars in “grants” to major media outlets so they would write nice things about him. Here’s a fun fact, Melinda Gates divorced him because of his refusal to end his relationship with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Bill Gates became the largest private donor to the World Health Organization by giving them over $4.1billion so he could have access to third world nations to “set up shop” and begin vaccine experiments on the poor people living there. In 2020, the United Nations was forced to admit that the Bill Gates funded polio vaccine in Africa actually caused a polio outbreak. Welcome to Day 850 of 15 Days To Flatten the Curve.