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WATCH Bill Gates On EPSTEIN Relationship: “It Was A Huge Mistake”


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I feel like everything is slowly coming to a head, don’t you?

It wasn’t that long ago when pointing out the Epstein and Gates relationship got you thrown in the conspiracy bin, but once again, time is the ally of the truthful.

Gates recently appeared in the mainstream media where he briefly discussed his relationship with Epstein, and claims it was based on global philanthropy…..

This is the same Bill Gates who is alleged to have thrown wild pool parties with strippers, and had quite the appetite for women.

Once he discovered that Epstein had no philanthropic connections, Gates claimed that he dropped the relationship, yet many people point out that this is a very farfetched explanation:

Gates admitted to Anderson Cooper on CNN:

“I had several dinners with him, you know, hoping that what he said about getting billions of philanthropy for global health through contacts that he had might emerge,” Gates said. “When it looked like that wasn’t a real thing, that relationship ended.”

Gates declined to respond to the Wall Street Journal’s reporting that his social connection to Epstein played a role in his divorce from Melinda French Gates, which was finalized this week.

“It’s a time of reflection, and at this point, I need to go forward,” Gates told CNN. “Within the family, we’ll heal the best that we can.”

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Rolling Stone also reports:

Nothing materialized from his outreach to Gates; sources say Epstein made a final “fuck you” to Gates two days before he died. At this moment, he appointed Nikolic as a substitute executor of his will. Nikolic says he had had no meaningful contact with Epstein for years — so, the move could have been designed to shine a light on the Gates/Epstein relationship, with the full knowledge that it could be extraordinarily damaging to Gates’ reputation.

I reached out to Nikolic who told me in an email exchange he had fainted at his mother’s wake when heard of his appointment and that “it was absolutely a retaliatory move”. 

He added: “Over the past few years, we have all learned that Epstein was a master deceiver. I now see that his philanthropic proposals were designed to ingratiate himself with my colleagues and me in an attempt to further his own social and financial ambitions. When he failed to achieve his goals, he started to retaliate.” Nikolic sought legal advice and declined his executor duties. 

Walker, meanwhile, has got on with her work as a neurosurgeon, and Gates, as we know, has gotten divorced. But the story serves as a warning perhaps that one should assume that the world of philanthropy is every bit as susceptible to high-flying power-plays as the for-profit world — and that a determined crook like Jeffrey Epstein can get a lot of undeserved credibility by associating with distinguished people on the inside.



 

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