Speaking on Friday during the Munich Security Conference, Bill Gates arrogantly made a startling admission that many thought would never occur.
The Microsoft founder and chairman, who’s not a doctor, stated that natural infection and spread was more effective at bolstering human immunity than vaccines.
We didn’t need Gates to tell us this fact, but, interestingly, he concedes natural immunity is superior.
Watch and notice him use the word “sadly”:
Of course, his ‘brilliant’ solution is to make vaccines available to the world faster.
But that’s not the only thing Gates discussed at the annual conference in Germany.
Speaking to CNBC’s Hadley Gamble, Gates told the audience that a potential new pandemic would likely stem from a different pathogen than that belonging to the coronavirus family.
“We’ll have another pandemic. It will be a different pathogen next time,” Gates said.
Zero Hedge reported:
Despite becoming an object of public scorn during the pandemic, Gates and his foundation are undeterred: the billionaire is already plowing millions of dollars into a foundation helping to prepare for ‘the next’ pandemic.
Gates, through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has partnered with the U.K.’s Wellcome Trust to donate $300 million to the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, which helped form the Covax program to deliver vaccines to low- and middle-income countries.
The CEPI is aiming to raise $3.5 billion in an effort cut the time required to develop a new vaccine to just 100 days.
The whole operation is amusing since nobody knows what the next pandemic will be.
Let’s not forget about his suspicious warning of smallpox terrorist attacks:
Gates provided another arrogant soundbite when asked about masks at the conference:
Bill Gates about wearing a mask... pic.twitter.com/V6X8CsJS52
— Wittgenstein (@backtolife_2023) February 18, 2022
I'd like to see Mr. Gates say that to parents of toddlers who have speech delays from frequent mask wearing: