In a 2015 speech, Bill Gates warned that the greatest risk to humanity was not nuclear war but an infectious virus that could threaten the lives of millions of people.
That speech has resurfaced in recent weeks with 25 million new views on YouTube — but not in the way that Mr. Gates probably intended. Anti-vaccinators, members of the group QAnon and right-wing pundits have instead seized on the video as evidence that one of the world’s richest men planned to use a pandemic to wrest control of the global health system.
Another video from January 22 2015 re-surfaced also but it was just a short clip that doesn’t show the whole conversation.
The video was named Video: Bill Gates – We Are Taking THINGS That Are GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISIMS & We Are Injecting Them Into Little Kids Arms, We Just Shoot Them Right Into The Vein”.
And we don’t like to be CNN and produce fake news so we found a video from the whole debate from which you can obtain your opinion!
The whole debate happened while Bill and Melinda Gates spoke to a Brussels audience, which didn’t appear shocked by their endorsement of GMO crops.
Speaking to the audience, Bill Gates said that the strongest analogy when speaking about GMOs was with medicines, where people also worried about their side effects.
You can watch the whole debate below and the moment where he speaks about GMO medicine starts at 2:10.
These kinds of videos are now fueling a conspiracy theory that claims Bill Gates has plans to use the eventual vaccine for “bigger things”.
That claim has circulated in conspiracy theory groups online over the last few weeks, but it recently graduated to a more mainstream audience.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. slammed billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates and his “messianic conviction that he is ordained to save the world with technology.”
If Bill Gates delivers a coronavirus vaccine, Roger Stone said he won’t be taking it.
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