Bill Gates is not a scientist.
Bill Gates is not a doctor.
Bill Gates is a globalist who believes in depopulation if you believe he meant what he said “We’ve got population now 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,” at his Ted Talk in 2010.
Now just recently, Bill said the quiet part out loud again in the video clip below.
Fareed Zakaria: Does that mean, we can get vaccines for things like cancer, for AIDS, for everything?
Bill Gates: Not immediately, but the dream is yes, a lot of the funding for these mRNA companies is for cancer-related vaccines. And part of the beauty is that even if the thing you’re trying to attack in the cancer, you know, only a small number of people have it, it’s so easy to change the instructions in the vaccine, you don’t have to build a whole new factory and verify the factory. You just type those numbers in and hopefully the regulator sees, oh, you’re just doing the small thing, go ahead. Pretty good for cancer where the outcome if you don’t treat the patient is very poor, it’s not healthy people that you’re treating and so when people look at the three mRNA, companies CureVac, Moderna, BioNTech, that, that they each have cancer groups that, you know, they’re excited about. They can also make medicines that have been expensive protein medicines like growth factors, and they’ll, you know, try to do quite a few vaccines. So yes, it’s a much easier way of making the vaccine because you tell the body to make the spike protein, and then have the immune system recognize it and get ready to attack it as opposed to you actually stick the spike protein in, and you have to do it on top of something and figuring out what that is, you know, is kind of hit or miss. And so the factory for mRNA is pretty generic. You know what Pfizer, you know, they in a typical year before the pandemic made 200 million vaccines in a year. The COVID vaccine, they made a billion and a half in the first year. And so the scale-up of that manufacturing as they did that their cost per unit, you know, it starts at like $60 and this probably they don’t like to say but probably below $5 at this point.
Scary stuff here when you think about it, especially if you know anything about system updates in the digital space. They rarely ever work flawlessly. Fortunately, in the digital space, those flaws don’t often lead to anything more than an inconvenience and maybe some lost revenue, but if you’re talking about updating someone with mRNA technology that snuck by regulators, the consequences could be catastrophic.
Either way, there are becoming fewer and fewer people who trust Bill Gates as the guy who should be spearheading all of this, let alone if should be taking place at all.
Here are a few comments of what the wonderful people of the interwebs are saying about it…
“Gates is an evil bastard, nothing he recommends is to save lives, it’s all about population control i.e. death.”
“Let’s see, the guy who could not keep our computers from regularly crashing with a ‘blue screen of death’ is going to help manipulate our DNA? You must be kidding. Go home, Bill.”
“This entire line of vaccines is garbage. Recommend not using the public as a trial.”
“He can stick his family, with those Intended for mine!”
“Sure, not like anything ever goes wrong with software updates. It’s just your life we are talking about now. Just a few button clicks oops.”
“He lit up exponentially at the end of the conversation when he mentions the numbers of what the profit was. What a sick fuck. He said “it cost about $60 per vaccine, but after Covid, it cost them around $5. Why is he free and why when we all know this is governments allowed to kill us?”
Red Voice Media would like to make a point of clarification on why we do not refer to any shot related to COVID-19 as a "vaccine." According to the CDC, the definition of a vaccine necessitates that said vaccine have a lasting effect of at least one year in preventing the contraction of the virus or disease it's intended to fight. Because all of the COVID-19 shots thus far available have barely offered six months of protection, and even then not absolute, Red Voice Media has made the decision hereafter to no longer refer to the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson substances as vaccinations.