Bill Gates Lies While Blaming Unvaxxed For Pandemic…

Date: October 02, 2022

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“For a rapacious mega-billionaire who was buddy buddy with Jeffrey Epstein, Bill Gates has a remarkably positive public image, most likely thanks to the tens of millions of dollars he’s “contributed” to hundreds of different media outlets. But an oligarch has to always be on the lookout to make sure the masses never wise up and turn on you, which is likely why Gates is still pushing the idea that blame for the pandemic rests on vaccine skeptics who refused to take the jab.

Jimmy and America’s Comedian Kurt Metzger discuss Gates’ recent appearance with actor Kal Penn where the two did their level best to remind the audience to blame their neighbors for the extended pandemic.”

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11 thoughts on “Bill Gates Lies While Blaming Unvaxxed For Pandemic…

  1. feinmann

    Vaxxie, vaxxie, so obsessed,
    Wore your mask and took your tests.
    Still got COVID, every strain,
    Spike proteins inside your brain.

    Short of breath at 24,
    “Dr. Fauci, gimmie more!”
    Proteins tangle and misfold,
    Amyloidosis taking hold.

    Swollen heart at 25,
    “Thank Moderna I’m alive!”
    There’s no cure for microclot,
    Getting worse with every shot.

    Heart attack at 26,
    Prayed to Pfizer for a fix.
    Vaxxie, vaxxie, death is lurking,
    Doctor says, “that means it’s working.”

    Died of SADS at 27,
    All good vaxxies go to heaven.
    Obituary headline noted:
    “Anti-Vaxxer Dies Of COVID.”

    His family is quite upset,
    But they’re still alive, at least on net.
    And, they say, “its for the better,”
    Without the vax “he would be deader.”

    Reply
    1. eqfoundation Post author

      You really love religious, right wing media, don’t you?…I notice this overwhelming trend, in what you like to share here. 🙂

      I’ll try to watch this in a day or so.

      Reply
  2. feinmann

    It’s just two minutes long, so shouldn’t overtax you.

    I have no political or religious affiliation whatsoever; polarisation resulting from such affiliations maximises agression, obsession, obscures what is really going on, and thus maintains ignorance. Actually, collective west politicians plus so-called earth-bound representatives of God, repel me.

    As you know, I have for some time contributed to OLF on the topic of our maligned sexuality. In order to do that, I have had to refer to much “biased media sources” to do so, because it cannot be found on MSM.

    I see parallel travesties unfolding with the pandemic since Nov. 2019, and with Russia since Feb. 2022. I make no apologies for attempting to highlight such travesties wherever they are reported. OLF could of course be accused of being a Russia apologist for including pro-Putin broadcasts by Alex Christoforou.

    Steve, you have more content. I will also add content on the recent filing of a billion dollar lawsuit related to the “pandemic”. I hope you won’t mind adding these to OLF. Thanks.

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      The time isn’t automatically shown…I guess I’ve become accustomed to the long interviews/discussions/panels, and thought it would take a while to watch.

      I don’t mind religious or right wing sources, in and of themselves…so long as they don’t proselytize, or obsessively push conspiracy theories all the time.

      I think one of the cultural U.S. things that might not be clear to you, is that this very exact same claim, “that the U.S. government is going to murder masses of its citizens, via an imposed pandemic”, is a narrative which has cultivated and pushed by christian nationalists, white nationalists, christian separatists, private militias…the “christian identity” groups.

      It’s not that they cannot get anything right…but many of these people and groups are straight up insane…and they’ve been pushing this narrative for several decades here. Some of these groups are literally racist, violent, paranoid and detached from reality.

      Thing is…we’ve known all along, another pandemic coming along was just a matter of time…and these sorts of groups would jump on top of anything, regardless of how it played out…claim it’s “justification” for whatever they want to happen.

      It goes way deeper with me, than simply being an atheist, or a sort of refugee from religious culture…I’ve never been entirely comfortable, with directly sharing the content of people in that culture, who are dead set believers in their narrative…

      That whole narrative has taken on a life of its own, for decades…A lot of the people talking and spreading it, have been uncritical, crazy “conspiracy theory collectors”, as I sometimes call them.

      I’m not saying the sources you’re sharing are exactly like that, or not sound…I’m just trying to explain why I’ve been so reluctant to put this sort of thing “front and center” on the blog…I have a long history of reasonably not trusting sources from that sort demographic.

      The more grounded and “centrist” sorts have been slow [I would suggest, careful] in approaching the things which have been going on during this pandemic.

      What I fear…is that idiot elites have given the religious crazies a massive public relations gift, wrapped up with a big bow tie…by actually deciding to do the shit, which the crazies have been accusing them of since at least the 1990s.

      Was it intentional, or a combination of greed and total incompetence?

      At any rate…I wish like hell that more secular sources were tackling this subject.

      Mind you…I am getting somewhat burned out, with the long form discussions.

      Jimmy Dore does talk about it a lot…I still share his videos, despite that he’s feeling more and more like an extreme “dictator of the facts”, than he ever used to be.

      Alex keeps his religious views well in the background…I like his city touring…and he provides a solid counter view on the war, and politics in that region.

      I’m anything but pro Putin…If anything, I throw him a little bit of grace, given the treachery of the people causing him [among so many others] problems.

      Again…I have no problem with respectful, based religious people…I just don’t like opening a door, to the unhinged groups.

      I think this has played a role in some tension between us, in the past.

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  3. feinmann

    “I think this has played a role in some tension between us, in the past.” Maybe.

    All I can say is I echo your point about the two of us living in completely different cultures – mine shared between eastern Europe and south-east Asia. I would argue that your culture is the one having an overwhelmingly negative effect on the globe, and I am deeply concerned about that.

    Given the scope of your content here, I hope I to be given a chance to contribute material that best reflect those concerns. If such material appears to you to be sourced from “crazies” or “extreme” sources etc., then that is likely a symptom of the culture you are part of.

    Finally, I repeat, many of the people in my contributions have gone against the narrative and have consequently been censored/cancelled/villified by MSM and removed from social networks. They can only get their message out on platforms that would otherwise be deemed extreme. Should they be ignored for doing that? If yes, you then become part of the censorship problem.

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  4. feinmann

    Just found this; thought you might appreciate it.

    HOW CRAZY HAS AMERICA BECOME?

    You can’t justify this insanity:

    • If a guy pretends to be a woman, you are required to pretend with him.

    • Somehow it’s un-American for the census to count how many Americans are in America.

    • Russians influencing our elections are bad, but illegals voting in our elections are good.

    • It was cool for Joe Biden to “blackmail” the President of Ukraine.

    • Twenty is too young to drink a beer, but eighteen is old enough to vote.

    • People who have never owned slaves should pay slavery reparations to people who have never been slaves.

    • People who have never been to college should pay the debts of college students who took out huge loans for their degrees.

    • Immigrants with tuberculosis and polio are welcome, but you’d better be able to prove your dog is vaccinated.

    • Irish doctors and German engineers who want to immigrate to the US must go through a rigorous vetting process, but any illiterate gang member or terrorist who jumps the southern fence is welcome.

    • $5 billion for border security is too expensive, but $1.5 trillion for “free” health care is not.

    • If you cheat to get into college you go to prison, but if you cheat to get into the country you go to college for free.

    • If you cheat in an election nothing happens to you, but if you point out the mathematical errors of that election you are a conspiracy theorist & disdained.

    • People who say there is no such thing as gender are demanding a female President.

    • We see other countries going Socialist and collapsing, but it seems like a great plan for us.

    • Some people are held responsible for things that happened before they were born, and other people are not held responsible for what they are doing right now.

    • Criminals are caught-and-released to hurt more people, but stopping them is bad because it’s a violation of their rights.

    • And pointing out all this hypocrisy somehow makes us “racists”?!

    Nothing makes sense anymore – no values, no morals, and no civility. People are dying of a Chinese virus, but it’s racist to refer to it as Chinese even though it began in China. We are clearly living in an upside-down world where right is wrong and wrong is right, where moral is immoral and immoral is moral, where good is evil and evil is good, where killing murderers is wrong but killing unborn babies is okay!

    Wake up America, the great unsinkable ship Titanic America has hit an iceberg, it’s taking on water, and is sinking fast. We Americans are drowning. Speak up while you still have breath and a voice for soon you will have neither if you don’t!

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    1. eqfoundation Post author

      A few of these are blatant conservative talking points, with their typical, unsophisticated spin…but, yeah…aside from the few I’d take deep issue with, it may surprise some people just how much of this I actually do agree with.

      Reply

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