The globalist elites are doing everything they can to reshape society.
And Bill Gates is leading the way with his endless ocean of money.
But Gates just let one secret slip about his plan that the globalists hoped would never come out.
America is a capitalist country, which means that some people manage to develop products and services that are widely in demand and make millions or even billions of dollars doing so.
Bill Gates is one of those people. He was at the cutting edge of the tech revolution, turning Microsoft into one of the largest and most powerful companies on earth.
In doing so, he helped push society forward. But as he has gotten older, he has gotten drunk on his own power and influence.
Now he believes that he is personally responsible for saving the world. And the way he intends to do it is by telling other people how to live their lives and using his billions of dollars to impose his will.
He has become obsessed with climate change and obsessed with forced vaccinations. And he has even been willing to rub elbows with the likes of Jeffrey Epstein in order to get his way.
Now, even those who work for him are starting to ask questions.
According to a report from the Associated Press, Gates Foundation employees are starting to ask one big question: “Does The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have too much power and influence?”
“It’s a question the foundation’s CEO Mark Suzman raised in its annual letter released Tuesday that outlines the organization’s priorities and announces its budget for the coming year. With $8.3 billion to give away in 2023, the Gates Foundation is the largest private philanthropic donor. And with an endowment of more than $70 billion, its spending power is likely to continue for many decades.”
Of course, by the end of the letter, the Gates Foundation conveniently concluded that the answer was “No.”
However, according to the article, “Others disagree, including researchers who have followed the foundation’s funding for education in the U.S., its weight in international global health organizations and its approach toward the agriculture of small-holder farmers around the world.”
Later, the article points out that “some of its interventions have not achieved their goals, despite widespread adoption.”
“In one example, the foundation championed a theory of measuring teacher effectiveness in U.S. schools. Then, it commissioned research in 2018 that found the approach did little to consistently improve learning outcomes for students. It also advocated for curriculum standards called the Common Core that have been criticized as being too formulaic and are still in effect in some states.”
Bill Gates’s ego has gotten so big that he thinks he can single-handedly save the world.
But instead of doing that, he has consistently made things worse. That should not come as a surprise, since that is usually what happens when one man thinks he can wield that kind of power.
Instead of trying to be a superhero, all of us should learn a lesson from Bill Gates’s failures and focus on our own communities, instead of trying to save the world.