Antitrust: The Bill Gates Playbook

Antitrust: The Bill Gates Playbook

This week, in addition to the Federal probe, “States to Launch Google, Facebook Antitrust Probes,” The Wall Street Journal et al reported. As one commenter said, “The real problem with both is their pernicious theft of our personal data and sales of that data to all sorts of entities looking to prod us, outrage us, excite us, sell us, etc. This is what their businesses have become: resale of stolen data.”

Google (is also being) Targeted By 50 U.S. AGs In Potential Sweeping Antitrust Investigation

Microsoft came under scrutiny some twenty years ago for its antitrust practices with Internet Explorer, its bundled browser that effectively obliterated all competition. Then-Chairman and CEO Bill Gates was deposed and came off as being “contemptuous, arrogant, and evasive.“ Sound familiar? Gates’s deposition was played at the opening of the trial and the judge said, “Mr. Gates, you lost me on Day One.” Microsoft demonstrated multiple violations of various judges’ orders, not unlike the current cartel. Microsoft was found to be not in violation of anti-trust laws, and the company was not broken up. A settlement was reached. Gates was out at Microsoft. Note to self: Internet Explorer was free, like services from Google and Facebook.

Bill Gates: Neo Philanthropist

Today, Bill Gates is perceived as being a philanthropist. Although he’s seemingly somewhat humble about it. Truth be told, a leopard never changes his stripes (sic). It’s no doubt the public persona he has adopted, not unlike Zuckerberg, et al, when they appeared before Congress, seemingly humble – and lying through their teeth. Dollars to donuts, they studied the Gates deposition, and learned.

We warned you long ago that the tech oligarchs, for the most part, are beta males, and never a good idea to remove a beta male from the company he built. No one gives up all of that power, control and hubris easily, or at all:

It was recently reported that Harvard Scientists, Funded By Bill Gates, To Begin Spraying Particles Into The Sky To Dim The Sun. Harvard has formed an advisory board to begin moving forward with their plan to spray particles into the stratosphere to test the geoengineering method of dimming the sun… Forbes reported it back in December, but did leave out a few key elements.

According to the former article, “Harvard scientists will attempt to replicate the climate-cooling effect of volcanic eruptions with a world-first solar geoengineering experiment…Known as the Stratospheric Controlled Perturbation Experiment (SCoPEx)…that will mimic the effects of volcanic ash blocking out the sun to produce a cooling effect…Adding to the questionable nature of this experiment is the fact that it is largely funded by none other than Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates. Gates is no stranger to funding controversial experiments as he’s publicly funded many of them including one that would implant devices into babies to automatically give them vaccines.“

Gates himself said “The world today has 6.9 billion people and that’s headed up to about 9 billion. If we do a really great job, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” Yet he is often lauded for the work of the Bill and Melissa Gates Foundation, but as Natural Society reported in 2014 (Big Owner of Monsanto Shares: Does Bill Gates Want Population Control?) , “(Gates) believes the density of the population in poor areas is too big, and with his depopulation plans he can ‘solve’ that problem. Consider his huge buyout of Monsanto stock – he owns millions of shares of Monsanto and Cargill stock, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation keep scooping it up. He owns more than $23 million worth, or 500,000 Monsanto shares. In fact, Gates’ wealth has burgeoned since he exited Microsoft and turned his attention to so-called philanthropy.

We also do wonder if the Gates Foundation is the model for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative…

As Natural Blaze reported, “37% of Bill Gates’ net worth would end world hunger. Instead, he invests billions of dollars into corporations blamed for many of the same health issues the Gates Foundation seeks to cure.”

Such as “the Gates Foundation’s involvement in the “Grand Challenges Explorations” program, which claims to be working to “achieve major breakthroughs in global health…breakthroughs like mass sterilization and nanoparticle vaccines that could be covertly administered without your knowledge, it turns out. These nanoparticles could be used in a spray mist that’s sprayed on to every person who walks through an airport security checkpoint, for example. Or it could be unleashed through the ventilation systems of corporate office buildings or public schools to vaccinate the masses. You wouldn’t even know you were being vaccinated,” said Natural News (Bill Gates funds covert vaccine nanotechnology).

And this just in: Bill Gates made donations to MIT through Jeffrey Epstein —here are all of the tech mogul’s connections to the financier

The latter SCoPEx piece also noted that former CIA director John Brennon proposed in 2016 that the government attempt to do just that. Now it seems it’s being undertaken by private interests (Gates) at the university level. Not unlike when the Pentagon killed Lifelog, “an ambitious effort to build a database tracking a person’s entire existence” the same day that Facebook was launched.

We see where that has led. Who knows what the long term consequences may be with tech now attempting to disintermediate the weather itself.  Meanwhile, Gates is building underground bunkers.

Given the stated purpose of the Gates Foundation and some of its initiatives, as well Google, Facebook and Amazon coming under the scrutiny of the Federal government, et al, one word does occur to us in terms of the various founders and what they truly are: despotic.

To give the tech oligarchs domain over our personal information has proven to have alarming consequences. To give them domain over geoengineering et al may well prove to be catastrophic. Onward and forward.

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