Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955.
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Crazy Conspiracy Theory Claims Bill Gates Behind Monkeypox
By Ed Browne On 5/19/22 at 10:05 AM EDT
Bill Gates, the man who, according to conspiracy theorists, has attempted to have us injected with microchips via the COVID vaccines, is back at it again—this time with monkeypox, according to the latest ludicrous claims.
Monkeypox is a viral disease that mostly occurs in Africa and has been seen in humans since 1970. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) describes its symptoms as smallpox-like, including fever, aches, exhaustion and a body rash. In Africa, monkeypox has been shown to cause death in as many as 1 in 10 people who catch it.
Preparing for Pandemics
The monkeypox cases come less than a year after Bill Gates, U.S. multi-billionaire and co-founder of Microsoft and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation private charity organization, warned that governments must prepare for future pandemics and hypothetical smallpox bioterrorism acts by investing billions into research—something he also warned about in 2017.
He made last year’s comments as part of a discussion organized by the U.K. think tank Policy Exchange. In it, he also called for the formation of a new WHO pandemic task force.
For some Twitter users, these events are no mere coincidence and can’t be explained by world leaders concerned about public health during a global pandemic. Rather, they are proof that Gates, not satisfied with allegedly pumping us full of microchips via the COVID vaccines—he didn’t—is up to something once again. Though it’s unclear what exactly he is being accused of.
“So U.S. purchased monkeypox vax a week ago, world is about to sign a treaty with the WHO giving them full control during a health emergency, Bill Gates warned us about “the next one”, Monkeypox now making headlines,” wrote @Humanlty1o1, gaining nearly 3,000 likes and over 1,000 retweets as of Thursday. “A conspiracy theorist may posit that these things are related?”
“Davos, the WHO Treaty and Bill Gates’s book ‘How to Prevent the Next Pandemic’ segue conveniently into emerging reports of monkeypox,” wrote British dance-pop trio Right Said Fred, gaining more than 800 likes as of Thursday morning.
@Red_Pill_Led wrote: “194 countries are about to abdicate sovereignty to the WHO and Bill Gates … NGOs, global corps and elites will decide how we live, not one elected official!”
Fact Check: Did Bill Gates Predict The Monkeypox Outbreak?
By Tom Norton On 5/19/22 at 11:09 AM EDT
The billionaire has spoken about the possibility of smallpox type virus being used as a bioterrorist weapon, accounts of which have been highlighted on social media.
Gates has been a common target of conspiracy theorists throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, often baselessly portrayed as an architect of the crisis.
In May 2022, multiple social media posts reported that Bill Gates had recently warned of a smallpox attack.
Some of those commentators implicitly hint at Gates’ purported role in the spread of monkeypox cases reported in Europe and the U.S.
Many of the posts are tied into pre-existing conspiracy theory narratives about the Microsoft founder and his foundation.
While Gates has talked about the possibility of bioterrorist smallpox attacks in the past, his comments have been drawn slightly out of context and don’t mention monkeypox.
In November 2021, during a Policy Exchange Interview with chair of the U.K.’s Health Select Committee Jeremy Hunt, Gates warned governments should prepare for future pandemics and smallpox terror attacks.
Responding to a question from Hunt about what global governments should do to protect against future pandemics, Gates said it would take “tens of billions” in research and development and “probably about a billion a year” to form a pandemic task force led at a World Health Organization (WHO) level.
Some of the reports that followed the interview suggested Gates warned that terrorists would try to use smallpox as a weapon.
That coverage was slightly misleading. Gates was in fact talking about simulating the possibilities of such an attack, without outright saying it would happen.
He said: “And so I’m hoping in five years I can write a book… (that says), you know, we are ready for the next pandemic but it will take tens of billions in R&D, and that the U.S. and the U.K will be a part of that.
Crucially, Gates has not mentioned monkeypox specifically in his previous engagements, instead mostly talking about the threat of bioterrorism in a hypothetical manner.
Monkeypox is a smallpox-like virus that can leave victims with a painful rash and can be fatal if not treated. While similar to smallpox, it often has milder symptoms often beginning with a fever, headache, muscle aches and exhaustion.
Gates’ previously estimated that a coordinated smallpox attack could cause tens of millions of deaths, whereas so far only a very small number cases of monkeypox have been recorded globally.
WHO has said the source of the infection is currently unknown. A bioterrorism attack, as Gates has spoken about, would likely be far easier to pinpoint.