It could be said, this installment is an addendum to a recently published article which concerned, the alleged epicenter of the coronavirus, the city of Wuhan, located in the Hubei province of China.
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What that article didn’t detail was the active involvement of one of the world’s most prominent advocates of the pharmaceutical/industrial complex, Microsoft Corporation’s Bill Gates.
In retrospect, the story of Bill Gates’s rise to mainstream prominence has always seemed a rather unlikely one.
In truth, Gates’s gregarious public image has always seemed to resemble that which is comparable to a pop or rock star, rather than projecting the buttoned-down image of solemn probity one would associate with a renowned Fortune 500 CEO.
Put another way, Gates, so it has always seemed, has spent more time before the general public’s eye than in the corporate boardroom.
Reportedly one of the richest men in the Western hemisphere, if not the entire world, Gates’s persona seems cut from the cloth of an accomplished performing actor or artistic dilettante, more so than a captain of industry.
While watching Gates perform at a TED Talk, given some years ago, his particular mannerisms while performing, and even his oratorical delivery seemed tightly scripted and overly slick. From an objective analysis, it seemed Gates’s performance resembled what one would expect delivered by that of a seasoned Hollywood or Broadway-styled performer.
In fact, Gates’s TED Talk performance called forth memories of yet another Hollywood actor/director, Rob Reiner AKA former climate change guru and former US Vice President, Al Gore.
Turns out, beneath the mask of Microsoft tech magnate Bill Gates exists one of the greatest and most iconic performers now living.
Which is ironic because, you see, the man behind the mask of Silicon Valley’s most renowned high-tech magnate is supposed to be dead.
Nevertheless, Gates’s host actor has been identified as a multi-talented performer who has not only been an award-winning and iconic film actor, director, and music legend but, going back decades into the past, the man behind the mask of Bill Gates also portrayed the role of one of America’s most iconic and infamous villains.
Suffice to say, Bill Gates’s host actor qualifies as one of the most gifted theatrical performers of the post–modern era; a man of one thousand faces and, perhaps, just as many voices.
But more than this folks, this installment shall detail a web of deep connections between Gates, MIT, a government contractor named SES S.A., the coronavirus, the activation of 5G and, as well, everyone’s favorite fabricated character in the realm of Post-Modern Reality Simulation, the infamous “Jeffery Epstein.” Continue reading “Behind the Gates of Bill’s Vaccination Con”