New York Times study together with Zignal Labs: the founder of Microsoft is now the new George Soros in the forest of conspiracies and bizarre theories on the spread of the coronavirus
NOW the stones also know: one of the most precise and disturbing predictions of what is happening is signed by Bill Gates. The patron and co-founder of Microsoft, a computer giant that has definitely left a few weeks ago, in fact gave a brief but fulminating speech at a March 2015 Ted event entitled “The next epidemic? We are not ready”. In his speech, the inventor of Windows said that if in 2014 we had avoided a horrible global epidemic of ebola with great luck and thanks to thousands of health professionals who immolated themselves in incredibly dramatic contexts, in the future something worse could have happened for to which we had not yet made the right healthcare choices. That virus has arrived, it’s called Sars-CoV-2, it causes a baptized Covid 19 syndrome and has already killed 165,000 people worldwide.
Bill Gates, in 2015, had raised the alarm: “A virus could kill more than one war. And we are not ready”
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According to a survey conducted by New York Times together with Zignal Labs, a company specialized in media analysis, Gates – the one who had warned us in time and whose advice we should perhaps have followed – has become in recent weeks the main target of conspiracy theories circulating on social media as well as on TV. There is something for everyone: he is accused of having manufactured Covid 19 in the laboratory (which is not the virus but the disease, it is worth repeating it for greater clarity) so that we can speculate on a vaccine, of be part of the usual international society that intends to exterminate humanity by resurrecting even its relations with the ex-suicide magnate convicted of pedophilia Jeffrey Epstein or wanting to build a surveillance-based society using the pandemic excuse to implant microchips across the world. The 64-year-old businessman, who had already donated $ 10 million for the search for a vaccine through his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation just increased to 250 million last January, stimulates the imagination of the most daring and ridiculous dietrologists even more than another panzana among the most driven in recent times: the one that would trace a link between Covid 19 and the diffusion of the new 5G standard for cellular telephony.
According to NYTimes and Zignal Labs theories that share Gates with the virus had 1.2 million mentions on TV and on social media between February and April, 33% more than the second panzana, the one just mentioned and related to 5G. In the current month, the quotes are around 18 thousand every 24 hours. Circulation appears seamlessly on all channels: from videos on YouTube to posts on Facebook and Twitter. And in this sense, the content penalization and fact checking systems set up by the platforms to counteract the spread of falsehoods and real castles of deceit seem to be of little power. In short, Bill Gates is the new one George Soros.
The New York Times in fact, it identified 16 thousand Facebook posts since the beginning of the year around which almost a million reactions have developed. And the ten conspiracy clips that quote Gates on YouTube garnered nearly five million views between March and April. Meanwhile, his Ted Talk five years ago has garnered an additional 25 million new views over the past few weeks. According to the newspaper, however, this flow would be fueled by fleets of no-vax, members of the QAnon group and far-right polemicists as “evidence that one of the richest men in the world has planned to use the pandemic to take control of the health system. global”. On the other hand, Gates has been spending for months to raise public awareness to comply with containment measures, support the search for a vaccine and a greater ability to test potentially infected by opposing Donald Trump. He did so both in the early stages, while the US president minimized the infections, and now that the tenant of the White House gives back to the protests against restrictions in some democratically-led states (but not only) such as Michigan or Montana and suspends the funds to the World Health Organization.
“Bill Gates easily transforms into a meme and a health-related figure because he’s really well known,” he explained Whitney Phillips, a professor of digital ethics at the University of Syracuse – is able to function as a kind of imaginary black man. “The origin of the” infection “against Gates? The first mention of some conspiracy is recorded on January 21 According to the Times analysis, a youtuber connected to the group of ultracomplottists QAnon, the same who suggest bleach to cure the virus, said he was convinced that Gates knew of the pandemic on the way, at least judging by a patent for a vaccine of the Pirbright Institute, a British group funded by the Gates Foundation. Too bad that vaccine had nothing to do with Sars-Cov-2 but related to another bird flu. Infowars has resumed the approach and conspiracy theories have started to spread and multiply thanks to the support of personalities such as those of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., one of Bob’s sixteen children who has been conducting a tough anti-vaccination campaign for years through his organization Children’s Health Defense and who continues to support how Gates pushes on vaccines to finance his other interests.