davidicke.comBill Gates Caught Off Guard When Questioned About Vaccines https://youtu.be/It2IFcc2oY0 [answer-banner]
I think he must have some knowledge that vaccanies have killed people in the past and some awareness of what is being put in the vaccines not sure how he gets away with it other than he has enormous amounts of money
Bryan, you made some very good points about possible reasons for Bill Gates’ massive personality defect. However I think it is very important that we don’t throw around terms like psycho and evil willy-nilly, even when it comes to people like Bill Gates, and I understand how tempting it is. All i’m saying is caution is the watchword when it comes to characterising globalist enemies, especially when we are dealing with the mainstream media who frequently refer to Keep Britain Free as non-compliant extremists. Let’s not give them any more ammunition to use for their smear tactics. By all means we should expose the evil and potential evil of his plans (ie. colluding with the Chinese government / using African people as vaccination guinea pigs), but let’s not overreach by assuming that the man himself is evil. He may very well be, in fact he probably is, but that is beside the point. As you mentioned, we cannot possibly know the childhood circumstances that led him to what he is today, and it’s probably pointless to speculate. If we are to win over other members of the public and win the message battle against the mainstream media, then it’s very important we stick to the facts and rail against the authoritarianism around the world rather than cast aspersions on someone’s character, even if that someone is likely to be a very bad person. That lack of discipline could undermine our argument in the public eye, so it’s important to show that WE are the reasonable ones, if only for the good PR. As for the very well known phrase ‘The devil’s greatest trick was convincing people he doesn’t exist’. Much like the great George Orwell’s work, this phrase very much applies to much of what has been happening during the past few months of Covid hysteria. Although once again we cannot be absolutely certain that Bill Gates is that Machiavellian. As dreadful as his actions are, it could be a case of him simply being woefully misguided and wrong.
@ Mark - in answer to your question ' isn’t his personality more akin to being a sociopath than a psychopath?' the answer is no. General connotations are not helpful in distinguishing between the two. There is a general confusion between a psychopath and a sociopath amongst the general public and I think it important to know the difference. A psychopath is born and a sociopath is made - that is to say that a sociopath is born 'normal' but at any stage after that can become 'evil' - for want of a better term, through trauma and abuse etc. This of course does not excuse their behaviour as there is always a choice, however difficult that may be. A sociopath can be extremely violent and 'insane' to use your terminology, but it is technically possible for them to respond to therapy and realise the error of their ways - depending on the individual of course. A psychopath on the other hand can reek absolute havoc and be thoroughly evil without having any recourse to violence at all but can never be cured of their behaviour - it is hard wired. Since we do not know the circumstances of said person's condition at birth it is for now impossible to say which he is - academically speaking at least.
I am of the personal opinion however, that said person is a psychopath - or as good as, because there is nothing 'human' in there. There is nothing to work with from my observations and as such would say one cannot trust any - repeat - any aspect of his behaviour. I take it you are familiar with the phrase ' the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn't exist'?
I’m not defending Bill Gates in any way shape or form, merely suggesting that his Microsoft wealth shouldn’t insulate him from criticism and ridicule. In fact, he should be ridiculed, not because of his Asperger’s Syndrome but because of his arrogance in lecturing us about a subject (public health)in which he appears to have little knowledge. I strongly believe he is doing this for ego and financial gain although obviously I couldn’t prove his motives in court. This may be splitting hairs but isn’t his personality more akin to being a sociopath than a psychopath? The word psychopath has insanity/ violence connotations and therefore may not be entirely accurate. We should definitely fight back against his plans but we can also appreciate that his social awkwardness may help to expose his global control agenda, in a way that a gifted orator/politician would not allow to happen.
We shouldn’t treat Bill Gates as some indestructible unstoppable kind of Bond villain, he’s too gauche and unimpressive for that. No doubt he is a nefarious individual with huge financial power, but we certainly shouldn’t be afraid to fight back against him, because he doesn’t know how to react when people challenge his authority.
Hi All - My comments on Bill Gates. He is not a philanthropist. He doesn't give money away to good causes. Hey buys into companies and organisations for his own agenda. In one interview he laughed and said 'so far I've done very well with my investments'. Last year he added 16 billion to his net worth.
He suffers from Asperger's Syndrome, a type of autism. One of the main traits of this is lack of empathy or emotion. Is he a psychopath? Here is a definition of a psychopath. I think it fits the 'Bill' very nicely!
'Psychopaths, in general, have a hard time forming real emotional attachments with others. Instead, they form artificial, shallow relationships designed to be manipulated in a way that most benefits the psychopath. People are seen as pawns to be used to forward the psychopath’s goals. Psychopaths rarely feel guilt regarding any of their behaviours, no matter how much they hurt others. But psychopaths can often be seen by others as being charming and trustworthy, holding steady, normal jobs. Some even have families and seemingly-loving relationships with a partner. While they tend to be well-educated, they may also have learned a great deal on their own. When a psychopath engages in criminal behaviour, they tend to do so in a way that minimizes risk to themselves. They will carefully plan criminal activity to ensure they don’t get caught, having contingency plans in place for every possibility.'
the term 'psycho' is not a bit extreme - it is accurate. don't fall for the 'oh, it is geekishness' - that's the cover. Have you looked into psychopathy? It's not the axe wielding murderers that are the problem - ( well yes, obviously they are a problem ) but what I mean is the more covert the psychopath the more pernicious and self replicating is the damage. btw - not having a pop at you - just trying to point something out. Ok, I'm off my soapbox now ; - ).
Think I saw this clip from a Dave Cullen (Computing Forever) YouTube video a week ago. Dave has been producing some tremendous in-depth analysis on covid19, definitely worth investigating before youtube decides to ban him for wrongthink. This clip proves once again that while Bill Gates may be insanely rich it doesn’t automatically mean he is all that smart, because he isn’t smart when it comes to public health. Bill and Melinda Gates may be great philanthropists for certain causes and charities but they certainly aren’t experts on vaccines and virus treatments. I think the term psycho is a little bit extreme but he certainly exhibits some odd, out of touch, geekish behavioural traits. He believes he can buy influence and expertise with his vast wealth but this only makes him more despised by freedom lovers across the world, even if he believes he is trying to help people get healthier. I believe he was complaining recently that the USA could never fully suppress the virus because ‘Americans love their freedom too much’. Idiotic comments like this prove Americans and others are absolutely right to distrust this man. My advice to Bill would be; keep doing more of these kind of interviews, it only hurts your cause even more. The emperor has no clothes!