By Ben Garrison
For the past decade, Bill gates has been warning us about an inevitable pandemic. Conditioning us. Getting us used to the idea.
Last year, he even held a summit on the matter and ran computer simulations to predict outcomes. Why did a former computer nerd and mogul become so interested in vaccination and disease? Possibly because he’s worth over $100 billion and thinks he owns the world. He also wants to make an impact on humanity. Getting rid of excess humanity, that is. Bill’s father was once the head of Planned Parenthood. He comes from a eugenics background. Gates frets about world population growth. Is it any wonder he pushes Monsanto’s GMO food as well as harmful vaccines?
I thought that President Trump was supposed to be the one delivering the over-the-top showmanship, but Cuomo has proven that the first family of New York can do anything.
Apparently Bill’s computer simulations discovered that people would easily fold under government pressure combined with an unseen enemy. Billions of people are under lockdown right now. Half the world is shut down. Gates must marvel at how easy it was to do it. Things are going according to plan.They can’t control us physically, but he can control us mentally through fear drummed into our brains 24/7 by mass media. Read More - Ben Garrison - Grrraphics.com
Oops - They Did it Again - Did the Ruling Cabal tip their Cards on Corona Like they did on 9-11?
One financial publication is using the phrase “The great CEO exodus of 2020” to describe the phenomenon that we have been witnessing. It all started last year when chief executives started resigning in numbers unlike anything that we have ever seen before.
Jeff Bezos and other corporate executives across the country sold approximately $9.2 billion in shares of their own companies between early February and the end of last week, salvaging potential losses of up to $1.9 billion, according to an analysis of more than 4,000 regulatory filings by the Wall Street Journal. The largest seller was the richest man in the world - Jeff Bezos, who sold $3.4 billion in Amazon shares the first week of February, right before the market peaked - which avoided paper losses of approximately $317 million through March 20. The sale constituted roughly 3% of his holdings - and was nearly as much stock as he sold during the previous 12 months. Read More: Tyler Durden - Zero Hedge