posted ago by FrogStomp ago by FrogStomp +36 / -0

That's why hes screwed certain races worse than others (Africans and indians). This vaccine is a targeted genocide (so far at least). It will only kill the people who consented to taking it. The idea is it will kill off all the people who refuse to think.

It is an idea taken from Atlas Shrugged. Atlas is the god who holds the world on his shoulders. Ayn Rand says that Aristotle represents Atlas (to her). Aristotle is the philosopher who invented evidence based reasoning, and the scientific method. 'Atlas shrugged' means reasoning shrugged. In the book, communists took over everything. Because people were selfish they went along with the irrationality, then they died through their own stupidity. The ones who thought for themselves survived.

Thats exactly what is happening now. Everyone's had years to see how irrational the media and politicians are, and if they take this vaccine with all the evidence that is available that the leaders are lying, and the vaccine is unsafe, then they diserve to die (from a natural selection POV).

I think Bill and his mates knows its a matter of time till theyre caught and executed, but i think that they, being psycopaths, will die happy, knowing they Have set up a new golden age without all the people who refuse to think for themselves.

I'm not condoning any of this. This is what i think he thinks.

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Mrexreturns 4 points ago +5 / -1

Not by vaccines.

It will be by illegal imprisonment and psychological warfare.

People are completely mentally unstable now and it takes only one more year of fabricated cases, isolation, face masks and lockdowns to drive 90% of these into despair so they subscribe to primal blood instinct. And they have the intent to not hold back for 3 decades, which will result in people becoming so psychologically fatigued that they kill and eat their own.

SuicideTruthbomber 1 point ago +1 / -0

Therapy might help.

pizzakek 1 point ago +1 / -0

Until the therapists start needing therapy.

FrogStomp [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

where I live, therapists have mandatory therapy.

DrinkLikeAGilmore 1 point ago +1 / -0

So, wolves guarding wolves?

FrogStomp [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

More like women taking turns to cry on eachothers shoulders.

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FrogStomp [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

Every virutus instinct in us makes us want to fight back against tyranny and genocide.

But in the end imagine a golden age where every idiot you've been fighting with, whos stood up for tyranny and called you a tin foil man for the last 6 years or so is gone. They stood up for communism for selfish reasons. Theyre not just killing the illiterate, they're killing the selfish and degenerate.

DrinkLikeAGilmore 3 points ago +3 / -0

And like the lot of them, also very smart and very evil. Extremely bad & deadly combination for us all. Hate when people on our side claim they are stupid. If they were stupid, they wouldn't have been able to swindle anything over us for generations.

the-new-style 3 points ago +3 / -0


9 May 2003

Transcript: Bill Moyers talks with Bill Gates ...

MOYERS: You could have chosen any field, any subject, any issue and poured billions into it and been celebrated. How did you come to this one? To global health?

GATES: The two areas that are changing in this amazing way are information technology and medical technology. Those are the things that the world will be very different 20 years from now than it is today.

I'm so excited about those advances. And they actually feed off of each other. The medical world uses the information tools to do their work. And so when you have those advances you think will they be available to everyone. Will they not just be for the rich world or even just the rich people and the rich world? Will they be for the world at large?

The one issue that really grabbed me as urgent were issues related to population… reproductive health.

And maybe the most interesting thing I learned is this thing that's still surprising when I tell other people which is that, as you improve health in a society, population growth goes down.

You know I thought it was…before I learned about it, I thought it was paradoxical. Well if you improve health, aren't you just dooming people to deal with such a lack of resources where they won't be educated or they won't have enough food? You know, sort of a Malthusian view of what would take place.

And the fact that health leads parents to decide, "okay, we don't need to have as many children because the chance of having the less children being able to survive to be adults and take care of us, means we don't have to have 7 or 8 children." Now that was amazing.

MOYERS: But did you come to reproductive issues as an intellectual, philosophical pursuit? Or was there something that happened? Did come up on… was there a revelation?

GATES: When I was growing up, my parents were almost involved in various volunteer things. My dad was head of Planned Parenthood. And it was very controversial to be involved with that. And so it's fascinating. At the dinner table my parents are very good at sharing the things that they were doing. And almost treating us like adults, talking about that.

My mom was on the United Way group that decides how to allocate the money and looks at all the different charities and makes the very hard decisions about where that pool of funds is going to go. So I always knew there was something about really educating people and giving them choices in terms of family size.

GATES: I have to say I got off the track when I started Microsoft, I thought okay now I have my, you know, my passion. At least for the next 40 years or so. And when my mom said to me, "oh you have to do a United Way campaign," I said to my mom, "mom this is serious stuff now. That was all nice to talk about but you know I've got to pay these people and if we don't get enough contracts. And this is a very competitive environment. And so this whole notion that we're gonna sit around and drink tea and do United Way campaigns, I don't think we have time for that."

But she kept working on me and saying, "no, this is a good thing." And had me meet with other people.

So finally I thought, "okay I'll fit it into my framework" which is getting the employees to kind of feel more bonded, more of a team. You know, and appreciate the unique position they're in. And so we made a United Way Fund. We had contests around it. We had the agencies come in.

But a little bit I have drifted away from thinking about these philanthropic things. And it was only as the wealth got large enough and Melinda and I had talked about the view that that wealth wasn't something that would be good to just pass to the children.

Because in a wealth of any kind of magnitude like that, it's actually more — haven't asked tem their opinion yet — but more of a handicap than it is of a benefit. So you know once you decide that over 95 percent of it's going back to society, then you do start talking about where it will go.

And so Melinda and I were having those conversations. But we only had one or two projects that we thought we'd get into early. We thought, okay, this is mostly for many decades from now.


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pkvi 1 point ago +2 / -1

There is nothing wrong with eugenics.

There is everything wrong with larping as not one to achieve being one.