Bill Gates, a member of the Good Club together with George Soros and Davi Rockefeller, which met in New York in 2009 to discuss ways of curbing the population, according to The Times, is pressuring Donald Trump to drop an independent inquiry into vaccine safety.

Bill Gates, the second biggest funder of the World Health Organization, has openly said that he believed vaccines could reduce the world’s population by 10 to 15% ie can be used to achieve mass death.

“The world today has 6.8 billion people … that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent,” he said at a TED conference in 2010.

Gates told Trump he had looked at vaccines and he had concluded that they were completely safe and that there should be no independent inquiry. If vaccines are so safe, why is Gates worried about an indepedent inquiry? He should welcome one if he were really convinced they were safe and not a method of reducing the world population by one in seven.

Predictably, Trump parrotted Gates’ comments to pharma executives.

I ask myself what are the US military and intelligence communities doing? Here is Gates  openly saying he intends to use vaccines to kill one in six or seven people, at least, including presumably Americans, a man involved in the Ebola false flag, and he acts as if he is untouchable.  

How can Gates and his associates like Soros be untouchable and Syria, Russia and North Korea not be untouchable when Gates poses an equal if not greater threat to the US population? Pandemic plans, after all, foresee a 100% vaccination of the US population with risky vaccines, and there are also provisions for force.

From Business Insider

“Absolutely!” Gates answered emphatically, when asked if he raised the topic of vaccines with the new president. Vaccines “are miracles and have done great things, and when we get new ones, we can do a lot. That definitely came up.”

Trump has raised concerns about vaccines, repeating discredited claims that vaccination can trigger autism. Prominent vaccine skeptic Robert Kennedy Jr. reported late last year that Trump had asked him to chair a commission exploring vaccine safety. So far, Trump has been publicly silent on whether he intends to proceed with that panel.

Gates said he tried to impress upon the president the danger of confusing the messages around vaccines. He knows his comments registered with Trump, because the president repeated them later when he met with a delegation from the pharmaceutical industry.

“I heard when he saw pharma guys he said he was still wondering about vaccines, but he did mention to them that I’d said to him that I’d looked at it and that they were completely safe and that we shouldn’t raise any doubts about that.”

Still, Gates isn’t certain that means Trump has been persuaded to drop the idea of a vaccine safety inquiry. “There’s a rumor that he is going to do something in that area,” Gates said. “But maybe I and others will convince him that that’s not worthwhile.”

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