Poor Bill Gates...it's so "sad" omicron is spoiling vaccine plans
Five questions that MUST be answered following billionaire's interview
By Mark Sharman
BILL GATES, the world’s leading proponent of vaccines, has made remarkable comments at the annual Munich Security Conference. He was asked to assess where we are today in beating Covid-19. This is what he said: “Sadly the virus itself, particularly the variant called omicron is a type of vaccine, that is, it creates both B Cell and T cell immunity and it’s done a better job of getting out to the world population than we have with vaccines.
“If you do …surveys in African countries you get well over 80 per cent of people have been exposed either to the vaccine or to various variants. And so, what that does, is it means that the chance of severe disease, which is mainly associated with being elderly and having obesity or diabetes, those risks are now dramatically reduced because of that infection exposure.”
Question 1: How can it be sad that nature’s immunity is better than vaccines, especially when those vaccines are experimental, can have devastating side-effects and have been forced on people by Government mandates? Is Gates speaking as a philanthropist or as an investor?
Question 2: If Gates is rubber-stamping what statistics revealed anyway, that Covid seriously affects mainly the elderly and those with underlying conditions, why are UK Governments still promoting jabs and boosters for the general public, especially those least at risk, school children?
Question 3: Why have Gates’s comments not been widely reported in our mainstream media? What he says about natural immunity being ‘better’ could be critical in removing the fear and divisiveness that is still disabling so much of our nation and our people.
Question 4: As Gates appears so influential in world politics, will these comments signal a climb-down in countries such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe, where misplaced vaccine obsession is breeding dark forces of totalitarianism?
Question 5: Governments and scientists have always understood the benefits of herd immunity, they told us so from the beginning. So will they ever own up to their mistakes, miscalculations and tactics – and offer an apology?