Look, listen and learn from Bill Gates’ insights on the Covid vaccines
Encouraging thought and inviting debate is a central tenet of ANH's mission because of its ability to stimulate changes where they may be necessary. We find it deeply thought-provoking that this is the first time in human history that the wealth of one human has so controlled the destiny and nature of the healthcare response to a single disease or a pandemic. That person needs little introduction, being a pioneer of the personal computer revolution of the ‘70s and ‘80s and having no medical or scientific background. Your views are important to us, so the comment box is always open below the article.
William Henry Gates III could be regarded as the architect of the ‘grand solution’, one that was inevitably going to centrally involve vaccines even before the current pandemic was declared, such was his investment and commitment to this one biomedical technology.
While there is an increasing sense among many that the dangers posed by the coronavirus have been greatly overblown, as set out by Swiss Policy Research, there is an even bigger push, supported by the mainstream media, warning of further devastation by the virus as we approach the northern hemisphere winter.
Some of the vaccines that are likely to be rolled out by the end of this year or early next have already been made. They await the green light from government regulators, and it’s no secret that their makers are buffered in the knowledge that governments (via taxpayers) will indemnify them against any no-fault vaccine injuries. Last week we reported on the findings of some of the early Phase 1 and 2 trials. As you may have gathered, the notion of having a ‘magic bullet’ in the form of a safe and effective vaccine looks ever less likely.
We thought it appropriate this week to bring you commentary from Bill Gates himself. With so much at stake, amidst so much scientific uncertainty and deeply polarised opinions, we could do worse than look into Bill Gates’ eyes, listen carefully to the words he speaks and read his body language.
We urge you to do just that by listening and watching this week’s video. We ask that if you think others would benefit from doing the same, please share it widely. Thank you.