Cuomo scraps “old model” of education in New York, announces that Bill and Melinda Gates will control public schools post-pandemic


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(Natural News) The true agenda behind the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic becomes more apparent by the day, including with the recent announcement by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo that public schools in the Empire State will be handed over to Bill and Melinda Gates once the lockdowns end.

Describing the pre-pandemic public school system as the “old model,” Cuomo told reporters during a news conference at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse that “remote learning” through apps like Zoom will become a permanent way of life for students in New York, long after the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis ends.

“The old model of everybody goes and sits in a classroom and the teacher is in front of that classroom and teaches that class and you do that all across the city, all across the state, all these buildings, all these physical classrooms – why?” he asked. “With all the technology you have?”

Stopping short of saying that all existing public school buildings will remain closed forever after the pandemic ends, Cuomo did reveal that his state is now “exploring” all of the ways that “distance learning” can remain a permanent fixture under his New World Order vision post-pandemic.

Back in March when Cuomo first closed all New York public schools, the narrative was that the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) needed to slow to the point that hospitals would not be overwhelmed, also known as “flattening the curve.” But the goal posts have since moved, much like they have all across the country, as the true intent of keeping things closed forever and switching to an all-digital society seems to be coming into full view.

“It’s hard to change the status quo,” Cuomo lamented, clearly irritated that many people will not appreciate having all of society permanently changed because of a virus. “But you get moments in history where people say, ‘okay, I’m ready for change. I get it.’ I think this is one of those moments.”

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Bill and Melinda Gates to “design blueprint” for post-pandemic education in New York

Basically admitting that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is being used to force New York – and the rest of the world, for that matter – into the New World Order, Cuomo outlined how things will change as his state transitions out of lockdown and into the “new normal.”

Along with keeping children at home basically forever, technology will replace pretty much all of the old methods of teaching and learning that required actual human interaction. Teachers will stay in their homes and teach children through screens, and “ongoing social distancing rules” when children do meet in actual buildings will be perpetuated.

Eugenicists Bill and Melinda Gates will also be given the keys to “design a blueprint for post-pandemic education in New York,” Cuomo revealed, which more than likely means that all children will be forcibly vaccinated and given mark of the beast quantum dot tattoos as part of their reentry back into the educational system.

During this transitionary period, all public schools in New York will remain closed throughout the rest of the schoolyear. This will create the time necessary for Cuomo and Bill and Melinda Gates to transition everything from the old way of doing things to the new, after which there will be no going back – which seems to have been the plan all along.

To keep up with the latest Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) news, be sure to check out Pandemic.news.

Sources for this article include:

Syracuse.com

NaturalNews.com


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