The petition is hosted on the White House’s We the People website, which is a public relations platform that allows citizens to express themselves. The site enables people to create a petition calling on the White House to take some action on a particular issue. According to the White House, any petition that receives 100,000 signatures in 30 days will be seen by the appropriate policy experts and will receive an official response from the White House within 60 days.
The petition has far exceeded the minimum requirement, currently standing at 611,393 signatures. The petition’s description says that many questions remain unanswered about the Gates and the global push for vaccines and biometric tracking.
The petition’s author, who is identified only by the initials C.S., points out that Gates has publicly stated in the past that he would like to reduce population growth by 10 to 15 percent through vaccination. Along with the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF, Gates has been accused of purposely sterilizing children in Kenya via an antigen in a tetanus vaccine.
The petition goes on to state that Congress and other governing bodies are “derelict in duty until a thorough and public inquiry is complete.”
The petition refers to a statement made by Gates during a 2010 TED Talk. He said: “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, healthcare, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”
That comment came after he gave the World Health Organization $10 billion. The Catholic Doctors Association of Kenya accused the WHO a few years later of chemically sterilizing millions of Kenyan women through their tetanus vaccine campaign. The vaccine that the women were given was found to contain a sterility formula.
One person who has long been criticizing Gates for his behavior is Robert F Kennedy, Jr., nephew of former President John F. Kennedy and founder of Children’s Health Defense.
He wrote on his Instagram account: “Gates’ obsession with vaccines seems fueled by a messianic conviction that he is ordained to save the world with technology and a god-like willingness to experiment with the lives of lesser humans.”
While speaking at a recent Forbes philanthropy summit, Melinda Gates said that she thinks that black people should be given the COVID-19 vaccine first, a controversial statement in light of the fact that any vaccine will be rushed and largely untested, thereby putting those who receive it at great risk. The couple’s foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has been funding research into a coronavirus vaccine.
The Gates have been connected to many different vaccines and other medical experiments that have damaged the health of African women and children. For example, their foundation funded the phase 3 trial of an experimental vaccine for malaria in 2010 that left 1,000 African infants with serious side effects like seizures and paralysis; 151 of the infants died.
They donated $71 million to Planned Parenthood between 2009 and 2013, another move that can be viewed as part of their interest in depopulation. Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinics tend to be situated in neighborhoods that are largely African American, and the abortion rate for black women in America is four times that of white women.
There’s no question that Bill Gates is often connected to controversies involving vaccines and black people, and it will be interesting to see what type of response this popular petition gets from the White House.
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