Bill Gates’ plans to reduce world population with new vaccines

Bill Gates 2010 Flashback: Reducing World Population with “New Vaccines” and Abortions.

About a decade ago, Bill Gates appeared as a guest speaker at the TEDGlobal 2010 conferences.

During his 30-minute speech to a live audience, the Microsoft Founder and CEO spoke about the negative impacts that CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions are having on the planet.

Gates hypothesized that increased carbon dioxide emissions are causing the earth’s temperature to rise, which would ultimately cause the ecosystem to collapse.

He reiterated that CO2 emissions are “extremely bad,” and explained that “until we get near to zero, the temperature will continue to rise.” Hence, bringing us closer a to a horrific environmental crisis.

According to Gates’ research, humans around the globe put out 26 billion tons of CO2 each year.

The average American’s footprint is about 20 tons, which is 20 times higher than that of a person from a poor country.

“And somehow,” Gate proposed, “we have to make changes that will bring that down to zero.”

In order to achieve this ambitious goal, Gates introduced a formula that contains four factors:
CO2 = P x S x E x C

P = People
S = Services per person
E = Energy per service
C = CO2 per unit energy

After describing what each letter means, the tech billionaire joked that, “probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty near to zero” drawing a few laughs from the audience who got the joke.

“But let’s take a look,” Gates said as he began explaining the details. “First we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about 9 billion (by 2050).”

Gates then proceeded to reveal something rather sinister:

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.”

Also, by “reproductive health services,” Gates really meant abortion procedures – which is a euphemism for killing unborn babies. So from that perspective – yes – the human population would decrease.

But reducing the population using new vaccines?

You could argue that Gates simply misspoke, though it sure did not sound like it.

Either way, would you really take a vaccine from a billionaire who promotes abortions around the world and talks about reducing the human population?

His mere plans to vaccinate the entire world, including healthy people, should be enough to spark a little skepticism.