by Toby Green
Friday, 21
October 2022
Analysis
07:00

Did Bill Gates write Joe Biden’s pandemic plan?

The President's new strategy is straight out of the billionaire's playbook
by Toby Green
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Joe Biden announced his administration’s plans to combat future pandemics this week. Promising a game-changer to protect from the threat of future pathogens, the President asked Congress for $88 billion over five years to cover the initiative.

Biden plans to use this money to develop the U.S.’s capability to develop new vaccines, drugs and treatments in record time. The aim is for health officials to be able to develop tests within 12 hours, and a new vaccine which can be rolled out to the entire country within 130 days. The President also plans to support at least 50 countries in their systems to prevent, detect and respond to new outbreaks, and to work with donors to back a further 50 countries to do the same.

Haven’t we read this all before? In Bill Gates’s recent book, How to Prevent the Next Pandemic, the multi-billionaire set out his vision for future treatment of pandemics. This involved the government investing enormous sums in boosting health systems and vaccine production networks, as well as developing global health preparedness measures.

In other words, where Gates imagines, Biden delivers: while the President wants to vaccinate the whole of the U.S. in four months, Gates’s aim was to vaccinate the entire world in six (and to develop “a vaccine for the pathogen in 100 days”). Missing from Biden’s plans were the specifics of what would happen in those initial four months, but it doesn’t really matter as Gates has spelt it all out quite clearly in his book. The whole world will be plunged into lockdown “right away…now [that] we know how to do them better than we did before”, because “lockdowns have clear benefits for public health”. As scientists work around the clock to produce the new vaccines and drugs, the poor are consigned to misery and starvation

Also missing in the Biden plans was any acknowledgement of how this rips up the rulebook of public health before Covid-19. In this plan, it will be impossible for Stage 2 and 3 trials for the new vaccines, since, according to the President’s very own FDA, Stage 2 trials currently take anywhere up to two years, and Stage 3 trials anywhere up to four years. Of course, pretty soon safety testing will be rolled out, even if on the whole world’s population rather than on the trial groups with which vaccine development has hitherto been associated.

There was, however, one new aspect of the move. While the liberal press like the Guardian continues to label the Wuhan lab-leak theory as one which was developed by “conspiracy theorists”, it is clear that this is actually the mainstream theory now. As Politico reported, a senior official commented that the plan “lays out a strategy for preventing pandemics and biological incidents that come from accidental and deliberate sources, such as a lab leak.”

After two and a half years, the world is sick of Covid. But this mental and emotional exhaustion cannot blind us from what has happened. We must begin with an honest analysis of the unequal, militarised and dehumanising policies which the Covid-19 pandemic have ushered in worldwide. That is why the President’s plan must be resisted.

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Andrew Horsman
Andrew Horsman
1 month ago

Absolutely it must. Funnily enough, “game-changer” is the exact language that the communist Director General of the WHO used in April to describe the pandemic treaty that remains under negotiation, lauding it as a “generational agreement” that could legally oblige its members to obey the diktats of this unelected, unaccountable, stooge to stamp even harder on the face of humanity than they might otherwise be inclined. The very same communist has repeatedly pushed a “One Health” and “whole of government” and “whole of society” approach to the Treaty. The plan is for WHO’s assembly to discuss a draft in May 2023, and to ratify it in May 2024. (Incidentally, each of these meetings will now take place around four to six weeks after an “informal pre-meeting for interested non-State actors in official relations, Member States and the Secretariat” – ie after a closed-doors meeting with Gates and various of his drug-pusher oddball mates for which no minutes will be published) See https://www.thenewera.uk/p/world-hack-operation for more details.

Compare the WHO’s language with the press release for White House paper cited in this article, https://www.whitehouse.gov/ostp/news-updates/2022/10/18/the-2022-national-biodefense-strategy-builds-upon-administration-st-priorities-for-pandemic-preparedness/

“The National Biodefense Strategy and Implementation Plan on Countering Biological Threats, Enhancing Pandemic Preparedness, and Achieving Global Health Security provides a whole-of-government framework that organizes how the U.S. Government manages its activities to more effectively assess, prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from biological threats. It builds from a holistic “One Health” approach by interweaving efforts addressing human, animal, plant, and environmental threats throughout.“

It concludes;

“The Biden-Harris Administration firmly believes it is our generational responsibility to translate the bold biodefense and pandemic preparedness vision outlined across our biopreparedness plans into concrete action that will protect the United States and the world. And for that, the WHOSTP continues to commit our expertise, experience, and enthusiasm to work in partnership with the whole of society to achieve these goals together.”

Can you see what it is yet?

Decent people of all political persuasions and walks of life who can see this for what it is need to try and stay calm, try and avoid getting angry, but really start to question what it is our political leaders are doing. Speak to friends and neighbours about it. Speak to your elected representatives – many are likely oblivious to all of it. The pandemic treaty, and the broader crackpot plans, can and must be stopped.

Barry Trevers
Barry Trevers
1 month ago

I don’t remember Gates being a Doctor or Scientist.. Just a cunning Narcissist.

Hardee Hodges
Hardee Hodges
1 month ago
Reply to  Barry Trevers

Missed the adjective “wealthy”. His investments in vaccine producers paid 20:1. Not bad. His money lobbies nearly every health organization pushing policies that create even more wealth for his erstwhile charity foundation. Thus the billionaires hide from the taxman.

Steve Jolly
Steve Jolly
1 month ago
Reply to  Barry Trevers

He also stole the DOS operating system which made his initial fortune from his former employer. He is a horrible person whose only notable achievement is to enrich himself through theft and monopolistic business practices. He’s the last person anyone should listen to, unless you’re trying to be an amoral tyrant.

N T
N T
1 month ago

Given that the CDC was absolutely part of the problem, from the “you have to use our test…oh shit, our test is broken, wait, hang on, i know you think you have a test that works, but hang on, shit, hang on,” to the dishonest mask hogwash (we have known for a REALLY long time, on the order of 50 years, that masks are only effective at reducing the aeresolizing of macro-sized particles), the government was contributing to the problem. When infectious disease nerds and virologists started speaking out, and were censored for it…
This plan is the exact opposite of the direction we should be heading. When there is a crisis, you need more divergent opinions and implementations, until one of them demonstrates efficacy.
Sweden and Florida and Texas showed what governing differently can achieve. Washington can’t.

j morgan
j morgan
1 month ago

Yes I am sick of the subject but more than that, I feel traumatized by what they did to us. Don’t think I’ll ever get over it, and it has really changed they way I think about other people. A repeat of the last few years is unthinkable.

E. L. Herndon
E. L. Herndon
1 month ago

For saying these things in February 2021, the writer would have been excoriated, banned, suppressed, massively “othered”. Real epidemiologists, as opposed to the bought and paid for species, did, even then, raise concerns about the “pandemic” program, not to mention daring to question the statistics generated by the establishment and their publication by mouthpiece media. Sceptics, with other outliers, do prove invaluable to the preservation of a species. As risk/benefit evidence mounts, one must indeed question the rationale beyond the whole “Branch Covidian” religion as thrust upon the masses. Timor mortis conturbat me was an easy thin end of the wedge, with the masking, lockdowns etc functioning as useful totems for encouraging solidarity and anesthesia. Sadly, those measures weren’t even harmless placebos — the weakening of the general immune system is now inevitably producing a lot of other, potentially more statistically deadly, illnesses. It has been a tragic folly, and as for Biden, as the zombie legislator of sinister interests, has he forgotten the First Rule of Holes? When you see you’re in one, stop digging!

Kathleen Stern
Kathleen Stern
1 month ago
Reply to  E. L. Herndon

So the WEF depopulation agenda,ridding the world of us ‘useless eaters’ continues apace. People really need to wake up while they still can!

Che Padron
Che Padron
1 month ago

“As scientists work around the clock to produce the new vaccines and drugs, the poor are consigned to misery and starvation.” The real point is to use “pandemics” to transfer wealth from everyone else to those in Bill Gates class. This is not about keeping us safe. It’s about control.

Tony Ward
Tony Ward
1 month ago

Not just Biden; the UK Gov coincidentally shares this “100 Days Mission” that Gates pushes and wants the G7 to adopt.

“In the first 100 days from a pandemic threat being identified (defined by when WHO declares a PHEIC) we should aim for the following interventions […] Vaccines ready to be produced at scale for global deployment.”

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/100-days-mission-to-respond-to-future-pandemic-threats

Last edited 1 month ago by Tony Ward
Glyn R
Glyn R
1 month ago
Reply to  Tony Ward

Indeed and it is extremely worrying. I posted above before seeing your post that this speeding up of vaccine production was agreed at the 2021 G7 farce hosted by Johnson in Cornwall.

Last edited 1 month ago by Glyn R
Hardee Hodges
Hardee Hodges
1 month ago

So odd. We really had ducked a serious pandemic for ~100 years likely because of better sanitation in society and in persons. Personal sanitation of mouth and nose using simple salt solutions can reduce respiratory infections and was commonly used in years past, ignored today.
Then magically a few years back MERS and SARS arrived as zoonotic illnesses but had limited transmissibility and perhaps too lethal to propagate. Then tinkering created some newer versions that may never happen in nature. This has certainly created a new industry, the pandemic industry complex, that perhaps is of little benefit to society.
Preparing for a future unknown pathogen, the next 100 year event, is good business for some. Hopefully we are not trying to speed that pandemic schedule. Zoonotic creations have been faced by humans over a very long time and we have evolved a complicated little understood immune system that copes well. Oddly some claim that gain of function efforts are to ensure we are ready for that rapid vaccine creation using novel, little tested, vaccine creation platforms. We expect that the laboratory GOF work prepares us for a possible zoonotic arrival. Plausible claims that climate change along with encroachment animal/human increase the zoonotic risk. A lab leak then becomes more possible perhaps a good reason not to do GOF with the purpose of rapid vaccine creation. The vaccines we have created recently don’t seem to work that well and may even by harmful to some. Are we blind to that truth?

Aaron James
Aaron James
1 month ago
Reply to  Hardee Hodges

Shut Up, Put on your mask, go inside, Now!

Steve Jolly
Steve Jolly
1 month ago

Everyone should realize by now that Biden is a sock puppet for establishment, business as usual, neoliberal ideas and nobody embodies that more than Gates. This should come as no surprise to anyone.

Emily Riedel
Emily Riedel
1 month ago

Bill Gates would also be happy if the world were depopulated.

robert klein
robert klein
1 month ago

Gates is a quixotic tyrannical globalist with no more than a dilettante command of the intersection of science and public health. Go home, Bill. We don’t want you on ‘the team’

Gerald Arcuri
Gerald Arcuri
1 month ago

Well, one thing’s for sure: Joe Biden isn’t capable of writing a plan on how to find the restrooms in the White House, so he sure as heck can’t figure out what to do to handle a pandemic. For that matter, neither can Mr. Omniscient, Bill Gates.

Michael North
Michael North
1 month ago

After the experience of Covid, surely a lock down is out of the question – in free societies at least.

Glyn R
Glyn R
1 month ago

The plan to accelerate vaccine productions was agreed at the absurd G7 meeting hosted by Johnson in Cornwall last year. Do you remember that farce? The mask wearing and social distancing only when cameras were focused on them?

Jon Hawksley
Jon Hawksley
1 month ago

We should learn from the Covid pandemic but we should also be prepared for a very different virus, natural or man made. A polarised politics on what to do next time helps no one. Covid is very infectious but lethal only in a quite well defined portion of the population. Suppose the next pandemic is carried asymptomatically in adults but is lethal in children. Would you really not want to be prepared for whatever it took to save their lives?

Peta Seel
Peta Seel
1 month ago
Reply to  Jon Hawksley

How would lockdown work then? You would have to separate the children from the adults so where would you put them?

Kathleen Stern
Kathleen Stern
1 month ago
Reply to  Peta Seel

The Chinese simply just took children away from their parents! Cruelty seems endemic in this disastrous not Brave New World!