August 20, 2021 2:11 pm
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Unearthed video showing Bill Gates talking about using new vaccines for population control

Back in June, Tech Startups wrote an article on “#ExposeBillGates” trending on Twitter. Coincidentally, the hashtag started to trend after Bill Gates said we need 14 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine to stop coronavirus. In the end, the hashtag exceeded 200,000 tweets.

However, a lot of people on social media claimed the trending hashtag had nothing to do with what Gates said back then. They claimed it went way back to what he said about population control. But did Bill Gates really say anything about using vaccines to control the world population? Instead of flaming online conspiracy theories? We scoured the internet and did some diggings. We eventually came across this TED talk 2010 video where Gates talked about “using new vaccines for population control.”

Gates’ remark was part of a larger strategies to slow down population growth in order to reduce CO2 emissions. During the 2010 TED talk presentation, Gates also shared a mathematical formula that he believes could one day solve the climate change problem we are facing.

CO2 (carbon dioxide output) = P x S x E x C (= People x Services per Person x Energy per Service x CO2 per unit of Energy).

Gates Populatation control

Looking at this from a larger context of the speech, Gates is talking about the need to reduce CO2 emissions by humans and he presents this formula for calculating how big these emissions. Gates formula supports the mathematical rule that to get something to zero by multiplying you have to multiply it by zero.

The “P” in the formula stands for People. Gates is advocating for reduction in the number of people on the planet “by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent using new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services. Rather than misrepresent what Mr. Gates said and take him out of context, below is the entire video and exact quotes from Mr. Gates.

“First, we’ve got population. The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion. 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 …”

Could this probably explain why Bill Gates and his foundation have spent $4.3 billion to vaccinate 80 million children in third world countries? Shouldn’t sufficient food supply and clean drinking water be the first priority. What good is a healthy immune system if you’re going to die of starvation or be poisoned by your water?

Some experts object to Gates’s mathematical formula. For example, Professor Hans Rosling shows that people living in poverty have many children. The poor families suffer from high child mortality, and the largest population growth occurs where people are poor.  He said saving poor children is an important factor in ending both poverty and population growth. He went on to say that the death of children is not holding back population growth. It is one of the reason poor people still have many children.

Below is a video of Gates presentation in 2010. Watch and listen to the video very carefully and draw your own conclusion.