Bill Gates: We Must ‘Prepare for Next Pandemic Like We Would for War’
Billionaire coronavirus enthusiast issues bleak warning
Billionaire Bill Gates has warned that the global population must prepare for the next pandemic by taking the threat as seriously as war.
The Microsoft founder relased a new video this week to warn that the constant "threat" of another pandemic "will always be hanging over our heads."
The next pandemic “must be taken as seriously as we take the threat of war,” Gates insists.
In preparation, the third richest man in the world has called for a “global alert system” and a “pandemic fire squad.”
“When it comes to preventing pandemics, scientific tools alone aren’t enough," Gates claims.
"We also need new capabilities, including a global alert system and infectious disease first responders, or what I like to call a pandemic fire squad”
Gates is looking forward to the next pandemic so he can roll out his “mega testing diagnostic platforms,” according to The Gateway Pundit.
His plan could test 20% of the entire population every week, he estimates.
Testing and contact tracing will be the “new normal” in order to track everyone on planet earth in real-time.
When it comes to preventing pandemics, scientific tools alone aren’t enough. We also need new capabilities, including a global alert system and infectious disease first responders (or what I like to call a pandemic fire squad): https://t.co/53Rf5uvjub pic.twitter.com/rTmM7STl6U— Bill Gates (@BillGates) February 1, 2021
Last week, Bill Gates expressed dismay with what he called “crazy” and “evil” conspiracy theories spreading about him on social media.
Gates said the millions of “crazy conspiracy theories” about him and infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci had been fuelled by the coronavirus pandemic.
“Nobody would have predicted that I and Dr. Fauci would be so prominent in these really evil theories,” Gates told Reuters.
“I’m very surprised by that. I hope it goes away.”
Gates lamented on some so-called conspiracy theories circulating about him.
“But do people really believe that stuff?” Gates asked.
“We’re really going to have to get educated about this over the next year and understand .. how does it change peoples’ behavior, and how should we have minimized this?”