Anxious about a potential pandemic, Bill Gates has been stockpiling food in his basement. During an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live, Melinda Gates, the wife of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, revealed that the couple worried about how they would obtain water and food if a crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic were to develop.
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“A number of years ago, we had talked about, you know, ‘What if there wasn’t clean water? What if there wasn’t enough food? Where might we go? What might we do as a family?'” Gates said. “So I think we should leave those preparations to ourselves. … We had prepared and had some food in the basement in case needed. … Now, we’re all in the same situation.”
“What we mostly talk about now in our home every night is how lucky we are. We understand our privilege, and when we say our grace at night, what we’re thankful for around the table is that we aren’t struggling to put a meal on the table as so many families around the world are,” Gates added.
— BBC Radio 5 Live (@bbc5live) April 16, 2020
Earlier, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the nephew of former American President John F. Kennedy, in a lengthy piece exposed Bill Gates agenda in India and his “obsession with vaccines”. Further investigation by GreatGameIndia uncovered the Deep State collaborations between American and Chinese biotechs at the forefront of Coronavirus vaccine development – marketed worldwide by an entity funded by Bill Gates and Clinton initiative called UNITAID – The Pharma Cartel.
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