Bill Gates Calls Coronavirus “Pandemic 1,” Compares It to a World War

Since the start of the coronavirus hysteria, Bill Gates has been featured on the media nonstop bragging about how much of an expert in pandemics he is.

For some reason, he knows exactly what governments should do to respond to viruses and also exactly what is going to happen in the future.

He’s now telling people that this is just “Pandemic 1,” and that just like World War I, there’ll be more to come and lots of people will suffer.

Daily Mail:

Bill Gates on Thursday compared COVID-19 to World War Two and said ‘it’s impossible to overstate the pain’ that will be felt for ‘years to come’.

The billionaire philanthropist detailed how ‘the first modern pandemic‘ will define a generation in a lengthy memo posted online.

He wrote: ‘This is like a world war, except in this case, we’re all on the same side.

‘It is impossible to overstate the pain that people are feeling now and will continue to feel for years to come.’

Microsoft co-founder Gates and his wife Melinda have already donated around $45 billion towards vaccination research to tackle pandemics through their foundation.

Gates said in his post: ‘Melinda and I grew up learning that World War II was the defining moment of our parents’ generation. In a similar way, the COVID-19 pandemic—the first modern pandemic—will define this era.

No one who lives through Pandemic 1 will ever forget it.’

Describing how society will comeback from lockdowns Gates said to ‘picture restaurants that only seat people at every other table and airplanes where every middle seat is empty’.

He warned: ‘If in the spring of 2021 people are going to big public events—like a game or concert in a stadium—it will be because we have a miraculous treatment that made people feel confident about going out again.

‘Schools are open, but you can’t fill a stadium with 70,000 people.

‘People are working some and spending some of their earnings, but not as much as they were before the pandemic. In short, times are abnormal but not as abnormal as during the first phase.’

But he did offer reason for optimism, writing: ‘During World War II, an amazing amount of innovation, including radar, reliable torpedoes, and code-breaking, helped end the war faster. This will be the same with the pandemic.’

Gates, who said lockdowns have saved millions of lives, has been outspoken throughout the outbreak.

In March he urged the public to practice social distancing and pleaded for Donald Trump to implement a country-wide shutdown as he predicted that COVID-19 cases would peak in late April.

As you can see, for some reason, Bill Gates knows exactly how the world will look in the future.

He knows how restaurants and airplanes will operate, and he knows that unless he offers you a vaccine, you won’t be allowed to go to a game or concert in a stadium.

How he knows all of this stuff and why is he so obsessed with vaccinating people is anyone’s guess.

But it looks like he may be pulling some strings behind the scenes.

He’s a very sick individual.

People should probably be questioning his motives a lot more than they are.