Bill Gates Says 6 to 10 Weeks of Total Isolation “Is the Best Case Scenario” for America

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
March 26, 2020

Bill Gates, who is somehow an expert on pandemics and infectious diseases, says that people must be locked up for months without human contact in order to remain alive.

Bill Gates is also a prominent scumbag.

Daily Mail:

Bill Gates on Tuesday said that six to ten weeks of total isolation is the best case scenario for the United States, warning you cannot return to normal too soon and ‘then ignore the pile of bodies in the corner’.

The Microsoft founder said in a virtual Ted interview there ‘really is no middle ground’ when it comes to stopping the spread of coronavirus while acknowledging shutdowns will be ‘disastrous’ for the economy.

He warned: ‘It’s very tough to say to people, “Hey keep going to restaurants, go buy new houses, ignore that pile of bodies over in the corner, we want you to keep spending because there’s some politician that thinks GDP growth is what counts”.

‘It’s hard to tell people during an epidemic that they should go about things knowing their activity is spreading this disease.’

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he is hoping the United States will be reopened by Easter contradicting the warnings of some public health officials.

Health experts have made clear that unless Americans continue to dramatically limit social interaction — staying home from work and isolating themselves — the number of infections will overwhelm the health care system, as it has in parts of Italy, leading to many more deaths.

This whole thing is starting to look like some crazy experiment on the population.

What is the effect that this whole thing is having on people’s minds? Especially on the minds of people who are not used to staying at home without interacting with other humans face-to-face.

This so-called health care system is so easy to overwhelm with just one new easily-spread but overall harmless virus because it’s already fully busy treating fat people with all of their diet and lifestyle-induced diseases — the very same people who are most at risk of getting the virus and dying from it in the first place.

Maybe it’s time to stop caring about these dead-end people.