Bill Gates Calls For Governments To Censor Social Media And Celebrates ‘The New Normal’

Perpetual doomsayer Bill Gates has called for censoring social media in his latest effort to combat so-called “disinformation”.

December 17, 2021 Author Derrick Broze

On December 7th, Bill Gates released his 2021 Year in Review on his blog “GatesNotes”. In this annual blog, former Microsoft founder and “philanthropist” treats us to his personal review of 2021, as well as predictions for what to expect in 2022. There are a number of points worth dissecting, but first, let’s provide some background for those who might be wondering, “Who the hell cares what Bill Gates thinks?”.

For the last two years, the international public has been confronted with the opinions of Bill Gates. Despite not having any formal medical training or experience, Gates has been paraded in front of the public by the corporate media. Of course, this could be related to the fact that Gates has given over $300 million to various corporate media outlets in recent years.

Either way, his thoughts, views and opinions have been promoted as the gold standard largely due to his apparent 2015 “prediction” regarding the next major pandemic.

However, as regular readers of TLAV will no doubt be aware, Bill Gates is anything but a benevolent philanthropist. As exposed in my 3 part 2020 investigation “Bill Gates’ Web Of Dark Money And Influence”, Gates’ agenda is much darker than most people imagine.

In May 2020 I outline the situation:

“Bill Gates has used his immense wealth to garner influence and media time, spreading his message of fixing global health issues while he continues to make billions. Using the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to dole out grants and donations, Gates has created a web of organizations who owe their budget to the foundation or answer directly to Gates. By tracing the Foundation’s investments and Gates’ relationships we can see that nearly every person involved in the fight against COVID-19 is tied to Gates or his foundation by two degrees or less. This gives Bill Gates and his foundation an unchallenged influence over the response to the pandemic. Equally worrisome is Gates’ call for global lock down until the entire world has been vaccinated and given a digital certificate to prove immunity.”

These connections to international health bodies, via his foundation, first sparked the #ExposeBillGates movement in the Summer of 2020. Thousands of people around the world protested and rallied seeking to expose the danger of Gates’ proposals. Additionally, Gates seems to be something of a psychic, where he calls for certain proposals and weeks or months later nations begin to implement the proposals.

As I wrote in June 2020, “over the last four months Bill Gates has made dozens of media appearances where he has called for several controversial “solutions” to COVID-19. Gates says these proposals must be implemented before society can go back to “normal”, including calls for extended lock downs, health surveillance (aka contact tracing) and digital certificates.”

What Gates was originally describing as “digital certificates” have now morphed into so-called “immunity” or “vaccine passports,” a form of digital identification that will hold an individual’s health data, as well as their vaccine status. As I noted at the time, during a Reddit AMA, Gates stated,

“Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”

Now, in late 2021, we can see that many nations around the world have followed the advice of Bill Gates. This is why it’s relevant to understand what Bill Gates is calling for and what he is “predicting” about the future.

Combatting “Disinformation”

As one would expect from a man who has invested billions of dollars into launching new vaccination programs, Bill Gates spends a fair amount of time discussing what he sees as the importance of vaccines for health. After fawning over his investments, Gates moves on to discuss challenges facing humanity. Specifically, he outlines the declining trust in media and government. Gates writes:

“The other area where there is huge room for improvement is in finding ways to combat disinformation. As I mentioned, I thought demand for vaccines would be way higher than it has been in places like the United States. It’s clear that disinformation (including conspiracy theories that unfortunately involve me) is having a substantial impact on people’s willingness to get vaccinated. This is part of a larger trend toward distrust in institutions, and it’s one of the issues I’m most worried about heading into 2022.”

Gates goes on to describe how “the pandemic has been a massive test of governance” due to the lack of trust from the people. Gates believe this lack of trust in public institutions is “creating tangible problems and complicating our efforts to respond to challenges.” Gates says he is “more worried than I’ve ever been about the ability of governments to get big things done.” For technocrats like Gates, a lack of trust in governments means a lack of trust in “major new initiatives”, including “avoiding a climate disaster or preventing the next pandemic.”

Gates also laments what he sees as an America that is “becoming more divided and more deeply entrenched in their political beliefs”, which he blames on a “24-hour news cycle, a political climate that rewards headline generation over substantive debate, and the rise of social media.”

From here on out Gates makes it clear that he believes the answer to combatting what he calls misinformation is more censorship of social media and the Internet itself. Gates advocates for governments to regulate “what you can and can’t use social media for”.