Bill Gates and His Vision For The World

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"The case for zero was, and is, rock solid,” Gates writes. “Setting a goal to only reduce our emissions—but not eliminate them—won’t do it.”

“I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef,” Gates remarks in an interview with MIT Technology Review. “You can get used to the taste difference, and the claim is they’re going to make it taste even better over time.”
 

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he's rich enough. start your own island, don't ask usa for anything, and rely on nothing but your ideas as law and see who moves there voluntarily, bill.
 
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He is the largest farmland owner in the US yet wants to block the sun. What's his endgame?
 
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At What Point Do We Realize Bill Gates Is Dangerously Insane?
 
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This is a very interesting article on Bill's land ownership.

I don't agree with the disagreements as they are typical leftist drivel. But this article is very interesting nevertheless.

 
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