` Bill Gates ‘microchip’ conspiracy theory and other vaccine claims fact-checked
Corona virus fake news: How Bill Gates became the center of conspiracy theories about Code 19

͒Bill Gates, the founder of technology company Microsoft, is currently the center of conspiracy theories and false claims about the Corona virus.
This is the year 2015 when Bill Gates, known for his humble temperament, came on stage to talk about the corona virus so that he could warn people of the possible danger ahead. He was a guest on Ted Talk this evening.

At the time, some media outlets, including the BBC, made small headlines about Bill Gates' speech, but most people did not pay much attention to it.

However, in recent days, the video of his speech has been viewed more than 64 million times. Most people's interest is not in his speech, but in the reasons why Bill Gates warned the world about the virus so many years ago, that is, how Bill Gates knew that a dangerous virus was coming.

Some accuse Bill Gates of representing the world's elite, while others see him as a leader who seeks to reduce the world's population.

The vast majority accuse them of not only wanting vaccines for various diseases, but also of trying to implant microchips in people's bodies.

University of Miami professor Joseph Asansky says the reason is simple, and that Bill Gates is rich and famous.

⁎ Symbol of public health

Rory Smith of First Draft News, a website that researches fake news, says that there are many conspiracy theories about Bill Gates.

As indicated by him, Bill Gates is "a Jantar Mantra doll whose body is being punctured with the needles of a wide range of paranoid fears." 

According to a joint study by the New York Times and Zignal Lab, between February and April, the corona virus was linked to Bill Gates by talking about it 1.2 million times on TV and social media without any evidence. Is.

Most of this content has been posted by various groups on Facebook, from which it has been shared millions of times.

First Draft News has also learned that the TikTak app is now becoming a new hub for such conspiracy theories.

The BBC team working to prevent fake news has also reviewed some such news and loud claims.

Four of these claims are as follows:

• Bill Gates and his wife's organization have experimented with vaccines on children in Africa and India, resulting in thousands of deaths or injuries that have never healed. A Facebook post even said that Bill Gates was being prosecuted in India.

• Bill Gates is also accused of introducing a vaccine in Kenya that contained contraceptives.

• A video has surfaced on the New American Magazine's Facebook page discussing how to reduce the world's population through vaccines and contraceptives, and linking Bill Gates to the Chinese Communist Party. is going. From February to April, the video was shared more than 6,500 times and viewed 200,000 times.

• Meanwhile, a video has been viewed nearly 2 million times on YouTube in which Bill Gates is accused of trying to implant a microchip in people's bodies.

How did Bill Gates, who poured billions like water to improve the worldwide general wellbeing framework, become the focal point of fear inspired notions connected to Cove 19? 

Rich and well known 

The inquiry emerges that Bill Gates, who established the well known organization Microsoft and afterward alongside his better half Melinda Gates, emptied billions of dollars into improving the worldwide general wellbeing framework through his cause. How could they become the focal point of fear inspired notions connected to Cove 19? 

Accordingly, Professor Joseph Asansky, writer of a book on political theory and paranoid notions at the University of Miami, says the explanation is basic, and that Bill Gates is rich and popular. 

Before Bill Gates, George Soros was named after the Coke siblings, the Rothschilds or the Rockefellers. 

As per Joseph Asansky, albeit most conspiratorial philosophies before long cease to exist, the survivors talk about extremists and issues that are essential to normal individuals. ' 

Teacher Joseph Asansky comprehends that paranoid notions are not a long way from reality, yet it appears that individuals are still deluded by such belief systems. 

As indicated by an overview by Yahoo News and surveyor You Go, in excess of a fourth of Americans and 44% of Republicans accept that Bill Gates truly needs microchips in individuals' bodies under the pretense of the Covid 19 antibody. Ought to be applied. 

Mr. Rory Smith accepts that behind most paranoid notions there is an "equivalent" truth, however it is taken outside of any relevant connection to the issue at hand and transformed into a "mountain."

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has set aside 300 million to fight the Cowboys 19

Last year, for example, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded the American university MIT, which conducted research to see if it was possible for a person to be vaccinated with a vaccine in their lifetime. The details can be saved on a strip in his body.

It is a bandage that you cannot see and can be inserted into your skin when you are vaccinated.
You can't say for sure where a conspiracy theory originated, but there is no doubt that these ideas spread far and wide through the internet.

He added that during the global Corona virus epidemic, conspiracy theories are gaining ground because people have become more psychologically vulnerable these days.

In an interview with the BBC, Bill Gates expressed surprise that he has been made the leader of conspiracy theories.

⁎ Sometimes laughter comes

As for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, an organization that has allocated 30 300 million to fight Wood 19, it has chosen to remain silent in response to the recent spate of fake claims and allegations.

In a statement sent to the BBC, the organization said: "We are concerned about the conspiracy theories being spread on the internet and the harm it could do to public health Ways must be found to save human lives.

In an interview with the BBC, Bill Gates expressed surprise that he has been made the leader of conspiracy theories.

"It's so crazy you get upset. If the vaccine were to be made, we would want 80% of the world's population to use the vaccine, but if people had heard that it was all a net, and that people would not get the vaccine, the disease would continue to kill people. ۔ '

We are just paying, we are just writing checks ... Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. Looks like BT aint for me either. Sometimes it is better to avoid such things by laughing.


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