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in the aftermath of great events, “who knew what and when did they know it?” is always an interesting question.
the US intelligence community (michael spenger substack) was suspected to have caught wind of covid back in november 2019.
astonishingly, the IC itself denies this and claims they were in the dark until later
Every official interviewed by the Committee—from working level analysts at NCMI to an official with relevant knowledge at the NSC—said that their first indication of a novel virus came with the publication of the ProMED notice published at 11:59 p.m. on December 30, 2019 that reported the announcement of a novel virus by the Wuhan Municipal Health Committee.
In sum, the first warnings of COVID-19 came from the non-IC based public health track—in this case disease surveillance conducted by local public health authorities in Wuhan.
but this invites some pretty pointy questions about their competence, no?
because it sure looks like pretty much everyone on the super special inside track of business and finance CLEARLY knew by then.
bill gates knew. the WEF and team davos knew. and they were making big plays to make big money months before the intelligence community is even claimed, much less claims to have known what was going on.
it does make one wonder…
bill gates bought $55 million (with an option for $100mm) of bioNtech stock in september of 2019 right before they suddenly had the intellectual property for the most profitable vaccine in history.
they were not working on coronavirus (or human vaccines best i can tell) previously.
i wonder where they got the tech?
no one seems to know.
but it sure looks like billy g knew.
so, here's a fun little nugget from the bill and melinda gates foundation investment into bioNtech, from whom pfizer licensed the IP for the covid vaccine.
pretty prescient for september 2019.
does this seem like "boilerplate?”
because it seems oddly specific (but deniable) as a “partnership” on something unrelated that could suddenly be “covid.”
and the timing is awfully provocative especially in light of some other events.
he did well getting out as well.
gates sold in 2021, banking $260 million, pretty much right at the top and has since changed his tune on mRNA vaccines, but this is hardly uncommon for “investors talking their book.”
the rest of this fact pattern looks a bit nastier though, more like the 3.0 sand hill road model of “buy up companies in a space and then mandate the adoption of their products.”
this has been the great game out there since even before kleiner perkins hired al gore to shill and lobby for their greentech portfolio. they are currently playing a similar (and more subtle) game playing hungry hungry hippos with HVAC companies and then pushing through new “air handling mandates” for new buildings, schools, offices, etc. cuz “public health.”
but the gates foundation makes them look like pikers.
if you’re going to make a big push into selling vaccines and drugs, why buy mere lobbyists when you can buy the WHO? gates is by far their largest private donor, 25X the size of the next biggest and was their number 2 donor overall.
$531 million buys A LOT of access and control. it’s perfect. the WHO is not only on the ground all over, but they also give advice and set policy/terms for assistance. so gates gets all the info instantly about what’s happening in diseases and then gets to tell the WHO what to tell everyone to do about it. play the hero and add a zero (to your bank balances).
it’s a truly great grift and few dare call it out as the nasty, hard-knuckle lobbying and advocacy it is because it looks like philanthropy.
weaponized philanthropy to be sure, but “philanthropy” and tax free to boot.
not only did bill get early word on wuhan and reach out and place big money on the one subtle square that was going to pay out huge by suddenly having the answer to the most asked question on earth and coming out of obscure nowhere to partner with pharma titan pfizer, but he went a full step further and actually held a pandemic war game under the auspices of john’s hopkins that gathered top policy makers and thought leaders to assess a global outbreak of an “imaginary” disease that happened to look exactly like SARS-cov2. this was the now infamous “event 201.”
and look who threw the party: the WEF and the gates foundation.
it’s obvious that they knew exactly what was coming. this was the overt planning plenary for covid. it was not pretend. and many/most those attending must have known that. this is the same time gates was buying bioNtech.
the bioNtech investment was 9/4/19. event 201 was 10/18, five weeks later.
who knows how much earlier the due diligence and planning must have begun, especially for the investment.
there’s getting lucky, and there’s putting the fix in because you know what others do not.
and if you wanna tell me that this “imaginary scenario” 2-3 months before the whole world knew what was happening was just a lucky guess, well
the “players” were a high powered gang including big business, healthcare companies, the UN, the head of china’s CDC, a number of academics, the head of US CDC preparedness and response, monetary authorities, and media firms.
this is the closest thing you’re ever going to see to a real live conspiracy being hatched right in public with the cool kids from davos and the gates grifters all gathering together to game out the plan for the next couple years.
obviously, a shocking amount of what they planned and pushed went severely wrong and has crippled faith in the institutions they used, but oh how the money rolled in while it lasted. careers and fortunes were made.
and most of these folks were long gone by the time the blame was getting handed out. and gates has a nice cut out from pfizer. (though also traded their stock)
was their info that good?
it seems like yes, perhaps it was. was the US intel communality that far behind? maybe. it’s hard to know what they really knew/thought.
i honestly suspect gates and co probably did outperform the US intelligence agencies. because they had real assets on the ground. did the US?
but here is where we come back to the REALLY pointy question to which i have not yet heard an answer to to which i’d dearly like to:
where did bioNtech get their covid technology?
sure, they, like moderna, worked in mRNA, but BNT was an oncology company (and one bereft of successful candidates though highly funded ). we know where moderna got their covid tech. they got it from the NIH to whom they pay a royalty for it. but where did BNT get theirs?
no one seems to know.
it just appeared and became the basis for the most profitable pharma product in human history. there seems to be a remarkable lack of curiosity on this topic.
and it was NOT home grown. contrary to common claims, mRNA is not some “wildly fast easy to make vector.” the timeframes never made any sense. there is no way the NIH has this “ready to go” just days (allegedly) after the sars-cov2 virus was gene sequenced for the first time. (and quite provocative that modernad CEO bancel’s prior co was involved with building lab P4 in wuhan) that it’s just plain impossible. the work had to have been going on for months. for gates to do what he did, it had to be going on in september 2019. it was probably going on much earlier.
and why take gates’ money right then right before this big success? what were he and his bringing to the table to make taking the dilution seem worthwhile? the company already had 463 million euros on the balance sheet in cash.
and here is where we cross the line on “insider trading” and start to traffic in something darker.
is this “farm to table” scheme actually growing its own viruses?
is that how so many folks in industry and at NIH suddenly knew and suddenly had just the right gene sequences and plasmids in a matter of days to hatch total new vaccine types at pfizer, moderna, JnJ, and AZ? (note that JnJ was a player in the event 201 game)
is is because they had also been involved with the wuhan institute of virology?
it sure seems like the odds on bet.
daszak, baric, hotez, and the whole merry band of serial passagers were definitely working on just this thing in just that place and they sure went to incredible lengths to deny this and cover it up.
it’s clear that ecohealth was playing with bat covid and amplifying it/making it human infective. they were doing it in a program that sounded like a bad origin story for a zombie apocalypse comic book. i’ve written reams on that.
if the tech for the two most profitable vaccines in human history came direct from the lab that made the virus and the cool kids table at davos was able to front run this ahead of even intelligence agencies because many of them knew about or were involved in the project (or just got preferential access once a leak happened), that seems like a thing we need to know.
that’s well past “we’re buying regulators to make you buy what we sell.”
that’s something else altogether.
for those who are about to say something akin to “see! we told you it’s all a big plot from super-smart super villains!” i’d like to add a couple thoughts:
look at the absolute mess this made, the damage it did to the institutions and societies they presumed to control, and how much trust was eroded. if this is “winning” these guys need a new line of work. every spotlight in the world locked onto them and they burned credibility like top fuel dragsters burn gas. they could have just made a quiet buck, instead they went lunacy level grandiose and lost the plot (and the people). the leap from legal plunder profiteer to aspiring global governance is A LOT trickier than it appears. this was the absolute best case best scenario possible of wildly asymmetric info and happening to be perfectly ready. and it all went pear shaped.
speaking of pear shaped, look at the abject failures of several other attempted grifts like this by bond villain billy (who does not look like a guy you wanna take diet advice from). he made big investments in the “fake meat” companies too. this is a disaster. no one wants to eat that pink pea-product goo in all its oily nastiness.
i mean, yuck.