Mainstream media, not just those of us in alternative media labelled conspiracy theorists of fake news, now even casting doubt on Bill Gates.
Many of us expected this. To bring in the so called ‘peaceful’ New World Order, the one that will value New Age beliefs and the Age of Aquarius, to eventually be run by the antichrist, firstly, the evil satanic elite’s New World Order has to be exposed, so the world will accept the new ‘peaceful’ system and leaders.
As a former new ager, this is consistent with what I was taught. Sadly, many Christians aren’t aware of how all of this tes exactly in with biblical prophecies of the end times.
Countless whistleblowers, medics, tv and radio hosts and guests have been labelled conspiracy theorists and fake news.
Please rethink dear friends.
The Lord will show you the truth the closer you draw to Him. The bible states there shall be mass deceptions in the last days and that people will perish through lack of knowledge. It is His desire that none shall perish.
Thank you for reading my thoughts on the UK tabloid The Guardian article below.
Ex New Ager, Laura Maxwell.
“Let the lie come into the world, let it even triumph. But not through me.” Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Let’s Not Forget, Bill Gates Hasn’t Always Been The Good Guy.
By John Naughton. Sat 29 Aug 2020
The Guardian, UK.
A quarter of a century after the launch of Windows 95, it’s striking to remember the philanthropist we know today as a mogul hellbent on world domination.
The geek community, which was – then as now – sceptical of the Microsoft juggernaut, viewed the hoop-la with a certain ironic detachment. Some observed that it had taken the company 11 years to catch up with Apple, or 22 years to catch up with PARC. But the most interesting aspect of the launch was the evidence it provided that even in 1995 Microsoft had not yet fully twigged the significance of the internet. The first version of the standard pack installation of Win95, for example, did not include either a web browser or the TCP/IP stack required to connect a PC to the net. The stack was available in an add-in pack from which users could install it themselves, and the first version of the Internet Explorer browser didn’t come until the first update of Win95.
A lot of computing history hangs on that fateful omission. We later found out that in May 1995 Bill Gates, then the CEO, had had his “Oh shit!” moment about the internet. On 26 May he sent out a famous long memo to all executive staff in the company. It was headed “The Internet Tidal Wave” and in it Gates made it abundantly clear that the company had to pivot immediately to address the existential threat the network represented.
“One scary possibility being discussed by internet fans,” he wrote, “is whether they should get together and create something far less expensive than a PC which is powerful enough for web browsing.” Given that Microsoft’s monopoly was built on the PC, this would be a really big deal. He pointed out that after 10 hours of browsing the internet, he “had not seen a single Word.doc, AVI file, Windows.exe (other than content viewers), or other Microsoft file format”. He did, however, see “a great number of QuickTime files” and declared his determination to “match or beat” the services offered by Netscape, a “competitor ‘born’ on the internet” which at the time was claiming to have a 70% share of the web-browser market.
We know what then happened: Microsoft did indeed pivot to confront the threat. Gates and co set out to destroy Netscape before it could mature into the existential threat he had foreseen. And the campaign succeeded; Netscape was destroyed – though before it died it open-sourced its Netscape browser code, thereby enabling the founding of Mozilla, the free software community that now produces Firefox. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer became the dominant web browser – mainly because every copy of Windows came with it installed by default.
So although Gates’s consummate ruthlessness in eliminating Netscape succeeded, it also nearly destroyed Microsoft. In 1998, the US Department of Justice sued it for illegally thwarting competition and for compelling computer makers to include its internet browser when installing Windows. The initial judgment in the case – that Microsoft should be broken up – was overturned on appeal and in 2001 the George W Bush administration sought a lesser antitrust penalty and agreed a deal with the company. But it was a close-run thing.
The most striking things I remember from the case were the recordings of Gates’s depositions under oath in which he was consistently truculent, evasive and non-responsive – to the point where his sheer obstructiveness sometimes made the trial judge laugh. They show a mogul who is incredulous that the government would dare to obstruct his route to world domination. The tapes confirm how obnoxious and aggressive Gates was at that point in his life (he was 43). And the question they prompt is this: how did this sullen and dismissive businessman morph into the generous, enlightened, public-spirited philanthropist we see today? If such a transformation can happen to the Bill Gates of old, then surely it can happen to anyone. Well, almost anyone: in the week of the Republican convention, one shouldn’t get carried away.
By John Naughton. Sat 29 Aug 2020
The Guardian, UK.
SOURCE FROM: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/aug/29/lets-not-forget-bill-gates-hasnt-always-been-the-good-guy
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