He made this claim during the Sept. 15 episode of his Brighteon.TV program, adding that Gates is "a big friend and advocate of the WEF." According to Bobinski, Gates' original goal while at Microsoft was to have a computer in every store, home, university and government office.
The "Keep The Republic" host said Gates has "daddy issues," explaining that children of high achievers also want to be high achievers themselves in a bid to get their parents' approval. He followed this up by saying that the Microsoft founder's father was involved in Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood actually started with the term "eugenics" affixed to its name, which it later dropped. In a similar vein, Gates and his ex-wife Melinda established the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to push the population control agenda. Incidentally, the foundation's original name was the Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population Control. (Related: The Bill Gates depopulation plan is succeeding at culling human populations: Fertility rates plummeting around the world.)
Bobinski played a video clip about the institute, which featured a speaker stating its mission to "help defend developing countries and create their own reproductive health policies and programs."
The program host also cited a passage from "The Real Anthony Fauci," a book by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., founder of Children's Health Defense. It recounted a big party organized by Gates where Fauci was invited. The infectious disease expert had a personal talk with the Microsoft co-founder regarding the latter's depopulation agenda during that time.
Moreover, Bobinski mentioned that the Gates Foundation's leadership council in 2010 had Fauci, former World Health Organization Director-General Margaret Chan and Anthony Lake, former executive director of the United Nations Children's Fund.
"The world today has 6.8 billion people. That's heading up to about nine billion," he said at the time. "Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, healthcare, reproductive health services, we could lower that by 10 or 15 percent."
According to Bobinski, the Microsoft co-founder wanted to reduce the world's population to supposedly "help save the children."
"We're talking 10 percent or 700 million people, 15 percent over a billion people. This guy wants to save the children, but he wants 1.5 billion people to go away. Do you see what I'm talking about here? This is a guy who wants to depopulate," Bobinski explained.
Moreover, the "Keep The Republic" host added that Gates has been investing his money into the development of vaccines since 2015 – back when people did not even have an idea what COVID-19 is about. Bobinski cited a 2015 article outlining how the Gates Foundation invested $52 million in developing and manufacturing of CureVac mRNA vaccines.
Gates is also a good friend of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the incumbent WHO director-general. Bobinski cited a November 2021 article that discussed how the technocrat developed his relationship with Tedros and others in the United Nations, eventually allowing him to "buy control" over the health agency.
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