Flash: Bill Gates Resigns

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I’m not so sure I want to see the future as he sees it.

This just in: Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, has resigned as head honcho of Berkshire Hathaway (https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/bill-gates-resigns-microsoft-board). He will continue as Technology Advisor to the CEO of Microsoft.

He’s been throttling back on his day to day involvement in the business for the past few years, and says he has resigned in order to devote more time to his “philanthropic priorities.”

Now I’m really worried.

Priority One for every globalist billionaire is to set up a global government with themselves in charge of it. Sort of like the colossal golden image Nebuchadnezzar set up, long ago (see Daniel Chapter 3). Their ideas of philanthropy are not quite the same as ours. I mean, how many of these guys could just hand a hundred poor families brand-new houses, and not even count it as chump change? But they don’t.

Ronald Reagan said the scariest sentence you’ll ever hear is, “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help you.”

Beware the Greeks bearing gifts…

9 comments on “Flash: Bill Gates Resigns

  1. These do-gooders are scary. When Bill Gates gets together with his fellow billionaires they come to the conclusion the number one problem in the world is overpopulation – you know, we need to thin the herd.

    1. The charity that these billionaires **could** do, person-to-person, is past calculation. But that they don’t do, because what they want is control.

  2. Sure, Gates leaves and we’re still stuck with Microsoft! But that’s nothing compared to what we’ll be stuck with if de Blasio is ever able to nationalize business as he promises to do. Somebody, please, take away his toys!!

    1. DeBlasio is the guy who wants “to order your day-to-day reality.” If there is a bigger douchebag anywhere, it’s a well-kept secret.

  3. I know that Microsoft seem to think that they own your computer and proved it to. Y satisfaction a few years ago by performing upgrades from Windows 7 to Windows 10 without the computer owner’s consent. They may have felt justified, from a technical standpoint, but in my opinion, they were way out of line on this.

    I don’t know much about Gates as a person, but I Would be very curious of what he thought of this decision. Technical people tend, at times, to think that their opinions are the only valid opinion on the subject at hand. We are all entitled to our own opinions, but there are some people out there that never realize that the opinions of others can be just as valid as their own.

    As I said, I can’t comment on Gates, directly, but I know that many of these tech founders have no idea that the feelings of others even exist, ot to mention the possibility that their opinions could be valid.

  4. Every billionaire turns into a philanthropist when they get old. But it’s not about helping others so much as it is about their own vanity projects and leaving a legacy.

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