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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"This is from a guy who gives more money to the World Health Organization than pretty much anyone else on the planet. Several hundred million dollars over three hundred million dollars from his foundation on an annual basis is given from Bill Gates Foundation to the World Health Organization a founded the gallery associations we saw earlier on the vaccine alliance. He's invested in almost all of the pharmaceutical companies that also donate to the world. Health Organization is obsolete close connections to As well as we've said it's probably just a coincidence goes onto say quote. The goal is to pick the one or two best vaccine constructs and vaccinate the entire world that seven billion doses if it is a single dose vaccines and fourteen billion. If is a two dose vaccine. Thanks for the Good Matha Bill at the world will be in a rush to get them so the scale of the manufacturing will be unprecedented and will probably have to involve multiple companies. I wonder which multiple companies though bill. Maybe some of the companies that you're invested in. Perhaps he goes on to say quote. No one who lives through pandemic one will ever forget it. Flat doesn't send chills down his by. What the hell under review again are completely believe. He said quote Bill Gates quote. No one who lives through pandemic one will ever forget it. I'm Leslie he said quote every day. We talked to scientists at universities and small companies. Ceo's of pharmaceutical companies or heads of government to make sure that the new tools I discussed become available as soon as possible and there are so many heroes to admire right now including the health work on the front line when the world eventually declares pandemic one over. We will have all of them to thank for it. All of them bill. Yes especially those companies producing vaccines. I'm sure we'll definitely all be thanking. Knows as you will. I'm sure bill from the bottom of your wallet at sorry from the bottom of your ha particularly if it ends up being a double dose and you end up selling fourteen billion vaccinations. It's probably absolute nonsense All of this is obviously conjecture and just because Bill Gates is working closely with Change just because they're giving millions and millions and millions of dollars to the World Health Organization that declares the pandemics which then leads to companies producing vaccines that Bill Gates has fingering which then make billions and billions of dollars. It's probably just a coin. I'm sure it's got nothing to do with monetary gain any kind of deep state control or globalist agenda. Get YOURSELF OVER TO PLAN DYNAMIC DOT TV. Get the truth. They tried to Bam on C. On the next episode. You've been listening to the Michael. Chaney show create your own wealth and protected against taxation turmoil and tyranny over at Michael Chaney Dot Com..

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Militias hacking. Activity is way up over the past couple of months a report this month from Google found that twelve groups with ties to foreign governments are using content related to covert nineteen to create phishing emails. That try to trick people into turning over personal information or clicking leaks that can install malware hackers commonly used major events news headlines and disasters to try to trick people into making bad decisions so they can compromise their computers and unfortunately right now the cove in nineteen pandemic provides them with a whole lot of beat lily. Hey Newman is a senior writer at wired. Who wrote about the Google report? Google found that state-sponsored hackers from countries around the world are using kind of the cover of the pandemic to mount their attacks. So it's important to note because while there have been a a lot of different types of attacks coming from everywhere as a result of this from criminals from scammers. There was an idea that nation state hackers government-backed hackers might be taking advantage of this as well and Google's report shows that that's the case the what does that look like specifically as it mostly phishing attacks that might be aimed at people who work in corporations or sensitive infrastructure. Right exactly so in one case Google saw a campaign targeting. Us government workers but on their personal email accounts with phishing emails. That were trying to steal those google log in credentials and they were emails that pretended to be from fast food. Companies with coupons. You know you know. They're targeting government workers. But it's your personal account. It's about food. It's you know it feels so totally removed from the types of things people might be looking out for that you can see how it's sort of a clever way to try to take advantage of this right. Have we seen any results from this? I feel like I saw that. I mean certainly. There were zoom emails and passwords for sale. But I feel like I also saw maybe. Who or the Bill Gates Foundation had been targeted right? There have been a number of high profile attacks coming to light so far people are sort of mostly saying either. It doesn't seem that the attacks were successful. Were that not confirmed you know. They're not sure. Basically researchers really cautioned that. It's likely that it's happening. That nation state attackers again from countries around the world mad they are successfully grabbing credentials. And trying to just sort of lay low so just because we haven't heard about the bombshell yet doesn't mean it's not happening right. And what is kind of the worst case scenario here? I mean do you think. Cyber security officials are worried about nine eleven style. Cyberattack attack in the midst of what is already a pretty destabilizing event. It certainly is possible. If you know that someone could mount disruptive offensive cyber security attack like that you know the bigger issue with this specifically is the idea that It's just a fertile time for a huge amount of intelligence gathering so so I think those are the worst case scenario concerns right now and then tell us what it is about this moment that makes us more vulnerable to these phishing. Attempts is it. You know the combination of clever appeals in phishing emails. And just our general destructiveness. I definitely think that's a lot of it. The pandemic just provides so much great fodder and when I say great. I mean problematic chorus because I you know it just goes on and on. It's like you have a people's home living situation being different. Maybe you know they go to the store to get groceries or trying to find toilet paper like all these you know. Acts of daily living are now different but then also their job is different. Or maybe they're out of work or they're in China seek government assistance sore just so many aspects of our daily lives are altered are impacted by the situation that it creates a lot of fodder for all the different types of Guy. You know masquerading emails. You could write pretending to be related to any of those things. It would be more likely to come across as genuine because people are scared. Concern Seeking Information. All feelings of a sense of urgency. That make it more likely that phishing attacks will be successful and then combined with that a you know a lot of people are working from home they're using VPN's their companies are seeing all this remote traffic on their networks and that's now expected because all their workers are remote. But what if someone else's remote you know who isn't supposed to be there? It's a lot easier to hide in that traffic because it it all looks the same so a lot of types of concerns coming out of these conditions lily. Hey Newman is a senior writer. At wired the latest high profile attack Nintendo said Friday that up to one hundred and sixty thousand accounts had been hacked. It asked users to reset their passwords. Nintendo's animal crossing has been one of the sleeper hits of the corona virus lockdown.

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If it looks phishy, dont click. COVID-19 is spawning lots of online scams.

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:23 min | 3 months ago

If it looks phishy, dont click. COVID-19 is spawning lots of online scams.

"Militias hacking. Activity is way up over the past couple of months a report this month from Google found that twelve groups with ties to foreign governments are using content related to covert nineteen to create phishing emails. That try to trick people into turning over personal information or clicking leaks that can install malware hackers commonly used major events news headlines and disasters to try to trick people into making bad decisions so they can compromise their computers and unfortunately right now the cove in nineteen pandemic provides them with a whole lot of beat lily. Hey Newman is a senior writer at wired. Who wrote about the Google report? Google found that state-sponsored hackers from countries around the world are using kind of the cover of the pandemic to mount their attacks. So it's important to note because while there have been a a lot of different types of attacks coming from everywhere as a result of this from criminals from scammers. There was an idea that nation state hackers government-backed hackers might be taking advantage of this as well and Google's report shows that that's the case the what does that look like specifically as it mostly phishing attacks that might be aimed at people who work in corporations or sensitive infrastructure. Right exactly so in one case Google saw a campaign targeting. Us government workers but on their personal email accounts with phishing emails. That were trying to steal those google log in credentials and they were emails that pretended to be from fast food. Companies with coupons. You know you know. They're targeting government workers. But it's your personal account. It's about food. It's you know it feels so totally removed from the types of things people might be looking out for that you can see how it's sort of a clever way to try to take advantage of this right. Have we seen any results from this? I feel like I saw that. I mean certainly. There were zoom emails and passwords for sale. But I feel like I also saw maybe. Who or the Bill Gates Foundation had been targeted right? There have been a number of high profile attacks coming to light so far people are sort of mostly saying either. It doesn't seem that the attacks were successful. Were that not confirmed you know. They're not sure. Basically researchers really cautioned that. It's likely that it's happening. That nation state attackers again from countries around the world mad they are successfully grabbing credentials. And trying to just sort of lay low so just because we haven't heard about the bombshell yet doesn't mean it's not happening right. And what is kind of the worst case scenario here? I mean do you think. Cyber security officials are worried about nine eleven style. Cyberattack attack in the midst of what is already a pretty destabilizing event. It certainly is possible. If you know that someone could mount disruptive offensive cyber security attack like that you know the bigger issue with this specifically is the idea that It's just a fertile time for a huge amount of intelligence gathering so so I think those are the worst case scenario concerns right now and then tell us what it is about this moment that makes us more vulnerable to these phishing. Attempts is it. You know the combination of clever appeals in phishing emails. And just our general destructiveness. I definitely think that's a lot of it. The pandemic just provides so much great fodder and when I say great. I mean problematic chorus because I you know it just goes on and on. It's like you have a people's home living situation being different. Maybe you know they go to the store to get groceries or trying to find toilet paper like all these you know. Acts of daily living are now different but then also their job is different. Or maybe they're out of work or they're in China seek government assistance sore just so many aspects of our daily lives are altered are impacted by the situation that it creates a lot of fodder for all the different types of Guy. You know masquerading emails. You could write pretending to be related to any of those things. It would be more likely to come across as genuine because people are scared. Concern Seeking Information. All feelings of a sense of urgency. That make it more likely that phishing attacks will be successful and then combined with that a you know a lot of people are working from home they're using VPN's their companies are seeing all this remote traffic on their networks and that's now expected because all their workers are remote. But what if someone else's remote you know who isn't supposed to be there? It's a lot easier to hide in that traffic because it it all looks the same so a lot of types of concerns coming out of these conditions lily. Hey Newman is a senior writer. At wired

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:34 min | 3 months ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Airline with more money doesn't help make they're making a a barely surviving company. Take on more. Debt is not a solution. What is required is equity capital with the government's taking a stake and that is definitely something On the table with German government and lift answer but of course that then gives the government a stake in the airline and often the seat on the airlines board and therefore there's all the politicization of fat in the UK. We've got a bit of a row over Virgin Atlantic owned by the multi billionaire Richard Branson. He's a tax exile. He didn't WanNa live in the UK and pay UK levels of personal tax so he went and lived in the British Virgin Islands. Find for him. But now he's asking for government bailout for his airline. That is not going down well with the with the British public. You can. Well imagine the other issue here is for the low cost airlines like rise. Wyan Aaron Easyjet they were God. This is as governments propping up their national flag carriers and inappropriate state-aid and that's where he were Michael O'Leary boss of Ryanair has said and one wonders if he may start launching legal challenges to stop governments doing such things. Let's look at the skies but at the world of automotive Louise Next. Volkswagen huge player revving up production potentially boom boom boom. So yes we are seeing countries very slowly ease restrictions okay but there are massive issues about how businesses go about it about the hygiene measures about social distancing. How this is all going to work and you know. Are you going to see a red team in a blue team? That work or you're gonNA see a canteen where people sit down. They can take away but if they take away where do they sit and eat it or do you see staggered starts. Do you see people having their temperatures taken a how is going to work and VW. Operate the world's largest car plant Wolfsburg in Germany and they're slowly starting to ramp up production. Today is the day where fit Chrysler. A starting to restarting production of a light van in a plant in southern Italy. That's restarting today. And Reynaud last week started ramping up production in France. So it's all slowly starting the issue to remember though is the all these social distancing hygiene measures will be expensive one. It's very disruptive but to they'll be expensive that means prophets will be significantly down and that means job cuts a likely if you have to spend a lotta money to make safe on your factory floor. Whatever business you're in then then you'll profits are going to be way down. You may still be loss making. You need to cut jobs. The other side of the equation is demaim. D- People feel very uncertain about their financial future. So even if you can ramp up production will there be anybody you want to buy. What you're selling you mentioned Rich Brunson layer another billionaire. Bill Gates the Bill Gates Foundation is reaching into its seemingly ever lastingly deep pockets to fund current of our stock seen in twenty seconds. Louise what's happening? He's committed two hundred and fifty million. His Foundation is now focusing on corona virus in corona virus. Only You know I wonder if we get the billionaires we deserve this is a man that would have been the wealthiest man in the world He's not now because he's given so much. The Bill Gates Foundation which is now totally totally committed to finding a vaccine solution working with the. Who working with the state's working with governments all over the world to find a vaccine for corona virus. Thank you for joining us here with the globalist on Monaco. Twenty four and we are going to wrap up before the end of the show with a reflection on the world of retail fashion. Joining us for that is more Nichols own fashion editor Jamie waters. Welcome back to the program. Johnny I'm enjoying early morning chats. Yes same highlighted by Monday. Thinks he's not being sarcastic. Listeners he really really means it. Let's talk about well. It's interesting sort of collision Jamie of the the pandemic into the world of fashion and this question about mosques and the becoming almost sort of fashion statements. How do you read? What's happening out there with this yet. There's this kind of interesting strange situation that's also has a sense of inevitability about where in a lot of places. I'm as masks becoming and trade that pot of people's everyday uniform now. Of course you're saying people starting to inject some sense of personality and style into what they're wearing so. I think in Asia. This has become very common correspondent. James Chambers is recent before about different colors can signify and that you know yellows with a lot of the cool kids wear and read and Etcetera Etcetera. And there's all kinds of different senses of style on now that we're seeing in a lot of us. Cds that mandatory by seeing that pickup and a lot of fashion Brown's astounding to so musk's and what they're doing is that we've done night some and so summoned to this this sort of offset being which makes it seem more sort of charitable. But then he saw the thing happened over the weekend my soul someone on social media basically from a luxury ecommerce site and it was a mosque by a big straightway brand because as an aside straight way brands have Masa they part of their collections for a long time they come in and out of fashion just as a fashion statement anyway and there was one of these mosques that was on the site and was going for. I think eight hundred dollars and then something about that just felt really odd and uncomfortable and the image was was circulated and reposted posted. And it's since been taken down the muscles being taken off that site but it does make me think about this idea of Opportunities and and how the kind of capitalist road works and that. Desi sense of course there will be demand for at some point that will be demand for luxury item luxury mass luxury protective items. And how that all fits into? I guess what we feel and how we think about the whole situation Jamie I guess. He's actually conner. Speaks to what we talked about last week. Which was the shift in aesthetics change maybe from consumers about how much they want to broadcast the brands that they're wearing or buying because clearly there's an unease about being seen to be you know profiteering from this awful situation and yet it's probably a good thing. If Russian companies and other manufacturers do divert resources to to make mouse. She does also. Is it part of that same? Shift away from this sort of shouting a branding. I mean that's that's kind of a lot of street wear has been built on the right exactly tied up with that we point. We're talking about last week. And people being really dizzy. Sense of not wanting to use State makes status have status symbols at the moment? I think mosques and other medical equipment but I mean particularly moss have these very kind of singular aspect to them where they are. They are just the ultimate hygiene that you know. They're a symbol of hygiene there a symbol of solidarity kind of all in all in this together. And when you wear one it's to protect yourself but it's also protect others added to that that they in short supply in a lot of places and that means that when they become expensive thing. That's the status symbol. It just doesn't see right against the all these other elements because they are ultimately decide. This symbol of protection dot is in short supply. A lot of places but I think we'll it does high into what you're saying about people now being really conscious of law goes anyway and a lot of straight where browns will self from that at the moment And these these issues that the Russian in the White House. Tush industry has where you know. How do you kind of float fashion? How do you sell products in a way? That doesn't feel tone-deaf at the moment But then you know we'll see these browns to make living in the need to Cape Shifting Product Cape workers employed and medical protective equipment. Mawson's I got a lot of brands have capability now. I've been donating a lot of of these kind of products. They can make them so if demand continues going into the future dot also seems just a sensible move. So there's a lot of tied up into these idea it's fascinating stuff Jamie always get your views. That's Monaco's fashion editor. Jamie waters joining us Bright nearly as I said he's a morning person on the globalist and that is what we have time for on today's show. Thanks to production team paid Reynolds Rebelo Daniel H and I'll reset Charlie Phil mccord and our Studio Manager Christie Evans with editing assistance. To from Sean Hickey of the headlines more music and great programming on the. I'm also going to play you a little nugget from today's Monaco minute. If you're a Mike on time zone you'll be reading that in the last hour or so and a whisker over what four change from now I'll be back with the briefing live at midday in London. We'll be picking up on lots of the stories. We've already been kicking around some others as they move on. During the morning this program the globalist of course at the same time tomorrow at seven. Am here in London. Money some edits romy and all the Monday Tim. Thank you very much for listening..

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw

How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw

"On the helmet thing. Podcast wells atoms filling in for Brooks is on the phone. All the way over in Nashville and we are bringing bringing into the show right now. Dr Abe Malcolm. He's the founder and medical director of concierge. Md L. A. It's a home based concierge medical practice in Los Angeles that focuses on. Well care as opposed to sick care. We've got a lot of questions. Doc about this pandemic thank you so much for being on the show. What does it take a long vaccine? Good question there's multiple steps that go into creating a vaccine so it starts with identifying the virus sequencing the viral genotype replicating that into a lab. These are steps that we've actually gotten fairly good progress on so far the next step after that is to figure out what delivery mechanism to get into animal studies. Which is the first step. Then you need to do a small scale trials where you test. The efficacy in the safety of the virus of the vaccine and then ultimately can be widely distributed. But we all know that with vaccines. There's a ton of controversy and we have to be done safely because the last thing you want us to create a vaccine. We're actually fuel. It doesn't give them any orange. This is I don't know unprecedented. I guess since like nineteen eighteen or another but are we or is the medical community kind of skipping steps in the vaccine. They want to get this thing fixed sooner rather than later. So essentially all laboratories are debuting their efforts from other vaccines to tax. There's vaccines that are being worked on for malaria and other drugs that all those resources are now being poured into chrome virus. So in that sense. Yes in terms of Saito sorry So question regarding that how. How much information. Sharing is there between those labs or if each one of these labs kind of working independently trying to come up with their own Solution I don't know the exact answer to that question but you know you do. She reports of like Bill Gates Foundation for example working with government agencies because he's got a very robust infrastructure for developing vaccines. So I'm sure there's interdisciplinary into government agencies cooperation but that being said I would imagine. Countries are trying to win the race of developing a vaccine. Because it's very impactful for their own country and their reputation world right. I don't know if this has been like confirmed the news that I watch you know talks about these wet markets in China and like. There's a good chance that's where this thing derived from whether that's a reality or not. Like how dangerous are those places? And like why is it if they are dangerous wise acceptable for them to continue to be operated? That's a really good question and I don't.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KOMO

"To test the remaining residents but not enough for staff they would like to test them for the virus as well Washington state continues to deal with the expected growing numbers of coronavirus cases governor Jay Inslee was making the rounds this morning clothing here at komo news talking about what's next in the fight against the virus we're meeting with local officials and state officials to try to corral the bass epidemiological evidence we can to do modeling of what we're looking at in the next several weeks and I'm pleased to say that we've got such a great research base here of epidemiologists and geneticists who can help us assess this we really appreciate the information we're getting because we want to make decisions based on science there are now one hundred twenty three confirmed cases in the state in eighteen deaths most of the confirmed cases are in king and Snohomish counties The Seattle Times is reporting that testing for the corona virus in the Seattle area we'll get a huge boost in the coming weeks from a project funded by the bill gates foundation that project will be offering home testing kits that will allow people who fear they may be infected to swap their noses and send the samples back for analysis results usually take two to three days local health officials will notify those who test positive with use of online forms infected people can answer questions about their movements and contacts making it easier for health officials to locate others who may need to be tested or quarantine with the rise in covert nineteen cases in our state large events are seen smaller crowds summer even canceling because of the virus come was Nick problem reports this morning I didn't know what was gonna happen Kirk turtle has been planning this weekend with his business partners for months I've.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This long is very interesting to me because I was there for the opening arguments have been following different components of it. And it's clear that the the judge's interference with the truth. Bake result in a negative verdict. But if it's if it's the case, then I certainly would hope that the plaintiff appeals and exposes the judge's actions to the higher levels of judge. Did you see where scientists have genetically modified mosquitos in order to battle malaria, not only that it was the Bill Gates foundation that's been investing that this could be a danger. This could backfire it's to me, I was at the UN convention on biological diversity. And I got to here. So people who are pitching this. You see there's something called, gene drives. Now, we just talked to a few minutes ago about how you can genetically engineered individual species and release them, and it causes havoc any environment. But this is purposely causing havoc in the environment. Typically when when they male and female of a species mate them half of the offspring, get one. Trade or the other half get another trade. It gets it gets diluted out with gene drives. It turns out that every offspring gets the trade that you've set up because it transit. It's there at every in each chromosome it gets transferred to all the offspring. And so they want to create a program through gene drives where they can literally kill off an entire species. And so they're making an excuse, for example, that certain islands didn't have rodents until they came in the halls of ships. So let's introduce gene drives to kill all the roads the island. Well, if the ships brought the roads to the island at some point that you're genetically engineer the the roads and a ship. My carry it to the mainland, and then you've just wiped out the entire road population. Or because there's genes that could switch on its which often become silenced. You may end up with changes that you'd ever expected, and you may end up with some kind of Franken road that's quite dangerous. Now the case. Of these of these malaria, they want to genetically engineered to create the the females. So that they're they're more like males are actually the bales. Females like Nelson. They can't bite, and they also are largely sterile. So they wanted to eliminate the type of the -squitoes carries malaria. I've always wondered why God created the mosquito in the first place. Hey, it's true that that we don't like the mosquito. So it might be a good public relations exercise for them to bring that out as the first gene drive, however insects as a whole are quite important. They have they have they keep alive part of the environment part of the ecosystem. And I don't know if you've read the report recently last year where our last month where the number of insects is plummeting so much it can create an entire catastrophic global extinction. They're blaming it on ended it dust real scale intensive agriculture. And the numbers are astounding. I got forty percent of insect species are declining third. The total mass is dropping two and a half percent a year suggesting that the entire insect population could vanish within a century. I mean, what happens if they create by accident, a six inch mosquito, and they're all over the place attacking people like needle little monsters. I talked to a scientist oxygen which created a mosquito that creates supposedly sterile offspring. Now, they had lied to the public over and over again in every country where they actually got a chance to release it. They said only the males are released not the biting females. But it turns out that there may be a high percentage of biting bills that are released 'cause they're sorting method is flawed and they said the survival rate there's no survival. So there's no problem they will persist a nature and yet between three and eighteen percent can survive. Now, I talked to this scientists I think if they would direct Nivo, and I said, I was both testifying before the the skit O'Connor. Troll board in key west where they wanted to release the mosquitoes and afterwards,.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Apply. It's Red Eye Radio. He's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye we'll get to your calls and comments coming up following the bottom of the hour. We got a lot of people that want to get aboard including one who says the green new deal is possible. That'll be an interesting to find out how they believe that it is how it is possible technologically speaking what the justification is for that. In other stories want to make sure we get out to you know, how we hear that Americans back Medicare for all new poll out. The hill. Harris ex poll released yesterday found only thirteen percent of Americans would prefer Medicare for all government run healthcare system, if it meant eliminating private health insurance. Thirty two percent of Americans said, they would back a single payer healthcare system. If would allow Americans to purchase private supplemental insurance, one of the reasons you don't do that. Why why don't why don't they want you to do that? Why don't they want private insurance available? Why did candidate do everything they possibly could to fight private insurance in a healthcare system because people go would go to that side? It's just like that that the the public private partnership that Obama talked about a few times. You know, there's sorry without the government controlling it to the point that they bankrupt that private sector side of it. Everyone would essentially move to that side and choose that over government care eventually. When it comes to wait times when it comes to things that you need you would go to the private insurance. It would tell you you need all of the money in the Medicare for all system. And even when you get all the money in a Medicare for all system. It's still listened enough as we find out in the current Medicare system there were people put in for their entire lives to Medicare when they're older where there was a there was a listener years ago that from the UK that listens to us online. And I hope he's still he has had a very serious, chronic illness and said, look, we love the NHS. And by the way, we also have a system where you can go out and you can pay for your own healthcare. If you want to do that. And I said, but you can't undo the taxation. That's the problem. The taxation that pays for the NHL. The massive taxation. Who can afford after that? To choose the private sector. You know, the any private healthcare option. You're not going to get a voucher from the government doesn't work that way. So most people wouldn't be able to afford that. And and the government doesn't want it because the demand for that private sector care. Would be greater and my favorite story of the of the week was the Bill Gates foundation says they are no longer going to continue with their fifty two week paid family leave. Fifty fifty two weeks. Yes. That's like six months. They're cutting it in half what they found out after intense ill doing six six months. But at what they found out is the fifty two weeks of paid family leave they found out. It's not the most productive way to run a business. What they they found out that work is not when you give people a year off or child or fifty two weeks paid family leave. They found out work doesn't get done. I'm not kidding. You were they actually had that in their analysis. I think that's I I think there's a conspiracy. That's another one of the things that I was dying laughing about today, and they cut it to six months. Yeah. Wait for it. They'll cut that again. Because the problem they're running into now. I is is the problem that will remain it will just be cut in half. But if it's a problem, it is still a problem. Even if it's got by fifty percent. You know, you check you don't take it away. All at once because then you're evil, then you're Hitler. So you don't do that you cut it the six months.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye we'll get to your calls and comments coming up on the bottom of the hour. We got a lot of people that want to get aboard including one who says the green new deal is possible. That'll be an interesting to find out how they believe that it is how it is possible technologically speaking what the justification is for that. In other stories wanna make sure we get out to you know, how we hear that Americans back Medicare for all new poll out the hill Harris expo released yesterday found only thirteen percent of Americans would prefer a Medicare for all government run healthcare system, if it meant eliminating private health insurance. Thirty two percent of Americans said they would back a single payer healthcare system that would allow Americans to purchase private supplemental insurance one of the reasons you don't do that. Why why don't why don't they want you to do that? Why don't they want private insurance available? Why do candidate do everything they possibly could to fight private insurance in a healthcare system because people go would go to that side? It's just like that that the the public private partnership that Obama talked about a few times. You know, there's sorry without the government controlling it to the point that they bankrupt that private sector side of it. Everyone would essentially move to that side and choose that over government care eventually. When it comes to wait times when it comes to things that you need. You would go to the private insurance would tell you you need all of the money in the Medicare for all system. And even when you get all the money in a Medicare for all system. It's still listened enough as we find out in the current Medicare system there were people put in for their entire lives to Medicare when they're older where there was a there was a listener years ago that from the UK that listens to us online. And I hope he's still does he has had a very serious, chronic illness and said, look, we love the NHS. And by the way, we also have a system where you can go out and you can pay for your own healthcare. If you wanna do that I said, but you can't undo the taxation. That's the problem. The taxation that pays for the NHS the massive taxation who can afford it after that. To choose the private sector. You know, the any private healthcare option. You're not going to get a voucher from the government doesn't work that way. So most people wouldn't be able to afford that. And and the government doesn't want it because the demand for that private-sector care would be greater and my favorite story of the of the week was the Bill Gates foundation says they are no longer going to continue with their fifty two week paid family leave. Fifty fifty two weeks. Yes. That's like six months. They're cutting in half what they found out after intense doing sixty six months, but at what they found out is the fifty two weeks of paid family leave they found out. It's not the most productive way to run a business. What they found out that work is not when you give people a year off child or fifty two weeks paid family leave. They found out work doesn't get done. I'm not kidding. You were they actually had that in their analysis. I think that's I I think there's a conspiracy. That's another one of the things that I was dying laughing about today, and they cut it to six months. Yeah. Wait for it. They'll cut that again. Because the problem they're running into now. I is is the problem that will remain it will just be cut in half. But if it's a problem, it is still a problem. Even if it's got by fifty percent. You don't take it away. All at once because then you're evil, then you're Hitler. So you don't do that you cut up to six months and then down the.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye we'll get to your calls and comments coming up following the bottom of the hour. We got a lot of people that want to get aboard including one who says the green new deal is possible. It'll be an interesting to find out how they believe that it is how it is possible technologically speaking what the justification is for that. In other stories. You wanna make sure we get out to you know, how we hear that Americans back Medicare for all. Yeah. Yeah. New poll out the hill. Harris ex poll released yesterday found only thirteen percent of Americans would prefer Medicare for all government run healthcare system, if it meant eliminating private health insurance. Thirty two percent of Americans said they would back a single payer healthcare system, if it would allow Americans to purchase private supplemental insurance one of the reasons you don't do that. Why why don't why don't they want you to do that? Why don't they want private insurance available? Why did candidate do everything they possibly could to fight private insurance in a healthcare system because people go would go to that side? It's just like that the public private partnership that Obama talked about a few times. You know, there's sorry without the government controlling it to the point that they bankrupt that private sector side of it. Everyone would essentially moved to that side and choose that over government care eventually. When it comes to wait times. And when it comes to things that you need you would go to the private insurance. It would you need all of the money in the Medicare for all system. And even when you get all the money in a Medicare for all system. It's still isn't enough as we find out in the current Medicare system there were people put in for their entire lives to Medicare when they're older where there was a there was a listener years ago that from the UK that listens to us online. And I hope he still does he has had a very serious, chronic illness and said, look, we love the chess. And by the way, we also have a system where you can go out and you can pay for your own healthcare. If you wanna do that. And I said, but you can't undo the taxation. That's the problem. The taxation that pays for the NHS the massive taxation who can afford after that. To choose the private sector. You know, the any private healthcare option. You're not going to get a voucher from the government doesn't work that way. So most people wouldn't be able to afford that. And and the government doesn't want it because the demand for that private-sector care would be greater. And my favorite story of the of the week was the Bill Gates foundation says they are no longer going to continue with their fifty two week paid family leave. Fifty fifty two weeks. Yes. That's like six months. They're cutting half. What they found out after intense doing. Six months, but at what they found out is the fifty two weeks of paid family leave they found out. It's not the most productive way to run a business. What they they found out that work is not when you give people a year off or child or fifty two weeks paid family leave. They found out work doesn't get done. I'm not kidding. You were they actually had that in their analysis. I think that's I I think there's a conspiracy. That's another one of the things that I was dying laughing about today, and they cut it to six months. Yeah. Wait for it. They'll cut that again. Because the problem they're running into now. Is is the problem that will remain it will just be cut in half. But if it's a problem, it is still a problem. Even if it's got by fifty percent. Check it. You don't take it away. All at once because then you're evil, then you're Hitler. So you don't do that you cut up to six months and then down the road. They'll.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Red Eye Radio on talk radio five sixty ks. Oh. It's Red Eye Radio. He's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye we'll get to your calls and comments coming up following the bottom of the hour. We got a lot of people that want to get aboard including one who says the green new deal is possible. That'll be an interesting to find out how they believe that it is how it is possible technologically speaking what the justification is for that. In other stories want to make sure we get out to you know, how we hear that Americans back Medicare for all new poll out. The hill. Harris ex poll released yesterday found only thirteen percent of Americans would prefer Medicare for all government run healthcare system, if it meant eliminating private health insurance. Thirty two percent of Americans said they would back a single payer healthcare system that would allow Americans to purchase private supplemental insurance one of the reasons you don't do that. Why why don't why don't they want you to do that? Why don't they want private insurance available? Why did candidate do everything they possibly could to fight private insurance in a healthcare system because people go would go to that side? It's just like that that the the public private partnership that Obama talked about a few times. You know, there's sorry without the government controlling it to the point that they bankrupt that private sector side of it. Everyone would essentially moved to that side and choose that over government care eventually. When it comes to wait times. And when it comes to things that you need you would go to the private insurance. You you need all of the money in the Medicare for all system. Yeah. And even when you get all the money in a Medicare for all system. It's still listened enough as we find out in the current Medicare system there were people put in for their entire lives to Medicare when they're older where there was a there was a listener years ago that from the UK that listens to us online. And I hope he's still does he has had a very serious, chronic illness and said, look, we love the NHS. And by the way, we also have a system where you can go out you can pay for your own healthcare. If you want to do that. And I said, but you can't undo the taxation. That's the problem. The taxation that pays for the NHL the massive taxation who can afford after that. To choose the private sector. You know, the any private healthcare option. You're not going to get a voucher from the government doesn't work that way. So most people wouldn't be able to afford that. And and the government doesn't want it because the demand for that private-sector care would be greater. And my favorite story of the of the week was the Bill Gates foundation says they are no longer going to continue with their fifty two week paid family leave. Fifty fifty two weeks. Yes. That's like six months. They're cutting half. What they found out after intense ill doing Sixers sticking to six months. But at what they found out is the fifty two weeks of paid family leave they found out. It's not the most productive way to run a business. What they found out that work is not when you give people a year off or child or fifty two weeks paid family leave. They found out work doesn't get done. I'm not kidding. You were they actually had that in their analysis. I think that's I I think there's a conspiracy. That's another one of the things that I was dying laughing about today, and they cut it to six months. Yeah. Wait for it. They'll cut that again. Because the problem they're running into now. Is is the problem that will remain it will just be cut in half. But if it's a problem, it is still a problem. Even if it's got by fifty percent. You know, you don't you don't take it away. All at once because then you're evil, then you're Hitler. So you don't do that you cut up to six months and then down the road. They'll.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Radio. He's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye we'll get to your calls and comments coming up on the bottom of the hour. We got a lot of people that want to get aboard including one who says the green new deal is possible. It'll be an interesting to find out how they believe that it is how it is possible technologically speaking what the justification is for that. In other stories wanna make sure we get out to you know, how we hear that Americans back Medicare for all. Yeah. Yeah. New poll out the hill. Harris ex poll released yesterday found only thirteen percent of Americans would prefer Medicare for all government run healthcare system, if it meant eliminating private health insurance. Thirty two percent of Americans said they would back a single payer healthcare system, if it would allow Americans to purchase private supplemental insurance one of the reasons you don't do that. Why why don't why don't they want you to do that? Why don't they want private insurance available? Why did Canada do everything they possibly could to fight private insurance in a healthcare system because people go would go to that side? It's just like that that the the public private partnership that Obama talked about a few times. You know, there's sorry without the government controlling it to the point that they bankrupt that private sector side of it. Everyone would essentially moved to that side and choose that over government care eventually. When it comes to wait time. So when it comes to things that you need you would go to the private insurance. It would you you need all of the money in the Medicare for all system. Yeah. And even when you get all the money in a Medicare for all system. It's still listened enough as we find out in the current Medicare system there were people put in for their entire lives to Medicare when they're older where there was a there was a listener years ago that from the UK that listens to us online. And I hope he's still does he has had a very serious, chronic illness and said, look, we love the NHS. And by the way, we also have a system where you can go out and you can pay for your own healthcare. If you wanna do that. And I said, but you can't undo the taxation. That's the problem. The taxation that pays for the NHS the massive taxation who can afford it after that. To choose the private sector. You know, the any private healthcare option. You're not going to get a voucher from the government doesn't work that way. So most people wouldn't be able to afford that. And and the government doesn't want it because the demand for that private sector care would be greater in my favorite story of the of the week was the Bill Gates foundation says they are no longer going to continue with their fifty two week paid family leave. Fifty fifty two weeks. Yes. That's like six months. They're cutting it in half what they found out after intense ever ill doing sixty six months. But at what they found out is the fifty two weeks of paid family leave they found out. It's not the most productive way to run a business. What they found out that work is not when you give people a year off or child or fifty two weeks paid family leave. They found out work doesn't get done. I'm not kidding. You were they actually had that in their analysis. I think that's I I think there's a conspiracy. That's another one of the things that I was dying laughing about today, and they cut it to six months. Yeah. Wait for it. They'll cut that again. Because the problem they're running into now. Is is the problem that will remain it will just be cut in half. But if it's a problem, it is still a problem. Even if it's got by fifty percent. You know, you you don't take it away all at once because then you're evil, then you're Hitler. So you don't do that you cut it to six months and then down the road. They'll.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Ninety nine tunnel. Clean up's still underway in port orchard, which was hit by an e f tour NATO nearly a month ago on Pierce Cairo. Kevin trailer loads of waste one outta here. Probably hundreds twister destroyed homes and trees, but no one was seriously injured time for KIRO radio realtime traffic or Stacy Taylor. And we start with drive times right now from Lynnwood to Seattle at about thirty five minutes are Renton to Auburn tribes sitting at about a half an hour and our drive basically as a challenge. Trying to get across the water. We had some earlier issues for drivers heading westbound on five twenty looks like that has cleared as he approached I five of an earlier stall there. Now that wreck on southbound I five out near Southcenter is still there. It's still taking up the HOV lane. And that's what's causing the clog outside of Boeing field and heading out towards that scene. I'm seeing some little bit of improvement as we head up Southcenter hill and continuing out towards midway looks like a lot of people decided to go south on the valley freeway, and I don't blame you. It's still route from just after four or five and heading out toward two seventy seven. All right. Let's talk surface three traffic because. Yeah, bet the lineups on Mercer from the Bill Gates foundation up to the I five merged any as we believed any park and heading out towards Stewart street. I figured we'll take a look at the drive through Tacoma where southbound five continues to slow from highway eighteen out towards the delta. I'm looking at backups on five twelve between I five and heading out towards Kanye. There was some earlier problems out on highway seven out near one hundred and eighty second street. That crash has cleared and traffic is brought to you by timeshare exit team. Can't use your timeshare can't sell it or give it away. Call timeshare exit team. They'll get you out. Call eight four four nine seven six exit timeshare exit team dot com. Kiro radio realtime traffic, I'm Tracy Taylor..

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"One lane that goes north one lane for four or five one lane for five five south, which is just it's insane. To makes you go to any major other city in the world, and that would be three lanes for each direction. One highway going into another highway if you're in California or in Tokyo would be three lanes north three lanes four or five three line south in here. It's. One lane. So it's I don't know if that's a better thing in in one of the interesting things that Tracy. I kind of alluded to is. This is a very unique geography. I mentioned other cities if you're in LA, you can jump off onto a thousand neighborhoods in there are not interstates but highways virtually everywhere because they're not going over bodies of water in the same way that we're required to do. So here you go to Dallas, you go to Chicago, you go to New York you pay Philadelphia. Any other major top twenty city in America. Correct me if I'm wrong, I think Seattle's the only one with this specific geography of multiple lakes that need to be traversed. And then also butting up against the the water on one side. And and so you just can't there's not another way around it. And we've we've funneled it down to like one one way or two ways. And it's just it's unique. So you don't have any sort of overflows, even even if you go to Portland, which I was there recently. There's so many bridges. So if you're if they shut down one bridge in Portland, there's eight other bridges, so yeah, it's gonna mess you up some if that's like your normal, Briggs. That you go over the river every day, but you can just go down. Like there's another way to get around here. There's specific like if you're Seattle there's one way in one way out like you're not getting you have to take that bridge. So in that bridges connected to ninety nine. So like, there's only. I don't it's unique geography of the city in the way that it's been planned out is very interesting, especially when you can just have a drawbridge so on top of that you can have a ship. That's coming in open the drawbridge. And now, you're hitting it from all sides ninety nine and the drawbridge open and honest injection and nowhere to go. Yeah. It's going to be in that again, I talked to some people that are in charge of not only making sure that this happens on Friday, but they're also in charge of making sure in three weeks from now that the tunnel is open, and there's a big celebration plan that I didn't know about and they say there's gonna be a one hundred thousand people involved in the celebration. There's marching bands of people jumping on bikes and people run five ks and ten K's. And they're like, yeah, we better do this time Tracy because we got a five K ten K. We've got all these kids come in with their tuba. That's the reason why Seattle DOT and DOT in itself had planned this three week closure. They had padded some time because a lot of the work that they have to do is paving in striping and just basically building the ram. To and from the tunnel that requires dry weather. That's because I was just going north. It seems like if you're coming from the south to north they've now moved that barricade, and there's just some cones out. It looks in them wrong. Seems like they just pull those cones out in the north one is relatively done. It's the it's the south end. Yes, it's the south, and they still have they still have some work on the north end. Yes. But yes, going north. But if you are like I come in from the south end as well. So yes, I've noticed to the left you're gonna see the on or rather the ramp that goes down into the tunnel. They still have a lot of work down in that tunnel that they still need to get completed. They need dry retaining wall. That is sort of shifting, Elaine. Exactly. They have to do the striping down there. They still have to. There's a lot of testing still has the exit point seems to be a mess outright by the Bill Gates foundation pretty much, and so they still have a lot of work to do in that area as well. The other thing that they said is we complain a lot about bio Duma complain a lot about the viaduct. We complained a lot about this tunnel. But they said the city landscape is going to be very very different. And that that part of downtown is about to get really really cool. It's gonna be really really you're going to take some time and some pain, but you are gonna love this part of Seattle because a lot of that is an acceptable right now. Right. Yes. Yes. And when a when the vita comes down, and it's going to take them some time. Yes. To build a mayor Durkan had gone into not too long ago in her one of our press conferences that there's going to be a beautiful park. And it's just I mean, there's still a lot of work to be done. But the viaduct has to come down. And you guys have heard time and time again, it is a safety issue. If we have another big earthquake like the Nisqually earthquake. That thing is coming down. So just in the best interest in the safety of everyone. You got a story about him coming up here at the end of the hour already have for tonight. A lot of people are looking for alternate ways or even going as far as talking to their employers to shift their schedule. Well, I talked to one woman who was looking into Airbnb for the three-week closure. Well, she realized things weren't going to work out with an Airbnb we'll talk to her at three forty seven. All right. Let's talk about your drive.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"So does it some point? And I'm not sure exactly how how the business works in feel free to not go into it. If you don't want to. But I'm curious does does this scale down to small farmers. Farmers market type farmers at some point. How is that available m super happy you asked that actually get that's actually how we got into this in the first place was with a grant from the Bill Gates foundation in the idea was going back to the numbers. I Senator earlier, okay? Fine releasing between a third and a half here in the United States. That's tragic. Don't open countries losing eighty ninety percent of what they're growing and the reason for that being they don't have the sophisticated refrigerant supply chain that we operate in route to reduce those losses. And so, you know refrigeration works by basically slowing down. You know, thermodynamic Lee slowing down the rate that the clock is ticking inside the fruit, and what appeal is is an alternative way to do that which is to slow down the rate that oxygen is getting into the fruit because oxygen is the rate limiting reagents in the fruit development process. So by physically slowing down you're able to make the fruit last longer without refrigeration, and that's great for place in the world don't have refrigeration installed. And so we actually have developed versions of our formulations that we distribute and things that look like you think about like a little sugar pouch we distribute that powder a small farmer boils water. They mix the powder in Linda cool than than dip their mango into that little dry and now the last week long. And that yet. This was funny. I love the the magic analogy because you know, the magician all the hard work goes in behind the scenes preparing for the track measure, and then what you see on stage looks like magic. And I really do think that's a lot like appeal because you know, because you can't see taste feel that the, you know, the plant based perio- that we're applying to the surface you'd see in a leave to on your counter and one of them's still there fifteen weeks later, and the other one's in puddle on the counter it looks like magic. But all the all the hard work goes in behind the scenes of isolating those materials in creating the formulations in ways that are going to deliver that benefit that that you really can't see. Mild. Does this you know, other foods besides fruits and vegetables spoil, it is there some version of this that can be applied to everything. Yeah. I mean, when we think about our company, you know, every surface is an opportunity, you know, living living systems are constantly if you think about it, right? Every form life on this planet has some form protective barrier winter whether it's human skin reptilian scales. Your skin on a apple peel on an orange everything has a protective barrier. And what we're saying is if we're going to put those things, you know, those things are having challenges in rather than go into a lab and make up new chemistries to solve you know, solve old problems. Why don't we just look into the natural world to see which molecules nature's already using to solve those problems less extracted. Isolate those materials let's create formulations at solve those problems. Because if we use those materials the materials that nature is is is used. To recycling and reusing in rebuilding the different things than when we put the materials into the environment. Nature's gonna use them like it would otherwise in. We're not gonna cause any negative externalities in the system. So our, you know, our our mission is accompanied goes beyond just addressing the food loss in food waste issue. And we're really mood really believed that we're point in human development where we have the opportunity to look into the natural world to see how nature solving problems in just to literally cutting copy the solutions to solve problems for for people. What what about humans? I, you know, my three kids are aging me so fast. He's there. And it's my wife doesn't even really pay attention to me anymore, which I don't want her for is there something I could apply or drink. It could you figured it out. Yeah. We we've we've already we've already got a name for Thomas sex appeal. That's great. Yeah. I haven't heard that. We're Else normal. on the emerging team's gonna kill me..

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KGO 810

"Grows doctors who are nothing with disease don't believe the patients that's why i asked the patient to make sophie's he had seen this doctor by the way outside of moscow i'd seen at least ten patients with the same presentation before and it can be extremely confusing the parasitic worm is normally found in dogs and other carnivores entering the body body as larva through a mosquito bite according to the cdc humans may become accidental hosts it is rare in humans so don't worry about getting this tomorrow when you get bitten by a mosquito just saying it's really gross speaking mosquitoes not the onion real headline you'll get it when i get to the end of this headline fox news dot com real headline bill gates donates four million dollars to create mosquitoes that kill each other using sacks gonna create killer mosquitoes to destroy each other through sex that's right it's a bowl bid to curb malaria and the bill gates foundation's gonna do this genetically modified male mosquitoes that meet with their female counterparts in the wild only female mosquito bite so the gene engineer male mosquitoes would be safety humans has a self limiting gene built and i don't believe it i've seen too many sci fi movies and i'm scared speaking of scary is when this happens this also was all over the internet real headline university apologizes for using nazi generals.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Around on shelves story number two takes us to a bill gates foundation staff and you bill and melinda gates and i don't believe he thought he was being recorded someone recorded this on a cell phone it sounds like the audio has now been given to nbc and now it's been given to the ron and don show and during a q and a at the foundation someone asked him if he met the president and bill gates was playing to the room and this is as funny and loses i think i've ever heard him on tape i find it very enjoyable i walked in his first sadness kind of throwing me off he said here's thing you don't like what trump is doing and i thought wow your trump so i don't know partying warm was expected he says say you're not doing things right if you're on the right side or the left side of the aisle that's still funny he is played to the room and who thought that bill gates could be could be that interesting but he cut this part also where he talked about donald trump knowing a lot about his daughter's appearances daughter is an equestrian i guess there was an equestrian event at a trump property down in florida she's like nationally ranked i think as a jumper and this is what he had to say about that my daughter jennifer because from this showed thing down in florida infection often often and was being supervised i talked to him it was actually kind of scary how well he knew how much you know about my daughter's appearance well that is odd well i don't really have a comment about the my comment about this would be he just bought his daughter a horse farm a whole hog horse farm like spent tens of millions of dollars on a horse for i remember he and melinda talking to number of years ago about the fact that they have these letters that people signed and a number of years ago it was about it was up to one hundred seventy seven letters i think where people say i want to give away the majority of my wealth now or the majority of my wealth after i pass and i'm gonna give it to the bill and melinda gates foundation because i understand in perpetuity that they're going to be good stewards of my money and bill gates.

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"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"bill gates foundation" Discussed on KELO

"Sometimes good things come out of these bad things but i swear you know we need to uh we need to wake up as to who is doing the calling in this country and a lot of them are just government i mean we're not i mean i i would wish that donald trump could make a statement about it but he would have to name some of his rich friends because they're the ones doing at the superpredators are the super rich people in hollywood or predators people in government or predators and it's all issue of their basically calling out each other for blackmail and eventually is going to go right to the top mark my words go to is it low leinna what leinna in walton idalina you're on ground zero i am anka's wondering if you knew about the uh bill gates's foundation in india i think is foundation is named gaby india actually charged the foundation with a medical ethics violation of first do no harm when they knowingly killed more than forty seven thousand children with their vaccinations i didn't know about goblins your words and i think balawi malawi they were ordering officials there to actually a give vaccinations at gunpoint to the kids he ended a vaccine that they used for polio that they want to eradicate in the world is oral polio which they know causes polio run yeah i don't know but that i haven't heard that can you give me permission about really 100 resigation he really has actually been charged um the and foundation has been charged from the indian government with first do no harm a medical ethics violation the mayor and allowed back in india it would at the point when i was researching the in december of two thousand sixteen so it's i don't know if he's greece and that's clubs yet to get the foundation back in or not but uh uh and and the vaccines it goes deeper than that did you know that all every vaccine but as a mandatory vaccine for children has a federal excise tax but the vaccines that they use for the military does not remember and an excise taxes are between 275 and twenty to seventy five times more and you mentioned the now bring cuba rock obama we can no longer assume of these companies these uh these companies that make the.

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