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Bill Gates challenges Larry Fink's ownership of America
Wearing a large floppy hat and bib overalls, holding a pitchfork, standing in the middle of his newly purchased 2000 acres of South Dakota farmland, Bill Gates spoke with NBC and CBS reporters.
“I’ve put in an offer to buy the corporation called The United States of America,” he said. “Looking at their debit sheet, and predicting what our research will show about their unfunded future liabilities, I believe I can come in with a much lower number than people would imagine.”
Gates didn’t name a figure, but several Wall St. investment fund executives have estimated Gates would make a bid of $300 trillion. However, one prominent businessman stands in his way:
Larry Fink, the chairman and CEO of BlackRock, the investment company with $10 trillion under management. According to CIA data released through a 2017 FOIA suit, Fink and several partners have been working to close their own deal to purchase the US.
There is speculation that Gates will approach Fink and try to merge their offers. One Goldman analyst told NBC both men could possibly swing a proposal by partnering with the Rockefeller Fund and the Swiss Bank of International Settlements.
“But,” the analyst said, “the US Federal Reserve could also enter the picture, if it produces documents showing it is actually a non-governmental private consortium. In that case, it might still be able to create money, enough to make Mr. Gates’ offer solid and realistic.”
The question is, with that many partners, would Gates himself be able to exert operational control of the USA?
Gates said, “The one thing I have that no one else does is a position staked out inside people’s bodies. Vaccines. With new advances in nanotechnology, we are able to insert tiny transmitters and receivers inside humans. In other words, we can influence thought and behavior. You need that if you’re going to run a corporation as large as the US. You need a deep level of consensus shaped for the Common Good.”
When asked about Gates’ offer to buy the US, Larry Fink stated, “Bill is trying to make a deal without understanding vital details. For example, how many humans are actually bots? You can’t properly assess the value of a corporation until you know for certain how many of its employees are real. Suppose the US census figure of 330 million is way off the mark? It might actually be 100 million. I’m talking about aware humans. It might be far less. 10 million.”
Dr. Anthony Fauci, who recently resigned his government position to join the Gates Foundation, told reporters, “Bill is absolutely right about vaccines. You can’t sustain human life without them. Civilization, in a real sense, IS vaccines. So Bill is already in a very strong position.”
Global financier George Soros made the following assessment: “Gates and his partners step in, make an offer, the offer is accepted---and then Bill’s first move would be to declare a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. This would force a radical reorganization of the USA. All bets would be off. He’d insist on a translation of all federal law into corporate regulation, which is more efficient. Then he would really have something. I can offer my expertise. I ran the Ukraine for more than 20 years. Per capita, it was one of the most prosperous nations in the world, until Putin invaded.”
Reached for comment, President Obama stated, “Don’t forget the Chinese. They may come in with an offer to purchase, too. And President Biden will have an inside track there. I’m told the Chinese government is particularly sensitive to the question of reparations and the unpaid long-standing bill owed to every Black American. Beijing’s handling of the 2019 NBA Hong Kong crisis was a model of even-handed consistency.”
Yesterday, NY Times op-ed writer, Francis Swiz, wrote: “To say these enormous purchase proposals could affect the outcome of the upcoming election midterms would be a vast understatement. Yet despite appearances, the offers to buy the US are not coming from the political left or the right. They signal the bold emergence, front and center, of a previously muted voice: Globalism, the true populist philosophy of our age. This voice calls for unity in a desperate time. Unity---the dream of every civilization down through the long corridor of history. We should take the hand that is being held out to save us from drowning. Now.”
Paul Michael Joseph Scroton, professor of American History at Georgetown, and former leader of the M-21 cell of the Weather Underground, tweeted: “A Bill Gates Corporation of the USA will guarantee an equal outcome for every one of its citizen employees. We need Days of Rage in American cities to force the issue.”
Mr. Gates replied, “Let the USA Corporation grow like the garden I’m planting in South Dakota. We’ll finally be able to lower energy production and use from coast to coast, and keep lowering it until we meet all the necessary standards for halting climate change. As we stay home and lock down, television and the internet will replace gasoline.”
California Governor and 2024 Presidential candidate, Gavin Newsom, offered a unique assessment. Pacing the aisle of a joint session of the state legislature, microphone in hand, looking very much like Gordon Gekko in Oliver Stone’s 1987 film, Wall Street, Newsom remarked: “Actually, buying the US is a much simpler proposition than people realize. For example, our state has been running deeply in the red for many decades. Our debt plus future liabilities are approaching a trillion dollars. Yet we continue to operate and pass new budgets and spend money. As long as we continue to collect taxes, investment houses like Goldman will underwrite our debt. Bill Gates can finance the purchase of the US with future taxes. Every person in America, as an employee of the USA Corporation, will be paid a salary and also taxed, at a rate of, say, 55%. That would do it. Debt is good. Debt is right, debt works. Debt clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Debt for life has marked the upward surge of mankind. And debt, you mark my words, will not only save California, but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA.”
Bill Clinton, who is launching a new company, Ubermensch Eats, offered an analysis of the Gates takeover bid: “It all comes down to the money. We say a person ‘has’ money. But that depends on the meaning that ‘has’ has. Does the person own money, or does it pass through his hands? Money is really a fluid. We can direct the flow. Employee salaries, taxes, they’re really choices. That’s all we’re dealing with. Corporate choices. So Bill Gates can make a dollar proposal to purchase the USA, but he’s just redirecting the flow of money. Present and future money. If people are confident in his corporate stewardship, that’s all he and Larry Fink need. Of course, they’ll want consultants on board who have their own unique CEO experience. Barack and I are ready to lend our support. I was the first Black President, Barack was the second. We understand the plight of the disaffected and the underserved. They are never far from our minds. They are always in our prayers. Barack and Michelle are two of the most caring human beings I know. They purchased their sprawling oceanfront home on Martha’s Vineyard so that, in the event of a tsunami caused by global warming, they would be among the first to go. They want to stand as symbols in our struggle to turn back climate change. I firmly believe Bill Gates, as the new owner of the USA, would solve the climate problem, as he directs the currents of money in this direction and that direction, preserving humanity’s beachhead on this planet…”
Mark Zuckerberg added: “In the ordinary universe, everything is GOVERNMENT. However, in the higher Metaverse, it’s all CORPORATE. Corporate runs government. I had my people at Facebook open a portal into the Metaverse so people everywhere would be watching us, watching every move we owners make here at the meta level, at PLANET CORPORATE. We want absolute transparency. No more secrets…no more sleeping masses. With goggles and a helmet, you can watch us, the owners of the USA, lead the way along a path of more and more likes…”
-- Jon Rappoport
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