It Might Be Bill Gates vs. Elon Musk For 2023 Supervillain Of The Year!
Bill Gates, the world’s renowned virus designer and vaccine salesman, has opened the James Bond villain campaign of 2023 with a not-so-gentle poke at his long-time rival, famous African-American Elon Musk, advising him to pull the money from his plans to colonize Mars and join him in jabbing the survivors of the first round of COVID vaccines.
“At the end of the day I don’t think he’ll, other than going to Mars a few times, which might cost a little bit, I don’t think he’ll want to spend it on himself,” Gates said in an interview with the BBC’s Amol Rajan, snarking at Musk’s plans to have SpaceX send a crewed flight to Mars by 2030. “So yeah, someday I think he will join the rank of philanthropists using his ingenuity.”
“It’s actually quite expensive to go to Mars. You can buy measles vaccines and save lives for $1,000 per life saved. And so [that] just kind of grounds you, as in – don’t go to Mars.”
Gates, the man who took the words “Micro” and “Soft” out of the pornographic obscurity of the walls of public restrooms and proudly marshaled them into the public sphere, went on to elaborate further:
“As a philanthropist and not the devil, I would like to point out that saving the people from the economic and ecological conditions we’ve worked so hard to create on this planet does not do much to save the planet from the people.”
Musk’s SpaceX program has achieved surprising success in outer space travel by introducing a concept of landing gear, which greatly increased the chances of being able to reuse the spacecraft, compared to the traditional “fly it 20 miles into the air and let it drop” approach.
This idea was welcomed rather harshly by the government space program insiders. ” Space rockets are built to go into space. If we need rockets to go to earth, we’d be building earth rockets!”
Musk, on the other hand, has been very optimistic about the success of his space program, fully expecting to put people on Mars and likely outside of the 6-ft distancing system within the next decade.
This seems to be greatly upsetting the world’s foremost “vaccine ” proponent and Jeffrey Epstein-chartered-travel enthusiast.
“Some day I think he will join the rank of philanthropists, using his ingenuity,’ Gates said of Musk. ‘Obviously, things like Tesla have a positive impact even without being a form of philanthropy.”
As though buying Twitter and reopening it as a free speech platform isn’t also a philanthropic endeavor.
Gates last year made more than 17 billion dollars by shorting Tesla’s stocks and, in response, was cruelly and mercilessly abused by internet commenters comparing him to a pregnant man emoji. Bullies and trolls delighted in highlighting Gates’ physique, often noting he resembles a prepubescent boy in a third-trimester of pregnancy.
For example, there was this vicious smear artist right out of the James Bond film archive…
Following that dastardly attack on Gates’ sex appeal, Musk did say he he was “moving on from making fun of Gates for shorting Tesla while claiming to support climate change action.”
It was clear the scolding would continue with the BBC’s Rajan egging the Microsoft founder on.
“While going to Mars is important, I still have not seen a proposal from Mr. Musk on proper tracking of the vaccination status of people leaving the atmosphere,” Gates said irritably.
With grave concern in his voice, Mr. Gates went on to explain that allowing an unknown number of people to break completely unplanned future contagion control and prevention protocols of the completely unplanned future pandemics will not only endanger the health and well-being of the human race but will likely make Mr. Musk a superspreader of galactic proportions of the completely unplanned and not developed by the completely nonexistent and not sponsored by Mr. Gates gain-of-function/chemical weapons laboratories.
Just kidding. But this was supervillain-y enough…
Mr Gates also spoke of his surprise at becoming the face of conspiracy theories during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“I did not expect that,” he said, referring to suggestions he profited from the virus, or started it himself.
“During the pandemic, there were tens of millions of messages that I intentionally caused it, or I’m tracking people. It’s true I’m involved with vaccines, but I’m involved with vaccines to save lives.
“These messages sort of inverted that. I guess people are looking for the ‘boogeyman’ behind the curtain, the over-simplistic explanation. Malevolence is a lot easier to understand than biology.”
Mr Gates also spoke about how he, like many other philanthropists, met sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein.
“I’m certainly more careful now than back when I did that. I’ll do a little more due diligence. I may make a mistake again. I’m out in the world and I’m not trying to be a recluse.”
We can only presume Musk is admitting his guilt for a villainous lack of Bill Gates-style philanthropy. Recent tweets by the Tesla/Twitter/SpaceX/OpenAI entrepreneur were too busy celebrating the recent SpaceX launches and commenting on government abuses of Twitter under his predecessors’ management to engage with Gates.