Bill Gates’ prediction about a possible biological warfare with smallpox that could become reality

With the recent arrival of an outbreak in several countries with the so-called monkeypox, an interview from 2021 resurfaced in which Bill Gates spoke with Jeremy Hunt, a member of the British Parliament and anticipated some possible terrorist attacks that would involve this infectious disease.

In that interview, the founder of Microsoft gave a possible solution to prevent that from happening.

“Governments around the world would have to play germ games,” Gates said. Furthermore, he insisted at the time that if people lived in constant bond with various bacteria, they would be able to develop great defensive barriers to combat them and it would be simpler to respond to attacks.

“What if a bioterrorist brought smallpox to ten airports? Do you know how the world would respond to that?”, Were some questions raised by the American tycoon and which he himself answered. “Epidemics caused by bioterrorism could be much worse than what we are experiencing today,” Gates said.

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Currently, that interview was replicated by various international media, because, as happened with covid-19, the founder of Microsoft insisted on the need for world leaders to be prepared to face any virus that is released with the intent to harm other human beings.

That Bill Gates forecast went viral again on social networks and generated a variety of comments. While some support the tycoon and hold governments accountable, others accuse him of various conspiracy theories and of being behind the current monkeypox outbreak.

Also read: Monkeypox: how it is transmitted, what the symptoms are and what to do to avoid getting infected

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Bill Gates’ prediction about a possible biological warfare with smallpox that could become reality