Bill and Melinda Gates appeared at the 2015 World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting at Davos to push their campaign “to sign up millions of people via email to press for clean water, better education, renewable energy and online banking in the developing countries.”
Bill predicted that by 2030 HIV/AIDS patients may be subject to “a one-year [drug] treatment period.
After that you won’t need treatment anymore.
These tools will be invented in that 15 year period.”
During the talk, an obviously staged interruption was made by a pre-recorded video interview of Stephen Hawking urging the audience to support the Gates’ new campaign.
Hawking said: “I am very aware of the passage of time.
Seize the moment.
At one point I thought I would see the end of physics but now I know that the wonder of discovery will go on.
Humanity needs to slow down global warming, invest in renewable energy and clean water.
We are all travelling through time.
Let us make the future a place we’d want to visit.”
Three years ago, Bill spoke at the 2012 International AIDS Conference (IAC) to 40,000 of the world’s leading scientists, researchers and advocates on the topics of HIV vaccines, preventative measures and public policy.
Gates asserted that the UN is showing that HIV/AIDS is still “a problem” globally.
While wealthy, industrialized nations, like the US, are the backbone of funding and research and development, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) have pledged $2.5 billion in HIV grants directly to the UN’s Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria .
The BMGF has been in talks with pharmaceutical corporations like Merck to assist in funding an HIV vaccine; as well as support the use of citizens in under-developed nations for “a series of clinical trials” to ensure that an immunization is approved for global use.
Interestingly, Merck was involved in an investigation in Southeast Asia regarding the surfacing of an AIDS-like virus that was found in an area they had been conducting clinical testing on a potential HIV/AIDS vaccine on participants.
Sarah Browne, scientist with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (IAID) said that this new virus did not spread the same way as AIDS traditionally does.
Browne led the team of researchers in Thailand and Taiwan where the disease made its first appearance.
The disease was shown to possibly be genetically directed at people of Asian descent; even those living in the US.
Browne concluded that the new AIDS virus caused those infected to produce autoantibodies that block interferon-gamma, a chemical signal that assists the human body in fighting infections.
The new AIDS targets this chemical and leaves the victim unable to fight off any infection – leaving the person vulnerable to developing deadly sicknesses from even the common cold.
Browne said this new AIDS is “adult-onset” because “we do not know what’s causing [people] to make these antibodies.”
Foundations are building relationships with corporations like AIDS United and Johnson&Johnson , to oversee prevention measures and healthcare services in “high-risk communities”; specifically areas dominated by African-Americans in America.
The concept of the GENERATIONS program will secure financial monies to pharmaceutical corporations for development and distribution of HIV related information, education, technical assistance and the training of local evaluators to come into “high-risk communities”.
GENERATIONS programs is expected to be used all across America and eventually worldwide.