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Roll-out of Ebola Patent, Bill Gates Announcement & His U.N. Speech

I sent my client the following information. My client is a prominent academician at a university well known for research in the field of public health. Actually, it was the follow-up to my telling him that the U.S.G. & the CDC owned the patent on a manufactured strain of Ebola. He didn't believe me. So I said I would send him the patent number, along with the abstract it came with.

After doing that, he said that I was right about it. That it seemed to be a patent to a strain of Ebola that was man-made. I responded back by saying "yes, its so the patent owners could reap the royalties from any vaccine that was later developed." (i.e. probably developed beforehand). 

Here's how the rest of that e-mail went...

Ebola Patent No. CA2741523A1

Well, Professor, it seems to me, having a patent on something like the Ebola virus/Marburg virus means that it positions the party that owns such patent to reap the benefit(s) that is derived through products that will be associated to its creation (i.e. vaccine(s)).

There is certainly more to it that this. But "Conspiracy analysts" connect the dots in this way:

1) The Ebola patent filing date was October 26, 2009 & published April 29 2010.

2) On September 10, 2010, Bill Gates announced that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will spend $50 million on Ebola to develop vaccines & provide supplies.

3) Bill Gates has said in a speech (2011) at the U.N., of which, as you know the World Health Organization is a functioning arm, the following:

"And for all 193 member States, you must make vaccines a high priority in your health systems, to ensure that all your children have access to all vaccines now & to the new vaccines that have recently become available."--Bill Gates U.N. Speech -

I don't think Bill Gates is so willing to just give away 50 million dollars, but would rather view it as a Return on Investment (ROI).

He responded by saying he would prefer to not have such a cynical view, as Bill Gates has contributed much for the betterment of humanity. Obviously, did not like my analysis of the conspiracy.



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