Bill Gates Allegedly Wanted Epstein’s Connections to Get The Nobel Peace Prize

 

Bill Gates is a perfect example of what happens when you pretend to be a nerdy messiah and tell people how to live their lives. 

If you try and take away our beef, we will beef even harder. When you tell Americans that we need to dim the sun, we will dig up every dark hidden secret you have and bring it to light.

Bill will be a cautionary tale for years to come. 

As if things couldn’t get any worse, former employees of his foundation are coming forward and telling the truth about what it was like to work for the billionaire philanthropist. 

It turns out that Bill Gates was trying to use registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s connections to land the mother of all ego trips, a Nobel Peace Prize. According to staffers, it was something that Bill wanted more than anything else in the world. 

The Daily Beast did a great piece on this.

Bill Gates enjoyed holding court at Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion, allegedly seeking refuge from his marriage and talking with the sex offender’s circle of high-profile dinner guests about philanthropy and other worldly topics.

But the Microsoft mogul may have been angling for another perk by networking with Epstein: Gates hoped the well-connected pervert could help him secure the Nobel Peace Prize, one former Gates Foundation employee told The Daily Beast.

The Nobel Peace Prize used to go to deserving individuals that contributed most to humanity. These days, it’s more of a political and networking-driven enterprise. If you doubt it, remember, Barack Obama won it. For doing absolutely nothing.

According to reports, Bill Gates was obsessed with getting his hands on the coveted prize to the point that he commissioned staff to help with ongoing efforts to get it.

The problem that Gates was running into was simple. Nobody liked him, and no one wanted to be his friend.

As horrible of a person as Epstein was, his rapport and ability to make friends and connections with influential people was legendary. No wonder Bill needed Epstein’s help.

Unsurprisingly, Gate’s spokesperson denied these allegations. Gates declares that he would have turned down all offers from Epstein for help in getting the prize.

A spokesperson for Bill Gates, however, denied the billionaire philanthropist was seeking Epstein’s help in obtaining the award.

“While a Nobel Prize would certainly be a great honor, it is false to state that Bill Gates was ‘obsessed’ with the honor, set it as a goal, or campaigned for it in any way,” the spokesperson told The Daily Beast.

“If Epstein had a plan or motivation to insert himself into any processes related to any awards or honors on behalf of Gates, neither Gates nor anyone he works with was aware of his intentions and they would have rejected any offers for assistance.”

Bill’s team is trying to convince the public that if he had known Epstein was trying to help him, he would have refused it. 

That turns out to be untrue. Thanks to our European media friends DN Magasinet we know that Bill Gates went with Jeffrey to meet with the chair of the Nobel Committee, Thorbjorn Jagland. 

Not only did Jagland meet Epstein, he hosted him at his lavish residence in Strasbourg, France. At the time, Jagland was the sitting chair of the committee, which awards the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize. Also present: a philanthropist touted as a possible Prize recipient.

According to the sources, Gates and his assistants were already present when the representatives of IPI arrived. Epstein, who knew Gates, was the person who introduced the billionaire to IPI.

Things keep getting worse for Bill Gates. It’s never fun when the day of reckoning comes, but it proves the adage true. “What is done in the darkness will eventually come to light.”

Could this be the real reason Bill was trying to dim the sun?

 

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