Bill Gates is another of those who suffers from a god-complex. He thinks that he is better than you, and because he has the money, then he can do whatever he wants.

When he visited the prime minister of Australia last year, he also brought with him one of his most treasured objects—one of his private jets. You know, one of those jets that releases 1800 litres of fuel every single hour. So, why does he think that he can lecture us about climate change, declaring himself a self-appointed globalist climate activist, when he is the one flying around in a private jet? So, why does he tell you that you, the one living at home, should be doing your best to conserve energy?

And while he continues to travel around the world in his private jets, a reporter for the BBC questioned him directly about why his climate action should be taken seriously [0.53 mark in the below footage]. Notwithstanding his use of a private plane, Gates made an effort to reassure the reporter that he is a part of the solution rather than the cause of the issue. For the globalist narcissistic hypocrites, you are the cause of the issue, and you are the problem.

BBC reporter Paul Murray: “What do you say to the charge that if you are a climate change campaigner, but you also travel around the world in a private jet, you’re a hypocrite.”

Bill Gates: “Well, I, I buy the golden standard of funding climb works to do direct air capture that far exceeds my family’s carbon footprint and I spend billions of dollars on climate innovation. So, you know, should I stay at home and come to Kenya and learn about farming and malaria. Anyway, I’m comfortable with the idea that not only am I not part of the problem by paying for the offsets but also through the billions that my breakthrough energy group is spending, that I’m part of the solution.”

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