Bill Gates just sent a surprising message to the World Economic Forum

Microsoft founder Bill Gates is one of the richest and most powerful men in the entire world and with great power comes great responsibility.

World Economic Forum membership – which includes Gates – hasn’t always lived up to that.

But Bill Gates just sent a surprising message to the World Economic Forum.

As Spiderman says, with great power comes great responsibility.

Unfortunately, Bill Gates is using his power to urge American leaders to get in bed with an enemy to America.

History of Bill Gates’ politics

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has never made many secrets of his left-leaning politics.

But over the years, he’s become more overt in using his money, power and influence to shove a radical left-wing agenda down the throats of Americans.

The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation pours multi-millions of dollars into woke causes.

Last year, Bill Gates spent months working over Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, trying to get him to change his mind about supporting President Joe Biden’s bank-busting “Build Back Better,” spending grab bag of woke goodies.

Gates’ influence paid off for Democrats, as in the end, both Manchin and Arizona Sen. Krysten Sinema – both voted in favor of the ironically named, “Inflation Reduction Act.”

The irony comes from the fact that inflation actually increased following the passing of the bill – and the federal reserve is still trying to take measures to lower inflation nearly a half-year later.

Gates is a big fan of China

But Gates is far from done with his influence peddling.

Now the World Economic Forum member is advocating U.S. leaders to forge a more cordial relationship with China.

While in Australia, the multi-billionaire said America should team up with Australia to work with the Chinese Communist Party on some of the issues dearest to his heart – like so-called, “climate change.”

As the Epoch Times is reporting, Gates even praised the human-rights violating country.

“I see China’s rise as a huge win for the world … the current mentality of the U.S. to China—and which is reciprocated—is kind of a lose-lose mentality,” Gates said at the Lowy Institute in Sydney. “That could be very self-fulfilling in a very negative way.” “We’re all in this together.

We’re humans. We innovate together and we have to change the modern industrial economy together in a pretty dramatic fashion.”

Why the China love?

One can’t help but wonder if Gates truly believes China is the key to protecting the environment and medical research advances.

Or, does he respect the Communist dictatorship for its ability to enforce its agenda without a pesky constitutional republic getting in the way?

Or, could it have something to do with making more money?

China has nearly 1.5-Billion residents.

That’s a lot of potential Microsoft Office software buyers that may have Gates seeing dollar signs.

No matter the reason, Gates is turning a blind eye to China’s human rights atrocities, which have only worsened in recent months.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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