‘Gates’ of Vienna?

Latvian anti-EU protest in Riga, Sept 2015


The BBC is normally keen to report the words of mega-wealthy philanthropist Bill Gates…no so keen today for some reason as he ponders Europe’s future as it drowns in immigration….

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has warned that Africa’s population explosion will overwhelm Europe unless the continent makes it more difficult for migrants to reach its shores.

Gates also spoke of a dilemma caused by ‘the German attitude to refugees’, referring to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to open Europe’s borders to illegal migrants arriving from the third world.

“On the one hand you want to demonstrate generosity and take in refugees, but the more generous you are, the more word gets around about this — which in turn motivates more people to leave Africa,” Gates told the Sunday newspaper.

“Germany cannot possibly take in the huge, massive number of people who are wanting to make their way to Europe.”

Because of this, Gates stressed that “Europe must make it more difficult for Africans to reach the continent via the current transit routes”.

Start by jailing the heads of the NGOs who provide a taxi service for economic migrants and of course those in the media who make it their job to pressurise governments into keeping the borders open despite the fact that this will clearly lead to the destruction of Europe as armies of unemployed and increasingly violent migrants roam Europe.


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22 Responses to ‘Gates’ of Vienna?

  1. Fedup says:

    So Gates supports Brexit – where we will be able to control and close our overwhelmed borders to these hoards of Africans on their way across the EU.

    I notice al beeb is happily carrying stories about Italy bitching about being overwhelmed with Libyans and others who have been saved by NGOs and snowflake navys ( e.g. The irish !) and dumped on their shores in their hundreds of thousands .


  2. lojolondon says:

    Yes, the silence is deafening – not just on the B-BBC but almost every MSM outlet.


  3. MarkyMark says:

    Google Search “Bill Gates Slams”

    Bill Gates slams govts and industry over poverty disease funding “failure” | pharmaletter.com 2001
    Bill Gates slams Google’s Project Loon initiative | TheINQUIRER 2013
    Bill Gates Slams Capitalism – YouTube | Fox 2015
    Bill Gates: US ‘should take more’ refugees – BBC News [Jan 2016]
    The billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has told the BBC that the United States “should set a better example” by taking in more refugees.” (similar to Merkel saying all refugees welcome?)
    Bill Gates appreciates Trudeau’s effort for immigration, refugees and business | immigrationnews Oct 2016
    Bill Gates Slams Donald Trump-Style Protectionism | Fortune.com 2017
    Bill Gates: Europe Will Be Overwhelmed Unless It Stems Flow of Migrants | Breitbart Jul 2017

    And now …. Relating to Bill Gates: Europe Will Be Overwhelmed Unless It Stems Flow of Migrants | Breitbart Jul 2017

    so now we can talk about it because the rich and famous see a problem, wonder if Bill Gates has holiday homes in Italy or have some of Gate’s NGOs been reported for aiding/causing the problem?


    • john in cheshire says:

      Who elected Mr Gates to speak on their behalf?


      • Grant says:


        Quite agree. If Gates, that prat Zuckerberg and all the others want to be taken seriously they should stand for election. Otherwise their opinions are no more relevant than anyone elses.


    • Doublethinker says:

      I had always assumed that Gates was on a guilt trip with all his virtue signalling about migrants. Now he comes up with a comment that anyone with half a brain could easily have foreseen years ago, if we keep on taking migrants we will be overwhelmed. Of course he makes no reference to all the other problems that these aliens bring with them. It isn’t just their enormous numbers but also the way in which they will destroy our culture and life style. Gates can’t be entirely stupid so it seems likely that he has finally overcome his guilt feelings and plucked up the courage to say what has probably been on his mind for years. Better late than never , even if it is only half the truth. Let us hope that some other of the wealthy and the luvvies finally find the courage to tell the truth. Then we might see a few snowflakes realising what preposterous and self harming position they have been taking on the whole question of migration.


  4. Rob in Cheshire says:

    Maybe Gates has finally realised that Leftists are boring, and he doesn’t want to be invited to their parties any more.


  5. Cranmer says:

    I’m just waiting for the garden at Toynbee’s Tuscan villa to get trashed by armies of migrants tramping through it. Then we’d hear a change of heart from her as well…


  6. Tom_Kenny says:

    “jailing the heads of the NGOs” and “those in the media”

    Which named individuals do you think should be jailed?

    Alan please let’s keep the site focused on BBC bias rather than become a parade ground for right-wing-nutjobbery.


  7. Manxman says:

    Intern the lot of them together, ngo goons bbc journo’s etc and immigrants, you did it last time to your enemies of the state. see how long they stay bestie’s all in it together for.

    Just pick a different island this time, i hear Jersey is nice.


  8. StewGreen says:

    Grenfell residents motto
    “Ask not what YOU can do for THEIR country
    ……. Ask what THEIR country can do for YOU !”

    … Are the newspapers full of stories of what great asset Grenfell residents were/are ?
    …great doctors/engineers/lawyers etc.


  9. Al Shubtill says:

    Gates should stop funding all these medical centres in Africa, causing the population of the continent to increase far more quickly than it otherwise would.


  10. Martin Pinder says:

    Does anyone really believe him? He’s always been on the progressive side before. Watch him flip flop.


  11. EnglandExpects says:

    Africa presents a huge problem for Europe and I see no solution other than as Gates puts it, closing off the transit routes. It may be a late conversion on his part but it’s accurate. The more we do to combat diseases such as malaria and reduce African infant mortality, the more explosive population growth will become. The modest increases in African economic growth due to the introduction of free markets and global trade connectivity also backfire. Young Africans get mobile phones, surf the net and realise that Europe offers much more .
    Then we have the ineptitude and suicidal instincts of the EU in not tackling the migration flows . The BBC and others stir the pot by presenting the complex problem as purely a humanitarian issue.
    Just what sort of society ‘no borders’ lefties want their descendants to live in defeats me. The lessons of history about mass migrations of poorer people to richer but irresolute societies are clear. The migrants destroy the society that attracted them in the first place. This is essentially what happened to the Roman Empire. It is being repeated.
    On top if it all we have similar forces at work in the Middle East with the added ingredient of Islam. Of itself Islam is enough to destroy us.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Doing Moral Good (import all immigrants) – Causes Moral Decay (using moral relativism with conflicting traditions and laws from different countries).
      We would do better to build infrastructure (an audience member on BBC Question Time said the UK should do this rather than sending foreign aid) and help implement good governance rather than enforce tribal disputes … here are some of my suggestions ….

      Better by far to embrace the hard truth than a reassuring fable. If we crave some cosmic purpose, then let us find ourselves a worthy goal.
      – Carl Sagan

      1. Children are taught to grow their own food, build a working house and know basic first aid by age six.
      2. All prisons are at ZERO cost to the public and the victims – self sustaining in two year’s time.
      3. We recycle 99.9% of all items and retain 50% of energy used within one year’s time – bottle banks are a thing of the past.
      4. We help build a major connecting road and at least two schools in any developing country that has asked for our help and expertise.
      5. Renewable energy at 110% in five year’s time – we export energy.
      6. Space station on the moon in ten year’s time – we are thinking beyond the planet, when we look up and see the moon we see humans within the stars.
      7. Conscription against Nature – the youth and unemployed will help develop either a national project or international project for one to two years of their lives.
      8. Citizens are taught to build, repair, develop, renew and experiment in the World.
      * some are bonkers, but a man’s got to dream!

      We have reached the point where we can change the World, or continue as before. We can set the same targets and work in the same framework or change the framework and targets. We are always developing and renewing ourselves in our own lifetime – let us take this chance now to set some goals and push ourselves to reach new heights.

      From hunters and foragers on the African plains gripped with fear of the seasons and skies to walking on the Moon and looking down on the pale blue dot that is Earth. We have yet further to travel when we let go of local misunderstandings and set ourselves some worthy goals.
      – Carl Sagan (re-written by me)


      • joeadamsmith says:

        Fair ideas….. Main complaint is that renewable energy is pie in the sky. A few Thorium reactors might help.


        • MarkyMark says:

          ‘renewable energy is pie in the sky’ – I do like Elon Musk’s comments – we have a nuclear reactor (the sun) on our door step that we can use.

          But I believe that it’s possible to head towards better renewables, but not by taxing and subsidising – but by education and research and having a society that wants to improve itself – that is not ashamed of making mistakes and builds on what our ancestors have achieved.

          Not throwing it all away on an ideology that has been proven to fail society in the long run.

          List of countries by oil exports (wiki link 2016)
          1 Saudi Arabia 6,880,000 (barrels per day)
          2 Russia 4,720,000
          3 Kuwait 2,750,000
          4 Iran 2,445,000
          5 Iraq 2,390,000
          6 Nigeria 2,341,000
          7 United Arab Emirates 2,142,000

          A modern world running on petrochemicals supplied by Islamic and/or Totalitarian Countries. A combustable mix.


          • Fedup says:

            It’s a long way from albeeb but the problem with Saudi is that we prefer the devil you know [ corrupt wahabbi arabs ] to whatever might replace the bastards. Also technological development of non oil energy sources is spurred on by expensive oil as opposed to historically low oil prices we are experiencing now because of shale and opecs need for a cash fix every day .
            When oil hits plus 100 dollars again we ll see the clever stuff like solar powered paint and roof tiles but until then it’s nuclear and gas.

            I look forward to the day when those who started the Islamic revolution which has infested the west are hanging from lampposts but not due any time soon unfortunately . And their cash will always find them a safe haven in a prostitute country like switzerland


            • MarkyMark says:

              Agreed it’s not quite Biased BBC – but then again it’s all connected. Wonder what the hearts and minds of the UK would be like if the BBC focused on some Worthy Goals rather than trying to convince us all that everyone has the same understanding of the World and just need to be loved and cuddled for 10 minutes.

              “Come here Kim Jong-un! Time for your ten minute cuddle, please put the nukes down – remember ‘Love trumps nukes!'”
              “Ah, can I play with the nukes just for ten minutes? Nukes do force other Countries to behave differently under fear! I will change to be good once I get what I want. Honest. ”
              Defectors use satellite images to identify North Korean mass graves {telegraph.co.uk Nov2016}
              The United Nations has repeatedly condemned(but done nothing) what it calls “systemic human rights abuse” in North Korea and has placed tough sanctions (North Korean leader still shows large army in 2017) on the secretive regime (so no idea what sanctions are doing)

              The even if the BBC focused on the history, as something that got us to where we are now – with all it’s mistakes and blunders…

              “When it can be said by any country in the world, my poor are happy, neither ignorance nor distress is to be found among them, my jails are empty of prisoners, my streets of beggars, the aged are not in want, the taxes are not oppressive, the rational world is my friend because I am the friend of happiness. When these things can be said, then may that country boast its constitution and government. Independence is my happiness, the world is my country and my religion is to do good.”
              ― Thomas Paine, Rights of Man (1791)


  12. NCBBC says:

    Actor and immigration activist George Clooney will move to Los Angeles with his wife Amal and newborn twins Ella and Alexander due to security concerns at his England estate, according to a report.



  13. chrisH says:

    Pretty sure that I remember The Gates Foundation lauding up Merkels compassionate response to the migrant hordes in autumn 2015. Sure enough, we got plenty of Evan Davis etc and co trumpeting the progressive and humane words of Bill and Melinda back then on all the usual BBC outlets and sluice pumps.
    Imagine my surprise then to not know of these comments….as if the BBC would rather we not hear them. So thanks for posting.