Bill Gates predicts that the next pandemic will be artificial and intentionally created: what solution does he propose

Bill Gates He is best known for being the founder of the mega-tech company Microsoft, but the American tycoon and billionaire also became a in one of the renowned voices for his predictions regarding the future of humanity. For example, he became very involved in the different debates during the Covid-19 pandemic and even came to financially help various institutions that promoted the development of vaccines.

Although his predictions were not always welcome. In fact, recently, some doctors criticized his position on how to handle the pandemic. The doctors warned about the political influence of the book and how it gives way to more aggressive policies for the prevention of a pandemic

Now, Bill Gates spoke again on the subject and explained why sees possible that a new pandemic will arrive but, this time, planned.

Bill Gates’ prediction of the next pandemic

In an interview with the BBC, Bill Gates believes that The next challenge humanity will face is bioterrorism.. This term refers to “the intentional release of biological agents or toxins for the purpose of harming or killing human beingsanimals or plants with the intention of intimidating or coercing a government or a civil population to promote political or social objectives”.

“We must be ready ‘at any cost’ to stop disasters like smallpox terrorist attacks”I explain Gatesreferring to the danger of bioterrorists.“What if a bioterrorist brought smallpox to 10 or more airports?” he wondered. “Hay epidemics caused naturally, and others caused by bioterrorism that could even be worse than what we experience today,” added the tycoon.

The businessman even published a book titled “How to prevent the next pandemic” in 2022, which argues that pandemics are the greatest threat to humanity and the only salvation is to devise a global preparedness strategy. That is why he claims that countries must invest in research and development to avoid these potential disasters.