This Ted Talk was done by Bill Gates in 2015, which is a fallacy in itself. He is using leading rhetoric in order to sway his audience base to see his side. Which is; “we need to worry about something that might happen, because of things that have happened.” Terms like, “most likely” are a form a leading rhetoric that helps the viewer or reader draw the conclusion the speaker or writer is trying to portray. The way he was talking makes me feel like I should be worried about something, which is bacteria, something I can’t see. He also uses Ad Populum based on opinion rather than fact. Using other terms like “would be greater”, when referencing to the amount of deaths that could come following a “pandemic”, there is no way for that prediction to be made. There are to many underlining variables in the case of a bio-contaminated area. He also used a red-herring fallacy when he compared how we as a country prepare for war and respond to war, and how we need to take this same approach to things like bacterias. There is no way to predict “viruses” , like the current virus, unless they are creating these viruses? COVID19 has evidence suggesting that it was created in a biochemical lab.
In a news article from The Guardian; US Secretary of State Pompeo said: “There is enormous evidence that that’s where this began,” later adding: “I can tell you that there is a significant amount of evidence that this came from that laboratory in Wuhan.”
I find it strange that a computer scientist wants to vaccinate me, anyone else?
Anyways, Bill Gates has been talking about depopulating the world for years, he has a history of human rights violations in under developed countries. Just Google it and sift through all the different news articles about it. He has also talked about it in a few of his speeches.