Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Bill Gates Offers Prize For Inventing Condom Of The Future

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post

Finally, a technological breakthrough of epic proportions is about to take place within our lifetimes.

The ramifications of this new technological development could be felt (literally) in all corners of the world.

While the revolutionary invention mentioned above has yet to be introduced to the market, there is little doubt that a new and improved version of the condom will indeed find itself on shelves and on . . . other places . . . in the near future.

This is because the world’s favorite philanthropist, Bill Gates, has recently offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who is able to design a condom that is easier to wear, more cleverly packaged, or one that is able to overcome cultural differences.

The money, which is being offered by the famed Gates Foundation via the Grand Challenges in Global Health Program (GCGHP), is available to “anyone – students, scientists or entrepreneurs,” who is able to improve the condom in such a way.

The Gates Foundation even offers some hints as to what it is looking for. It states, “Additional concepts that might increase [condom usage] uptake include attributes that increase ease-of-use for male and female condoms, for example better packaging or designs that are easier to properly apply. In addition, attributes that address and overcome cultural barriers are also desired.”

Of course, it would be virtually impossible to argue against the development of a condom that was more effective or easier to use. Many may actually be hoping that this is one area in which Gates is successful. After all, there is certainly nothing wrong with scientific progress or enabling individuals to choose whether or not they have children and providing them a way to prevent the contraction of sexually transmitted diseases.

Yet, regardless of whether or not a Next Generation Prophylactic is a desirable outcome, it is also important for us to maintain a view as to Gates’ own motivation for such a development might be. Clearly, Gates is not interested in the sexual pleasure, convenience, or health of the millions of people who will be using the new condom.

The impetus for Gates’ allegedly philanthropic endeavor is, of course, his rabid desire to see a vastly reduced population, especially in the poorest areas of the world. Indeed, it is also an endeavor which, Gates says, leads him directly to vaccination programs.

After all, we must remember it was Bill Gates himself who stated as much publicly when he said, “The world today has 6.8 billion people ... that's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”

This would explain both the Gates Foundation’s and the Grand Challenges in Global Health Program’s obsession with vaccine-based efforts in developing nations. Indeed, the GCGHP’s own website lists 16 “Grand Challenges,” most of which are centered around the development or launch of vaccination programs and vaccines.

Likewise, Gates and his foundation are focused on the reduction of the global population via “family planning,” which is itself merely a cleverly developed euphemism for abortion and sterilization.

In the end, we must remember that the desire for a condom-of-the-future on the part of Bill Gates, whatever its benefits may be, is nothing more than an attempt to cover all bases in the ultimate goal of population reduction.

One other piece of advice - try not to think of Bill Gates while you’re using it.

Read other articles by Brandon Turbeville here.

Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor's Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of three books, Codex Alimentarius -- The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, and Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident. Turbeville has published over 200 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville's podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV.  He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) 


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Anonymous said...

Instead of condoms, why not just hang a photo of Bill Gates in every bedroom, every car and truck, in every whore house. There would be no need for a condom, the desire to have sex would be non-existant.

Bill Gates is a walking advertisement for why people should not have sex, meaning kids. Bill Gates needs to take one of his vaccines and go away.

Anonymous said...

Bill Gates is trying to join the Rothschild's & Rockefeller's clubs, but he is a scab on their butt as far as smarts & wealth is concerned, send off to Africa & hand him over to the relatives he has killed with his money! He is a sick man & a progressive working with those want to destroy the Constitution!

Nemetron 2000 said...

Those that still need proof that the concept of a "billionaire", and the concept of "insanity" are inseparable, need look no further than Bill (I'll paralyze and sterilize your kids with my vaccines) Gates.

Anonymous said...

The best birth control is still uplifting the impoverished and equality for women. It is statistically proven that as the living standard improves, less children are produced. So the elite that don't want the hordes to overpower them some day should stop financial abuse of the "developing" countries.

Anonymous said...

hmmm...that's easy...Billy boy needs a microwavable condom lubed with a flu vaccine and all his diabolical plans for population control would come to fruition.

Anonymous said...

There are a few tried-and-true birth control devices available other than condoms. A Cockle-Burr,for instance, is very effective: you put one in your shoe and it makes you limp!

A good-old Aspirin can be also be very effective: she simply holds one between her knees!

I've heard condoms are not all that safe anyway. A friend of mine was wearing one and he got hit by a bus!

MikeR said...

If only Gates Sr (or whoever was irresponsible for Billy's Error) had even known about ornery rubber, the world would be safer from this sort of idiocy... and we'd all be computing on AppleMacs

Anonymous said...

Mr gates, You proporse a million dollars to improve a comdom on TV .... You might be the richest man of the world, but you dont konw what you are doing... may be is a joke for you, you have nothing else to do... but people are worry about HIV and AIDS, not about a plastic who kills an sperm... you have to anticipate the cause of that, an ovum... but in the same time you have to eliminate God's will... What in the heck you think you are! Scientist could elimiante the ovum from a woman, but not life.... Life has its on course to go on.... You, with your millions cannot change that! Peple can try to get that million ,,,, but what would you gain? Shame of you!

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