Friday, May 15, 2020

Plain and Simple Theft

Whose Intellectual Property?

Bill Gates is not a technical person as many believe. He was a college dropout. Microsoft copied every thing right from its start. His father, William H. Gates Sr., has long been involved with the eugenics group Planned Parenthood.

Gates became the richest man with stolen achievements of other intellectuals. Gates Foundation is the new label given for previous foundations of Ford & Rockfeller. It has invested heavily in converting Asian, African agricultural systems to GMOs. Gates has a vision of vaccinating billions.

Gary Kildall - The Man Who COULD Have Been Bill Gates


Bill Gates owes his riches to the computer genius Gary Kildall, the first person to interface a disk system to a microcomputer through an OS cp/m. The world changed dramatically because of his work. For a time, his products sold themselves. Unfortunately his work was stolen by people who were powerful at that time.    

The mother of Bill Gates, Mary Gates, had built a relationship with John Opel, the CEO of IBM. Opel mentioned Gates to some of his fellow IBM executives and the company decided to take a chance with Microsoft. IBM hired Microsoft to build an operating system for its first personal computer. At the time, Microsoft was a small software company.

Another professional by name Tim Paterson did the job for Gates. He created an OS from thin air and called it Q-dos (Quick & Dirty OS). Actually he had illegally stolen the work from disassembled cp/m machine code. Bill Gates and Steve Balmer simply bought Q-dos (86-DOS Intel 8086) for $50K. Gary found out that Tim had illegally stolen his code and tried to sue IBM and Microsoft. Unfortunately for Gary, Bill Gates father was a powerful lawyer employed by the Rockefeller family, so the judge made a statement.

For every PC whether an original IBM or a IBM clone, customers had to pay Microsoft even when the customer only wanted Gary's cp/m based dr-dos. These practices are still used by Microsoft today. If you want a laptop or PC you are forced to buy it with a Microsoft product named Windows. They pretend you have a choice to not pay for Windows. Usually if you do not want Windows, they have to take out the hard drive with its Windows recovery partition and to replace it with a clean hard drive. So buying a PC or laptop without Windows will simply cost you more. Most stores however simply refuse you to sell the PC or laptop if you don't want Windows.

Gary Kildall died in 1994 at the age of 52, shortly after writing a book, with surprisingly little coverage. The cause of death ranged from a heart attack to a fall from a ladder to a barroom brawl. It was investigated as a suspicious death, but no charges were ever filed. Gary Kildall was bitter that Bill Gates had stolen his legacy and was a bit outspoken about it. In his book, Mr. Kildall calls it "plain and simple theft". Gary's family is still scared of Microsoft so the book remains sealed.

The Xerox Thieves: Steve Jobs & Bill Gates

Gates was not a lead programmer, just a lead buyer of other people's intellectual work, always underpaying & taking credit as developing it himself. Towards the end of the 1960s, while Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were still in high school, Xerox was an industry titan in the copier world. Their chief scientist, Jack Goldman, created the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and set about assembling the brightest minds in the world of computer science.

The Xerox Alto was a computer way ahead of its time. It featured the keyboard and mouse interface we still use today while also offering access to email, word processing, and event reminders.

Steve Jobs was part of the team from Apple that visited Xerox PARC in late 1979. It was on this visit that Jobs discovered the mouse, windows, icons, and other technologies that had been developed at PARC. The staff at PARC could not imagine the market potential of what they had created.See the link for details   


Success story of Microsoft

PARC was not at all secretive about its work. Its researchers published widely, and there was a regular flow of traffic between PARC and Stanford's computer science community. Thousands of non-scientists were given demonstrations of the Alto in the 1970s.

And Microsoft kept on stealing technology. Windows was copied from Xerox Star that was sold to Apple. Lotus 123 became Microsoft Excel. Borland became Microsoft Developer Studio. Wordstar became MS Word. Netscape became Internet Explorer and so on. He used a stolen virus on his pirated Windows OS and marketed the anti-virus software through his comrades.

Playing with Vaccine

Bill spends millions of dollars vaccinating billions especially children. But he doesn't vaccinate his own kids. His private doctor in Seattle in the 1990s says Bill refused to vaccinate his own children when they were young. I don’t know if he had them vaccinated as adults, but I can tell you he point blank refused to vaccinate them as children, the physician said at a behind closed doors medical symposium in #Seattle, adding He said they would be OK as it was, they didn't need any shots.

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Very rich and privileged parents like the idea of herd immunity, but they don’t want to take the risks associated with vaccinations when it comes to their own children. They are worried about adverse reactions including autism.


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