Bill Gates urgently ordered the construction of a nuclear bunker at his Seattle property and has advised long term employees to leave the United States “before the following weekend”, says a member of his staff.
“He didn’t say how long we should be away, but he said we should definitely leave before the following weekend,” said Mr Hall, a pool technician, who says he watched the construction of the nuclear bunker and explains it is large enough to comfortably hold “a handful of people only.”
“Besides the nuclear bunker, several smaller tunnels and bunkers were built underneath the main residence, connecting them up to form a small underground fortress.”
While the super-rich are definitely no strangers to large subterranean construction, the timing and nature of Bill Gates’ construction has raised eyebrows.
Explaining that the bunker has entrances and exits large enough for vehicles, as well as escape tunnels, decontamination rooms, Swiss-made air purifiers and bulletproof hatches, Bill Gates apparently approved of the final construction only after being repeatedly assured he and two others would survive in the underground structure in the event of a 500,000-pound blast.
“He won’t tell us why or how he knows what he knows, but he was adamant the bunker had to be finished as soon as possible. I’ve never seen him so anxious.”
Mr Hall says Bill Gates has put a lot of effort into researching the psychological aspects of subterranean confinement, with the aim of ensuring that he and the chosen few will function well in times of calamity.
But he can’t take everybody he knows with him, and has strongly advised long term staff and associates to leave the country as soon as they can.
“Bill says Africa or Russia is the safest place right now,” Mr Hall said.
Gates has form when it comes to catastrophic events. In 2010, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded Australian research scientists to release GMO mosquitoes infected with a bacterium. Now those bacterium-infected GMO mosquitoes are wreaking havoc in South America – with the whole globe at risk, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
That same year, Bill Gates confessed he wanted to depopulate the world – a key Illuminati goal.
“The world today has 6.8 billion people; that’s headed up to about 9 billion,” he said during the invitation-only 2010 TED Conference. “Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.”
Does Bill Gates’ urgently constructed underground bunker simply suggest he has become a “doomsday prepper” – or does the man who is on record calling for a “one world government” have inside knowledge about an upcoming event that will threaten life on the west coast of the United States?