Bill Gates plans.

It is Bill Gates, the man who wanted to block a part of the solar radiation projected to the earth with some type of last generation technology. The same person who intends to release mutant mosquitoes in the Florida Keys, the person who owns the most acres of fertile land in the universe! The creator of Microsoft! We will be talking about him today.

After his latest statements, Bill has tried to demonstrate to the world the need to reduce the world population to make life on the planet more sustainable and thus preserve the natural resources that it possesses, so in this article I will explain why Bill is completely wrong in his arguments and plays at being God in a society where the human being is the most important capital in itself.

Society is created from the bottom up, not from the top down.

Although it seems crazy, what Bill Gates proposes has already happened in the History of Humanity. I mean what Adolf Hitler did in World War 1 and 2 where he eliminated millions of Jews simply because he considered them an inferior race. That is why it is necessary for each one of us to know a bit of History so that we can understand the approaches that Gates shares with us.

Although the idea that he intends to promote this gentleman is not aimed at a specific race, he himself proposes to eliminate a% of the population regardless of gender and what happens if you eliminate mostly men? This would result in a considerable drop in the birth rate of a territory and with it a serious demographic problem that would later affect its development. As absurd as Bill's proposal may seem, it is nothing new and its origins go back centuries.

It was in the 1700s where the demographer of English origin Thomas Malthus who, taking into account the results of studies carried out, came to the following conclusion:

The world population grows exponentially for example 1, 2, 4, 8
In the meantime. Food production grows arithmetically 1, 2, 3, 4

According to Malthus, there will come a time when there will be more people than food and many of them will simply die of hunger. This conclusion, logically, is limited only to the time in which he lived at the time. We are talking about long before the industrial revolution where capitalism did not exist as an economic system that covered the demand of the population. Before the industrial revolution, most of the countries that are rich today were poor. With the arrival of the same in the year 1800, different forms of production began to be developed that allowed great advances in the way of obtaining food among other utilities.

Malthus never took into account the exponential development of the human being nor did he imagine the establishment of an economic system such as capitalism where people, through their ingenuity, would produce more than normal and cover the food needs of others.

Returning to Gates' approach, I will tell you that food shortages are a reality in many areas of the planet where people even die from this disease. This is an absolute reality, but if we look closely at the countries where these problems are most frequent, we will realize that they occur in territories where capitalism is not accepted as the main economic system, corruption reigns, or government entities try to manipulate the free market in some way.

The World Food Program (WFP) and other institutions affirm that according to production indices, each person is guaranteed to consume at least 3,000 calories a day, a fact that reaffirms the importance of producing more in our societies. In addition, if we analyze countries like South Korea, we will see that the free market covers all the needs of citizens because that is simply how Capitalism is. A sustainable economic system that generates jobs and benefits production. In South Korea, all supermarkets are full of food, while Cuban supermarkets are always out of stock, which indicates a serious problem in the economic system applied in that country.

Bill Gates' idea is simple, reduce the world population so that natural resources are enough for everyone, without taking into account that the human being is a resource in itself and the most important of all!

By trying to reduce the world population you could eliminate the future inventor of intergalactic travel or you could eliminate the scientist who discovers the cure for HIV AIDS. What Bill Gates proposes does not make sense. This person plays God and is wrong to assume that human beings are a nuisance and not a resource. This has been the thought of most of the socialist politicians in history and it bothers me to think that the creator of Microsoft, a company that has contributed so much to the development of our lives, thinks this way.

This gentleman believes that natural resources are finite and must be preserved. For Bill the idea is not to produce more. What he proposes is to take care of existing resources, which constitutes a serious error in his speech. This is the typical socialist thought where the person in question claims to control everything as if he were some kind of supreme being when the reality is that resources can disappear if a % of the world population disappears for example: If you eliminate a percentage of architects, who will be in charge of designing the buildings of our cities?

Eliminating people means eliminating the future progress of the planet. The human being throughout history has always surpassed himself. We have already reached the planet Mars through the ingenuity of many and soon we will go further.

I hope this is all just a new marketing campaign to get attention from Gates. I hope none of this is real. Let's all understand that the most valuable resource on this planet is human beings, the same ones who have created computers, planes, the internet, ships, cell phones, condoms and other anti-consecutive methods to avoid unwanted pregnancies. 

Regarding this last approach, I will add that in general as societies develop, pregnancies decrease, this is real and can be verified in countries such as Japan, the United States, South Korea, Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, Canada, etc. This behavior is mainly due to the economic independence that many have where the standard of living increases and many decide simply not to have children because they do not want to assume the expenses or want to live a life without that type of responsibility.

It's upsetting to think that a person as brilliant as Bill spends his time making such statements and yet fails to promote the importance of establishing free market capitalist societies throughout the world. If this gentleman really wants to help the planet, I think the best way to do it is by explaining the human and productive value that each one of us has. End of this article.