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Bill Gates Comments On Egypt's Internet Shutdown

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To quote Katie Couric in this interview, the Internet has become the "epicenter of our lives." Someone who helped it get to that point is Bill Gates.

That's why Katie invited him on her online video series to talk about Egypt's President Mubarak pulling the plug on the Internet on the entire country.

Check out the video (above) to hear Bill talk about Mubarak's decision and how it proves he's "afraid of the truth" his country will find on the World Wide Web.

Well said!

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5 comments to “Bill Gates Comments On Egypt's Internet Shutdown”



  1. 1

    Gates looks 10 years older then he is. Stress??? I don't think so - Not with $45 billion in the bank (but how much money does he have in his wallet?).



  2. 2

    Gates is lying. Obama has an internet kill switch (why?) and Gates is a Globalist who has been to Bildeberg recently and advocates euthanasia for the ill and sick.



  3. 3

    He is so full of shit. Mubarack afraid of the truth that the people of Egyopt will find on the web? That is more than likely true, BUT….. what about the truth the Americans can and WILL find on the web? OBAMA HAS AN INTERNET KILL SWITCH….



  4. 4

    Gates is a fucking asshole who has done more harm than good for personal computing and the Internet. His crap OS and bug-filled security nightmare of a web browser are responsible for a lot of the computer problems in the world.



  5. 5

    Like 95% of the people who use internet is just to look for trash, porn, pass the time, burn some hours, cause they are lonely, nothing better to do, feeling bored, gaming, share personal life with the whole world while nobody is interested at all except their own family and get prolly 3 comments a day from them, retarded crafting sites from your gramma, wikipedia replacing two shelves of real encyclopedias and saving cuuuuuuuuuute pictures of cats.
    Oh… and to pay your taxes, banks and abything else that will help you avoid waking up at 6 am to do a line.
    Bill… your internet has killed and ruined more peoples life than what it helped.