Bill Gates IS clever, contrary to what David says in David Icke Discussion Posted September 20, 2021 What I get from what David Icke says is that the intelligence behind the 'distortion' running world affairs is very clever, but not wise. Clever can apply to technical knowledge and how to manipulate and influence others on a colossal scale. Wise refers to what connects everything back into tandem with the source of things, or the ultimate consciousness - the absence of which is disconnection and all the grief that comes with it. Now with regard to the 'moron' comment, this would refer to the elite frontmen - those elites who face society but are not running the show. This would be Andrews from Australia, Biden from the US, and Johnson from the UK for example. To have such people as leaders of nations/states has the added psychological impact of demoralisation to the mass of people who see such people as 'leading' them. With regard to Bill Gates, he is extremely clever, and is probably right up there in the cusp of of where the seen starts to meet the hidden. Yet, as I have heard David Icke say, that Bill Gates, as well as existing with no or very little emotion, appears to exhibit signs of perhaps being an artificial intelligence life form - so if true (could be...), would be an idea of where we are heading when we go further down the 'rabbit hole' (for want of a better expression) of what inhabits the 'hidden' that is running the world, or thinks it is. It 'thinks it is' as its force is in casting illusions of the mass of people (like sorcerers in medieval times were accused of doing). David Icke has said that this power exists just as a parasite which feeds off humanity, and also has no creative ability of its own but turns what is created (ie advances in technology) that could benefit humanity to an inverted form or usage which will harm humanity. That is what I understand from I have heard David speaking about and writing about on this topic of the intelligence of the elites.