When we reported that Bill Gates was caught offering a $10 Million bribe for forced vaccination in Nigeria, many of our readers were shocked in disbelief. Maybe our young readers are not aware that Bill Gates has a history of bribing to sabotage his rivals and to impose his policy on sovereign nations. So heres a brief history lesson for you.
Bill Gates started his career by killing off his rival company Netscape. The elaborate details about Bill Gates’ predatory policies were revealed in the 90s antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft. A recent piece by Joe Nocera in Bloomberg explains in short what happened during the lawsuit.
Below is the relevant excerpt.
In the late 1990s, when David Boies 1 prosecuted the Microsoft antitrust trial, he told me that despite the thousands of documents, emails and deposition transcripts that were rolled into court each day, no more than 50 were the key to the government’s case. He memorized them and knew right where to find them if he needed them in the middle of a cross-examination.
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Of those 50, maybe two dozen were the kind you just don’t forget — bald, vivid illustrations of what the government hoped to prove: that Microsoft was using its monopoly power to squeeze Netscape, the upstart browser company that Microsoft viewed as a potential threat to its Windows monopoly.