Reader Question 1: I'm on my way home from the Florida Keys (string of islands in the Gulf of Mexico just south of and connected to Florida) and have been reading a lot about Bill Gates. I'm assuming he is one of the HCP. He is a very powerful person. He is very big in vaccines and I have read that he is trying to reduce the population with them. I also read that he has a big company he is building in Arizona I think that is a data center. This place will track your every move. He is pushing for a cashless society. Why would he want to do this? I think he also has been advising President Trump. It says the vaccine will have hidden toxins and will alter your DNA. Maybe others on this site may have questions also. I think Gates has too much power. The other person is Dr. Fauci. (Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the USA)
C: No, Mr. Gates is not a member of the hidden controlling powers. He is not hidden. Mr. Gates is an agent, as are all the apparent members of which humans are aware, all the people accused of being powerful, such as Mrs. Clinton. Mr. Biden and Mr. Obama. They are subordinates. This also applies to Mr. Fauci.
The changes you mention —data center, vaccines, cashless society—are intended to permit more control. Cashless transactions can be tracked, data centers speak for themselves and vaccines perpetuate concern, fear and notions of safety while making money. Certainly vaccines are good for prevention but what has gripped the world is fear for no equivalently proportional reason.
Yes, the DNA effect will occur to some recipients of the vaccine, with a variety of effects.
RQ2: Will we have a bull market or bear market for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in 2021? (For readers not aware of financial market slang, the question asks if two stock indices will stagnate or expand in the coming year?)
C: Stock or share or equity investments, whether only these two indicators are considered or all such investment values, will follow similar overall trends in this coming calendar year. Stock prices will stagnate overall, over the course of and as the cumulative effect. Sharp increases and decreases will be part of the process, for individual companies, small groups of them, industries and the economies overall, reflected in the indices measured.