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Conspiracy theory graffiti has been daubed over signage in front of ALDI on Meols Cop Road.
An incomplete, misleading and out of context quote from Microsoft owner Bill Gates has been painted in large white letters, visible to the high volume of passing traffic leading up to Kew Roundabout.
There is no proof Bill Gates has any connection to the spreading of coronavirus, nor any sabotage of vaccines, as the sign would seem to imply.
OTS was not able to find any record of Bill Gates saying the exact words as painted on the signage.
The nearest match came from a 2010 TED talk where he said, while describing possible routes to eliminate CO2 emissions: “If we do a really good job on new vaccines, healthcare, and reproductive health services, we could lower (the population) by perhaps 10%-15%.”
OTS News has approached ALDI for comment.
The vandalism is the latest in a spate of incidents of graffiti in the area immediately surrounding the Council-owned Kew Park & Ride, the £5m facility that has been empty since 2012.
The park and ride building has been in a severe state for a number of years.
Copies of these images have also been sent to Sefton Council.
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