Is Bill Gates the current Chinese emperor?

@valued-customer claimed Bill Gates was building a global empire. Watching the reality that the current Korean and Chinese rulers boast their authority and fame through meeting Bill Gates, I sympathized with his claim. Perhaps Koreans accuse me of being a traitor. However, I was shocked by the fact that the South Korean President boasted his authority to Koreans while talking on the phone with Bill Gates. "I am a world famous celebrity who can speak to Bill Gates on the phone." It turns out that many Koreans recognize Bill Gates as a great hero and genius.

However, Americans @valued-customer and @joeyarnoldvn rated Bill Gates as immoral. I'm clumsy in English, but I know that dictatorship and imperialism are destroying and looting people's freedom, life and property. Currently, Koreans are suffering from globalism. The Korean ruling class monopolizes wealth, power and information in the name of internationalization and globalism. Based on Bill Gates' wealth, power, and reputation, the Korean ruling class shouts that centralization is the truth. I don't know much about American conspiracy theory, but I do know Chinese history. So, I compared Bill Gates to the Chinese emperor.

Emperor Gaozu of Han (Chinese: 漢高祖, or Gaodi; 256 – 1 June 195 BC), born Liu Bang (劉邦), was the founder and first emperor of the Han dynasty, reigning from 202 – 195 BC. His temple name was "Taizu" (太祖) while his posthumous name was "Emperor Gao" (高皇帝); "Gaozu of Han", derived from the Records of the Grand Historian, is the common way of referring to this sovereign even though he was not accorded the temple name "Gaozu". Liu Bang was one of the few dynasty founders in Chinese history who was born in a peasant family.[4]

Liu Bang (劉邦), was famous as the greatest emperor in Chinese history. In Europe, he is in a position similar to that of Roman Emperor Augustus. Since the birth of the Roman Empire, all Mediterranean countries have tried to achieve Mediterranean unification like the Roman Empire. After Liu Bang (劉邦) founded The Han dynasty (Chinese: 漢朝; pinyin: Hàncháo), all countries in East Asia imitated The Han dynasty (Chinese: 漢朝; pinyin: Hàncháo). Even the Japanese Empire sought to unify East Asia by imitating The Han dynasty (Chinese: 漢朝; pinyin: Hàncháo).

I think Liu Bang (劉邦) is similar to Bill Gates. Liu Bang (劉邦) is outwardly merciful and well-distributed wealth to the people. In particular, he was a master of diplomacy, negotiations, and deception. Instead of fighting the enemy, he bought the enemy for money. Liu Bang (劉邦) fought a war with The Xiongnu [ɕjʊ́ŋ.nǔ] (Chinese: 匈奴; Wade–Giles: Hsiung-nu) In The Battle of Baideng (白 登 之 戰) Defeated. He almost became a prisoner, but was released after promising to offer a huge tribute to The Xiongnu [ɕjʊ́ŋ.nǔ] (Chinese: 匈奴; Wade–Giles: Hsiung-nu). He lied to the people that he had conquered The Xiongnu [ɕjʊ́ŋ.nǔ] (Chinese: 匈奴; Wade–Giles: Hsiung-nu). He maintained his authority and power by buying The Xiongnu [ɕjʊ́ŋ.nǔ] (Chinese: 匈奴; Wade–Giles: Hsiung-nu). Liu Bang (劉邦) was the first person to become an emperor by buying foreigners. All subsequent Chinese emperors imitated his rulership.

In my opinion, Bill Gates seems to teach the Chinese emperor how to build and govern the global empire. Will Bill Gates expand his global empire, giving huge capital and technology to Korea and China?

Bill Gates, like Liu Bang (劉邦), was better at buying enemies than fighting them. Did the emperors of China and the kings of Korea and Japan aim to monopolize wealth and power with the support of Bill Gates?

Xi Jinping seems to imitate Bill Gates' global empire.

As I read @valued-customer's article, I thought Bill Gates was actually the emperor of China.

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