Yikes: The Courageous New World of Genetically Modified Individuals

This story is in regards to the hubris of conquest and genetic modification. Let’s begin with the ugly. The richest folks of the world, in addition to their loyal servants from the World Financial Discussion board, are on the Genetic Modification group. In keeping with the World Financial Discussion board, “the evolution of gene testing and gene modifying will drive the way forward for healthcare.”

They actually cannot sleep at night time realizing that they haven’t but caught their fingers into each nook and cranny of the human physique and effectively monetized them! Here’s a technical video from 2016 on “Harnessing Gene Modifying for A number of and Everlasting Genetic Modifications.”

I do not know … by some means I’m not excited. Moreover, all of this sounds suspiciously like Manifest Future 2.0.

A Authorized Framework for a “Mutant Apocalypse”?

In February 2022, Chile handed a legislation prohibiting employers to discriminate in opposition to genetically impaired staff. The invoice was “initiated on a movement by the Honorable Senator Mr. Alejandro Navarro Mind.” In response, lots of people within the freedom neighborhood began asking questions. Does any person anticipate an amazing enhance within the variety of genetically impaired folks? Why? Right here is the legislation (translated):

“Article 1. — No employer might situation the hiring of staff, their permanence or the renewal of their contract, or the promotion or mobility of their employment, to the absence of mutations or alterations of their genome that trigger a predisposition or a excessive danger of a pathology that will present itself in the course of the course of the employment relationship, nor require for such functions any certificates or examination that enables verifying that the employee doesn’t have mutations or alterations of genetic materials in his human genome that will result in the event or manifest in a illness or bodily or psychological abnormality sooner or later.”

“Article 2. — The employee might categorical his free and knowledgeable consent to bear a genetic take a look at, in accordance with the provisions of article 14 of Legislation No. 20,584, so long as it’s aimed toward guaranteeing that he meets the bodily or psychological circumstances vital and appropriate to hold out work or duties categorised as harmful, with the only objective of defending their life or bodily or psychological integrity, in addition to the life or bodily or psychological well being of different staff.

If these exams are required by the employer, the latter should assume the price of it. Likewise, if there’s a present employment relationship, the time used to hold out stated exams might be understood as labored for all authorized functions.”

“Article 3. — Well being institutions and laboratories that perform one of these examination, in addition to employers who entry this info, should undertake all the safety measures prescribed in Legislation No. 20,584 and in Article 12 of Legislation No. 20,120, so as to shield the privateness of the employee and assure confidential dealing with of the info. The employee will at all times have the appropriate to entry the knowledge revealed by a genetic take a look at.”

The legislation was revealed within the official gazette on February 16, 2022. The jury on why this legislation needed to cross continues to be out. For background on the GMO trade in Chile, here’s a “GMO-positive” evaluation from 2016.

What Might Probably Trigger an Extreme Quantity of Genetic Impairment?

We, human beings of the twenty first century, are bombarded with poisons each step of the best way — and we’re type of on our personal with this. Our air is polluted. Our water is full of contaminants (talking of, as a tangent, the water popping out of my faucet in New York Metropolis is just a little rusty … go determine). Our meals, except we’re tremendous vigilant and might afford natural (and even then) incorporates God is aware of what. Glyphosate is all over the place, and so are “eternally chemical substances.”

Plus, every day, we take care of emotional stress, geoengineering-derived toxicity (about geoengineering, right here and right here), electromagnetic air pollution … significantly, it is a miracle that we’re nonetheless round, on condition that our rich are treating us like roaches!

And now, we now have a brand new bold participant within the space of messing with our our bodies! Meet the organic bandit, the novel injections! As everyone knows, the COVID injections are designed to show our our bodies into factories producing spike proteins (within the phrases of the CDC, “innocent items”).

At no level in identified historical past have our our bodies been requested to develop international spikes on the floor of our cells — so that is frankly type of creepy. There’s a motive why our instincts naturally go in opposition to Frankenstein initiatives and untested merchandise. It is as a result of they’re Frankenstein and untested!

Working example: had been these merchandise perhaps examined for essential issues like genotoxicity? Let’s ask the reliable insert for the reliable FDA-approved product, Comirnaty. It says the next:

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“COMIRNATY has not been evaluated for the potential to trigger carcinogenicity, genotoxicity, or impairment of male fertility.” Oh. However at the very least, it isn’t actually genetic modification as a result of it would not change our precise DNA, proper?

Not so Quick?

To start with, let me level out that the scientists are nonetheless discovering new connections and even organs within the human physique (right here, right here, and right here), so any data they’ve is conditional, and actual scientists are humble and cautious. The boastful ones might puff their cheeks all day — nevertheless it doesn’t suggest that they actually understand how factor work, in a finite method.

So, within the case of eliminating the potential of DNA harm, even when the regulators had been pure and sincere, and in the event that they had been actually following the additionally pure and sincere scientists, their assertion in regards to the novel product not impacting human DNA is just a “good religion” opinion, as of this second. In spite of everything, the product is novel!

Lo and behold, right here is dr. Paul Alexander’s evaluation of the examine known as, “Intracellular Reverse Transcription of Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine BNT162b2 In Vitro in Human Liver Cell Line.”

Quoting the summary: “Preclinical research of COVID-19 mRNA vaccine BNT162b2, developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, confirmed reversible hepatic results in animals that acquired the BNT162b2 injection. Moreover, a current examine confirmed that SARS-CoV-2 RNA could be reverse-transcribed and built-in into the genome of human cells.”

As Dr. Alexander notes poignantly, “the failure is that the vaccine corporations didn’t examine this in medical trial. We don’t know within the human mannequin as we don’t know in all the pieces as to the protection of those vaccines and the quick, medium, and long-term results. We don’t know if individuals who’ve taken these vaccines won’t have autoimmune illness or be severely sick, or have extreme negative effects, and even die from the vaccines, sooner or later.”

And right here is evaluation by Mikolaj Raszek, PhD, in Canada. Dr. Raszek seemed on the Australian Pfizer information, i.e. “Nonclinical Analysis Report for BNT162b2 [mRNA] COVID-19 vaccine (COMIRNATYTM),” submitted in January 2021.

To sum up my reply to the query as as to if COVID injection might alter human DNA, we don’t know. And but so many individuals are pressured to take them — like cattle (which isn’t to say that it’s proper to deal with cattle on this method, additionally it is fallacious).

The Query of Possession

Many people bear in mind how Monsanto sued totally different farmers after Monsanto’s poisonous merchandise contaminated the farmers’ crops. The company large claimed that the farmers had illegally used their patented merchandise. (I might say, that is emotional and mental abuse, who even desires their merchandise).

Which brings us to at this time — and the authorized evaluation by the disabled rights lawyer Todd Callender who has checked out a U.S. Supreme Court docket case from 2013, and it led him to imagine that this case may have far-fetching authorized implications for the recipients COVID injections.

The case in query is “ASSOCIATION FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY ET AL. v. MYRIAD GENETICS, INC., ET AL.” Right here is the precise syllabus of the case, as per Cornell Legislation College web site:

“Every human gene is encoded as deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), which takes the form of a “double helix.” Every “cross-bar” in that helix consists of two chemically joined nucleotides. Sequences of DNA nucleotides comprise the knowledge essential to create strings of amino acids used to construct proteins within the physique. The nucleotides that code for amino acids are “exons,” and people that don’t are “introns.”

Scientists can extract DNA from cells to isolate particular segments for examine. They will additionally synthetically create exons-only strands of nucleotides often known as composite DNA (cDNA). cDNA incorporates solely the exons that happen in DNA, omitting the intervening introns.”

“Respondent Myriad Genetics, Inc. (Myriad), obtained a number of patents after discovering the exact location and sequence of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, mutations of which may dramatically enhance the danger of breast and ovarian most cancers.

This data allowed Myriad to find out the genes’ typical nucleotide sequence, which, in flip, enabled it to develop medical exams helpful for detecting mutations in these genes in a specific affected person to evaluate the affected person’s most cancers danger. If legitimate, Myriad’s patents would give it the unique proper to isolate a person’s BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, and would give Myriad the unique proper to synthetically create BRCA cDNA.

Petitioners filed go well with, searching for a declaration that Myriad’s patents are invalid below 35 U. S. C. §101. As related right here, the District Court docket granted abstract judgment to petitioners, concluding that Myriad’s claims had been invalid as a result of they coated merchandise of nature. The Federal Circuit initially reversed, however on remand in mild of Mayo Collaborative Providers v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc., 566 U. S. ___, the Circuit discovered each remoted DNA and cDNA patent eligible.”

“Held: A naturally occurring DNA phase is a product of nature and never patent eligible merely as a result of it has been remoted, however cDNA is patent eligible as a result of it isn’t naturally occurring.”

In keeping with Todd Callender, who was interviewed by Corona Investigative Committee, the doc holds that using mRNA for modification of the genome leads to an artificial genome that belongs to the patent holder. Subsequently, if we comply with that line of authorized logic, it’s doable to conclude that utilizing mRNA to switch human cells can lead to stated cells (and dwelling beings) owned by the patent holder.

As of this second, there’s nonetheless no readability and no official authorized conclusion as as to if this interpretation will apply — however given how loopy the previous two years have been, and the way openly the bulldozer has been continuing up to now, nothing appears off limits. Additionally this:

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The Warfare on All the things Pure

All this suits in completely with the “blue ocean” enterprise mannequin that creates new markets out of skinny air.

I wrote about this intimately in a 2021 article in regards to the conflict on pure immunity and skill — however the gist is that eroding pure well being and pure defenses (whether or not by chance or on objective) turns us into loyal prospects who should subscribe to the “synthetic immunity” service for the remainder of our lives, nevertheless lengthy it lasts. Sucks for us however superb for enterprise!

And the place does the cash come from, assuming that the residents are all half-alive and might barely present for themselves? Nicely, the cash may come, for instance, from the digital digital “press” owned by the central financial institution, who would fund the “noble” corporations offering the factitious immunity providers to the folks within the identify of “public well being” … You already know the drill.

It is all for our personal good! On this case, the residents would exist as mere excuses for the businesses to generate income. Which, to be honest, has been the case for some time, simply in a means that was hidden from many people — till two years in the past.

The tip end result would look very very like the Monsanto association the place dwelling varieties are modified to rely on bought merchandise, whereas remaining in an more and more poisonous atmosphere. I do not learn about you, however I already really feel dangerous for the crippled GMO tomato, and I definitely do not wish to flip into one thing related.

The Worry of Lacking Out

Let us take a look at the existential image. The place does all this cluelessness, conceitedness, greed, and cruelty come from?

Human beings do a variety of unintelligent and self-destructive issues out of concern (I’ve carried out it, I’m no exception, undoubtedly no finger pointing right here). Worry of lacking out (and thus being humbled by rivals) is essential motive in our tradition.

I feel that, philosophically talking, at this time’s unhealthy starvation for conquering nature and scanning each nook and cranny for “goodies” — after which squeezing each drop of juice out all the pieces, after which tossing it out — is pushed by a religious void, by the shortage of joyful religion, by the concern of being existentially weak, intellectually unsophisticated, and emotionally unimportant.

In spite of everything, even probably the most egregious greed covers up for a religious void since we do not actually need to personal all the pieces on this planet to be completely happy. It is like, “If I go away even a drop of priceless items on the aspect of the highway for another person to seize them, I will really feel so silly! And they’ll positive choose me! And I’m afraid of that so I might relatively simply take it.”

Proper now, we live in instances of very ripe and internalized concern and peer strain however initially, to shake the folks off their axis, it needed to include violence, which is one thing that every one of our ancestors skilled at totally different factors.

Here’s a non-GMO-related story that basically moved me a number of years in the past, and caught with me. It was instructed by the Dagara elder Malidoma Some, who, sadly, handed away final yr (and I simply realized about it, so I’m very shocked and unhappy).

As a younger little one, Malidoma Some was kidnapped by clergymen right into a mission boarding college, which he fled as a teen, after which needed to bear a variety of issues so as to heal. He then moved to America and devoted his life to assist westerners perceive the centuries-tested knowledge of his folks.

One in every of his tales caught in my thoughts. He wrote about how the missionaries who got here to his village tempted the farmers. The missionaries promised to purchase the crops from the farmers if the farmers purchased the flamboyant fertilizes from the missionaries. A few of the farmers obtained tempted and purchased the fertilizes.

The missionaries’ fertilizers “made the land indignant,” and the crops did not develop. And so these farmers discovered themselves in debt to the Jesuits for the fertilizers, and with out the yields. And from being indebted, they had been extra weak to the calls for of the missionaries.

This sounds similar to the habits of Monsanto, resulting in farmer suicides in international locations like India (a reality so egregious that the institution needed to “debunk” it).

Related issues had been sadly carried out within the Americas, too, as part of the intentional coverage of constructing outposts round Indian territory to seduce and corrupt the folks on the “reservations” (what a phrase, if you happen to actually give it some thought). The well-documented technique was designed to steal extra land from the Native folks — who had been already vastly perturbed by the violence of the “nice reset” that had been handed to them by the Europeans.

The plan was to promote them items “on credit score,” and put them in a lot debt that they might let go of extra their land. The ultimate aim was for the Native folks to “personal nothing and be completely happy” (sure, the unique American nice reset, and we actually want to return to phrases with how related it’s to the nice reset of at this time, which continues to be in early levels.


I imagine with nice ardour that to ensure that us to win this victory and to cease the bulldozer, we have to sort out the underlying religious and religious malaise, or else the bulldozer will maintain coming at us in several methods. Being spiritually sincere and courageous, and dealing towards therapeutic after centuries of abuse, are the challenges of our technology, and maybe of many generations to return.

Backside line, we’re free folks. We by no means belonged to the nice resetters, identical to the individuals who got here earlier than us by no means belonged to the nice resetters of their time.

And there’s no have to scan each nook and cranny of our bodies, in search of cash. Unmonetized our bodies are free our bodies. So I pray that we the folks begin pedaling towards honesty and knowledge in order that we will heal.

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To search out extra of Tessa Lena’s work, remember to take a look at her bio, Tessa Fights Robots.

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