From Hell To Veins

July 28, 2011

Genetic Genocide: Humanity’s Greatest Threat

The video above ONLY touches the very tip of the ‘genetic genocide’ iceberg when it relates to genetic tinkering of vaccines. Yes, vaccines can alter YOU or your CHILD’s DNA.

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Genetic Genocide: Humanity’s Greatest Threat

Aaron Dykes & Alex Jones
Infowars.com
July 27, 2011
Pandora’s Box has surely been opened. A dangerous genetic experiment has come out of the shadows, and the human-animal hybrids, chimeras and other transgenic clones it has yielded now threaten to endanger and irrevocably alter life as we know it.
The controllers of elite-funded science and R&D have wantonly tampered with the genetic code of the planet, ignoring the rather obvious dangers posed by cross-species experimentation and flagrantly jeopardizing the earth’s delicately-balanced biodiversity.
In a special video, Alex Jones addresses the profound risks posed by genetically-modified hybrids now featuring prominently in the field of biotechnology.

Fresh revelations about a “secret lab” program in the UK admittedly ongoing ‘for the last three years’ that developed such bestial-hybrids only serves to reinforce our available data concerning the fact that genetically-modified laboratory creations are fast spinning out of control. Now the biotech industry has unleashed these Franken-breeds into the world under the auspices of monopolizing some of the most important and dangerous developments in Agra, Pharma and Medical research for the 21st Century. Their GM “solutions” to life’s challenges promise lucrative returns, as we reported earlier today, due royalties on their patented gene-expressions.
Transgenic clones, created by deleting-and-replacing DNA sequences to create a cross-species hybrid (xenotransplantation) that is then grown in a host egg, are fast becoming a pet-project of corporate science that offers to fulfill “Pharming’s” promise of replacement organs for ailing humans, industrial and pharmaceutical applications of artificial-protein production, and the hope of successful outlets for artificial fertilization & human cloning in an age of increasing sterility and infertility. However, it is these man-made creations that pose the greatest risks– including contamination, proven links to sterility in offspring and risks of cancer. Many clones, including the world’s famous first-cloned sheep, Dolly, have had conspicuously short lives and bad health. Arthritis, breathing problems and more have plagued their existence, while hundreds of embryos fail in cultivation for each successful clone. Still others die in the womb after only days, yet these entities are trusted to fulfill humanity’s betterment.
In particular, mixing the human genome with that of various ‘useful’ animals crosses the extremely risky bridge formerly separating many beast-borne diseases from those that typically affect humans, or plant species for that matter. The contagion of mixing unrelated species like mammals and jellyfish genes gives the opportunity for unforeseen consequences and uncontrollable mutations. Further, many genes which scientists have previously believed to be equivalent have proven to behave differently when transplanted into foreign DNA sequences. Additionally, lack of recognition or compensation for pleiotropic genes (where a single gene gives expression for multiple traits) makes some of the consequences unforeseeable, yet predictably dangerous.

Grotesque experimentation, iconically portrayed for more than a century in globalist H.G. Wells’ The Island of Dr. Moreau, has now come to life– growing human ears on the backs of mice, harvesting human-marked organs from cows, pigs and other host-species, synthesizing strategic proteins in host-milk production and other seemingly-sci-fi applications– paving the way to future biotechnology. Creations like spider-goats are raised in contradiction to nature’s laws, all in the name of reaching industrial production of a stronger-than-steel protein from spider-silk that can create fibers for items like bullet-proof vests, sold directly to the military-prison-industrial complex, further feeding the total domination of mankind.
GMO species have become absolutely invasive, and their Doctors Frankenstein have unleashed them intentionally to wreck and destroy the native competing species. Crop contamination of non-GMO plants, combined with the genocidal effects of Terminator seeds is devastating to ordinary farmers. Consumption of GMO crops have proven ties in mice studies to sterility (shown to be delayed until the second or third generation) as well as cancer and other issues.
Powerful globalists have declared themselves God, and seek to limit the complex expression of life with cheap carbon-copy clones that threaten to displace the genuine flora, fauna and other life on this planet. Not long ago, the world’s most prestigious scientists considered some 96% of DNA to be throwaway ‘junk’ with no genetic value. Now, in greater arrogance, they will make far greater mistakes as they pretend to understand the path to ‘transhumanism‘ where man supposedly ascends to godhood through life extension. Humanity must stand up and say no before it is too late.

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June 4, 2010

Population Reduction And Genetically ‘Altered’ Food

Click for Population Reduction Documentation.

My Commentary:
If you do further academic research into this study, it pretty much sums up everything that was discussed at the Club of Rome symposium I attended (see my bio) about how genetically “altered” organisms where going to be unleashed on the planet for population reduction purposes. I prefer to use the word ‘ALTERED’ over ‘Modified’ because a.) ‘THEY’ used that term and b.) It BETTER describes what they are doing with life on this planet. ‘Altering’ it in order to destroy it.

Research Links Genetically Modified Food To Long Term Sterility
JUNE 3, 2010
Article
A new study done by Russian scientists suggests that Genetically Modified Food may cause long term sterility, that is, sterility in second and third generations. The scientists used hamsters for this research and divided them into groups. One group of hamsters was fed a normal diet without any soy products, a second group was fed non-GMO (genetically modified organism) soy, the third ate GM soy and the fourth group was fed an even higher amount of GM soy than the third.

Each group produced about seven to eight litters of baby hamsters each without any problems. But when the researchers selected new breeding pairs from the offspring, the second generation had a slower growth rate and reached their sexual maturity later than normal. They also had a mortality rate, five times higher than the hamsters who didn’t eat soy. Even more shocking was the fact that nearly all of the third generation GM soy eating hamsters were sterile and also experienced hair growing inside their mouths.

Genetically modified food has received much criticism earlier too, with studies linking them to problems with birth weight and infant mortality.

Dr.Mercola Interview of Jeffery Smith on GMO’s

April 9, 2010

The ‘Little Gal’ Beats Big Bad Pfizer Over GM HIV Contamination Suit!

My Comentary:
Talk about attacking the messenger! The cards were stacked against Becky McClain as Pfizer. OSHA and big media were all piling on the woman who WOULD NOT BACK DOWN. Sadly, the suit itself is ONLY in regards to her right to blow the whistle on the recklessness by Phizer concerning contaminating their staff with genetically modified HIV viruses. If this is how they treat their staff AND CAN GET AWAY WITH IT, just think how they are contaminating you EVERY DAY! This is no big deal to Phizer a million + in dollars is chump change to them and they know they will NEVER actually be held accountable for the contamination itself.

From: The Raw Story Click for ALL links.
By Daniel Tencer
Friday, April 2nd, 2010 — 4:51 pm

In what is being hailed as a major victory for workers in the biotech and nanotech fields, a former scientist with pharmaceutical firm Pfizer has been awarded $1.37 million for being fired after raising the alarm over researchers being infected with a genetically engineered “AIDS-like” virus.

Becky McClain, a molecular biologist from Deep River, Connecticut, filed a lawsuit against Pfizer in 2007, claiming she had been wrongly terminated for complaining about faulty safety equipment that allowed a “dangerous lentivirus” to infect her and some of her colleagues.

The Hartford Courant describes the virus as “similar to the one that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS.” Health experts testified that the virus has affected the way McClain’s body processes potassium, which they say causes McClain to suffer complete paralysis as often as a dozen times per month, the Courant reports.

McClain’s lawsuit (PDF) asserted that Pfizer had interfered with her right to free speech, and that she should have been protected from retaliation by whistleblower legislation.

Pfizer challenged her assertion, claiming McClain only started complaining about safety problems once her employment was terminated, the Associated Press reports. Pfizer also claimed to have investigated McClain’s claims about safety violations and found them to be untrue, according to the New London Day.

On Thursday, a jury in a US District Court in Connecticut disagreed with Pfizer, granting McClain the $1.37 million, as well as punitive damages, meaning the total amount could be much greater.

The WorkersCompensation.com Web site says the ruling is being “considered the first successful employee claim in the biotech and nanotech industry.”

Workers’ rights advocates are pointing to the McClain lawsuit as “evidence that risks caused by cutting-edge genetic manipulation have outstripped more slowly evolving government regulation of laboratories,” reports the Courant.

McClain’s lawsuit says she was exposed to the experimental virus repeatedly between 2002 and 2004, and when she lodged complaints about it, her supervisor said he would “falsify her future performance reviews and he told her they would be negative, and he threatened her in an aggressive fashion following the plaintiff’s repeated complaints regarding safety. He forcibly backed the plaintiff into a wall during one encounter.”

‘TOO BIG TO NAIL’

A report at CNN about a separate legal matter involving Pfizer states that the Department of Justice considered Pfizer to be “too big to nail” in an investigation of the company’s illegal marketing of the painkiller drug Bextra.

CNN reports that, if Pfizer had been prosecuted over the drug, the company would have been excluded from doing business with Medicaid and Medicare. But because federal officials considered the company too big to be exempted from working with the government health programs, a dummy corporation — Pharmacia & Upjohn Inc. — was set up, and that dummy corporation then pleaded guilty to the crime.

“P&UCI sold no drugs and had no real employees, and its creation was simply a figleaf to allow a Pfizer entity to take the rap without harming Pfizer itself,” explains Jim Edwards at the Bnet business blog.

Pfizer is the world’s largest drugmaker, with annual revenue around $44 billion.

RELATED:
Ex-Pfizer Worker Cites Genetically Engineered Virus In Lawsuit Over Firing

March 30, 2010

“We try to cross the H1N1 virus and influenza H5N1de”

My Commentary:

Someone please correct me if I am wrong. I am assuming the French AT LEAST are tinkering with dangerous viral combinations in a ‘bio hazard level 4’ facility. I am assuming that a P4 maximum security laboratory means level 4? A level six would make much more sense. Level 4 is not the best but certainly is a better bio hazard security lab then in America where companies ADMIT the same kinds of dangerous viral experimentation are going on at college campuses!

Ex-Pfizer Worker Cites Genetically Engineered Virus In Lawsuit Over Firing

In the above article a worker suing Pfizer accuses the company of ‘recklessly’ creating GM viruses. Creating viruses potentially MUCH MORE DANGEROUS then what the French are doing in a Bio level 4 facility. I would like to note that Pfizer does NOT deny their screwing around with G.M. viruses, but their Bozo spokes person says… “No big deal, college campuses are doing it all the time.” I am sorry to have to inform you, NO, it is a ‘big deal’.

Special Thanks to Lab Virus dot com.
In Lyon we try to cross the H1N1 virus and influenza H5N1de
Le Progres.fr
on 18/03/2010
by Olivier Season
In the P4, a maximum security laboratory, an experiment in progress attempts to determine the conditions for hybridization of the two viruses. The first is spreading fast but few kills, the second is not contagious but often fatal

For three weeks, the P4 Lyon stopped all other manipulations. This maximum security laboratory – there is only in France and twenty in the world – is currently focusing on experience in high-risk attempts to cross between the new virus and the H1N1 avian influenza, the H5N1. The first spread far and few kills, the second low spreads and kills many. Hybridization of the two would be disastrous.

“We try to understand, by infecting a cell with these two viruses, which are the genetic determinants that allow them to exchange genes (especially in pigs Ed)” summarizes the virologist Bruno Lina, who heads the work on influenza A for this laboratory Inserm. Three biologists of his team have been seconded to perform these tests determined and endorsed at ministerial level. Provided with special passports, they are assisted by a half-dozen technicians attached to the site. “All operations are diving and are subject to very restrictive regulations” provides Lina.

If experience is linked to the National Reference Center for influenza virus, that it manages, its purpose would, in his opinion, not lead to a vaccine, but just “cognitive”: “Why make a vaccine against a virus that does not exist? Or not. The first results will fall within two months and decide the action to the operation budget (provisional) 200 000. For now, “we made some tests, but obtained only very preliminary results,” continues the virologist. If it is too early to deduce anything about the likelihood of the emergence of such a viral monster, “today, the risk seems low,” says he. He concluded: “This is good news.”

March 14, 2010

Ex-Pfizer Worker Cites Genetically Engineered Virus In Lawsuit Over Firing

Special thanks to Lab Virus.com for retrieving article.

My Comment:
Wow! Where do you even start by addressing this. You have, God knows what in vaccines. You have the establishment brainwashing the public in press releases saying… “Well, you know, college universities are creating ‘genetically modified viruses’ all the time…” As if to say… “Potential problems? What potential problems could there possibly be?” Now, this maybe out of my area of expertise but, I do know, this was the very reason bio level 4 on up facilities were created in the first place! Did the person who said “no big deal” to the issue of GMV’s (genetically modified viruses) in vaccines ever see the movies ‘Outbreak’ or the ‘The Andromeda Strain’? Good Lord!

For other great GMO ‘food‘ information see ‘Seeds of Deception’.

My question is…
What in the hell are these pro vaccine people going to be ‘shedding’ onto the rest of us in the future?
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Ex-Pfizer Worker Cites Genetically Engineered Virus In Lawsuit Over Firing
By EDMUND H. MAHONY The Hartford Courant
http://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-pfizer-virus-lawsuit-0314.artmar14,0,1763939.story
March 14, 2010

Medical experts will be watching closely Monday when a scientist who says she has been intermittently paralyzed by a virus designed at the Pfizer laboratory where she worked in Groton opens a much anticipated trial that could raise questions about safety practices in the dynamic field of genetic engineering.

Organizations involved in workplace safety and responsible genetic research already have seized on the federal lawsuit by molecular biologist Becky McClain as an example of what they claim is evidence that risks caused by cutting-edge genetic manipulation have outstripped more slowly evolving government regulation of laboratories.

McClain, of Deep River, suspects she was inadvertently exposed, through work by a former Pfizer colleague in 2002 or 2003, to an engineered form of the lentivirus, a virus similar to the one that can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS. Medical experts working for McClain believe the virus has affected the way her body channels potassium, leading to a condition that causes complete paralysis as many as 12 times a month.

“If a worker in a plant as sophisticated as Pfizer is becoming infected with a genetically engineered virus, then I think the potential is everywhere,” said Jeremy Gruber, president of the Council for Responsible Genetics, a public interest group created to explore the implications of genetic technologies.

“Genetically engineered viruses are commonly worked on at your average university,” Gruber said. “The public has a right to know what regulations are in place and what regulations are required to fix an industrywide issue. We need to have a conversation about this. Ms. McClain’s attempt to do that has been hampered at every turn, by the courts and by regulators.”

Pfizer disputes all of McClain’s claims and says it fired her in 2005 because she refused to come to work. The global pharmaceuticals manufacturer, with research labs in southeastern Connecticut, defends its safety practices and denies that McClain’s physical disability is related to exposure at its Groton lab. The company says she did not link her disability to workplace exposure until after she was fired.

As a molecular biologist, McClain studied cells on a molecular level, manipulating genetic codes in an effort to develop vaccines. During the period at issue in the suit, McClain worked in Pfizer’s Human Health Embryonic Stem Cells Technologies, Genomic and Proteomic Sciences and Exploratory Medicinal Sciences Group.

Hostile Exchanges
The sharp disagreement between McClain and her former employer mirrors a half-dozen or so years of hostile litigation leading to Monday’s jury trial in Hartford before U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant. McClain will argue that she was wrongfully dismissed and is entitled to unspecified damages. In the run-up, Pfizer attacked McClain’s legal claims, and she questioned the company’s corporate integrity.

On the advice of her lawyers, McClain would not discuss her suit last week. Neither would her lawyers, nor those representing Pfizer.

But McClain has claimed in her suit and in earlier public statements that she was fired after experiencing symptoms of illness and after complaining to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration about safety in her Pfizer lab.

OSHA dismissed McClain’s complaint. In a decision published after McClain’s termination, the agency criticized her for refusing to return to work in spite of “Pfizer’s substantial efforts” to address her concerns. In a speech last year to a labor safety group in California, McClain said she was told by an OSHA investigator that the federal agency’s legal authority has not kept pace with developments in sophisticated medical research.

A series of angry, pretrial exchanges developed over McClain’s efforts to compel Pfizer to give her precise information about the DNA sequencing of the engineered lentivirus she suspects infected her. Pfizer says it responded to all of McClain’s requests, in accordance with the law. Her advocates called Pfizer’s assertion preposterous and claimed the company has not produced — perhaps because it is subject to trademark — the sequencing data that could enable scientists to engineer a genetic cure.

Over the course of pretrial argument, the number and breadth of McClain’s legal claims against Pfizer have been reduced from eight to two. Last month, Bryant dismissed the most significant of the eight claims: that willful and wanton misconduct by Pfizer resulted in lax laboratory procedures. McClain claimed laxity contributed to her exposure.

McClain’s advocates point to language in Bryant’s ruling that suggests the misconduct allegation was dismissed, at least in part, because state law requires such claims to be resolved by state workers’ compensation rules. But Pfizer says Bryant’s ruling is another vindication of its assertion that no evidence exists to support McClain’s contention that she was infected by a viral exposure at Pfizer.

“We have thoroughly investigated Ms. McClain’s claims and our investigation concluded that her workplace was safe and that she was not infected by any virologic materials while she was employed by Pfizer,” company spokeswoman Elizabeth Power said.

Bryant’s ruling means the trial will move forward under McClain’s two remaining claims, both of which involve free speech protection. She says Pfizer fired her in violation of Connecticut’s whistle-blower law after she raised questions about Pfizer lab safety to OSHA. And she claims her dismissal also was in retaliation for questions she raised in discussion with Pfizer colleagues about safety practices. In addition to performing her research duties, McClain served on a lab safety committee for at least part of the nine years she was employed by Pfizer.

Medical Evidence
Pfizer has taken the position that Bryant’s ruling in March means no evidence will be admitted at the trial concerning McClain’s health or her claim that it was destroyed by bad lab procedures. McClain’s advocates, again, disagree. Because McClain is suing under a whistle-blower claim, they believe she will be allowed to present evidence about why she figuratively blew the whistle. If her health and safety are the reasons, they say, the judge could allow jurors to hear evidence in those areas.

In her suit, McClain says that Pfizer hired her in 1995 and that, in 2000, she became involved in human cellular research associated with vaccine development. She later learned, the suit says, that colleagues in her lab were working with infectious, genetically engineered viruses, including the lentivirus she suspects causes what her physician calls “acute intermittent paralysis.”

The suit describes lab events that McClain suggests could have infected her.

The first involved the possible malfunction of a “laminar hood,” a system designed to contain materials being subjected to scientific manipulation and to purify the air circulating around the materials. She said the hood began emitting a noxious odor at the same time she and several colleagues developed symptoms of illness, including nausea.

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