Harvard Geneticist Demands Large Markets For Human Trials
As I said in the comments on youtube
I’m always looking at things with John Glad’s book Jewish Eugenics in mind and how our human adversaries are genetically damaged and they need guinea pigs to try to figure out and justify the cost of developing their mad science. That it’s an extinction situation for them. George Church is calling for more guinea pig programs. He’s ‘delighted’ with the progress made with the plandemic. Thanks for watching!
I really hope people will read John Glad’s 2011 book Jewish Eugenics, it’s available free to download on his website whatwemaybe dot org. You can get a good idea of it by the first pages, in the ‘about writing this book’ section.
I’ll paste in a few points that I had marked in my copy that explain some of what I was saying in my comment.
From page 94: In 2004, writing in the Israel Medical Association Journal, Dr. Frida Simonstein of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev decided to dispense with the verbal equilibristics and openly called for “germ-line engineering,” which “may be considered as „eugenics‟ but if pursued freely is a noble goal.” Using a term coined by molecular biologist Lee M. Silver, she stated categorically that “„self-evolution‟… is not only inevitable, but also morally justified.” Like countless eugenicists before her, she points out that modern medicine has virtually eliminated selection in human populations, creating a true dilemma with regard to the human genome, which is part of a continuum shared by non-human genomes. We are under a parental obligation, she writes, to protect the genetic patrimony of future generations.
From page 295: After losing four children to Tay-Sachs Disease, Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Eckstein founds Dor Yeshorim to screen for recessive genes that disproportionately affect Jews. If two persons intending to marry are discovered to be carriers, they are encouraged to find new partners. Testing is later expanded to encompass Bloom syndrome, Canavan disease, Cystic fibrosis, Familial dysautonomia, Fanconi anemia (type C), Gaucher disease, Glycogen storage disease (type 1), Mucolipidosis (type IV), and Niemann-Pick disease
From page 331: B‟Or Ha‟Torah: Journal of Science, and Modern Life in the Light of the Torah asks bioethicist Fred Rosner: “Does halakha [Jewish religious law] sanction eugenics? From Rosner‟s response: “Genetic screening, gene therapy, and other applications of genetic engineering for the treatment, cure, or prevention of disease fulfills the biblical mandate to heal. If Tay-Sachs Disease, diabetes, hemophilia, cystic fibrosis, Huntington‟s disease, or other genetic diseases can be cured or prevented by “gene surgery,” it is permitted in Jewish law.”
From page 364: The newspaper The Forward publishes its annual guide to some of the more serious Jewish genetic diseases, which it attributes to “centuries of inbreeding”: Bloom‟s syndrome, Canavan disease, congenital hyperinsulinism, dystonia, familial dysautonomia, Fanconi anemia, Gaucher disease, Mucolipidosis type 4, Niemann-Pick, infantile Tay-Sachs, and late-onset Tay-Sachs: “There are about 20 „Ashkenazic diseases,‟ not counting the higher rates of at least four cancer-related genes.”
George Church (Harvard, MIT) on Internal Wearables
George Church, Ph.D. George leads Synthetic Biology at the Wyss Institute, where he oversees the directed evolution of molecules, polymers, and whole genomes to create new tools with applications in regenerative medicine and bio-production of chemicals. Among his recent work at the Wyss is development of a technology for synthesizing whole genes, and engineering whole genomes, far faster, more accurate, and less costly than current methods. George is widely recognized for his innovative contributions to genomic science and his many pioneering contributions to chemistry and biomedicine. In 1984, he developed the first direct genomic sequencing method, which resulted in the first genome sequence (the human pathogen, H. pylori). He helped initiate the Human Genome Project in 1984 and the Personal Genome Project in 2005. George invented the broadly applied concepts of molecular multiplexing and tags, homologous recombination methods, and array DNA synthesizers. His many innovations have been the basis for a number of companies including Editas (Gene therapy); Gen9bio (Synthetic DNA); and Veritas Genetics (full human genome sequencing).
George is Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Health Sciences and Technology at Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is Director of the U.S. Department of Energy Technology Center and Director of the National Institutes of Health Center of Excellence in Genomic Science. He has received numerous awards including the 2011 Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science from the Franklin Institute and election to the National Academy of Sciences and Engineering.
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