This one was spotted by my friend Dr. Scott De Hart, and by Mr. H.B., each of whom sent different versions of the story, and as always, I'm going to read a bit between the lines and do some high octane speculation. The essence of the story is that the US goobernment is seeking to build a database of DNA from 1,000,000 volunteers:

US seeking 1 million for massive study of DNA, health habits

NIH seeks health data of 1 million people, with genetic privacy suddenly an issue

Let's look at the first article. According to this, the volunteers are being sought for a new study to improve medicine, to make it more precise:

On Sunday, the U.S. government will open nationwide enrollment for an ambitious experiment: If they can build a large enough database comparing the genetics, lifestyles and environments of people from all walks of life, researchers hope to learn why some escape illness and others don't, and better customize ways to prevent and treat disease.

"A national adventure that is going to transform medical care," is how Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, describes his agency's All of Us Research Program.


"One-size-fits-all is far from an optimal strategy," Collins said Tuesday in announcing enrollment for All of Us.

The project involves "precision medicine," using traits that make us unique to forecast and treat disease. Learning enough to individualize care requires studying a massive number of participants: The healthy and not-so-healthy, young and old, rural and urban, blue-collar and white-collar — and people of all races and ethnicities.

We get basically the same fluffy explanation from the second article:

The National Institutes of Health on Tuesday announced the launch of its attempt to enroll 1 million people in a landmark research effort aimed at developing “personalized” methods of prevention, treatment and care for a wide variety of diseases.

The second article however, reassures us that there is nothing to fear about losing the privacy of one's DNA-medical records:

But NIH Director Francis Collins and the project’s director, Eric Dishman, said volunteers’ personal data will be carefully shielded. They noted that Congress expanded protections for federally funded research in the two-year-old 21st Century Cures Act, with an eye on this type of project.

They said the information is off limits to subpoenas and search warrants via “certificates of confidentiality” given to each subject. The rules protect researchers from being forced to release identifying information in judicial proceedings.

“This is something we thought about,” Collins said. “We knew this was going to be an issue in getting people comfortable.”

This from a government that spies on everyone, runs "FISA" star chamber courts, and basically doesn't give a damn about the Constitution or the Bill of Rights any more. Oh, sure, they'll tell us about all the wonderful hedges and safeguards they've built in to prevent leaks, and to protect privacy. That will work for a few years, then they will manufacture a reason to change the rules. We all know the game.

However, there are other reasons the goobernment would want to keep those records strictly off limits, and it lies in what was said in the first article: we're told - as we always seem to be when one of these technologies or programs is unveiled - that this will be a long term health benefit as physicians begin to learn how to practice "precision medicine," i.e., a therapeutic regime designed and tailor-fitted to an individual's DNA, life style and so on. That's probably true and I'm not doubting the explanation at all. Embroider this with jonquils and daisies, and the US goobernment can claim to continue its flower-strewn parade through history, being a beacon, a shining city on a hill, the exceptional nation spreading love, peace, joy, and healing to all.

As you might have guessed, I'm not buying the fluff, not for a moment. I suspect, rather, that eventually this will be used to insist that an individual's DNA is not properly the property of that individual, but of the government. That's a long (well, maybe not) way off, however, so I want to draw attention to the flip side of "precision medicine". Imagine a biowarfare capability that is able to target, not specific populations, or genetic markers, e.g., a bioweapon designed to kill, let's say, people with a certain color of eyes, or what have you. Imagine, rather, a biowarfare capability that is able to target ever narrower subsets of a population, based on combinations of genetic traits, lifestyle habits, and so on. Eventually, if the DNA data net is cast far and wide enough, one might envision bioweapons able to target specific clans, families, even individuals. (In fact, if you've been watching the television series Blacklist, starring James Spader and Meegan Boone, the concluding episodes of season 2 deal precisely with the use of such a technology to infect an individual and to conduct covert assassinations.)

"Precision medicine" I suspect will be the new "meme" that smiling faces from the lamestream corporate controlled media will be pushing and talking about over the next few months and years. And again, the health benefits are there; they are real, and they have great potential.

But "precision medicine" is but one covert laboratory away from "precision bioweapons."

See you on the flip side...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Waterbug on May 7, 2018 at 2:06 am

    Appears the criminal parasites have now stepped up their sinister game with DNA. I recall not more than a decade ago, docs were offering free blood tests and health checks. Goons hit people in the street on the head, taken to the hospital and organs removed in the Caribbean. Same thing was going on in NYC.

    A few years ago, I was told by a doctor one person has potential to generate 1.2 million in the US. I was with my friend at a Mortuary Expo and several Funeral Directors commented they were receiving families loved ones with organs missing who were not donors.

    In China the seventy-million-strong Buddhist revival movement known as Falun Gong has been victims of organ harvesting many years…including live organ removal in vans. Transplanted into new recipients, foreign and Chinese alike, a kidney could go for $60,000, a liver $90,000, with hearts, lungs, and corneas fetching what might be termed a seasonal price.

    Dyncorp remains in the spotlight since the murder of Senator Nancy Schaeffer and her husband and the government contracts keep flowing.

    You don’t have to ask why this study was made prior to 2009 in the Caribbean & UK to learn ethnicity and attitude concerning organ donation.

    Prices for a dead body could top 10 Grand. SERCO is the World’s Largest Mortuary and they were the World’s Largest Air Traffic Controller on 911.

    The war in Yemen is generating lot’sa revenue for these criminal parasites.

  2. Eve Leung on May 7, 2018 at 1:46 am

    First personal opinion – No, thank you very much!

    Second personal opinion – More control on it is way! LOL

  3. marcos toledo on May 6, 2018 at 6:57 pm

    This type of story has been making the rounds for decades and there is a long history of our elites dreams of ridding themselves of useless eaters. This would be the perfect way for them to carry out their nefarious plans.

  4. Jon on May 6, 2018 at 4:10 pm

    If it wasn’t so tragic, it would be amusing every time I hear about allopathic medicine trying to figure out how to keep people healthy. It always reminds me of the story about NASA spending north of one million dollars to invent a pen that writes in zero gravity – while the Russians simply used pencils.

    Allopathy will never keep anyone healthy, for two very good reasons:

    One, their model of life and health is based on incorrect assumptions that living bodies are just physical machines, like a steam engine.

    Two, the allopathic system is driven by corporate profits and sees illness as a revenue stream – it is not in their economic interest to cure or heal anyone, as a recent article about a Goldman Sachs analysis of healthcare stated outright.

    “A patient cured is a customer lost,” as the saying goes in medical circles.

    Joseph calls the reasoning “fluff,” but I would use a stronger word with which those of us in cattle country are more familiar.

    If one wants to have a healing regimen based on lifestyle and body/blood type, there are several effective modalities which have been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years, and which are far safer and more attuned to the human body than any petrochemical concoction some Frankenstooge in a lab can make.

    There is no doubt this is yet another bogus dark op to mess with the common folk.

  5. Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2018 at 12:18 pm

    You can bet; with all the do-dah day happy blue bird hoop-la, that the price will be sky-f@#&%*g-high!
    One must always remember; despite the information age do-da-days blue bird on my shoulder, it’s actually the did-information age!
    Precision murder is already here. The Chemtrails[nano biologicals being purposely released] are just the exposed tip of the ice-berg. The global titanic population, swimming merrily, merrily along; all the while being targeted by those elected to protect them.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 6, 2018 at 12:20 pm

      I should proof read.
      Or, better yet, drink some 86 proof.

  6. TheThinker101 on May 6, 2018 at 10:24 am

    They’re looking for that long lost bloodline. Perhaps Pre-Flood?
    Anyone who is blue eyed and blonde haired or red haired should take precaution in participating in this gigantic study.

  7. DanaThomas on May 6, 2018 at 9:19 am

    As I think Joseph and others have suggested elsewhere, maybe other persons or entities – the sky’s (not) the limit here – are driving the “authorities” to conduct mass genetic sampling, voluntary and involuntary.

    • WalkingDead on May 6, 2018 at 11:41 am

      Wouldn’t surprise me if they were attempting to resurrect the Nephilim and bring back their “ancient gods” to walk among men once again. Maybe they think they can “control” them this time around.

  8. WalkingDead on May 6, 2018 at 9:15 am

    Not to mention the one thing that motivates these people and that’s the profit motive. When you go from one size fits all to individually targeted “medicine” the cost goes up and the profit goes up. If you think that $5000 bag of salt water they dripped into you or that $600 Epi-pen (containing only $1 worth of epinephrine) is overpriced, wait till they charge you for your “individualized cure”.
    Then there is Goldman Sachs advising the Phara companies that curing patients is not a “sustainable business model”.

    • Ramura on May 6, 2018 at 9:08 pm

      I hit this button in error. I did NOT intend to “report user!”

      Sorry about that!

    • Ramura on May 6, 2018 at 9:09 pm

      What I meant to say was I saw a story yesterday about a woman who was in a car accident and went to hospital. Was given an ice pack and a bandage and released. Then she got the bill: $5,700!!!!!

  9. Curt on May 6, 2018 at 7:28 am

    Wile E. Coyote versus the Roadrunner springs to mind. Here’s hoping humanity gets to say ‘meep, meep’ as ‘Mr. Coyote’s’ latest scheme leads him over the edge of the cliff and lands him in a puff of dust.

  10. goshawks on May 6, 2018 at 6:33 am

    Around a month ago, I had to go into a local hospital’s Urgent Care facility for a minor oops. Among the forms I had to electronically-sign was one authorizing my DNA to be collected by the facility. I said, “No, thanks.” And then, I had to electronically-sign a separate paper denying that agreement. (I said at the time that this denial probably put me on a different ‘list’.) So, the DNA-collection push has been extended down into a hospital ‘routine’. Creepy…

    We need to step up a level or six, out of the mundane. As Charles Fort stated, “The Earth is a farm. We are someone else’s property.” Going down the Gizar route for now: Ancient war. Remnant ‘people’ and technologies. Continuity of purpose.

    Two possibilities for all this DNA collection and sorting:

    1) All the DNA collection is a search for ‘covert’ infiltrators. Folks who could pass as human, but would show up in DNA testing as ‘outsiders’. Think of it as a modern Dragnet…

    2) All this genetics collection is for certain ‘heritage’ groups to recreate their fore-bearers (as closely as possible), through substi tuting-in [hah!] scattered DNA-segments. Think how they are trying to re-create semi-dinosaurs from manipulating recovered (real) dinosaur DNA-fragments into bird DNA. That would explain the recent human DNA-sequencing, the massive global DNA ‘search’, CRISPR-type gene-editing tools, and now the cloning of primates. Tie it all together, and you have an endeavor to recreate some kind of (Anunnaki ?) fore-bearer. Ninharsag (and Enki) would be proud!

  11. Katie B on May 6, 2018 at 5:23 am

    Thing is though, two can play that game.

  12. Tommi H on May 6, 2018 at 5:19 am

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