By Dr. John Reizer
Why are we constantly being encouraged by television shows and associated commercials to supply our DNA to different corporate entities?
Whether it’s for disease screenings or to locate long lost relatives, is it really a good idea to give out our DNA to strangers?
There’s an important reason not to have your DNA tested by companies that are trying to help you screen different diseases or to find distant family members. The DNA information that you are providing is being collected by companies that can sell your private genetic secrets to Big Pharma, insurance companies and government agencies that might use the data against you.
Think of it this way; would you voluntarily hand out your social security number to strangers? Of course you wouldn’t. If someone gets hold of your social security number, he or she could steal your identity and cause you lots of financial problems. We all know this and go to a lot of trouble to protect ourselves from identity thieves.
The same mindset and caution should be practiced when it comes to DNA. DNA contains all of the unique biochemical secrets concerning our bodies and the bodies of our ancestors. When we are protective of our genetic codes, we’re not only protecting ourselves, we’re being protective of everybody in our family tree. It’s a big responsibility and one we should take seriously.
There are plenty of people in the world that have nefarious agendas. Don’t be so eager to give them your secret genetic codes. Trust me when I write that this is not a very good idea. What you don’t really understand could quite honestly come back to hurt you and your loved ones.
What do you think about this subject?
By Dr. John Reizer
Founder of NoFakeNews
The vaccine theory is well protected within the field of medicine. In other words, if anyone speaks or writes negatively about vaccines, he or she is immediately attacked by the pharmaceutical industrial complex. This is especially true with regards to anti vaccine articles authored online.
There are a plethora of paid shills employed by pharmaceutical companies and other agencies that police the Internet comment boards. Collectively speaking, their job is to squash/ridicule any commentary that might suggest or prove that vaccines are not safe for healthcare consumers. In addition, any medical professional that speaks or writes negatively about vaccination theory will assuredly be ostracized from the medical profession.
The research that proves there are serious risks associated with administering vaccines to human beings and other living animals exists, but it is intentionally made difficult to access. Such research has clearly demonstrated that all vaccines are direct transporters of dangerous products into the human body. This in turn permanently damages the human immune system by causing targeted suppression of normal physiology that is necessary to have a healthy population free of disease.
Vaccines are designed to create antibodies in living systems that ultimately suppress biology. The suppression systems realized by these designer medicines vary, but can be used to achieve whatever effect the engineers that make them desire. This includes the planned proliferation of specific diseases as well as infertility challenges within specifically selected segments of the human population.
Within the past few years many campaigns have been launched by the powers that be inviting everybody and their uncle to send off their DNA to independent companies in order to uncover secrets about their ancestral tree. This might not be such a great idea because specific individuals as well as larger segments of the population could potentially be targeted for sterilization or harm from designer diseases.
If the wrong people get their hands on your DNA samples, you could be in trouble. People should protect their DNA as if it were their personal financial information. You don’t want a data breach taking place with regards to your personal DNA information. That kind of stolen data loaded into a vaccine could be a serious problem for all of us.
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