Thursday, June 24, 2010

Molecular Inspection

Gene Data For All Within a Decade

Wonderful news, my friends! Celebrate! We'll all have our complete DNA sequenced and stored in giant databases within 10 years, at least everyone in First World countries will. Oh, and there will be rainbows and unicorns for everyone, for as soon as you get sick they'll be able to create customized treatments for you. Assuming that SoetoroCare provides the necessary funding. I can't wait.

No, the push for DNA sequencing of the general public is for two reasons. First, on record, the Pentagon has been storing blood samples from every baby born in America, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand since 1972, taken at birth in the hospitals, for the purpose of individual-specific bioweapons. Second, the government's friends in the giant insurance companies want your DNA so that they can scan you for future disease, so that they can deny you coverage or only offer you sky-high rates, those of you with gene markers indication a propensity towards cancers, heart disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Crohn's, etc.

This is a major part of the super-technological, scientific tyranny which we will soon be under. Their computer systems automatically create and constantly update behavioral profiles for everyone based on the telecommunications, travel patterns and purchases. With DNA databases, they will have the rest of the information they want about you, information they couldn't get from spying on you with all of their machines. Information that you can't possibly know yourself because it is encoded in the very cells of your body.

I and all of my friends are already in the government database, or at least they have our blood so that they could sequence us if they wished. Sooner or later every sample will be sequenced and stored, but it is only in the last few years that automated gene sequencers have been fast enough to allow for mass typing on a scale of millions of people. If anyone reads these posts who was born before 1972, never allow yourself to be sequenced for any reason, and be very cautious who you give blood samples to, for drug screenings for job applications or for any other excuse.

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