In the following video, Dr. Carrie Madaj questions what “it is to be human”. Why? Because the so-called “COVID” vaccines deploy recombinant DNA/RNA technology that “rewrites” the genetic code much as Monsanto, for example, rewrites the genetic code of numerous seeds (including tomatoes, corn, etc) not to mention to application of genetic bio-technology to animals:
“Biotechnology can be classified as the cloning of animals” with identical genetic composition or genetic engineering (via recombinant DNA technology and gene editing) to produce genetically modified animals or microorganisms.
Cloning helps to conserve species and breeds, particularly those with excellent biological and economical traits. Recombinant DNA technology combines genetic materials from multiple sources into single cells to generate proteins. (Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology)
Genetically-modified organisms can be patented and owned.
Monsanto owns the GMO seeds.
Once DNA vaccines are used on humans — and it has never been done before — humans could possibly be “owned”. We could in theory be “patented”.
None of this has been discussed at length, and very little about this is known publicly.
No randomized placebo-controlled trials have been conducted. Vaccine manufacturers are exempt from these and many other safeguards.
In 2010, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) admitted that this type of technology can be used to “enhance and subvert” humans at a genetic level.
Hydrogel nanotechnology is injected beneath the skin. It can interface with cell phones and Artificial Intelligence to monitor basically everything within the body, including anxieties, emotions, ovulations, vitamins etc. etc.
Once implanted, the technology spreads throughout the body. Scientists do not know how this affects our DNA.
Recombinant RNA and DNA technology will, argues Dr. Madej, cause permanent and unknown genetic changes in a person’s body.
Will it create a new species and destroy an old one?
Complete video (Facebook version) with introduction by Krystal Tini
Our thanks to Mark Taliano for bringing this study to our attention.
Dr. Carrie Madej, DO is an internal medicine specialist in McDonough, GA. Dr. Madej completed a residency at Mercer University The Med Center Of Central GA. She currently practices at Phoenix Medical Group of Georgia, LLC and is affiliated with Piedmont Fayette Hospital.
Mark Taliano is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) and the author of Voices from Syria, Global Research Publishers, 2017.
Republished by The 21st Century
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