The Cult of Scientism gathered in London.
HUMAN GENOME SUMMIT
The Third International Summit on Human Genome Editing was recently held at the Francis Crick Institute in London.
It was a three-day conference organised by the Vatican of Scientism (the Royal Society) and their branched counterparts, the U.K. Academy of Medical Sciences, the U.S. National Academies of Sciences and Medicine and The World Academy of Sciences.
The last international summit, in 2018 in Hong Kong, certainly created a storm.
That was the event at which the Shenzhen-based biotech entrepreneur, He Jiankui, reported experiments that had resulted in the birth of two children with deliberately modified genotypes. He was jailed by Chinese authorities.
Now, not too long after he was released from prison, the ‘experts’ gather once again five years later.
At the summit, scientists, bioethicists, physicians, patients and others gathered to discuss the latest developments on technology that lets researchers modify DNA with precision, including how to enforce “ethical principles” for human genome editing.
The organisers decided to focus this event on therapeutic uses of “somatic genome editing”.
Somatic. Huxley would be proud.
Two basic “strategies” were discussed: One was a cell-based therapy involving the transfusion of cells into patients that have been genetically modified in the laboratory to carry out a “therapeutic function”, while the other involved the introduction of “gene therapy agents” directly to patients to modify DNA in their cells.
One notable feature was a session on the first day devoted to genome editing strategies for Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).
SCD disproportionately affects those already more likely to experience “structural disadvantage”, whether within the societies of the West, or in the SCD hotspots in sub-Saharan and North-East Africa, India and the Middle East.
Members of the organising committee drew attention to their strongly stated call to action contained in the closing statement:
“The extremely high costs of current somatic gene therapies are unsustainable. A global commitment to affordable, equitable access to these treatments is urgently needed.”
For those that have not yet understood the extreme concerns of genomic editing, this summit may not seem much to you.
But once you peel back the layers, we are staring down the potential for a Huxleyan sci-fi nightmare to be unleased.
PROTESTS AGAINST MEETING
Throughout the three-day conference, attendees had to walk past protestors bearing placards with slogans like “Stop Designer Babies” and “Never again to Eugenics”.
The pressure group, Stop Designer Babies, called the summit an “uncritical feast of techno-hype” that, by advocating the legalisation of human genetic modification (HGM), resurrects “the spectre of eugenics”.
Dr David King, the coordinator of Stop Designer Babies, had this to say:
“Ordinary people must come together to resist the designer baby eugenics that these technocrats want to impose upon us.
We must defend the international consensus against HGM that they refuse to acknowledge.
There is no unmet medical need for HGM so why is this summit even discussing it? It is hard to decide whether it is the profit motive or a simple refusal to accept that society has a right to define ethical limits to science.”
There is a spectre at this uncritical feast of techno-hype, the spectre of eugenics.
We call on the Medical Research Council to begin a process of renaming the Institute and on Robin Lovell-Badge to publicly apologise for his connections to the Eugenics Society.”
He should also apologise for his references to GM ‘super-soldiers’ resistant to biological weapons and other ‘Super Humans’ in the Cut and Paste exhibition. People who were and still are targeted by eugenics find these suggestions extremely offensive in the context of a campaign to legalise the genetic modification of human beings.”
I salute the efforts of these noble individuals.
The end game, and while people pay attention to summits like Davos or the Bilderberg groups, the shapers of the grand scientific narratives of our time gather to further progress the ultimate transhumanist utopia.
Ordinary people must come together to resist the designer baby eugenics agenda that these technocrats want to impose upon us.
I mean, just look at where the event was held… the Francis Crick Institute:
The U.S. Natural Library of Medicine Archives holds evidence to the dark past of High Priest Mr. Crick, including a letter addressed to Dr. John T. Edsall in 1971, where he hopes for eugenics to become “respected again” and ‘thought of in a different way’:
Individuals like Crick and many other pathed the foundation for work that continues to this very day.
Of course, Hitler just imported his brand of eugenics into Germany from existing research in the West, including Australia, and following the backlash to his moves.. the mad scientists began to re-brand a new form of “eugenics modernisation”.
Today, these groups have mapped out the entire human genome and are on a quest to be able to ‘edit’ the species with ease.
And beyond that, ‘editing’ nature and everything around it while they are there.
EDITING HUMANS.. AND BEYOND
The Cult of Scientism have progressed leaps-and-bounds with their quest to dominate and ‘enhance’ the species.
For example, the Human Genome Project (HGP) was an international collaboration that successfully determined, stored, and rendered the sequences of almost all the genetic content of the chromosomes of the ‘human organism’.
It operated from 1990 to 2003 and provided researchers with information about the sequences of the three billion chemical base pairs, such as adenine, thymine, guanine, and cytosine, that make up human DNA.
From this point, the technique was further tweaked to identify all the genes encoded in human DNA. And, how to ‘edit’ those codes..
Enter CRISPR and the next-generation children of this new technique.
With CRISPR, there is the danger of “off-target edits”.
That’s one reason why even more precise tools, like CRISPR-Cas9 “DNA-snipping”, has now come along.
Germ-line editing is highly controversial, and some working in the field want it banned.
A moratorium is absolutely needed while we debate the ethics.
But, despite these concerns, the ‘experts’ are pushing right ahead with their plans, supported by government.
In 2019, Australia de-regulated gene-editing techniques, including CRISPR.
Since then, we have seen a plethora of new ‘advancements’ that are promoted as ‘solutions’ to all our ailments. We have even seen scientists thinking of new ways to use this technology to ‘make us better people’ in a truly eerie way.
Last year, Australia unveiled a national “genomics surveillance platform” for “real-time” data storage.
It doesn’t just stop at humans, either.
CRISPR-Cas9 has allowed for ultra-precise “snipping” of DNA, and this now can include the DNA of plants and seeds.
This technology is such a ‘breakthrough’ that with a new-and-improved enzyme approach, the biomedical industry is promising to help “re-engineer crops” to ‘deal with climate change’.
If allowed to operate unchecked and unregulated, these groups — as they have always intended for the last 250 years since the Great Revolution — hope to blanket humanity in a system of biomedical tyranny described aptly in Huxley’s 1932 classic.
When the Vatican of Scientism gathers, you can be sure that major breakthroughs and major changes are on the way.
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