“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through…all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself.

For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” – Marcus Tullius Cicero

The most successful wars are those that are never fought but that achieve their goals by providing a false sense to the victims that the war was avoided so that they don’t even think about lifting a finger to fight.

Today’s ruling issued by the United States Supreme Court which upholds the idea that companies cannot patent human genes is another example of how a false-flag is successfully carried out on the population. The concern about human genetics is not only related to whether or not a company or group of companies should be able to extract, modify and control genes, but also about how the same corporations or its business partners are able to sell the idea that people are genetically predisposed to disease and to sell products or services that endanger human life.

No one other than the large corporations who seek to patent human genes would be happy about a ruling that would have allowed them to do so, but as in many other cases, the corporations own both fighters on the boxing match. These companies are also the ones backing pseudoscience which supposedly proves that people are more likely to get sick with cancer or other disease because of the content of their genes, so they can sell unproven treatments to “cure” their genetically diseased bodies.

According to the Council for Responsible Genetics, one of many sources on this issue, genetic susceptibility is just another way of marketing a new product to the dumb masses. “Marketing of genetic susceptibility tests both via doctors and direct-to-consumers has a powerful financial incentive”, writes the CRG. “Strong associations between genes and susceptibility to common diseases found in early studies are typically not confirmed by larger, later ones. Most of these genetic tests will therefore be misleading and the associated products and advice are, at best, a waste of money. At worst, they may also be harmful to health.”

If there is anything that the US Supreme Court ruling has done today, is to open the door for the shamans of genetics and its sponsors to freely offer their potions and “miracle pills” that will supposedly help genetically ill people. The kind of quackery behind genetic predisposition is responsible for experiments such as the one conducted by the Pentagon, that seeks to use vaccines to lobotomize people out of their religious beliefs. Don’t take me wrong, genetics is capable of changing much of who we humans are, except it won’t do so for our own good. A clear example of this is the introduction of GMOs in the food supply under the excuse that it helps feed the world. Experiments have demonstrated time after time that GMOs are the cause of numerous disease in humans and animals, yet they are still being commercialized.

The April 2009 issue of the Pharmacogenetics Journal explains who the scam behind “personalized medicine” works:

[quote style=”1″]”The goal of personalized medicine is to utilize a person’s genetic makeup for appropriate disease diagnosis and treatment…many onlookers with business acumen…seek commercial gains by offering to decipher the genome of individuals for a fee. The fast rate at which these startup companies have become popular gives the public the impression that the science is moving at equal pace. However, that is not true. These personalized medicine companies say they are merely providing ‘information’ about an individual’s health/disease risk. However…there is not yet scientific consensus on the risk factors for more common complex diseases… Yet for a $1000 or more, one can submit a DNA sample to be sequenced by these companies and a report is sent back with a disease risk assessment.” [/quote]

As it has been demonstrated, Genetics MIGHT be only one factor in the development of disease, with environmental effects playing a large and significant role in the appearance and severity of human disease. As of right now, so-called Genetic screening is not valid for diagnosing health problems such as hypertension, heart disease, cancer, and a number of other diseases people worry about. The best result that current genetic test can provide is a rough idea about whether a patient can be or not susceptible to a certain disease, which is why tests such as Sciona’s “Body Benefits” Tests, Great Smokies’ Genovations™ Tests, NuGenix tests, Seryx’s Signature Genetics tests, Imagene and others are not a basis to go out and cut your breasts because someone said a patient has a genetic predisposition to cancer.

Notice that the Supreme Court decision on whether corporations can patent genes came after another recent psychological operation — the double mastectomy by Angelina Jolie — took place, one that was given sufficient time to go round the world, to spread, before the Court’s decision definitely opened the door to “genetic treatment”. Treating supposed genetically inherited disease is such a hoax , that in most cases the treatments offered by the shamans of genetics are accompanied by guidance on diet, supplement strategies, lifestyle changes, and/or drug usage. In the end, people who may get sick end up not getting sick not because of the so-called genetic treatment, but because of their changes in lifestyle.

A report prepared by the Government Accountability Office in 2006, discovered that the recommendations offered by alleged genetic treatment centers were neither personalized nor based on a patients DNA sample. GeneWatch UK has called the use of genetic screening and treatment a “genetic horoscope” given the dubious origin of its science and the unproven results of its treatments. The organization has gone further to call the treatment of supposed genetically inherited disease “a dangerous myth”. Why? Because, according to GeneWatch UK, it is a bad strategy for health, it uses fear to carry out marketing, it undermines public health, creates a genetic underclass ( a strategy which by the way was used during the Nazi Holocaust to murder innocent people), it undermines civil liberties, opens the door for patenting of life and wastes resources while eroding trust.

So perhaps Monsanto, Dow Chemical, Syngenta and Dupont, among other companies, will not be able — for now — to patent a human gene, but what do you think will happen every time a gullible consumer goes into a genetic treatment clinic to find out whether or not he or she is predisposed to a disease? What will their DNA be used for, since it won’t help detect such predisposition? Who will make use of it? They will collect it, experiment with it, manipulate it and then create a flood of genetically induced pestilence with the capacity to truly make us all sick from the inside out. Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court is just another example of how a false-flag attack is carried out on the people of the world without a single ‘legal shot’ being fired. Today’s rejection of human gene patenting, which if accepted would have been even worse for everyone, is tomorrow’s tool to know exactly how to get rid of the ‘lesser people’.

Can you see the traitor among us now?

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