Violence was also directed against entire races or even meals. Excellent. And I was just attempting to discover the origin of my ancestors when this happened.
Americans are, according to former Army Ranger and veteran Crow, too eager to submit their DNA information to these firms without fully understanding the potential dangers:
“Young people, according to the polls and data, have little expectation of privacy.”
“People will spit directly into a cup and send it to 23andMe for really useful information about their background. And guess what? Their DNA is now the property of a private firm, and it can be sold without any intellectual property or privacy protections in place. “
Still not frightened? Crow is still working:
“There are now weapons in the works and already deployed that target particular individuals.”
“That’s what this is all about: you can target a biological weapon to kill someone or disable them on the battlefield or render them inoperative, based on their medical profile.”
I don’t believe I have any mortal foes, but I’m sure glad I was right since I submitted my 23andMe test back in the day. My wife refused and termed me an idiot for handing over my entire genetic code to someone else; I called her a conspiracy theorist. Who do you think is laughing now?
She points out that the past two years have witnessed a slew of conspiracy theories… coming true. Even Anthony Fauci is now acknowledging that the Wuhan virus may have originated in a laboratory, and you would immediately be removed from social media if you stated it a year ago. For goodness’ sake, DNA-customized weapons were at the center of James Bond’s latest film, No Time to Die. It’s becoming reality right now.