(Daily Mail) Years ago, Israel announced that it was developing genetically specific bioweapons to target specific enemies — to be used by the Mossad, which is notorious for their extra-judicial assassination program — and now these clandestine programs can access DNA samples submitted to consumer DNA companies like 23andMe to potentially target anyone deemed a “threat”:
A member of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee warned that bio-weapons are being made that use a target’s DNA to only kill that person.
Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum on Friday, US Rep Jason Crow of Colorado warned Americans to not be so cavalier about sharing their DNA with private companies due to the coming of the new type of weapon.
‘You can actually take someone’s DNA, take, you know, their medical profile and you can target a biological weapon that will kill that person or take them off the battlefield or make them inoperable,’ Crow said.
The congressman said the development of the weapons is worrisome given the popularity of DNA testing services, where people willingly share their genetic mapping with businesses to gain insight on their genealogy and health.
‘You can’t have a discussion about this without talking about privacy and the protection of commercial data because expectations of privacy have degraded over the last 20 years,’ the Democratic lawmaker said. ‘Young folks actually have very little expectation of privacy, that’s what the polling and the data show.”
Crow, a former Army Ranger who served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, continued: ‘People will very rapidly spit into a cup and send it to 23andMe and get really interesting data about their background.’
And guess what? Their DNA is now owned by a private company. It can be sold off with very little intellectual property protection or privacy protection and we don’t have legal and regulatory regimes to deal with that.’
‘We have to have an open and public discussion about…what the protection of healthcare information, DNA information, and your data look like because that data is actually going to be procured and collected by our adversaries for the development of these systems.’
23andMe has repeatedly stated that it does not sell off customers’ private information, but other DNA companies have provided information to police upon request…
…Earlier this week, the Washington Examiner reported on just how easy it could be for privately-owned databases to be used to develop bioweapons such as the ones touted by Crow.
The publication explained how DNA belonging to a target – or the close relative of a target – could be stolen and used to form a biological weapon effective against that person only.
That technology could lead to highly-targeted assassination programs, and also make it much harder for killers to be tracked down….
…In 2018, Ancestry, 23andMe, Habit, Helix, and MyHeritage all signed on to the policy drafted with the help of The Future of Privacy Forum, a non-profit, in support of ‘advancing responsible data practices in support of emerging technologies,’ according to Gizmodo.
The guidelines, titled Privacy Best Practices for Consumer Genetic Testing Services and released on Tuesday, deal with scenarios where users’ personally identifiable and anonymous genetic information might be shared with law enforcement (without a warrant) and other third parties.
The new voluntary policies call for requiring separate consent from users before sharing ‘individual-level information’ with other businesses and more transparency about the number of requests for data received by, and fulfilled for, law enforcement.
While all the companies have said they agree to these standards of practice, there is no law enforcing the rules.
Many of these consumer DNA companies are Jewish-owned — so that alone is a reason not to trust them — because their “ethics” always boils down to “But is it good for the Jews?“
And while these companies may claim that they don’t “sell” your DNA data to “third parties,” nothing can stop them from simply giving it away for free.
This Daily Mail article suggests that the problem would be if this DNA would fall into Russian or Chinese hands — totally ignoring Israel, which has been involved in this type of targeted assassination program for years.
And let’s not forget that by “pure luck” the Israelis just so happened to already be developing the COVID “vaccine” before the so-called “pandemic” was officially announced — and it was the Israeli Biowarfare Institute in Ness Ziona that developed this “vaccine” — which many believe has all the hallmarks of a bioweapon of mass destruction.
And we wouldn’t put it past the Israelis to get their DNA samples from the Chinese — in order to hide their fingerprints — that’s what the Israelis should do if they aren’t.
This type of DNA targeted bioweapon would allow the Mossad to eliminate anyone they see as an “existential threat” to the Jewish people as a whole — and that could include everyone from Holocaust deniers to high profile “antisemites” like Kanye West or Michael Jackson.
Powerful artificial intelligence programs can identify anyone who is active online — they can determine your identity — despite VPN “protections” — by creating a profile for each user based on web searches and comments left on websites — everyone has a unique “fingerprint” based on your grammar, language choice, and subject choice, etc.
The article “Where The Sidewalk Ends: The Death of the Internet” shows exactly how (((Big Tech))) has created a stranglehold on all internet traffic — and how easy it is for these companies to identify you based on your unique activity.
And, of course, Israel has made sure that all this data flows through their tech companies in Tel Aviv — many of the biggest tech companies now have “satellite” offices in Israel.
No wonder why they want to make sure everyone on the planet has access to the internet — with the U.N. claiming that it is now a universal “human right.”
And they’ve made DNA tests as cheap as possible — some companies and research institutes are even offering it for free — which gives them the ultimate voluntary tool of control — and elimination if necessary.