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Eugenics - Guiding Canada’s Policies?

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posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 09:44 AM
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Most nations have laws protecting people from genetic discrimination. Not Canada. Bill S-201, the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act introduced by Senator Jim Cowan, was recently gutted by the Liberal Government. The proposed “amendments” were rejected by Parliament on Tuesday evening in a voice vote. Now, the government wants a recorded vote (also referred to as a standing vote) on the amendments Wednesday evening (tonight).

The Government claims such an Act could encroach on Provincial powers. Others say the gutting results from lobbying by the insurance industry, which claims costs will rise.

However, many Canadian leaders seem to support Eugenics principles, and claims about “jurisdiction” and “costs” are just a good cover.


Another important Bill now before the House is S-201, the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act. This is a Senate Bill initially sponsored by NS Senator Jim Cowan. It seeks to prevent individuals from having to disclose genetic test results to employers, insurance companies, etc. Canada is the only major country without some kind of similar protection.

…the (federal) Government has concerns relating to its constitutionality because it could encroach on provincial jurisdiction…



MPs reject Liberal government's attempt to gut genetic discrimination bill

Insurance lobby could be linked to cabinet opposition to genetic discrimination bill, senator says

…Alberta Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault had introduced a motion in the House to remove key sections of the legislation, including those relating to penalties for genetic discrimination and language forbidding employers from subjecting job applicants to a genetic test. His efforts to dramatically reduce the bill's scope were defeated in a voice vote.

…Now, at the request of the government, there will be a recorded vote (also referred to as a standing vote) on Boissonault's amendments Wednesday evening.



Home DNA tests may affect insurance, employment

Marketplace investigation finds no protection for Canadians against discrimination based on DNA tests



Genetic discrimination bill headed back to Senate, Liberals deny it reopens possibility for government changes






posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 09:48 AM
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a reply to: soficrow

Ironically, every woman I know has googly-eyes for the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 10:01 AM
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originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: soficrow

Ironically, every woman I know has googly-eyes for the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau


lol. Of course! He's hot. And he picked a smart wife like George Clooney, which ups their stock in my world.

Too bad today is International Women's Day - his support,. while much appreciated, is obscuring the importance of the vote tonight on the ant-genetic discrimination act.




posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 10:01 AM
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As we inch incrementally closer and closer to a more American style, for profit, or at least a true two tier, health care system, these are the types of things the insurance companies don't want to see.

Protection for citizens means less profits for the heartless SOB's and we can't have that now. Profits over people must be the mantra.



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 10:07 AM
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a reply to: soficrow

It's easy for those in political power to exercise their discrimination and prejudice under the guise of "other reasons", as I understand that's partly why Marijuana became illegal in the States - it was to assist the authorities in targeting minorities who often possessed and used the plant.


Side note regarding your Clooney comment - have you heard the theory that George and Amal Clooney are CIA assets? Interesting angle www.amtvmedia.com...



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 10:07 AM
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a reply to: GAOTU789

True but the US has had protections from genetic discrimination for almost 10 years - like most other developed nations.

More likely, Canada wants NOT to provide public health care for the 'genetically inferior.' Never mind that the vast majority of so-called "genetic diseases" aren't genetic.





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posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 11:25 AM
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originally posted by: soficrow

originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: soficrow

Ironically, every woman I know has googly-eyes for the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau


lol. Of course! He's hot. And he picked a smart wife like George Clooney, which ups their stock in my world.

Too bad today is International Women's Day - his support,. while much appreciated, is obscuring the importance of the vote tonight on the ant-genetic discrimination act.





Trudeau is an ef'ing tool cum globalist puppet and his wife is few bricks short of a load. Neither of them are sharpest tools in the box, not even close, umm, err, umm, Ahhh, sputter-stutter lol. He was put in place by fake election using gems based fractional voting machines to further fut Canada by continuing the legacy of his traitorous father.

As far as eugenics in Canada, of course, like Australia, Canada is an experiment in dysfunctional socialism. If you anything about history, socialism is the twisted spawn of communism and Marxism. Eugenics operations will be carried out on the down-low in Canada until it's properly forced into public view. We're seeing a little of that now, in an attempt to create legislation to protect people from parasitic government and over-reaching industry. I can guarantee you, any legislation passed, if genetic testing is allowed, will place all the genetic information in the hands if government. Where under Bill c-6, they can sell it to the highest bidder.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 11:30 AM
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Heck, I had my genetics done and also the genetics of many in my family, and using this information and the gene apps, I can identify risk and actually research why the risk is there and counteract the risk. Another words, I have been able to stop the progression of hereditary diseases expressing themselves that I have by minor dietary changes. The Nutrition people got it all wrong in figuring out what all people should eat, some of us just can't eat the foods they say to eat without getting problems. That is Eugenetics, they are targeting northern Europeans many times with these recommendations.

Taking a flu shot is also targeting the sickening of people who actually have a good immune system, the shot can kill or speeden the death of people who have good immunity. So those with problematic immune systems will survive, and they are dependent on the vaccinations. They quit vaccinating and these people will get very sick. They are addicted.



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 11:48 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Totally agree about the flu shot. It was once on our news that the flu shot makes it more likely you will catch the next year's flu, because it lowers the immune system. They mentioned that a couple of years ago, and then went back to pushing the shots again 😕
I'm glad my doctor has never mentioned flu shots.

What do you think about "eating for blood type"?
When I read up on that, my ideal diet is chicken, fish, and many many veggies, and it is what makes me feel the best.
That also sounds healthier for everyone though.



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 01:05 PM
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originally posted by: snowspirit
a reply to: rickymouse

Totally agree about the flu shot. It was once on our news that the flu shot makes it more likely you will catch the next year's flu, because it lowers the immune system. They mentioned that a couple of years ago, and then went back to pushing the shots again 😕
I'm glad my doctor has never mentioned flu shots.

What do you think about "eating for blood type"?
When I read up on that, my ideal diet is chicken, fish, and many many veggies, and it is what makes me feel the best.
That also sounds healthier for everyone though.


Sounds like you are type A. Type Os can eat a lot more things.

The major thing with the blood type diet is agglutination. All you have to do is counteract the agglutination when you eat red meat. So eat onions on that burger, it works the same was as aspirin to keep the platelets and blood cells from sticking together. Or when you eat spaghetti, just make sure to eat garlic bread, the garlic also has the same kind of sulfur properties. Omelets can have a bit of onion in them too, but actually the egg is not the problem, it has a higher sulfur chemistry already if you eat the whole egg. But the ham in it, that could use a little more sulfur. Also the type of cow is important, there are A and B type cows too.

Yes, the blood type diet is important, but a lot of the problems in that can be addressed in choosing companion food chemistry. Tomatoes actually have sulfur in them but contain a lot of nitrates also, they can cause some problems if overconsumed in an A, B, or AB bloodtype.

O's are not immune to problems either, there are other epigenetic reasons they may not be able to eat everything they desire. But they can eat more beef and other red meats. The Albumin in beef and the kind of oliosacharide, or sugar, in meat can also be a problem for some. With that, if there are symptoms, a little pineapple or grapefruit, or onions is needed if symptoms are evident. Or just drink a beer, the beer incorporates proteinases to keep it from discoloring at lower temperatures. It is active too.

The albumin opening up the gut to allow things that are not fully digested to pass causes problems and consuming a proteinase is needed to counteract it. This gut problem is scattered amongst the blood types, I do not know if one type is more susceptable.

So if in doubt, just have a beer after supper.



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 01:22 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

👍🏻 reading the part about onions on burgers, eggs, and garlic with meat sauce - I do all that, almost seems like I eat by instinct.
I'm an A+



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 02:51 PM
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a reply to: rickymouse

God, Man, you made my DAY. Most of my calories come from BEER! (and a little bit of red wine).

We raise our own vegetables so salads for lunch, mostly, and then home made soups. We've gotten almost entirely away from beef......but do eat some chicken. Project this year is to learn how to fish (fly fish) so we can start eating more fish from the lake down the street.

Never had the flu shot..............I dunno now......we both had the flu for the first time in our lives. Vicious.
Regards



posted on Mar, 8 2017 @ 03:14 PM
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originally posted by: snowspirit
a reply to: rickymouse

👍🏻 reading the part about onions on burgers, eggs, and garlic with meat sauce - I do all that, almost seems like I eat by instinct.
I'm an A+


Don't eat too much of the highly prepared foods, it screws up that instinct, hijacking your bodies cravings.

I am A+ too, I have always preferred fish and chicken over beef. But my wife loves beef, she is an O+. We buy a half a head of beef a year but we give half of that away for christmas presents to the kids and my brother.

When we would eat out a lot, I would always get fish or chicken and the wife would get a steak or burger most of the time. Once in a while I would get a burger. When we stopped eating out, we started eating way more beef because the wife likes beef. I have to eat more sulfur foods and I have problems eating a lot of onions, it thins my blood too much because I don't make blood cells very well. Been that way all my life, nothing to do with the blood type though. The wife only likes chicken once a week or so and she only likes fish about once every three weeks. I could eat those every day.



posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 07:17 AM
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I do not support Eugenics policies. Canadians need legal protections from Genetic Discrimination just like the rest of the world.

...Personalized nutrition and medicine is the future for sure, but more dependent upon epigenetics than genetics.






posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 11:31 AM
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a reply to: soficrow

Tell me. Why is eugenics bad? Implemented in the correct way it can be beneficial to humanity. Given the choice I would much rather live in a eugenic society instead of a dysgenic society. And a dysgenic society is where we seem to be heading.



posted on Mar, 9 2017 @ 11:37 AM
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originally posted by: Humbaba
a reply to: soficrow

Tell me. Why is eugenics bad? Implemented in the correct way it can be beneficial to humanity. Given the choice I would much rather live in a eugenic society instead of a dysgenic society. And a dysgenic society is where we seem to be heading.


The concept is based on a mistaken assumption - that DNA trumps epigenetic responses to environmental change and epigenetic inheritance.


Ed. to add: The good news.


Liberal backbenchers defy cabinet wishes and vote to enact genetic discrimination law

...The bill has now cleared both the House of Commons and the Senate but will only become law when it receives royal assent, which could take place in the next few days.




YES!






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