Note that this video is several years old. However, it seems to have surfaced again just this month.
Also note that I am suspicious of this video's authenticity, though I can't find anyone debunking it. Yet.
Having said that, IF this is the real thing, then no wonder it kind of faded away after it was released in 2005. I found two very old threads on this
from 2008 and 2009. One with no links, and one with a link that no longer works.
I must admit to a genuine curiousity here. I don't doubt that the technology exists to do something like this. But the question is whether or not
this is a real genetic illness. And does it really need to be treated as such?
From a personal perspective, I spent many years involved in the christian church as a believer. And I won't argue that walking away from the church,
and a belief in a god has been an exceptionally freeing experience. I feel like I have a life, and a mind of my own again.
But that's me. I don't look at the rest of my family, and what religious friends I still know as sick people that need to be vaccinated. And I
certainly don't think I'm in favor of "vaccinating" a whole country.
Nevertheless, watch and listen to the vid, and share your thoughts. And lets not let this thread turn ugly. I realize this is a sensitive topic, and
I'm not out to offend any christians, muslims, etc.
Note: I truly had no idea what to put this under. But I'm sure the staff will move it if need be.
Wow, the scariest thing from that video is how nonchalantly the speaker suggests using the flu virus to inoculate the population in the Middle-East,
most probably without their knowledge. Makes you wonder how many times WE have been exposed to various "fixes" someone thought should be
As those who have read my posts probably know, I am no big fan of religion, and I'd be happy to see it go but this way of eliminating it makes me
shudder. I think it should all be free will and a slow and gradual process. As our society gets more and more advanced, I think it is inevitable that
we will naturally steer away from organized religion, which only serves to hamper the overall progress of the humanity. I think treating it as a
disease and modifying our genes when our understanding of the matter is superficial at best, is extremely arrogant and dangerous.
I'm all for genetic research and I'm no fan of religion - but not this way.
Agreed. It makes me wonder just what else will this vaccination "cure" while it's curing religion? And what else will or have they thought maybe
needs curing among the populace? Maybe conspiracy theorists need a dose too. Or maybe gun owners...
A lot is made of the pixelating around the guys mouth, and such, but what shows it most to me is the two pictures of the brain scans. The voiceover,
and it really is obviously done as a voiceover and not a mike, says at 01:18, "these are two different individuals". No they are not. The spaces,
shapes, and coloring in your brain are as different from one person to the next as fingerprints. The scans are obviously the same brain. That error
is so bad, it makes all other claims pale in comparison. And it makes the video a hoax, done by a real amateur that didn't do his research.
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