5 thoughts on “NYS Bill A416: Democrats Propose Nazi-Inspired Bill To Round-Up, Institutionalize “Public Health Risks” – Geller Report News

  1. I never thought I’d see this day. We never won WWII–we brought it home.

    I sent part of this discussion to a scientist I know and elaborated on it for posting on WordPress.

    It was my goal as a child to enter the field of genetic research. I cut teeth on what there was back in the 60s/70s until my son was injured [and subsequently my second.]

    I’ve read interesting papers on many things, but most recently genetics. My mind started to wander through the genetic diversity of “us.” The work of Christos A. Ouzounis comes to mind. I see his work as brilliant but scary. [You have to be able to read between the lines…]

    Metabolic innovations towards the human lineage
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18782449/

    I have antibodies to my DNA, so I wonder if I still have the DNA I was born with. In considering Shoenfeld’s work, does the adjuvant do nothing more than stimulate a more vigorous response of the immune system’s battle against altered DNA? [My elongating cervical lesion has stopped acting up since I stopped pharmaceutical products.]

    ‘ASIA’ – autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20708902/

    I’ve read and listened to Dr. Theresa Deischer. I love her description of birth as an immune response. It makes perfect sense. A piece written by her is here.

    Click to access deisher_statement.pdf

    The shots are no longer masquerading as inoculants. They are genetic modification. Was this always their true intention?

    We are genetically extraordinarily diverse. Is the goal of some in the scientific community to change that for most of us and has this been under experimentation for decades?

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  2. Reblogged this on 'This Side of Life' and commented:
    I never thought I’d see this day. We never won WWII–we brought it home.

    I sent part of this discussion to a scientist I know.

    It was my goal as a child to enter the field of genetic research. I cut teeth on what there was back in the 60s/70s until my baby boy was vaccine-injured [and subsequently my second.]

    I’ve read interesting papers on many things, but most recently genetics. My mind started to wander through the genetic diversity of “us.” The work of Christos A. Ouzounis comes to mind. I see his work as brilliant but scary. [You need to read between the lines to understand what can be done.]

    Metabolic innovations towards the human lineage

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18782449/

    I have antibodies to my DNA, so I wonder if I still have the DNA I was born with. In considering Shoenfeld’s work, does the adjuvant do nothing more than stimulate a more vigorous response of the immune system’s battle against altered DNA? [My elongating cervical lesion has stopped acting up since I stopped pharmaceutical products.]

    ‘ASIA’ – autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20708902/

    I’ve read and listened to Dr. Theresa Deischer. I love her description of birth as an immune response. It makes perfect sense. A piece written by her is here.

    Click to access deisher_statement.pdf

    The shots are no longer masquerading as inoculants. They are genetic modification. Was this always their true intention?

    We are genetically extraordinarily diverse. Is the goal of some in the scientific community to change that for most of us and has this been under experimentation for decades?

    Liked by 1 person

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