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Living In A Toxic Soup
mRNA Technology Is The Latest Ingredient
COVID caught peoples attention.
It frightened most of us into malleable puppets that could be commanded in any direction.
Don’t wear masks! OK!
Wear masks! Alright!
Jump! How high?
All it takes is sufficient fear to motivate a population to welcome any amount of tyranny.
The more normalized an intervention becomes the less fear it takes to spur us to accept it.
The “Overton Window” is a political metaphor used to describe the window of acceptable public discourse.
This imaginary window can shift to the right or left or it can widen and narrow over time.
There are similar windows of acceptability that govern our willingness to be subjected to medical interventions.
With the mRNA shots we normalized an important platform technology that hijacks cellular mechanisms used to express genetic instructions.
This brings us closer to accepting the next leap which is editing our own DNA.
CRISPR is the technology being studied now in animals to edit the genetic code of the entire organism, changing it in what we consider a fundamental way.
For example CRISPR can be used to determine whether a mouse will be born white or black.
We could just as easily determine the skin color of all human beings in a perverted attempt to quash racism.
There are genetic variations that tend to show up more frequently in death row inmates, so called criminality genes that could be targeted for removal at a population level.
There are genes that determine sexual dimorphism - the physical characteristics that distinguish most men and women - eg men tend to be taller, with thicker bones and stronger muscles.
Obviously not every single man is taller and stronger than every single woman, but the average group characteristics are clear for all to see and these could be eliminated with gene therapy.
Those concerned about a looming climate catastrophe have argued for shorter people who use fewer resources. This too could be mandated via shot.
Perhaps we should take a step back and consider how far the Overton Window may have already shifted.
Decades of research have revealed that what we consider “self” in a physical or mental sense is not as clear cut as we once thought it was.
What we think of as our own cells are outnumbered at least 10 to 1 by various microbes - bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites - that live in and on us.
These microbes help to determine how healthy or unhealthy we are and even how we look, feel, and think.
Healthful bacterial species are symbiotically involved in digestion and absorption of micronutrients, maintaining our bone density, producing neurotransmitters and steroids hormones, activating thyroid hormone and affecting bile salt metabolism.
One theory has it that the energy production factories inside our own cells, called mitochondria, are themselves enveloped bacterial cells which in some prehistory became so symbiotically intertwined as to become incapable of living outside our own cells.
In fact they have their own separate DNA - mitochondrial DNA, which is passed down from mother to child and has been used to track down the “Mitochondrial Eve” in our human family tree - the single maternal ancestor of all living people.
So it is unsurprising that chronic alterations in healthful bacterial species have been associated with every chronic disease that has been examined including Long COVID, Vaccine injuries, cancers, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, autism, depression, allergies, asthma, IBD, IBS, MS, rheumatoid arthritis, liver disease, Lupus, Alzheimer’s dementia and Parkinson’s disease.
There is a chicken or egg issue here - did the changes drive the disease or did the disease drive the changes?
I think it very likely cuts both ways.
Stool transplants from unhealthy donor to healthy recipient have been shown to transfer disease states such as obesity in both animals and humans (inadvertently of course).
So in a sense we are more like rainforests than chimps or tigers or trees - super organisms made up of all the above and many more - that can only really be understood when viewed in our totality - all those cells and interrelationships that make up what we delineate as our own bodies and minds.
But who and what we are doesn’t just end there.
Just as a rainforest is deeply influenced by its local and global environment which are themselves influenced by variations in solar output, heat transfer from the planetary core, and human activities - we are also influenced by our surroundings.
So back to the Overton Window idea.
Drastic changes to our environments and foodstuffs have been normalized in the last century.
Most babies are now born with upwards of 200 industrial chemicals in their cord blood.
We are surrounded by a toxic soup even in the womb.
Robert Kennedy Jr has argued that the skyrocketing cases of autism, allergies, cancers and other chronic diseases must be caused by a small shortlist of no more than a dozen chemical agents widely introduced into our environments in the last 50 years.
These chemicals are found in our food, water, air, furniture, homes, cars, etc.
These chemicals affect the entire human super organism - altering our microbiome as well as what we usually think of as our own cells.
Entire species of the 1000s of healthful gut bacteria are either missing or severely depleted in numbers within industrialized humans compared to the few remaining healthy hunter gatherer populations.
In a way our genetic information has already been altered, just not on the base layer.
Epigenetic changes refer to changes in what genes are expressed and these changes are determined by non genetic markers.
So you may have a whole host of “bad genes” that are turned off or on by epigenetic tags.
Epigenetic markers are influenced by everything in our environments including our own lifestyle choices, so we have some say in our own genetic expression.
But what is so concerning is that the negative experiences and exposures of our parents and even grandparents also have an impact on our epigenetic expression, whereas they may have been far less prone to the negative effects of a suboptimal lifestyle, we may not be so lucky.
It is likely apparent to everyone reading this that over the last few generations people seem to get sicker earlier than their parents did, often by 1-2 decades.
If your parents developed clinical heart disease in their 80s it may show up in your 60s and even earlier in your own kids.
Even signs of aging seem to be cropping up far sooner - e.g. grey and thinning hair and under eye bags.
With the advent of mRNA technology we as a society are fast reaching the boiling point.
The hockey stick rise in chronic disease along with plunging fertility rates of the last decades has now gone parabolic in the last couple years.
Carbon emissions are a far less urgent matter than everything else we are doing to our external and internal environments.
The next extinction level event may not be as distinct as an asteroid strike (which still took a million years to wipe out distant dinosaur species) , but may rather be attributable to unfettered industrialization and “better living through chemistry” played out over decades.
The pathological and criminal hyper focus on carbon to the exclusion of all else only enables the destroyers to continue their devastation of human ecology, so it is no surprise that all the big boys of industry are now on board with decarbonization initiatives that divert all attention away from the really critical global health concerns.
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