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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

My 37 yrs in medical profession has taught one main thing. Just because we can does not mean we should.

Hubris and pride lead towards multiple consequences planned or not.

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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Regardless if you embrace evolution as the driving force of creating man or a superior being who created man in his likeness it is with great risk that the medicine man is accelerating and changing the blueprint of life for profit and not the benefit of mankind! Mankind is now classified as lab rats!

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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Genetics is THE forbidden garden. Alchemy was at least legitimate, but this thing is way off the track. We don’t even know why humans have two sets of teeth. Just a week ago we were serially cutting out appendices, boldly saying that they are unnecessary because we say so. We still cut out tonsils, with the same “unnecessary” thing. Just a few weeks ago, we crippled helpless people with electrocution, pretending that we know what it does to their brain and calling this “therapy”. We have never been able to discover the mystery of flu and headaches, and we still teach blood pressure fairy tales. Cancer has been a failure larger than destruction of all original records of Moon missions, and at the expense of billions, all with zero usable effect. And you want edit genes? Do you even know all of them and their exact, precise, accurate, verifiable, non-disputable properties and functions and interactions?

What about “junk” DNA? DNA sequences that have no relevant biological function? Really? It certainly is convenient. If you don’t know a thing about human DNA, just call it junk and declare it is unnecessary. So… why is it there? Why has it always been there? Do you mean that God - the one you are so often referring to - doesn’t know what He is doing?

Instead of checking themselves in the mirror, leaders of science simply escalate their fantasies a few notches up. Why? Because they can. There is no other motivation. It cannot be about helping others - because we have no complete knowledge of the human being. We guess a lot, we blunder a lot more, we make a lot mistakes and rarely apologize and almost never go back on them. And we do our best to never pay damages. The very existence of medical immunity is proof that the medicine doesn’t really know how the human being really functions. We know random scraps, far from a safe starting point to risk the future with “technology”.

We shake medical “science” every few years to the ground, making breakthrough discoveries, piloted by innovative devices. We lie a lot on the way, omit a lot more, hide even more.

We publish “scientific” papers that are defective, spin theories and pass them as established truth. We happily skip details of methodology in the said papers, we almost never care to revalidate the references quoted whether they were of any real scientific value - but, hey, we are certain that messing up with what is still a huge mystery will be ok.

If you want to learn the background of genetics, watch “The Titan” (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4986098/). You cannot unsee what you will see in this movie.

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Nov 3, 2023Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Dear Ginger and Dr Breggin,

My heartfelt thanks, appreciation and admiration for all that you do in the face of this evil.

Your book (Global Predators) was pivotal in my journey of research and re-examination of so many things that I once believed to be true.

Thank you for your podcasts. I have yet to listen to this one and look forward to learning more from Dr Astrid who by all accounts has been shunned by the( Not a ) Freedom Movement.

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Nov 4, 2023Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Move over Yuval Harari. Nevertheless, I'm betting on a John Connor type to help humanity.

Yes, I heard that once our genone gets altered we are not patent-able beings. I am quoting both Karen Kingston and Tod Callender.

In the meantime, just say NO to future jabs b/c the aim is to make even standard vaccines run on an mRNA platform.

Here is Drew Weissmann (co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for mRNA tech) lying about the "vaxx" starting around the 16 min. mark:

https://mediaarchives.gsradio.net/rense/special/rense_100423_hr2.mp3

Science? Not any more.

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Nov 4, 2023Liked by Dr. Peter and Ginger Breggin

Speechless...really ! Very fascinating, yet even I know no, one ought to be playing with this information. Only G-d knows a person’s thoughts, and just that alone is enough to make me know this is not for human consumption. Because as with it seems with everything, most if not all goes to the least common denominator of money or highest denominator. Wait until people see what all has already been done in those Ukrainian tunnels with children and experiments. Then possibly people will understand the sacredness of us, that only Holy can comprehend. Praying and know that G-d will eventually fix this.

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Hi Peter and Ginger,

Perhaps the genocide laws don't apply to hybrids.

Do they think they can get off on a technicality?

I hear people say "they have taken my rights away" and wonder why they don't realize that rights can only be given up, and not "taken" by anyone. What someone else wants to write on a bit of paper bears no relation to my fundamental "birthright of Man".

While that book (birthright of man) may have been a propaganda exercise by the un in the 50's, it had much we can hold onto.

Regards,

matt.

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I have been wary of genetic editing for a long time, especially because I was an avid sci Fi reader. The possible issues and implications scared me.

However, when it comes to CRISPR and mRNA, I'm not seeing any of it actually work, besides the genetic damage of the process, which is more likely a result of the toxicity of the treatments. Keep in mind that epigenetics explains that environmental conditions, like poisoning etc can and does change the coding. Carcinogens damage it merely by chemical means. No need for magical viruses or fancy mRNA coded lipids...

Genetics is a pseudoscience that assumes that what was discovered by Crick and Watson is the full answer of what DNA is. The detection/measurement of genes are based on the assumption that the code uses certain "letters" which represent the bits of code in the DNA.

Mathematics models the code to help us "see" the patterns, which is what genetic engineering depends on. As we learned with the PCR fraud, the process of detection has a lot of problems. Even in court cases, half of DNA matches are proven false.

If CRISPR or mRNA actually worked, they wouldn't need to promote it as a cure. Instead, people would be asking for it, for the benefits (even if there are other issues).. nope, there's no proof that it fixes anything, just like vaccines. They all promise benefits that never happen. So I'll be honest, CRISPR/mRNA etc are vaporware. They don't have any proof of the benefits. Perhaps that is because it's a big scam to get people to line up for more toxic shit 💩!

South Africa and a certain middle Eastern ally were studying ethnic specific genetic weapons for decades and failed over and over. Why did they fail in this horrible research? Perhaps because our base understanding of genetics is based on limited assumptions!

How are we so sure that the way we measure the bits are true to the reality? It's like any "invisible" aspect of science, like subatomic physics which also assumes "truths" based on inferences.

https://viroliegy.com/2022/01/26/the-epistemological-crisis-in-genomics/

Here's a great point made by Heinz von Foerester about invisible things being a result of complex mathematics:

https://youtu.be/ev7e9sfWIJo

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No man can serve two masters. Matthew 6:24

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Crisper operates in a petri dish environment. This does not involve modifying the dna in female human eggs or male human spermatozoa. This does not involve cranking out mutated human beings. Let's calm down.

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Remember when the fella who used crispr on humans got sent to jail? Makes you go hmmmmm

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In this interview, Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai, MIT PhD, Inventor of Email, Scientist, Engineer and Candidate for President, answers questions from the third GOP primary debate for the 2024 election.

Just want to say that listening to Dr Shiva, my heart feels calm and hopeful.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9mIMkaZMho

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Well, Dr. Breggin, you knocked my socks off by immediately recognizing, and speaking up about, the problem with BioAcoustic Biology, the subject that Dr. Stuckleberger mentioned. You didn't have to go and study it for a month! (Not that I knew what it was before today!) We don't want to be intertwined with "machinery" and have it made part of our humanity. This link is an in-depth definition of BioAcoustics™ https://opriresearch.org/bioacoustics/

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Being blessed and cursed with an active imagination, I sometimes wonder if the "aliens" reported by some that conduct tests on people are in fact future humans seeking a way to fix the genetic mess without making too many changes that overly affect the future. What a movie that could make, anyway.

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I ask you two dear people, is what is being written about by Dr. Robert just toter the knife?

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