March 29, 2019

China Collecting American DNA

Timothy Birdnow

China is stockpiling DNA from Americans and others.

According to Life Site News:

As an example, the Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) used a loan from China Development Bank to acquire 128 HiSeq 2000 sequencers, as well as U.S. sequencing company Complete Genomics. In the process, BGI obtained access to a DNA database that contains the private genetic information of a large number of Americans.

BGI isn’t the only Chinese company to process the genetic information of Americans. According to a USCC report, 23 companies associated with China are currently accredited in the U.S. to perform molecular diagnostics or other genetic testing, including whole genome sequencing. Each of these companies "has access to individual patients’ genetic data.” Hospitals, clinics, and even some commercial DNA testing companies in the U.S. now routinely send DNA samples to China for analysis.

Why are they doing this? Well, for starters:

"We know that the Asian genome is genetically distinct from the Caucasian and African in many ways,” says the president of the Population Research Institute, Steven Mosher.

"Would it be possible to bioengineer a very virulent version of, say, smallpox, that was easily transmitted, fatal to other races, but to which the Chinese enjoyed natural immunity? While no use of an advanced, genetically targeted bio-weapon has been reported, it wouldn’t be beyond the reach of China’s biotech industry,” Mosher continued.

China continues to prepare for war with teh United States.

Richard Nixon ended the American bio-weapons program back in 1969 because of the horrific nature of these weapons. But not everyone is as squeemish as we are. If the Chinese are going to do this we should find a way to threaten them in similar fashion. They have to be made to stop. And we should pass a law protecting genetic privacy, so we can stop corporations from selling America's genetic heritage to the highest bidder.

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