Yesterday we published a Q&A session given by Dr. David Martin and Dr. Judy Mikovits at the “Free & Brave” Conference held at the Church of Glad Tidings in May, 2021. I went to the Church of Glad Tidings website to see if some of the other sessions from the conference were there. It appears that some are, but maybe not all of them. Since I was a lot less familiar with Dr. David Martin than I am with some of the other participants in this conference, and since some of things he shared during the Q&A session with Dr. Mikovits were so fascinating, I decided to watch his 90+ minute presentation from the next day of the conference, "How Did We Get Here?" Dr. David Martin has a very long bio with years of experience, and if I were to copy it all here it would probably double the length of this article, so you can read it on his website. I have never read a bio as diverse as his, and it is likely you have not either. His 90-minute presentation challenged my thinking on several topics, and I don't necessarily agree with everything he says in his presentation, but that's a good thing. One of the problems with modern American culture is that we are conditioned to only seek out people who believe in and agree with the same things we think or believe in, and therefore we lose opportunities to grow in knowledge and benefit from the experience and wisdom of others. So when I learned what Dr. Martin's main premise was, which is that it is not the Federal Reserve and Central Bankers who control the U.S. financial system, but instead it is the Life Insurance industry, I was skeptical. And honestly, I have not had the time yet to research this topic and verify what he is claiming. But the other part of his main premise, which is that the Globalists use "science" to weaponize nature, and that at its core it has always been a eugenics system, that is definitely a topic I can resonate with from the years of publishing we have done here at Health Impact News, exposing the modern-day field of "genetics" as just "eugenics" at its core, which is the basis of modern medicine and the pharmaceutical industry. But he took it a step further from anything we have published, and made the bold claim that we don't have DNA, only chromosomes, and that DNA is only a model, developed to weaponize nature and science. So I have lifted that section out as an 8-minute clip, because I think this is a very important point to de-mystify for everyone, and is another part of removing the false gods our society has built to instill fear into us. If you find this 8-minute clip educational, then watch the entire 90-minute presentation, even if you don't agree with everything he says, because he presents many things you will not likely hear elsewhere. I have also provided a partial transcript of the 8-minute section on DNA.
Loss of Privacy: Government Collecting and Storing DNA Samples of Newborn Babies – Available to Law Enforcement and for Medical Research
Did you know that it is now common practice in all 50 U.S. states to collect DNA samples from all newborn babies and store them in data banks, which can later be made available to law enforcement or doctors wanting to do medical research? These DNA samples are contained in blotted blood spots from babies’ pin-pricked heels taken within hours of birth. The storage length legally allowed for newborn DNA blood spots varies from state to state, from as little as three months to indefinitely. Federal law, through the agencies of The Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), a branch of the National Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), requires the blood spots be taken for research purposes in all 50 states. Twila Brase, RN, PHN, co-founder and president of CCHF, Citizens' Council for Health Freedom states: "That which the government holds, the government owns. A child’s DNA held by the government could be sequenced, meaning a baby’s genetic code could be completely detailed and mapped—and then recorded in a state government database, used and shared. This is private information America’s tiniest citizens, who will grow into adults stripped of their genetic privacy when they weren’t able to protect themselves." Recent media reports about law enforcement using these stored DNA samples to hunt down suspected criminals have brought this issue of privacy and consent over stored DNA samples from infants to the forefront of the public. If you choose to have your baby born in a hospital setting, it would be wise to know what your state's policy is on DNA samples collected, and what your options are.
There’s a reason your government is whittling away at your healthcare options and driving costs out of control—and not a good one. America spends over $2.6 trillion a year (18% of our GDP) on healthcare. At the same time, government is tightening the regulatory reins on nutritional and natural methods to support health—an approach that isn’t lowering healthcare spending, but raising it! On November 22, the FDA sent a warning letter to 23andMe.com to stop its inexpensive ($99 per test) “do-it-yourself” genetic testing service for health screening and ancestry purposes, because consumers could be “misled” and harm themselves by “self-treating.” The FDA’s stance on DIY genetic testing could very well drive up healthcare costs. Besides premiums being raised on those forced to report DNA results to insurance companies, in-office testing is far more expensive. As tests are priced anywhere from $300 to $3,500, this could significantly add to the overall cost of healthcare. The FDA’s true message is clear: because individuals can’t be trusted to make sound health decisions, they don’t have a right to private information on their own DNA.
by Robert Crowther
Forty years ago scientists discovered that more than 95% of our DNA does not encode proteins. Since then the non-protein-coding portion was labeled “junk” and attributed to molecular accidents that have accumulated in the course of evolution.
Now, biologist Jonathan Wells exposes The Myth of Junk DNA (Discovery Institute Press 2011) and shows that […]
by Brian Thomas, M.S.
Certain repetitive DNA sequences have long been viewed as “confirmation” of evolution. Since they are not genes that code for proteins, they were supposedly available for alterations that would eventually lead to a brand new function after all the “right” […]
by Dr. Gary Parker
First published in
Creation: Facts of Life
Chapter 1: Evidence of creation
The two basic parts of the tumbled pebble and the arrowhead we considered are hard and soft rock. Two basic parts of every living system are DNA and protein.
DNA is the famous molecule of heredity. It has been on the cover of Time […]