By Roger Landry (The Liberty Beacon)
We who are in the know constantly rail against Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s). We are awake and aware, through our constant search for knowledge on this subject. We are also painfully aware that the science has no long term credibility. More research and studies are published daily proving the extreme and detrimental health affects these organisms have on humanity with the long term ramifications still unrealized, yet their proliferation continues and accelerates.
What is not so well know to the general public is the catastrophic influence these organisms have on our global biosphere. This is the mechanism that allows life to flourish on this planet and it is in grave danger of radical if not fatal modification. Genetically modified plants are now common across the globe in the guise of trees or crops modified to resist insects, pesticides and other invasive influences.
But once planted how do you stop the spread of this organism outside its realm (an issue Monsanto profits from)? Once released into the biosphere how do you prevent the same mechanism that was designed to kill root worms from killing another species of insect, one with a vital role in the maintenance of said biosphere? Through cross pollination alone it is impossible to prevent this eventuality. Scientist from across the planet are now sounding the alarm concerning the infiltration of GMO’s into the wild, with some saying we are quickly approaching the point of no return were the damage will be irreversible.
But now the third part of this triad of evil is rearing its ugly head in the guise of Genetically modified Humanity. This is not a new concept and this research is underway in thousands of laboratories across the planet.
Producing human, animal hybrids is legal in the United Kingdom and parallel research has been taking place in America for well over a generation funded in most part by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Soldiers that can see in the dark, run for miles without tiring or go for day without food and water.
And why stop there, what about parents who wish their child to have certain traits, say enhanced intelligence or added physical prowess. Again we run into the same issues of long term study. Are these GM humans susceptible to diseases or maladies not suffered by us mere mortals, if we interbreed will these genes be passed on to the rest of humanity, will this fatally contaminate the future gene pool leading to an extinction event? None of these questions have been answered by those who surge forward with this dangerous and irresponsible technology.
The debate over the Genetic Engineering of the humans species has been a heated debate since scientists initially wrote about the future, not as it will be, but as it could be … or should be. The Human race thrives in a large portion due to its ample diversity. We as humans generally find this attractive and liberating that we are each unique in our personage, with very few to none containing the same balance of intellect, appeal or physical prowess, which exemplifies that uniqueness.
Never before in the history of mankind have we released so many dangerous mechanisms, untried and untested on humanity and the world. None of this is fantasy or hype and the research showing the facts is readily available in vast quantities for those who wish to pursue it. Those who would perpetrate this madness do so at the possible (and by some scientists the guaranteed) peril of all humanity, but this does not hinder them.
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