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    Joe

    Most of this in my mind is a ruse, I think they would rather see a lower age of mortality, the younger you die after retirement, the less the government will pay in social security and Medicare payments as well as a lot less actual health care.

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      Vicky Davis

      For senior citizens you may be right but if only senior citizens were the target, they didn’t need to change anything because senior citizens were already in the Medicare system and the government has the claims records on all of them.

      Personalized medicine is by definition experimental. The fact that its based on your DNA and your body chemistry makes it applied genetics research on human populations.

      As I researched each component element of the redesigned health care system, the evidence of a system designed for experimental medicine became more and more clear. The objective was and is to enable genetics-based medical research on potentially the entire American population. I wish it wasn’t so because its so monstrous but it is the way the system was designed and a systems design is not accidental.

      In the latest piece I just published: Electronic Health Records for Medical Research, I included a paper written by Alain Enthoven on Managed Competition. Enthoven was a Systems Analyst going back to when Robert McNamara was the Secretary of Defense. He was one of McNamara’s “Whiz Kids”. He might be retired now but when I wrote about it originally, he was a Professor at Stanford. If my analysis of his design is correct, they intended to use health insurance companies for triage of patients as well as the intermediary for subsidies. (Basically that’s what Hillary Care and Obama Care did). They were already using claims history to determine health status for premium calculation and/or denial based on that status. If they have the actual medical record with lab results, it would be relatively simple to select populations for research based on the medical record. We don’t know and can’t know what kind of contract deals go on behind the scenes between the health insurers and their preferred providers. For some subscribers that are attractive candidates for medical research, the insurance companies could make deals for additional subsidies which would lower the cost of the premium if the subscriber selects a particular program. In that way, the insurance company would be directing patients through premium costs to particular providers and the people wouldn’t even know they were being steered.

      Thank you for reading it and commenting.

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        Joe

        Vicky, you put so much detail into most everything you write, that I do miss some things and have to reread, bravo to you! I have a hard time believing that the powers that be would do any thing to actually help anyone not of their breeding. What you do here is important!

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          Vicky

          My reply is below. This software doesn’t handle comments very well. After about the 3rd level, they become unreadable. Thank you commenting Joe. I do appreciate it.

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    Vicky Davis

    Joe, You’re a brave man for wading into what I write – especially on this subject. I’ve been monitoring it for a long time and I actually have more information on my hard drive than I can put into any article. Coincidentally, just today, Pat Woods of Technocracy News has an article on the very subject of genetic engineering.

    https://www.technocracy.news/index.php/2017/02/26/humans-2-0-geneticists-pursuing-artificially-synthesized-dna/

    When I first started researching this in 2007, nobody in the mainstream was talking about it except in terms sequencing. As you can see from this TED Talk, they are now talking about it to limited audiences – but the way they talk about it – it is only for the people who are already ill. The plans are for preventative genomic treatments which again would be totally experimental on people not showing signs of any disorder or disease but who – according to them – have the propensity for the disease.

    http://www.ted.com/talks/richard_resnick_welcome_to_the_genomic_revolution

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    Kristin

    Fantastic stuff. Vicky you mentioned in another article on channelingreality about all of the corner pharmacies everywhere (Walgreen’s, CVS) I brought up the same topic in conversation with a family member- what’s it all about and what do they have planned- you mentioned in one of your health articles on the old site about us “consumers” (don’t you just love that newspeak) having our prescriptions et al. being individualized, we will each have our own personalized rx and wellness programs. That answered my wonderings about it, in fact reading your articles is reading our future.

    ” IBM which allows us to link the capabilities of knowing the genetics of each persons background along with their behavioral and environmental factors” What nonsense- “behavioral”?? Any first year biology student knows behavior is not in one’s DNA. That is the stuff of Goebbels- of Mengele! It’s been disproved time and time again. Intelligence, behavior, mannerisms, dialect none of these are inherited. Yes even intelligence, don’t believe that it is, because it isn’t. Physical characteristics yes, personality traits no. You cannot and will not inherit grandma’s love of knitting or her sweet tooth. This is bad science, stupid science. I fear something ugly is coming and like you said Vicky, there are the ostensible reasons and the REAL reasons behind the motives. What I fear more is what I believe that our society is unaware of the research and experiments going on right now, and I speak of cancer treatments for children. It’s alright if anyone disagrees with me, but the cancer chemotherapy and radiation treatments on children is sadism, an infant or even a toddler is not intelligent enough or even lucid to make decisions on treatment, or express discomfort in a manner an older, speaking child can. The TV ads on with the weepy parents, showing video of an infant cancer treatment patient are the stuff of nightmares all to beg for donations for a children’s hospital. The treatments performed on tiny children reminds me of the torture experiments performed by the Nazi regime or the Japanese doctor experiments https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_731

    You mention perhaps it will be a plan to cull the undesirables- if so, why are we importing undesirables from 3rd world nations? we get all of Honduras, Guatemala rejects, all of the younger men of military age with a propensity for violent extremism from Islamic states being shipped in by the tens each day. Do you see a plan with these people? What is the plan? why are they being brought in? I do know the UN wants to end what they term “income inequality” (i.e., communist rule where no one is richer than his neighbor, and all will be poor) which correlates with their “free and open borders” scheme – here is a copy paste directly from the UN’s own “17 Sustainable Goals” :”
    Facilitate orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people, including through the implementation of planned and well-managed migration policies

    Implement the principle of special and differential treatment for developing countries, in particular least developed countries, in accordance with World Trade Organization agreements

    Encourage official development assistance and financial flows, including foreign direct investment, to States where the need is greatest, in particular least developed countries, African countries, small island developing States and landlocked developing countries, in accordance with their national plans and programmes”

    that is, encourage all of the illiterate, non-employed poverty-stricken dregs of society into first world rich nation of USA and don’t hinder the migration in any way. Why isn’t anyone in the media focusing on this UN plan?? They all seem to be at odds with the reasons why there is all this migration going on right now and the “refugee crisis” (sigh) yet they seem to be oblivious to the UN goals. Either that, or they are deliberately fogging up the reasons so we will all believe the humanitarian nonsense- Oh! that is the ostensible reasons, as opposed to the real ones.

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      Vicky

      Unit 731… at the bottom of this article I implied that. I didn’t explain what I meant. I didn’t want to. It’s too horrendous but I know that’s what they are doing. I can’t take those commercials for St. Judes.

      http://www.channelingreality.com/Commons/The_Refugee_Weapon_System_Part_2_IRC.pdf

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    Vicky

    Kristin, when I wrote that they planned to cull the population, I assumed that it was America’s mad scientists who were behind it. Now I’m not so sure. It’s quite possibly our enemy’s mad scientists. Yesterday I was working on bringing over my research on Project Destiny. That’s the pharmaceutical piece of this system. I made a HUGE connection in terms of the hospitals and intermodal commerce zones – international zones. I didn’t want to take the time to walk through all of it so I wrote it as a Vicky’s Rant.

    http://tvoinews.net/vickyrants/hello-911-id-like-report-robbery-progress/

    Also on the behavioral thing… I think you’re misunderstanding the purpose. If you are doing genetic experimentation on some kind of cancer, and you are studying on the propensity for a person to develop cancer, you don’t want that person to smoke because that is an external factor that could skew your results. If you’re experimenting, you need to control the external variables. Behavior affects the variables – or perhaps is a variable. Some place in my research you’ll see where they want to fine people who are over weight. They are allowing employers to require overweight people to exercise which makes the employee a total slave. (of course they don’t do anything about the high fructose sugar used in processed foods and a myriad of other – probably bad things in our food).

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      kristin

      Thanks Vicky- for your reply and I am glad I checked back again, Ive been busy. I cannot get enough of your writing and often come back to it to refresh my memory. I wish I could do more to get this out there to the people, maybe more of us can make a difference.

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