Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Secret International DNA Database Collects Newborns' DNA

The Corbett report gives details on the secret international DNA database which collects DNA from newborns without the knowledge or consent of parents. The report is at the beginning of the video.



Much thanks to Fausty

9 comments:

scunnert said...

Aye - the reality is scarier than our worst conspiracy theories.

subrosa said...

We just don't know now Scunnert. We need trust in politics more than ever yet I wouldn't trust one of them further than I could cough.

Fausty said...

The documentation is out there, in support of this. All hidden in plain sight, on government and international organisations' websites. We just need to find it and read it to verify it in our own minds.

Don't trust what you read - do your own research.

Shocking.

Thanks for linking, Subrosa.

subrosa said...

I have some information on this Fausty but need to do more searching. Entirely agree never to trust what we read.

It's always a pleasure to link to you Fausty.

wisnaeme said...

Just one word will do by way of comment.

Sinister.

subrosa said...

As Fausty says wisnaeme, there's a lot of sinister out there.

How could a parent check their newborn's blood isn't being used for such reasons? Nigh impossible I think. That's what makes it even more deplorable in a civilised society.

Crinkly & Ragged Arsed Philosophers said...

No Westminster government is going to miss out on the opportunities presented to them by DNA.

But if they take it too far (which they will) all the honest crooks will have to wear full protection suits.

Of course this wont apply to the bureaucratic gentlemen crooks - it will be business as usual for them.

subrosa said...

Are you saying children born through the mother using the likes of BUPA will be ok RA?

Crinkly & Ragged Arsed Philosophers said...

Not necessarily Rosa, it's too early to tell how they will turn out.

I'm merely commenting we will still have the free loading and carpet bagging crooks.

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