Joined: 23 Apr 2006
|Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2009 10:49 am Post subject: Human reengineering
|It strikes me, the more I read, how far out of touch us in the truth movement are with what is really going on. Perhaps the academic community is more up to speed with the cutting edge of this.
My interest in this came about because of the mention of 'human reengineering' on the EIM Group website, which links to the new-build 'Building Schools for the Future' project in the UK.
'Building Schools for the Future' is connected to FEMA.
The head of studioearchitects in the UK has confirmed at a meeting that buildings are being designed along 'human reengineering' concepts, but declined to discuss the details.
|The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity Denounces NIH Funding of Genetic Re-Engineering Project
CHICAGO, May 3 /U.S. Newswire/—The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity strongly denounces the decision by the National Institute of Health (NIH) to fund a project to develop guidelines for the use of human subjects in genetic enhancement research. The grant, totaling almost three-quarters of a million dollars, is being given to Maxwell Mehlman and Case Law School to promote the genetic re-engineering of human beings for non-therapeutic purposes under the rubric of “enhancement.”
“This is a violation of the spirit of the NIH-sponsored Human Genome Project,” says CBHD Senior Fellow C. Ben Mitchell. “Providing this grant signals a fundamental and dangerous change in the policy of the NIH, resurrecting the mistaken goals of the eugenics programs in the United States and Europe in the early twentieth century.”
The project has been charged with “determining the conditions under which it would be ethical to conduct genetic enhancement research using human subjects,” implying that scientists, physicians, politicians, ethicists or the public at large, condones such research.
“The project presupposes that it is ethical to reengineer normal human beings,” says CBHD President Dr. Andrew Fergusson. “But in a society which correctly decries the use of artificial means, such as steroids to ‘enhance’ athletic abilities, the presumption of the NIH to pursue the re-engineering of human beings is the height of scientific and social arrogance.”
By choosing to pursue an agenda for re-engineering humankind, the NIH has clearly demonstrated an inadequate degree of oversight of its funding activities. The White House and Congress must investigate this blatant misuse of taxpayer funds. CBHD is a strong advocate of research for healing, and is deeply saddened that this incredibly important instrument of good is being used for a course of evil.
When 'Zeitgesit Addendum' mentions all the 'new schools' and the Venus project, I suspect this is what they are actually talking about.