Sunday, September 26, 2010

Uncle 'SAMUEL' is stealing your baby's blood W/O your permission or knowledge

Anytime our bloated, corrupt and out of control government passes a law with the sweet sounding title of The Newborn Screening Saves Lives Act of 2007, purporting that it represents preparation for any sort of "public health emergency," you know they're up to no good.
Although we've been told that the blood samples taken from newborns without their parent's permission is only to be used to check the DNA for possible future diseases,etc, so kindly Uncle 'Samuel' can start to intervene to fight back against or eliminate the disease, what it will really be used for is to create a national DNA database where in the future, law enforcement agencies can go to check DNA left at the crime with the DNA taken illegally from your baby.

And it is taken illegally. You need a judge's search warrant to get DNA like that and as usual, the craven cowards in Congress rolled over the Bill of Rights, pissing on the 4th Amendment.

Fourth Amendment – Protection from unreasonable search and seizure.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.


But I believe there is a much more sinister motive here for stealing your newborn's DNA. The feds will use it to establish a national data base to look at and help track down those who have committed crimes or those who might.

And what's to stop these same SOB's, many of whom were in on the 9/11 inside job, from using that DNA to leave 'evidence' on the scene of a crime that was not committed by your offspring, but by some FBI/CIA/Blackwater type thug so the real culprits can dodge the law, while the innocent get sent to the slaughterhouse.

Just like the phony evidence left all over the WTC and in and around the Pentagon on 9/11.


And will they also use it to create modern day 'Frankenstein's,' altering human DNA like they've been doing with animal and plant DNA? Just think of the possibilities of creating an army of uncaring, soulless killers, who think machine gunning civilians is great fun...

Don't we already have enough of these ghouls Occupying Palestine and destroying Iraq and Afghanistan?




Baby DNA Court Ruling Disregards Constitutional Rights


Yesterday, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled to affirm the lower court's dismissal of the 9-parent lawsuit against the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). The parents had challenged the collection, retention, use, and dissemination of newborn DNA by MDH as unconstitutional and in violation of the Minnesota Genetic Privacy Act.
"Welcome to the Future, Citizen and oh, BTW, you are under arrest for a crime you did not commit, but we have the doctored evidence so get ready to spend the next 25 years in prison."

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2 comments:

John said...

When you are under contract you don't have any constitutional rights! Now with that being said, take the time and look how many contracts you are bound by. Social Security, Mortgage loan, hell any loan, your Driver Lic..
When your Parents allow the "Certificate of live birth" that is issued by the Hospital. And hands it over to the STATE Government for a State issued "BIRTH CERTIFICATE" That child now only has "Civil Rights". Now why would anyone give up their Natural Rights guaranteed By the Constitution in the Bill of Rights for Civil Rights. Put the two documents side by side and compare them!

veritas6464 said...

Hey GB,...Some years ago I had my DNA forcibly taken in a Police cell. One day whilst I was at work my landlord had forced his way into my home and confronted my wife while she was breast-feeding our daughter. Apparently he needed the rent early so he could go gambling with his greek buddies. Initially we had tried to make a complaint to the Police about the ‘home invasion’ by our landlord, however they wouldn’t take the complaint as they said the relationship with our landlord was a financial one and therefore a civil matter WHAT-THA? Sometime later I came across the landlord in the main street and kicked his arse. After being arrested the cell-cops requested a DNA swab, I asked what for? They said, it is now law that all violent criminals be swabbed for their DNA, (I hadn’t been convicted of anything yet and I was reserving my right to speak until I faced court with my solicitor); I said I didn’t believe them as it sounded unconstitutional to me and that I would ask the judge the following morning – they said they can take the swab forcibly if necessary. I said fuck you - well: ‘Binga da banga da binga da banga’ and they had my DNA.

Tyranny, period.

veritas

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