Last Day to Oppose Government Proposal to Own & Warehouse Newborn Citizen DNA

Vatic Note:  Please understand the implications of this act.  First of all our DNA is what makes us who we are and further more, its also not fully understood all the possible manipulations and their impacts on us as humans.  Remember, these same people have funded Eugenics now since the early '20's and for good reason. Remember how they were putting human DNA into sheep and other animals without us knowing what impact that would have on our food and thus on our bodies. I do not trust these cretins one bit.   They want to be able to breed us through our DNA with other animals.  We have already seen articles on this before.   WE are crazy if we ever let the government control our DNA.  Especially a gov run by Sabbateans, Satanists, and pedophile psychos.  God knows what they would do with it and to us or our children.   If they pass this then no hospital births, do it at home with a midwife. 

TODAY – Last Day to Oppose Government Proposal to Own & Warehouse Newborn Citizen DNA
June 25, 2010 by ppjg

Please take 5 minutes to say NO to the federal government’s plan to collect, control and own the DNA of every citizen, starting at birth.  (call or write anyway, even if it is past the deadline, I just got this sorry I couldn't get it out sooner)

TODAY, June 25th, is the last day to comment on the federal government’s plan to warehouse and use newborn citizen DNA without consent for government research, corporate research and other purposes.

Concerns about the government’s proposal, as stated in CCHC’s public comments to the federal government (U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS)), include:

• Fails to recommend informed written consent requirements for the storage and use of newborn DNA for research and other purposes.

• Asserts a public claim on the DNA of newborn citizens.

• Claims that newborn blood is necessary for “population surveillance.”

• Does not support the 22 state genetic privacy laws and the 5 state genetic ownership laws.

• Does not include compelling statistics from the Univ. of Michigan study that found the public appalled by unconsented government storage and research (p. 12).

• Recommends parent education instead of informed parent consent requirements that would enforce such education.

• Claims that state screening programs are charged with “stewardship” of newborn DNA samples—‘ensuring appropriate use’—when they are actually charged with simply testing each newborn.

• Fails to acknowledge the constitutional Fourth Amendment genetic privacy and property rights of individuals.

Please send a comment — no matter how brief it may be. Even one sentence is better than nothing.
SEND EMAIL TO HHS: screening@hrsa.hhs.gov

DEADLINE: TODAY, Friday, June 25, 2010

REFER TO: “Considerations and Recommendations for National Guidance Regarding the REtention and Use of Residual Dried Blood Spot Specimens after Newborn Screening” (the report issued by HHS Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Heritable Disorders in Newborns and Children (SACHDNC)

Thank you to those who have already spoken up. Please join them by sending a brief statement of opposition while there’s time to do so!

Twila Brase, RN, PHN
Citizens’ Council on Health Care
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