In 1993, Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg took advantage of the burgeoning wizardry of Computer-Generated Imagery (“CGI”) to bring to life the Michael Crichton best-selling novel Jurassic Park. The plot was truly prophetic: an unscrupulous corporation manages to re-engineer extinct dinosaurs by resurrecting petrified dino-DNA and filling in the gaps with the DNA of close living relatives. But the suspense-filled moral of Crichton’s tale is that the awesome power of the massive predators could not be contained even though there appeared to be several failsafes within the system. As “rockstar mathematician” Ian Malcolm (played by Jeff Goldblum) put it, “Anything at all can and does happen.”
Known as “chaos theory”, the idea goes that a myriad of interconnecting systems, even though they be created in a deterministic fashion, can not be predicted.
In the plot, mosquitoes trapped in petrified tree sap (called “amber”) provide the key ingredient: undigested dinosaur blood.
Today, mosquitoes are again playing a key role in a genetic engineering intrigue: in an effort to combat dengue fever and yellow fever, spread mainly by a single breed of insect—the West African mosquito Aedes aegypti—governments around the world are putting tens of thousands of genetically-altered arthropods into the environment.
A 10 year old U.K.-based company called “Oxitec” has bred male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes with a gene that requires them to artificially receive the antibiotic tetracycline or they will die. In the wild, they live only long enough to mate, producing unviable offspring.
A related experiment has been conducted in Australia where thousands of mosquitoes impregnated with the Wolbachia bacterium have been introduced with the hopes that the parasitic microbes proven to alter reproduction in their hosts will cut down on the contraction of dengue fever there, as well. This lesser strain of Wolbachia, however, will supposedly not alter the lifespan of the mosquitoes.
The very spread of the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes proves the validity of “chaos theory”: that which can happen, will happen. Though it originated in Africa, the Aedes aegypti is now prevalent the world over, with insects, larvae and eggs having stowed aboard thousands of aircraft and ocean-going vessels.
In Jurassic Park, only female dinosaurs were bred as an attempt to keep the population under strict control but Dr. Grant (played by Sam Neil) soon found out that the subjects were breeding in the wild. “Nature” had “found a way”.
It is interesting to note that, while the Wolbachia bacteria may sterilize some insects, it may also imbue others with the power of parthenogenesis: asexual reproduction. In fact, these unique microbes aren’t true “parasites” and some examples evidence a symbiotic relationship where the host becomes more resistant to some RNA viruses!
In Jurassic Park the dinosaurs were bred with the inability to assimilate the amino acid Lysine, causing them to be dependent on dietary supplements as yet another control measure, however they overcame this barrier by eating lysine-rich food on their own.
Although there is no such similar solution for the tetracycline-starved male Aedes aegypti, nature may “find a way” to yet give us trouble.
The Wolbachia experiment in Queensland and the efforts of Oxitec have shown to be successful in reducing either dengue outbreaks in Australia or mosquito populations in Brazil and the Caymans. But questions arise as to the ability of mutation to create unforeseen and perhaps difficult to contain new bio-hazards. At the very least, Oxitec has been criticized for rushing to provide investors with a finished product that hasn’t been thoroughly tested.
Recently, InfoWars’ Alex Jones brought Oxitec CEO Hadyn Parry on to his nationally-syndicated radio talk show to discuss the issue.
But perhaps the most disconcerting issue yet is who is involved in these efforts.
A key player in the Australian Wolbachia mosquito experiment was the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. On the surface, we are told that the Foundation namesakes claim to be “taking on the really tough problems” of “extreme poverty and poor health in developing countries”.
But once one digs into exactly what that entails, a more sinister agenda begins to surface.
Gates is an impassioned proponent of the discredited disaster known as “global warming” (or when temperatures refuse to co-operate, the proper term to use is “climate change”). And, of course, the worst offender of this anthropogenic atrocity is you and your obnoxiously high standard of living:
But that has not deterred Bill and Melinda Gates who seem very eager to “cull” the human race.
Most troubling of all, is what appears to be the usefulness mosquitoes pose to the Duo of Death:
In that interview with CNN’s Sanjay Gupta, Gates states that flushing $10 billion into his vaccine agenda will do two completely opposite things: reducing sickness and death in children, and reducing population growth. That makes no sense…unless you ask the question, “Who decides what goes in to the ‘vaccine’?”
Since then, an entire industry has been built around the process calling the motives of some doctors, pharmacists and corporatists into question.
If people of wealth and means needed a “control point” through which the majority of populations must pass in order to get a harmful agenda into them directly, vaccinations would be the perfect vehicle.
There are many who refuse to be alarmed over the possibility of a malignant over-arching agenda of killing, coercion and control being conducted by the world’s elite but the numbers of citizens who have reached beyond their media/public school indoctrination continue to grow.
Diet, injections, & injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character and the sort of beliefs that the authorities consider desirable, & any serious criticism of the powers that be will become psychologically impossible. ~ Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society (1953) p. 50.
But will this Second Revolution be large enough to act before it’s too late?