WASHINGTON, DC, July 16 — To what extent will Communist China [CCP] go to achieve world domination?
Apparently, they’ll go to the extreme of creating a race of super-soldiers, human-like beings with special “comic book” powers.
Last year, in a Wall Street Journal Op-Ed, former U.S. Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe revealed that: “U.S. intelligence shows that China has even conducted human testing on members of the People’s Liberation Army in hope of developing soldiers with biologically enhanced capabilities. There are no ethical boundaries to Beijing’s pursuit of power,”
A new report shows that they are continuing and expanding “experiments in the field of biomedical and genetic engineering that break human ethical boundaries,” according to The Epoch Times.
The news site’s expose’ describes horrific CCP projects worthy of Dr. Frankenstein, including the potential weaponization of the Wuhan coronavirus.
It seems that the Wuhan Institute scientist they call the “batwoman” has long been conducting so-called “gain of function” experiments as part of her research on the CCP virus.
The scientific community defines gain-of-function research as the study of “serial passaging of microorganisms to increase their transmissibility, virulence, immunogenicity, and host tropism by applying selective pressure to a culture.” In other words, research on how to make the virus as deadly as possible.
The report notes that “In 2015, Shi, together with her collaborators, published a paper in the journal Nature Medicine on the genetic modification of a SARS-like virus (SARS-CoV) bat coronavirus to allow it to infect humans with greater infectivity.” What purpose, other than germ warfare, can she have for designing a deadlier strain of the virus.
The Communist Chinese are said to be engaged in a variety of projects that might send shivers up one’s spine. In addition to the ability to kill more people via the COVID virus, they apparently have developed methods that would allow male animals to get pregnant; they have also created monkey men and, they have succeeded in producing gene-edited babies.
The reality of germ warfare is scary and real enough. But, if you think the notion of super soldiers is far-fetched, the scientific community points out that there are, indeed, ways of altering human capabilities.
British molecular geneticist Dr Helen O’Neill says that the technology exists. She points out, “genome editing and its combination with assisted reproduction – are becoming routine practices in transgenics and agriculture, it’s just the combination of the two for human use that is seen as unethical at the moment.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has long been warning of genetic super soldiers. He says that they would be deadlier than nuclear weapons on the battlefield. But is the Russian Federation putting a better foot forward in regard to the issue of genetically enhanced soldiers and hiding a secret super-soldier program of his own?
Perhaps the head of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Alexander Sergeyev, spilled the beans in an interview with TASS, the Russian news agency, when he said, “The most important and interesting project, which was considered by representatives of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Military Medical Academy, is the so-called Genetic Passport of a Serviceman. The project is far-reaching, scientific, fundamental. Its essence is to find such genetic predispositions in military personnel that will allow them to correctly orientate them in military specialties. That is, to make full use of the benefits that a genetic predisposition gives, which is very important. I believe that our military medicine will be able to raise the bar high in this project, there are already serious developments in this area.”
It begs the question: are Sergeyev’s remarks a hint that Russia, too, is engaged in a quest for its own super soldiers?