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In this week’s blog Aden McClune discusses organ harvesting and DNA splicing.

Human harvesting and DNA splicing

When one thinks of DNA splicing and cross-species scientific abominations, they think of wild science fiction stories like Jurassic Park and the more recent Gemini Man. However, some allege, with credible sources, scientific papers, and news articles claim that human-animal hybrids have been brought to term in laboratories.

But why? What’s the aim? Some, including myself, believe that these aliens (they are alien, creatures never seen before on Earth) are being used for organ harvesting, and lab-grown body parts. These experiments are more prevalent in Asian countries, with a recent ban being lifted in Japan that forbids these experiments.

It is widely known and accepted that the Chinese government imprisons Uighur Muslims and other minorities (anyone not ethnically Han Chinese, including Mongolians, Tibetans, and others) for “reeducation” in concentration camps, and harvests organs from Falun Gong practitioners and other monks. What’s stopping them, and other “mad scientist” regimes from playing God and creating who knows what?

Could more and more of these alleged human animal hybrid creatures be created and brought to term? Watch out. Who knows what’s next?

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