Viral genomic weapons may not kill you, but may be designed to alter you genetically over time. They may also be designed as a binary long-latency weapon, a seemingly harmless virus you believe you have recovered from, but waiting to be triggered and weaponized by another virus, drug or environmental factor at a future date.
IF you want to understand the potential impact of a bioweapon like covid-19, you will take the time to watch Dr. John Sotos present the frightening capabilities available to those in the shadows.
Dr. John Sotos is the Worldwide Medical Director at Intel. Although trained as a transplantation cardiologist, Dr. Sotos’ career has largely concentrated on the interfaces of medicine – with computers, history, and television. With a masters degree in computer science/artificial intelligence from Stanford, Dr. Sotos was Chief Medical Engineer at Healtheon-WebMD, Principal Scientist at DNA Sciences, a co-founder of Expertscape.com, and is an inventor on several issued patents. He has written three books, including Zebra Cards: An Aid to Obscure Diagnosis, Dr. Sotos has an M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins, where he also performed all of his clinical training, and was for years an adjunct professor of medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. His bachelors degrees are from Dartmouth College in chemistry and in mathematics. For thirty years he has been a flight surgeon in the Air National Guard.
At about 22 minutes he discusses using genome manipulating viruses used to target specific populations, races, ethnicities. This is all a reality.
Start at minute 16 of the video if you are short on time.
“…in fact there is some stuff worse than dying, and I call that hell. and you don’t want to want to know what that is.” – Dr. John Sotos
From a commentator
“In the first few minutes he pushes regular Flu vaccines annually, so he also is a shill for Big Pharma.
While his estimation of the virulence and pervasiveness of Bio Weapon Viruses is seemingly extensive and science based, it is conflictual to trust what he says based on his provenance. Could be truth, but his background negates validity of what he is saying.”
In 1997, U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen referred to the concept of an ethnic bioweapon as a possible risk. In 1998 some biological weapon experts considered such a “genetic weapon” plausible, and believed the former Soviet Union had undertaken some research on the influence of various substances on human genes.
In its 2000 policy paper Rebuilding America’s Defenses, think-tank Project for the New American Century (PNAC) described ethnic bioweapons as a “politically useful tool” that US adversaries could have incentive to develop and utilize.
The possibility of a “genetic bomb” is presented in Vincent Sarich’s and Frank Miele’s book, Race: The Reality of Human Differences, published in 2004. These authors view such weapons as technically feasible but not very likely to be used. (page 248 of paperback edition.)
In 2004, The Guardian reported that the British Medical Association (BMA) considered bioweapons designed to target certain ethnic groups as a possibility, and highlighted problems that advances in science for such things as “treatment to Alzheimer’s and other debilitating diseases could also be used for malign purposes”.
In 2005, the official view of the International Committee of the Red Cross was “The potential to target a particular ethnic group with a biological agent is probably not far off. These scenarios are not the product of the ICRC’s imagination but have either occurred or been identified by countless independent and governmental experts.”
In 2008, the US government held a congressional committee, ‘Genetics and other human modification technologies: sensible international regulation or a new kind of arms race?’, during which it was discussed how “we can anticipate a world where rogue (and even not-so-rogue) states and non-state actors attempt to manipulate human genetics in ways that will horrify us”.
In 2012, The Atlantic wrote that a specific virus that targets individuals with a specific DNA sequence is within possibility in the near future. The magazine put forward a hypothetical scenario of a virus which caused mild flu to the general population but deadly symptoms to the President of the United States. They cite advances in personalized gene therapy as evidence.
In 2016, Foreign Policy magazine suggested the possibility of a virus used as an ethnic bioweapon that could sterilize a “genetically-related ethnic population.” en.wikipedia.org