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Control Mechanisms - Genetically Modified Humans - Dr. Robert Verkerk

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You will have seen, South Africa, the most developed nation in Sub-Saharan Africa, is now becoming a springboard for mRNA technology. What we need to do to look after our health is pretty much down to what we choose to do in each 24-hour cycle and over weeks and months and years if we get that right we often have good health outcomes. What's been happening is we essentially relinquish this sovereignty and hand it over to the medical establishment. We used to hand it over to our primary physician. Now we hand it over to institutions and increasingly these institutions hand it to a panel of essentially inter governmental organizations that have got a plan for us. They tell us it’s all for our good. What’s been happening in South Africa is a lens of what’s happening everywhere else. It is about buying into the plan because if they don’t buy into the plan…. On the Hypothesis of the Globalists’ Plan… I think there are many reasons why vaccines are a useful delivery system. People will become very fearful over an existential threat that can impact their health. So, if you manufacture through behavioral control systems, a sense of fear of death, which was done very well in the industrialized world, particularly where people are not very resilient. They become very susceptible to that as a way of protecting themselves. We've got to remember with any control system, you've got to have an incentive. It’s like a carrot or a stick that gets people engaged with it so they had both. The stick was you’re gonna get really sick or you're going to die. The carrot is you’ll be able to play in society in a more normal way. The problem is that the carrot didn't work so well, people became disillusioned.


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