The Bill Nobody Noticed: The National DNA Databank

The Bill Nobody Noticed: The National DNA Databank

‘In April of 2008, President Bush signed into law S.1858 which allows the federal government to screen the DNA of all newborn babies in the U.S. This was to be implemented within 6 months meaning that this collection is now being carried out. Congressman Ron Paul states that this bill is the first step towards the establishment of a national DNA database.

Sections of the bill also make it clear that DNA may be used in genetic experiments and tests.

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The Bill Nobody Noticed: The National DNA Databank

2 Responses to “The Bill Nobody Noticed: The National DNA Databank”

  1. We need to stop the chain reaction that is happening in society. If we do, we might be able to stop some of this.

    Great post. I missed the fact that he wants to have this database. Good catch. I think most people also missed this.

    http://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2008/12/23/chain-reaction/

    Stop the Chain Reaction.

  2. I have studied all the sights I can find for the last 3 1/2 years and there is a lot of talk and a lot of offers out there for me to buy all that talk, but yet have I to find anyone of these sights that has the answers to the out of control Goverment, and how to stop the chain reaction short of a revolation that no one wants to mention for fear of retaleation. Come on guys the big buggy bear GOVERMENT has it made and they know it, because no one has the guts, not even our Military Leaders to realy stand up to the new Hitler regeim. We will go the way of History, all mankind is SINFULLFULLFULLFULL and now as lazy as the Chinamen on Opeit when the English took them over. Only CHRIST HAS THE ANSWER….. Lets see it if any of you can come up wtih a stop to the chain reaction.

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