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Human Cloning: Reckless by Design

Human replication has been an interest of doctors and scientists for longer than most people know. Cloning, also known as somatic cell nuclear transfer, is a very controversial topic among both scientists and citizens.

The idea of making a copy of a conscious person in a laboratory is gaining popularity now more than ever (but not ours). Though, some who choose to completely ignore the negative ramifications, are devoting their lives and other peoples’ D.N.A. to their quest of becoming “gods”. There are two types of cloning: - Therapeutic Cloning - used for stem-cell therapy - Reproductive Cloning - used to artificially replicate/create a copy of a person or animal

Nazi Interest in Cloning

The interest in replicating a specific genotype in modern times dates back to the fascist Nazi German era of WWII. Some believe that it may date back to the Aryan interests of WWI but, with limited sources. Nonetheless, it is rooted within the realm of racism. Nazis’ had a keen interest in twins, which led to the studying of European eugenics for the first steps in developing a “pure-blood Aryan race”. Through the help of the IBM computer and the fringe scientists dedicated to uncovering the unknown, the science of human cell replication of forming a strain of unnatural twins was developed. Though, their work was interrupted by the the minds of interest within the hive of the United States intelligence and security agencies.

The U.S. of america (The Corporation) did not know exactly what they had gotten their hands into until the kidnapping and recruitment of Nazi scientists in 1945 during what will forever be known as Operation Paperclip.

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So, the facts are Nazis were very interested in the study of how to produce twins and artificially duplicate them within the female reproductive system. The U.S. obtained the foremost biological scientists to work for them in Universities and governmental sectors. These scientists and their students work for the United States government presently. How many clones work for them now??

“Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 establishing the CIA. The National Security Act charged the CIA with coordinating the nation’s intelligence activities and correlating, evaluating and disseminating intelligence affecting national security.” source:

We easily see here that after the two-year evaluation from the recruitment in 1945 of Nazis into the defense and intelligence sectors of the U.S. (1945-1947) to the foundation of the CIA/Nazi scientists, the C.I.A. sprouted like a weed into the core of the United States––thus beginning the false-flag 1947 Roswell crash. The beings recovered at the crash site may have been the product of a U.S. & Nazi cooperative cloning/genetics experiment. That could very well explain the appearance of the creatures. Nazis’ have quite a history of interest in genetics as well as circular-wing vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (aka flying saucers) research and development; this may be another reason the first Nazi scientists brought to the U.S. under the operation being aerodynamics and jet propulsion scientists.

Currently It is my strong opinion the new Nazi-America began cloning humans almost right away in the year 1945. But, it is not until fairly recent that we see individuals and companies coming out into the open and admit that they are performing human cloning research; with some claiming to have already grown clones. We must wonder why they have waited until now to disclose their operations. Bringing this hideous science out in the open, that many see as a mad science miracle, creates new and large crowds of civilians and politicians with very strong opinions of support and protest. When striking controversy at such a deep level, scientific and political debate is sparked which forces a written code of ethics and morals within the debated country. There are only but a handful of countries that have relaxed laws and regulations when it comes to assisted reproductive health. The possible countries that are cloning humans under the table include the U.S.A., Brazil, Malta, Moldova, Turkey, Cyprus, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, India, Singapore, South Korea and China. Cloning humans on the black market entitles the cloner the rights and ownership to the clone. Exploitations and human right violations that may stem from this are the selling and marketing in the areas of slavery and sex-slavery; monetary gain through the use of creating high-yield actors, musicians and sports stars; violent and torturous cutting-edge medical experimentation; as well as simple human greed and exploitation. Chinese Clone Factory – A Modern Franken-Factory

The Chinese company BoyaLife Genomics has recently announced their plans on building the world’s largest cloning factory. Its total area is 151,000 square feet and is to be completed by the second half of 2016 at its location in the northern China city of Tianjin. According to the company’s chief executive, Xu Xiaochun, BoyaLife will capitalize on the cloning of animals for the meat industry as well as house pets, race horses and police dogs. The franken-factory will be joining forces with South Korea’s biotech research company Sooam. Together they plan to clone 1,000,000 cows for slaughter-consumption purposes per year by the year 2020. Sooam is best known for its interest into cloning the Wooly Mammoth and its projects of cloning primates for bio research. If they are already cloning primates for bio research for the "benefit" of humans, there is a high possibility Sooam is cloning humans for biological research. Already, back in 2009, Sooam's founder, Hwang Woo-suk, was convicted with embezzling research funds and illegally purchasing human eggs for his research. “We can do cloning on a very large scale,” Yutao Du, a scientist at the project, was quoted as saying. “Thirty to 50 people together doing cloning so that we can make a cloning factory here.” The Tianjin factory is a partnership with Sooam Biotech, a South Korean company run by the Seoul-based scientist Hwang Woo-suk. Hwang, a once-revered veterinarian known as the “king of cloning”, was disgraced in 2006 after he was found guilty of research fraud and gross ethical lapses in the way he obtained human eggs for his experiments. source: By cloning animals on such a wide-scale, it is possible the public will be stunned at their progress and blindly conditioned into considering the commercial cloning of humans for experimentation – claiming that human clones would be a way better subject to test upon since they are "soulless" and closer physically and chemically to a natural human than an animal subject. Though animal and human clone experimentation are both very unethical. Some people have started to demand cloning for personal issues - for reproductive assistance if they can not reproduce naturally. As we have seen in the past, many people set aside animal ethics for the progress of human technology and consumerism. This opens the door for those same scientists and same consumers to want to move on to human beings, thus, setting aside their own human dignity and human ethics for scientific progress. Key Players Note: Any pro-cloning speech or literature is that of the individual or group. Any anti-cloning speech or literature is that of Bobby Vaughn Jr. Dr. Panayiotis Zavos, PhD

•Founder and President of the Zavos Organization •President and CEO of Zavos Diagnostic Laboratories, Inc., a private corporation that markets infertility products and technologies, in the USA and worldwide •Founder, Director and Chief Andrologist of the Andrology Institute of America •Founder and Director of Reprocell Technologies •Founder and Executive Director of the Home Fertility Network •Professor Emeritus of Reproductive Physiology-Andrology at the University of Kentucky, in Lexington, KY, USA •Honorary Professor, China Academy of Science View Dr. Zavos' 37 Vimeo videos HERE Dr. Zavos' Discovery channel special on his work in the field of human cloning


Nick Bostrom, PhD

Nick Bostrom is a professional philosopher at Yale University and a leading transhumanist spokesperson. He is a co-founder of the World Transhumanist Association. He is in favor of full legalization of human cloning and funding for related research. He speaks to the media frequently and makes the case for a progressive approach to the opportunities opened up to humanity by technological development. source: Professor Bostrom is also: •Professor, Faculty of Philosophy & Oxford Martin School •Director, Future of Humanity Institute •Director, Strategic Artificial Intelligence Research Institute at University of Oxford More information about professor Bostrom can be found at:

A short essay on his views about cloning can be seen at: Watch Nick Bostrom's videos HERE


Dr. Seed, PhD Dr. Seed believes that he and others will become Gods by cloning humans at their own will. Watch video below to see Dr. Seed threaten us who oppose him on his quest to become "God".

Dr. Richard Seed has three degrees from Harvard, including a Ph.D. He is a former professor and physicist. He has expertise in developing treatments for infertility. Dateline NBC did a story on Dr. Seed that aired February 11, 1998, and he has made numerous other media appearances. On December 12th, 1998, Dr. Seed participated on a panel discussion about human cloning and medical ethics at the 6th International Congress on Anti-Aging & Biomedical Technologies. • Richard G. Seed, Ph.D.

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_________________________________________________________ Dr. Lee Silver, PhD

Dr. Lee M. Silver is a Professor at Princeton University in the Departments of Molecular Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and the Program in Neuroscience. He is also associated with the Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy at Princeton's

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where he offers an undergraduate course on "Human Genetics, Reproduction, and Public Policy." Dr. Silver graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973 with B.A. and M.S. degrees in physics, and from Harvard University in 1978 with a Ph.D. in biophysics. He was a research fellow at the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research and a senior scientist at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory before coming to Princeton.

"Babies of the Millenium Night" – Designer Babies video featuring Dr. Silver

Dr. Silver is the author of "Remaking Eden: How Genetic Engineering and Cloning Will Transform the American Family." Remaking Eden describes incredible new ways in which people will be able to reproduce and choose the genes they provide to their children in the near future. Remaking Eden also considers the fundamental ethical dilemma that arises from the competing principles of individual freedom and the "good of society," and explains how and why the marketplace and human nature may ultimately determine the use of these technologies, and the impact this will have on the future evolution of the human species. Dr. Silver describes the science of reproduction as well as futuristic scenarios.

Dr. Silver is the co-editor-in-chief, together with Dr. Ian Wilmut, of a new international journal entitled "Cloning: Science and Policy." He is also co-editor-in-chief of "Mammalian Genome," the official journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society. In 1993, Dr. Silver was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). In 1995, he received an unsolicited National Institutes of Health MERIT award for 10 years of research funding. He was a member of the New Jersey Bioethics Commission Task Force formed to recommend reproductive policy positions for the New Jersey State Legislature, and has testified on reproductive and genetic technologies before U.-S. Congressional and New York State Senate committees.

Dr. Silver has discussed issues concerning reproductive technology, behavioral genetics, cloning, and genetic engineering on national radio and television programs including: the NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, the Jim Lehrer News Hour on PBS, The Charles Osgood Sunday Morning Show on CBS, Nightline on ABC, Crossfire on CNN, Talk of the Nation and the Derek McGinty Show on NPR, the Charlie Rose Show on PBS, as well as Talkback Live (CNN), Technopolitics (PBS), The McLaughlin Group (NBC/PBS), Healthweek (PBS), the Catherine Grier Show (Fox News), and regular appearances on Fox Focus on Health (Fox News).


Contact information: Lee M. Silver, Ph.D.

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Laurence H. Tribe

Laurence H. Tribe is a professor of constitutional law at Harvard Law School. He wrote an article entitled "Second Thoughts on Cloning," which appeared in The New York Times OP-ED Friday, December 5, 1997, and supported human cloning. He argues against the sweeping prohibition of human cloning. At the end of his essay he says, "If human cloning is to be banned, then, the reasons had better be far more compelling than any thus far advanced." source: Dr. Tribe was appointed in 2010 by President Obama and Attorney General Holder to serve as the first Senior Counselor for Access to Justice; and has written 115 books and articles, including his treatise, American Constitutional Law, cited more than any other legal text since 1950. Former Solicitor General Erwin Griswold wrote: “[N]o book, and no lawyer not on the [Supreme] Court, has ever had a greater influence on the development of American constitutional law,” and the Northwestern Law Review opined that no-one else “in American history has… simultaneously achieved Tribe’s preeminence… as a practitioner and… scholar of constitutional law.” source:


Stephen Hawking

Need I say more? Some consider Hawking the Einstein of our time. One of his most known quotes in support of human cloning is: "The fuss about cloning is rather silly, I can't see any essential distinction between cloning and

producing brothers and sisters in the time-honored way." - Stephen Hawking Maybe he is not as intelligent as many believe. According to the Human Cloning Foundation, "Perhaps some people deserve a "genetic encore," a chance to for their DNA to live again because they have so greatly benefited mankind. A stellar example may be astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. Hawking, one the greatest scientific minds of our time, suffers from Lou Gehrig's Disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). The disease is incurable and slowly progressive. Hawking is confined to a wheelchair, cannot talk, and yet continues to make staggering contributions to the world. He has produced many great breakthroughs in physics.

The Human Cloning Foundation, if allowed to, would store Hawking's DNA. Perhaps Hawking would want to wait to be cloned until amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is understood. His cloning could wait until either a cure for ALS is known or the disease could be prevented. Hawking's clone could live a life free of physical disability. Many would argue that there is nothing wrong with cloning Stephen Hawking or any other disabled person regardless of whether their disability is curable or not." source:


Senator Thomas Harkin

Former Senator Thomas Harkin, formerly a democrat serving the state of Iowa, has spoken out in support of human cloning. Showing great courage, Harkin said that he welcomes human cloning and he called the anti-cloning fervor "rubbish." Senator Harkin is noted for being a friend of all forms of medical research. The following quote has also been attributed to former Senator Harkin:

"This has enormous potential for good, There should be no limits on human knowledge, none whatever. To those like President Clinton who say we can't play God, I say OK, fine, you can take your side alongside Pope Paul V who in 1616 tried to stop Galileo, they accused Galileo of trying to play God too. [...] I don't think cloning is demeaning to human nature, to attempt to limit human knowledge is demeaning. It's not legitimate to try to stop cloning. What nonsense, what utter, utter nonsense to think we can hold up our hand and just say "stop". Cloning will continue, the human mind will continue to inquire into it. Human cloning will take place and it will take place in my lifetime, and I don't fear it at all. I want to be on the side of the Galileos and those who say the human mind has no limits, rather than trying to stop something that's going to happen anyway." - Former US Senator Tom Harkin, (D) IA source:


Robert H. Foote ( August 22, 1922 - October 27, 2008 )

Robert H. Foote, Cornell professor emeritus of animal science and biology supports cloning. Robert H. Foote is one of the pioneers of animal cloning technology. In May 1997, he told the state legislature of New York not to ban cloning research. He was testifying before a senate committee chaired by State Senator Roy Goodman. Foote stated that cloning research could yield medical breakthroughs that would benefit humanity. He was quoted in AgBiotech News & Information (ANI) as saying, "We want the public to know that the research on cloning can uniquely advance knowledge in ways that will improve the quality of life." Foote expects cloning to lead to a better understanding of how genes work and cells differentiate. He also indicated that cloning should also lead to a better understanding of the aging process and to the use of animals to produce badly needed medicines. Foote's final thought in a report by AgBiotech News & Information (ANI) was that "One cannot predict precisely the benefits of properly thought-out research." Most of his work falls into four research categories: • In vitro fertilization, culture and micromanipulation of embryos • Oogenesis, superovulation and embryo transfer; • Extenders for semen and cryopreservation; • Spermatogenesis and epididymal function. sources:;


Attorney Elizabeth Price Foley

Attorney at law, Elizabeth Price Foley, supports human cloning. She is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University, Detroit College of Law. She is on the Board of Directors of the local American Civil Liberties Union, which may challenge Michigan's anti-cloning legislation. She wrote an excellent law review article explaining why the Food and Drug Administration does not have jurisdiction over human cloning. The citation to her article is: "Does the FDA Have Authority to Regulate Human Cloning?" Volume 11, Number 3, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, page 619, summer 1998 edition. Her contact information is: Elizabeth Price Foley, Esq. Detroit College of Law Michigan State University 364 Law College Building East Lansing, MI 48824-1300 E-mail: source:


Clonaid & The Raelians

Clonaid, the first human cloning company in the world, was founded in February 1997, by RAEL and a group of investors who created the Valiant Venture Ltd Corporation based in the Bahamas. In the first couple of years Cloned has already received enormous media coverage. However, due to the pressure mounted on the Bahamas government by French journalists, Valiant Venture Ltd was cancelled as government representatives were thinking the laboratories would be established on the Bahamas Island. Meanwhile, the list of serious potential customers had grown to more than

250 people! Therefore, during the year 2000, Rael decided to hand over the Clonaid project to Dr. Brigitte Boisselier, a Raelian Bishop, in order for her to start working on actually cloning the first human being with a team of well-trained scientists. Dr. Boisselier has PhD degrees in physical and biomolecular chemistry. In her last job she was a marketing director for a large chemical company in France. In the summer of 2000, an American couple that wanted to help develop this technology in order for them to have a baby contacted Dr. Boisselier. They were the first major investors funding the equipment and the laboratory needed and Clonaid's first human cloning laboratory was set up in early 2001. In the summer of 2001, following several visits from U.S. government representatives to their facilities, Clonaid decided to pursue its human cloning project in another country where human cloning is legal. In their website's last news post on July 8, 2009, approximately two-and-a-half weeks after Michael Jackson's death, Clonaid admits it's interest in cloning him. Visit this LINK to read fully. Click HERE to view the Raelian book, "Yes to Human Cloning - Eternal Life Thanks to Science". Solutions Against Human Cloning Boycotting all reproductive technologies including stem-cells and in vitro fertilization is important in order to keep the demand low. As we know, the madness known as human cloning is happening within the walls of these fertility hospitals and clinics. These doctors and scientists have steady access to human eggs and the technology to create clones. Boycott –– When the demand is low, companies start shutting down. Though, this does not necessarily stop the rogue mad doctors and scientists operating out of their secret bunker. Be vigilant and bring necessary justice to anyone proven to have mishandled eggs or DNA with the intent to clone.


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