(Natural News) In order to discourage people from believing in God, and instead have them put all their faith in the godless state (atheism), scientists for more than a decade now have been toying around with a so-called “fundamentalist vaccine,” also known as “FunVax,” that they claim will rid people of their “God gene” and make them good little slaves for the New World Order.
In a video clip shared by Emily Windsor from Truth or Dogma on her Brighteon.com channel, a man is seen and heard explaining the nature of FunVax. In essence, its purpose is to target the VMAT2 gene for destruction – VMAT2 being the “God gene” that visual mapping shows is expressed in people who are religious, and not expressed in people who are non-religious.
“On the left over here, we have individuals who are religious fundamentalists, religious fanatics, and this is the expression RTPCR, real-time PCR, expression of the VMAT2 gene,” the man explains. “Over here, we have individuals who are not particularly fundamentalists, not particularly religious, and you can see that there’s a much reduced expression of this particular gene, the VMAT2 gene.”
You can watch the full clip below:
Anti-God “viruses” are being added to vaccines to eliminate all religion from the world (except the religion of atheism and state-worship, of course)
What you’ll notice upon watching the entire clip is that the students are discussing with their teacher how “viruses” can be used to vaccinate people against believing in God, using everyday vaccines such as flu shots as carriers to deliver these anti-God viruses into people’s bodies.
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Once these viruses are inside a person’s body, they systematically destroy the VMAT2 gene that visual mapping shows “lights up” when a person is presented with information about God. Once the VMAT2 is gone, in other words, there’s no more “lighting up” going on in in a person’s brain as it relates to hearing about God.
“Our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people, that they have over-expression of the VMAT2 gene, and that by vaccinating them against this, we’ll eliminate this behavior,” the man presenting the slides is heard stating about how anti-God vaccines function.
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While the discussion seems to center around using anti-God vaccines to stop fanatical Islamic terrorists, seeing as how the timestamp is April, 13, 2005 – the height of the “war on terror” – its implications for anyone who’s deemed to be a “fundamentalist” by the godless state are nothing short of ominous.
Who’s to say that everyday Christians aren’t a target of these anti-God vaccines? It’s a strong possibility, seeing as how the discussion in the video also includes mentions of adding anti-God viruses to childhood vaccines, including flu shots that are “strongly recommended” for pretty much everyone.
What this all suggests is that government-approved vaccines aren’t about health as much as they’re about population control – and more importantly for deep state purposes about separating people from their religious believes, only to fill that void with state-sanctioned atheism.
Putting two and two together, this further suggests that vaccines are being used to send people to hell, as they admittedly are being used to chemically lobotomize those who receive them. These vaccines would appear to turn people into godless zombies who roam about spreading even more atheism and godlessness, dragging even more people to hell.
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Be sure to watch the whole video clip in its entirety at Brighteon.com, and hear for yourself what these agents of death and destruction are doing to people’s minds through vaccination.
You can also keep up with the latest news on vaccines by visiting Vaccines.news.
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