by Jon Rappoport
August 22, 2013

from JonRappoport Website



If you still remember a piece of paper called the US Constitution, you might wonder under what section of that document the government is permitted to alter the human species.

A current Pentagon plan to create a biological platform inside the human body, using it to deliver new genetic information, and thus changing what the human body is and does… well, that is about as outrageous as you can get, when it comes to the violation of permitted federal powers.

Yet, the White House doesn't care, nor does Congress, nor does the Supreme Court, nor does any federal agency or oversight department.


It's all right. It's not a problem. It's a "medical" program, you see. And therefore it will help people, and the government's job is to help people.

This is the new version of the Constitution:

"the government is here to help you, and anything it does in that regard is legal."

Sign up now. Get on the list. Help overrides anything written into the Constitution.

"If the government wants to help me, it's fine. That's what government is for. It's like a parent. If the daddy is injecting me with genetic material to make me better, I love it."

DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) is preparing to launch these genetic experiments.


DARPA is organized under the Pentagon, which is organized under the Dept, of Defense, which is an agency of the executive branch, which means the White House, which refers to the President, where the buck stops.


So that's the chain of command. The violation of the Constitution goes all the way to the top.

Here is a key quote from the DARPA proposal:

"…the successful development of technologies for rapid introduction of large DNA vectors into human cell lines will enable the ability to engineer much more complex functionalities into human cell lines than are currently possible."

DARPA plans to insert a 47th chromosome into human cell lines. That chromosome will serve as a kind of platform that will make subsequent delivery of new genetic information much easier.

New genetic information means alterations in the body, at the level of DNA: Engineering humans.

DARPA will justify these experiments on the basis of improving soldiers' performance on the battlefield, their general health, their capacity to recover from illness, injury, exhaustion.


They can justify it any way they want to, but it adds up to the same thing.

"We will change you. We will make you better. And, ahem, uh, easier to control."

But this isn't a debate about how a human could be made better or what "better" should mean or who should decide. It's an argument that the whole program is a violation of the Constitution - because if we don't stand on that, we don't stand on anything.

Without invoking the law of the land, we allow various people to squabble about lesser issues and determine outcomes based on random and arbitrary factors.

"Well, I don't think the Pentagon should be in charge of this program at all. It should be moved over to the National Institutes of Health, where it belongs."

"I see no problem with Pentagon handling it, as long as there is civilian oversight from, say, the FDA. We could also have university scientists act in a consulting capacity…"

"The President should appoint a Genetics Czar. He could supervise the whole thing, with Congressional oversight."

"It has to be run by the government. Otherwise, we can't guarantee it'll be done in an ethical fashion."

No. The whole effort to engineer humans is unconstitutional, where government involvement is concerned.


As for private companies taking part, there are already laws on the books about engineering humans. The adequate enforcement of those laws is another problem.

There's nothing much at stake here. Only the future of the human species.

If private citizens, who are the target of this experimentation, don't have standing to file a class action suit against the government, who does? A judge denying standing would, in and of itself, create an uproar.

"Let me see if I've got this straight, Your Honor. We, as private citizens, who would have our DNA changed, don't have the right to object. Correct?


Call us crazy, but we thought potential victims are precisely the class who must take action. Who should oppose this program? Ants? Rats? Chimpanzees?"

If there are any constitutional lawyers out there who see what's happening here, I advise immediate filings. Take this horror to the most basic level: the gross violation of federal powers. Bury the government where they stand. Make the point. Cut this off at the pass.


If there is any issue around which the American people should be able to unite, the government alteration of their genes should be it.

If not, I suggest consulting travel brochures for other planets.