US Supreme court Opinion

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  • Wed, Jul 21, 2021 - 07:06pm



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    US Supreme court Opinion

has there been some discussion or visibility of this issue?

In the US, the Supreme Court has ruled that vaccinated people worldwide are products, patented goods, according to US law, no longer human.

Through a modified DNA or RNA vaccination, the mRNA vaccination, the person ceases to be human and becomes the OWNER of the holder of the modified GEN vaccination patent,
because they have their own genome and are no longer “human” (without natural people), but “trans-human”, so a category that does not exist in Human Rights.
The quality of a natural person and all related rights are lost.
This applies worldwide and patents are subject to US law.

Since 2013, all people vaccinated with GM-modified mRNAs are legally trans-human and legally identified as trans-human and do not enjoy any human or other rights of a state, and this applies worldwide,
because GEN-POINT technology patents are under US jurisdiction and law, where they were registered.

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Yes, we have previously discussed this, albeit briefly and without much interest from the tribe. You can find that forum here:

Once again I post this mind blowing document that is an official publication of the Government of Canada. This should creep everyone out in a big way!!!

You can keep up with latest from these insane futurists here:


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Where in that document does it affirm what you’re saying? As far as I can tell, admittedly after a quick scan, that document merely answers the question as to whether portions of genetic code in the human genome can be patented if they are inserted via technologies like CRISPR.

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