by Jon Rappoport
December 22, 2021
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NBC, September 4, 2056. Three hours ago, on the Morning Blow, anchor Rex Regis interviewed US Department of Genetics Chief, Dr. Dove Fauci Gates. Here is a rush transcript excerpt:
Doctor, can you summarize the new federal mandate? It seems to represent a scientific breakthrough.
It does, Rex. We’ve discovered that during the act of sexual intercourse, there is a cascade of unmonitored genetic information transferred between partners.
Hasn’t that always been the case?
Yes, but we had no idea how extensive the information was.
So natural birth is on the way out?
With this new mandate, all sexual acts must now be monitored and tested, before conception is permitted.
I’m not sure I understand, Doctor.
Well, ever since the development of RNA vaccines, we’ve had the ability to introduce nanoparticles into the body. And then, we pioneered the insertion of nano sensors, which record, in real time, thousands of biological and chemical processes and changes. We can enable these sensors to report their ongoing findings to a central location—and we can issue instructions from that location back into the body.
What sorts of instructions?
For example, an increase or decrease in hormone production. A raising or lowering of blood pressure. An elevation or decline in certain brain processing functions.
I see. How does all this relate to sexual intercourse?
Basically, before engaging in sex, people will need to take an injection that inserts nano sensors in their bodies. Then we can monitor key genetic exchanges that occur during sex. If we deem these exchanges to be harmful or counter-productive, that couple will not be permitted to conceive a child.
And how do you define “harmful” and “counter-productive”?
We have algorithms. For instance, we don’t want babies with gross anti-social tendencies.
I see. So all couples would have to engage first in an act of test-sex, so you can discover what genetic information is exchanged.
That’s right, Rex. Granted, it’s a bit cumbersome, but it’s necessary if we’re going to have the kind of society we all long for.
Yes, it sounds cumbersome, Doctor. First of all, everyone will need to take a shot.
Yes, to insert the nano sensors. Then when—
Suppose my wife and I are planning to have sex after watching a movie on a Tuesday night?
All right, Rex. You would punch in a code on your cell phone. Now you’re registered for a test-run. During sex that night, the nano sensors in your body and your wife’s body would report certain information to our Division of Jilly.
Yes. That’s the name of an experimental female we tested in Indonesia six years ago. She was Patient Zero. She was the first human to have nano monitored sex in the Pfizer facility there. So your sexual act with your wife on that Tuesday night would be monitored. About six weeks later, you would get the results. Either a go to try to conceive a baby, or a full stop.
Are there any adverse effects from the nano injection or the monitoring of sexual intercourse?
They’re both remarkably safe and effective, Rex. Perhaps a bit of pain and swelling at the injection site, that’s all. And a rare case, here and there, of myocarditis.
Well, that’s good news.
As far as the new mandate goes, what will you do about refusers?
The “anti-sexers?” We’ll get to them. Since every human is registered on our national database, we can cut off their government-guaranteed income, as well as other privileges.
Suppose someone wants to have sex while using a condom? Or suppose the woman is taking the pill or has an IUD?
Well, Rex, studies show those methods are less than a hundred percent effective. So no, those excuses won’t fly. We consider every act of sexual intercourse a potential precursor to pregnancy. If you want to have sex, you must take the injection, do a test run, and then, if certified as safe, you can engage in sex.
Are there injection boosters?
Annually. It’s mandatory.
You’re talking about an enormous undertaking, Doctor.
Yes, although much of it is handled by AI.
I assume this is a temporary program on the way to universal conception in laboratories, without sex of any kind. There will be no parents.
That’s a long way off, Rex. Perhaps 50 years.
Some people will want to get around this new mandate by applying for religious exemptions.
The courts have been clear on this issue. And as you know, the Pope himself rejects exemptions.
But sex is a basic human impulse, no matter what mandates are issued.
We realize that. But as the Australian Prime Minister declared, an hour ago, “Do you want to have unapproved sex and be cut off from money transactions?”
I can see some people saying, “We want to have sex, and if we conceive, we promise to abort the fetus.”
That’s covered in the mandate. It’s not allowed.
I don’t know, Doctor. If my wife wants me to [censored], am I supposed to say no? That would put me in a difficult spot.
Rex, this has nothing to do with personal choices. That’s the selfish way to look at things. We have to make sacrifices for the good of everyone. We learned that hard lesson during the COVID pandemic.
In my first reading of the new mandate, I see it covers companies with more than a hundred employees, plus all government employees and contractors.
Right. That’s stage one. When we work out any kinks in the system, we’ll extend the mandate to everyone.
What about boys who are, say, 16 years old? Their hormones are working overtime.
We’re aware. Of course, parental consent for the injections and the nano-monitoring is not required. Students will have to take the injections in order to attend classes. With nano-sensors in their bodies, we can regulate hormone levels in all teens—if the data show it’s necessary. By the way, there are several fascinating studies that suggest eating a steady diet of GMO breakfast cereals reduces semen volume in boys.
So, Doctor, this new sexual mandate will definitely impact population numbers.
It has to. When you discover errant genetic information transferring between people during sex, you have to do something about it. You can’t just stand back and let it happen. That would be cruel.
Can you describe exactly what kind of genetic information you’re talking about? It seems to be at the heart of the scientific breakthrough which led to this mandate.
It’s very complex, Rex. I could point you to the important publications on the subject. It takes a molecular biologist to understand the details. Basically, there are gene banks that contain an extraordinary amount of data. New processing capability has enabled us to pinpoint a whole host of A, B, and C neg factors.
I’m referring to three classes of genetic data that contraindicate birth safety.
I’m still not getting it, Doctor.
Well, that’s what I mean, Rex. You’re not a geneticist. If you were, you’d see the insights light up like a Christmas tree. You can’t miss the markers. When they’re transferred and mingled in the prospective parents in certain configurations, which we call the Epsilon 50 and the Beta 20, the baby the couple wants to conceive would pose a clear and present danger to society, or an insupportable burden. Two hundred years of gene research has led us to this remarkable finding.
Thank you, Doctor. I’m sure we’ll be talking again soon, as this mandate rolls out.
One more thing, Rex. Transgender males and females are exempt from the new mandate. We’ve discovered that, if they can conceive, they show none of the Epsilon or Delta markers. We don’t yet understand why, but it’s an extraordinary indicator…
Delta? You said the two key configurations were Epsilon and Beta.
Delta, Beta—they’re the same. Trust me, Rex. I’m The Science.
We all trust you, Doctor.