Inside China’s Human Experimentation & Gene Editing to Create ‘GMO’ Army

China is racing to create “genetically-modified soldiers” through human experimentations and gene editing.

The Communist Chinese Party is ignoring ethical boundaries to “augment” military personnel through biotechnology, according to a report by the Daily Wire, which itself is based on a report by former intelligence chief John Ratcliffe.

“China has even conducted human testing on members of the People’s Liberation Army in hope of developing soldiers with biologically enhanced capabilities,” says Ratcliffe. “The intelligence is clear: Beijing intends to dominate the U.S. and the rest of the planet economically, militarily and technologically.”

“Many of China’s major public initiatives and prominent companies offer only a layer of camouflage to the activities of the Chinese Communist Party.”

Chinese officials have already hinted at using biotech for military applications.

For example, in 2017, Major General He Fuchu said the integration of gene editing would have “revolutionary influences upon weapons and equipment.”

Additionally, a senior colonel for a military medical university in China wrote a 2010 book entitled “War for Biological Dominance.”

And it’s already well-known that Chinese companies have been developing genetically modified animals for sale as pets.

Interestingly, prior to Ratcliffe’s revelation, a US thinktank that studies Chinese military developments revealed there were obvious synergies between China’s “military, academic and commercial” sectors.

In contrast, the US military seems more focused on ensuring “political correctness” inside its ranks rather than matching the might of China, although the military did have a moment of clarity under the Trump administration, as highlighted by the Ratcliffe report.


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