I have long been concerned about so many White people sending their DNA to unknown people to have it tested to find out more about their ancestry and or to find out if they are predisposed to certain diseases.
I became more concerned when I was sitting in a courtroom with a friend over an unpaid traffic ticket in the state of California. This courtroom made an offer to waive certain civil fees if those being fined would only give the court a swab for DNA collection purposes. Also, a simple google search tells me that in California, where I live, the government has been granted the authority to obtain and permanently store DNA from anyone who is arrested as well as non-U.S. citizens detained under federal authorities.
What is the purpose for the state, any state to collect our DNA? What are they going to do with it?
As Europeans we know how important our DNA is. It is our essence. It is different from the DNA of other peoples. It makes us who we are. We mustn’t willingly allow it to be taken from us in order to avoid civil assessments or to satisfy our curiosity.
As we speak, multinational corporations are fighting in court to be allowed to take the DNA of any living being, alter it, then patent the altered DNA strand. There are many sick people in the world and frankly I don’t want them using OUR DNA for any of their gross experiments any more than I would want them using my body parts to create a Frankenstein monster. Not to mention, our so-called “news” sources aren’t forthcoming about this sort of thing. They would rather tell us about Bethany Frankenstain Frankel sneaking into a nightclub. Who give a rats ass?
And don’t get me started on sperm banks. See the movie called Delivery Man if you want to get an idea how this sort of thing can go awry.