In der news.
If she had stayed in China, this wouldn’t have happened. Good things tend to happen (and bad things don’t) when you don’t invade the living spaces of other peoples.
Zman is getting better and better at the tin cup panhandling:
If you care about your community and want to support those working hard on your behalf, consider supporting my work by donating the price of a beer or a cup of coffee at Starbucks. Five bucks a month is not a lot to ask. Unlike those mega-corporations, I will not use your money to destroy your family and community.
No, but he’ll defend Jews who do those things to you and your community.
When you read this, remember Lynn pontificating that “pollution” is lowering the high, high IQ of China. Cherry picking, anyone?
The project to make cells resistant to viruses (and other stressors) seems to be essentially a joint enterprise of European-descended people (e.g., Church) and Jews (e.g., Ostrov). Involvement of the Holy Oriental seems to, at best, at the lowest levels of technical assistance. Thus, Whites and Jews (to give credit where credit it due) are at the forefront of scientific innovation, while the ever-so-superior Yellows are not.
The scientific group Genome Project-write (GP-write) announced on Tuesday that they plan to launch a “grand-scale community-wide project” to develop cells that are resistant to viruses, as well as cells that are potentially resistant to radiation, freezing, aging and cancer. It’s the first step, it says, toward producing “ultra-safe cells” at will.
More on the initial background work here.
Der Movement starts breathing fast and heavily – dat dere Nordic Desert Empire! Well, if the body really is so remarkably well preserved, maybe there’s some viable nuclear DNA there to do autosomal genetic testing for overall ancestry and phenotypic traits, and not just mtDNA for maternal lineage determination. No doubt any such autosomal data would slow down and lighten the breathing rates of sweaty Nutzis. But then again, maybe not – they’ll just ignore or misinterpret it.