The proposed bio-weapon would be distributed in flu vaccines in Muslim countries. It would alter human genomic expression to produce a sort of “chemical lobotomy,” destroying the part of the brain associated with religiosity and spirituality. In other words, it would reduce its victims to a state lower than that of animals, who, unlike humans, were not created with spirituality and religiosity as a central feature of their being.
This project is clearly an act of genocide under international law. The culture of Islamic societies is an intensely religious culture; indeed, it is strong religiosity that holds these societies together. The murder of the central feature of the culture of 1.5 billion people would be by far the worst genocide ever attempted or even contemplated.
The Pentagon plan is not only a threat to Islamic societies, but to all of humanity. The centrality of religiosity and spirituality to the human being has been confirmed by all of the prophets, saints, and sages of every culture. Indeed, this is why we were created. As the holy Qur'an says:
“We have created humankind in the most beautiful form,
Then we return him to the lowest of the low,
Except for those who keep the faith and work righteousness,
For they will have a limitless reward.
So why do you falsely claim that religion is a lie?
Is not God the most just of judges?” (Surat-at-Tîn: http://quran.com/95/)
God created us in the “most beautiful form,” but that form rebounds to become “the lowest of the low” unless we cultivate our religious and spiritual nature by “keeping the faith” and “working righteousness.” In other words, humans can be higher than the angels, or lower than the animals. It all depends on whether we accept religion as true and keep the faith (the word faith, iman, can also be translated as “heart-knowledge”) and also work righteousness. The word for righteousness has the connotation of reforming things or demanding justice - in other words, being an activist who tries to make things better. So we need to hold fast to religious faith (or heart-knowledge) while working hard to make the world better. If we do not do both of these things, we fall to a state lower than that of the lowest animal.
The Pentagon apparently wants a world populated by “humans” who are lower than the lowest animal. It wants to destroy religion and spirituality. Why? Because religion and spirituality demand that we work justice. A truly religious person will be happy - even ecstatic - to be martyred while fighting against injustice (such as the invasion of their country). The Pentagon, whose job is to massacre the just on behalf of the wicked, would be happy - even ecstatic - if there were no-one left on earth who cared about justice. If they cannot kill off the just, the Pentagon psychopaths will be happy to give everyone a bio-chemical anti-spirituality lobotomy so that nobody will ever again work for justice in this world. This would, of course, signal the end of humanity.
Here is the transcript of this leaked video:
Presenter: “On the left over here, we have individuals who are religious fundamentalists, religious fanatics. And this is the expression RTPCR, real-time PCR, expression of the VMAT2 gene. Over here, we have individuals who are not particularly fundamentalist, not particularly religious. And you can see there's a much-reduced expression of this particular gene, the VMAT2 gene, another evidence (sic) that supports our hypothesis for the development of this approach (sic).”
Audience member: “So by spreading this virus, we're going to prevent individuals from putting on a bomb vest and going into a market and blowing up the market.”
Presenter: “So our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people, that they have over-expression of the VMAT2 gene, and that by vaccinating them against this, we will eliminate this behavior. So we have some very, very remarkable data in this next slide. Here we have two brain scans - these are FMRIs - these are two different individuals with two different levels of expression of VMAT2. On top, there is an individual who is a religious fanatic, and individual who - as we have repeated numerous times - has high levels of VMAT2. Now this individual down here, who had low levels of the VMAT2 gene, this individual would self-describe as not particularly religious.
In each case, these individuals were read a religious text. This individual lit up the right middle frontal gyrus, and that's a part of the brain that's associated with theory of mind, the part of the brain that has to do with intense beliefs and desires. In marked contrast, here's an individual who would not particularly self-describe as religious. And when they're read a religious text, what you see is that this part of the brain, called the anterior insula lights up. This is a part of the brain that's associated with disgust or displeasure on hearing something.”
Audience member: “Are you suggesting I take a CT scan with me when I'm evaluating people deciding whether or not to put a bullet in their head?”
Presenter: “So the data that I'm presenting here supports the concept that we're proposing. And I think that we would not propose to do CT scans or FMRIs on individuals out in the hinterlands of Afghanistan. The virus would immunize against this VMAT2 gene, and that would have the effect that you see here, which is essentially to turn a fanatic into a normal person. And we think that that will have major effects in the Middle East.”
Audience member: “How would you suggest that this is going to be dispersed. By aerosol?”
Presenter: “Well, so the present plan in the tests that we've done so far, have used respiratory viruses, such as flu or rhinoviruses, and we believe that's a satisfactory way to get exposure of the largest part of the population. Most of us, of course, have been exposed to both of those viruses. And we're quite confident that this will be a very successful approach.”
Audience member: “This is fascinating. What's the name of this proposal?”
Presenter: “Yeah, so the name of this project is FUNVAX, which is the vaccine for religious fundamentalism.”
Audience member: “Do you have a proposal already?”
Presenter: “The proposal has just been submitted. And I think that the data I have shown you today would support the development of this project. And we think it has great promise.”