Over the past three years, a spotlight has been shone on the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) biowarfare program. And regardless of whether the coronavirus itself was a part of that program or not, the fact remains that the CCP has a large-scale and very viable biowarfare program in place, of which the Wuhan lab was just a small component. One of the most shocking things that we know they are developing is a biological weapon that can target and attack the DNA strands specific to certain racial groups.
In actuality, the CCP is indeed developing weapons that target specific race and ethnicity markers, which might make it more clear as to why the CCP has been able to stitch together the largest collection of American DNA profiles—even larger than what the United States has been able to collect. They’ve done this not only through hacking, but also through more traditional channels, such as purchasing the data from DNA sequencing companies. Moreover, at times, they don’t even have to purchase the data.
For example, BGI, one of the largest manufacturers of prenatal tests used around the world, has been sending the genetic data of pregnant women (from 52 different countries) to the Chinese military. But what use does the Chinese military have for all of this data?
The Pentagon released a new video showing the events that forced the U.S. to down its own drone into the Black Sea further escalating tensions with Russia. Former Ambassador John Bolton, former national security adviser to Donald Trump, discusses how the U.S. should respond.
Former Ambassador John Bolton: China is winning the war | On Balance
President Joe Biden requested the largest defense budget proposed in decades last week, in the wake of heightening tensions with China and Russia. John Bolton, a former ambassador to the United Nations, weighs in on NewsNation's "On Balance."
Join us in our effort to free over 350 slaves. Listeners to the Eric Metaxas Show will remember our annual effort to free Christians who have been enslaved for simply acknowledging Jesus Christ as their Savior. As we celebrate the birth of Christ this Christmas, join us in giving new life to brothers and sisters in Sudan who have enslaved as a result of their faith.
A ration of sorghum, a local nutrient-rich staple food
A dairy goat
A “Sack of Hope,” a survival kit containing essential items such as tarp for shelter, a cooking pan, a water canister, a mosquito net, a blanket, a handheld sickle, and fishing hooks.
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