WAR NEWS: U.S. German Attorney Dr. Reiner Fuellmich names Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab as some of the criminal orchestrators creating as much worldwide chaos as possible in the form of pandemics, wars, the one they are working on now with “Russia and Ukraine.”
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WAR NEWS: U.S. German Attorney Dr. Reiner Fuellmich names Justin Trudeau, Gates, Angela Merkel, Macron, Sebastian Kurz, Jacinda Ardern, Jens Spahn, Ursula von der Leyen as conspirators in this criminal chaos all trained by the WEF. Responsible for millions of deaths.
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WAR NEWS: U.S. Attorney Dr. Reiner Fuellmich outlines criminal plans to create a one world government by the destruction of regional economies, shifting the wealth, population reduction. We are dealing with megalomaniacs, psychopaths and sociopaths that must be stopped.
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A word on the word eugenics: This word should not always immediately conjure up horrible visions and associations. Anyone who has gotten an abortion has practiced eugenics. Same for anyone who undergone genetic screening to avoid passing on a genetic malady to their offspring. At its most basic eugenics is just an idea that can be used for the good or for harm. ABN
Even Wikipedia recognizes this:
Eugenics (/juːˈdʒɛnɪks/ yoo-JEN-iks; from Ancient Greek εύ̃ (eû) ‘good, well’, and -γενής (genḗs) ‘come into being, growing’) is a set of beliefs and practices that aim to improve the genetic quality of a human population, historically by excluding people and groups judged to be inferior or promoting those judged to be superior. In recent years, the term has seen a revival in bioethical discussions on the usage of new technologies such as CRISPR and genetic screening, with a heated debate on whether these technologies should be called eugenics or not.
The concept predates the term; Plato suggested applying the principles of selective breeding to humans around 400 BC. Early advocates of eugenics in the 19th century regarded it as a way of improving groups of people. In contemporary usage, the term eugenics is closely associated with scientific racism. Modern bioethicists who advocate new eugenics characterize it as a way of enhancing individual traits, regardless of group membership.