imageIn 1997, embryologists at the Roslin Institute in Scotland, announced that they had successfully cloned a young sheep, “Dolly”, from a cell taken from the mammary gland of an adult sheep. Public reaction to the news was swift. The story was on the front page of the New York Times and dominated television newscasts and talk shows around the world. Did it mean, people asked, that this could be done in humans? Were we nearer to cloning human beings? U.S. President Bill Clinton reacted immediately, stating that the cloning of Dolly the sheep raised “serious, ethical questions, particularly with respect to the possible use of this technology to clone human embryos”. Clinton called for legislation to ban human cloning, as did thirteen European countries, including the UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee (STC) which said that British law needs to be amended to ensure that human cloning is illegal. President Jacques Chirac of France and German Research Minister, Juergen Ruettgters, also called for an international ban on human cloning. What the public did not realize at the time, according to Illuminati whistleblower, Donald Marshall, was the fact that top-secret experiments in human cloning had already been conducted for many decades in deep underground military bases around the world. Read Article

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