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All politics is fake. All of it is scripted by (((you know who.)))
In the battle to impose genetic testing on anyone who has a job, the Republicans are being portrayed as the bad guys, the Democrats the good guys.
It’s all Kabuki theater. It’s actors playing roles assigned to them.
The end game is wealth and power.
Here’s a new idea that is sure to enrich that certain group while allowing all manner of mischief to unfold as you either give your genes to them or pay a huge penalty.
A little-noticed bill moving through Congress would allow companies to require employees to undergo genetic testing or risk paying a penalty of thousands of dollars, and would let employers see that genetic and other health information.
Giving employers such power is now prohibited by legislation including the 2008 genetic privacy and nondiscrimination law known as GINA. The new bill gets around that landmark law by stating explicitly that GINA and other protections do not apply when genetic tests are part of a “workplace wellness” program.
The bill was approved by a House committee on Wednesday, with all 22 Republicans supporting it and all 17 Democrats opposed. It has been overshadowed by the debate over the House GOP proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but the genetic testing bill is expected to folded into a second ACA-related measure containing a grab-bag of provisions that do not affect federal spending, as the main bill does.
“What this bill would do is completely take away the protections of existing laws,” said Jennifer Mathis, director of policy and legal advocacy at the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law, a civil rights group. In particular, privacy and other protections for genetic and health information in GINA and the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act “would be pretty much eviscerated,” she said.
Employers say they need the changes because those two landmark laws are “not aligned in a consistent manner” with laws about workplace wellness programs, as an employer group said in congressional testimony last week.
Employers got virtually everything they wanted for their workplace wellness programs during the Obama administration. The ACA allowed them to charge employees 50 percent more for health insurance if they declined to participate in the “voluntary” programs, which typically include cholesterol and other screenings; health questionnaires that ask about personal habits including plans to get pregnant; and sometimes weight loss and smoking cessation classes.
And in rules that Obama’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued last year, a workplace wellness program counts as “voluntary” even if workers have to pay thousands of dollars more in premiums and deductibles if they don’t participate.
Despite those wins, the business community chafed at what it saw as the last obstacles to unfettered implementation of wellness programs: the genetic information and the disabilities laws. Both measures, according to congressional testimony last week by the American Benefits Council, “put at risk the availability and effectiveness of workplace wellness programs,” depriving employees of benefits like “improved health and productivity.” The Council represents Fortune 500 companies and other large employers that provide employee benefits. It did not immediately respond to questions about how lack of access to genetic information hampers wellness programs.
Rigorous studies by researchers not tied to the $8 billion wellness industry have shown that the programs improve employee health little if at all. An industry group recently concluded that they save so little on medical costs that, on average, the programs lose money. But employers continue to embrace them, partly as a way to shift more health care costs to workers, including by penalizing them financially.
The 2008 genetic law prohibits a group health plan — the kind employers have — from asking, let alone requiring, someone to undergo a genetic test. It also prohibits that specifically for “underwriting purposes,” which is where wellness programs come in. “Underwriting purposes” includes basing insurance deductibles, rebates, rewards, or other financial incentives on completing a health risk assessment or health screenings. In addition, any genetic information can be provided to the employer only in a de-identified, aggregated form, rather than in a way that reveals which individual has which genetic profile.
There is a big exception, however: as long as employers make providing genetic information “voluntary,” they can ask employees for it. Under the House bill, none of the protections for health and genetic information provided by GINA or the disabilities law would apply to workplace wellness programs. As a result, employers could demand that employers undergo genetic testing and health screenings.
Too many dark nightmare scenarios can be imagined as genetic testing is required. Jews own the medical and associated industries. Do you trust them with your DNA?
In 7 minutes take a world tour showing the beauties of the safest countries on earth, complete with capsule descriptions.
The first comments and replies bring up the role of race in creating safe countries.
David Duke Tweeted out this link yesterday. Although the story is from 2012, it seems to offer timeless insights into just who the Jews are.
Here the Jews say it’s fair to call them a race.
In his new book, “Legacy: A Genetic History of the Jewish People,” Harry Ostrer, a medical geneticist and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, claims that Jews are different, and the differences are not just skin deep. Jews exhibit, he writes, a distinctive genetic signature. Considering that the Nazis tried to exterminate Jews based on their supposed racial distinctiveness, such a conclusion might be a cause for concern. But Ostrer sees it as central to Jewish identity.
There are numerous articles documenting that babies are “racist,” including this one at Time.
But along came this story a few days ago. A “white” mother claims her “white” son loves his little black pal. Thus, racism is something that is not natural.
Hmmm. I wonder if mom has an agenda?
It’s a story of schoolyard friendship which, according to the mother of one of the children involved, provides proof that racial discrimination is only taught in later life.
According to a Facebook post that has been shared widely in the US, a five-year-old white boy asked to be given the same haircut as his black friend in the belief their school teacher would not be able to tell them apart.
Jax Rosebush, from Kentucky, asked his mother to shave his hair short so he could look like his friend Reddy Weldon.
“He said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart,” Lydia Rosebush, Jax’s mother said in a post on Facebook.
“He thought it would be so hilarious to confuse his teacher with the same haircut.”
‘…If this isn’t proof that hate and prejudice is something that is taught I don’t know what is. The only difference Jax sees in the two of them is their hair,’ she added.
The post has currently received more than 152,000 likes and has been shared nearly 82,000 times.
Obviously, Jax Rosebush is a Jew and his mother is a bullshitter. Millions of readers worldwide have fallen for this stunt.
Kudos to us for being smart enough to know bullshit when we see it. By the way, check out young Jax’s Jew nose below.
Ashkanazi Jews are not white, but a Turkic people from the Middle East. Jews push memes that would cause the extinction of the white race. This story is another example of Jewish deception.
Also, praying for ALL the world’s wonderful wildlife, whose existence enriches us all.
Here are the 5 most endangered animals.
If any of these sad creatures can be saved from extinction, it will be the work of the European peoples who get the job done.
Today is World Wildlife Day – a day dedicated to saving endangered species.
Conservationists from around the world will come together today to discuss how to make a difference but, importantly, to actually make that change happen.
The United Nations says half of the world’s wildlife was lost in the last 40 years, a trend nature lovers are desperate to reverse.
See 13 more endangered species at the source site for this post, metro.co.uk.
Science has apparently developed a way to create a sketch of how a person looks, if there is a DNA sample from that person.
The technique has allegedly been used successfully to track down the murderer who raped and killed lovely Sunny Sudweeks.
The alleged perp is hiding in Mexico. Hopefully, he can be put behind bars for life. Mexico requires a promise of no death penalty before the country will extradite wanted perps to he U.S.
It has been exactly 20 years since the body of Sunny Adrienne Sudweeks, a 26-year-old photography student, was found on her bed inside her Costa Mesa apartment. She had been raped and strangled.
Sudweeks’ family says the Orange Coast College student’s personality shone as brightly as her name. She was happy, artistic and made friends with ease. For decades, her family and Costa Mesa police detectives had been trying to comprehend who could carry out the brutal killing.
On Thursday, Costa Mesa police identified Felipe Vianney Hernandez Tellez, 43, as a suspect in the case. He is believed to be living in Oaxaca, Mexico, possibly near the resort town of Puerto Escondido with his wife and children. Hernandez Tellez previously worked as a painter and currently delivers rotisserie chickens, police said.
Detectives identified Hernandez Tellez through DNA and face-simulation technology that was able to create a profile of a possible suspect for authorities. The profile, along with fingerprints from the crime scene, helped them link Hernandez Tellez to the crime.
There’s more coverage of this case, including how the DNA was used to construct an image of he killer’s face, at the Daily Mail.