The DNA Bill “S.1858” Nobody Noticed… So what’s your Dna Ethnic Origin ?


 

Ayana Is a Amharic Ethiopian Name that means Beautiful Flower/Blossom

Ayana Is a Amharic Ethiopian Name that means Beautiful Flower/Blossom

 

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The Bill Nobody Noticed: National DNA Databank

S.1858, known as The Newborn Screening Saves Lives Act of 2007, is justified as a “national contingency plan” in that it represents preparation for any sort of public health emergency. The bill states that the federal government should “continue to carry out, coordinate, and expand research in newborn screening” and “maintain a central clearinghouse of current information on newborn screening… ensuring that the clearinghouse is available on the Internet and is updated at least quarterly”. Sections of the bill also make it clear that DNA may be used in genetic experiments and tests. Read the full bill: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xp…

Twila Brase, president of the Citizens’ Council on Health Care warns that this new law represents the beginning of nationwide genetic testing. Brase states that S.1858 and H.R. 3825, the House version of the bill, will:

• Establish a national list of genetic conditions for which newborns and children are to be tested.

• Establish protocols for the linking and sharing of genetic test results nationwide.

• Build surveillance systems for tracking the health status and health outcomes of individuals diagnosed at birth with a genetic defect or trait.

• Use the newborn screening program as an opportunity for government agencies to identify, list, and study “secondary conditions” of individuals and their families.

• Subject citizens to genetic research without their knowledge or consent.

Ayana Is a Amharic Ethiopian Name that means Beautiful Flower/Blossom

Read her entire analysis of the implications of this bill here :http://www.cchconline.org/pdf/S_1858_NB…

Brase states that under this bill, ”The DNA taken at birth from every citizen is essentially Owned by the Government”, and “Every Citizen born becomes a potential subject of Government-Sponsored Genetic Research. All 50 states are now routinely providing results of genetic screenings to the Department of Homeland Security and this bill will establish the legality of that practice plus include DNA.

Ron Paul has also vigorously argued against this bill making the following comments before the US House of Representatives:

I cannot support legislation…that exceeds the Constitutional limitations on federal power or in any way threatens the liberty of the American people. I must oppose it.

S. 1858 gives the federal bureaucracy the authority to develop a model newborn screening program. Madame Speaker, the federal government lacks both the constitutional authority and the competence to develop a newborn screening program adequate for a nation as large and diverse as the United States. …”

“Those of us in the medical profession should be particularly concerned about policies allowing government officials and state-favored interests to access our medical records without our consent …

My review of S. 1858 indicates the drafters of the legislation made no effort to ensure these newborn screening programs do not violate the privacy rights of parents and children, in fact, by directing federal bureaucrats to create a contingency plan for newborn screening in the event of a ‘public health’ disaster, this bill may lead to further erosions of medical privacy.

As recent history so eloquently illustrates, politicians are more than willing to take, and people are more than willing to cede, liberty during times of ‘emergency.”

http://www.cchconline.org/pdf/S_1858_NB…

http://infowars.net/articles/may2008/02Ayana Is a Amharic Ethiopian Name that means Beautiful Flower/Blossom

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8 Responses to “The DNA Bill “S.1858” Nobody Noticed… So what’s your Dna Ethnic Origin ?”

  1. Fascinating info!!…

    Some of us are not only sleeping but in a Coma!

    Billy, your daughter Ayanna is Beautiful!

    Its Amazing, she shows a strong the resemblance to the Nubian Boy.

  2. Billy Gambela Says:

    Thanks Tanya!!

    Yes she does favor the Dongolawi Boy from Dongola-Sudan/Nubia

    Yeah… I know we have a long way to go ,

    The technology is here if we would only apply that to our advantage… This is something to Ponder on……

    Here in the Western part of the World… (U.S.A)
    Colored people, Negroes , Mulattoe or So called Blacks call themselves .. “African Americans”(see 14th ammdt) oooooooookaaaayyy..
    Well over in the Eastern part of the World is a “Continent” called ” Africa “ the inhabitants Do Not call themselves African they are labled by the region or country name with-in the continent.. ex… ( Mali* sahara-bambara or malian or Malinka etc..) or Asiatic-Semetic-Saharan… not a African..

    Which raises my next question to so called African-Americans… You African ? … Where do you come from in Africa ? All I am saying in short is… lets take advantage, to put things in their proper prospective.. But I dont know Nuthin’ … so dont listen to me ?

    ብልልይ ። ግምብለ

    • Greetings,

      You have Excellently demonstrated the Fact that there is

      No need for any African to Select a Specific Region or place in Africa

      Due to the fact we are from the Continent. Being of One seed is Proof Enough.

      To be bothered with a Specific Place falls in line with Europe’s practice of Divide and Conquer.

      By the look of my Burnt Skin alone is proof enough, We are children of the sun, whose Origin is Africa.

      • ብልልይ ። ግምብለ (Billy Gambela) Says:

        Hotep ! = ሆተፕ , Shalom ! = ስሃሎም and Greetings ግረእቲንግስ Okpara

        I am perplexed as to your comment about No need to select a Specific Region ?

        This is about Genetic Origins/Nationality and re-connecting with our African-Asiatic Roots..

        You mentioned that You are from the Continent, then may I ask Where From?

        Though Mother Africa is the Birthplace of Humanity and the legendary Burnt Skin

        People in South West Asia and South America also produce Burnt Skin.

        Africa is the second Largest Continent in the World, assigning your self to a

        Specific region is Unleashing the answer that lays in the mtDna that was

        passed down through your Ancestors and Humanity Unchanged, going back as far as

        188,000 years ago.

        With that being said, What is your Nation-ality ?

      • Meshwesh Says:

        You have black-skinned Berber speaking people and you have white-skinned blue-eyed Berber speaking people.
        And these people, although having different skin color have the same Y haplotype, thus they have the same paternal ancestry.
        And they share ancestry with Ethiopians, Yemenis, Somalians and Arab speaking people of North Africa, but also Greeks, Albanians and some of Jewish people in Europe.

        The descendents of these African ancestors are found all around the Mediterranean sea and in the Horn of Africa, they have different colors of skin and different cultures and religions.
        Skin color is Not a good indicator to classify the ethnicity of a person, but culture and genetics are enough to do it.

        What is your Genetic Ancestry Okpara?

        What is your Cultural Ancestry?

  3. Shez the Algerian Mozabite Says:

    Peace, Hotep, Shalom & ISLAM brother.…..We have a very long way to go and on that way are many obstacles. Ignorance being the biggest one.

    Do you realize that even in the 21st Century people are still saying technology is the Devil?
    There goes using “Technology” to our advantage.

    Aside from that, these amendments and laws mean nothing to them. They are not willing to learn anything about it. I mean, noone has to “study” it or spend the rest of their life learning every aspect of it, but just overstand what’s going on and find the remedy in the situation to try to liberate yourself and your decendents at least.

    When you ask, “What part of Africa do you come from”?, people have that deer caught in the headlights look upon their face.
    The ironic thing is that people wont be curious to go find out. Therefore, they’re claiming something or someplace they know nothing about (except for what’s put on the idiot box (TV)) and don’t care to know or find out. SAD SAD SAD

  4. Meshwesh Says:

    Salam, Shalom, Azul!

    Bileh I find your blog fascinating.

    I mean you did a very good job to explain population genetics to the people who try to understand better their roots, nice work indeed!
    This being said, I do agree that people are terribly ignorant and believe all kinds of rubbish about ancient Egypt or other African and Mediterranean civilizations.

    This is especially true of some of the so-called “African Americans” which do believe that being of African ancestry is enough to identify themselves with the Ancient Egyptians and lay a claim to some supposed “racial superiority“.
    I always ask these people: “What about your Y haplotype and your mtDNA?” and then tell them:
    “It costs only about $200 to learn what ancestry you are from your father and mother side (although being male I find mtDNA less significant) and then you’ll know for sure if your ancestors had anything to do with the Egyptians of the Dynastic times”.

    But these people don’t really want to know, they want to presume and indulge in illusions.
    Keep doing the good work to dispel their erroneous way of looking at history and genetics.

    Sincere thanks Bileh, from an Amazigh brother of yours.

    • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

      Azul, Salam, Shalom!

      Welcome my brother and thanks for your insight on this topic. My goal is to have the future generations see the broader perspective and diversity of our people, which can not be confined to one particular region, group, language or individual..

      To know who you are, means to know where you come from. Having black skin and kinky hair, also does not assign every so called African American, Black, Negro to West Africa, the T.A. Slave Trade or Africa..

      Thanks again…

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