Why Your Insurance Company Will Force You To Take Gene Therapy

Cholesterol-lowering success in monkeys using CRISPR gene therapy has scientists hot to trot for human trials

You may not realize it yet, but if you think the phony war over cholesterol ON YOUR PLATE was bad, wait until you see what’s coming. The war over cholesterol production IN YOUR GENES is about to ignite.

Yes. YOU are going to be FORCED by your medical insurance to get GENE THERAPY, because they won’t want to pay for statins or stents.

Nobody has told you about this stuff, just like nobody told you that human fertility was going to take a hit from a phony Chinese pandemic with a gonad-seeking mRNA vaccine, containing a fertility-decreasing spike protein, and possibly some kind of tracking mechanism, although we’re not 100% certain on the last and least damaging of those three – at least not yet.

I CAN tell you that magnets DO NOT stick to COVID swab sites (AS IF!). What I cannot tell you is that you or your children will definitely be able to have children, if you got an mRNA vaccine for COVID-19.

But all THAT is another story. Back to cholesterol.

Cholesterol gold foil artwork available on Etsy: www.etsy.com

Cholesterol has a beautiful structure, if you have an appreciation for that sort of thing. It’s not just a FAT – it’s a STEROID. It’s a big blob of molecular wood putty that can be used for all kinds of things. The structure is remarkably similar to some of the most potent hormones in our bodies.

Yeah, sometimes there is a lot of SCRAP cholesterol laying around. But look at wood prices now, and realize that – yeah – cholesterol is part of HEALTH and BUILDING STRONG BODIES.

Let’s not get into how phony the whole demonization of cholesterol is. THAT is another story. But let me tell you – if there was ever an “unjustified fat shaming”, it was the WAR ON CHOLESTEROL.

The point is, we all know how many of us were forced onto a class of drugs called statins to lower our cholesterol levels. These drugs have a variety of serious side effects, including memory loss and dementia.

And yet doctors went along with the MANDATORY nature of doing something about cholesterol. Am I not right? Of course I’m right, and you know it. Your doctor was TRAINED to be all “mandatory” about fixing your cholesterol.

Well, there is going to be something that will eliminate the need for statins.


Brought to you by globalists, the Bidenistas, the Bidenazis, and the Phony Plannedemic.

Trust me, they KNEW THIS WAS COMING when they released the virus.

They KNEW they would use the “gene therapy” vaccines for the phony villain pandemic.

They KNEW they would go after cholesterol FIRST, because they had already set it all up.

They KNEW all this all along.

And now let me prove it to you.

There is an amazing article – excellent reporting – that you need to read. I’m only going to give you PART of it, so that you go see the rest. Or just go there now.

LINK: https://cen.acs.org/pharmaceuticals/gene-therapy/One-time-CRISPR-hit-lowers-cholesterol-monkeys/99/i19

Here is the first part, if you want to stay here and be tempted.

MORE: https://cen.acs.org/pharmaceuticals/gene-therapy/One-time-CRISPR-hit-lowers-cholesterol-monkeys/99/i19

NOW – if you want to see whether ANYBODY thinks this might be a bad idea, you have to actually go to the end of the article. But you will also see that there are some of these people who are RARIN’ TO GO on gene therapy in humans.

The therapy’s efficacy in monkeys shows it is ready to be deployed in people, Urnov says. “At this point, only clinical data will tell us what the real promise of this approach is.”

Oh yeah? Not all agree!

Permanently disabling it with CRISPR may therefore have unforeseen effects, he says. “When you do the CRISPR, you’re stuck,” he says. “What’s the antidote?”

Bigger still, is this problem.

THE SAME HORRIFYING ISSUE that was just found with the mRNA vaccines, and I just discussed in the previous post, is mentioned by a critic of the technology in the C&EN article.

So again, I urge you to read the full article, to understand how CLOSE we are to mandated gene therapy.


“Chocolate is Mandatory!”


Cholesterol Gold Foil Artwork:


C&EN article on gene therapy success with monkeys and cholesterol:


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What new hellish torment is this?

So are insurance companies going to assume the liability of any harmful side effects…if they force us to get this gene therapy?


Cholesterol is not a communicable disease that threatens the entire population.

So, the argument is not there for this like it is with vaccines.

Let’s hope it’s not something that the govt will get involved in.

Gail Combs


The reason for Obamacare is to TAKE CONTROL of your medical decisions (and your dietary decisions.) They want to micro manage you down to what air, you breath, food you eat and what you thing.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

That argument isn’t there, but the argument that “society pays” through higher insurance costs, is.

This is what we gave up when we accepted “health insurance” as a perk from our employers.

Gail Combs

Actually when we let them MANDATE seat belts and helmets back in the 1970s

Notice how a lot of this goes back to the 1970s?

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SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

The same argument was used back then. Society will pay for it if you splash your brains on the pavement.

The *basis* for that statement is what I’m talking about–the presumption that someone else (your employer via your insurance that he is paying for, or the government) will pay your medical bills.

THAT is the issue, not something they did in the 1970s.

Deplorable Patriot

And now we have people in seat belts, feeling secure, weaving in and out of traffic at 85+ MPH. Saw enough this morning on a field trip to the valley, that I’m glad I don’t live out there and have to drive the highway every day.

Gail Combs

You forgot the texting on their I-phone all the while… SHUDDER!

Deplorable Patriot

With earphones, too.

IMO, that should be illegal.

Gail Combs

Agreed Steve, but they decided THEY could dictate TO AN ADULT what they had to do despite the fact it did not endanger anyone else.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Like I said, “We’re paying the bills” was the rationale.

“Adult” we may be but we gave up responsibility when we did that, thus becoming less adult.


“I don’t see much standing in their way now.”


Just us!

And we’re not going anywhere, and they can’t make us 👍 😁

Cuppa Covfefe

Statins are ototoxic (can cause hearing damage, especially tinnitus), and drastically deplete Co-Q10…

Big Pharma again insuring their “revenue stream”…

May Hell greet and swallow them all.

Unless they turn and repent of their evil.


I would like to say so much but I am not a doctor and manage my own health. The more I dive into things the more I learn we have been brainwashed for years. Moderation is still the golden words my grandmothers spoke off.

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I effing hate statins. They put my mom on those. Tinnitus was the least side effect.


Fortunately, statins are reasonably cheap ($10 / 90 days). So, if they do get all titchy about mandating them, I can get some every 90 days and flush them down the toilet.


Just say ‘NO!” Wheatie!

Like my old friend Arlo Guthrie says, every Thanksgiving:

“And the only reason I’m singing you this song now is cause you may know somebody in a similar situation, or you may be in a similar situation, and if you’re in a situation like that there’s only one thing you can do, and that’s walk into the insurance agent wherever you are, just walk in and say “Mr. Agent, You can get anything you want, at Alice’s restaurant.”

And walk out. 😎

You know, if one person, just one person does it, they may think he’s really sick and they won’t take him. And if two people, if two people do it, in harmony, they may think they’re both faggots and they won’t take either of them.

And three people do it, three, can you imagine, three people walking in, singin’ a bar of Alice’s Restaurant and walking out… they may think it’s an organization.

And can you, can you imagine fifty people a day, I said fifty people a day walking in, singin’ a bar of Alice’s Restaurant and walking out. And friends they may think it’s a movement.

And that’s what it is, the Alice’s Restaurant Anti-Massacree Movement, and all you got to do to join is sing it, the next time it come’s around on the guitar.

With feeling.

So we’ll wait for it to come around on the guitar here, and sing it when it does. Here it comes.

You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant [excepting Alice!]
You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant
Walk right in it’s around the back, just a half a mile from the railroad track
You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant

That was horrible. 🤣

If you want to end the insanity, you got to sing loud.

I’ve been singing this song now for twenty five minutes. I could sing it for another twenty five minutes. I’m not proud… or tired.

So we’ll wait till it comes around again, and this time with four part harmony and feeling.

We’re just waitin’ for it to come around is what we’re doing.

All right now…

You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant (Excepting Alice)
You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant
(I said) Walk right in it’s around the back, just a half a mile from the railroad track
You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant

Da-da da-da da-da da-dum
At Alice’s Restaurant!

👍 😁

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Once again TY for your work and insight.

Concerned Virginian

Wolf Moon
Thank you so much for this post!
It would appear that everyone will have to get the test for “familial hypercholesterolaemia”, no matter if one’s body fat index is well within normal range.
And of course there’s no antidote for CRISPR.

Cuppa Covfefe

And now we know where all those “23-and-me” gene samples, not to mention all of the COVIDIOT swab samples are going to/for…

By the way, folks only have a week or so to opt out of Amazoon’s invasive “Amazon Sidewalk” network, which links Alexa and all manner of IoT devices together – yours, your neighbors’, their neighbors’, and, and, and. All they while tagging location and other info, as well as conversations, etc.

Supposedly it’s not an invasion of privacy, as Amazoon says “it’s safe”. Right. And then what happens with the information they gather?????


Their lust for total control continues unabated, and, seemingly, unopposed…


Communism on steroids.


Personally I have an eternity to opt out, as I will never have an Alexa or like Amazon gadget.


The only reason I’d have one is to reverse-engineer it and co-opt the pieces.

Gail Combs

Here is a video that shows the “war against FAT” was BUNK!
(And statins are also NFG)

It is SUGAR that is the real villian and NOT FAT!

Prof. Robert Lustig – ‘Sugar, metabolic syndrome, and cancer’


I love that man. More and more doctors coming out of the woodwork and speak up.
The Internet can truly be used for good we just have to search..:)


What we really need is a war against the treasonous political and medical establishment.

That’s the kind of war the entire country could unite behind 👍😁

Deplorable Patriot

No fixing the diet or supplementing with Niacin. Just more shots.

I may have to go off the grid.


Cholesterol levels for most people are very controllable. And cholesterol in the blood is so responsive to dietary changes that it shows up in tests in a couple of weeks.

WE are going to have to take responsibility for our own health and stop relying on doctors!!!!

I can’t repeat it enough; please love yourself enough to get healthy NOW. You are going to have to be all you can be to survive what’s coming.

The supplement CoQ10 can help lower cholesterol. Garlic, Turmeric, Thyme, and many other herbs and spices do too.

Gail Combs

Because I had low blood sugar from my teen years on, My diet was mainly FAT and protein with non starchy veggies. The last time they checked my  cholesterol the doc told me, what ever you are doing keep doing it.

 (Garlic, Turmeric, Thyme and other spices go on most of my food.)


Good for you!

I eat a fairly balanced, but high-meat diet. I mean I eat red meat most days, sometimes twice! I have hypoglycemia, too, so without the meat and fats, I am a BEAR to live with.

But I also eat a lot of fruit, veggies, and garlic. My cholesterol numbers are always excellent.

Gail Combs

I found fats kill my appetite where as sugars leave me very hungry.

Bread/wheat gives me very very bad problems with reflux. So I quit bread completely 20 years ago. I never ate much to begin with. My doctor called it an eatable plate aka trencher. 😆 

A trencher was originally a flat round of (usually stale) bread used as a plate, upon which the food could be placed to eat. At the end of the meal, the trencher could be eaten with sauce, but was more frequently given as alms to the poor. — WIKI


Bread was a staple as kid because there was not much else to eat. Germans love good bread not the mushy stuff we get here.
Moderation is the key not to stuff with bread and not eat bread out.
Most days normally eat one slice a day homemade whole grain , rye , spelt or eincorn.
I am not a corn person or bake potato or cornbread person. Noodles I can leave did not grow up with it pizza can be disgusting. Never knew what it was until I moved to US.
I think it is easier for me because I did not grew up with lots of food stuff than most people.
Right now I am doing intermittent fasting so no bread seems easy for me.

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Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. Over here, just about every town has (or had) their own bread, wurst, beer, and potato or kraut salad.

Hmmm. Sounds like a meal!

Prosit 🙂 (oder Mahlzeit!)…

Of course veggies, too. We’re supposed to have a cool summer (despite what the YSM/MCM say), so I suppose fruit and veggies will be a few “Teuro” more than usual…

And some of the bread here – you could hurt someone if you threw a slice or a brotchen at them 😀


When I bake bread mine is rye hard crust. One eats one slice and is full. Since I mill my own I can control how fine I mill.

Gail Combs


I loved the bread over in Germany. The crap here in the USA I could take or leave… mostly I leave it.

Actually the last time I ate out I got a philly steak sandwich with mushrooms, onions, peppers & cheese. I ate everything but the bread aka trencher!


Good NY deli comes close. Miss it in the Midwest.
I bake typical German bread when I bake. One can only eat one slice because it is filling.
American bread does not fill and no wonder people overeat bread.


I used to run my bread machine about once a week and mill my own grain blends.

Having too much ultrafine flour is also an issue — the bigger the grain, the more time it takes to digest, the less it is a fast carb.


Yes so true. We avoid fine milled flour.

Brave and Free

I know full well the side effects of statins. I went down that road when my yearly physical showed my cholesterol levels close to the then “danger” level. Long story short. Took the statins like a good patient. A few weeks later I can’t remember things, I am sore all over with terrible back pain. I literally had to roll out of bed to get up. Called the Dr. and they reduce the amount, try again with same results. Nothing changes and I am getting worse. Did my research and low and behold I’ve all the bad reactions that go with statins! Well I was done with them without even calling the Dr.
When I called them the second time I spoke with the NP, and she’s like I’ll let the Dr. know and call you back. Well she called back and tells me to Stop taking the statins immediately. Yeah I already did!!
Sad thing is I talk to other people who are on them and most have some of the side effects, so they just end up getting another Rx. for pain…….. or another so they can sleep. Their on the Rx. merry go round and they don’t see it. Just good little sheep following the Dr.’s orders. So it’s really easy to see why they all jumped on the Clovid bandwagon and all the BS with mask, and now the Stab.
Thanks Wolf for bringing this up because there’s a tremendous amount of misinformation about cholesterol out there.

Concerned Virginian

That sounds like the perfect term for the gene-altering experimental injection — the Stab.


Its all part of wanting to put the 1930s and 1940s illegal human experimental studies into the legal world and if they cull us in the process, its ok bc they believe in their VERSION of integrity and ethics and morality.


“Why Your Insurance Company Will Force You To Take Gene Therapy”

Not me!… 👍

It’s amazing how this is becoming the answer to almost everything… 😁


Fortunately, “No” is the kind of thing that gets easier and easier with practice!

Some people have a hard time with ‘No!’, but you can start small, like saying ‘No!’ to your dog, or to that squirrel who keeps getting in the bird feeder.

Then work your way up to people, in situations where you’re expected to say ‘No thank you’, except start dropping the ‘thank you’ and just walk away. It may feel a little rude at first, but it’s nothing personal, we’re doing this to save the country. We can be polite again when this is over 😁

Pretty soon, we’ll be saying “No!” to everybody about all kinds of things… it’s empowering… 😂 🤣 😂

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On top of everything else, the brain is approximately 60% fat, much of it cholesterol. What happens when you get a genetic modification that shuts down maintenance of your brain?


“What happens when you get a genetic modification that shuts down maintenance of your brain?”


You turn into a pod-person?


I was thinking more like the planet Miranda in Serenity.


I’m a huge Firefly buff and have (I think) the movie and series on DVD.

That said, I’ve never watched them. Didn’t see them when they were broadcast, either.

But isn’t that motif where “The Alliance does something that will bring about paradise; everybody dies or goes mad spreading death and destruction; ‘nobody must ever hear of this'” dynamic seem awfully familiar?

Deplorable Patriot

Hence why so many vegetarians and vegans are squirrelly.


For a longish time, the comments entirely disappeared for me. Couldn’t comment because there were no comments — couldn’t respond to a comment because there were no comments. Other threads were fine. After about a day, this thread dropped theming. I just opened it about 40 minutes ago and I’m pleased to see that it’s back.

Probably just needed a little percussive maintenance.



It’s like the woman who went to the doctor because she sneezed every time she had an orgasm. The notes on her file dryly noted, “idiosyncratic reactions are not unusual.”

Also, I just got rolled a Firefox update, and it starts getting glitchy when there’s a different version on disk than in RAM. Very weird that it would only be that one thread, however.

Brave and Free

Let’s see if this post? Seed oils are the worst.

Last edited 2 years ago by Brave and Free

Here’s an updated thread from John Constas on seed oils (excerpted):

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In my Tuesday doctor visit, they checked the medications I was taking. I’d been prescribed a minimal-dose statin three doctors ago, and reluctantly took it because I was willing to work with that doctor. Then he left public practice (went Corporate — probably knows more about Jeff Zuckerschmuck’s innards than anyone else on the planet [may have gone to Apple or Google or Twitter or elsewhere, but he no longer has a practice]). Next doctor prescribed statins, I decided I’d be better off and ignored them.

So they ask me, “what about the statins?” and I reply with a hearty, “Nope.” And they mark the chart, “no statins” without a word. Then I get my “After Visit Summary” and it says:

Today’s medication changes
STOP taking:
atorvastatin 40 MG tablet (LIPITOR)

They really do seem to be walking on eggshells.

Brave and Free

Absolutely, I am thinking they know were waking up about the scam they’ve been running on a unsuspecting public. Plus the older population who were more willing to follow along and not question their Dr’s. are dying off.

Brave and Free

This is was one of the first places I read about the side effects of statins. When he talked about the memory loss ….. It was wait hold on a minute I HAD THAT HAPPEN TO ME, then also his FEELING OLD. I was going to the gym regularly at this time and felt great, and probably was in the best shape I’d been in since HS. And that was exactly what I was going through. That was a turning point for me in regards to Dr’s and the Rx merry go round they put you on.


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