October 30, 2021
The objective is to digitally sequence the DNA of all living things so that it can be owned, patented, manipulated, and used to create synthetic DNA that does not exist in nature.
This scheme ties in with transhumanist agenda and has been openly discussed as far back as 1987 in a UN document titled Our Common Future.
The message here is that biodiversity and sustainable development are not about protecting nature and the environment for its own sake. Rather, this is about providing raw material for the biotechnology industry.
Now in 2021, the Convention for Biological Diversity has evolved into the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework and in its latest meeting this summer their “working group” discussed “genetic resources elements that are created artificially”, “access to and utilization of digital sequence information on genetic resources is useful for research relating to conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, food security, health and other important sectors, including commercial applications resulting in commercial products.”
Perhaps more concerning is the fact that this is all part of a plan to reorganize human society to “bring about a transformation in society’s relationship with biodiversity and to ensure that, by 2050, the shared vision of living in harmony with nature is fulfilled.”