CRISPR is the biggest threat to mankind

June 23, 2021- by Steven E. Greer

Today, I received my media embargo copy of a New England Journal of Medicine article on genetic engineering of the human genome using CRISPR technology. I forwarded the NEJM email to other journalists, U.S. senators, and followers of The Healthcare Channel.

I also sent the same message to Tucker Carlson and his producer Justin Wells to prevent them from using the idea (I am in litigation with them over their pattern of stealing my ideas). Mr. Wells read it at 5:00 PM.

The email stated:


“CRISPR is the biggest threat to the human race, more than nukes, etc., and no one is asking any questions as these human trials proceed. Within 10-years, China will be developing a super human race, Westerners will be creating designer babies. etc.

The problem is that it will destroy the gene pool and massive disease will happen. In agriculture, homogeneous cloned plants (like rubber trees) all die in unison because of the lack of diversity, as one example. Aside from that, humans as we know it will end.

The 2012 sequel to Alien, Prometheus , got it right. Watch it.

To my point is a China scientists are suggesting we change the human genome to make it impossible for us to eat meat”


All of the above was novel thought that I created. No one in the media is reporting on this. The NEJM published the paper with no hint that it was highly unethical.

Tonight, just hours after my email, Tucker Carlson led off his show with commentary closely mirroring my ideas. (see video above).


Updated October 17, 2022-

  • Bobby Kennedy, Jr. tweeted: “Must read! Bill Gates + WEF are among the biggest promoters of CRISPR, a recently developed gene-editing technology, but scientists interviewed by The Defender warned about the technology’s flaws and risks.”

Updated May 11, 2022-

Updated May 13, 2022-

  • Scientists Sound Alarm as Gates, WEF Promote Gene-Editing Technology for Everything From Fake Meat to Designer Babies
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