Human cloning is quick to be dismissed as nonsense by some. But it is happening to celebrities, and the issue is becoming more transparent every day.
Human cloning, the creation of a genetically identical copy of a human, has been happening since the end of World War II. Originally created to develop soldiers for military purposes, the secret human cloning program has been occurring in underground military bases all over the world. Experiments (some say torture) involving human clones for non-military purposes have been happening behind closed doors in recent decades. Celebrity clones have been placed in real life settings, right in front of our faces, and most people haven’t noticed.
Cloning is no secret. In 1997, a sheep was successfully cloned from the mammary gland of a living adult sheep. But contrary to popular belief, Dolly was not the first animal cloned. Mice, tadpoles, and fish were experimented with first. Since then, embryologists have publicly admitted to cloning pigs, monkeys, dogs, horses, and even water buffalo and camels. Human cloning has been said to be taboo, but we are learning that it’s only taboo to talk about. It’s currently happening behind closed doors every day, and celebrities are the target.
Sound crazy? On the surface, it sounds like a movie plot. Until recently, you would have difficulty finding a scientist who would acknowledge that human cloning experiments have become routine. However, the number of scientists and embryologists who have stepped up over the last several months and are willing to acknowledge the truth about celebrity human cloning is growing daily.
Elite scientists attempting to keep this program a secret are putting misinformation in the mix of cloning stories released to the media. This is a purposeful propaganda maneuver, carefully designed to distract from the issue of celebrity human cloning.
For example, scientists have released a lot of information to the media about cloning the extinct wooly mammoth, even though it will really be an elephant hybrid, not a wooly mammoth at all.
Another distraction was the claim of reconstructing DNA from dinosaurs and cloning them. We know this is impossible, because dinosaurs never existed. However, these heart-pounding stories of recreating monsters from eras past serve a very real purpose–to distract the public from celebrity human cloning.
Confessions or Tall Tales?
The confessions you may have heard from former scientists, researchers, or even the alleged human clone itself are often dismissed as a maniacal rant from a crazy person. Of course, it sounds crazy. Underground military bases, our government conducting secret experiments, and distracting propaganda maneuvers sound like something straight out of a science fiction movie or Nazi Germany. But it’s not just happening in Germany, it’s happening everywhere.
Two scientists recently gave exclusive interviews to anonymous journalists in undisclosed locations about the things they witnessed in underground celebrity cloning centers. Both of them express fear that they will be eliminated for speaking out, but were insistent that getting the truth out is much more important than their safety and the safety of their families.
A biomedical field engineer who would not share her name revealed some of the things she saw while working at a celebrity cloning center, which she says is located at Dulce Base, New Mexico. “If you’ve ever seen The Matrix, it basically looks like that. People pods everywhere,” she revealed. “It’s not like the movie The Island, not at all. Different layout. McMurdo Station looks more like that. I’ve never been there, but that’s what I have heard.”
She said she was personally involved in the cloning of High-5 and Kreayshawn, two up and coming rap artists. “You can tell they are clones just by looking at them. Look at them, and you’ll see little differences from normal people. Sometimes it’s in the eyes, sometimes it’s the skin. Usually it’s their demeanor that gives it away. There is an oddness that is very unnatural.”
Rapper B.o.B. has recently spoken out about human cloning centers as well as how the earth is really flat. He won’t be talking about it much longer, according to the field engineer. “They have plans for him.” B.o.B. has already tweeted who is to blame if something is to happen to him. But the field engineer did not seem concerned about that.
A former elite embryologist who also would not share his name claims to have been personally involved with the cloning of Nicki Minaj in 2009. “It was a relatively smooth process, as far as cloning goes,” the embryologist remembers. “Nicki was agreeable and understood her compliance was required. Stephanie (Nicki’s clone) was a big deal for us. For everyone. She was highly anticipated, and cost a lot of money.” The embryologist did not share who paid for Stephanie.
Nicki is sometimes an outspoken opponent of human cloning, and other times appears to embrace it. She often posts, and then deletes evidence on Twitter and Instagram that exposes celebrity cloning centers. But she proudly shows off Stephanie without care of repercussion. “Clones are getting more and more brazen because their programmers are making them that way,” the field engineer said. “They want people to get used to it, to become accustomed to it, so it’s not so shocking when it’s finally revealed to the world how many clones are walking on earth today.”