The Jews know that the last so-called survivors of the so-called Holocaust will die off within the next 25 years, but hopefully with the help of some new ‘science’ they can convince the goyim that their “trauma” is genetically handed down to their descendants:
In mid-October, researchers in California published a study of Civil War prisoners that came to a remarkable conclusion. Male children of abused war prisoners were about 10 percent more likely to die than their peers were in any given year after middle age, the study reported.
The findings, the authors concluded, supported an “epigenetic explanation.” The idea is that trauma can leave a chemical mark on a person’s genes, which then is passed down to subsequent generations. The mark doesn’t directly damage the gene; there’s no mutation. Instead it alters the mechanism by which the gene is converted into functioning proteins, or expressed. The alteration isn’t genetic. It’s epigenetic.
The field of epigenetics gained momentum about a decade ago, when scientists reported that children who were exposed in the womb to the Dutch Hunger Winter, a period of famine toward the end of World War II, carried a particular chemical mark, or epigenetic signature, on one of their genes. The researchers later linked that finding to differences in the children’s health later in life, including higher-than-average body mass.
The excitement since then has only intensified, generating more studies — of the descendants of Holocaust survivors, of victims of poverty — that hint at the heritability of trauma. If these studies hold up, they would suggest that we inherit some trace of our parents’ and even grandparents’ experience, particularly their suffering, which in turn modifies our own day-to-day health — and perhaps our children’s, too.
But behind the scenes, the work has touched off a bitter dispute among researchers that could stunt the enterprise in its infancy. Critics contend that the biology implied by such studies simply is not plausible. Epigenetics researchers counter that their evidence is solid, even if the biology is not worked out.
“These are, in fact, extraordinary claims, and they are being advanced on less than ordinary evidence,” said Kevin Mitchell, an associate professor of genetics and neurology at Trinity College, Dublin. “This is a malady in modern science: the more extraordinary and sensational and apparently revolutionary the claim, the lower the bar for the evidence on which it is based, when the opposite should be true.”
Investigators in the field say the critique is premature: the science is still young and feeling its way forward. Studies in mice, in particular, have been offered as evidence of such trauma-transmission, and as a model for studying the mechanisms. “The effects we’ve found have been small but remarkably consistent, and significant,” said Moshe Szyf, a professor of pharmacology at McGill University. “This is the way science works. It’s imperfect at first and gets stronger the more research you do.”
When it comes to the Holocaust, the Jews have never gotten too concerned about facts; after all, it’s all about how they feel, and if they feel that they deserve to continue to receive reparations from Germany — and eventually the entire White race — then they are not going to worry about how “scientific” these studies actually are. You know when one of the head researchers in this field of inherited trauma is named Moshe Szyf, it’s got to be legitimate. And to prove to the goyim just how legit it is, they will soon announce that Moshe Szyf is being nominated for a Nobel Prize.
The Holocaust Industrial Complex is slowly grinding to an end, as they medi-vac these octogenarians around the country to visit young, impressionable school children and tell them all about their “trauma” and how bad they felt in WWII for having to wear a star on their coats. Jewish computer programmers have even developed 3D holograms of Holocaust survivors to ensure their immortality and their ability to hopefully brainwash the goyim for generations to come. The burning question remains: can these 3D hologram survivors also demand reparations? And if so, how much?