There’s a simple way to check your DNA and see if its making the final eugenic cut.
In fact, there’s an app for that. One created by no other than Jew eugenicist himself, Mr. Bill Gates.
During production, Microsoft included in its WORD program app ‘spell check‘ an embedded eugenic code that filters out the names of people NOT making the final eugenic cut.
The app works simply enough for whom anyone, even children, can aptly apply to check their chromosomal status.
All that’s required is typing your surname into WORD to see if its underlined by a red squiggly line or not, underscoring the surnames of those NOT making the final eugenic cut.
That’s it, you’re done!
Of course, it’s not 100% accurate and won’t work with such popular surnames as Johnson, Anderson, Smith, Williams and Jones, etc…
But, older editions of the software will prove more precise.
Apparently, too many elite are told that they’re making the final eugenic cut – but won’t actually be around after the 95% population reduction plan, if the true elite have it their way.
By proxy, these surnames purposely were left out of earlier editions of WORD, causing the red squiggly line to appear when typed in. This is why older editions will prove more accurate – released prior the upgrade before the left-out elite complained for an accurate updated version.
Go ahead, if you dare, and type your surname in to check your fate. It’s a fun and simple way to see what side of the railroads tracks you’re on… call grandma, let her know.
Along with these three “elite” Jews here:
A Man for All Seasons