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...s that would cause human evolution to occur. Another reason that an engineered virus could cause human evolution would be because different drugs and experiments are approved everyday by the FDA, so what’s to stop them from approving the wrong drug. For example According to Fassa, “Greed, fraud, and corruption within Big Pharma and the FDA are the constructs of deception, with the mantle of authority leading to over 100,000 American deaths each year from correctly prescribed FDA approved pharmaceutical drugs. The current information being presented would make it easy to believe that a drug or virus which was approved by the FDA, could infect and kill millions of people in the world if they wasn’t careful. The directors are extremely accurate in using an engineered virus to depict an apocalypse because it is something that could happen if steps aren’t taking properly.
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