The purpose of Jewish circumcision, including the Metzitza b’Peh is to transmit HSV-1, retroviruses (e.g. HIV) and the CCR5 32-basepair deletion mutation from the mohel to the baby
- by non-negotiable performance on the eighth day while the baby is in a state of “immunological tolerance”
- by the non-negotiable selection of the mohel by the Chief Rabbinate in Israel. In Germany, mohelim are now exempt from liability and official checks of their health and qualifications
- by having the mohel introduce herpes simplex virus 1, EIAV/HIV and T-lymphocytes/monocytes with CCR5 32bp deletion into the baby’s open penile veins and Cowper’s glands by mouth-penis-wound-sucking
- through the non-negotiable ban on anesthesia. The resulting pain and panic release adrenalin that increases the heart’s suctional activity
- with alcohol in the mohel’s mouth and on the penis wound, which converts the mohel’s lymphocytes into spermatids in the boy’s testicular tissue and enhances the infectiosity of retroviruses
- by administering sugar, which triggers the release of insulin; insulin opens cell membranes, thus facilitating the reproduction of herpes viruses inside the cells
- by performing the circumcision with a flint knife („izmel”), which unlike iron does not have an antibiotic effect and even prolongs bleeding.
Jewish people are in part more than ten times more likely to develop breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, ovarian cancer, pancreatic cancer, and affected by more than 160 exotic forms of dysregulation and “hereditary disease” than Non-Jewish persons; they are also a hundred times more likely to lack the CCR5 gene 32-basepair.
The homozygous removal of CCR5 32bp can protect those affected from plague, smallpox, tuberculosis, syphilis, and immunodeficiency (e.g. AIDS). It has had this effect for 4,000 years and is the reason why Jewish ritual circumcision is still performed today.