Saturday, December 18, 2010
Chinese Interest in Good Genes
The Reykjavic Post thinks that Chinese authorities are spying on companies involved in genealogy and medical research in Iceland. They use human intelligence and technical equipment, such as bugging telephone lines and breaking into databases on the internet.“What disturbs me a little is that a more than vivid imagination is needed to think that genealogy research in Iceland is being spied on if there is nothing behind it,” Stefánsson said.
It is possible that the Chinese suspect that there is a Western eugenics program operating in isolated Iceland (see ill.). Maybe they have one or want to have one operating in a remote area of China.