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"The United States has a long history of experimentation,
on unwitting human subjects, which goes back
beginning of this century. Both private firms and the military
have used unknowing human populations to test
theories. However, the extent to which human experimentation
has been a part of the U.S. Biological Weapons
probably never be known. The following examples are taken
from information declassified in 1977, and
from other private
source accounts. Several involve incidents which are still
of unknown origins and which cannot
be fully explained."
Search the Internet on the word, 'CHEMTRAIL', and
at dozens of websites, find out what is being
in most parts of North America TODAY. Chemtrails are
also being sprayed in most NATO countries. Barium,
and biological ingredients are included in
the spray. Chemtrail spraying has been going on for
several years. Many
people, animals, pets, etc. are
becoming very sick with a variety of symptoms,
especially respiratory conditions.
Eighty-eight members of Congress sign
a letter demanding an investigation into
bioweapons use &
Gulf War Syndrome.
Under pressure from Congress and the public, after
a 60 Minutes segment, the U.S. Department of Defense
finally admits that at least 20,000 U.S. servicemen "may"
have been exposed to chemical weapons during
This exposure came as a result of the destruction of a
weapons bunker. Causes of the similar illnesses of other
who were not in this area, have not yet been
explained, other than as post traumatic stress syndromes.
have released information that many
of the problems may be a result of experimental vaccines
and inoculations which
were provided troops during
the military buildup. [Reportedly, the Bush family
or had shares in the vaccine company]
As the result of a lawsuit by a public interest group, the
Department of Defense was forced to reveal the
it still operated Chemical and Biological Warfare (CBW)
research programs at 127 sites around the United
In ruling on a case in which a former U.S. Army sergeant
attempted to bring a lawsuit against the Army
experimental drugs on him, without his knowledge, the U.S.
Supreme Court determined that allowing such an
against the military would disrupt the chain of command.
Thus, nearly all potential actions against the military
or future, misdeeds have been barred as have actions aimed
at the release of classified documents on the
An outbreak of Dengue fever strikes Managua Nicaragua
shortly after an increase of U.S. aerial reconnaissance
missions. Nearly half of the capital city's population was
stricken with the disease, and several deaths have been
attributed to the outbreak. It was the first such epidemic
in the country and the outbreak was nearly identical to
that which struck Cuba a few years earlier (1981). Dengue
fever variations were the focus of much experimentation
at the Army's Biological Warfare test facility at Ft. Dietrick,
Maryland prior to the 'ban' on such research in 1972.
El Salvadoran trade unionists claimed that epidemics of
many previously unknown diseases had cropped up
immediately after U.S. directed aerial bombings. There is no
hard evidence to support these charges. However,
and types of outbreaks are consistent with the claims.
More than 300,000 Cubans were stricken with dengue
hemorrhagic fever. An investigation by the magazine
Action Information Bulletin', which tracks the workings of
various intelligence agencies around the world,
that this outbreak was the result of a release of mosquitoes
by Cuban counterrevolutionaries. The magazine
activities of one CIA operative from a facility in Panama to the
alleged Cuban connections. During the
last 30 years, Cuba
has been subjected to an enormous number of outbreaks
of human and crop diseases which are difficult
purely natural causes.
Within months of their incarceration in detention centers
in Miami and Puerto Rico, many male Haitian
developed an unusual condition called "gynecomasia".
This is a condition in which males develop full female
breasts. A number of the internees at Ft. Allen in Puerto
Rico claimed that they were forced to undergo a series
injections which they believed to be hormones.
Ray Ravenhott, director of the population program of the
U.S. Agency for International Development (AID),
announced the agency's goal to sterilize one quarter of the
world's women. In reports by the St Louis Post-Dispatch,
Ravenhott in essence cited the reasoning for this being U.S.
corporate interests in avoiding the threat of revolutions
which might be spawned by chronic unemployment.
President Nixon announced a ban on the production and
use of biological (but not chemical) warfare agents.
as the Army's own experts reveal, this ban is meaningless
because the studies required to protect against
warfare weapons are generally indistinguishable from
those for chemical weapons.
On June 9, 1969, Dr. D.M. McArtor, then Deputy Director
of Research and Technology for the Department of
appeared before the House Subcommittee on Appropriations
to request funding for a project to produce a synthetic
agent for which humans have not yet acquired a natural immunity.
Dr. McArtor asked for $10 million dollars
to produce this agent
over the next 5-10 years. The Congressional Record reveals that
according to the plan for the
development of this germ agent,
the most important characteristic of the new disease would be
"that it might be refractory
[resistant] to the immunological and
therapeutic processes upon which we depend to maintain our
relative freedom from
infectious disease". AIDS first appeared
as a public health risk ten years later.
1968 - 1969:
The CIA experimented with the possibility of poisoning
drinking water by injecting a chemical substance
water supply of the Food And Drug Administration in
Washington, D.C.. There were no harmful effects noted
from this experiment. However, none of the human subjects
in the building were ever asked for their permission, nor
was anyone provided with information on the nature
or effects of the chemical used.
The U.S. Army dispensed a bacillus throughout the New York
City subway system. Materials available on the
the Army's justification for the experiment was the fact that
there are many subways in the (former)
Soviet Union, Europe,
and South America. Although there are no harmful effects
known for this release, details of
the experiment are
In a three year study, 70 volunteer prisoners at the Holmesburg
State Prison in Philadelphia were subjected
to tests of dioxin,
the highly toxic chemical contaminant in Agent Orange. Lesions
which the men developed were not
treated and remained for up
to seven months. None of the subjects was informed that they
would later be studied for
the development of cancer. This was
the second such experiment which Dow Chemical undertook
on "volunteers" who did
not receive the information which the
world proclaimed was necessary for "informed consent"
1956 - 1958:
In Savannah, Georgia and Avon Park, Florida, the Army carried
out field tests in which mosquitoes
were released into residential
neighborhoods from both ground level and from aircraft. Many
people were swarmed by
Mosquitoes, and fell ill, some even died.
After each test, U.S. Army personnel posing as public health
and tested the victims. It is theorized
that the mosquitoes were infected with a strain of Yellow Fever.
details of the testing remain classified.
The Tampa Bay area of Florida experienced a sharp rise in
Whooping Cough cases, including 12 deaths, after
a CIA test
where a bacteria withdrawn from the Army's Chemical and
Biological Warfare arsenal was released into the
Details of the test are still classified.
1952 - 1953:
In another series of experiments, the U.S. military released
clouds of "harmless" gases over six
(6) U.S. and Canadian
cities to observe the potential for similar releases under
chemical and germ warfare scenarios.
A follow-up report
by the military noted the occurrence of respiratory problems
in the unwitting civilian populations.
1950 - 1953:
An array of germ warfare weapons were allegedly used against
North Korea. Accounts claim that there
were releases of feathers
infected with anthrax, fleas and mosquitoes dosed with Plague
and Yellow Fever, and rodents
infected with a variety of diseases.
These were precisely the same techniques used in immunity
from prosecution in
exchange for the results of that research.
The Eisenhower administration later pressed Sedition Charges
Americans who published charges of these
activities. However, none of those charged were convicted.
The U.S. Navy sprayed a cloud of bacteria over San Francisco.
The Navy claimed that the bacteria was harmless,
and used only
to track a simulated attack, but many San Francisco residents
became ill with pneumonia-like symptoms,
and one is known
to have died.
In a crash program to develop new drugs to fight Malaria
during World War II, doctors in the Chicago
area infected nearly
400 prisoners with the disease. Although the Chicago inmates
were given general information that
they were helping with the
war effort, they were not provided adequate information in
accordance with the later standards
set by the Nuremberg
War Crimes Tribunal. Nazi doctors on trial at Nuremberg cited
the Chicago studies as precedents
to defend their own
behavior in aiding the German war effort.
The Tuskegee Syphilis Study began. Two hundred (200) poor
black men with syphilis began a long term experiment
those men were to be studied. They were never told of their
illness, and treatment was denied them. As many
as 100 of the
original 200 died as a direct or indirect result of the illness.
The wives and children of the subjects
also suffered as a result
of the disease. (The government office supervising the study
was the predecessor to today's
Centers for Disease
The Puerto Rican Cancer Experiment was undertaken by
Dr. Cornelius Rhoads. Under the auspices of the Rockefeller
Institute for Medical Investigations, Rhoads purposely infected
his subjects with cancer cells. Thirteen of the subjects
When the experiment was uncovered, and in spite of Rhoads'
written opinions that the Puerto Rican population
eradicated, Rhoads went on to establish U.S. Army Biological
Warfare facilities in Maryland, Utah, and Panama.
He later was
named to the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and was at
the heart of the recently revealed radiation experiments
on prisoners, hospital patients, and soldiers.
A doctor in Mississippi produced Pellagra in twelve
white Mississippi inmates in an attempt to discover
a cure for the disease.
A GOOD QUESTION:
What did the USA find to do with the 4,500 Nazi scientists
who were secretly (Operation Paperclip) escorted out of
Germany towards the end of World War Two and taken
to the USA where they were given new homes and
[The present USA president's grandfather,
reportedly, helped finance Hitler's party in the 1930s]
Don't you think it's time we found out?
Don't you think it's time we found out a LOT of things?
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