Involuntary Human Experimentation

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You may wonder what this has to do with cancer.  But there is a connection because the same profession that is supposed to be saving people has also been caught NUMEROUS times in using unwitting people in diabolical experiments and torture.  All in the name of advancing science.  If you just happen to be one of the unfortunate experimental subjects, too bad.

There is an entire laundry list of the punishments that have been meted out by advanced scientists, of which the vast majority of subjects were not fully informed of the subject under study, or were actually forced to participate.  People were given LSD and other psychotropic drugs, exposed to mustard gas and other chemical warfare agents, live vivisection without anesthesia, given STDs, injected with plutonium and uranium, exposed to radioactive fallout, injected with Agent Orange, and so on.

The reason that this is important to cancer research and other medical research is that these same scientists who were doing these dastardly deeds are the same ones who are telling us that chemotherapy and radiation are medicine.  We already know that chemotherapy drugs are some of the most toxic compounds known to man.  So the short version is that chemotherapy is poison.  Radiation is also well known to be very poisonous.

Of particular interest to cancer patients may be the incident involving Dr. Cornelius Rhoads.  He was sponsored by the Rockefeller Institute to conduct cancer experiments in Puerto Rico.  He was infecting Puerto Ricans with cancer cells, killing at least 13 of them.  He was actually reported to have wrote in a note that:

“The Porto Ricans (sic) are the dirtiest, laziest, most degenerate and thievish race of men ever to inhabit this sphere… I have done my best to further the process of extermination by killing off eight and transplanting cancer into several more… All physicians take delight in the abuse and torture of the unfortunate subjects.”

To add insult to injury, he was later elected to be in charge of chemical warfare projects in the US, and also received a seat on the US Atomic Energy Commission.  And to top it off, he subsequently became the vice-president of the American Cancer Society.  Think about that for a while and let it soak into your brain.  This is the institution that we are relying on to find a cure for cancer.  It seems to explain why we haven’t found a cure, and why relatively worthless cancer treatments have become so exorbitantly expensive.

It also makes you understand that there’s virtually nothing these people won’t do.  Don’t think that this couldn’t happen today, or in the future.  Remember that NONE of the scientists who did these unspeakable things received ANY punishment. So the bottom line is that if you are relying on human decency to protect you from this type of behavior, you’d might want to reconsider this assumption.

  1. anonymous

    I don’t know what the worst part is: that there aren’t stronger laws against involuntary human experimentation, that the public doesn’t react with the appropriate outrage, that the experimenters continue with impunity – as if ethics and morals were nothing to them, that experimentation is the work of cowards who mostly pick on vulnerable populations or create situations of vulnerabilty that they then take advantage of, or the fact that they (whoever they are) and the idiots in government that cover up for them can sit there and pretend that they have some positive “value,” receiving their accolades and salaries, when in truth, they are the lowest forms of humanity. May they be properly exposed (and prosecuted for once). That will teach them how society actually sees them. Maybe one big mirror is all they need.

    A victim of involuntary human experimentation.

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