posted on Sep, 5 2010 @ 10:02 AM
Was hoping to see a few more posts in this thread. guess I should try and keep it alive.
One of the things I've noticed when bringing up this issue is that many people are too prone to assuming this is all rather "historical".
For example, if I mention something that happened in the 1930's, it seems that the typical knee-jerk reaction is, "Yeah, that was a long time
ago...things like that don't happen today, thankfully!"
Perhaps I'm wrong, but it would be interesting to know how many click on this thread, with thoughts like that in mind, even after reading the whole
Folks, "inhumane cover-ups", terrible experiments, brutal high-level policies, are taking lives RIGHT NOW.
1994: Senator J.D. Rockefeller issues his report officially revealing that for at least the previous five decades, the Department of Defense used
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of military personnel in numerous human experiments, intentionally exposing them to dangerous substances.
Poison gases, various types of radiation, drugs, hallucinogens, biological agents, chemicals...
THAT SAME YEAR, Dr. Garth Nicolson at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX, made a startling discovery after examining veterans returning from
Desert Storm. Using a new technique called "gene tracking", he was finding that many of these soldiers had been infected with a strain of
mycoplasma incognitus, commonly used in bio-weapons, and yet the strain had been "altered". Incorporated into it's molecular structure was
approximately 40% of the infamous HIV protein coat, indicating that it had been man-made.
Lest anyone jump to the conclusion that it had to be the "enemy", the fact is that virtually all real advanced military bio-tech takes place in only
two places. In the US, and Israel.
Of course, the evidence was mounting, and plausible deniability was wearing pretty thin. As many may remember, two years later, in 1996, the Dept of
Defense historically admitted that Desert Storm soldiers were in fact exposed to chemical agents.
Certainly, many old Vietnam vets felt somewhat vindicated, after decades of debating Agent Orange, which many were exposed to in Vietnam.
But, by 1996, many vets were already dead. More lived out their years broken, many on the streets, mentally and physically thrashed. And plenty are
still alive today, but few care that these were victims from this previous era, where most were DRAFTED. No, most of these victims did not
I think this adds yet another dimension of culpability, the fact that they did not ask to be Guinea Pigs. At least today, in the "all volunteer"
forces, they're asked to sign away all their rights. Perhaps those foolish enough to do it, get what they deserve. Although even here, they're
largely picking on kids, who psychiatrists tell us are not capable of full judgment until the age of 25!
Folks, this horrible "system"...It hasn't changed!
This is NOW. These are our children, our brothers and sisters, our husbands or wives.
The only thing I would say has changed is likely that whatever they're up to at the moment, is likely to be even WORSE. No, we may not learn of what
it is for another decade, but rest assured, a leopard does not change it's spots. The criminals who thought it was OK to experiment on humans last
year, are the same today, they have little regard for human life, human suffering.
Well, I hope this thread doesn't die prematurely. LOTS of "inhumane cover-ups" to go!