posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 11:03 PM
Okay, I'll play
1-the victims of the tuskagee experiment were volunteers, just so you know.
the real issue is INFORMED CONSENT how well informed are these future, if not already, lab rats of anything other than what they're being paid?
That is why clinical trials are held in the first place. The patients are given paperwork to read and sign that states that there may be risks to
their long term health etc etc. Most medicinces never make it past the clinical trial stage because they are either ineffective in the real world i.e
AIDS vaccinations have failed countless times because the virus keeps mutating or they have unexpected negative consequences as in the Tuskagee
2- the only climate change going on is of solar origin and geo-engineering and weather war activities
don't drink the AGW koolaid it makes your opinions less credible.
The scientific community debate is now moving away from whether climate change is happening to what is causing it....... To deny that climate change
is happening is sticking your head in the sand because it is more convenient than having to admit that you (as we all are) guilty of being part of the
problem and therefore having to do something about it.
The overwhelming majority of scientists (now over 90%) are pointing the finger at human activity being one of the major factors.
Here, check the EPA website....
3-of course there's going to be a cholera outbreak in the Philippines, "brought to you by..."
UN workers given a booster vaccine, and shedding live virus in their poop + current unhygienic conditions just like happened in Haiti, in the How the
West was Won days it was gift blankets infected with smallpox.
do you truly believe such things are accidental?
Well, even if your out there theory about Haiti is correct, there is still the teeny weeny problem of the fact that the people were on to the UN and
it's workers straight away.
The official version of the story reads a little more like this
The suspected source for the epidemic was the Artibonite River, from which most of the affected people had drunk water. Suspicion among Haitians
centered on a UN military base on a tributary of that river home to peacekeepers from Nepal. On October 26, MINUSTAH officials issued a press
statement denying the possibility that the base could have caused the epidemic, citing stringent sanitation standards. The next day, October 27,
reporter Jonathan M. Katz of the Associated Press visited the base and found gross inconsistencies between the statement and the base's actual
conditions. Katz also happened upon UN military police taking samples of ground water to test for cholera, despite UN assertions that it was not
concerned about a possible link between its soldiers and the disease. Neighbors told the reporter that waste from the base often spilled into the
river. Later that day, a crew from Al Jazeera English including reporter Sebastian Walker filmed the soldiers trying to excavate a leaking pipe;
the video was posted online the next day and, citing AP's report, drew increased awareness to the base. MINUSTAH spokesmen later contended that
the samples taken from the base proved negative for cholera. However, an AP investigation showed that the tests were improperly done at a laboratory
in the Dominican Republic with no experience testing for cholera.
So, yes the UN was responsible, but they look more like they were caught with their pants down trying to find out if they had indeed caused while
trying to deny it - otherwise why would they have been testing the water themselves? Would they not have just thought 'good, job well done, we've
got the disease out there, now let's deny it until the cows come home'?