Human Medical Experimentation
The shocking true history of modern medicine and psychiatry (1833-1965) – Repost of an original article by Dani Veracity, Originally published March 6 2006
…there’s a dark side to western medicine that few want to acknowledge: The horrifying medical experiments performed on impoverished people and their children all in the name of scientific progress. Many of these medical experiments were conducted on people without their knowledge, and most were conducted as part of an effort to seek profits from newly approved drugs or medical technologies.
Today, the medical experiments continue on the U.S. population and its children.
Gulf War Vaccines: Repost of an article from The Douglass Report, March 2008, discussing Gulf War Syndrome and an unethical, untested vaccine that every US soldier is required to receive by injection. A substance that was NEVER CLINICALLY TESTED—and every single soldier is required to have it jabbed into his arm…Even troops that were never deployed overseas have developed GWS. Yes, the common enemy—both of the soldiers on the war front and on the home front—was from our own government: again, the mandatory anthrax vaccine. …there’s a growing rebellion among the troops— even in the officer ranks—against this unethical abuse of power.
Contaminated Nation: Inhuman Radiation Experiments
Repost of original article by John LaForge, Counterpunch | Sunday, 21 April 2013
2013 marked the 20th anniversary of the declassification of top secret studies, done over a period of 60 years, in which the US conducted 2,000 radiation experiments on as many as 20,000 vulnerable US citizens.
Germ Warfare Tests on Americans – Repost of the original article by Rachel Blevins, April 28, 2018 – The U.S. Army has admitted that it secretly conducted at least 239 germ warfare tests in locations across the country, targeting unsuspecting Americans.
A History of Secret Human Experimentations – This post is compiled from two different sources and lists secret human medical experiments by the US government / US military…a long list that starts in 1931.