Thursday, March 06, 2008

Taking The Tuskegee Experiment One Step Further

The Tuskegee Experiment was a textbook illustration of what happens when people are used for non consensual human experimentation. In this case, nearly 400 African American men were reported to have contracted syphilis, yet were purposely undiagnosed by physicians in order to study the lasting effects that this pathogen had on the human body. To this day, this ranks as one of the most inhumane acts ever perpetrated by this or any other government.

However, in understanding the insidious ways in which the US Military will create bio weapons and then turn them loose on the public as is the case with AIDS, Lyme Disease and a host of other horrific creations, let's take the Tuskegee Experiment one step further. Just suppose that these men were deliberately infected with the syphilis pathogen and then left to go untreated in order to see what lasting effects syphilis would have on them. Is this a possibility? Given my own experience as someone who was infected with the bio weapon Lyme Disease, it would not surprise me in the least. In fact, I think it's quite possible that many of these men were deliberately infected as part of a government controlled study on syphilis.

Read about the history of this experiment here:
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