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" Nazi criminals " and philanthropic Americans

Postby sans concession » 1 decade 3 years ago (Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:29 am)

In the Nuremberg judgement, the Germans were found guilty
of having subjected detainees in the concentration camps to
" cruel experiments ".

" The inmates were subjected to [...] high altitude experiments
in pressure chambers, experiments to determine how long
human beings could survive in freezing water, experiments
with poison bullets, experiments with contagious diseases,
and experiments dealing with sterilisation of men and women
by X-rays and other methods " [IMT, vol. I, p.262].

However, on march 25, 1993, the French weekly VSD informed
its readers that during the Second World War the Pentagon
had exposed :

" Between 8,000 and 10,000 American soldiers aged 17and 18
to mustard gas in order to test the efficiency of protective
clothing and masks "(p.49). " Those who refused [to submit to]
the experiment were threatened with forty-year prison terms
and [charges of] high treason if they talked "(id).

There followed a flood of similar revelations :

On December 29, 1993, it was announced in the French press
that, in the 1950s, a great number of experiments had been done
on human guinea pigs.
For example :

- mentally handicaped adolescents had been served radioactive

- 751 pregnant women in Tennessee had, without their knowledge,
received pills giving them a dose of radioactivity thirty times greater
than the average...

Worse was still to come ; in the 60s, these experiments continued :

- hospital patients received small doses of plutonium for its progress
through the organism to be tracked. For the most part they were
gravely ill and already doomed to die ; but not all could be placed
in that category. So it was that a workman with a leg injury received
a dose of plutonium 239. Three days later, his leg was cut off and
taken away for research.

- In 1963, 131 Oregon and Washington prison inmates received
strong doses of X-rays to the testicles for observation of the effects
on spermatogenesis. The Oregon inmates were later vasectomised.

For all the foregoing, see La Haute-Marne Libérée, December 29, 1993,
article entitled " Tests nucléaires sur des humains : les USA aussi "
( Nuclear tests on humans : the USA too ") and Sciences et Vie
n° 917, February 1994, pp. 53 sq : " Le scandale des cobayes humains "
( " The scandal of the human guinea pigs ").

Conclusion on this subject of experiments with human guinea pigs :

1°) If these are carried out by " Nazis ", they are " pseudo-scientific
experiments proving Nazi sadism and contempt for man ".
They must be recalled incessantly so that the general public
will always revile " Nazism ".

2°) If they are carried out by the American researchers : conven-
tional scientific procedures whose objective is to advance
medical science. Therefore, not in the least reprehensible,
although it's better to conceal their existence from the general

For more information on this type of reestablishment of historical
truth :

BP 256

Sorry for my bad English, Andrew GOLISZEK has written a book
about it which was called in France " Au nom de la science "
( In the name of the science ).
The winners of W.W II do exactly the same experiments
that they prevent the German to do.
I'm very surprised about it.

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Postby FrankG589 » 1 decade 3 years ago (Wed Apr 02, 2008 6:59 pm)

Not surprised myself. There's been several true stories of America (for example) experimenting on humans.

[shaking head...go figure :roll: ] Look who is judging, the experimenters judge that's who.
What was that ? ? ?

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