Unethical human experiments may seem like something out of a Hollywood movie…but in fact, as the Bible says…they are nothing new under the sun, especially in the United States.
Here in this June 25, 1945 picture, we have Army doctors exposing patients to malaria-carrying mosquitoes in the malaria ward at Stateville Penitentiary in Crest Hill, Ill.
Then we have the Tuskegee Experiment, where in 1932, the CDC and United States Public Health Service started an experiment to find out the effects of untreated Syphilis with poor, African American sharecroppers in Macon County, GA.
This experiment was done unbeknownst to the men it was done on. Many men died, and wives and children were infected. This went on for decades until a brave reporter ousted the American Nazis. To learn more about the Tuskegee Experiment, click here.
There are many more, but the last one that I want to bring to your attention today is MK Ultra. Everyone needs to research this.
Well…I will let you read and if you feel so convicted…go down the rabbit hole for yourself and draw your own conclusions.
Truth is right there for you my friends…and in the age of information, ignorance is a choice.
During the Cold War, the CIA started researching ways they could turn Americans into CIA-controlled “superagents,” – people who could carry out assassinations and who wouldn’t be affected by enemy interrogations. Under what was known as the MK-ULTRA project, CIA researchers experimented on unsuspecting American (and Canadian) citizens by slipping them psychedelic drugs, including LSD, PCP and barbiturates, as well as additional — and additionally illegal — methods such as hypnosis, and, possibly, chemical, biological, and radiological agents. Universities participated, mostly as a delivery system, also WITHOUT THEIR KNOWLEDGE. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates 7,000 soldiers were also involved in the research, without their consent.
The project endured for more than 20 years, during which the agency spent about $20 million. There was one death tied to the project, although more were suspected; tin 1973 the CIA destroyed what records were kept.
To read more about MK Ultra, click here.
The truth truly is stranger than fiction.