Monday, July 30, 2012


The U.S. military used sailors as human guinea pigs to find out what effects various poison and carcinogenic gasses would have on their human/pig bodies, and yet, the records are 'sketchy'. How was this atrocity discovered? According to the report:
"The Pentagon started releasing the previously classified information about Prthat they've been caught) the military is "committed to help any veteran who took part in these tests". The act of 'taking part' would consist of a mutual agreement between two parties. The language suggests that the human guinea pigs voluntarily 'participated' in a dangerous and even deadly (to themselves) experiment.

Yes, of course they will 'help' those who took part... the same way they helped the victims of Agent Orange in Vietnam; and the way they are taking care of the Gulf War vets suffering from the mysterious Gulf War Illness (those still alive); and the way they took care of the World War I veterans who went to Washington, D.C. to claim the 'war bonus' promised and never given. Newer, younger military troops were brought in, under General Douglas MaCarthur, and they began firing away at the pesky old soldiers. Just following orders.
My brother was in the Navy in the early to mid 1960's. A great deal of his time was on a ship. . . sometimes for weeks at a time. I thought it odd when his hair began thinning so quickly and at such a young age, from a family of men with no pattern of baldness. In a very short period of time, from a thick, healthy head of hair he went totally bald, save a narrow strip just below the top of his ears. When he was on leave one time and understandably fretting over the hair loss, I remember suggesting that possibly his hat was too tight.
Maybe there's a connection there and maybe not. In his forties, my brother developed a malignant melanoma (first ever in a family with little history of cancer). He was successfully treated by an alternative health clinic in California, free of the cancer for nearly seven years. It reared it's ugly head again and took him quickly, from the lung to the liver to physical death.     
We should not assume that the admitted experimenting (article below) on a particular ship full of men means there weren't other ships and other experiments on more men. In fact, there's much more to tell, and most we'll never discover.
-- Jackie --

November 3, 2002 oject Shad after being pushed by a Democrat congressman from California, Mike Thompson. More than 600 ex-servicemen have now been contacted by the government, out of about 4,300 believed to have been involved."