In 1995 U.S. President Bill Clinton apologized for previous administrations subjecting people to radiation often without their consent:

Thousands of government-sponsored experiments did take place at hospitals, universities, and military bases around our nation. The goal was to understand the effects of radiation exposure on the human body.

While most of the tests were ethical by any standards, some were unethical, not only by today’s standards, but by the standards of the time in which they were conducted. They failed both the test of our national values and the test of humanity.

In one experience, scientists – experiment – scientists injected plutonium into 18 patients without their knowledge. In another, doctors exposed indigent cancer patients to excessive doses of radiation, a treatment from which it is virtually impossible that they could ever benefit.

The report also demonstrates that these and other experiments were carried out on precisely those citizens who count most on the government for its help – the destitute and the gravely ill. But the dispossessed were not alone. Members of the military – precisely those on whom we and our government count most – they were also test subjects.1

In addition to radiation experiments, “mind control experimentation is known to have taken place,…but official American society almost completely denies it or even ridicules the notion,” posts Allen L. Barker to the website bio.net in his article “Recent [St. Louis Appeals] Ruling, and Prison Mind Control.” 3

Accusations of the U.S. Government using radioactive particles as carriers for chemical weapons were made by late Stanford University researcher and gang stalking victim Clare Louise Therese Wherle in numerous online forums. “Clare was not often believed regarding what she knew about radiation and nano-tech ways of using it for abuse,” writes Canadian activist “unity4people” in Wherle’s 2006 obituary posted to relevant online news groups, but she “did know her stuff.”

Related links

1 “Remarks by President on Accepting Human Radiation Final Report,” Clinton Foundation, 3 October 1995, at http://archives.clintonpresidentialcenter.org/?u=100395-remarks-by-president-on-accepting-human-radiation-final-report.htm (retrieved: 27 March 2011).

2 Allen L. Barker, “Recent Supreme Court Ruling, and Prison Mind Control,” (correction: St. Louis Appeals Court) 11 February 2003, bio.net, at http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/neur-sci/2003-February/053543.html (retrieved: 27 March 2011).

See also

Kevin Crosby, “Depleted Uranium,” SkewsMe.com, at http://skewsme.com/depleted_uranium.html (Retrieved: 23 October 2008).

Kevin Crosby, “Human Experimentation,” Tinfoil Hat, SkewsMe.com, at http://skewsme.com/tinfoilhat/chapter/human-experimentation/ (retrieved: 29 December 2012).

Related videos

“President Clinton admits to mind control experiments,” Formlessness video at YouTube.com, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTiONdJJRcw (retrieved: 22 October 2008). (Watch it here)

“Depleted Uranium Hazard Awareness – US Army Training Video,” McLir video at YouTube.com, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U93PBZIyqBs (retrieved: 23 October 2008). (Watch it here)

“A Time-Lapse Map of Every Nuclear Explosion Since 1945 – by Isao Hashimoto,” aConcernedHuman video at YouTube.com, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLCF7vPanrY (retrieved: 3 October 2011). (Watch it here)

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