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Thursday, March 9, 2017


The U.S. government once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people

The U.S. government once thought it was fine to experiment on disabled people

“At long last, the Kenyans can breathe a sigh of relief,” said the Kenya Times in 1993, after the dismissal of the American Ambassador Smith Hempstone.

Moreover, Kenya's foreign minister, Ndolo Ayah, once publicly called Hempstone a racist and accused him of acting like a slave-owner. But his resignation didn't stop the American axe of evil on Kenya and the rest of the region.

Smith Hempstone, a conservative syndicated columnist, who as U.S. Ambassador to Kenya from 1989 to 1993, became an aggressively undiplomatic critic of the country's corrupt ruler, Daniel Arap Moi. 

After Hempstone’s retirement President Bill Clinton nominated Aurelia Erskine Brazeal to become the new U.S. Ambassador to Kenya. Ambassador Aurelia Erskine Brazeal was a career diplomat and the first black woman to be named ambassador by three Presidents. In 1990, President George H.W. Bush appointed her ambassador to the Federated States of Micronesia.  

Three years later President Bill Clinton named her ambassador to Kenya.  In 2002, President George W. Bush appointed Brazeal U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia

President Daniel Arap Moi

The Government of  Daniel Arap Moi was characterized by high levels of corruption and nepotism. The opposition and media were suppressed and with the international pressure, they tried to force reforms but without any results.

President Clinton, as several presidents did before and after him, won't allow a good crisis in this part of Africa go to waste because he sponsored several programs to boost spending further destabilization of the African continent. 

His programs are designed to funnel money out of government into the hands of Clinton's cronies and large pharmaceutical companies, who are financially connected, for developing clinical trials in Third World countries in order to find remedies for sick American children.

But as we described on our blog clinical trials in this part of Africa run out of control. Because pharmaceutical companies are taking advantage of uninformed populations in order to collect data for their poisoning pipeline products and did whatever necessary to meet their goals. 

This is not the case in every instance, but it has happened, and all major pharmaceutical companies knowingly sponsored Clinton's medical war crime programs starting with genocide in Rwanda and Burundi by applying mycotoxins to the region.

Clinton's puppets on a string

At the same time, Aurelia Erskine Brazeal was appointed as Ambassador to Kenya in 1993. George Edward Moose, appointed as Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, was also appointed by Clinton. And subsequently, Prudence Bushnell accompanied Moose to serve as Deputy Assistant Secretary. 

Prudence Bushnell

In Bushnell's time, especially in Washington, was marked by extreme tension in Africa. Immediately after Bushnell was in position, she requested Clinton for additional security on and around the American Embassy in Kenya. But strangely her pleas were not honored. 

Moreover, he simply neglected Bushnell's requests. Sometime later Al Qaeda detonated a bomb that killed 12 Americans and over 200 Kenyans.

Suddenly, on October 3, 1993, the pleas of Prudence Bushnell for additional safety are honored by President Clinton after she told him that two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters went down. 

Eighteen U.S. soldiers were killed and 73 wounded in an attempt to apprehend warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid at the Battle of Mogadishu in Somalia. 

The American public was appalled at the deaths and the support for American government involvement in African affairs suffered as a result. It was precisely against this backdrop that the development of the Rwandan Genocide by Clinton began of course with the help of Belgian paratroopers and United Nations forces.

Bill Clinton's administration knew Rwanda was being engulfed by genocide in April 1994 but buried the information to justify its inaction, according to classified documents made available for the first time. 

Senior officials privately used the word genocide within 16 days of the start of the killings, but chose not to do so publicly because the president had already decided not to intervene.

War crimes committed by the USA in Africa

What strikes us most is that in response to the Al Qaeda attack in Kenya, on August 7, 1998, Clinton ordered missile strikes on a pharmaceutical factory in Sudan. Clinton claimed the site was being used by Osama bin Laden to manufacture chemical weapons.

But it wasn’t. It was just an ordinary pharmaceutical factory. A factory that supplied over 50% of Sudan’s medicine. Why Clinton authorized the bombing of this pharmaceutical factory? Because Clinton exactly knew how to depopulate Africa with undercover operations of the CIA as described previously on our blog.

The Al-Shifa (الشفاء, Arabic for healing) pharmaceutical factory in Khartoum, North Sudan, was constructed between 1992 and 1996 with components imported from Germany, India, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, and Thailand and was opened on July 12,  1997.

It was known that malaria mortality rates declined steadily from 1900, all the way through the 1980's. Just after the attack on Sudan pharmaceutical plant, the mortality rates skyrocketed, rising over 40%. This was caused by the shortage of medication because the medicines which were produced and stored at the factory was bombed.

This medication shortage was caused in large part by direct and indirect actions taken by the Clinton administration to depopulate and destabilize Africa. 

Presidents Juvénal Habyarimana of Rwanda and Cyprien Ntaryamira of Burundi killed

Furthering destabilization takes place in 1994, with the beginning of the Rwandan Genocide.

On April 6, 1994, Rwandan president Juvénal Habyarimana and Cyprien Ntaryamira, the President of Burundi, were both killed when their plane was shot down on approach to Kigali Airport in Rwanda. Responsibility for the assassinations has never been clearly established.

However, the resulting chaos was the catalyst for the massacre of Tutsis at the hands of Rwanda's Hutu majority.  The aircraft was shot down by a portable SAM 16 missile made in the former Soviet Union. At least two missiles were fired but the first missed. So east and west were present at the site and fight for there own belongings making a mess in the region.

Prudence Bushnell did not only warned the Clinton Administration about the Embassy's safety but also the possibility of a war between the Tutsi's and Hutu's in advance. Bushnell, who had been visiting the area just weeks before, released a memorandum immediately following the assassinations. 

In it, she predicted widespread violence and the military take-over of the Rwandan government and urged the U.S. government to take action to maintain order.

Partly as a result of the Somali incident, the U.S. government chose not to heed Bushnell's recommendations. The next day, April 7, the Rwandan Genocide began. Several Tutsi government officials and moderate Hutu Prime Minister Agathe Uwilingiyimana were killed by Hutu militias. 

And Clinton? He did absolutely nothing and remained in silence for a period of time in order to let the killing continue.

President Bill Clinton's administration knew Rwanda was being engulfed by genocide in April 1994 but buried the information to justify its inaction, according to classified documents made available for the first time.

Senior officials privately used the word genocide within 16 days of the start of the killings, but chose not to do so publicly because the president had already decided not to intervene.

Only when the killings had assumed a catastrophic form, on July 29, 1994, President Clinton ordered 200 U.S. troops to the civil war-torn Rwanda in order to support humanitarian relief efforts. But remarkably in October 1994, the withdrawal of these troops and the Belgian paratroopers together with U.N. Forces from Rwanda were announced, and immediately thereafter the killing continued. The only thing troopers did is getting foreigners out of the countries.

The Canadian General Dallaire sent an armed escort of five Ghanaian and ten Belgian peacekeepers to Madame Agathe Uwiligiyimana to accompany her to the radio station. However, the presidential guard took control of the state radio station that morning and Madame Uwilingyimana had to cancel her speech. 

Later that day, the presidential guard assassinated her along with 10 Belgian UNAMIR peacekeepers. At 9 pm, Dallaire learned that the Belgians had been killed while Ghanaians were brought to safety by Hutu forces.

Prudence Bushnell, Ambassador to Kenya

However, politics always proceed to the order of the day and Bushnell remained Deputy Assistant Secretary, until being nominated by President Clinton to serve as Ambassador to Kenya in 1996. Upon confirmation by the United States Senate, Bushnell took up residence in Nairobi.

Ugly past of U.S. human experiments

Shocking as it may seem, U.S. government doctors once thought it was fine to experiment with disabled people and prison inmates in the USA. Such experiments included giving hepatitis to mental patients in Connecticut, squirting a pandemic flu virus up the noses of prisoners in Maryland, and injecting cancer cells into chronically ill people at a New York Hospital.

Much of this horrific history is 40 to 80 years old, but it is the backdrop for a meeting in Washington at the time by a presidential bioethics commission. 

The meeting was triggered by the government's apology for federal doctors infecting prisoners and mental patients in Guatemala with syphilis 65 years ago. U.S. officials also acknowledged there had been dozens of similar experiments in the United States.

Researchers found that more than a third of the published trials performed under 1997 legislation called the Pediatric Exclusivity Provision were carried out at least partly in developing or transitioning nations, such as Uganda, Kenya, Sudan and India.

“The trend that we describe brings up some scientific and ethical problems,” said Dr. Sara K. Pasquali, a pediatrician at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, whose findings appear in the journal Pediatrics. 

“Oftentimes, access to a study may be the only access to medical care a family has,” she said of trial participants in developing countries. Once the testing is done, however, it's unclear if effective drugs will be marketed in the country in question, and whether they will be affordable.

Among the 174 trials researchers examined in Sub-Saharan countries, drugs against infectious diseases were most likely to be tested in the developing world, closely followed by heart, allergy and arthritis medications.

“We are now using vulnerable people in vulnerable countries as drug laboratories,” Dr. Marcia Angell, who was not involved in the new research, told Reuters Health. “It is all about dollars and cents. 

Whether in children or adults, no clinical trials should be done in undeveloped countries unless they are trials to test a drug for a disease that only occurs there,” said Angell, who teaches social medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston.

The idea behind the Pediatric Exclusivity Provision is to incentivize the development of drugs for children in the United States. History reveals that Hitler did evil things and used the Jews for medical experiments but the same thing Bill Clinton administration did but nothing was written about it like Hitler.

Bill Clinton is indeed another Hitler who exchanged Jews for Africans. He approved it all.

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