It is important to focus on the history of experimental vaccines.
This article reviews the Tuskegee Syphilis Study in Macon County, Alabama that began in 1932 as well as other US government experiments that infected sick and vulnerable people with syphilis and other deadly diseases applied in Guatemala between 1946 and 1948.
In Macon County, Alabama, the U.S. government monitored more than 600 black sharecroppers including 399 who were already infected with syphilis while the remaining 201 who were not.
Many people of color in the U.S. do not trust the medical establishment because of this troubling history of human experimentations.
According to CNN who was there to witness the historical moment of the first Covid-19 vaccine given to a black woman but in reality, it was propaganda for Big Pharma
“A critical care nurse was the first person in New York and among the first people in the United States to get a shot of the coronavirus vaccine authorized by the US Food and Drug Administration.”
The US Government’s Human Experiments in Guatemala
Image below: Female Patients at Psychiatric Hospital in Guatemala 1946-1948
The U.S. government under President Harry S. Truman, a Democrat from Missouri partnered with one of the poorest countries in Latin America, Guatemala, a U.S. puppet state with its President and lap dog, Juan José Arévalo and the rest of his criminal cohorts or shall we say his “health care officials” began experimenting directly with approximately 1,300 test subjects out of the 5,500 Guatemalans who were infected purposely without their informed consent. They were infected with syphilis, gonorrhea and a bacterial sexual infection called chancroid that comprised of soldiers, prisoners, prostitutes and patients who had mental issues. The experiments began in 1946 and ended around 1948. In a report by the Boston Globe, Susan M. Reverby, a medical historian and professor at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts discovered that “US government scientists in the 1940s deliberately infected hundreds of Guatemalans with syphilis and gonorrhea in experiments conducted without the subjects’ permission.” Reverby discovered the documents about “four or five years ago while researching the infamous Tuskegee syphilis study” and discussed her findings with the US government. The report said that “The US scientists — who had received the blessings of Guatemalan health authorities — were among the leading lights in the field of sexually transmitted disease research.” However, here is where the insanity was exposed:
Flush with optimism in the dawning era of antibiotic treatment, they decided to expose vulnerable subjects to further their understanding of the effectiveness of the new drugs in treating sexually transmitted diseases
The discovery happened while Reverby, who was at the University of Pittsburgh some years before conducting research for her book ‘Examining Tuskegee’ which she focused on Dr. Thomas Parran Jr’s archives. Dr. Parran was a US surgeon general who was involved in studying methods in controlling the syphilis virus, but then Reverby discovered archives from another researcher who is deceased by the name of John C. Cutler who was a U.S. health service physician during the later years of Tuskegee syphilis study that began in 1932.
Cutler studied the effects and other different aspects such as the prevention and treatment of antibiotics called penicillin on individuals who were infected. In a BBC article from 2011,
‘US scientists ‘knew Guatemala syphilis tests unethical’ said that “according to documents the commission had studied, at least 83 of the 5,500 subjects had died by the end of 1953.”
The article mentioned Dr Amy Gutmann, who was head of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues at the time and stated that the research was a “shameful piece of medical history” and that “It is important that we accurately document this clearly unethical historical injustice. We do this to honour the victims.”
It was reported that then-President Barack Obama, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton and other U.S. government officials had apologized to the Guatemalan government and its people most likely to show the Guatemalan government and its people that they care, but it was really about keeping the long-time US-Guatemala relationship intact since the US government and it’s CIA overthrew Jacobo Arbenz Guzman in 1954.
In the Name of Science: The Tuskegee Syphilis Study On Poor Black People
Image on the right: Tuskegee Syphilis Study 1932-1972
For more than 40 years, another case of immorality, unethical medical standards and neglect occurred in Macon County, Alabama with the Tuskegee Syphilis Study that began in 1932 and ended in 1972. The experiment was conducted by the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) as a way to study the “natural progression” of syphilis with more than 600 sharecroppers which in this case, can be regarded as lab rats from the black community with at least 399 of them who had the syphilis infection and the remaining 201 who did not reportedly have the disease.
For those who participated, they received food, free medical care and even “free burial insurance”, how thoughtful! Historical documents revealed that the test subjects were told that they had “bad blood” making the participants believe that they had underlying medical conditions besides syphilis, so the Tuskegee scientists continued their studies without helping the unsuspecting victims which they could have cured with penicillin. The test subjects were deceived by the US government because they originally thought that they were receiving free health care but those who were infected with syphilis began dying, some were going blind and even insane in many cases, but they were denied treatment in order for the scientists to study the disease.
According to ‘The National Center for Biotechnology Information’ (NCBI)
“That study, long-recognized as unethical, committed abuses against 399 African-American sharecroppers in Macon Country, Alabama who were the subjects of a 40-year USPHS study of the effects of untreated syphilis in Black men.” That legacy has had an impact on the black community thus creating a distrust of the U.S. government and its past actions.“The phrase, legacy of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, is sometimes used to denote the belief that Blacks are more reluctant than Whites to participate in biomedical research studies because of the infamous study of syphilis in men run by the U.S. Public Health Service from 1932-72.”
What the NCBI report claims that they administered a questionnaire ‘The Tuskegee Legacy Project’ (TLP) among 826 black and white respondents and found that blacks did have “higher levels of general awareness” of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study with none of them willing to be guinea pigs for biomedical research:
We administered the Tuskegee Legacy Project (TLP) Questionnaire to 826 Blacks and non-Hispanic White adults in three U.S. cities. While Blacks had higher levels of general awareness of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, there was no association between either awareness or detailed knowledge of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and willingness to participate in biomedical research, either for Blacks or Whites observed in our survey
On July 25th, 1972, a reporter by the name of Jean Heller of the Associated Press (AP) exposed the U.S. federal government for allowing hundreds of black men to live with the syphilis infections for more than 40 years without offering them any sort of treatment. The report exposed the event as a shameful and immoral behavior of the American medical establishment. The report ‘Black men untreated in Tuskegee Syphilis Study’ said that “during a 40-year federal experiment, a group of syphilis victims was denied proper medical treatment for their disease”, several participants had already died from the experiment. The report went on to say that the experiment ” was designed to determine through autopsies what damage untreated syphilis does to the human body.”
It is because of these historical events that distrust of the US medical system runs deep within the black and brown communities. According to an article by Reuters, ‘Some U.S. Black pastors, key players in COVID education, are hesitating to push vaccine’ reported that A.R. Bernard who is the head of a Brooklyn mega church called the Christian Cultural Center was asked by a major healthcare organization to sit on a committee to propagandize the black and brown communities to accept Covid-19 vaccines as safe and effective. Bernard said that “he turned down the offer because he worried some members of his congregation could view his participation as “joining forces with the system” to use African Americans “as guinea pigs” for vaccines that have been developed in record time.” That was a powerful statement since his concerns rightfully goes back to the history of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study in Macon County, Alabama:
“What we’re dealing with right now is the byproduct of … generations of distrust, suspicion and fear with regard to how medical systems work,” said Edwin Sanders, head of Metropolitan International Church in Nashville, Tennessee, who has been involved with public health education since HIV/AIDS struck in the 1980s.
The distrust is rooted in decades of unequal healthcare access and treatment, under-representation in clinical trials and a record of being used as unwitting test subjects, such as in the infamous Tuskegee syphilis study that continued through 1972 and withheld syphilis treatment from infected Black men without their knowledge. Pastors said this history has fed fears that the COVID-19 vaccine may not work in Black Americans, or that they may be given a different shot than the rest of society
It’s was not just in Guatemala and Alabama, USA that people were used as experimental guinea pigs.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation which funds the World Health Organization (WHO) has performed vaccine experiments with US-based non-profit organizations (NGOs) in India and Africa. For example, in 2009, an NGO called the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) based in Bill Gates home state of Washington began in India with the intention of testing experimental HPV vaccines that was developed by Big Pharma corporations such as Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) and Merck on more than 20,000 Indian girls aged 10-14 years-old. In the experiment, the girls were vaccinated with the HPV vaccines leaving more than 1,200 of them with severe side effects.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation continued its experiments in 2010 when it funded GSK’s experimental malaria vaccine that killed more than 151 African infants and also caused severe side effects including seizures and what is known as febrile convulsions to more than 1,000 African children.(See NEJM)
Those were just a couple of examples of human experiments taking place in modern-day society.But at least the people are starting to wake up to the fact that media propaganda promoted by the medical establishment is not working anymore, perhaps joining a large segment of the world’s population in already resisting Big Pharma’s overreach in pushing dangerous vaccines especially those that were developed in under a year by overriding crucial testing procedures that studies long-term effects.
Maybe the next vaccine will be developed in 6 months, hey why not in 2 weeks?
We will probably see a race for Big Pharma corporations to develop new vaccines for almost anything in the shortest period of time for profit and control. It is a new business model that is engineering our society so that the establishment technocrats can achieve total dominance over the people with the implementation of the ID2020 initiative which is basically a digital identity system that keeps a computerized record of who has received their required vaccinations. Big Pharma is at full speed and it is headed for a crash as more people all over the world are doubting that vaccines are safe and effective, especially those that were developed in less than a year.