Revealed: US Government Program Secretly Injected Citizens with Plutonium, Uranium
More secret eugenics-based experiments exposed
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In a secret program that is now admitted to be true, the United States government injected unknowing human ‘participants’ with highly toxic plutonium.It sounds like a bizarre torture scenario that you’d expect to see blamed on illegal terror organizations, but the individuals behind this crime are actually doctors working for the United States government. Disregarding the health of innocent citizens, the government testers were eager to see how unknowing participants suffered as a result of secret plutonium injection.
It began in 1945, when an employee at the Oak Ridge Nuclear Facility was in a car accident. Ebb Cade survived, but was taken in as a human participant in a disturbing study he did not consent to. It is important to note that this man was a fifty-three-year-old African American, as previous government trials have singled out African Americans and other minorities.
The racist sterilization programs occurred between 1929 to 1974 under an admitted eugenics programs that officials claimed were ‘creating a better society’. Most victims were poor, black women who were ‘deemed unfit to be parents’. Individuals as young as 10 were sterilized simply for not getting along with schoolmates or being promiscuous, and many parents were misled into sterilizing their children.
Ebb Cade was taken and bound to a bed with a broken arm and leg, where doctors interviewed him regarding his current state of health. After determining he was in a state of proper health, doctors secretly injected him with 4.7 micrograms of plutonium on Aptil 10th. It is still unknown who exactly ordered the program within the U.S. government, as they have managed to disassociate themselves with the entire nefarious program. At the time of the injection, scientists were perfectly aware of the negative effects associated with radiation. With cancers and radiation sickness on the rise, these scientists knew exactly what they were doing — examining the effects of plutonium isotopes on living beings.
Prior to the tests on Cade, the scientists injected animals with plutonium and noted the severe adverse effects. In some cases, animals were even fed radioactive waste. In fact, one scientist received a face full of gas and required his stomach to be pumped along with a full face scrub in an attempt to eliminate the threat. The scientists made sure that they were given the full treatment after the exposure. Meanwhile, they were injecting individuals with plutonium.
Scientists took excretions from Cade over the next five days to see how much plutonium retained in his body. They also refused to set his broken bones until April 15th, and cut samples from the bone before doing so to examine the plutonium content in his bone tissue. Fifteen of his teeth were pulled for testing. After all of this, they never informed Cade what they were doing. One nurse said that the tortured Cade escaped in the middle of the night, and he was later found to die in 1953 of heart failure.
Sadly, Cade was not the last test experiment.
Three human experiments followed, all cancer patients seeking treatment. Instead of treatment, the patients were injected with deadly plutonium in order for government scientists to see the effects. A man in his sixties with lung cancer, a woman in her fifties with breast cancer, and a “young man” with Hodgkin’s lymphoma were all given the poison. Conveniently, the third patient’s records are not available. He was injected with fifteen times more than any other individual, at 95 micrograms.
What followed is further widespread testing. The University of Rochester joined the program, injecting patients with not only plutonium but radioactive isotopes like polonium and uranium. Other institutions like the University of California soon followed suit.
Perhaps most concerning is the fact that this disgusting disregard for human health is not an isolated incident. The Tuskegee syphilis experiment is but one example of secret government human experiments that have run rampant throughout recent history. Taking place between 1932 and 1972, Tuskegee, Alabama, the U.S. Public Health Service knowingly infected poor black men with syphillus in order to test the effects. These men thought that they were receiving free healthcare by the U.S. government.
The list goes on, targeting minorities and the disabled in particular. From forced sterilizations to incognito injections, there is a lengthy history of government testing that shows the blatant disregard for your health by the United States government and elsewhere. With this in mind, is it any wonder why the FDA keeps toxic substances like mercury unregulated among the food supply?
This article originally appeared at Natural Society.
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7 Toxins Harming Your Brain Right Now
Common toxins continue to plague countless Americans
Some of the most common substances found in everyday life are harming our cognitive function right now. Along with pesticides, you have substances like BPA, phthalates, mercury, lead, benzene, and flame retardants that are affecting you, even if you don’t realize it. Hidden in your home and office, you are exposed to toxic chemicals on a daily basis, and your brain is taking the brunt of it.7 Toxins Harming Your Brain
Your brain controls every aspect of your body, giving directions to cells and the nervous system. It is essential for supporting good mood and clear thinking, helping to improve your overall quality of life. Here are seven of the most harmful and pervasive toxins you should look out for in order to support brain health.
BPA is a known endocrine disruptor that interferes with how your body regulates hormones. Not only does it affect reproductive health, but it can also affect brain function, learning abilities, and how your memory works.  And it’s not just plastic that contains BPA; items that are BPA free aren’t always much better. The substitutes used for BPA (Bisphenol F and S or “BPF” and “BPS”) have been linked to behavioral issues, as well. 
Phthalates are present in more everyday things than you might think. Similarly to BPA, phthalates are found in many products that contain plastic and things like household cleaners, cosmetics, personal hygiene products, and even food. There is a wide variety of phthalates, but the most notable versions are BBzP (butyl benzyl phthalate), DnBP (dibutyl phthalate), and DEHB (di-2-ethyl hexyl phthalate).
Phthalates have been linked to ADHD, asthma, diabetes, neurodevelopmental problems, and more.  California is spearheading the move against phthalates by asking that four specific types must be listed on labels (many do not have to be listed at all). Even big corporations like Target and WalMart have promised to reduce the amount of or even eradicate the use of harmful toxins like phthalates in products they stock.
I’ve covered the dangers of mercury extensively in other articles. The base reason is that it has been linked to kidney problems, respiratory failure, and other neuromuscular complications; however, the elemental form of mercury is the most toxic.  Due to this knowledge, many people have switched off from thermometers and other products containing mercury.
Lead poisoning isn’t a problem of yesterday, it’s a problem today — a huge problem. The biggest issue is that lead affects so many parts of the body in such harmful ways. Not only can it affect organs and tissues, but it can affect whole systems of the body like the digestive, reproductive, and nervous systems. You absolutely need to take conscious steps to reduce your exposure to lead, including making your home safer for your children.
Benzene is found in fuel and motor vehicle exhaust, but can also be found in detergents and pharmaceuticals.  Why is something so problematic used so frequently? Benzene is even classified as carcinogen,  it’s highly flammable, and benzene poisoning can pass from mother to fetus. The best way to reduce your exposure to benzene is to distance yourself from gasoline or waste plants and to avoid cigarette smoke at all costs. As quoted by the CDC, “Average smokers take in about 10 times more benzene than nonsmokers each day.”  Just one more reason not to smoke!
6. Flame Retardants
Normally, something that helps to quell a fire is heralded as useful and sometimes heroic. However, a disturbing discovery was made by a researcher from Texas. The discovery showed that flame retardants were found in the breast milk of American women.  How could this happen? It turns out that flame retardants can be found virtually anywhere in food, furniture, and building materials. We’re around these items every day and breathe in the toxins that emanate throughout the day.
Attributed to the spread of human civilization, it’s unbelievable just how widespread traces of flame retardant chemicals are. Not even bald eagles are safe. Out of 33 dead eagles tested from 2009 to 2011, every one but two had all four flame retardant components for which scientists were testing.  It’s important to educate yourself about flame retardant compounds and make sure they’re not abundant in your home. 
Mostly everyone is familiar with the negative effects of pesticides, but new developments further strengthen the argument against using pesticides on foods we consume. Perhaps the biggest and most shocking development to come to light is that pesticide exposure is now linked to Parkinson’s disease.  The best way to avoid undue exposure to pesticides is to choose organic food!
Protecting Your Brain
Now that you’re a bit more informed about seven toxins you might not have known about before, you can get started on protecting yourself from the harmful effects, both short term and long term. Turmeric shows powerful antioxidant protection for the brain, and it’s often advised to take this in extract form to ensure best results. Eating an organic diet, reducing the use of furniture made with flame retardants, and using glass containers instead of plastic are also helpful steps.
This article originally appeared at the Natural Healing Center.
Guess What Houston’s ‘Cop Of The Year’ Was Caught Doing
Arrested at his own police station by FBI, DEA and HPD
A Houston police officer once awarded ‘cop of the year’ led a double life as a cocaine trafficker for the Los Zetas Mexican cartel, a court case claims.
Noe Juarez, was arrested Tuesday at his own police station by FBI, DEA and HPD officers and has been indicted on federal charges conspiracy to distribute five or more kilos of cocaine.
The charges were outlined in court documents, which state that Juarez conspired with Sergio Grimaldo, the brother of convicted cartel boss Efrain Grimaldo, to distribute cocaine in southeastern Louisiana from 2012 onwards.
The officer, once formally recognized by the city for outstanding community work, was also indicted on a charge of conspiracy to possess firearms connected with a drug trafficking offense.
A spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Louisiana confirmed the details in an email response to The NY Daily News.
If found guilty, Juarez could serve a life sentence and receive a $10 million fine. He is scheduled for a bail hearing on Monday.
Details are scant at the moment, but police sources have told local reporters that Juarez was escorting large shipments of drugs across state borders at the behest of the Grimaldos.
“As a member of the Los Zetas cartel, one of the most notorious criminal enterprises in Mexico or the United States, Grimaldo endangered the lives of innocent people on both sides of the border,” U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite said after Efrain Grimaldo was sentenced to 33 years in prison in 2014.
Juarez’s defense attorney George Murphy claimed that the charges are flimsy.
“All they’re doing is saying he’s done these things, and they haven’t put any meat on the bones,” he said, adding “This is the most bare-boned indictment I’ve seen in a long time.”
The Zetas cartel is notorious for shipping drugs into the United States, and has been described by the Mexican Defense Ministry as “the most formidable death squad” in the country.
As InfoWars reported years ago, former DEA agent Cele Castillo has blown the whistle on how the US government controls the Zetas drug smuggling gang and uses it as the front group for their narco-empire.
With the gang having first been trained at the infamous School of the Americas in Fort Benning, Georgia, Castillo affirms that Los Zetas are still working for the US government in protecting drug routes to keep the wheels of Wall Street well-oiled. Castillo has gone on the record to state that the commandos are working directly for the US government drug cartel in carrying out hits on rival drug smugglers who aren’t paying their cut.
Numerous drug bosses and American and Mexican officials have made similar claims, alleging that the U.S. government via the CIA in essence controls at least some of the cartels.
It is also alleged by captured members of the gang, that the Zetas bought guns directly from the U.S. government under its Operation Fast and Furious, and planned to overthrow the Mexican government.
In this context officer Noe Juarez, if found guilty, is a small fry hired gun. He will be put away in prison for the rest of his life while the real criminals in the US government continue unabated their operation of flooding the country with narcotics.
—————————————————————-Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.
Bong Squad? Transit Center Evacuated Over ‘Suspicious’ Marijuana Smoking Device
Security guard's paranoid misidentification “was the right thing to do," police say
A transit station in Colorado was shut down and evacuated for a brief period this morning after a pothead left behind his smoking apparatus, prompting all hell to break loose.A security officer at the Boulder Transit Center alerted his superiors today after finding a “foot-long plastic pipe that was capped at both ends” near the bike racks, which he presumed to be a pipe bomb.
Concerned the device could go up in smoke, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) ordered an immediate evacuation of the station and closed nearby streets.
A keen police sergeant was eventually able to identify the device as a water pipe, or bong, filled with a leafy green substance.
“It was some kind of either marijuana storage or marijuana smoking device,” police spokesperson Kim Kobel said. “There was some marijuana in it.”
“Kobel said it appears the bong was forgotten at the station and was not intended to scare anyone,” reports the Denver Post.
The RTD lifted the evacuation order at 6:20AM, less than a half hour after it was instituted.
Police justified the overreaction to the simple smoking contraption, saying the plastic capping gave the bong a suspicious appearance.
Spokesperson Kobel said despite the item being inert, the security guard’s paranoid misidentification “was the right thing to do.”
“If you don’t know what something is, call us so we can get eyes on it,” Kobel said.
Indeed, terror instilled by the Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” snitch campaign seems to be producing an increased frequency of illogical freakouts and theatrical police state overreactions.
In the run-up to the 2014 Boston Marathon, police set their sights on nefarious-looking kitchen appliances and disarmed a harmless, empty pressure cooker in East Boston, wagging their fingers at the responsible parties.
Also in 2014, a Florida middle school ordered a lockdown after someone reported seeing “suspicious items” in front of the building. Had a school official actually gone to investigate, they would have found the mysterious item was actually just a pile of pillows.
In November 2014, police in Austin, Texas, sent a bomb squad to investigate a “suspicious package” call near a RadioShack – every terrorist’s dream target. Police later decided the “black bag with some suspicious components inside,” in all likelihood left by a homeless person, posed no major threat.
In October of that year, San Francisco PD also freaked out when someone reported a “suspicious device” near Union Square, prompting a bomb squad response, traffic lane closures and a “shelter-in-place” order to be issued. Police later said the threat had “no merit.”
Indeed, “suspicious items” need not even be present (see here and here) for a lockdown to ensue.
Of course, while a member of the public may be able to alert authorities to suspicious persons or people, they cannot be trusted to personally make the distinction between a bomb and a bong.
10 Founding Fathers Quotes You Probably Don’t Know
Hidden gems of wisdom from our nation's founders
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While you’ve likely heard many of the powerful statements from our nation’s founders, there’s also a lot more you probably don’t know.“America united with a handful of troops, or without a single soldier, exhibits a more forbidding posture to foreign ambition than America disunited, with a hundred thousand veterans ready for combat.” – James Madison, Federalist No. 14, 1787
“Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt.” – Samuel Adams, Essay in the Public Advertiser, 1749
“A militia, when properly formed, are in fact the people themselves. They include all men capable of bearing arms. To preserve liberty is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms and be taught alike how to use them.” – Thomas Jefferson
“The truth is, all might be free if they valued freedom, and defended it as they ought.” – Samuel Adams, Essay in the Boston Gazette, 1771
“The jury has a right to judge both the law as well as the fact in controversy.” – John Jay, Georgia v. Brailsford, 3 U.S. 1 (1794)
“The very definition of tyranny is when all powers are gathered under one place.” – James Madison, The Federalist No. 47
“I consider knowledge to be the soul of a republic, and as the weak and wicked are generally in alliance, as much care should be taken to diminish the number of the former as of that latter. Education is the way to do this, and nothing should be left undone to afford all ranks of people that means of obtaining a proper degree of it at a cheap and easy rate.” – John Jay, 1785
“Guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism.” – George Washington, Farewell Address, 1796
“Experience is a severe preceptor, but it teachers useful truths, and however harsh, is always honest. Be calm and dispassionate, and listen to what it tells you.” – John Jay, 1788
“It is an old adage that honesty is the best policy. This applies to public as well as private life, to states as well as individuals.” – George Washington, 1785