Tuesday, July 26, 2005

New Frankensteins

Harvard Medical School exploited slum children and taught them
to kill offering them a quarter each for every stray or pet dog or cat they kidnapped and brought to the many Bastilles in Cambridge, Southborough, etc. Harvard receives 330 million
a year taken from the taxes of the poor.. with which it
tortures primates and many other species. Of the NIH
pharmaceutical pawn budget of 45 billion, Harvard gets the
biggest university share.
50,000 research animals trapped in cages underground
who never saw the light of day drowned in a Texas flood.
Not a single researcher drowned. Animals to them are
objects, not worthy of rescue.
HBO and Johns Hopkins, pharmaceutical courtesan, teamed up to produce a movie about Alfred Blalock, after whom the Blalock Press was named. It tests how many pounds of pressure a dog's bones can take before they break. Something The Lord Made is the name of the pharmaceutical propaganda film.
The Crile Building is named for the family of Cleveland Clinic founder George Crile who bragged that when a neighbor's cat woke him up with her crying,
he went out, cut her, and killed her under the surgical knife the following morning.
broke the legs of 6 dogs in an experiment.
Case Western Reserve for years claimed Dr Robert White, creator of shortlived agonized 2 headed monkeys, 2 headed dogs, 2 headed rats, was honored by the Visiting Nurse Service for his barbarism. When an Ohio
animal rights activist walked down the aisle and pulled a fake head out of her box, presenting White with the 'vivisector of the year' award in 1989, she was arrested by the Cleveland police
for her 1 moment of free and nonviolent speech.
Dr Michael Swango, physician trained at Ohio State, killed several hundred human beings on 2 continents before caught. He was trained to objectify living beings at the state college which spends 61 million a year abusing animals.

Ohio State has 60,000 students and spends 61 million (it admits
to) in animal torture yearly. That is over $1000 per student
.. as the school has raised by double digits the tuition. Its veterinarian school
is engaged in giving cats aids. http://www.poetwill.org


A sweet baboon was numbered B43, not named. For
months she was kept in a restraining chair, sleeping, eating
defecating there, her legs cramping, a victim of astronaut
studies, especially of the contracts of Lockheed, the nation's
premier war profiteer with 94 billion in contracts.
* Dick Cheney's wife Lynne was on the board of Lockheed
doing his bidding.


Richard Meilan of Purdue
and others 'have no problem with putting human genes
into plants'..
the probability of new varieties of Mad Human prions abounds


URL: http://www.rockymountainnews.com/dr...1038398,00.html

Temple Grandin at Colorado State works with
the 'meatpacking' industry designing slaughterhouse
methods. She refers to animals as 'it'.

but not themselves

Primates Albert II and Albert IV did not return alive from space.
Albert II and IV died on impact due to parachute failure. They were from the Aeromedical Lab at Wright-Patterson. NASA
shot some primates into space who never returned
but circled alone in the void until their lonely merciful deaths.

At Texas' Brooks Air Force Base, Dr Don Barnes resigned rather
than irradiate primates. The movie Project X starring
Matthew Broderick was based on
his act of courage.


NASA did not tell the public that in the last shuttle
there were thousands of captive animals from NASA Glenn
in Cleveland, blown over 5 states along with the 7 astronauts. Lockheed, maker of
the obsolete shuttle, has taken 94 billion from the taxpayers. http://www.publicintegrity.org/pns

*Harvard now hides its research primate victims at
Southborough and other places.


Tens of thousands of blackbirds in winter were sprayed
with detergent so that they would freeze to death.
Ann Free, Schweitzer biographer, described their body
heat rising like mist in the cold (as their souls left for God).


4000 primates were sacrificed in just 1 of the numberless
bioterror experiments and other research at Ft Detrick,
which after the CIA gave Battelle 1 billion to develop weaponized anthrax supplied more captive primates. See the books
of Leonard Horowitz. The world's largest bioterror lab
is leaking poisons through the air and water to Maryland.


God it is not poster's right to judge any individual, including
her own past actions. However we thank You for ending
all violence to any being now.


3 Boston University researchers contracted tularemia...
neither did they notify the government nor the community
of the danger

The 'biodefense' lab (which could also be called a bio offense
lab) has ignited the opposition of Massachusetts

Rene Descartes nailed the paws of dogs to research tables..
not "I think therefore I am"
but "I inflict pain. Therefore I am...............a monster."


Lifeforce of Vancouver found a dumpster full of dead cats



From Tel Aviv to Tehran to Texas, dogs and other animals are being poisoned and otherwise tortured in chemical, biological, and conventional warfare experiments. PETA has equally barbaric, secretly shot footage, from 1977, of Israeli soldiers injecting? and killing?dogs with what appear to be nerve agents.

The Israeli army has also blown up unanesthetized pigs with Scud missile explosives and conducted other painful experiments on dogs, monkeys, doves, mice, toads, and guinea pigs. An article in the March 17, 2000, issue of Ha'aretz, Israel-s most respected daily newspaper, reported that experiments carried out by the Israel Defense Forces on animals were so horrific that the soldiers forced to conduct the experiments had to seek psychological counseling.

The US military has a long history of conducting cruel animal experiments.

Uncounted Casualties
Each year, at least 320,000 primates, dogs, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, cats, and other animals are hurt and killed by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in experiments that rank among the most painful conducted in this country. Because these figures don-t include experiments that were contracted out to non-governmental laboratories or the many sheep, goats, and pigs often shot in wound experiments, the total number of animal victims is actually much higher. The cost to taxpayers for these military experiments is estimated to be in excess of $100 million annually.

Top Secret
Military testing is classified ?Top Secret,- and it is very hard to get information about it. From published research, we do know that armed forces facilities all over the United States test all manner of weaponry on animals, from Soviet AK-47 rifles to biological and chemical warfare agents to nuclear blasts. Military experiments can be acutely painful, repetitive, costly, and unreliable, and they are particularly wasteful because most of the effects they study can be, or have already been, observed in humans or because the results cannot be extrapolated to human experience.

Sample Experiments
Burns and Blasts: As far back as in 1946, near the Bikini Atoll in the South Pacific, 4,000 sheep, goats, and other animals loaded onto a boat and set adrift were killed or severely burned by an atomic blast detonated above them. The military nicknamed the experiment ?The Atomic Ark.-

At the Army-s Fort Sam Houston, live rats were immersed in boiling water for 10 seconds, and a group of them were then infected on parts of their burned bodies. In 1987, at the Naval Medical Institute in Maryland, rats- backs were shaved, covered with ethanol, and then ?flamed- for 10 seconds.

In 1988, at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, sheep were placed in a loose net sling against a reflecting plate, and an explosive device was detonated 19 meters away. In two of the experiments, 48 sheep were blasted: the first group to test the value of a vest worn during the blast, and the second to see if chemical markers would aid in the diagnosis of blast injury (they did not).

Radiation: At the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute in Maryland, nine rhesus monkeys were strapped in chairs and exposed to total-body irradiation. Within two hours, six of the nine were vomiting, hypersalivating, and chewing. In another experiment, 17 beagles were exposed to total-body irradiation, studied for one to seven days, and then killed. The experimenter concluded that radiation affects the gall bladder.

At Brooks Air Force Base in Texas, rhesus monkeys were strapped to a B-52 flight simulator (the ?Primate Equilibrium Platform-). After being prodded with painful electric shocks to learn to ?fly- the device, the monkeys were irradiated with gamma rays to see if they could hold out ?for the 10 hours it would take to bomb an imaginary Moscow.- Those hit with the heaviest doses vomited violently and became extremely lethargic before being killed.

Diseases: To evaluate the effect of temperature on the transmission of the Dengue 2 virus, a mosquito-transmitted disease that causes fever, muscle pain, and rash, experiments conducted by the U.S. Army at Fort Detrick, Maryland, involved shaving the stomachs of adult rhesus monkeys and then attaching cartons of mosquitoes to their bodies to allow the mosquitoes to feed.

Experimenters at Fort Detrich have also invented a rabbit restraining device that consists of a small cage that pins the rabbits down with steel rods while mosquitoes feast on their bodies.

Wound Labs: The Department of Defense has operated ?wound labs- since 1957. At these sites, conscious or semiconscious animals are suspended from slings and shot with high-powered weapons to inflict battle-like injuries for military surgical practice. In 1983, in response to public pressure, Congress limited the use of dogs in these labs, but countless goats, pigs, and sheep are still being shot, and at least one laboratory continues to shoot cats. At the Army's Fort Sam Houston ?Goat Lab,- goats are hung upside down and shot in their hind legs. After physicians practice excising the wounds, any goat who survives is killed.

In 1992 and 1994, doctors with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine testified before Congress on military animal use and worked with the General Accounting Office in an investigation of Michael Carey-s experiments at Louisiana State University. Carey shot 700 restrained cats in the head to ?model- human injuries. As a result of the investigation, Carey-s cat-shooting experiments were halted.

Other forms of military experiments include subjecting animals to decompression sickness, weightlessness, drugs and alcohol, smoke inhalation, and pure oxygen inhalation.

Animal Intelligence
The armed forces conscript various animals into intelligence and combat service, sending them on ?missions- that endanger their lives and well-being. The Marine Corps teaches dogs ?mauling, snarling, sniffing, and other suitable skills- needed to search for bombs and drugs.

A series of Navy tests of underwater explosives in the Chesapeake Bay in 1987 killed more than 3,000 fish, and habitats for hundreds of species have been destroyed by nuclear tests in the South Pacific and the American Southwest.

Military Reform
The military-s tracking system lists approximately 725 military experiments using animals. Such tests are as misleading as they are cruel. Animals often respond to chemical agents and antidotes differently than humans. A rat-s respiratory system differs greatly from that of a human, and rats are more susceptible to toxins because they are unable to vomit. Mice have a genetic tendency to develop lung tumors, rendering much of the research on physiological effects of exposure invalid. Regarding skin tests, a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report said, ?Since laboratory animals have fur and do not have sweat glands on most of their body, they do not provide optimal models for dermal exposure.-

http://www.poetwill.org charts for the millions
of animals sacrificed to greed and ambition at Ohio State