In 1969 thousands of homosexuals were handed over to the care of Dr. Aubrey Levin (South African army psychiatrist). At the Voortrekkerhoogte military hospital near Pretoria, Levin used electroconvulsive experimentation on thousands of white homosexual men and a small subset of women. Dubbed (The Aversion Project ) Electrodes were strapped to a patient’s arms and […]

Florida’s halls of power currently side with the rapist, not the rape victims, if the parents are ok with it. Sherry Johnson was raped at age 8 and became pregnant at age 10. She was forced to marry her rapist at age 11. To keep the abuse secret, Sherry says her parents forced her to […]

Skimmers are illegal credit card readers attached to or inside gas pumps. They are designed to grab data off a cards magnetic stripe and then make a virtual clone that thieves can use to make purchases with. Protect yourself: Debit Card Users: Never use your pin # at a gas pump (run as a credit […]

Whitney Darrow, Jr. published, “I’m glad I’m a boy. I’m glad I’m a girl”, in 1970. Viewed to be one of the most sexist books ever printed. Darrow never stated his intentions with this book but some would like to think he was kidding while others fully agree with what was written. Regardless of the […]

Chester M. Southam injected over 100 Ohio State Prison inmates with live cancer cells in 1952 He then later injected live cancer cells into 22 senile black female patients at the Brooklyn Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital. Southam also worked in Africa injecting an assortment of rare and common viruses including mumps, dengue, West Nile, and […]

On May 14, 1939, Lina Medina gave birth, via caesarean, to a healthy six-pound baby boy, in a remote village in Ticrapo, Castrovirreyna Province, Peru. The girl’s belly had been growing for several months and her mother was afraid she might have a tumor. To their shock, the doctor diagnosed their daughter as being seven […]

Between 1945–1947, 820 poor pregnant Caucasian women were given radioactive iron at Vanderbilt University. It was funded by the U.S. Public Health Service, the Washington-based Nutrition Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and Monsanto. The researchers worked with the Tennessee State Department of Health and did not inform the women that they were part of an experiment. […]