Thursday, January 13, 2011

1951: Prescott Bush Gets His Nazi Prize, No Nuremberg Principles Here, Germ Warfare And What Mafia?

1951: UNITED STATES. Yes, Prescott, there is a Santa Claus. Prescott Bush, whose recent run for the Senate has been unsuccessful following revelations about his role in the American eugenics movement, hits the jackpot. Front man and errand boy for the Harriman and Rockefeller families in their business dealings with the Nazis from 1926 to 1951, including the period throughout World War Two, Bush neatly evades prosecution with the legal assistance of ever-present Nazi shyster and fellow Hitler Project luminary Allen Dulles.

Instead of doing hard time in the slammer for treason, Bush is handed about $1.5 million in Nazi assets, primarily shares of the Nazi front Union Banking Corporation, which had been seized in 1942 under the Trading With The Enemy Act. The Nazi cash forms a big chunk of the Bush family fortune and will doubtless be of much help to Bush's son, George "Bailout" Bush, and his grandson, George "I'm A Lyin' Guy" Bush, in their successful quests for the presidency of the United States.

But Prescott Bush and his father-in-law, Herbert Walker, are only minority shareholders and front men of the Nazi front Union Banking Corporation. It is really owned by none other than Roland and Averell Harriman along with a host of other Nazi operations which had been seized under the Trading With The Enemy Act. These include the Holland-American Trading Corporation, the Seamless Steel Equipment Corporation and the Silesian-American Corporation which used slave labor from Auschwitz. The estimated value of the Harrimans' Nazi assets is three billion dollars, a staggering amount of money in 1951.

1951: UNITED STATES. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover attempts to block the formation of the Kefauver Committee which is intended to investigate organized crime in the U.S. Hoover repeatedly tells committee members that he knows nothing about the Mafia. In fact, Hoover and his lover, FBI Assistant Director Clyde Tolson, are long time associates and frequent guests of leading American Mafiosi and receive lucrative "tips" on fixed horse races from their gangster friends.

Heavily censored documents in Senator Kefauver's FBI file will show that Hoover collected material on the senator, clearly for the purpose of blackmail or smearing him. Hoover refuses to provide FBI protection to Committee witnesses, even after two are murdered.

Even when the Kefauver Committee determines, despite J. Edna's protests, that the Mafia does exist and is doing big business in the U.S., Hoover, predictably, does nothing.

1951: JORDAN. The CIA's puppet ruler of Jordan, King Abdullah, is assassinated by a Palestinian activist. Abdullah is ultimately succeeded by his son Hussein who will continue in his father's footsteps as an obedient, and very well rewarded, puppet of the United States.

1951: UNITED STATES. The U.S. Army contaminates the Norfolk Naval Supply Center in Virginia with several types of infectious bacteria. The experiment has nice racist overtones: at least one of the strains of bacteria is chosen because blacks are thought to be more susceptible than whites. The Army doesn't restrict itself to infecting servicemen. Later in the year, the Army releases bacteria at National Airport in Washington, DC. The bacteria used will later be linked to food and blood poisoning and respiratory illness.

UNITED STATES: 1951-1974. Doctor Albert Kligman who, strangely enough, was not spirited out of post war Germany by Allen Dulles, nevertheless conducts a series of scores of grotesque and dangerous medical experiments on thousands of prison inmates in Pennsylvania worthy of Dulles' team of Nazi scientists. Kligman is quoted as referring to Pennsylvania's Holmesburg Prison as "an anthropoid colony" ideal for conducting medical experiments. Secret funding for the experiments is provided by the CIA and the U.S. Army's Special Operations Division at the Fort Detrick chemical and biological warfare facility.

On behalf of the U.S. Army, the CIA, Dow Chemical and Johnson & Johnson, Kligman along with numerous military and federal government physicians subjects the prisoners to poisonous vapors, radioactive materials, toxic materials applied to the skin, skin blistering chemicals, mind control drugs and countless other assaults. Under the CIA's Project Often, inmates are given drugs designed to create "temporary psychotic states" with the goal of "disturbing a person's psyche" and "inducing violent behavior." Under Project Often, the CIA succeeds in creating a drug known as "the Boomer" which can simulate a heart attack or stroke in the Agency's victim and creates "delirium lasting three or four days followed by amnesia".

Dow Chemical, the freedom loving manufacturer of napalm and, along with Monsanto, of the chemical warfare weapon Agent Orange, slips Kligman $10,000 to check out the effects of dioxin, a contaminant of Agent Orange, on the Holmesburg inmates. Dioxin is one of the most dangerous chemicals produced by man, liberally spread over Vietnam and other countries by the United States. Kligman injects large quantities of dioxin into seventy, mainly black, prisoners who develop severe lesions which are then left untreated for seven months.

Inmates are paid one dollar a day to participate in the experiments and do not give informed consent in violation of the Nuremburg principles requiring fully informed consent to participation in medical experiments. While the inmates suffer pain, disfigurement and lifelong health problems, Kligman cashes in big time as he uses the Holmesburg inmates in his development of the anti-acne drug Retin-A which makes him a very wealthy man.

In 1966, the Food and Drug Administration bars Kligman from research due to "discrepancies in his data" which Kligman blames on "sloppy record keeping" by prison inmates. The bastards.

In October 2000, three hundred former Holmesburg inmates will sue the University of Pennsylvania, Kligman and others for injuries resulting from Kligman's experiments. The suit will be dismissed because the statute of limitations has expired.

Like so many of his kind, Kligman will enjoy a life of wealth and prestige, dying in 2010 at the ripe old age of 93, an emeritus professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

1951-1953: IRAN. Mohammad Mosaddegh is democratically elected as the Prime Minister of Iran. Mossadegh is one of those crazies who thinks that the wealth of a nation should be used for the benefit of all of its inhabitants rather than for the foreign owners of a few oil companies. In May, he nationalizes Iran's oil fields. He does a lot of other crazy and dangerous stuff like establishing unemployment insurance and workers' compensation, abolishing forced labor and funding a broad range of public infrastructure. All of this is strictly verboten of course and the CIA hatches a conspiracy with the code name of Operation Ajax to overthrow Mossaddegh and install one of the world's most repressive and vicious dictators, the Shah of Iran who, with his notorious secret police fully trained and armed by the United States, will kidnap, torture and murder his way through the people of Iran for two decades .

1951-1956: UNITED STATES. The U.S. Air Force pays the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to study the effects of radiation on cancer patients. Enquiring minds might ask why the U.S. Air Force is suddenly interested in cancer treatment. The answer, of course, is that it isn't. The real agenda is to determine the possible long term effects of radiation on pilots flying projected nuclear powered planes. Invevitably, most of the several hundred victims are members of minority groups or indigents. Inevitably, the victims do not give informed consent in violation of the Nuremburg Code.

1951: UNITED STATES. The managing editor of the American Jewish Committee's Commentary magazine, relentless right wing propagandist Irving Kristol, is appointed executive director of one of the CIA's countless fronts, the deceptively-named American Committee for Cultural Freedom (CCF).

1951: BOLIVIA. The government of Bolivia is overthrown in a military coup. Typically, the U.S. immediately recognizes the military dictatorship.

1951: KOREA. The CIA attempts to murder Kim Il Sung, Premier of "North" Korea.

1951-ongoing: JAPAN. Rockefeller lawyer, Nazi shyster and Hitler Project organizer, John Foster Dulles, President Truman's special envoy charged with ending the U.S. occupation of Japan, writes the peace treaty of 1951 in such a way that most former Allied POWs and civilian victims of Japan during World War Two are prevented from obtaining any form of compensation from either the Japanese government or from the Japanese corporations which had profited from their slave labor. Dulles carries out his mission in complete secrecy and forces the other Allies to accept his draft (except for China and Russia, which refuse to sign).

Article 14(b) of the Dulles sweetheart treaty specifies: 'Except as otherwise provided in the present Treaty, the Allied Powers waive all reparations claims of the Allied Powers, other claims of the Allied Powers and their nationals arising out of any actions taken by Japan and its nationals in the course of the prosecution of the war, and claims of the Allied Powers for direct military costs of occupation.'

By fantastic coincidence, Dulles' little bit of legal legedermain has the result of rendering immune from recovery hundreds of billions of dollars worth of gold and other assets looted by Japan from the countries of Southeast Asia. By 1951, a very large percentage of the loot has ended up in the hands of the CIA which secretes it in scores of tame banks around the world and will use it over the next half century for a bewildering array of illegal operations including the re-arming of Japan and the arming of the "contra" terrorists who will attack Nicaragua in the 1980s.

1951: THAILAND. The government of Thailand is overthrown in a military coup. The U.S. loves a good, ruthless military dictatorship and immediately recognizes it.

1951: GERMANY. John J. McCloy, former Rockefeller lawyer, former adviser to Benito Mussolini and overseer of the non-bombing of American and German-owned Nazi armaments factories during World War II in his capacity as High Commissioner of occupied West Germany, commutes the sentences of all the Nazi industrialists convicted at the Nuremburg war crimes trials.

Shortly thereafter, concentration camp "doctors", SS mass murderers and war criminals of all stripes will be released under McCloy's orders after serving only fractions of their sentences. The vast majority of German war criminals as well as the American industrialists, financiers and lawyers who financed and armed Nazi Germany will remain happily unprosecuted. About ten thousand Nazis of one kind or another will be brought to the United States so that their invaluable skills may be employed by the U.S. government, its military and covert warfare agencies.

1951: UNITED STATES/BRITAIN. To wage psychological warfare against the people of the U.S., the U.K. and other English speaking nations, the CIA and Britain's Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) jointly create an "intellectual journal", Encounter, for the CIA's psychological warfare front organization, the Committee for Cultural Freedom (CCF). CCF executive director Irving Kristol becomes co-editor. The magazine, along with many other publications is financed via the CIA front Fairfield Foundation with money provided by the usual suspects including the Rockefellers, the Fords and Henry Luce.

1951-ongoing: UNITED STATES. Under National Security directive PSBD-33/2, the Truman regime establishes the Psychological Strategy Board (PSB), whose works and papers, for reasons which can only be surmised, are held secret from the American people to the present day. The PSB is a creature of the three main Hitler Project organizers and financiers, Averill Harriman, Allen Dulles and John Foster Dulles. The PSB's purpose is to centralize and coordinate the psychological warfare operations of the CIA, the Department of "Defense" and the U.S. State Department, conducting "extensive propaganda campaigns and mass-psychology experiments within the U.S.A., and paramilitary campaigns abroad". In other words, carrying out psychological warfare against the people of the United States.

Appointed director of the PSB is Gordon Gray, heir to the R.J. Reynolds tobacco fortune and sponsor of the child sterilization programs carried out by the American eugenics movement in North Carolina following World War II.

1951: KOREA. Various attempts are made at peace talks during the year. The danger of peace suddenly breaking out has the merchants of death and their shills on Wall Street all in a tizzy. On March 26, the New York Times reports that "The possibility of peace talks on Korea interrupted Wall Street's recovery today and caused a fair sized setback."

On April 12, Business Week laments that "the possibility of a temporary truce haunts United States policy planners." On May 20, that bastion of liberalism, the New York Times, says that "Sudden peace could work havoc with business." Well, we can't be havin' none of that, so let's get bombing.

Well, come on Wall Street, don't move slow,
Why man, this is war a-go-go.
There's plenty good money to be made
By supplying the Army with the tools of the trade.
Country Joe McDonald
1951-1954: CHINA. The CIA air drops terrorist groups into the People's Republic of China.

1951-1961: UNITED STATES. Nazi shyster and war criminal escape coordinator Allen Dulles is made deputy director of the CIA in 1951 and director in 1953, a position he holds until 1963 when he is fired by a hopelessly naive President John F. Kennedy following the humiliating defeat of the United States by Cuba at the Bay of Pigs. JFK forgot rule number one: no one fires Allen Dulles.

1951: UNITED STATES. A high-ranking Nazi scientist, Kurt Blome, whose specialty in the old country was injecting plague vaccines into concentration camp inmates, gets a chance to slip back into the old rubber gloves and have a bit more fun when he is hired to work on chemical and biological warfare for the U.S. Army Chemical Corps. All in ze cause of freedom, of course.

1951: KOREA. In October, the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff issues a secret order to General Mathew B. Ridgeway, commander of all U.N. forces in Korea, to initiate biological warfare on an experimental scale. In December, Secretary of "Defense" Robert A. Lovett orders that "actual readiness be achieved in the earliest practicable time" for the offensive use of biological weapons.

1951: KOREA, CHINA. Chinese Premier Chou En-lai charges that the U.S. military and the CIA have used germ warfare agents against North Korea and China. Statements from American POWs confirm that the U.S. had dropped feathers and insects contaminated with anthrax, yellow fever and cholera over parts of China and North Korea. This is all coincidence, however and has nothing whatsoever to do with all the germ warfare work being feverishly pursued Stateside. Although the U.S. denies the allegations, an international panel will investigate and confirm the charges.

1951-80: UNITED STATES. The U.S. conducts its first atomic test at the Nevada Test Site, spewing radioactive particles across Nevada, Utah and Colorado. Some nuclear explosions blanket Las Vegas with radioactive dust. But, according to the ever-truthful U.S. government and the tame mass media, there is nothing for citizens to worry their pretty little heads about. Those who point out that cancer and leukemia rates are skyrocketing in the states around the test site are accused, naturally enough, of being part of the great commie conspiracy to prevent America developing the necessary weapons of mass destruction to defend itself against the red devils who lurk behind every bush. A headline in the Los Angeles Examiner squeals, "On Your Guard, Reds Launch Scare Drive Against U.S. Atomic Tests".

When he becomes president, kindly Dwight Eisenhower orders the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) to keep Americans "confused" with its explanations about fallout causing cancer. Government employees who tell the truth are fired. It is not until 1980 that the truth about the testing is partially revealed when the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations concludes, "All evidence suggesting that radiation was having harmful effects, be it on the sheep or the people, was not only disregarded but actually suppressed." Hard to believe, ain't it?

1951-ongoing: UNITED STATES. The U.S. government, always keen to support its troops, deliberately exposes them to nuclear radiation and toxic contamination at the sites of atmospheric nuclear weapons tests in Nevada and other locations. Like the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the troops are nothing more than guinea pigs in a "scientific" experiment. The tests are a joint conspiracy of the Department of "Defense" and the CIA.

1951-1971: UNITED STATES. The U.S. Army's chemical warfare branch spends more than $26 million over two decades perfecting the use of LSD as a weapon against individuals and groups. The Army's experiments, based on "research" conducted in concentration camps by Nazi war criminals rescued from prosecution and then hired by the United States government, take place at forty eight different locations around the U.S. including hospitals, prisons, universities, psychiatric hospitals and U.S. Army bases. By 1959, the Army is ready to begin using LSD as a weapon "in real situations on an experimental basis".

1951: UNITED STATES. Under Project Artichoke, the U.S. Navy carries out human medical experiments to test the effectiveness of LSD, sodium pentothal and hypnosis for "interrogative purposes".