The Auschwitz Lesson

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The Auschwitz lesson: brief overview of plausible evidence which supports that atrocities, experiments are occurring in the United States today.

Special thanks to Allen Barker and Steve Hardy for sharing much of the following information

  • Auschwitz Under Our Noses By Anne Applebaum, February 4, 2004; Page A23
  • "Nearly 60 years ago last week, Auschwitz was liberated. ...Quite a lot has changed in 60 years, but THE WAYS IN WHICH INFORMATION ABOUT CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY CAN SIMULTANEOUSLY BE 'KNOWN' AND NOT KNOWN HASN'T CHANGED AT ALL.
  • ...Look, for example, at the international reaction to a documentary, aired last Sunday night on the BBC. It described atrocities committed in the concentration camps of contemporary North Korea, where, it was alleged, chemical weapons are tested on prisoners. ...DO WE REALLY KNOW THAT IT IS TRUE? WE DON'T.
  • ...North Korea is far away and, quite frankly, it doesn't seem there's a lot we can do about it. Later -- in 10 years, or in 60 -- it will surely turn out that quite a lot was known in 2004 about the camps of North Korea. It will turn out that information collected by various human rights groups, South Korean churches, oddball journalists and spies added up to a damning and largely accurate picture of an evil regime. It will also turn out that there were things that could have been done, ... Historians in Asia, Europe and here will finger various institutions, just as we do now, and demand they justify their past actions. And no one will be able to understand how it was possible that we knew of the existence of the gas chambers but failed to act."
  • The Boston Globe, April 6, 2003, Pg. C8 Book Review Secret Empire by Philip Taubman [Washington Post editor], by Gregg Herken, Smithsonian curator. "...Despite the faults and failures that Taubman cites, it is difficult to imagine how the United States will become less reliant upon its eyes-and ears-in-the-sky. Instead, THE NRO'S WIZARDS IN CHANTILLY, VA., ARE NO DOUBT LOOKING FORWARD TO THE DAY WHEN THEY WILL HAVE THE ULTIMATE IN TECHNICAL COLLECTION CAPABILITY: A SATELLITE THAT CAN SEE INTO THE MIND OF THE LIKES OF SADDAM HUSSEIN OR OSAMA BIN LADEN."
  • Quote by Philip Taubman [Washington Post editor] on CSPAN's Booknotes, April 13, 2003. "...if you stumble or learn about something that's particularly sensitive, THE GOVERNMENT WILL SOMETIMES COME TO NEWS ORGANIZATIONS. ...They've done it with "The Washington Post" and they'll say please DON'T PUBLISH THAT AND, ON OCCASION, WE WILL AGREE WITH THAT TO PROTECT THE SECURITY OF THE COUNTRY."
  • San Francisco Chronicle, November 10, 2003, "DEVICES THAT READ HUMAN THOUGHT NOW POSSIBLE, STUDY SAYS Brain implants could help severely disabled." by Carl T. Hall. " the annual meeting in New Orelans of the Society for Neuroscience, the world's largest gathering of brain researchers. ...But that was still enough Nicolelis said, TO SHOW ANIMAL AND HUMAN BRAINS CAN BE READ MUCH THE SAME WAY. ...Dr. Jonathan Wolpaw of the New York State Department of Health's Wadworth Center described new methods of reading signals that can be detected outside and just beneath the surface of the skull, SUGGESTING THE POSSIBILITY THAT SOME DEVICES MAY NOT EVEN HAVE TO BE IMPLANTED INTO THE BRAIN."
  • Pasadena Star News, January 25, 2001 "Rats dream about running mazes, study shows." by Jay Lindsay AP. "...the study published in Friday's issue of the journal Neuron. ...The scientists had the mice perform specific tasks in a maze that produced VERY DISTINCTIVE PATTERNS OF BRAIN ACTIVITY. When they repeatedly saw almost exactly the same patterns reproduced during sleep, they concluded the rats were dreaming about running through the maze. THE CORRELATION WAS SO GREAT THAT SCIENTISTS SAID THEY COULD PLACE WHERE IN THE MAZE THE RAT WAS DREAMING IT WAS. ...Scientists could manipulate the rats' experiences in a way that is not permissible with people."
  • US News and World Report, "Wonder Weapons" by Douglas Pasternak, July 7, 1997, P 38 "...Moreover, medical researchers worry that their work on such things as the use of electromagnetic waves to stimulate hearing in the deaf or to halt seizures in epileptics might be used to develop weaponry. In fact, THE MILITARY ROUTINELY HAS APPROACHED THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH for research information. "DARPA [Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency] HAS COME TO US EVERY FEW YEARS TO SEE IF THERE ARE WAYS TO INCAPACITATE THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM REMOTELY." Dr. F. Terry Hambrecht, head of the Neural Prosthesis Program at NIH, told U.S. News.
  • The Inspector General of the Department of Justice issued a report on January 27, 2004 concerning alleged violations of civil rights and civil liberties under the USA Patriot Act.  In categorizing the complaints received during the June 14, 2003 through December 15, 2003 period, a separate category was established titled, "Number of 'unrelated' complaints: 720".
    Footnote 5 on page 4 of the Report explains exactly what this means. "Complaints in this category cite no improper act by a DOJ employee or contractor or no discernible nexus between the alleged conduct of the DOJ employee/contractor to any Section 1001-related civil rights or civil liberties violation.  Examples of this category include complaints that the government is broadcasting harmful electronic signals to individuals, claims that the government is intercepting dreams, and allegations that the government is using subliminal messages to force people to engage in certain acts."
    The whole Report is available on line at:
    Thanks to Harlan Girard of the International Committee on Offensive Microwave Weapons for this find. 

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