When people talk about the mass internment and executions of people carried out by Germany and Japan during World War II, people tend to think of them in trite terms but without much detail as to the specifics. In Germany, the plan was called Aktion T-4, and in Japan it was Unit 731. Both performed the same evil deeds, which was to use human beings in deadly medical experiments for sick purposes because they had no regard for human life and did not care about anybody. Part of these experiments in Germany included the use of the weed killer chemical Zyklon B on human beings, which was developed and carried out by SS officer Karl Fritsch, who was also responsible for the execution of St. Maximilian Kolbe, and in Japan were the infamous freezing and gas chamber experiments performed under the Japanese scientist and microbiologist in the Japanese army Shiro Ishii.
A lot of people declare “never again” when talking about what happened during the Second World War, but human history has a disturbing way of repeating itself. This tendency reared its ugly head again on television recently after two major French doctors discussed on it that they support human experimentation on poor Africans to find a vaccine for COVID-19.
A discussion between two top French doctors on live TV left viewers horrified when they proposed that Africa should become a giant laboratory for coronavirus vaccine testing because the continent lacked the resources to defend against COVID-19.
In the segment broadcast on the French TV channel LCI, Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht raised the idea of testing new vaccines on impoverished African populations.
Mira is head of the intensive-care department at the Cochin Hospital in Paris, while Locht is the research director at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, known as Inserm.
“If I can be provocative,” Mira said, “shouldn’t we do this study in Africa where there are no masks, no treatment, no intensive care? A bit like we did in some studies on AIDS. We tried things on prostitutes because they are highly exposed and do not protect themselves.”
Locht agreed, saying: “You are right. We are actually thinking of a parallel study in Africa to use with the same kind of approach with BCG placebos,” referring to vaccination against tuberculosis that Inserm says has appeared to protect children against infections, particularly respiratory ones. (source)
Remember that the first genocide of the twentieth century is also one of the least talked about, which was the Herrero genocide of Namibia as the then German Empire slaughtered tens of thousands of Herrero people and took their bodies and used them in bizarre “science” studies that were used to provide a basis for eugenic ideas that were important in the philosophy of the future Reich.
It does not matter what the race is of the person in question. Bizarre human experiments directed against people called “poor”, whether or not they were actually poor, is another way of calling them “subhuman” many times and justifying weird political ideologies. This sort of behavior has a long history in the US, where for a long time, the Anglo-Saxon ruling elite attempted eugenic-type experiments against poor whites and blacks, and when large numbers of immigrants from Europe came over who were from Catholic backgrounds, attempting to incite violence against them using the same above-mentioned two groups while also hating them at the exact same time.
If this is what these doctors are discussing publicly, what is happening in France at large? Or Germany, especially in light of the rise of nationalism.
This is in France and would apply to her “former” colonies (she still controls all of West and Central Africa save Ghana and Nigeria by way of the West and Central African Francs), but the US should take notice. America has a very long history of eugenics, and it would not be a surprise if the ruling individual and families who hold control over major US assets, knowing that they already have strong tendencies and support of eugenics, would attempt to do something like to the American population in the name of security and economics.