Guatemala study part of a larger attempt to limit population growth of minorities ?

U.S.-led STD experiments come to light
Charlie Butts – OneNewsNow – 10/12/2010 3:35:00 AM

The United States is apologizing for intentionally infecting Guatemalan citizens, including institutionalized mental patients, with gonorrhea and syphilis without their knowledge or permission.

That experiment took place over 60 years ago, and about one-third of those infected never received adequate treatment. Moreover, they were even asked to pass the diseases on to others. Infected prostitutes were sent to the National Mental Health Hospital.

Life Dynamics president Mark Crutcher decides this exhibits an obvious ethics problem.

“Well, I think that’s part of a phenomenon that we’ve identified in our DVD, Maafa 21, in which a cadre of ultra-wealthy elitists in this world are using things like abortion, and in this case medical experimentation, to do away with…populations of people they don’t think have a right to live,” Crutcher explains.

He finds it interesting that “these people” always claim disinterest with genocide and maintain that that is not their interest or intent, but “every time one of these things is uncovered, you never see it being done on wealthy white people; it’s always minorities — people that they feel are inferior.”

The circumstances in the Guatemala case are comparable to the Tuskegee experiment in Alabama, in which hundreds of black men were told they were being treated for syphilis, when treatment was actually being withheld. The Guatemala experiments, conducted between 1946 and 1948, never provided useful information and were hidden for years.

Maafa 21 is a documentary that establishes the link between the eugenics movement and Planned Parenthood, which aims to reduce or eliminate minority population groups.

READ: Eliese Cutler wife to John C. Cutler of Guatemala syphilis study was a former Planned Parenthood board member founded in eugenics

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