Dr. Len Horowitz – A History of U.S. Biological Warfare Research

November 14, 2015

By Suzanne Maher

DR. LEN HOROWITZ – A HISTORY OF U.S. BIOLOGICAL WARFARE RESEARCH

Dr. Len Horowitz author of such books as  Death in the Air:  Globalism, Terrorism & Toxic Warfare and Emerging Viruses:  AIDS and Ebola presents a half hour video that first discusses how wealthy industrialists such as the Rockefeller and Carnegie families monopolized public health by the early 1930’s, by exercising their exclusive control over medical education and quashing all medical competition in the natural healing arts and sciences, through funding only students, faculty, and academic institutions that exclusively emphasized the most profitable approaches to health care.

A number of past cases of the United States Government performing biological experiments on the population is explained, such as with the Tuskegee Syphilis study which infected 400 black men with the deadly Syphilis bacteria between 1932 and 1972, and the Rockefeller Institute’s 1932 Puerto Rican cancer experiment, where at least 13 innocent people were killed by being injected with experimental cancer viruses. Also discussed is Merck Pharmaceuticals recent recall of Vioxx, which harmed millions of people worldwide prior to the company pulling it from the market.

Richard Nixon promised the public in 1969 that the United States would close down it’s production of biological warfare agents and destroy all of the biological weapons that it had produced, but in fact it was only a political ploy and nothing had changed except for the public’s perception of the operations, through the labeling of the operations being changed from ”offensive” to ”defensive,” and funding for the research was actually then increased.

Dr. Len Horowitz – A History of U.S. Biological Warfare Research