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Eerie parallels between Nazi scientists and modern GMO scientists

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(NaturalNews) The absolutely horrific war crimes that took place during World War II against prisoners both young and old in the Nazi death camps are often relegated to the dustbin of history, with the implication that such inhumane experimentation on human beings could never possibly happen again in today's modern, and supposedly more civilized, world.

But the disturbing truth is that the vile acts of Nazi scientists from the past eerily resemble those of biotechnology scientists today, who as you may already know are gradually converting the entire global food supply into intellectual property owned by multinational corporations -- all under the guise of feeding the world, of course.

What you may not know, however, is that many Nazi scientists actually came to America after the war and continued their legacies here, creating pharmaceutical, chemical and weapons companies that used many of the technological developments gained through these evil human experimentation endeavors. It is a sickening prospect, but one that is well-documented, though perhaps not widely known by the public.

Operation Paperclip, and the legacy of Nazi scientists in the U.S.

Now-declassified documents reveal that the U.S. military-industrial complex intentionally brought Nazi scientists to the U.S. after the war, in nearly every case concealing their identities in order to protect these war criminals from public scrutiny. The scheme was known as Operation Paperclip, and it served as the foundation for the development of many of today's chemical weapons, aerospace technologies and drug medicines.

"Of particular interest were scientists specializing in aerodynamics and rocketry (such as those involved in the V-1 and V-2 projects), chemical weapons, chemical reaction technology and medicine," explains OperationPaperclip.info, one of many historical records of what took place following the war.

"These scientists and their families were secretly brought to the United States, without State Department review and approval; their service for Hitler's Third Reich, NSDAP and SS memberships as well as the classification of many as war criminals or security threats also disqualified them from officially obtaining visas."

According to this same source, some 500 Nazi scientists were brought over to the U.S. as part of Operation Paperclip, and their continued work in various parts of the country would eventually lead to the formation of government programs like the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or what is more popularly known as NASA.

Nazi 'Health Leader' who gave experimental vaccines to prisoners hired by U.S. government

Other Nazi scientists who specialized in the areas of vaccines and pharmaceuticals were also brought over by the U.S. government to work on new projects for the American empire. One such scientist was Kurt Blome, a high-ranking Nazi scientist who served as the Reich Health Leader and Plenipotentiary for Cancer Research in the Reich Research Council.

According to one account of Blome's work during the war, the Hitler regime had apparently tasked him with developing biological weapons under the guise of cancer research. The Reich's official Deputy Minister of Health at the time, Blome performed covert experiments on prisoners that included subjecting them to various "extreme situations" in order to gauge their level of resistance.

One of Blome's specific tasks was to test experimental vaccines on prisoners, which included vaccines containing the plague. Blome also conducted tests with other biological agents including cholera, anthrax and typhoid, deliberately infecting prisoners with these pathogens in order to evaluate vaccine efficacy.

"In 1943 Blome was studying bacteriological warfare, although officially he was involved in cancer research, which was however only a camouflage," reads a letter sent by Anglo-American experts during investigations that took place at the end of the war.

Rather than hang Blome along with the rest of the Nazi criminals, the U.S. government quietly brought him over to the states and gave him a position with the U.S Army Chemical Corps to continue his work here. And many others like him, as we previously reported, also filled the positions of major drug and chemical corporations like Bayer, BASF and Hoechst.

Nazi legacy lives on through GMOs, vaccines and pharmaceuticals

Bayer, of course, is the same company that today manufacturers the pain-reliever drug aspirin. But its origins stem from a German company known as IG Farben that manufactured a chemical called Zyklon B, the chemical gas that was used to exterminate Jews and other "undesirables" at Auschwitz and other extermination camps.

And BASF, which today manufacturers genetically modified organisms (GMOs) that are distributed via Monsanto and other biotechnology channels, also got its start in Germany during the Nazi era. One of the "Big Six" biotechnology corporations today, BASF is one of the component companies spun off of the IG Farben empire after the war, along with Bayer.

"Post-war, IG Farben was broken up into separate companies, but those companies were following a common agenda," wrote Jon Rappoport in an in-depth piece about the Nazi roots of modern "medicine" and GMOs.

"If... you want to know why the endless debate over labeling GMO food rivals the real issue--banning GMO crops altogether--you can look to these Farben allies: Bayer, BASF, and Sanofi," he continued.

"They are among the leaders in GMO research and production. BASF cooperates with Monsanto on research projects. Sanofi is a leader in GM vaccine research."

In other words, the very same research projects that were taking place in the form of gruesome human experimentation during WWII are still taking place today. Only now, they have been institutionalized within the confines of multinational corporations peddling it as food for a starving world (GMOs) and modern medicine (pharmaceuticals and vaccines).

Many of today's vaccines, in fact, were developed as an extension of the research conducted on human prisoners during the war. One Nazi scientist by the name of Kurt Heissmeyer, for instance, is cited as injecting tuberculosis bacteria directly into prisoners' lungs at the Neungamme concentration camp in order to later develop a tuberculosis vaccine, which is now widely administered to children.

You can learn more about how Nazi scientists were brought over to the U.S. after the war, bringing with them the technological prowess that is now being used to create modern drugs, GMOs and vaccines, by checking out the book Operation Paperclip:

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