US government doctors injected patients with plutonium.

Eileen Welsome won the Pulitzer Prize for a series of newspaper articles about how the US government exposed unwitting people to radiation during the cold war. This included injecting people with plutonium.

I’m sure the doctors that did this felt they were doing the patriotic thing. Or maybe it was for money. In any case, what happened to the Hippocratic oath? They are murdering maniacs in my book.

The Plutonium Files

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22 thoughts on “US government doctors injected patients with plutonium.

  1. Lord have Mercy! (But NOT on the Doctors and Scientists!)

    The ONLY way to see to it that this doesn’t happen,…is to stay away from Doctors and Scientists!

    She talks a lot about UCSF,…that bloody place is where they withheld my records for three years and NEVER reported to either me, or the doctors that referred me to SF,…of a 5.7CM *CYST*,…they also failed to (mention) the results of a stomach biopsy they had done on me,….after three requests for records,…having to go to supervisors,…the report said, “Established Giardia”. No one ever treated me,….and nine months later,..the fungal colony (CYST), had ripened into full blown cancer,…and had ever spread to my pancreas-2.4CM!

    They would entice me down there one weekend a month, with a free room at a swanky place, with shuttle service to and from UCMC I think they called it. The Dr. I call “Snape the snake”. He was THESE GUYS!

    Sorry to always make it about me,….but I’ll bet we will all look back on questionable studies done on us that never did feel RIGHT!

    In short,….many of us have been murdered. We just haven’t fallen over yet!

    These things will ALL be revealed on the Last Day! We will see Redemption win!

    Be of good cheer, eh? I am! 🙂

    I love you ALL!
    Jilly

    • I don’t trust doctors. If I have to visit one, I would want him to work for me. I don’t want to wait for months for an appointment, and then talk to him for 6 seconds, and then he writes a prescription that will kill me. I want to talk to him for a week, about my whole life history of symptoms, and share with him all the research I have done.

      In this rapidly expanding Fukushima radiation & fungus plague, malpractice is going to kill a huge percentage of the victims.

      • This echoes my experience with these loosely labelled, easily libeled vermin. (oops)

        They can’t seem to tell apart respiratory illness here, mostly because none of them actually do more than “look”. Tests cost money, it seems.

        I’ll never let any of them near me with an X-ray unit now; knowing the managerial mindset of cost-cutting, one can only wonder when these actually receive meaningful maintenance and or calibration. “I know, let’s use X-Rays to check the TB’s progress! One would think a civilized respectful Doctor worth his or her salt would somehow find a unique harmonic for them little critters & blast them lil buggars with ultrasound, but i digress.

        In canada, our medi”care” system is socialized, so like so many other things government, it’s all so Welfare. Wealth & “FareWell” is what many locals call it.

        It is so difficult to talk meaningfully with an officially accredited “Doctor”.
        Even when alone with one, it seems so “crowded” in the office with all the differing or conflicting corporate policies and interests involved.
        Somehow it seems that official accreditation only guarantees the recipient can charge their clients much more…

        I do so love it when every so often one of their representatives will claim a “treatment” that is indeed, in their words, one hundred percent successful.
        When i hear this, my “lack of trust for Godless mankind” inner voice flatulently bursts “one hundred percent for those it did work upon….”!

        Perhaps worthy of note is when people actually receive successful treatment, sometimes nobody seems more surprised than the physician.

        • Since officially, there is no radiation problem, it will never be recognized as the cause of your ills by the doctor. I can’t see how this could result in anything but malpractice. But even if it was recognized that radiation is behind these illnesses, the doctors still wouldn’t know what to do anyway, since they are ignorant of the effects of radiation on the body.

          • That reminds me so much of Tommy Chong’s response to the “marijuana problem”.
            “Nah, man. It’s no problem. Everybody has it”
            Maybe they can finally manufacture rope in the state of Washington, although who is to know when it’ll be legal for it to cross state lines.
            It would be fitting though, considering Washington, the first President, sowed hemp, IIRC.

    • YES, you reduce candida by reducing inflammation. The body usually fights pathogens by increasing inflammation.. with candida it’s different.

      The T-cells called Treg cells counteract the inflammatory Th17 cells. So they reduce inflammation. But when candida is present, the Tregs get converted into Th17, which fight the candida. Then the Th17 goes away when the candida does. Apparently this only works with candida and not other fungi. It seems to be an innate adaptive process of the body.

    • Quote of the aforementioned good Doctor:

      There is no hiding the fact that baking soda, the same stuff that can save a person’s life in the emergency room in a heartbeat, is a primary fungal treatment option of the safest most effective kind. When taken orally with water, especially with water containing high magnesium content, and or when used transdermally in medicinal baths, sodium bicarbonate becomes a first-line medicinal for the treatment of fungus infections.

      Quoted from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_bicarbonate

      Small amounts of sodium bicarbonate have been shown to be useful as a supplement for athletes in speed-based events

      Sodium bicarbonate was sometimes used in cooking vegetables, to make them softer, although this has gone out of fashion, as most people now prefer firmer vegetables that contain more nutrients. However, it is still used in Asian cuisine to tenderise meats. Baking soda may react with acids in food, including Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid). It is also used in breadings such as for fried foods to enhance crispness.

      Heat causes sodium bicarbonate to act as a raising agent by releasing carbon dioxide when used in baking. The carbon dioxide production starts at temperatures above 80 °C. Since the reaction does not occur at room temperature, mixtures (cake batter, etc.) can be allowed to stand without rising until they are heated in the oven.

      I can only hope that these and or similar methods can reduce any intake of mycotoxins, including fungi. One must ensure that cooking utensils and other related items do not react or otherwise add impurities as well. (just loving that ‘stainless’ from parts unnamed that never seem to polish leaving clean cotton instead of ‘blunt’ grey)

      Low electrical conductivity is a hallmark of purified water for the chipmaking industry. Would it not be true that some of the best results could be obtainable with low concentrations of SodiumBicarb/MgSO4 low-conductivity water?
      I mention low concentrations as it would seem that any great amount could likely chemically “burn” a person not to mention strip so many vital nutrients and fatty acids as well, perhaps.

      One other consideration being the source of bicarb, tumeric, et al, is the sources of these substances. I am not certain the source of which in say a supermarket. Yet is not Sodium Bicarbonate a biproduct of a chemical industry? One does forsee the possibility of Caesium Bicarbonate being an appreciable impurity (depending upon root ingredient sources), so i am hoping that somebody can shed light upon this (despite being so off-topic; my apologies to Bobby, other contributors, & readers).

      May we all remember where all Wisdom and knowledge comes from.

      • Quote from : http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002429.htm
        Although aflatoxins are known to cause cancer in animals, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) allows them at low levels in nuts, seeds, and legumes .

        I am seeing a pattern emerging concerning the FDA, actually it seems to be a bodycount. Like they are leaving behind breadcrumbs presumably for Hansel & Gretal to find, one could only fantastically imagine?

        So, they “kill” these food items first by “Pasteurization” only to miss the carcinogenic & probably mutogenic agents with their “aOK” stamp upon it, wink wink, nudge nudge?

  2. Good reasonings Tech Dude,……I hadn’t thought about what might be in the baking soda!

    For candida,….I’ve also re-discovered caster oil.

    Family Docs used to have their patient’s entire family come in every six months for caster oil treatments,…..an attempts to keep parasites at bay. Sadly, we abandoned that healthful practice.

    • are you using Arm & Hammer Jilly? I am now using Bob’s Redmill.
      Says it has no aluminum. I got somethin to say about that… I am only 3X into using it. hella yeast colony killer in the intestines when taken up the bum.

        • It’s those impurities that have me wondering…

          Is the following comment true?
          Quoted from anon33262 – Post 15: http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-soda-ash.htm
          “Soda ash is also a bi-product of mining trona (aka baking soda), which is where your arm and hammer brand will come from. Trona is a hard salty rock mined near Lyman, Wyoming. It is a major industry, although widely unknown. The USA used to be the largest producer of this until the mines in Wyoming sold their technologies to China.”

          Quoted from: http://www.wma-minelife.com/trona/tronmine/data0000.htm
          ” All Wyoming trona is mined underground. The trona is mined, then processed into soda ash or bicarbonate of soda, for a variety of uses. Wyoming has the world’s largest deposit of trona, and supplies about 90% of the nation’s soda ash.

          Glassmaking consumes about half of soda ash output, followed by the chemical industry, which uses about a quarter of the output. Other uses include soap, paper manufacturing, and water treatment. All baking soda comes from soda ash, so you may have a boxful of a Wyoming trona product right in your kitchen.

          Wyoming’s trona originated as a precipitate from an ancient large Trona chunk freshwater lake. About 50 million years ago, Lake Gosiute covered as much as 15,000 square miles in southwestern Wyoming. Over a long period of evaporation, minerals settled to the lake bed to form the trona deposit which we mine today. “

          Therefore, baking soda should be nonradioactive. It would be interesting to see what, if anything, is revealed with pin diodes & NaI scintillators searching for the usual suspects.

          Knowing that this substance goes through industry first, though….

          Can anyone confirm, before it goes into Vgirl‘s butt?

          • Quote from: http://www.wsgs.uwyo.edu/research/minerals/trona.aspx
            “Trona, or natural soda ash, is a sodium sesquicarbonate compound (Na2CO3.NaHCO3.2H2O) that occurs as an evaporite mineral in the Wilkins Peak member of the Eocene Green River Formation in southwest Wyoming. Trona, which is 70% sodium carbonate, is refined to produce sodium compounds, particularly soda ash (Na2CO3). Baking soda is pure soda ash. Soda ash is the second ingredient by weight in glass after silica, where it lowers the melting temperature of silica sand. It is also used in soaps, detergents, inorganic chemicals, water purification, flue gas desulfurization, and a number of other products and processes. The manufacture of compounds such as sodium phosphate, caustic soda (NaOH), and sodium cyanide (used in gold refining) also depends on trona.”

            and then there’s this: http://www.epa.gov/radon/states/images/wyoming.gif
            Presumably if any accumulated in ore, one would think it’d be released during processing and therefore likely not an issue other than perhaps for those processing ore. Hopefully, the “fracking savants” can’t screw that up, too; otherwise we’re looking at what, California, Mexico, Africa, China inc, etc. as sources (not that there’s anything wrong with that ;))?

            Here’s an updated radon map for canaD’uh: http://www.carst.ca/en/maps.html
            In it one can see how truly mixed the geology, even spot some ancient meteorite craters in NE Quebec, btw.

            Quote from: http://www.cityofgreenriver.org/index.aspx?NID=246
            “Egyptian & Roman Uses
            Ancient Egyptians first used soda ash over 5,000 years ago. They recovered the chemical from dry lake-bed deposits or manufactured it by burning seaweed and other marine plants. This crude product was used to make glass ornaments and vessels. The Romans also used it for baking bread, making glass, and as medicine.

            Quote from: http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/field_offices/Rock_Springs/minerals/trona.html
            “the early Romans used it as an ingredient in medicines and bread.”

            “How is trona extracted? Mining occurs at depths ranging from 800 feet to 1600 feet below the surface in trona beds that are 8 to 14 feet thick. The trona ore is recovered utilizing dry or wet methods. Dry mining is similar to underground coal mining; the mine workings are developed using room-and-pillar and longwall mining techniques. The mining cycle includes shearing the trona from the face with either a longwall shearer or continuous miners and then loading it onto conveyor belts. The conveyor belts move the trona to ore skips that carry it to the surface through vertical shafts. The recovered trona ore is stockpiled on the surface to be used as feed for the processing plant.

            Wet mining (solution mining) is done by injecting a solution from the surface into the trona deposit using a series of bore holes as injection wells. This is done in either previously unmined ground or in the mined-out areas of active operations. In both cases, the injected solution dissolves the trona ore which saturates and enriches it. Subsequently, the saturated solution is pumped to the surface through recovery wells for further processing into soda ash. Some mine operators use dry recovery methods for primary ore extraction and then wet mining methods for secondary recovery. This technique results in maximum recovery of the trona reserve, some of which was previously considered unminable.”
            is this an origin of the pizza? unleavened bread?

            I have a fracking suspicion that this may be worthy of some more scrutiny to ensure pure sources, nothing to get panicky, just due dilligence on the whole.
            Na2CO3·NaHCO3·2H2O seems somewhat reminiscent of Na2[B4O5(OH)4]·8H2O or borax, yet it seems that in the past i was so wrong about borax.

            Quoted from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borax
            “Borax, sodium tetraborate decahydrate, is not acutely toxic.[19] Its LD50 (median lethal dose) score is tested at 2.66 g/kg in rats:[20] a significant dose of the chemical is needed to cause severe symptoms or death. The lethal dose is not necessarily the same for humans.

            Sufficient exposure to borax dust can cause respiratory and skin irritation. Ingestion may cause gastrointestinal distress including nausea, persistent vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. Effects on the vascular system and brain include headaches and lethargy, but are less frequent. “In severe poisonings, a beefy red skin rash affecting palms, soles, buttocks and scrotum has been described. With severe poisoning, erythematous and exfoliative rash, unconsciousness, respiratory depression, and renal failure.[21]

            Boric acid solutions used as an eye wash or on abraded skin are known to be particularly toxic to infants, especially after repeated use, because of the slow elimination rate.[22]

            Borax was added to the Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC) candidate list on 16 December 2010. The SVHC candidate list is part of the EU Regulations on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals 2006 (REACH), and the addition was based on the revised classification of Borax as toxic for reproduction category 1B under the CLP Regulations. Substances and mixtures imported into the EU which contain Borax are now required to be labelled with the warnings “May damage fertility” and “May damage the unborn child”.[23]”

            getting back to baking soda:
            Wikipedia has some warnings for usage: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sodium_bicarbonate
            “Small amounts of sodium bicarbonate have been shown to be useful as a supplement for athletes in speed-based events, like middle distance running, lasting from about one to seven minutes.[31][32] But overdose is a serious risk because sodium bicarbonate is slightly toxic[33] and in particular gastrointestinal irritation is of concern.[32] Additionally this practice causes a significant increase in dietary sodium.”

            One would think that the athletes are combating lactic acid, perhaps?

            I don’t know if any of this helps any body, yet it seemed concerning, the use of potentially extreme-pH material on soft tissue. Must say, i’m a little uninformed on this topic, so thought i’d post some things to inform all readers and learn more back.

            May Wisdom speak to you louder than She does to me that you may share and all hear Her equally. 😉

      • World’s best anti-fungal, as vgirl said. And,…you DO need to get it as close to the fungal colony as possible,…….:-)

        Way to go, vgirl!!!

        Love hearing this! We have all of whatever we’re ingesting, breathing, drinking,….and where does it all go? Nowhere,….it sits and destroys everything in it’s vicinity.

        Move ‘er out I say! 🙂

        Loves!
        Jilly

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