TUSKEGEE; never EVER forget Tuskegee; the infamous Syphilis Study; in order to track the disease’s full progression, researchers provided no effective care as study's African American males died

by Paul Alexander

These men here were the subjects (600 men in Macon), 1932 start, poor sharecroppers, many had never before visited a doctor; 399 men latent syphilis and control group of 201 others were disease free

These men could have been our fathers and grand fathers…our best friends…blood runs in them nice and red like yours and mines…beautiful human beings…treated like filth…

Never EVER forget what these government beasts did…to good human beings, hard working poor people…they like to play God…like Fauci….and his noble lies…you are too stupid, the unwashed masses, you cannot decide for yourself so you need these elites, these crooked twisted inept incompetent demonic power-drunk money hungry elites to run your life and one day when you know the truth of the wrong they did, you will ‘understand’ and ‘be alright and forgive’ for they did good by you…you could not do it yourself so you ‘need them’….

And African Americans must not trust Fauci and Walensky and Francis Collins with these vaccines…ever….

“In order to track the disease’s full progression, researchers provided no effective care as the men died, went blind or insane or experienced other severe health problems due to their untreated syphilis.”

I want you to never ever forget what the government scientists like the ones in CDC, NIH, and FDA today, what they did back then…and still do today…

My great great xxx grand-father was a plantation slave back in the islands..so I/we were told by my grand mother…rest her soul…

“The men were monitored by health workers but only given placebos such as aspirin and mineral supplements, despite the fact that penicillin became the recommended treatment for syphilis in 1947, some 15 years into the study.”

Participants in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study
A man receiving treatment in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study.

A man receiving treatment in the Tuskegee Syphilis Study.

The National Archives

You see in every man or woman’s life, there is a story…issues…we a;; have ‘issues’…this was a good one in the arc of Bill’s life, though in the end it may be told by misdeeds.

Herman Shaw speaks as President Bill Clinton looks on during ceremonies at the White House on May 16, 1997, during which Clinton apologized to the survivors and families of the victims of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study.