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US Government crimes & fake apologies

Swiss LibertarianSep 19, 2021, 3:25:48 AM

The US government, while nowhere nearly as criminal as the Nazis, the Soviets, the Chinese communist government or any other totalitarian regime, has committed horrible crimes internationally and against its own citizens.

This includes the human nuclear exposure experiment:


and the Tuskegee Syphilis Study:


Here is a more complete list of such experiments:


When such crimes are exposed, they occasionally had to apologize, mostly for political reasons. When you watch the videos below, observe how they congratulate each other and celebrate their "honesty" and "doing the right thing", practically expecting people to be thankful to the government for admitting to those crimes. They expect people to trust the government.

Note that they do not apologize for things that they managed to keep under wraps, e.g. MK Ultra and so many others.

Clinton promised that in the future, full informed consent would be mandatory for any future experiments. Until Fauci and his illegal gain of function research in China, followed by the equally criminal mRNA experiment - not just on US citizens, but on more than 2 billion people around the world.

This is why I don't care much for government apologies. They are never honest.

The Human Nuclear Exposure Experiment

This is video footage of President William Jefferson Clinton delivering remarks on accepting the report of the advisory committee on human radiation experiments. This footage is official public record produced by the White House Television (WHTV) crew, provided by the Clinton Presidential Library. Date: October 3, 1995 Location: Room 450. OEOB. Washington, DC



The Tunguskee Syphilis experiment



(16 May 1997)

President Clinton is taking steps to right a wrong by apologising to the black men whose syphilis went untreated because of a federal experiment.

He is also seeking to regain the faith of blacks who mistrust the government to this day because of the notorious Tuskegee study, which began in the thirties.