EPA’s Illegal Human Experiments Could Break Nuremberg Code

Vatic Note:  This is another experiment to test our reactions. I think this is a new push for their "CARBON TAX" to get the last of our money from us, and give it to their bosses, the bankers.  So far, these elite have militarized our police, and have trained the police in the Federal FUSIA centers on local law enforcement.  This is their last straw bid for that carbon tax for no reason except to extract as much wealth from the "serfs", as they can get.

If they have no humanity with respect to what they are teaching our police, then what makes anyone think they would garner some humanity when it comes to these experiments.  After all,  Old people, children,  permanently handicapped are useless feeders and fodder for their experiments, who cares if they die? The Eugenics crowd is back and alive and well.  Killing off old people and other useless feeders as they tried to do back in the early 1920's, but it was made illegal and thus they had to give it up.  Not today.  Its still against the Bill of Rights and  our Constitution.  ITS ILLEGAL.  Arrest them.  

After seeing the lapel pins of the illuminati pyramids on all nations leaders, INCLUDING RUSSIA, that tells me they have made their declaration and  I realized that was the elite coming out of the closet and announcing they are operating now as a one world government.

This below is also another stepping stone in the one world order government, and if we do nothing as we have done with the last 5 murders of our innocent unarmed citizens, then this below will, by default, due to our inaction, become the law of the land.  Today its someone elses child, parent, grandparent, but if we say or do nothing, then tomorrow it will be your child, parent, grandparent or even yourself, for that matter, that becomes the fascist zionist states next victim.

Remember the Catholic Priest in nazi Germany that said "First they came for the communists and I said nothing, then they came for the Jews and I said nothing, and finally they have come for me and there is no one left to speak for me."  That is going to be our reality for not making a stink over this below.

They are taking the helpless and weakest members of our society and using them like animals.  They won't try that with us because they are cowards and are in fear over anyone that is not helpless.  That is  why they pick babies and old people.   So start taking down names and keeping a copy of this notification through reporting, and put down the date and present it by registered mail to the nearest law enforcement officer to the EPA office involved in these acts. We can do a citizens grand jury and indict these people.  Maybe that will stop all of this.

EPA’s Illegal Human Experiments Could Break Nuremberg Code 
by Steven Milloy, Washington Times. 

The Obama Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says no law empowers any judge to stop it from conducting illegal scientific experiments on seniors, children and the sick.

That astounding assertion will be tested Friday, when a federal district court in Alexandria decides whether it has jurisdiction to hear claims made by the American Tradition Institute that EPA researchers are exposing unwary and genetically susceptible senior citizens to air pollutants the agency says can cause a variety of serious cardiac and respiratory problems, including sudden death.

Although the lawsuit only addresses ongoing, purportedly illegal experimentation being carried out at an EPA laboratory on the Chapel Hill campus of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, EPA researchers and grantees have carried out dozens of similarly shocking experiments over the past 10 years at UNC and other schools, including Rutgers University, the University of Michigan, University of Rochester, University of Southern California and University of Washington.

During that time at those university laboratories, EPA-employed or -funded researchers have intentionally exposed a variety of people to concentrated levels of different air pollutants, including particulate matter (soot and dust), diesel exhaust, ozone and chlorine gas — the latter substance more recognized as a World War I-era chemical weapon than as an outdoor air pollutant.

Over the same period that the experiments in question have been conducted, the EPA has become more and more alarmist in communications to Congress and the public about danger the air pollutants pose to individuals even at commonplace, non-concentrated levels.

The EPA has determined, for example, that any exposure to fine particulate matter can cause death within hours or days of inhalation. EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson, moreover, has testified in Congress that particulate matter causes about 1 of every 4 deaths in America.

Not only is diesel exhaust largely made up of “deadly” particulate matter, but its components include polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), which the EPA considers to be cancer-causing. The agency generally says that any exposure to a carcinogen increases the risk of cancer. Diesel exhaust also includes lead. The EPA has determined that lead can be readily absorbed from inhalation into the blood and that there is no safe level of lead in blood.

The EPA has exposed its human guinea pigs to ozone levels as high as 400 parts per billion (ppb), more than five times higher than the EPA’s current standard and six times higher than the standard expected to be adopted in 2013. In a March 2012 letter to Mrs. Jackson from the agency’s Clean Air Scientific Advisory Council, a council member unwittingly commented that “[experimental] exposure of rats to 300 or 400 ppb may be very relevant to humans, but impossible to study in humans for ethical reasons.” Little did the council member know that EPA researchers routinely — but illegally — do the “impossible.”

Aside from the EPA-determined dangers associated with the air pollutants used in the experiments, there are the human study subjects. While some have been healthy young adults, others have been elderly, asthmatic or both. Many have been diagnosed with “metabolic syndrome.” Some had suffered heart attacks and, while they were in rehabilitation, were enrolled as human guinea pigs. EPA-funded researchers apparently have even exposed children to dangerous diesel exhaust and ultrafine particles.

The American Tradition Institute contends in its lawsuit that the EPA has broken virtually every rule established to protect human subjects used in scientific experiments, including the Nuremberg Code, ethics principles for human experimentation adopted following the Nuremberg Trials at the end of World War II, and similar U.S. regulations known as “The Common Rule.”

Rather than defending itself against the serious allegations made by the institute, the EPA instead has said it is essentially above the law and the federal court has no business hearing those serious charges.

The EPA claims the court has no jurisdiction to hear the case under the Clean Air Act (CAA): “Nothing in the CAA provides a meaningful standard to evaluate what air pollution EPA chooses to study or how. To the contrary, the CAA gives EPA broad discretion in the subject matter of its research program. Congress broadly mandated that EPA study the health effects of air pollution.”
Of course, Congress most likely thought the EPA would conduct such research in a lawful manner.

The EPA also says because “no judicially manageable standards are available for judging how and when [EPA] should exercise its discretion in deciding what research to undertake, EPA’s decision to study the health effects of [particulate matter] using controlled human exposure studies was a decision committed to the EPA’s discretion and immune from review under the [Administrative Procedures Act],” the general law governing the conduct of federal agencies.

The EPA’s view, then, is that because Congress has not enacted a law that expressly forbids the agency from violating the Nuremberg Code and federal regulations governing human testing or that expressly guides judges in evaluating the conduct of agency researchers who experiment on their fellow human beings, the agency has unfettered discretion to do as it pleases with the young, old, sick and anyone else who falls into its clutches.

Will it really take a special act of Congress to compel the EPA to adhere to common standards of humanity? Stay tuned.

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