Have you ever heard of the Atomic Veterans?  Until Saturday night, I hadn’t.

On Saturday night I was listening to Coast to Coast AM hosted by John B. Wells.  The first hour of the show featured guest, Douglas Dietrich.

Dietrich is the son of a retired U.S. Navy Sailor. Douglas worked for ten years as a Department of Defense Research Librarian at the Presidio Military Base of San Francisco, where one of his major duties was document destruction. He then experienced the 1991 Kuwaiti campaign, serving in Desert Storm as a United Sates Marine.

After the unconditional surrender of the Japanese empire, Japan “demanded” that the United States clean up Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  Interestingly, despite the unconditional surrender, the U.S. government agreed and sent military personnel to both blast sites.  These soldiers were made to sign 20 year secrecy agreements preventing them from discussing what they saw.  Further, they were given no protective gear and told to camp at both ground zero sites.

Not surprisingly, the soldiers assigned to clean up the blast sites fell victim to radiation poisoning.  Instead of being treated, however, they were observed by “doctors” and scientists who were there to merely analyze and record the effects of radiation poisoning.

Basically, the u.s. government used their valiant soldiers, members of the “greatest generation”, as sub-human test subjects to be used and thrown away at the whim of the global elite.

And the beat goes on. Today soldiers invading foreign nations for the banks and oil companies are exposed to depleted uranium and then denied health care.  Then to add insult to injury, their life insurance proceeds are stolen from their families.

Perhaps now, is as good a time as any, for everyone, especially men and women in uniform, to wake up.

God help us, the cancer is malignant.