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Black hearts in white coats
‘Cheaper than Cats’

Psychiatrist Ernst Rudin’s “racial hygiene” policies in Nazi Germany and Serbian psychiatrist Jovan Raskovic’s “ethnic cleansing” agenda in Bosnia provide examples of how far off the rails things can go when social engineers hold sway.1

Closer to home, Canadian human rights advocate Rod Vienneau told Freedom that Heinz Lehmann, Ewen Cameron and other prominent psychiatrists performed numerous experiments on normal children held at various orphanages in Quebec from the 1940s through the 1960s.

Vienneau believes thousands of the orphans died, many of them from tests that allegedly included powerful psychiatric drugs, brain surgeries and lobotomies. He seeks a government probe of the deaths and related human rights abuses — a matter Freedom is investigating.2

Psychiatrist Robert Heath, who, like Lehmann and Cameron, received funding from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency for behavioral control or “mind-control” experiments, reportedly preferred African-Americans and hospital patients as subjects. According to fellow psychiatrist Harry Bailey, “in New Orleans, where it was cheaper to use Niggers than cats, because they were everywhere, and [they were] cheap experimental animals — they started to use them, Negroes and patients in hospitals....”

The New Orleans experiments, according to Bailey, included implanting electrodes in cat and human brains.


Ewen Cameron
Ewen Cameron
Heinz Lehmann
Heinz Lehmann
Harry Bailey
Harry Bailey
EWEN CAMERON, HEINZ LEHMANN and other psychiatrists reportedly performed drug and psychosurgery experiments on normal children at Quebec orphanages in which many died.
Robert Heath
Robert Heath
“In New Orleans, where it was cheaper to use Niggers than cats, because they were everywhere, and [they were] cheap experimental animals — they started to use them, Negroes and patients in hospitals....” Thus did HARRY BAILEY describe experiments by his fellow psychiatrist, ROBERT HEATH.


References:
1 Patricia Forestier, “Psychiatric Genocide, ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ in Bosnia,” Freedom, May 1993.
2 Christine Hahn, “A Legacy of Shattered Lives,”


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