Bayer to Auschwitz: ‘We need 150 more women. The last group died.’

This post is going to be short because the information is simply what it is.

The Nazi industrial giants that conducted massive human experimentation in WWII concentration camps to develop both chemical warfare agents and pharmaceuticals are the same companies drenching tobacco crops worldwide in 2021 with nerve poisons and reproductive toxins while blocking any government regulation, oversight or research of any kind on the health impact of inhaling these pesticides through smoking tobacco products. Turns out that blocked research isn’t just about preventing any accountability for the health consequences of inhaling pesticides. It’s about the huge profits that come from addicting smokers – and not to leaves rolled in paper.

These Nazi enterprises have not only not gone away, their programs and agendas are proceeding without interruption. One of these Nazi industries is the largest tobacco pesticide manufacturer in the world, Bayer’s “Crop Science” megalith. Significantly Bayer is also a global pharmaceutical giant, and while this discovery has remained completely concealed in scientific literature, and while everyone has been completely baffled for decades by the addictive hold that cigarettes have on smokers, Bayer discovered long ago that inhaled pesticide residues are actually highly addictive neurochemicals in the cigarettes long after they have served their purpose as biocides in the tobacco fields. Of course we can assume that Bayer and others have tweaked the newest versions of their pesticides with these stealth addictive properties in mind.

Journal of the History of Neuroscience

2006 Sep;15(3):186-209. doi: 10.1080/09647040600658229.

Neurosciences and research on chemical weapons of mass destruction in Nazi Germany

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16887760/

“This article explores the toxicological and physiological research into the mechanisms of action of these novel nerve agents, and the emergence of military research objectives in neurophysiological and neurotoxicological research. Recently declassified Allied military intelligence files document secret nerve agent research, leading to intensified research on anticholinesterase agents in the peripheral and the central nervous system.” 

Anticholinesterase agents – which includes the Organophosphorous and Carbamate pesticides. Nerve poisons. They contaminate almost every cigarette and tobacco product brand in the US and the rest of the world. Not DDT – it acts differently on living beings. These nerve poisons were developed to finish the job that agents like DDT only began, once insects got tougher and even DDT didn’t do the whole job. From the “Green Revolution” through “Better Living Through Chemistry” all in a straight line from Nazi Germany’s experiments on human beings. You can get an idea of what the Tobacco industry wound up doing with all that Nazi ‘research’ by looking at a few bits of the surviving evidence from industry publications before the mid-1970s ‘cleansing’ of the worlds publications on the topic of pesticides and tobacco products. Some of this fascinating early Cartel research on these neurological pesticides in cigarettes can be found here  and  here  and here  and here and here

This quote is from a German pesticide company executive bragging about how Phosphine, their updated version of Zyklon B performs in American tobacco warehouses today, with the full consent and support of USDA, EPA and FDA:

“Adhering to the dosages, concentrations, and exposure times recommended in the relevant CORESTA Guide No. 2 will ensure that all four life cycles of an insect (that is, egg, larvae, pupae, and adult) are reliably exterminated. Almost needless to say that rodents also perish during treatment.”

Almost needless to say, rats too. And reliably exterminated as well. What an ideal gas! It must have been thoroughly tested at some time.

Finally, here’s an example of that anti-cholinesterase “research” done by Bayer that has made them the most profitable pesticide manufacturer in the world. I found these cold bureaucratic directions in correspondence between Bayer and the Auschwitz camp commanders, bargaining over the price to be paid for delivering human beings for experimentation to produce the anti-cholinesterase gasses that would become the foundation of Bayer’s pesticide fortunes. Bayer is the biggest producer of pesticides in the world, by far. And part of the reason they got so big after all those war crimes? They were helped right along by the US military. That was after the US military knew all about things like this:

From Bayer: “We confirm your response, but consider the price of 200 RM per woman to be too high. We propose to pay no more than 170 RM per woman. If that is acceptable to you, the women will be placed in our possession. We need 150 women.” 

Apparently those negotiations went well, because this was sent from the same Bayer office to Auschwitz a few weeks later:

From Bayer: “The transport of 150 women arrived in good condition. However, we were unable to obtain conclusive results because they died during the experiments. We would kindly request that you send us another group of women to the same number and at the same price.“ 

quotes from: Auschwitz: A New History by Laurence Rees (in)

To round out this post, while an unknown proportion of the world’s 7 million smokers who die from smoking each year – not from tobacco – are directly attributable to Nazi chemical science applied to cigarettes. All the monstrous chemical companies that have grown rich and fat off those deaths are doing just fine. Then of course there are all those highly profitable Chinese and Indian companies so it isn’t just the Nazis benefitting from the fruits of WWII human experimentation. Was that the end of human experimentation? Let’s ask a few prisoners in China and India.

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