Canada prides itself on being a modern democratic country with great respect and consideration for human rights and freedom. But the pristine image Canada portrays does not reflect the deceptive methods employed to hide her dirty secrets from the world.
Canada sends our troops to protect the people of Afghanistan, from crimes against humanity.
What would our soldiers think if they knew that the term, crimes against humanity, also applied to acts of brutality, administered by the Department of National Defense, and inflicted upon innocent Canadian men, women and children in our own country.
How many WWII veterans would be sickened to discover that Nazi war criminals were secretly imported into Canada, dressed in Canadian military uniforms and sanctioned to command secret military research programs. That known criminals were sanctioned to conduct human medical experiments similar if not identical to those performed upon innocent Jewish prisoners in Hitler's concentration camps, with the assistance of Canadian, British and American personnel.
One such facility was located on the Royal Canadian Air Force Station Lincoln Park, located in Calgary, Alberta, while facilities at the Suffield Research Station were utilized for the purpose of testing chemical and biological warfare agents.
Canadian men & women were kidnapped, confined and starved to death in order to determine their duration of survival without any solid food. Other men & women were subject to dehydration in order to determine their duration of survival without fluids.
Canadian men were kidnapped, confined and subjected to a biological warfare agent in order to determine the effectiveness of the agent to exterminate the wounded survivors of a nuclear exchange.
Perfectly healthy Canadian children were acquired from orphanages and hospitals for the purpose of human medical experimentation. Confined to wire cages (holding cells) the children suffered torture, sexual abuse, rape, medical operations, brainwashing, drug testing, electric shock treatment, insulin shock, chemical warfare agents and deprivation, whereby roughly 96% either died as a direct result of the experimental process or were systematically liquidated.
Some of those children who survived beyond the age of 9 years were subjected to further study, which included a program studying the long term effects of trauma. Therefore some individuals continued to be subject to brutal abuse for a period of roughly 30 years.
No consideration or medical assistance has been offered or provided to these survivors as the military command has seen fit to deny their existence and their injuries, despite suffering severe disabilities resulting from such severe brutality and torture.
The Lincoln Park records pertaining to the years 1954 through 1958 remain classified and actively protected by law some 50 years after the fact.
A ministerial inquiry initiated in 1993 resulted in an admission of responsibility by a member of the Canadian Forces Military Police National Investigative Service after accessing classified archived records, but that admission was quickly dismissed by those in command, which resulted in a cover-up similar to that applied to the Somalia investigation occurring at the same time and authorized by the same officers.
Intimidation and threats have been applied by the Department of National Defense and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in an effort to avoid further disclosure and or investigation in respect to this matter.
All attempts to access assistance and consideration for survivors has been effectively blocked through the manipulation of official channels.
In October 1956 a Royal Canadian Air Force Military Police member was attempting to blow the whistle on the illegal actions occurring at Lincoln Park. His activities were discovered and both he and his wife were murdered in order to prevent disclosure. The two victims names were Charles Jackson and Jean Jackson who at the time of their deaths resided in Building 11 on the Lincoln Park Base. Records were destroyed and altered to prevent further inquiries. Archived records confirm the existence of Charles and Jean and their place of residence in 1956. Both murders were witnessed by a survivor in the context of experimental subjection to trauma.
On May 17, 1958 13 children aged 2 to 9 years were held in cells in the basement of the Lincoln Park Medical Research Facility. All of these children had suffered extensive injuries as a result of their participation in experimental programs. On the afternoon of May 17, 1958 all 13 children were put to death and their bodies removed from the base for disposal. All of which was witnessed by a survivor in the context of experimental subjection to trauma.
More than 23 children acquired for experimental programs either died or were killed as a result of injuries resulting from their participation in medical experiments between 1954 and 1958.
More than 42 men and women were kidnapped, confined and subjected to terminal experiments between 1954 and 1958.
Many of the children acquired for these secret experimental programs were also utilized for the purpose of child prostitution and the manufacture of child pornography.
Despite repeated appeals to the Canadian Dept. of National Defense, the Prime Ministers Office and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police by and on behalf of survivors all such appeals have failed to produce any form of assistance or care for disabled survivors of these secret experimental programs.