Documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act expose Dr Fauci’s secret island of monkeys procured for bizarre experiments involving injecting monkeys with various kinds of infectious diseases such as Lassa and the Ebola virus which led to hemorrhaging, pain, brain damage and loss of motor control and organ failure among multitudes of other things.
Morgan Island, South Carolina
A group that set out to investigate taxpayer-funded animal experiments has unveiled a document exposing the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases’ (NIAID) “excruciating experiments” on rhesus monkeys.
The monkeys originating from Morgan Island off the coast of Beaufort in South Carolina are acquired and owned by NIAID.
Vice president of advocacy and public policy for the White Coat Waste Project (WCWP), Justin Goodman, told the journalists that the taxpayer watchdog group which operated on a nonprofit basis had obtained the document through means of Freedom of Information Act in October.
The document shed light on the fact that the NIAID had spent $13.5 million of taxpayer money to fund the experiments. The same experiments involved injecting monkeys with various kinds of infectious diseases such as Lassa and the Ebola virus which were leading to hemorrhaging, pain, brain damage and loss of motor control and organ failure among multitudes of other things.
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Charles River Laboratory
NIAID is a division of the National Institute of Health (NIH) which itself is a part of the widely esteemed U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), headed by it’s director Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“In many of these experiments, Fauci and staff intentionally withhold pain relief, even though these are some of the most excruciating experiments in the federal government,” Goodman said.
The WCWP recently exposed the NIAID beagle test that included the horrifying scenery of sandflies eating the dogs alive, as well as experiments related to the use of experimental drugs to 44 beagle puppies before they fell victim to dissection and were ultimately killed.
The Federal Budget Database shows that the Department of Health and Human Services has donated $13.5 million to Charles River Laboratories which has a potential award of $27.5 million since 2018 to breed and maintain monkeys.
NIAID paid $8.9 million of that $13.5 million.
The island which was owned by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources was being leased to the Charles River Laboratory.
The island crossed the WCWP radar when the team investigated “fear experiments” being conducted on monkeys at NIH lab in Bethesda, Maryland.
Upon further investigation into these experiments at NIH, the WCWP discovered the source of the monkeys to be Morgan Island.
“We started triangulating information about that island with the experiments at the labs, and we found that Fauci’s labs are the single largest supporter of that island,” Goodman said.
The year 2020 saw there being 3,521 monkeys being present on the island as 750 were born annually. A number between 500 and 600 monkeys were being shipped to the NIH and NIAID laboratories.
Dr Fauci Abusing Animals Since 40 Years
“It’s very unlikely that Fauci didn’t know about this given the amount of money involved and the fact that these experiments are happening in his own laboratories,” Goodman said.
“These aren’t being contracted somewhere else. They are happening in his own house. If he’s going to get credit for any good he does, he needs to get blamed for any bad that’s happening on his watch as well. The buck stops with him, and he’s certainly responsible.”
The source of the monkeys is claimed to be the Caribbean Primate Research Center in the year 1979 as part of a shipment.
The monkeys reestablished their former social groups back from the Caribbean research center upon being transported to the island, claims PubMed.gov.
The stuff you’ve seen on social media barely scratches the surface. Dr Anthony Fauci has been abusing animals for 40 years.
Notoriously Unreliable Vaccine Research
The reason used to justify the experimentation is vaccine research. However, metrics show that despite having biological similarities to human, the NIH said that nine out of ten drugs that pass tests on animals fail in humans because they don’t work or they are dangerous, Goodman said.
“Research shows that despite their similarities to us, they are incredibly poor predictors of how vaccines and other drugs are going to act in humans,” Goodman said.
Six separate beagle experiments funded by Fauci was exposed by the WCWP.
In one of the highlighted procedures, NIAID staff performed a “cordectomy,” which included cutting the dog’s vocal cords to avoid it trying to bark, howl, or cry during an experiment.
“The reason that the Department of Health and Human Services gives on its website for using beagles is that they are small and docile, meaning they are easy to abuse,” Goodman said.
“White Coats,” Goodman said, “is a reference to those conducting the experiment, and ‘Waste’ is a reference to the horrible return on investment the taxpayers are getting from this type of experimentation that agencies like the NIH admit are incredibly inefficient and rarely improve human health, though the NIH alone continues to spend $20 billion a year on animal experimentation like what’s being done to the monkeys from Morgan Island.”
Dr. Stacy Lopresti-Goodman, a primate expert, psychology professor, and WCWP adviser, said, “Primate experimentation is a cruel and notoriously unreliable way to develop drugs and treatments for humans, and it doesn’t deserve taxpayers’ support.”
Dr. Tiffani Milless, a pathologist and medical adviser to WCWP, said that “infecting nonhuman primates with painful and debilitating illnesses with the goal of curing humans is not just cruel, but it’s incredibly wasteful.”
“The NIH should stop squandering tax dollars on wasteful and cruel primate testing that doctors like me cannot use to actually help people,” Milless said.