Israel, US conduct deadly drug tests on Ethiopian women

By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Jan 28th, 2013
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The racist Israeli regime and the US intentionally test a deadly banned birth control drug on ethiopian women

“The drug that the people are using is Depo-Provera. It’s being used on African American women by the Pfizer Corporation (the world’s largest research-based pharmaceutical company). They know that it kills; they know that it sterilizes they know that it destroys people,” said a member of the Dignity Human Rights and Peace Organization, Randy Short in an Interview with Reporters on Friday.

“It causes cancer, contributes to AIDS and Chlamydia (infection) and osteoporosis. It is illegal in Canada and in Europe, but it’s being used all over Africa,” he further added.

Recent reports show that the medium-term birth control drugs, banned in many countries due to their deadly side effects including death, are used by Ethiopian Jewish women living in Israel. The US government and the Pfizer Corporation also encourage Ethiopian women to use these drugs.

Described as the deadliest birth control drug on the planet, a billion-dollar campaign led by Bill Gates has been launched to increase the distribution of Depo-Provera throughout Africa.

Short went on to say that the Zionists see black people as sub-human and that they are “on the front lines to face confrontation with the Palestinians.”

Referring to one of his friends who was a former US Senator, Cynthia McKinney, the analyst said that “when she (McKinney) was in jail trying to make a Gaza boat run, the jails were full of Africans. They’ve a prison camp in Sinai; there were riots last year.”

Describing an Israeli politician Avigdor Lieberman as a racist, Short also said that Lieberman has publicly announced his hatred for the blacks and Africans.

He further argued that, in Israel, there are other racist people such as the greatest Jewish scholars Maimonides who believe “the people who were black were essentially apes, just above monkeys.

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