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Section 45

What is Section 45? It’s a section within the Gate of Heaven Cemetery located in Hawthorne, a small census-designated district within Westchester County, just outside New York City. Some famous people are buried in this cemetery — James Cagney, for instance, Babe Ruth and former New York Mayor Jimmy Walker.

But in Section 45, there’s a mass grave where hundreds of impoverished orphans and ghetto children are buried — children who were subjected to hideous medical experiments under the direction of Anthony Fauci, the Covid-19 scientists who runs the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Rightfully, citizens around the globe have been attacking Fauci over his cruel experiments involving beagle puppies. These Gate of Heaven victims, though, have not spurred the same degree of outrage. Mighty surprising considering they aren’t pets, but actual children subjected to grotesque AIDs experiments. Vera Sharav, a human rights activist associated with the Alliance for Human Research Protection, is trying to address these corrupt practices, approved by Fauci. Here, Jamie DLux explains more about this blight, drawing upon the research of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.



Fauci’s Guinea Pigs

Jamie Dlux stumbles upon more evidence of the insidious research practices of Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984. Seems Fauci has been involved in research where children infested with AIDs were subjected to clinical tests that clearly increased their likelihood of risks and illnesses. These tests were done in New York as well as Illinois.
How has he retained his post for nearly 40 years? Do we have any standards whatsoever guiding the limits of medical research? These kids might have been guinea pigs. Fauci himself: A pig!

Here, Jamie Dlux returns with a separate video about Vera Sharav, founder of the Alliance for Human Research Protection and one of the individuals seen in Fauci’s Guinea Pigs. She tells her story of growing up in Romania and being sent to a Nazi concentration camp after her father died, leaving only her and her mother to fend for themselves. In this video, called The New Useless Eaters, she wonders why so many adults now are just following authority and not rebelling or questioning the insane new rules and regulations governing our lives.

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