US Army Organ Donor Registry: The Pentagon’s Recycling Program
(ACTIVIST POST) I’d like to expand your understanding of how sick, how anti-human, and how deranged American war is with some of my discoveries regarding Army organ transplantation, widespread brain damage, and the tormented victims of war that no longer truly live, but suffer in medical suspension just above death.
You must already know that the Pentagon’s “official” death lists, the KIA’s, or combat deaths, are an utter fraud, as are civilian deaths. A fatality is not considered a “combat death” if the individual is injured in an attack and then dies from those same wounds a year later in a hospital. Car accidents, accidental explosions or falls that result in death (even when they occur in a war-zone, which is all the time) are not considered combat deaths. Death from a disease acquired in the war zone is not considered a “combat death.” That includes cancer and chronic illness, which occurs much more frequently among “service-people,” and is likely caused by the toxic environment of deployment.
What the rolls of the dead also do not include, are the many thousands who continue on, to some extent or another, with permanently impaired brain function. This could mean many physiological things, including loss of memory, PTSD, retardation, quadriplegia, or total coma. USA Today reports that over 360,000 veterans of the Iraq/Afghan Wars have traumatic brain injuries. (Source).
However, there is a huge variation in the impacts of brain damage, so it is almost impossible to fully quantify. For example, a great deal of “service-people” have had concussions, which almost everyone fully recovers from, and are even simulated in boot-camp.
In other cases, the cerebral matter is so necrotic, or so much is missing, that the patient may have a better outlook for survival by having some portion of their brain restored via transplantation. The only way to accomplish this is by reaping the “leftover” cerebrum of a dead man in the form of stems cells, cerebrospinal fluid, vascular structures, or other.
When someone “joins” any branch of the military, their body no longer belongs to them. New techniques and medical experiments are regularly tested on “service-people,” and, should they die at some point while following orders, their remains may be used in whatever manner suits the government.
Frequently, the corpses of men are salvaged, their functional pieces re-used for living “service-people.” Whether it be a kidney, a lump of skin, an eyeball, or any scrap that can be assimilated by a living amputee, the cadaver is recycled when possible. In other cases, the bodies are incinerated and dumped in a landfill (Source).
I found several cases of cerebral matter being transplanted into brain injury patients listed at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research website and their affiliates. It leads me to believe the practice is much more common than the public is aware.