64,000 African-American women and girls are missing. Where are they? The dark past of the American medical history, and the miraculous applications of melanin, hold important clues…
Dedicated to Kenyon Mason
Bring Back Our Girls
64,000 African-Americans girls are reported missing, but nobody’s looking for them. Why?
Despite representing 12.85% of the population, black Americans accounted for nearly 226,000 — or 34% — of all missing persons reported in 2012. According to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center, the comparison with other racial groups is unfavorable: Whites and Hispanics are a combined 80.1% of the population, but account for 60% of missing persons.
This is especially troubling when you break down the numbers by age. Black and Missing reports that 37% of missing minors and 28.2% of missing adults in 2013 were black. No fewer than 270,000 minorities have gone missing since 2010, 135,000 of whom were black and 64,000 were black women, according to the Atlanta Black Star.
Essence points to a 2010 report titled “Missing Children in National News Coverage,” which found that while black children accounted for 33.2% of missing children that year, the media exposure rate was an unimpressive 19.5%. While black men go missing at statistically higher rates, coverage of black female disappearances is particularly telling in light of the attention similar stories get when white women are involved.
“In the field, I’ve seen a majority of black missing children classified as runaways, who don’t get Amber Alerts.”
No way the same US government and media that gave so much attention to 2-300 Nigerian girls would ignore 64,000(!) its own, unless there was a reason. The most likely reason is organ harvesting, and the the skin is the body’s biggest organ. Considering America’s dark history of medical exploitation of Blacks, this isn’t as far-fetched as it seems at first.
First of all, there’s a long history of medical research using unwitting/unwilling African-American women for medical experiments:
on the 19th century medical plantation—a locality spatially separate from the agricultural plantation—black women’s bodies were imagined as the ideal test subjects of research and innovation within what became modern gynecology.
That trend has continued from Emancipation until today, at the GOVERNMENT level: ”
throughout their long history in the USA, African-Americans have been secretly used as guinea pigs for medical experimentation by various American governments
It’s a MARKET. The medical industry cannot advance without unwitting/unwilling Black subjects. Cells secretly harvested, and later cultivated from a Black woman are the source of ALL cells used for medical research- vaccines, cloning, testing, etc. “This represented an enormous boon to medical and biological research” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrietta_Lacks
So, yes, if a multi-billion dollar, multi-national, centuries old industry is based on the bodies of stolen and captive Black female bodies, then it will continue along the same lines that it has succeeded: stealing black women, experimenting with them, and harvesting their biological material.
Melanin: More Than Just A Color
You also need to be aware of just how badly pale (“white”) people actually need melanin, the many ways that they use it, and the price of melanin on the market.
Though people will go so far as to sniff nasal sprays to increase their melanin, its medical and cosmetic applications go far beyond tanning. Let’s look at one example: Meladine.
Meladine is “an “Accessory to a Surgical Laser Instruments used for Hair Removal” to enhance the effects of lasers for the treatment of non-pigmented hair”.
- It “simply deposits natural melanin into the hair follicle which aids the laser in targeting the hair follicle for removal… simply deposits natural melanin into the hair follicle which aids the laser in targeting the hair follicle for removal.”
Now you tell me, wheretf do they get this “natural melanin” that has to be so frequently applied? They certainly don’t say so on their site: http://www.sunrisemedicalsupplies.com/FAQMeladine
So, to think that the pharmaceutical industry, which, like any other industry, puts profits before morals, would take “unethically-sourced” melanin is probably a very sane thought, making the opposing thought, of course, insane.
Melanin: Fountain of Youth?
Let’s go back to Henrietta Lacks, whose cells are the source of all medical research cells. What made her cells so special? They wouldn’t die.
The cells from Henrietta’s tumor were given to researcher George Gey, who “discovered that [Henrietta’s] cells did something they’d never seen before: They could be kept alive and grow.” Before this, cells cultured from other cells would only survive for a few days. Scientists spent more time trying to keep the cells alive than performing actual research on the cells, but some cells from Lacks’s tumor sample behaved differently from others. George Gey was able to isolate one specific cell, multiply it, and start a cell line. Gey named the sample HeLa, after the initial letters of Henrietta Lacks’ name. As the first human cells grown in a lab that were “immortal” (they do not die after a few cell divisions), they could be used for conducting many experiments. (wikipedia)
This was probably because of their melanin. My theory is that Lacks’s cells were the first black person’s cells harvested and tested, hence their surprise at the difference melanin made.
There’s a popular expression “Black don’t crack”, and it’s true that healthy melanated people who eat a healthy natural diet don’t seem to age. This woman is 74 years old!
So the need for melanin goes far beyond avoiding skin cancer. It’s the key to life itself.
When you consider that a body fails to produce melanin only if and when the pineal gland is calcified- a fossilized organ in the center of a living brain!- you see how melanin is involved in much more than skin color and skin cancer. Read this astounding comment to the Washington Post article “Scientists Find A DNA Change That Accounts For White Skin”
Europeans also have a calcified Pineal Gland which is responsible for the production of melanin (skin pigmentation), melatonin (the hormone that induces sleep), and seratonin (responsible for strong mental health and ‘happiness’) this is NOT true for Albinos. Albinos can produce a child of COLOR this is NOT true for Europeans. 70-80% of Europeans have a calcified Pineal Gland, whereas Black people have a fully functioning Pineal Gland.
Melanin is a natural skin block from UV rays of the sun. This is why White people put on things like sunscreen. Sunscreen is nothing more than an artificial form of melanin. Melanin basically converts sunlight into vitamin D which is essential for bone growth, and the natural protection against diseases. Black people, much like plants, LITERALLY convert sunlight into vitamin D. White people can’t do that that is why, as the article states, EVERYTHING has Vitamin D added to it. That is for the benefit of WHITE PEOPLE not for us. That is ALSO the reason that Black people are the most prone to being lactose intolerant and White people AREN’T. You are NOT supposed to drink milk after a certain age because you body no longer NEEDS IT. White people do. How many animals in nature do you see still drinking their mother’s milk after a certain age?? You don’t because they DON’T NEED IT. Black people need to STOP drinking milk.
The calcification of the Pineal Gland meant the extremely LOW production of melanin which caused White people’s skin to become ‘white’ NOT Albino white. I guarantee if you do some research into decalcifying your Pineal Gland which is most commonly known as the ‘Third Eye’ you’ll find about a million websites on it. Now why is that?? Because White people are just now finding out what the Pineal Gland is FOR. They used to think it was an unnecessary appendage like the appendix. So they have to mislead you into thinking it is nothing more than a small genetic mutation that ‘doesn’t matter’.
To Infinity and Beyond
Watch the following short video, showing how the skin looks in UV light. It gets really interesting at 1:18 :
There definitely are planets with atmospheres similar enough to ours to sustain human life. However, they may not have the same kind of sun or source of light, or the same kind of atmospheric protection from the many different types of light and other radiation that ours does. In a harsher environment, melanin would be key. It’s a safe bet that melanin is necessary to space travel and colonization of planets. All the more reason to harvest and study it.