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Johan Van Dongen is a man who cares about humanity. He often says, 'Smartness is a form of stupidity' if you're intelligent use it wisely but not to destroy.' As a scientist, he believes the scientific world is on the wrong track when it comes to the secret of using human beings for experiments and for testing bio-weapons.
Professor Johan van Dongen was born on May 15, 1946, to a family in the southern part of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, during one of the coldest days in that time of the year.
In 1969, at the age of 23, Johan was appointed as a laboratory animal keeper at the Department of General Surgery in the basements of the Dijkzigt Hospital in Rotterdam, part of the Erasmus University. Because of his experience with dead animals and as a butcher he knew a lot about the anatomy of animals.
From 1969 to 1976, he studied the professions of Laboratory Animal Keeper and Animal Technology at the University of Leiden The Netherlands and graduated in 1973. From May 1972 to 1976, Johan studied Experimental Microsurgery at the Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands and graduated in May 1976.
He was a lecturer at the University of Maastricht until his appointment was terminated. In the medical establishment, his 42 years research revealed that Aids, Ebola, Lassa fever and other diseases were man-made and used as bio-weapons as a means to depopulate Africa.
He wasn’t happy over the medical crimes his fellow scientists were committing, especially, the secret use of Africans as Guinea pigs in testing drugs, manufactured in Europe and America. He left the establishment to expose them in his books previously published in his native language Dutch, ‘Aids, the greatest crime in medical history.'
The Dutch government and other world leaders weren’t happy about the publications because the medical holocaust was a hidden crime world leaders knew about it but kept it secret. The exposure of Aids and Ebola as medical crimes wasn't likely taken by the Dutch government.
Branded as a 'whistleblower,' Dongen's appointment as a lecturer was terminated. microsurgeon