HIV and Anthrax
tkeske at mediaone.net
Mon Dec 31 11:38:47 EST 2001
"> It has come to my attention that the supposed HIV/ AIDS problem is a
> myth. This myth is spread by a concerted effort and plan by white
> supremacists, white people who want to keep the black people of the
> world down, want to stop black people from having children and taking
> their rightful place in the world.
Why then can the country not keep up with the funerals? These people
are not dying of hypochondria.
A better question would be why so many black Africans, gays, and
drug addicts can be dying, while white, sexually promiscuous high schools
and colleges in the U.S., which have huge problems with other sexual
diseases such as herpes, etc, can still, after 2 decades, remain so
untouched, relatively speaking.
The thought that there might be "co-factors" that are necessary for
the deady disease syndrome is not unreasonable. The thought that
there is no real, contagious disease at work, is completely unreasonable,
in view of the unprecedented scale of death.
The better question is what really caused this disease to break out,
as it did, where it did, when it did.
We now have anthrax attacks in the United States, that are known to
be of a strain that was produced our own military labs. How did that
happen? Nobody knows, yet.
A virus from chimps could easily have been discovered by someone,
and mass-propagated. With the thousands of chimps that were used
in labs, and given the level of knowledge about retroviruses that
existed for decades before AIDS, such a discovery *should* have
There is reason to believe that AIDS had a man-made introduction:
IMHO, the world is not fit to survive if it viciously suppresses
knowledge of what really happened. The weight of evidence
suggests that AIDS had no more "natural" an origin, than did the
anthrax in New York and Washington. HIV is part of the same
madness embodied in Sept 11, in Russia's Biopreptat, in Iraq,
and in the Pentagon's secret world. What is unreasonable is
for people to dismiss this likelihood, out-of-hand. Even without
a shred of evidence, the suspicion would be highly reasonable,
purely on general principles, alone. However, there is a great
body of evidence. It is merely evidence that is unacknowledged
for reasons of unscientific, dishonest, political motive.
The madness of our own researchers, who rushed headlong to produce
these deadly creations, is little better than the madness of the terrorists
who seized them as weapons.
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