World MAN-MADE AIDS Day - December 1
by ALAN CANTWELL, MD
(11-29-13) The AIDS epidemic in America rarely makes headlines anymore. In the mind of the public the disease, which officially started in June 1981, is still believed to be a sexually-transmitted disease mostly affecting male homosexuals, drug addicts, prostitutes and promiscuous people. According to the Henry J Kaiser Foundation (March 22, 2103), there are an estimated 1.8 million people in the U.S. who have been infected with HIV; and over 650,000 people have died of the disease.
December 1, we commemorate World AIDS Day as an opportunity to learn the facts about HIV/AIDS and put knowledge into action. This year (2013) there are 34 million people worldwide estimated to be living with AIDS/HIV. Twenty-two million have already died.
How did this happen? In my view, the media and the AIDS establishment have never revealed to the public important facts concerning the epidemic and its origin. We are repeatedly told that HIV/AIDS in the U.S.A, came from Africa. But how is that sexually and biologically possible? How could a supposedly black African heterosexual disease (that scientists claim has been around for decades or centuries in Africa) suddenly transform itself into an exclusively white male homosexual disease in America in 1981, at a time when an AIDS epidemic was unknown in Africa?
Is AIDS, in reality, a man-made disease originally produced by human experimentation or human error? Could the bio-engineering of dangerous viruses that preceded the "gay plague" be responsible for the origin of AIDS? In view of covert and unethical government-sponsored human vaccine and radiation experiments that preceded AIDS, is it fair to blame gays, blacks and chimpanzees for a disease that could have been started by vaccine programs utilizing gays and blacks as guinea-pigs? Is there an AIDS cover-up?
There is strong evidence to suggest that HIV/AIDS is indeed a man-made disease, and it is time to "rewrite history" to include long-forgotten and suppressed facts about AIDS and its origin.