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    AIDS: Manmade Biological Weapon

     
    It remains unknown when the virus that would kill by destroying the human immune system was first conceived in some scientist's brain. However, intelligence reports indicate that the actual laboratory experiments at Fort Detrick, Los Alamos and Cold Spring Harbor began during the 1910s. How the experiments were conducted? According to espionage documents, under the heading "Common Genetic Alterations of RNA," virologists mixed and cultured a combination of bovine leukemia virus and sheep maeda-visna virus. Maeda-visna produces a nervous system degenerative disease in sheep, plus a lung infection, that is one hundred percent fatal. The entire sheep population of Iceland was wiped out by its outbreak between 1930 and 1950. These deadly animal viruses, on their own, could not leap the species barrier between animal and man. Bovine leukemia virus is deadly in cows, but not harmful to man; the same holds true of sheep maeda-visna virus. In all of nature, there were only a handful of known viruses including Yellow Fever, Smallpox, Dengue Fever and Lassa Fever capable of the leap between species. But the bovine and sheep viruses were repeatedly injected into human tissue in the Fort Detrick labs until they actually mutated by incorporating human genes.

    Eventually the desired "cocktail mix" which humans could host was obtained. Once it was established that the virus could become a "natural" human infection, experiments proceeded with human body fluids, which were repeatedly injected with the successful "mix." The Fort Detrick virologists learned that the surest way to transfer the new "virus cocktail" to man was by repeated injections, such as occur when drug "partners" use the same needle, or through certain types of sexual activities frequently engaged in by homosexuals. According to intelligence reports, the virologists at Fort Detrick drew heavily on the work of Russian scientists N. N. Vorobeva and G. D. Zaleski. They claimed that virally mutated vaccines artificially triggered many of today's diseases which were not common a hundred years ago. The Russians believed, for instance, that smallpox vaccines could cause hardening of the arteries. What the Fort Detrick researchers found was that herpes is the most important factor in the AIDS structure. The herpes virus, they wrote, activated the HIV virus to perform its deadly work. This may sound like the script from a Resident Evil movie, but the fact remains that the virologists and scientists in the CAB labs did produce an unnatural creation a new genetic "cocktail," half-animal, half-human, and a certain killer capable of making the species leap.

    Here is how Dr. Seale described their invention: "The AIDS virus (human immunodeficiency virus or HIV) is a lentivirus a little-studied sub-family of the retroviruses. It is highly pathogenic to human, but it differs very much from any other virus of humans. It is the first virus to have appeared in mankind for many centuries which is entirely new, highly lethal and spreading steadily from person-to-person worldwide." This was not a well-meant attempt that went haywire. This was not the work of a mad scientist. This was a project coldly calculated to discover whether a new virus could be created that would decimate a population in a seemingly "natural" plague. The experiments were concluded in 1917. Thus was born the AIDS virus.

    The Chemical and Bacteriological Warfare labs were under heavy pressures to produce deadly new weapons. With the Vietnam War raging, relations between the two great superpowers had deteriorated to worse than ever. There was real paranoia in both governments about the other's intentions and capabilities.

    A Department of Defense expert on biological warfare, Dr. McArthur, in testimony before the House Appropriations Committee actually described what we now know as the AIDS virus: "Within the next five-to-ten years," he said, "it probably will be possible to make a new infective microorganism which would differ in certain important aspects from any known disease-causing organism. Most important of these is that it might be refractory to the immunological and restorative process upon which we depend to maintain our relative freedom from infectious disease. The total cost of such a program, which we could complete in five years, is in the region of $10 million."

    Dr. McArthur made these statements more than a decade before the first reported AIDS case in America! On October 2, 1970, former Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara famous for his "body count" strategy in Vietnam explained to a group of international bankers the dangerous situation they faced. "We can begin with the most critical problem of all," he said. "Population growth, it is the gravest issue that the world faces over the decades immediately head." At present trends, he announced, the world's population would not stabilize until about the year 2020 at a population of about ten billion, more than double the population of 1970. "We can assume that the levels of poverty, stress, hunger, crowding and frustration that such a situation could cause in the developing nations which by then would contain nine out of ten human beings on earth would be unlikely to assure social stability, or political stability. And for that matter, military stability." Clearly, McNamara was letting the "haves" of the world know of the chaos they faced if they took no action. "It is not a world that any of us would want to live in," he said. "Is such a world inevitable? It is not sure, but there are two possible ways in which a world of ten billion people can be averted. Either the current birth rates must come down more quickly. Alternatively, the current death rates must go up. There is no other way. There are, of course, many ways in which the death rates can go up. In a thermonuclear age, we can accomplish it very quickly. Famine and disease are nature's ancient checks on population growth, and neither one has disappeared from the scene." One intelligence source found that McNamara was alluding to the development of new bacteriological warfare methods and that he actually discussed them with certain carefully selected delegates after the conference. McNamara was most likely speaking humorous about nuclear war. Not even Lord Russell would have advocated that solution. However, as head of the World Bank and a former Defense Secretary and leading spokesperson for Olympian causes, McNamara knew the secret work being done with Chemical and Bacteriological Weapons. He knew that bacteriological weapons were viable. He also knew about National Security Memorandum, which stated that U.S. political and economic interests "will require that the President and Secretary of State treat the subject of population growth control in the Third World as a matter of paramount importance." The research into this biogenetic form of population control was a carefully shielded secret. Nothing leaked into the news media just as nothing leaked during the years when thousands of scientists and engineers and workers were creating a nuclear bomb in the "Manhattan Project." The only glimpses available even now come from old intelligence reports and impenetrable scientific publications.

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