Magic HIV hoax ambassador

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This video doesn’t say much, but I’ll post it to allow a discussion on how this generation’s prophets (sports and music figures) are used to promote agendas via myths.

I don’t know if there were other reasons for Magic to “retire” when he did (I don’t follow sports), but I doubt even the conspiracy reasons are real (shaving points – heck, the games’ outcomes are per-determined mainly by the officials).

Magic Johnson was used by the PRC to promote a myth, that is, that AIDS is a virus (where the concept of a virus itself is questionable). What is the real purpose of promoting a mythological disease? Creation of a new class/use of expensive chemotherapy drugs, promote abstention, discourage homosexual behavior, population control, or just general fear as part of the strategy of tension.

Either way, like Rob Ford, if Magic was really taking the chemical cocktail that kills 95% of all cancer patients that take it in short order, he would have at least lost a few pounds.

If everything he said about his condition was real, wouldn’t it make sense to promote and publicize what he is doing for others to benefit? Of course, the whole AIDS media fear campaign has long since abated and generally been abandoned, much like SARS and Polio, and more recently, ebola. Does anyone see the simple pattern?

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5 thoughts on “Magic HIV hoax ambassador

  1. xileffilex

    I was just thinking about variantCJD Creutzfeld-Jakob syndrome, which was a large scare store a few years ago. The old form leads to about 1or 2 deaths per million per year and the new variant identified in 1996, leading to mass slaughter of cattle.
    Total deaths in the UK since 1995 in this table is 177, but only 29 in the past 10 years!
    www.cjd.ed.ac.uk/documents/figs.pdf…

    I notice a prominent case in the USA recently. Again our information derives entirely from the scientfic community
    www.heraldextra.com…
    January 17 2015

    Former Speaker of the Utah House Becky Lockhart of Provo died at her home Saturday from Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease, according to Sen. Curtis Bramble, R-Provo.

    But even this was not thought to be new variant CJD:

    they believe it was a sporadic case

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