When? Friday, April 3, 2015 4:11pm EDT
I WON’T GO QUIETLY – HIV AIDS:
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The addition of this topic to our forum is long, long overdue.
What follow here will be, naturally, my personal opinions or conclusions or hunches about this story, that of course can be debated or denied. Regardless, I believe that the topic still deserves a relevant spot on our forum because it is a crucial story of propaganda, no matter the truth or fakery behind it.
AIDS has been a long crucial deception, a global scam, a propaganda tool, a fearmongering tool, a life-changing, traumatizing event for millions.
It has changed people’s lives and changed our culture and changed our love life seemingly forever and with no turning back… and then, as if it was nothing, we buried it. We just pushed it magically out of our rich compounds, to let it live its almost eternal life of propaganda among the poor that we want to convert and put under trial, before welcoming the reformed ones to the magics of our global world.
We know that it works. We have seen it happening with the gay community, that apparently we submitted to this trial only so that it could emerge a winner if not a ruler into our global culture years later.
More mysteriously, AIDS has been the other face of a coin: the coin of internet and the computer life that we have been asked to live since then. In an age when cold war didn’t scare anyone anymore, and Al-Quaeda was a long way to come yet, there was AIDS. On one side of the coin there had to be this traumatizing fear, especially targeting physical contact and intimacy, so that on the other a new form of contact without bodies and without danger could arise. Internet as the 220;safe” place. Where viruses are metaphorical.
I wonder, would internet ever had expanded this fast without AIDS? After all, in a matter of months it was clear that internet was going to be mostly a giant waste of time, and for millions, a trap into a life of solitude. Almost 20 years later, websites like facebook still ride on that old premise and bring entire generations to the same consequences, even if the fears have shifted and changed in the meantime.
The conspiracy theory
The conspiracy theory regarding the AIDS hoax revolves essentially around the research of professor Peter Duesberg (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Du…) and his book Inventing the AIDS Virus, published in 1996. The book makes for a compelling read, still today, and makes a strong case for the HI virus to have been linked arbitrarily to the symptoms of AIDS, that would in reality be caused by a combination of lifestyle choices and not by the virus itself, who would be an innocuous passenger of the human body.
In other words, there never was any risk of direct infection from this illness, and, as Duisberg argues, the highest ranks of the medical community and government have always known this but kept it a secret, to make careers and more importantly rake billions out of unnecessary cures and drugs.
Duisberg arguments are many. I am not going to repeat them here as they can be read over the internet in abundance. But they do are very important and I’ll assume we are all more or less familiar with them.
using what we have learned from the 9/11 scam and all the others, we know that a faked event always comes packaged with conspiracy theories to control the people with questions. Coming from this, we could imagine that Duesberg’s conspiracy theory, that like Alex Jones’ seems to have been dying of self-consumption and sheer tiredness over the years, could have been integral part of the scam, in order to cover a much more dramatic truth: that the threat of AIDS and the horrific deaths it caused, that Duesberg never denied, were in fact all completely faked by the media.
In other words, it might be time to explore the outrageous idea maybe, possibly, nobody really died of AIDS, and all the gruesome stories of the ’80s and ’90s, the horrible deaths, the bullshit in all the movies: none of it was ever real or genuine.
For starters, a good argument in this sense is that the AIDS scare was lent crucial credibility by several celebrities that soon “died” from it. Rock Hudson, Anthony Perkins, Freddie Mercury, Isaac Asimov (!) etcetera. (Perkins as we know “died” on September 12 1992 while his wife died 9 years later on September 11, as she was on the non-existent Flight 11. )
We are told that AIDS is everywhere in Africa, and that probably it originated in Africa from the start. Then why the epidemic should have been first registered in California? Many of the african nations were much better off in the 80s than now. They had hospitals and doctors and researchers where today have warlords or talebans. Yet they never registered any strange epidemic with the AIDS symptoms that attracted the attention of the medical community until it showed up within the gay community in the U.S.? This, despite the virus being allegedly endemic in large parts of the african continent. OK, whatever…
Don Henley – I will Not Go Quietly:
The Aids policies of the former South African president Thabo Mbeki’s government were directly responsible for the avoidable deaths of more than a third of a million people in the country, according to research by Harvard university.
South Africa has one of the severest HIV/Aids epidemics in the world. About 5.5 million people, or 18.8% of the adult population, have HIV, according to the UN. In 2005, there were about 900 deaths a day.
Ho?oponoponoFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ho?oponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Similar forgiveness practices were performed on islands throughout the South Pacific, including Samoa, Tahiti and New Zealand. Traditionally ho?oponopono is practiced by healing priests or kahuna lapa?au among family members of a person who is physically ill. Modern versions are performed within the family by a family elder, or by the individual alone.
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