AIDS a Man-Made Disease?
From Cal Steinberger:
Back in 1976, the following ad began appearing in New York
Last Chance for gay men to join the Hepatitis B* Vaccine
*A sexually transmitted disease. Enrollment closes in
June, after which the vaccine may not be available for several
years. Take the FREE blood test to determine your HEPATITIS B
status and eligibility for the program.
Over 1000 gay men took the free vaccination at a time when
there was no such disease as AIDS. Then, by 1978 the
infection began popping up all over the gay community.
Strangely enough, it was predominate among the volunteers who
had taken the free Hepatitis B vaccine. Within 5 years, 60 %
of these men were infected with HIV.
[Ed. It goes without saying that you should avoid ANY
government sponsored vaccine program, no matter how noble the
cause may seem].
The program had been repeated the next year in San Francisco
and Los Angeles, and as in New York, shortly after the
vaccination for Hepatitis B, the west coast volunteers also
began presenting with symptoms of AIDS.
In Africa, in 1977, a free vaccination against Smallpox was
offered to the Black citizens of the countries with
"population problems". The cost was borne by the United
States Health Agencies as a "humanitarian gesture". Again,
within 5 years, over 60 % of the recipients presented with the
HIV virus, and, today well over 20 million face death from
There are some who say, that the AIDS virus originated from
the Hilleman green monkeys of Africa. Of course, there is
never any explanation as to how the virus then got from these
damn little green monkeys in Africa into the blood of the East
and West Coast gay males. And, no word as to what the
supposedly AIDS-infected monkeys were doing between 1960 and
1978 (?). Their kidneys were were being used for "vaccine
manufacture"...where in the world did the AIDS virus hide all
during that time?
Now, with that as "background information", let me now present
what I said in my report about AIDS back in 1988.
"With regard to some of the techniques of "Biological
Warfare", the AIDS virus may be seen as a possible case in
point. An epidemic disease of this magnitude that coincides
with a nationwide civil emergency as herein described, will
certainly have to be dealt with. For the protection of all
military, police, and Civil Defense personnel, it is important
that the following FACTS about AIDS be understood.
1.. ALL BODILY FLUIDS of an AIDS infected carrier are
contaminated with the virus. This means blood, sweat, tears,
saliva, semen, fluid from a woman's breast, urine, feces,
vomit, mucous, puss, coughed sputum---including even ear wax!
2. The Aids virus, when outside of the body, and whether in a
dried OR wet state, remains infectious for up to 7 days at
3. The Aids virus has developed an ability to mutate into
many different variants as its environment changes. And, it
is able to reproduce itself up to 1000 times faster than the
flu virus. As a result, at the present time, no simple test
is able to positively identify a person as being a possible
carrier. Therefore, a "positive" test may be accurate;
however, a "negative" test may not be necessarily so!
SPECIAL NOTE: The military has recently established a policy
of mandatory testing of all of their personnel with re-testing
every 6 months. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National
Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reported on May
1, 1988, that the extremely elusive AIDS virus can reside in a
person's bone marrow, and NOT be detected in the peripheral
blood---EVEN THOUGH BONE MARROW IS THE AGENCY OF THE BODY THAT
4. The AIDS virus has a period of dormancy in infected
individuals. It may not create "symptoms" for a period of
perhaps up to 5 to 10 years. However, during this period, a
person so infected is contagious. The disease is considered
to be 100 % fatal.
SPECIAL NOTE: Recent studies suggest that the AIDS virus
which may have been lying dormant within an infected person,
may be "switched on" and start to reproduce and spread to
other cells if and when the infected cell becomes "stressed".
This is particularly important for Civil Defense, police, and
military personnel to realize during a period of national
crisis. It is not inconceivable that our nations medical
personnel and facilities could literally be overwhelmed by
this eventuality during an extensive strike by an aggressor
nation using RF anti-personnel weapons.
5. According to several independent medical researchers, it
is believed that certain insects---such as MOSQUITOES, bed
bugs, fleas, ticks, lice, gnats, etc.---are considered to be
possible carriers of the virus. It is illogical to assume
that THEIR infected bodily fluids cannot be transferred to
their host. Be particularly alert for the presence of the
dangerous ASIAN TIGER MOSQUITO!
SPECIAL NOTE: Researchers involved in the study of this
recently imported (1985) ASIAN TIGER MOSQUITO (Aedes
Albopictus) say that it poses the worst mosquito-borne disease
threat to the North American Continent of ALL TIME. It was
introduced to the U.S. at the Port of Houston, and has now
spread to at least 35 states east of the Rocky Mountains. It
is also reported to be able to survive even in the harsh
northern climates. There is evidence to suggest that under
certain conditions it may also be able to transmit AIDS. It
has the unusual ability to transmit disease not only through
its saliva, when it bites, but through its eggs, making its
offspring infectious without having to bite an infected person
first. This mosquito is very aggressive, and appears to be
resistive to all commonly used insecticides.
8. Condoms are not---I repeat not---a safe practice for
protection against the AIDS virus. The ONLY safe sex practice
is either total abstention, or 100 % loyalty to a monogamous
relationship between two individuals who are not so infected.
9. Fortunately, on a more positive note, the AIDS virus may
be readily destroyed when it is exposed to strong undiluted
household disinfectants such as Clorox, Lysol, or HYDROGEN
SPECIAL NOTE: For completeness of this report, the following
are primary symptoms to look for in a person who may be
diagnosed as having AIDS (the most common are underlined):
a. A predisposition towards viral Pneumonia and/or
infectious Tuberculosis. It has been estimated that up to
50 % of the world's population are carriers of the TB
bacillus, and they carry the microbe in their lungs in an
"inactive" state. The TB bacilli is essentially "walled in"
by the host's immune system, and can remain so for an entire
lifetime. However, as the AIDS virus begins to weaken the
individual's immune system, the bacillus breaks out of
control. The lesions caused by TB in the lungs provide
favorable sites for large quantities of AIDS virus and
AIDS-infected immune system cells to escape from the body.
Infectious material coughed into the air by such an
individual, if inhaled by another person, might infect that
person through the macrophage cells which line the lungs and
are "targets" for the AIDS virus.
b. Purple or reddish blotches which appear on the skin.
This may include Kaposi's Sarcoma. Possible scaling
along the hair line, generalized darkening of the skin, and/or
patch loss of hair.
c. Deterioration in vision and appearance of spots in front
of the eyes.
d. Easy bruising and swelling of the lymph glands in
the neck, underarm, or groin areas accompanied by aching
e. "Cheesy" white deposits in the mouth (oral thrush), dry
mouth, sore throat, and painful swallowing. Watery
diarrhea is frequent. Possible pain and/or rectal
bleeding during bowel movements.
f. A persistent or dry cough (no phlegm) with or without
shortness of breath.
g. Possible diffuse aches and pains of the muscles and
joints. Chills and persistent fever.
h. Possible persistent headache, loss of memory, difficulty
in walking, confusion, irrational behavior, personality
change, or seizure.
i. Extreme fatigue, loss of interests, night sweats,
sweating, loss of libido, withdrawal or other signs of
depression, fever, and rapid weight loss for no apparent
reason. A general "wasting away" of muscular tone.
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