by Cliff Kincaid
Back in June 2002, Senator Bill Frist joined with Senator Ted Kennedy to introduce legislation to “expand the fight against global HIV/AIDS.” Before that, Frist had joined with Senator John Kerry to introduce the “United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Act of 2002.” Frist declared that “The rate of infection and the appalling numbers of those who’ve already lost their lives from this plague is alarming. The United States must fully engage and use its resources to aggressively address this global crisis.” Now, however, we know the truth-the AIDS problem was exaggerated by the United Nations so that more money would flow through the world body and other international channels to combat it.
Senator Frist, a medical doctor, was attacked by the liberal media when he suggested, based on a review of a videotape of the disabled woman, Terri Schiavo, that she deserved a chance to live because she appeared to be conscious. Her husband later pulled the plug on her. But Frist has never been criticized by the major media for jumping on the AIDS bandwagon. To the media, AIDS is a sacred cause, like the U.N. itself.
Yet, it has now been admitted by the Washington Post that the U.N. vastly inflated the number of AIDS cases worldwide, especially in Africa. Since the time AIDS was diagnosed, the U.S. Government has spent $200 billion on AIDS. Despite all of this money, no cure or vaccine has been found. The Post followed with an editorial critical of the U.N. for exaggerating the AIDS problem, but it has not urged a reduction in global funding for the disease. That would be politically incorrect.
Edward C. Green, Senior Research Scientist at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, a member of the Presidential Advisory Council for HIV/AIDS, and a member of the board of AIDS.org, said that, for years, “Calling attention to lower HIV infection rates in Africa can get one in trouble. One can be accused of not caring about Africans, about being in denial, or, in extreme form, being a holocaust denier. In most reporting on African AIDS, there seems to be competition over who can paint the most catastrophic picture.”
Some of the money raised to fight AIDS has been spent on big salaries. Focusing on the American Federation for AIDS Research (AMFAR), the FAIR Foundation says total compensation for its officers, directors, as well as other salaries, wages, pension and employee benefits, came to $5,442,557 in 2004. Its CEO had a total compensation package of $320,134.
Back in 2001, Canada’s National Post newspaper reported that the U.N. had spent $67,650 to pay for red window film used to create the impression of a giant AIDS red ribbon on the side of the 38-story headquarters building at night. This was supposed to demonstrate the world body’s commitment to fighting the disease.
For Senator Frist, a likely candidate for president in 2008, the questions could get personal. As reported by AP, “Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist’s AIDS charity paid nearly a half-million dollars in consulting fees to members of his political inner circle, according to tax returns providing the first financial accounting of the presidential hopeful’s nonprofit.”
It looks like AIDS became a money-making scam for the U.N. as well as the Bill Frist “charity.”
Bugs, Germs and Cooties
I’m sure most of you that are around my age….ah, 39 ish, know what we mean by cooties. It’s a reference we used in childhood to “being exposed” to something that can make us feel yucky or even sick by touching someone else.
Kids very cruelly referred to someone having cooties if they didn’t like them and so they ended up being shunned by the rest of the group.
It’s that same childish way of seeing things that conventional medicine has adopted to explain how disease spreads. These days it’s not just a cold or flu or even measles that are the concern. It’s pandemics that we are told should concern us.
The latest of course is the so called Ebola virus. A couple of years ago it was the Swine flu, previous to that it was the Bird flu. Naturally in GNM we do not see these so called “pandemics” the same way as conventional medicine does…or the rest of the world for that matter!
If anything has caused a controversy in the GNM it is with respect to the role microbes play in the disease process as well as the fact that Dr. Hamer does not believe that viruses exist.
Dr. Hamer isn’t the only one that disagrees with conventional medicine with respect to viruses which by the way also include HIV, and the so called Ebola virus.
Dr. Stefan Lanka a German virologist agrees with Dr. Hamer 100%. As a matter of fact, Dr. Lanka is currently in court defending his opinion with respect to the so called Measles virus not existing either!
What a revelation. A virus doesn’t exist! So why are we vaccinated against something that doesn’t exist?
How did Dr. Hamer come to that conclusion and why does Dr. Lanka agree? The answer is quite simple. There has never been a virus isolated under a microscope! What are seen under a microscope are particles which are interpreted as viruses.
The Polio virus is a good example of this “misinterpretation”. When it was first said to have been discovered, the methodology they used was highly suspicious. As a matter of fact, what they actually saw are “artificial particles” generated by suction through a fine filter into a vacuum. This so called structure differs from what is claimed to be a virus within the cells. Yet these particles were then photographed and labeled as the Polio virus and used as an example even today more than 50 years later. One would think the technology had improved but unfortunately it hasn’t.
If you wish to read more on Dr. Lanka’s “debunking” of the viral fraud as he calls it, go to http://neue-medizin.com/lanka2.htm No wonder he’s in hot water with big pharma!
When we look for viruses on the Internet and they are brightly colored and look like something from outer space, they are in fact computer generated images. A virus has NEVER been photographed or seen under a microscope.
When I began to research this topic more closely for my Level II presentation “Microbes Friend or Foe”, I was shocked at what I found. It seems that no one has ever actually proven that a virus exists. What they do see is a systemic reaction to a healing phase that leaves a specific kind of antibody.
So what about Ebola? Dr. Lanka has written about this and believes that what these unfortunate people are suffering from are poisoning.
In the words of Dr. Lanka from an article he wrote, “In third world countries vaccinations are used for population control. These vaccines can contain pregnancy hormones to prevent an overgrowth in population. Poisons such as plutonium have destroyed entire tribes. If the level of toxins in vaccination’s are increased 100 or 1000 fold then the recipient can suffer from liver failure and internal bleeding and be labeled as suffering from Ebola, Marbourg, Crimea Congo or Lassa infections”. http://whale.to/a/lanka.html
Based on what Dr. Lanka said, should we be worried about getting sick from Ebola? Personally I would be more worried about lining up for vaccinations against any “flavor of the month” pandemic.