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aids conspiracy
razz from Rosie
A lot of you have probably heard about how AIDS originated in Africa, but did you know that in the 1970s, the US government admitted to creating a new disease that would destroy the human immune system. When they described the new disease it sounded exactly like the AIDS virus. Later on, when the government did Hepatitis B experiments on thousands of male homosexuals. ALL of these men had HIV after the research project. At the same time, the AIDS virus sprang up in Africa. When old people were tested, none of them were HIV positive. This means that AIDS has not been around in Africa for hundreds of years. Could it be that the US government is really trying to depopulate the world by half? Do they really have an operation called "Bambi's Mother", that is supposed to kill off half the people? If this is true, then there is no cure for AIDS because it was created in a laboratory and so far, scientists have only been able to find a vaccine for natural viruses.

Aids scandals around the world
China is the latest country to admit that Aids is cutting a swathe through its population, but Aids-related scandals have dogged many other countries since the 1980s and 1990s.
One of the most high-profile cases was that of France's tainted blood scandal, which saw a former health minister convicted for failing adequately to screen blood which led to the deaths from Aids of five people, and the contamination of two others during a key period in 1985.
Two French ministers were acquitted of manslaughter.
About 4,000 people, many of them haemophiliacs, were given blood infected with the virus.
Many of those contaminated have since died. In most cases they received transfusions before the link between HIV, Aids and blood was fully understood.
All three politicians were alleged to have delayed the introduction of a US blood-screening test in France until a rival French product was ready to go on the marke...

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