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Liam Scheff (The AIDS Debate) Your readers may be surprised to learn that AIDS in Africa is diagnosed completely differently than in Europe or the US. In Africa, an AIDS diagnosis can be made based on commonly occurring physical symptoms alone. This is ironic, because AIDS is a collection of diseases, and has no uniform symptoms. Even the co-founder of HIV theory, Luc Montagnier, admits that AIDS has no specific clinical symptoms. In 1985 the WHO held a meeting in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. A WHO official, Joseph McCormick, wrote about it in his book Level 4: Virus Hunters of the CDC. He wrote: “If I could get everyone at the WHO meeting in Bangui to agree on a single, simple definition of what an AIDS case was in Africa, then, imperfect as the definition might be, we could actually start counting the cases...” This is what's known as the Bangui Definition. There are two categories of symptoms, major and minor. A patient is given an AIDS diagnosis when they have two major symptoms and one minor symptom. The major symptoms are weight loss, chronic diarrhea and chronic fever. The minor symptoms include coughing and generalized itching.
Here is what he meant, and what I confirmed with him point by point: AIDS is
a label given to a whole variety of disease conditions THAT ARE CAUSED BY
DIFFERENT THINGS. Not HIV. Not HIV in any way, direct or indirect. What is
called AIDS is immune suppression. This immune suppression can result from
different causes in different groups and, ultimately, in different individuals.
Some of the many causes – contaminated heroin, medical drugs (such as
corticosteroids), starvation, contaminated water supplies, toxic pesticides,
intestinal parasites grossly overtreated with massive doses of antibiotics,
syphilis, massive drug taking, say, in the form of MDA – combined with months of
bathhouse sex with many partners, vaccines given to people whose immune systems
are already dangerously compromised. There are other causes.
Medavoy's propaganda work was aimed, in particular, at masking the continuing causes of death on the African continent – starvation, contaminated water supplies, theft of agricultural lands, and so on. Gradually, these obvious factors would be replaced in the public consciousness with a new buzz-term, HIV. As the real causes of death were allowed to flourish, depopulation would begin to overtake the population growth.
Medavoy worked on the entirely bogus green-monkey theory of AIDS.
"The green monkey," Medavoy told me, "was a myth invented to attribute the origin of HIV to Africa. It was understood that if HIV could be said to have come from Africa, then people would believe the outrageous estimates and projections for future AIDS deaths IN Africa. You know, darkest Africa, where strange and bad things lurk. We played that nonsense like a harp. The green monkey never even carried HIV – of course who cares because HIV causes nothing anyway. But the whole deal about those monkeys was really about lab monkeys in Boston who were found to have a virus 'similar' to HIV – and lab contamination was where that 'similar' virus actually came from. We knew way ahead of time – as we propounded the early green-monkey story – that it was monkeys in labs we were really talking about. We were talking about stupid and careless research in labs, and we were transferring that whole business into a ridiculous myth about Africa. The story was about as real as the moon being made of cheese."  Depopulation and HIV by Jon Rappoport
[2008 Dec] Aids: An
Iatrogenic Depopulation Strategy? by Andrew Maniotis,
Ph.D., and Charles L. Geshekter, Ph.D.
In 2004, the total number of South African deaths (in a country then of
47 million) whose cause was officially listed as "HIV Diseases" was 13,220. That
number represented only 2.3% of ALL deaths in South Africa that year, a decrease
from 2.6% five years earlier.
........The sanctity of breast-feeding also has been violated by the champions of the “HIV=AIDS” hypothesis. ..... the practice of brow beating African women to dissuade them from breast-feeding and passing onto their infants “HIV-infection” increased the death-rate in formula-fed infants some 20 times, compared to mother-infant pairs that weren’t dissuaded from breast-feeding.
"The numbers have been greatly inflated. For example, the WHO/UNAIDS says that there has been 2.2 million AIDS deaths in Uganda so far, but the Ugandan Ministry of Health records a cumulative total of only 56,000 AIDS deaths since the beginning of the epidemic. The WHO's report is 33 times higher than the actual number of recorded, verified deaths. As of the end of 2001, official government bodies in the developing world have managed to account for only 7 percent of the cumulative AIDS deaths that the WHO/UNAIDS claim have occurred. The Russian Federation can only account for only 3 percent of the UNAIDS estimate of AIDS deaths. India has 2 percent of the UNAIDS estimate. China has only 1 percent."-- Dr. Rodney Richards  Africa: Treating Poverty with Toxic Drugs By Liam Scheff
"In Africa, 50 percent of the population has no access to clean drinking water and the vast majority lack even basic medical care. And the response from multimillion dollar AIDS organization is to promote HIV testing, give out condoms and to implement treatment with deadly AIDS drugs. These drugs are similar or identical to chemotherapy drugs used in cancer treatment. They work by stopping cell growth. They kill your body from the inside out."--- Dr. Christian Fiala  Africa: Treating Poverty with Toxic Drugs By Liam Scheff
Boehringer, a pharmaceutical company, has been doing studies in Uganda
with a drug called Nevirapine. The FDA refused approval of Nevirapine in the US
for so-called mother to child transmission because it's ineffective and has
deadly side effects, but this is exactly how the drug is being used in Africa -
on pregnant women and unborn children.
In one drug trial, 17 percent of patients taking Nevirapine developed liver problems. A US health care worker taking Nevirapine had to have a liver transplant to save his life as a result of drug toxicity. Five women in South Africa died and dozens developed severe liver problems in a combination AIDS drug trial that included Nevirapine.
The manufacturer's warning label for Nevirapine itself states that patients taking the drug have experienced: “Severe, life-threatening and in some cases fatal hepatotoxicity [liver damage],” and “severe, life-threatening skin reactions, including fatal cases.”
These are the most toxic drugs known to medicine, and they're being applied to the most vulnerable part of the population - pregnant mothers, unborn children and newborns - all based on a faulty test, or no test at all, while their actual food, shelter and water needs continue to be ignored. "--- Dr. Christian Fiala  Africa: Treating Poverty with Toxic Drugs By Liam Scheff
What would actually help Africans is infrastructure development: proper
sanitation, safe water, basic medical care and plentiful, nutritive food. This
is simple, clear and logical. What's astounding is that the UN is recommending
just the opposite.
In 1999 the UNAIDS commission gave its official recommendations to a meeting of finance ministers representing various African countries. The UN's exact recommendations to African nations: to redirect billions of dollars from health, infrastructure and rural development into AIDS - condoms, safe sex lectures and deadly pharmaceuticals. This is not what these already suffering people need to be healthy and successful. This is exactly how to propagate death, disease and poverty. Dr. Christian Fiala  Africa: Treating Poverty with Toxic Drugs By Liam Scheff
In Sub-Saharan African about 60 percent of the population
lives and dies without safe drinking water, adequate food or basic sanitation.
.....The report describes “heaps of unclaimed garbage”
among the crowded houses in the flood zones and “countless pools of water [that]
provide a breeding ground for mosquitoes and create a dirty environment that
“[L]atrines are built above water streams. During rains the area residents usually open a hole to release feces from the latrines. The rain then washes away the feces to streams, from where the [area residents] fetch water. However, not many people have access to toilet facilities. Some defecate in polythene bags, which they throw into the stream.” They call these, “flying toilets.’’
The state-run Ugandan National Water and Sewerage Corporation states that currently 55% of Kampala is provided with treated water, and only 8% with sewage reclamation.
Most rural villages are without any sanitary water source. People wash clothes, bathe and dump untreated waste up and downstream from where water is drawn. Watering holes are shared with animal populations, which drink, bathe, urinate and defecate at the water source. Unmanaged human waste pollutes water with infectious and often deadly bacteria. Stagnant water breeds mosquitoes, which bring malaria. Infectious diarrhea, dysentery, cholera, TB, malaria and famine are the top killers in Africa. But in 1985, they became AIDS.
The public service announcements that run on VH1 and MTV, informing us of the millions of infected, always fail to mention this. I don’t know what we’re supposed to do with the information that 40 million people are dying and nothing can be done. I wonder why we wouldn’t be interested in building wells and providing clean water and sewage systems for Africans. Given our great concern, it would seem foolish not to immediately begin the “clean water for Africa” campaign. But I’ve never heard such a thing mentioned.
The UN recommendations for Africa actually demand the opposite –“billions of dollars” taken out of “social funds, education and health projects, infrastructure [and] rural development” and “redirected” into sex education (UNAIDS, 1999). No clean water, but plenty of condoms. ----The Hidden Face of HIV – Part 1 By Liam Scheff
"The numbers have been greatly inflated. For example, the WHO/UNAIDS says that there has been 2.2 million AIDS deaths in Uganda so far, but the Ugandan Ministry of Health records a cumulative total of only 56,000 AIDS deaths since the beginning of the epidemic. The WHO's report is 33 times higher than the actual number of recorded, verified deaths. As of the end of 2001, official government bodies in the developing world have managed to account for only 7 percent of the cumulative AIDS deaths that the WHO/UNAIDS claim have occurred. The Russian Federation can only account for only 3 percent of the UNAIDS estimate of AIDS deaths. India has 2 percent of the UNAIDS estimate. China has only 1 percent."-- Dr. Rodney Richards  Africa: Treating Poverty with Toxic Drugs By Liam Scheff [See BBC]