MASS SPREAD OF HIV THROUGH MEDICAL TREATMENT, FOOD SUPPLY AND PREPARED INSECTS (PART TWO)
Polio eradication vaccine in Africa was used by the World Health Organization and the Centers for Diseases Control to deliberately spread HIV
The collaboration of Wealth Health Organization with Centers for Diseases Control to spread HIV through smallpox and polio eradication
A connection with mass HIV-infections is improbable, since in those countries with the most inoculations, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Brazil fewer infections occurred. Yet in 14 West African countries, Liberia, Dahomey, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo, the Centers for Diseases Control pursued inoculations against smallpox under the 'West and Central African Smallpox and Measles Control Program.
At the same time, vaccinations of 28 million children, 6 to 72 months old, against measles. The USA health officials supervised how the vaccine from the USA, which had been transported in the USA refrigeration units stored in the USA vehicles, was injected by using the USA jet vaccination equipment. A particularly large number of persons aged between aged between 25 years are now infected with HIV in these three states.
A further mass infection with HIV was carried out on 45,000 children in West Nile, Uganda, from 1971 to 1973, as noted in Holland scientist and micro-surgeon, Johan Van Dongen's book. 'Aids and Ebola, the greatest medical crime against mankind.'
Blood samples were taken from children three times at yearly intervals by a department of the World Health Organization. The justification was to examine the cause of Burkitt's lymphoma. In 1972 to 1973, 66% of the children examined had HIV-antibodies.
Vaccinations in clinics for sexually transmitted diseases, especially for prostitutes, for tuberculosis and umpteen thousands of small blood transfusions in children, were deliberately aimed at introducing viruses.
During the simultaneous outbreaks of 'Marburg virus' in Maridi, Sudan, and Ebola, Zaire in 1976, several people had to give blood samples repeatedly. Some of the samples in 1987 showed HIV-antibodies. 21% of mine workers from Malawi became infected during medical supervisions in South Africa.