Monday, March 05, 2007

Tehran Times: "AIDS conspiracy partly exposed"

Despotic governments always seem to promote conspiracy theories. This article is also currently the top item at Mehr News.
[...]A great tragedy has befallen Africa, made worse by the fact that it was preventable.

In the 1980s, many clinics and vaccination programs in Africa were reusing syringes after briefly rinsing them.

The situation is better now, but in many places in the Third World, especially rural areas, syringes are still being reused.

So, where was the World Health Organization in the 1980s? And where is WHO now?

Why did WHO not provide enough syringes to the Third World in the 1980s when the AIDS pandemic exploded? And why are they still not doing so?

Is it complete incompetence? Is it indifference? Or is it lack of funding?

If it is incompetence or indifference, why are these WHO officials not sacked and replaced by competent, dedicated officials?

If it is lack of funding, why are funds not being provided by the richer members of the UN?

If it is a combination of these things, why is nobody doing anything to ameliorate this situation?

Is the life of a human being from the Global South less valuable than the life of a human being from the Global North?

And there are more questions.

Why do heroin addicts and other intravenous drug users in New York and Amsterdam have access to clean syringes through needle exchange programs while people in rural areas of Africa and other parts of the Third World do not?

Is it racism? Is it a silent genocide program?

Does the mismanagement of the AIDS crisis in Africa provide further evidence that there is a world depopulation program targeting the people of the Global South?

Astute observers have pointed out that most of the countries that have recently experienced famine, war, and high rates of HIV/AIDS are also the countries with the highest birth rates.

Many people believe that HIV/AIDS was actually created by the U.S. biological weapons program to depopulate the Third World in order to facilitate the theft of the resources of the nations of the Global South. There is still no smoking gun, although one day there may be conclusive evidence proving this allegation.

However, there is evidence of a policy of deliberate neglect of the HIV/AIDS crisis in the Global South.

In the 1960s, when it became infeasible to blatantly oppress Black citizens in the United States, certain racists in the U.S. government devised a secret plan of “deliberate neglect” of the Black community through underfunding of education, healthcare, housing, and employment programs.

Now a policy of deliberate neglect appears to be targeting the people of Africa and the rest of the Global South.

All people of conscience must do something about this situation. We must all say “no” to this policy of silent genocide.
Now all they have to do is uncover the rest of the conspiracy, which would seem to be the "U.S. biological weapons program" part.

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