Fela Kuti (1937-97) officially died of AIDS but he never believed in it.  Fela got into the faces of Nigerian authorities and was beaten up countless times and because the body can only take so much punishment, it eventually caved in.

With this entry KO wishes to link to the previous entry concerning Jan Irvin’s excellent interview of AIDS dissident and “scientific psychopath”, Peter Duesberg.

Many people when first coming across views questioning HIV/AIDS immediately bring up the “African AIDS epidemic”.  It’s undeniable.  Millions are dying.  Fela Kuti’s son, Seun, and Nelson Mandela say so too, so it must be true.  How can anyone doubt the truth?

Easily.

  • Africa’s population grew from 400 million in 1984 to about 650 million today.
  • “African AIDS” is not tested usually because tests are too expensive for most.  Instead, a test reminding us of diagnosing ADD/ADHD is administered: the Bangui Definition.   Score 12 on these http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1985_World_Health_Organization_AIDS_surveillance_case_definition poverty-related symptoms, and presto, you’ve got AIDS!   In South America or in Asia, you are suffering from poverty, but in Africa, you’ve got AIDS.  Smell a genocidal rat?
  • “African AIDS” goes for all in a given population, in contrast to Europe and North America, where it is basically confined to homosexual men and intravenous drug users.  Smell a rat?  Remind you of Climategate?*

I don’t know what J. Edgar Hoover was referring to when he said the individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so vast and monstrous he can’t believe it exists, but that is what we deal with today.  Every time we go online and go to the Yahoo homepage, or anything like it, we go on another feel good Disney amusement park ride, and end up as gatekeepers for those bringing about our downfall.

The Road to Harare passes through Bangui.

*http://www.duesberg.com/presentations/$bnAIDSQuiz.pdf

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