The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #2

The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting #2 / $1 / 5 x 5 / 32 Pages / http://www.microcosmpublishing.com / PO Box 14332, Portland OR 97293 / 

This time around, we have the history of the AIDS virus completely broken open in a way that is both informative and well-documented. Using sources like the storied C.I. Aids and What If Everything You Thought You Knew About AIDS Was Wrong, this issue goes into detail about the Hepatitis B tests in NYC, moving on and showing the increasing numbers of people from that test group coming ill with HIV and later AIDS. Other issues raised include the toxicity of a number of the drug cocktails that are given to patients to try to stop the effects of AIDS, as well as debunking the green monkey myth (which says that the AIDS virus jumped from monkey to human after an individual was in contact with the blood of a deceased green monkey). The trail of dead bodies that were left consisting of individuals who were fighting this cover-up concerning AIDS is also explored at length, as well as two very compelling arguments about the AIDS virus. First off, that HIV is mainly a collection of different maladies that are continually mis-diagnosed, and secondly, that the AIDS virus is a government-created virus that has its parents as the Maedi-Visna virus and HTLV-1. This mix was created at Ft. Detrick, given to prisoners in reducing their sentences, and said prisoners were able to leave, as the incubation time for the virus is longer than can be noted in a few month period. Overall, a chilling, well-detailed read about this large cover-up, free from a lot of the alarmist tint that has plagued a lot of other research in this vein.

Rating: 10/10

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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