Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Hope in clinical trials of AIDS Cure
June 12, 2007
Senator Russell Feingold,
Chairman Subcommittee on Africa
Re: Hope in clinical trials of AIDS Cure
Dear Chairman Feingold:
I write today to report on my recent trip to Africa. At the invitation of a Zambian businessman, I traveled to Lusaka last month for the purposes of convincing the Zambian government to begin the ‘clinical trials’ of the U.S. patented CURE for AIDS, U.S. patent number 5676977 (“TETRASIL”). Go to www.uspto.gov.
According to the U.S. patent office, Tetrasil is a one-time infusion for curing AIDS. As a recipient of the Tetrasil myself, I can personally attest to the many benefits that I have garnered over the past six years.
As Chairman of the African Committee I feel compelled to alert you of the African desire to be free of the U.S. AIDS virus. In this regard, your Committee has never addressed the federal virus development program that preceded HIV/AIDS. Although the U.S. development of HIV/AIDS permeates the entire 20th Century, the formal program began in 1962. The U.S. Special Virus program produced some fifteen yearly progress reports of every experiment and contract of the development of HIV/AIDS between 1962 and 1978.
It is incumbent upon your Committee to review and investigate this federal program. This is the same request we made of our government in 2000. Dr. Victoria Cargill, NIH’s Medical Officer for HIV/AIDS Research located the blueprint ( a 1971 flowchart) of the development of HIV/AIDS on May 15, 2000. Dr. Cargill forwarded the information to Dr. Alan S. Rabson, Deputy Director of the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
Dr. Rabson thwarted any further investigation of the U.S. Special Virus program because he is listed as a member of the “Developmental Segment” (of HIV/AIDS) in 1971. See, page 12, progress report #8 (1971), U.S. Special Virus program (1962 – 1978).
It is clear without oversight from this Committee and your leadership, there will always remain, even perhaps, purposefully so, some doubt that a monkey and an African could have been a ‘natural’ beginning to the greatest calamity in human history.
In light of the fifteen progress reports of this federal program, we are certain the African governments will require ‘explanation’ for the HIV/AIDS weapon. Any cursory review of the U.S. Pentagon’s sworn testimony of June 9, 1969 will definitively prove HIV/AIDS is the ‘synthetic biological agent’ sought by the U.S. Pentagon and paid for by the U.S. Congress.
I can assure the African governments have read page 129 of U.S. House Resolution 15090. Our President was factually incorrect when he declared in his 2003 State of the Union Address that HIV/AIDS was a plague of nature.
Mr. Chairman, if HIV/AIDS is a plague of nature, then where is the Pentagon’s synthetic agent, that was funded, that appears to do EXACTLY what HIV/AIDS does?
Boyd Ed Graves, J.D.