Thursday, October 30, 2008
A National Strategy to End HIV/AIDS
October 29, 2008
A National Strategy to End HIV/AIDS
By Boyd Ed Graves, J.D.
All across the United States there is a call for a unified effort in which to mount a joint campaign to positively impact the AIDS pandemic. HIV/AIDS has reshaped the health and human landscape of this country and the world for the last thirty years. It is time for a national strategy that encompasses input from all of us who seek to know the truth about HIV/AIDS, and then act on it.
In this regard, we can say completely and emphatically, any strategy to solve and end HIV/AIDS, must include input from people with and must include two necessary components. First; in order for the to end, it is very necessary to know how it began. On this point, the United States must review the U.S. Special Virus program (1962 – 1978). The purpose of this federal program was to see if animal cancers (like visna virus) could grow in (certain) human host cells.
According to the National Academy of Sciences, HIV/AIDS evolved from visna virus. According to the United States, visna virus had not yet been associated with human disease as late as 1971. Thus, any national strategy to end HIV/AIDS must include an explanation as to when and how the visna virus crossed species between 1971 and 1983 so as to become the ‘ ’ of HIV/AIDS.
Second, any national strategy to end HIV/AIDS must include immediate clinical trials of the 1997 patented cure for AIDS, U.S. patent #5676977, “TETRASIL”. Just as HIV/AIDS is synthetic, so is its cure.
Cursory review of the U.S. Special Virus program
The U.S. Special Virus program began in 1962 and ended in 1978. Each year this federal virus development program issued a progress report detailing every experiment and contract conducted that year. There are fifteen reports. It appears that progress report #8 (1971) serves as a narrative summary of the entire program. The first sixty pages answer nearly every question as to why we have HIV/AIDS. However, on page 61, the United States concedes the “research logic” flowchart blueprint of the federal program. The 1971 flowchart provides ‘absolute evidence’ as to the nature, intent and purpose of the United States to seek to make a ‘contagious cancer’ that ‘selectively kills’.
The 1971 government flowchart depicts the development, production and proliferation of the esp-1 virus. Under electron microscope, the esp-1 virus is identical to HIV/AIDS. Any national strategy must include a review of this federal virus development program that preceded HIV/AIDS.
Clinical trials of the 1997 patented Cure
Any review of U.S. patent #5676977 will show there has been a patented Cure for AIDS since 1997. Tetrasil was developed by using mice (mouse model) to predict its human physiology. It was also tested on humans prior to being patented in 1997. The introduction of Tetrasil into the HIV/AIDS treatment arena will simply change the way we fight the synthetic HIV/AIDS.
U.S. House Resolution 15090
In addition to the foregoing, some review of the sworn Congressional testimony of June 9, 1969 must be undertaken. Page 129 of that resolution will live in infamy. There is but one explanation of the sworn testimony, HIV/AIDS is the “synthetic biological agent” funded by the on June 9, 1969. In 2002, when Congress sought review of the federal program, the GAO whitewashed the investigation, without responding to a timely filed, “Request for Factual Correction”. Request for Factual Correction In The GAO AIDS Origin Report.
There is substantial and compelling evidence the HIV/AIDS pandemic has its roots in the federal laboratory program affiliate with the “etiology area” of the . Any review of the U.S. Special Virus program (1962 – 1978) will solve and end HIV/AIDS. If there was a federal virus development program that preceded HIV/AIDS, shouldn’t that program be reviewed?
It will take a national strategy that incorporates a united AIDS community. We will continue to appeal to the courts and the American people. We have within our reach a vision of a world once again without HIV/AIDS, we must not fail,