Wednesday, December 1, 2010


*This post was originally published December 1, 2007. Its relevance remains today obvious.

The Global Plan to end HIV/AIDS
By: Boyd Ed Graves, J.D.

Recently there has been an impetus in the United States for a call to a “national strategy” on HIV/AIDS. Although noble in its conception, any call for a ‘national strategy’ would have to include the AIDS community. Unfortunately the AIDS community is thoroughly entrenched in a hopeless, ‘treatment and prevention’ motif, they will never allow for input or reason from the masses to assault their immense salaries.

Consequently, we have a very stubborn HIV/AIDS community that thinks it knows it all when it knows nothing. The AIDS community will not share with you the 1997 patented CURE for AIDS , U.S. patent #5676977, Nor will they share with you the 1984 patent to make HIV/AIDS, patent #4647773.

To date Mr. Phill Wilson (Black AIDS Institute) has never accessed the 1971 flowchart of the U.S. Special Virus program (1962 – 1978). . The flowchart is supported by fifteen annual progress reports detailing every experiment and contract of the federal virus development program that made HIV/AIDS. Any review of the U.S. Special Virus program will prove and solve the synthetic, laboratory birth of HIV/AIDS.

In light of the fact that 28% of the DNA sequences of HIV/AIDS are from an ‘Icelandic sheep disease’ (visna), one would easily know HIV/AIDS is not from Africa nor any monkey. When did visna cross species so as to become the etiological agent of HIV/AIDS? See, Science, Vol. 227, pp. 173 – 7, January 1985.

The Plan:
1. Begin the clinical trials of the U.S. patented CURE for AIDS and
2. Review and investigate the U.S. Special Virus program (1962 – 1978).

Review The Congressional Record (May 1946 and June 1969)
Better” Than the Bomb, Time, June 3, 1946,
U.S. House Resolution 15090, page 129 (“SYNTHETIC BIOLOGICAL AGENT”)

This World AIDS Day we have an opportunity to make a difference. We have already begun the clinical trials in several other countries. Isn’t it time we now begin them here and strengthen our homeland?

“We have within our reach a vision of a world once again free of HIV/AIDS, we must not fail.”