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Saturday, December 23, 2017


Ebola in West Africa: If America lacks support today, it's because of the Aids and Ebola medical crimes they have covered up

Ebola in West Africa: If America lacks support today, it's because of the Aids and Ebola medical crimes they have covered up

Europe and America boast of the best education in the world, yet when it comes to writing on certain issues, such as Aids and Ebola, the lack of intelligence and research reveal that certain European and American writers need to go back to school and start at class one.

Below is one of the meaningless and the twisting of facts from reality articles about Ebola, written by one Cliff Kincaid. 
According to the writer, 

Stories that the Pentagon manufactured Ebola in a laboratory have been surfacing in a number of U.S. and foreign media outlets, helping to create even more of a panic over the spreading disease.

A new variation of an old Soviet charge, it is designed to besmirch the reputation of the United States in black Africa. In the hands of Russian disinformation specialists, it could spark protests against U.S troops stationed in Africa to restrict the Ebola outbreak.

It turns out the charges are based on a book written by one Leonard Horowitz, who cited Soviet and pro-Cuban sources for his sensational allegations, and also claims tuning forks can be used as "healing instruments" to confront a looming "biological apocalypse." He sells them for $26 each.

Horowitz thinks the media are covering up his book, Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola, Nature, Accident or Intentional?, as the source of the "headline news in Liberia" about "the man-made origin of Ebola and AIDS."

But if the panic over AIDS was any indication, the Russian disinformation apparatus will make sure the bogus charges about Ebola get even more attention.

Before he lost his job over broadcasting false charges about George W. Bush's National Guard record, CBS Evening News anchorman Dan Rather reported in 1987 that an American military laboratory had developed the virus that caused the AIDS epidemic. Without batting an eye, he cited a Soviet publication as a legitimate source. Rather offered no rebuttal to the sensational allegation.

The liberal anchorman, who will be played by Robert Redford in a film about Rather's disputed report on Bush's National Guard service, had fallen for a Soviet ploy to use the AIDS charge against the U.S. as a way to divert attention from the Soviet program to develop Ebola and other viruses as weapons.

It is significant that the Ebola charge has emerged in a Russian publication, Pravda.

It doesn't seem to matter that the Pravda story "USA created Ebola virus as a biological weapon?" was put in the form of a question, and even quoted Russian scientists as doubting a U.S. role. The point is to get the information into the public domain, in order to create the impression that the U.S. is engaged in secret and subversive biological activities. Such distortion has always been the purpose of Soviet-style disinformation.

The Ebola disinformation surfaced in a Liberian newspaper on September 9, 2014, in a letter by an American professor.

The "Dear World citizens" column, by Dr. Cyril Broderick, has since been picked up by various Internet sites and "news" organizations, including Alex Jones' Infowars, Global Research, Iranian Press TV, Information Clearing House, and something called 21st Century Wire.

Labeled by some critics as the "nutty professor" and a crackpot, the professor's "research profile" claims he is president of the International Society of African Scientists.

Other local and regional sources, such as "Face 2 Face Africa," described as "The Premier Pan-African Voice," have picked up the story. One quoted Broderick as authoritatively explaining "how the deadly disease made its reappearance" through the work of the U.S. Department of Defense.

In fact, however, the U.S. has led the effort to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, even deploying as many as 4,000 soldiers and spending $500 million to fight the disease.

Broderick, a faculty member associated with Delaware State University, claims his sources are "legitimate." But his main source, the 1996 book by Leonard Horowitz, Emerging Viruses: AIDS and Ebola, uses pro-communist sources that were part of the worldwide Soviet disinformation network.

After Dan Rather bought into it, the phony charge surfaced again in 2008, when President Obama's anti-American pastor, Jeremiah Wright, cited the claim during a National Press Club appearance.

The charge that AIDS is a plot against blacks has been used by people like Jeremiah Wright and Louis Farrakhan to inflame race relations.

Jeremiah Wright specifically cited the Horowitz book, telling the National Press Club audience, "Have you read Horowitz' book – Emerging Viruses – AIDS and Ebola?"

Reading the book is helpful and enlightening. On page 363, it says, "For years preceding the end of the Cold War, the KGB gathered evidence, that Russian officials ultimately reported, suggesting an American origin of AIDS. Officials alleged that the AIDS virus had been a Pentagon invention – a germ unleashed for political purposes in Zaire."

So Horowitz cited the KGB as a source

As I also previously noted, the Horowitz book, on page 364, reproduced a Soviet "Pravda" cartoon depicting the "American origin" of the AIDS virus. He gave "courtesy" credit to Covert Action Information Bulletin and cited individuals associated with the publication as legitimate sources of information on this topic.

Covert Action Information Bulletin was associated with Philip Agee, the CIA defector who collaborated with the Cuban Communists.

Former KGB officer Oleg Gordievsky admitted the Soviet KGB role in spreading the AIDS charge against the U.S. in his 1990 book The KGB – The Inside Story. Gordievsky called the charge a "fabrication" that "also took in some of the Western media."

In 2001, when I challenged Horowitz on his sources, he accused me of being a "McCarthyist."

On October 28, the Wilson Center is featuring a discussion, "The AIDS Conspiracy: KGB and Stasi Disinformation," looking back to the 1980s when the disinformation campaign was running at full-speed and how even the "free media in West Germany played a central, if unwitting role, as multipliers of the KGB's disinformation thesis" on the Pentagon's alleged manufacturing of AIDS.

Hopefully, the role of the "free media" in the U.S. will also be covered.

However, all of the mechanisms that were used by the Reagan administration to rebut the Soviet AIDS disinformation have been dismantled.

As a result, the U.S. will continue to get a black eye internationally for trying to save the lives of black Africans.

© Cliff Kincaid


The qualified, educated and professional medical writers of this blog, Holland scientist/microsurgeon, Johan Van Dongen and the still engaged German doctor, Dr. Wolff Geisler, and of course, our freelance journalist, the African-Belgian, Joel Savage, will give Mr. Kincaid a good education about the origin of both Aids and Ebola.

It's unfortunate that while many writers are trying their best to inform the misled general public about the origins of Aids and Ebola, there are certain writers who are spreading lies about the origin of the diseases.

We quote, "Stories that the Pentagon manufactured Ebola in a laboratory have been surfacing in a number of U.S. and foreign media outlets, helping to create even more of a panic over the spreading disease."

We are humbly asking Mr. Kincaid, where he had his information that the US government or the Pentagon is not responsible for Aids or Ebola? Lies can never conquer the truth, so he mustn't write what he lacks knowledge about.

We can't count the number of times we have said this, yet we shall repeat it when it's necessary. "The US government is responsible for both Aids and Ebola in Africa, which have taken thousands of innocent people into their untimely graves."

Both Aids and Ebola are the US biological weapons planted in African jungles by US scientists in the military. The purpose is to test and see how effective they are for military defending purposes. 

Mr. Kincaid should ask the US government why are they still silent after Russia and the North Korea governments expose them of testing Ebola on African grounds? 

Many world leaders are now against the US government over those medical genocides but the US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, and the media wouldn't like to comment about that. 

However, we shall make it clear to the US government that no matter what aid they give to other countries, that is not going to influence them to support or follow America.

Nikki Haley should admit by now that her country is one of the most corrupt, oppressive and criminal countries in the world that continue to put the lives of innocent Americans in danger. 

America is one of the most hated countries in the world not because they have achieved something significant but because of its clandestine crimes, they think no one is aware. You can ride the horse to the stream but can't force the animal to drink water. Your aid can't buy any country in this world.

Health writers who don't know much about the origin of Aids and Ebola shouldn't write any useless article without research because it questions their integrity and educational backgrounds. Indeed many of them need to go back to school.

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