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[2008 Dec] Aids: An Iatrogenic Depopulation Strategy? by Andrew Maniotis, Ph.D., and Charles L. Geshekter, Ph.D. In 2004, the total number of South African deaths (in a country then of 47 million) whose cause was officially listed as "HIV Diseases" was 13,220. That number represented only 2.3% of ALL deaths in South Africa that year, a decrease from 2.6% five years earlier.
........The sanctity of breast-feeding also has been violated by the champions of the “HIV=AIDS” hypothesis. ..... the practice of brow beating African women to dissuade them from breast-feeding and passing onto their infants “HIV-infection” increased the death-rate in formula-fed infants some 20 times, compared to mother-infant pairs that weren’t dissuaded from breast-feeding.

[2003] Africa: Treating Poverty with Toxic Drugs By Liam Scheff

[Jan 2007] The WHO's Blueprint for Genocide
The recommended AZT dose for African infants and small children is the same per kg of body weight as the original high-dose AZT that is widely acknowledged to have killed an entire generation of grown men, and which has not been administered for almost a decade.

[2003] Depopulation and HIV by Jon Rappoport


HIV/AIDS and the Struggle for the Humanisation of the African
African National Congress
This report was published after the "Durban declaration" in 2000.
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Presidential Aids Advisory Panel Report
A synthesis report of the deliberations by the panel of experts invited by the President of the Republic of South Africa, the Honourable Mr Thabo Mbeki, March 2001

AIDS, Medicine and Public Health: The Scientific Value of Thabo Mbeki’s Critique of AIDS Orthodoxy
Charles L. Geshekter, Department of History, California State University, Chico, California 95929-0735. email:
Sam Mhlongo, M.D., Department of Family Medicine, Medical University of South Africa, P.O. Box 222, Medunsa, South Africa. email:
Claus Köhnlein, M.D., 24103 Kiel Königsweg 14, Germany. email:

AIDS in Africa, a field experience in Tanzania
Mark Deru (European Parliament 08/12/03)

Public health issues & the role of medicine in SA
Interview with Mark Griffiths (mp3)
Sam Mhlongo
(European Parliament 08/12/03

What Killed Makgatho Mandela?
Did Nelson Mandela's son really die of AIDS?

The Treatment Information Group, South Africa
Exposes the fraud, corruption, censorship and junk science behind the commercially driven project to feed poor Africans with highly toxic drugs

AIDS mortality figures are grossly inflated by the World Health Organisation and other interested parties


Tanzania, Kagera Region, epicentre of AIDS 15 years ago
Mark Deru

Update on Uganda
An analysis of the predictions and assumptions about the former epicenter of the AIDS epidemic. Implications for other African countries
Christian Fiala
(European Parliament 08/12/03)
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We have lived with HIV/Aids for 20 years
A call for an open discussion of contradictory facts
Christian Fiala

Benin HIV screening 2002 - A catastrophe for WHO & UNAIDS
Mark Griffiths

Aids sunset gives way to new dawn in Uganda
Neville Hodgkinson

Africa isn’t dying of Aids
Rian Malan

But—What About Africa?
David Rasnick and Christian Fiala