Tuesday, 2 July 2013

The Disclosures That Cost Author Wolfe Geisler His Life

Wolfe Geisler, who visited Zimbabwe some time in the past, was shot dead after making a speech at a book fare in Egypt on the subject matter of his book titled “Aids, Spread and Healing”. ...

This man’s book is a must read for all who are concerned about the status of their communities faced with those who would do anything to achieve total control. This is also for this world’s underdogs, who are being regularly used as guinea pigs for the development of killer diseases and other methods of mass incapacitation or population control. What is written in this book has been going on for longer than most people believe. It is still going on, especially in the third world, thanks in large part to the connivance of this region's bellies, i.e. people who think with their stomachs rather than their minds. These are people in power or influential on policy who would allow any foreigner to come into communities and do whatever they want, turning all into nothing better than guinea pigs. Look at the third world now … we are having diseases that were previously unheard of in our communities. For example, as many Africans will die from type 1 and 2 diabetes this year as will die from HIV/AIDS (around 2 million). They say it is due to lifestyle change. We are eating too much fast foods. Yet the majority of Africans cannot afford fast foods. Also, more and more of our women are infected with the virus causing cervical cancer, and the list goes on.

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On page 164, the author states: "In many regions of the world, humans have been used as test persons and also targets for biological weapons, e.g in Colombia, Ghana, Venezuela, ...... and particularly great numbers were used in bandundu(Zaire) and in the West Nile district of Uganda. The majority of experiments were carried out in Uganda - even out side West Nile region".

 The author further states:    - In Uganda, a natural experiment has occurred..... The elucidation    of this distribution (Kaposi's sarcoma) presents an opportunity to discover the cause and nature of this puzzling disease.  - Uganda is particularly well suited to the study of environmental factors in human disease.    - Uganda........ might have been designed as a huge natural experiment.  
Uganda's  AIDS epidemic........seems to have started a bit earlier    - Uganda is the bellwether for Africa - a case study of the future.

On the same page, the first description of the persons in Uganda in 1901 by a British physician, Cook, was: "The natives themselves are very intelligent, clean and splendidly developed physically. Malignant diseases are however not nearly as frequent as they are at home (Great Britain) and appear to run a slower course." Dr. Wolf further explains that; - In 1936, the yellow fever research institute was founded in Entebbe, an institution set by the British government and Rockefeller foundation. - In 1938, a mountain road was built from Fort Portal in Bwamba region, which was the most isolated county in Uganda and in 1942, the Rockefeller institute was then active there. - In 1939 - the Arua airport was constructed in West Nile without any recognizable reason. The reason given was the beef in Arua to be specially good tasting and was therefore to be flown to Kampala, 800 km away. –

In 1940 - the West Nile Virus was demonstrated –
In 1941 - the Bwamba fever virus –
In i944 - the semilik forest virus in Bwamba –
In 1946 - the Bunyamvera virus and Mengo encephalitis virus.

Where Cook had found comparatively few diseases in 1901 in the densely populated, highly agriculturally cultivated country, now world wide unique clusters of rare diseases and agents are found. On page 165, the author states: In Uganda, people from the West Nile district in particular were used as experimental and test objects for biological weapons. the region is intensely cultivated for agricultural purposes. There are 250 people per square mile in the Lugbara Plateau for example. The inhabitants' freedom of movement is limited an can easily be controlled by the state boundaries with Sudan in the north and Zaire (now DRC) in the south, lake Albert (the Mobutu sese seko) in the south and Albert Nile. In 1969, 600,000 inhabitants lived there. It was therefore easy for the observers to monitor the spread of diseases. According to the author, the following quotation from  scientific articles point to this fact: "In Uganda there exists a natural experiment as, within small distances, people of different ethnic stock live in similar environments and vice versa. This was how the scientists characterized the conditions for their experiments in West Nile district.

The results of their efforts: - In 1973, 66% of the children of one study, which included 46,000 children mainly from three regions around Kuluva, were infected with HI virus, - Only there - prior to the onset of the mass AIDS disease - were temporal and local clusters of Kaposi's sarcoma; these were so marked that they proved an infectious cause, - Only there were temporal and local clusters of Burkitt's lymphomas in children - also proof of an infectious disease, - The highest rate of antibodies against Epstein -Bar virus in the world came up over there. ENV "type B" is only found besides in New Guinea, in the West Nile district and on the isle of Reunion, - The largest incidences in the world of Schistosoma mansoni-infections have been there. It was limited to the area around the village of Pakwach on the Nile and allegedly remained inexplicable. On page 166, the author states: In 1941 the US American E.H Williams was commissioned by the Protestant African Inland Mission, which received financial assistance from agencies in USA to build a mission hospital in the district administration centre of Arua. The USA physicians offered as a specialty cancer treatment. This investment was made in anticipation of the diseases which were to strike the area at a later date. In 1951, the hospital was moved away from the town into the open country to Kuluva, six mile south of Arua. In the same year, the US Americans established a recording system extraordinary for a district hospital. All patients' data were recorded in a catalogue form. What was the real issue here was data on the diseases and not on the patients.

Search online and buy the book.  Also search for Christine Munduru’s book “Mass experiements in Uganda - Testing diseases in West Nile district.