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a thick compelling read. He's done a ton of research to link AIDS as a manmade virus and why it appeared in gay & central African populations simultaneously in the late 1970's. As a molecular biologist that deals with pathogenic microorganisms,I find his claims / theory deserve a cold hard look which the bulk of the AIDS research community has refused to do with any objectivity. Whether the epidemic is manmade and intentional or unintentional is somewhat beside the point; there's some fairly wel...
While I have no problem believing that government forces are undeniably doing some spooky and horrifying things behind the backs of the public, it was so hard to take this book seriously. Many of the conclusions he reaches are somewhat far-fetched (going into research with the desire to prove a conspiracy theory doesn't always work. If you're looking for something suspicious, you're apt to find it somewhere). Also, don't know if it was just the edition I was reading, but the ridiculous amount of...
Scientific evidence and insider documents present a convincing case alleging that the AIDS virus was manufactured as a means of depopulation, specifically targeting Africans and homosexuals. The information was given in layman's terms for those with no PhD in science. Intriguing and scary.
Didn't quite finish it, but I got what I think I can get out of it and it is due back at the library. The most interesting aspect of this book was the source material about the CIA's bacterial/viral/chemical weapons programs. Fascinating and terrifying stuff. As far as his thesis goes, he makes a compelling argument by showing an enourmous amount of well documented causal relationships without quite putting the nail in the coffin. Also, it was written in a strangely flippant way for how dark the...
Scary, not everything the government does is in your best interest.....
As fun as it is to read a conspiracy theory book, I had to mark this as only 2 stars. Super farfetched, lacking in real facts, and overall just trying as hard as it can to push ideas at you without sufficiently backing them up. So many irrelevant details that he tries to make something out of. Like I said though, it is fun to read it, despite the fact that it is a poor effort.
might work as science fiction or an espionage thriller, wherein evil gubmint creates killer diseases.
Amazing read, well worth one's time. The author does a great job of laying out theories and connecting the dots.
Excellent research exposing the corruption behind government-funded vaccine research. Provides many photocopies from the US government in regard to the creation, testing and release of bio-warfare among an unsuspecting population.
Excellent if you enjoy a good conspiracy theory (but is any of it true, is AIDS a manufactured weapon?)..
Were you able to say "Gotcha!", when the author had misunderstood something?