Global Depopulation, Eugenics Agenda and HIV
July 25, 2012
At the International AIDS Conference (IAC) in Washington, DC, Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State, told the audience that: “The United States is committed and will remain committed to achieving an AIDS-free generation. We will not back off, we will not back down. We will fight for the resources necessary to achieve this historic milestone.”
Clinton revealed that the US would pledge new funding efforts to have males in the Southern regions of Africa circumcised while also directing money to research and development of drug corporation’s endeavors to stop HIV infected women from passing the disease to their children.
As part of the eugenics efforts of the global Elite, forced male circumcision has been happening in Africa under the guise of women’s rights. The UN’s International Criminal Court has presided over these alleged criminals and classified their sentence to forced circumcision as part of “humane efforts” to stop their behavior.
Most of these “procedures” are conducted under mob rule with archaic disregard for human suffering. Kitchen knives, unsanitary conditions and lack of medical care afterward ensure that most of these victims do not survive long after their sentencing.
The global scientific strategy at the IAC was a coalition of international scientists working under the direction of UNAIDS to develop preventative measures, identifying human immune-responsive drugs and get them onto the market as quickly as possible.
Dr. Steven Deeks of the AIDS Research Institute, believes “that at best [its] 50-50 that we’re gonna get a cure” so preventative medicine is a better focal point.
By studying the “elite controllers” (people who are carriers, but do not display symptoms of HIV) scientists can decipher how the human immune system works and develop pharmaceuticals to administer to the public.