Be aware! Mass shooters are typically C.I.A. mind-control subjects being used in conjuction with the C.I.A.-controlled mass media. The objective is to terrorize the public into eventually consenting to the surrender of privately‑owned firearms and other individual rights to the state. For further details, see this article.
Remember the whole "AIDS epidemic" which started in the early 1980s? It's funny how we don't hear a whole lot about that anymore, isn't it? There is a reason why.
Here are just a few of the very best resources that I'd recommend on the subject. The medical-pharmaceutical complex has been engaging in deception, human experimentation and genocide.
They were hoping that we'd all just forget about this, and once you learn the truth you'll see why ...
... and then you'll know why Magic is smiling.
Magic Johnson is still alive.
The two documentary videos that begin this page are required viewing for everyone:
If video won't play, click here. You can also buy the full film on DVD here.
I'm not surprised that a disease is found to be "cured" if it never existed in the first place!
Something strange sure is going on ...
The Secret AIDS Genocide Plot by Alan Cantwell, M.D.
AliveAndWell.org "Information that raises questions about the accuracy of HIV tests, the safety and effectiveness of AIDS drug treatments, and the validity of most common assumptions about HIV and AIDS."
VirusMyth.com To help you make better informed health decisions, this Web site archives evidence and opinions of scientists, journalists and others against the myths of AIDS. The site contains more than 1500 pages with over 1000 articles. Most of these articles have been published in (peer-reviewed) journals, magazines, and newspapers.
Duesberg.com Peter Duesberg's HIV/AIDS research web site. Peter H. Duesberg, Ph.D. is a professor of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.
AIDS Controversy A growing group of scientists challenge the idea that HIV is harmful or causes "AIDS."
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