Aids A Manmade Disease Or Not, What The Us Government Doesn't Want You To Know.

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AIDS by modest estimation can be characterized as the 21st Century answer to the plague. The question most inevitably arises upon whether or not the virus that causes AIDS, HIV, was man made or a natural outbreak. Religious thinkers point to the ever worsening moral landscape of society that brought on God's wrath in the form of AIDS. Conspiracy Theorists however point to the many hearsay rumors from former Fort Detrick workers that AIDS was created as the ultimate biological weapon and was tested on gays and the African American Drug Using population. Upon all this speculation one thing about AIDS is made abundantly clear, and that is there is still no published cure for it yet and it has killed millions worldwide.Let us delve into a brief study about the U.S. Biological Weapon's program and how has it evolved to make it one the prime suspects in the societies' answer to the origin of the AIDS virus. One example is the Tuskegee Syphilis Study conducted by the U.S. Public health service that "ran a study on 400 syphilitic black men, denying them not only treatment for their ailment but any information that they had the disease at all,... which lasted for forty years. "(VANKIN 297) Another example is the 1931 Puerto Rican cancer experiment conducted by the Rockefeller Institute infected 13 Puerto Ricans with cancer who eventually died. These experiments were all classified and subjects experimented on to see the effects of lab created diseases on real live humans.The history of AIDS is requirement in the study of its development. The evidence regarding what seems to be symptoms of the AIDS virus begins to pop up when a canis strain brucella a precursor to AIDS began to show up in 1972. This after Dr. Donald McArthur in 1976, a high level defense department biological research administrator showed up at a House subcommittee meeting asked for funding about developing a "microorganism which would differ in certain important aspects from any known disease causing organisms, most important of these " he continued -and this is the ominous part, "is that it might be refractory to the immunological and therapeutic processes upon which we depend to maintain our relative freedom from infectious disease"(VANKIN 295). In July 4, 1984,...

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