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AIDS: Made in America
The Constant Gardener movie impels Canadian AIDS researcher to tell the real story on AIDS in AFRICA, Made in America.
Donald W. Scott, M.A., M.Sc. on his retirement as President of the Common Cause Medical Research Foundation has chosen this time during the distribution of Constant Gardener, the movie to issue a profound statement on the etiology of the AIDS virus.
Professor Scott is an expert on the subject of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), and related neuro-systemic degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Crohn’s-colitis and Alzheimer’s.
Professor Scott’s statement on AIDS, September 21, 2005
For ten years I, as the President of the Common Cause Medical Research Foundation, have led the study of the emergence of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) from a scientific and socio-political perspective. Our not-for-profit Foundation has established that this terrible plague is clearly the product of a conscious effort to reduce the population of certain Third World countries so that the natural resources of these countries may be more readily available to Western industrial nations. The evidence is compelling and is largely available if it is looked for in government sources and the scientific literature.
This two-path culture of the pathogens led to the development of two species of disease: HIV-1 and HIV-2. The former was principally disseminated in British, French, and Belgium colonies of Africa and the latter principally disseminated in Portuguese colonies and in Brazil. The laboratory work was done in the United States, Belgium and Portugal.
The ‘monkey kidney’ basis of the cultured pathogen led to the use of ‘MK’ as part of the CIA code for the program, including MKDELTA with the ‘delta’ alluding to the work being done at Tulane and at the Delta Regional Primate Center in New Orleans and the Louisiana State Agricultural Farm outside New Orleans. It was at the latter facility that the sheep virus was passaged through cattle to create the bovine visna virus, an antecedent to the human HIV.
The mycoplasma fermentans cofactor alone is readily spread by insect vector, aerosol, food contamination (principally cows’ milk) and in many vaccines and is an important factor in many of the neuro-systemic degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s-colitis, Alzheimer’s, diabetes type one, new variant brucellosis (a.k.a. chronic fatigue syndrome [CFS] and fibromyalgia [FM]) whose incidence has been increasing exponentially since the laboratory isolation of the mycoplasma in crystalline form from its bacterial antecedent.
The retroviral cofactor requires the exchange of body fluids, including blood and semen, or vaccines for its spread.
The Common Cause Medical Research Foundation has initiated the Sudbury Study to continue its research and to publicize the tragic reality of AIDS and CFS and the dramatic increase in the related diseases, and their spread by vaccines, food-chain contamination and aerosol diffusion. The participation of all concerned individuals and organizations is invited.
Dr. Scott can be reached at 705-670-0180. The complete journal can be downloaded at http://www.progressiveconvergence.com/Aids-made-in-America-Jourv5n3.pdf