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HIV/AIDS in Africa

The HIV conspiracy is that the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was developed by US military research scientists in the 1950s, then intentionally introduced to the Congo, Africa—right dead center.


The HIV conspiracy is that HIV/AIDS serves as a measure of population control.[1] HIV is known for causing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The conspiracy alleges that the virus was intentionally introduced to the Congo, Africa, in 1959, using a human carrier subject, to observe and document its spread on the African human population. The development of HIV piggybacked off of the malaria eradication programme spearheaded by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1955. Since the HIV viral infection is controlled (through sexual activity), the Think Tanks of the 1960s could better prepare for a global epidemic scenario, by observing HIV spread in Africa —over the course of twenty years, before it came into public awareness. If the conspiracy of intentional exposure is true, then it’s quite likely that a vaccine or cure exists (locked up in vault). The Think Tank observation would also include how fast it would take civilian researchers to come up with a cure.[2][3]


Stored blood samples from a US malaria research project carried out in the Congo in 1959 produced evidence of early HIV infection. It’s estimated that about 2,000 people in Africa may have been infected with HIV by the 1960s.

It was in Kinshasa in the 1970s that the first epidemic of HIV/AIDS is believed to have occurred. The emerging epidemic in the Congolese capital was signaled by a surge in opportunistic infections, such as cryptococcal meningitis, Kaposi’s sarcoma, tuberculosis and specific forms of pneumonia.

It is speculated that HIV was brought to the city by an infected individual who travelled from Cameroon by river down into the Congo. On arrival in Kinshasa, the virus entered a wide urban heterosexual network and spread quickly. The world’s first spread of the HIV epidemic had begun.[4]