by: Susanne Posel
July 31, 2012
The 2012 International AIDS Conference (IAC) has attracted 40,000 of the world’s leading scientists, researchers, advocates and eugenicists to Washington DC. The topics of discussion are HIV vaccines, preventative measures and public policy.
A focus on under-developed nations and controlling the spread of HIV has prompted initiatives in countries like Puerto Rico by combining propaganda and forced participation in medical services.
Bill Gates, supporter of eugenics, spoke at the IAC. Gates asserted that the UN is showing the globally, HIV/AIDS is still “a problem”. While wealthy, industrialized nations, like the US, are the backbone of funding and research and development, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have pledged $2.5 billion in HIV grants directly to the UN’s Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria .
Gates is speaking with pharmaceutical corporations like Merck to assist in an HIV vaccine and support the use of citizens in under-developed nations for “a series of clinical trials” to ensure that an immunization is approved for global use.