by: Susanne Posel
August 3, 2012
The Obama administration has given $80 million in grants to corporations working to produce AIDS related medication ; essentially using taxpayer money to help pharmaceutical companies in an initiative called AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).
ADAP has been demanding more and more funding while their assistance program has not been stellar, and leaves many suffering from HIV/AIDS on waiting lists with no end in sight.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) are planning a study of ADAP programs wherein they will use the data to create a more comprehensive network list of people affected by HIV/AIDS. Simply put: the US government, under the guise of developing comprehensive understanding for the purpose of assisting the drug corporations, they are creating an extensive list of all Americans afflicted with HIV and AIDS related complications.
On the east coast of America, volunteers from out-reach centers have begun going door-to-door in a community in Southwest Philadelphia telling residents to get HIV tested. They believe that by conducting these invasions of privacy for the sake of coercing more people to get tested for HIV, they can control the spread of the disease.
In Washington, DC, the International AIDS Conference (IAC) has ended. The Clinton Foundation (CF), founded by former President Bill Clinton, focused their talks on the cost of HIV-positive patients in under-developed nations. Because of their lack of access to proper medical care, their drain on their respective nations is “less than previously thought” according to the CF.
Clinton was concerned about removing children from their mothers who are diagnosed with HIV so that the spread of the virus would begin to stop in African countries like Ethiopia, Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia.
Under the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) begun in 2002, the relationship between drug corporations and governments has expanded and the delivery of pharmaceuticals has increased, although the incidents of HIV/AIDS have not decreased. CHAI provides more access to medical healthcare, yet the issue is still running rampant.
Globalist conferences like the IAC celebrate the eugenics connection to HIV/AIDS. In a recent study conducted by the Fenway Institute, black men in America who are homosexual are twice as likely as their white counterparts to contract the virus.