Some have called AIDS the most devastating epidemic in the history of the mankind while others have named Ebola virus one of the most deadly viruses ever.
Since the discovery of the ruthless AIDS, as many as 35 million people have died of HIV virus, which causes aids, and more than 70 million people have been infected globally with the virus. In 2016 alone, an estimated 1.8 million individuals worldwide were newly infected with HIV; it is believed meanwhile, that more than 5,000 people are infected with HIV virus daily. Even though different health agencies, pharmaceutical industries, and philanthropists have pumped billions of dollars into AIDS-related research works, which have resulted in the manufacturing of medicines against the deadly virus and prolonging the lives of the AIDS victims, the challenges are still there, despite the combined efforts of the groups. Millions of individuals are still dying as a result of AIDS.
Recently, Ebola another very deadly – in fact, deadlier than AIDS – virus manifested in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Central African Republic, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) etc, killing innocent ones. The two epidemics equally come with other harsh realities such as social, political and economic havoc both on individuals and countries. But that is not all.
Interestingly, or some would say, sadly, according to many “authorities” in the health section, both AIDS and Ebola viruses originated from Africa. Clearly, the victims of these epidemics are often from poor countries. While many have accepted this medical theory regarding the origin of AIDS and Ebola, others doubt the coincidence and term the conclusion as pure scientific racism. This latter group wonders, assuming the virus was originally transmitted from eating infected monkeys, why, for example, the greater part of the population of Africa was not wiped out if HIV virus was really traced to monkeys? It is a well-known fact that monkey meat has been a delicacy in some part of the world, especially in Africa for thousands of years. So the argument goes, why didn’t the population of these monkey eaters die of AIDS years before the discovery of the HIV virus? Some individuals have equally questioned why most dangerous diseases are often traced to Africa. Could it be that there are some historical or racial dimensions to this reality? Yet, others have even challenged the objectivity of world bodies, most of them being financed and controlled by the West, which they argue are an extension of Western imperialism. Perhaps that has prompted some to jokingly nickname AIDS as American Intention To Destroy Sex.
But some serious researchers have gone beyond that nickname. They have even named AIDS and Ebola epidemics as man-made crimes. While it is easy to dismiss, ignore or label some of these claims as unsubstantial, many of the questions raised by these researchers can, in fact, be very disturbing.
A respectful Dutch Micro-Surgeon, Professor Johan van Dongen has in fact termed AIDS and Ebola epidemics the greatest medical genocides in the history as such a crime against humanity. Professor van Dongen, the former Dutch Bio-technician, Micro/surgeon and coordinator of the National and International Experimental Course in Microsurgery and the author of ‘Pleidooi voor de Aap’-The truth behind Aids and other virus infections, basically believes aids and Ebola are man-made.
“The virus is human-made and tested on black skinned people in Uganda and Zaire in Africa, in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.” Professor van Dongen claimed.
He challenged other scientists and researchers with many thought-provoking questions such as:
“How did the Soviets manage to get the Marburg virus only a few months after the outbreak in Marburg during the Cold War and lying behind the Iron Curtain? And how could there be an Ebola outbreak in Belgrade, also lies behind the Iron Curtain, at the same time happening in Marburg?”
Professor van Dongen also questioned how it was possible that the World Health Organization, in fact, could examine Ebola contaminated pigs and a worker in a pig farm in Bulacan, the Philippines before the outbreak of the disease in Reston in 1976? Furthermore, van Dongen wondered why it was only the WHO and some members of the US Army in the Philippines that had “the capability to transport, spread and identify the Marburg virus in the early sixties.” With this in mind, van Dongen asked: “who carried out the transport throughout the United States in the sixties?”
Clearly, I am not a scientist, as such, I might not be in a position to give competent and convincing answers to Professor van Dongen’s thought-provoking questions. However, the one thing is sure, van Dongen’s publications are indeed very interesting and provocative. They raise many serious unanswered questions concerning AIDS and Ebola diseases.
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