HIV & Africa: Connecting the Dots

June 21, 2009

As readers may know, the embarrassing revelations of my ongoing investigation into HIV/AIDS is now generating outrage from these South African gay activist groups and their sympathizers at ASRU, ITPC, Project Inform, TAG and universities like Syracuse, Cape Town, Johns Hopkins, Weill, Yale and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Because these individuals and organizations are tied directly or indirectly to this gay South African advocacy group, mounting evidence suggests that South Africa may be ground zero in AIDS mythology.

Why South Africa?

Several months ago, I described how companies like Shell and DeBeers could benefit from the promotion of AIDS and, years earlier, investigative journalist Janine Roberts reported how the diamond mining company DeBeers uses AIDS to avoid asbestosis and silicosis liability. In terms of mortality, credible reports show that HIV and AIDS has always been statistically irrelevant in the US (and Europe (2), Australia and South Africa [2007]) and preventable deaths due to ADRs kill and injure millions each year in America alone.

In this report (2009) RMIT Professor Jock McCulloch exposes a motive for the land of Apartheid to promote the mythology of AIDS in Africa:

Mbini worked at the President Steyn mine in Welkom from 1958 to September 1997. Prior to his retirement due to silicosis he was earning (~$109) a month as a stope team leader. Mbini has silicosis and tuberculosis and he is claiming damages of (~$110,000). That consists of the loss of past and future earnings of (~$49,000). Mbini’s claim of (~$18,500) for pain, suffering and loss of amenities of life is very low compared with claims made routinely before United Kingdom, US and Australian courts. His condition is almost certain to worsen and he will need annual X-rays, lung function tests, and medication for chronic pain. Bacterial infections will require periodic hospitalization. For that reason he is claiming (~$42,000) for future hospital and medical expenses. Silicosis is a vile disease for which there is no effective treatment. It is bad enough for those who have access to modern medical care; in South Africa the burden of disease among gold miners and their families is much heavier.

Mbini’s case is being led by the British lawyer
Richard Meeran. It falls into three parts: the duty of the defendant to the plaintiff, the breach of that duty, and the level of compensation to be paid. Mbini claims that Anglo American knew or should have known that silica dust causes silicosis and tuberculosis. It knew that the risk could be reduced by preventing the release of dust during mining or by providing miners with respirators. It should have provided clean overalls, and adequate washing and laundry facilities. Finally, Anglo American should have removed all dust from the hostels in which Mbini lived, and funded testing for lung impairment.

McCulloch also cites the Leon Commission (1995), which reported that between 1900 and 1995, “69,000 mineworkers had died… and more than a million were seriously injured,” mostly suffering from lung diseases like asbestosis, silicosis and tuberculosis. As a result of liability claims, 250,000 jobs were lost and the JCI mining company went bankrupt (more here).

However, by paying company physicians to blame their politically-defenseless (and mostly illiterate) black laborers for “irresponsible sex” (HIV/AIDS), these 1600+ mining companies (doc file) and their shareholders can save billions in liability by simply diagnosing HIV infection and distributing poisons like Retrovir and addictive hypnotics like Efavirenz as “life-saving medications.” In this way, these mining companies kill off their sick laborers before the Hottentots can sue.  (more  HERE).

Based upon the demands of Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) founder Zackie Achmat, mining companies like AVGold, AngloGold, Gold Field, AngloAmerican and RandGold now boast aggressive HIV/AIDS testing and treatment. Some now project the elimination of silicosis by 2013. By then, silicosis mortality will have plummeted as significantly as AIDS mortality will climb, giving the numbers gay activists need to perpetuate the myth of the “ravages of AIDS.”

The group pushing the AIDS mythology hardest is TAC, which is funded by the Treatment Action Group (TAG) – which is not only funded by a who’s who of pharmaceutical, mining, gay rights, entertainers and politicians, but is also the lead defendant in Celia Farber’s libel lawsuit.

The Ford Foundation also funds TAC, as well as the University of Cape Town units that control, operate and manage the attack dogs at AIDSTruth. The gay activists at the Tides Foundation and George Soros’ Open Society Institute (OSI) are also key players.


Because Ford, Tides, and OSI funding is a well-guarded secret, it’s hard to tell exactly how their donors influence those funds. But based upon the dots collected so far, it’s hard to ignore how or why 1,600 mining companies, their UN member countries and their funding of the World Health Organization (WHO) would push the AIDS mythology as hard as they do in the highest levels of government. Because slavery is considered bad political form, AIDS gives the world the next best thing – in the name of compassion. It’s brilliant!  (More about Africa mining here.)

By the way, £50,000 is still available to anyone who proves HIV exists and causes AIDS. After so many years, one would have thought that pot would’ve been collected my now.

Clark Baker began his investigative career with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1980 and has been a licensed private investigator since 1997.  Mr. Baker founded OMSJ in 2009.

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