AIDS / Al Qadea Link?
| Humor me a moment, but don't lose sight of the fact that I'm not normally a conspiracy theory kind of guy | It was listening to the BBC on the shortwave that got me thinking that way, honest | Anyway, here goes |
Back in 1979 I was living in a little village in the mountains, population maybe 600 | We had a library with mostly free-will trades of gothic novels, adventure novels, novels for kids, and science fiction stuff | Not a whole heck of a lot else | One day, I strode in the the librarian had this plainly letered, yellow cover paperpack under the desk and pulled it out for me | "Thought you might find this interesting
," she said. "Donated by somebody from the Air Base
" | I shrugged, but she knew my tastes | This fell in the crypto-paranoid social-science fiction department | Took a few glances | Germ warfare experiments starting at the biowarfare reseach center in Maryland's Eastern Shore | Inoculated "volunteers" from prisons and conscientious objecter pools [conscripted "during the last war
"] had themselves injected with the virus so scientists could sit back and watch | Another Tuskeegee Experiment situation, or so it seemed | "An incurable form of syphillis" | Fictional, I was told | So I had to take it |
What followed was maybe 170 pages of don't-put-that-book-down thriller | Moving the "volunteers" from Marlyand to a former Nike missle silo in Utah [loacle for another real quasi-top-secret germ warfare research site
] the inmate guinea pigs are encouraged to engage in research,themselves, to find the cure for this thing, since none was known at the time the experiment began |
The story's protagonist - and principal record keeper, guides his readers through descriptions of disease symptoms including sarcomas, increased susceptibility to all manner of illnesses, dementia and, eventually death | The underground bunker, from where all are forbidden to leave gradually becomes a disease laden nuthouse |
There is a love story here too, though bittersweet | Seems one of the nurses falls for one of the confined and they eventually consummate their relationship | Just as the nurse is about to be quarantined into the bunker herself, she doesn't return from her life outside, and she escapes |
The latter chapters of the book become incrasingly hallucinatory in writing style yet still some key points are clear | Among them is that, although permanantly confined, the bunker is well equipped with all manner of media reception and subscriptions to publications from around the world | The inmates and their keepers grimly track the spread of the new disease around the planet, making conjectures [confirmed, per the story line, but prior to the actual known AIDS time lines
] about in what populations the disease would spread, along which well, known travel routes, and where they'd find it surfacing first | Chilling!
Now, you may ask, what does this have to do with Al Qadea and bin Laden? | Well, it's the spread of a virus, of sorts - though one more tailored to infect that living organism Gaia | Begun at different times and locales, with the Al Qadea strain, but perhaps originated from the same dark geniuses | You know, crypto, military characters
The Al Qaeda strain released in Afghanistan while the Russkies were still Cold War adversaries | And, like it's AIDS comparison, still with no known cure | Maybe the book that goes with this latter disease
has an answer, maybe not | The other book didn't |
Image source: all from random Google Image searches | Images probably copyrighted | regarding the book: No I no longer have it; it got lost among many sundry moves | Would be interested in hearing if anyone else has stumbled across it, however | There's also Charlie Wilson's War, a history of the covert operations in Afghanistan that helped in the creation and development of Al Qaeda | Regarding other conspiracies that have been documented check out Chemtrail Central