AIDS and The History of Depopulation Policies
Rolf. A. F. Witzsche
The difficulty in dealing with AIDS seems to be closely related to its history, and this is largely shrouded in mystery. One of the mysteries is the timing of the occurrence. Human beings have existed on this planet for tens of thousands of years, even for hundreds of thousands of years if one includes the stone age and pre-stone age cultures. This long history of humanity living without AIDS is now suddenly interrupted. This sudden interruption leads one to ask the question: Why? Why Now? Why did AIDS appear in the world, now, after all those thousands of years?
Of course, these questions have been asked many times and by many people, and has been answered in numerous ways. Some people insist that AIDS is a biological warfare agent, something of the Cold War period, or a biological experiment that has gone wrong. Some people who hold this belief claim to know also the location of the laboratory where the development work was supposed to have been done, that created the AIDS virus. The location is said to be in Africa.
As of this
writing, at the start of a new millennium, no credible evidence
can be found to substantiate the claim and related claims. Most people,
though, ignore the lack of evidence and point out that extensive cover-up
operations would surely have been launched that erased all traces of
evidence. They insist that AIDS must not be considered as a freak accident of
nature, for the simple reason that it occurred precisely at the period in
history when the advocates for world-wide depopulation where heard loud
and clear from the highest levels. Depopulation was a widely considered
subject in relevant circles during the 1970s and 80s. Even the public had
been successfully convinced that the earth is too full, and
that dramatic measures need to be taken to reduce the world population. Many people
still hold this belief today.