World News: Nobel Peace Prize winner claims AIDS virus was deliberately created as bio agent
There's actually quite a lot of evidence supporting the theory that the AIDS virus was deliberately created. Now, a Nobel Peace Prize winner back the theory with her own statements about the origin of the AIDS virus|
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The official pointed to a report of those
comments published in August in Kenya's daily Standard newspaper, in which Ms
Maathai was quoted as saying that HIV/AIDS was created by scientists for the
purpose of mass extermination.
Posted on Tuesday, November 13 @ 11:00:39 MST by jcohen
- 10:09pm (AEST) Kenyan Wangari Maathai has become the first African
woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
- Kenyan ecologist Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to win the
Nobel Peace Prize, today reiterated her claim that the AIDS virus was a
deliberately created biological agent.
- "Some say that AIDS came from the monkeys, and I doubt that
because we have been living with monkeys (since) time immemorial, others say
it was a curse from God, but I say it cannot be that.
- "Us black people are dying more than any other people in this
planet," Ms Maathai told a press conference in Nairobi a day after
winning the prize for her work in human rights and reversing deforestation
- "It's true that there are some people who create agents to wipe
out other people.
- If there were no such people, we could have not have invaded Iraq," she said.
- "We invaded Iraq because we believed that Saddam Hussein had
made, or was in the process of creating agents of biological warfare," said Ms Maathai.
- "In fact it (the HIV
virus) is created by a scientist for biological warfare," she added.
- "Why has there been so much secrecy about AIDS?
- When you ask where did the virus come from, it raises a lot of
- That makes me suspicious," Ms Maathai said.
- Africa accounts for 25 million out of the estimated 38 million
across the world infected with HIV, and the vast majority of infected
Africans are women, according to UNAIDS estimates.
- The United States on Friday congratulated Ms Maathai on winning the
Nobel Peace Prize, but tempered its praise over her claims about AIDS.
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