In 2004 a journalist named Liam Scheff wrote an article called “The House That AIDS Built.”
In it, he wrote, “The drugs being given to the children are toxic they’re known to cause
genetic mutation, organ failure, bone marrow death, bodily deformations, brain damage and fatal skin disorders. If the children refuse the drugs, they’re held down and have them force fed.
If the children continue to resist, they’re taken to Columbia Presbyterian hospital where a surgeon puts a plastic tube through their abdominal wall into their stomachs. From then on, the drugs are injected directly into their intestines.”
Scheff continued, “In 2003, two children, ages 6 and 12, had debilitating strokes due to drug toxicities. The 6-year-old went blind.
They both died shortly after. Another 14-year old died recently. An 8-year-old boy had two plastic surgeries to remove large, fatty, drug-induced lumps from his neck.”
Scheff was convinced that these drug trials were for AIDS. “This isn’t science fiction. This is AIDS research. The children at ICC were born to mothers who tested HIV positive, or who themselves tested positive.
However, neither parents nor children were told a crucial fact — HIV tests are extremely inaccurate. The HIV test cross-reacts with nearly seventy commonly-occurring conditions, giving false positive results.”
The drug trials were reportedly sponsored by NIAID (National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, a division of the NIH), NICHD (the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) in conjunction with some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies: GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Genentech, Chiron/Biocine and others, implicating Dr. Anthony Fauci.
However, there is still barely any tangible evidence about the whole debacle.
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