By Shepard Ambellas
Efforts to identify LBGTs for future targeting and possible depopulation have already begun
NEW YORK (INTELLIHUB) — Well folks, it doesn’t get any stranger than this.
The following 8 agencies are now collecting voluntary data on LGBT individuals.
- Department of Health
- Office for the Aging, Office of Mental Health
- Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services
- Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
- Office of Children and Family Services
- Office for People with Developmental Disabilities
- Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Capitol New York reported:
A 2011 Institute of Medicine report showed that limited data collection on health issues specific to the LGBT community had made it more difficult to identify disparities in the kinds of care available to them.
If that data was available, the state could develop better ways of addressing health problems like H.I.V./AIDS and certain types of cancers prevalent among gay men.
For example, O’Connell said, “70 percent of all new [H.I.V.] infections are among men who have sex with men. We need to be able to track this population.”
However, some feel this might all be a smokescreen for a hidden categorization and depopulation effort by the state, targeting gays and transsexuals, as it has already been proven that the treatment for AIDS is what actually kills you.
Celia Farber, Aug. 1993, wrote:
To anybody who has followed the literature on AZT throughout, this is not news at all, but merely “official” confirmation of what has been known for years. If one had launched a full-scale truth-finding expedition – groping through the fallen rubble of AZT propaganda to find the kernel of truth underneath it all – the Anglo-French Concorde study would not have seemed revelatory at all.
Concorde went on for three years, examining 1,749 HIV-positive but healthy people at 38 health centers in the U.K., Ireland, and France. Because the research lasted the longest of all AZT studies to fate, and its pedigree was unassailable (it was conducted by the highly reputable British Medical Research Council and its French equivalent), Concorde could not be dismissed. The team concluded that AZT – a highly toxic and carcinogenic drug – neither prolongs life nor staves off symptoms of AIDS in people who are HIV-antibody positive but still healthy.
The blueprint for the Concorde “disappointment” has been in the literature for many years. As we reported in November 1989, the first objective study was completed in France in 1988 and was published with very little fanfare in the Lancet, a British medical journal. The study found that AZT was too toxic for most people to tolerate, had no lasting effect on HIV blood levels, and left the patients with fewer CD4 cells than they had started with.
If Farber is right, the state may, at a future time, tell a large number gays and transsexuals that they do indeed have HIV/AIDS based merely on the westernized blot test, which has also proven to be a fraud and inconsistent.
The HIV Western blot consists of a thin nitrocellulose strip in which are embedded proteins claimed to be unique to HIV. Each protein is labelled with a ‘p’ followed by its molecular weight in thousands. Serum is added to the strip and if there are antibodies to a particular protein this band will ‘light up’.
The HIV Western blot is not standardised and thus around the world different combinations of bands are considered positive. Hence a positive test in one country is not positive in another. An African would not be positive in Australia. A person from the MACS would not be positive anywhere in the world including Africa. Yet the HIV Western blot is considered to be highly specific and is considered synonymous with HIV infection.
Need I say more?
About the author:
Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.