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THINK OF YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
. . . NOW THINK OF THEM DEAD

The number of AIDS infected people is doubling approximately every 14 months, and in some areas even sooner. With twelve to fifteen million Americans carrying the virus, you don't have to be a rocket scientist to see how long we have here in the U.S. Africa has, conservatively, 75 million infected; some estimates double that. Brazil as a country is in serious jeopardy because all through the 1970's they were buying their blood supply from Africa. On top of that, the World Health Organisation (WHO) conducted a large scale small pox vaccination program there in the 1970's (for the full implications of that see "The Strecker Memorandum"). Southern Japan has about 30 percent infected with HTLV I, the leukaemia causing virus (although you will never hear about that on TV). Russia is now reporting AIDS as a

problem and no one can enter Russia permanently without a current negative blood test for AIDS. Cuba has already set up concentration camps for AIDS infected and they are full (you won't see that on TV either). Haiti of course is ravaged by AIDS; more than 15 percent of the people infected and getting worse every day. And so it goes. Virtually every nation on earth with few exceptions (Iran is one) is reporting a growing problem. It's on every continent, every subcontinent, and every island chain, Atlantic and Pacific. So why won't the media or government tell you these things? Is it too controversial for you to handle? Are you going to panic?

IS THERE ANY HOPE?

Yes and no. NO, if you are waiting for the government to create a magic bullet. As you will see in "The Strecker Memorandum," part of the problem is that all the various AIDS viruses are "recombinant retroviruses." Very simply, that means they have the ability to recombine with the genes of any cell they enter and the offspring or new viruses they form are different from the parent viruses. HTLV III alone (that's the most common American AIDS virus)

has the mathematical ability to change itself 9,000x9,000x9,000x9000 times (which is 9,000 to the fourth power). The common cold recombines much less frequently and we haven't found a cure for it after a hundred years. Besides, does it make much sense to entrust the cure for AIDS to the same people that may have created it? YES, there is hope if Dr. Strecker and a growing number of realistic scientists are correct in looking at alternative, nonallopathic, non drug modalities based on Raman spectroscopy. In fact many experiments are going on now that offer great promise. Unfortunately, our government takes a dim view of any type of treatment for any type of

disease let alone AIDS that does not conform to its rigid rules for acceptance, registration, and legalisation. of course the FDA would definitely like to see an allopathic drug treatment or cure presented by an ethical drug company or university. Well, we don't think that's going to happen. Because of this attitude, much experimentation in America must go underground, underfunded, or out of the country entirely. Again, this is explained further in "The Strecker Memorandum."

BE BOLD AND MIGHTY FORCES WILL COME TO YOUR AID OR MIGHTY FORCES WILL COME AND KILL YOU

An ominous personal aspect of this story has been the sudden and unexpected deaths of two of the key players. First, Dr. Strecker's brother, Ted Strecker, was found shot to death in his home in Springfield, Missouri, an apparent suicide, on August 11, 1988. Was Ted Strecker suicidal?

Perhaps. In the past he suffered from depression and monumental frustration at the relative lack of interest in his findings. Dr. Strecker spoke with him the night before his death. Ted was cheerful, in good spirits, and looking forward to certain new developments that promised progress. The next day he was found dead, his 22 calibre rifle next to him. No note, no message, no goodbyes to anyone. Very untypical of him. officially a suicide. Next, Illinois State Representative Douglas Huff of Chicago was found alone in his home, dead from an apparent overdose of cocaine and heroin, on September 22, 1988. Representative Huff did everything in his power to make the Illinois

State Legislature and the people of Chicago aware of Dr. Strecker's work. He was very vocal, gave many press interviews, was constantly on television and radio urging people to wake up to the cover-up concerning AIDS. Did Representative Huff use drugs? Perhaps yes, but only occasionally and recreationally. Was he an addict? No. Would he have known how dangerous a massive overdose off cocaine and heroin was? Yes, of course. Cause of death: officially a stroke. Dr. Strecker has serious doubts that his brother killed himself. Representative Huff's associates doubt he died accidentally, and yet they are gone. Who's next?
 

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IGNORANCE IS BLISS, OR IS IT SUICIDE?

We all know it is easier for a king to have a lie believed than a beggar to spread the truth. Well, we are spreading the truth about AIDS. Unfortunately, it isn't pretty. But the fact is you are not being told the truth by the government or the so-called AIDS experts. The media, for reasons of their own, will not present information contradicting the official propaganda. So you can choose to go along with the same people who gave us brain cancer (SV-40 virus) as a result of their contaminated polio vaccines in the early 1960's; a polio like disease from their contaminated Swine Flu vaccine in the 1970's; and AIDS from their smallpox and hepatitis B vaccines; or, you can at least make yourself a ware of the clear and present dangers that we all face by watching "The Strecker Memorandum." The cost of the tape is nominal, but we submit that remaining ignorant can cost infinitely more.

Thank you, THE STRECKER GROUP

STOP PRESS: At an International Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland on HIV, medical experts were told that women were now being infected with HIV at the world-wide rate of two a minute as the AIDS epidemic gathers pace. The World Health Organisation (WHO) Director said, "AIDS was still in its early stages. By the year 2000 they expected that more than 13 million women will have been infected of which a third, by then, would have died". (Source: Sydney Daily Telegraph Mirror, 8/9/93.)
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Check out Black students rally around Duke rape victim

They came to pray, hope and cry. More than 250 students of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) rallied in a candlelight vigil Apr. 3 to show their support and love for one of their own—the alleged victim of a brutal gang rape by several members of the predominately White Duke University lacrosse team at a wild off-campus party over four weeks ago.

Click here: Black students rally around Duke rape victim
 

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Complication Of Daily Life ''

Unfavorable environments , Un -Congenial atmospheres , And other obstacles do not necessarily lead to the defeat of one's efforts . Rathers , They can serve as trials , And aids in the development of such strong powers as discrimination , Empathy , will and endurance . On the other hand , Undesirable company is highly disastrous . For such contacts fills the mind with useless ideas , Hate , Racism , Sectism Etc . To avoid being pulled into negativity , The righteous person should protect him or herself carefully from any distracting influences .

People who lie and steal , Or are greedy . Or indulge in backbiting , And thy pass the time with idle gossiping ; They have no place in the life of righteous person . The elder use to say ; The more you notice a monkey , the more it will clown . Avoidance is safe . Avoid those disagreable . The healthiest approach; Is to strictly avoid them . The term undersirable company includes more than just people ; It's anything that gives rise to negative thoughts , like bad music , dangerous sports .

All negative vibrations . Rowdy surround - ings , dark parties , gangs , the wrong place to be , War , murders , books and tapes with lots of killing and lust , And songs that create discontents . Movies and television programs centering on violence and sensuality , All that lead the mind astray and fill it with desires it would not normally have . On should even consider curtailing the reading of some newspapers , For their intent , As well as effect ;

Is to tantalize the mind with waves of unrest , And sensationalism . All these distraction draw the mind outward ; Rather than focus it inward . They foster the illusion ; That this world is a solid reality , And obscure the supreme truth , Which underlies all names and forms .
 

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THE SCIENCE OF AFRICAN BIOCHEMISTRY

There are differences in body physiology between the races of Mankind. Every human has a specific biochemical makeup and therefore requires a unique biochemical diet in order to stay healthy and free from disease.

Nature has programmed every human body-type with certain food parameters which helps to prevent damage to the biochemical nutritional homeostasis (balance). Ancient African health practitioners taught that the human body has a vital force (aura, electromagnetic field) that allows one type of vitamin to change into another type of vitamin/or energy.

It is important to understand that energy is the basic unit of the human body. It is the foundation upon which all the cells, organs, tissues, and chemicals are formed in the body. The body emits a vibratory frequency which reflects the thoughts, foods, and medicines we ingest and contributes to the structure of our vital force.

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DETROIT 911 OPERATORS UNDER FIRE

DETROIT 911 OPERATORS UNDER FIRE: Woman dies after 5-year-old son’s call to 911 not taken seriously.

*A 911 dispatcher in Detroit is under investigation after refusing to take a 5-year-old seriously when he called about his dying mother. The Detroit Police Department promised a thorough investigation Friday after the transcripts of the call made national news last week.

Robert Turner, now 6, called 911 twice on Feb. 20 after his mother collapsed in her bedroom. The recording indicates his pleas were written off by operators as a prank. Robert's mother, 46-year-old Sherrill Turner, died of complications from an enlarged heart.

Here is what transpired with Dispatch and the little boy:

Dispatcher: "Emergency 911, what's the problem?"

Robert: "My mom has passed out. ..."

Dispatcher: "Where's Mr. Turner at?..."

Robert: "Right here."

Dispatcher: "Let me talk to him."

Robert: "She's not gonna ... she's not gonna talk."

Dispatcher: "OK, well I'm going to send the police to your house and find out what's going on with you. ..."


According to the Detroit Free Press, the police never arrived. At 9:02 p.m., Robert called back.


Robert: "My mom has passed out. ..."

Dispatcher: "Where's the grown-ups at?"

Robert: (Inaudible)

Dispatcher: "Let me speak to her before I send the police over there."

Robert: "She's not gonna talk. ..."

Dispatcher: "Now put her on the phone before I send the police out there to knock on the door and you going to be in trouble."

Robert: "Ugh." (Hangs up.)


Robert later told the Free Press that he was scared and hung up the phone. One of the boy's older sisters, Delaina Patterson, who lives in Novi, said police arrived at the home after 9 p.m.

http://www.eurweb.com/story/eur25795.cfm
 

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Little aid being spent in Sudan

Little of the $4.5bn pledged a year ago for reconstruction by donors has so far reached the southern Sudanese people.
The United Nations envoy in Sudan, Jan Pronk, has told donors in Paris that setting up systems to oversee spending in an area devastated by war took time.

The BBC's Jonah Fisher in Sudan says frustration is growing that Sudan's peace deal has yet to deliver badly needed improvements in basic services.

He says oil revenues are available, but the capacity to deliver remains low.

There are hundreds of millions of dollars in the government's accounts but few new buildings in southern Sudan's capital, Juba.

Major projects to create schools, hospitals and roads have yet to begin and teachers, soldiers and civil servants have not been paid.

The delays are blamed on the slow implementation of the peace deal that ended 21 years of war in the south; the teething problems of the new southern administration and conditions attached to aid to prevent corruption.

Darfur

At the Paris meeting, the vice-president of Sudan, Salva Kiir, who comes from the south, made a point of asking the donors not to make funding for redevelopment contingent on progress to resolve the three-year conflict in the western region of Darfur

Over that time, some 2m people have been driven from their homes into camps by rape, killing and looting.

On Wednesday, Sudanese politicians met the UN, the United States and the African Union (AU) in Belgium to consider proposals to transform a weak 7,000-strong African peacekeeping force into a full-blown UN peace mission in Darfur.

Sudan is still resisting the idea but the US deputy secretary of state, Robert Zoellick, told journalists at the Paris conference that there were now indications that this opposition was now waning.

"We don't have time to waste," he warned.

However, government ministers have said they oppose the move and thousands of Sudanese protested in Khartoum on Wednesday against any UN deployment chanting: "Down, Down USA."

AU ministers are due to decide on Friday whether to ask the UN to take control of their mission in Darfur
 

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Tyler Perry Hits the Jackpot...Again

Tyler Perry fans reunited at theaters for another tale of mad black women. ``Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion,'' a comic drama in which writer-director Perry also stars in three roles, debuted as the weekend's No. 1 movie with $30.25 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.

It was a second gold mine for Lionsgate Films, which also released Perry's ``Diary of a Mad Black Woman,'' the movie that opened as No. 1 with $21.9 million on the same weekend last year.

Lionsgate hopes to have a third Perry movie out over the same weekend next year, said Steve Rothenberg, the company's president of distribution.

``It's a time when we can really dominate the box office,'' Rothenberg said. ``If we were out at Christmas, we'd be competing with the big holiday and Oscar films, but late February with Black History Month and less competition is a great time period for us.''

This weekend's other new wide releases flopped. The Weinstein Co. animated tale ``Doogal,'' a fairy-tale adventure with a voice cast that includes Whoopi Goldberg, Kylie Minogue and Jimmy Fallon, debuted at No. 8 with $3.6 million.

New Line's crime thriller ``Running Scared,'' starring Paul Walker as a mobster scrambling to recover a gun used in the slaying of a cop, opened at No. 9 with $3.1 million.

Walker also stars in last weekend's No. 1 movie, Disney's dog tale ``Eight Below,'' which slipped to second place with $15.7 million. ``Eight Below'' grossed $45.1 million in 10 days.

Though ``Madea's Family Reunion'' opened more strongly than ``Diary of a Mad Black Woman,'' the overall weekend box office declined. The top 12 movies took in $99.8 million, down 4.4 percent from the same weekend last year.

Based on Perry's stage play, ``Madea's Family Reunion'' depicts a variety of domestic crises as a clan prepares for a reunion. Among the characters Perry plays is the heavyset, pistol-packing Grandma Madea, whom he also played in ``Diary of a Mad Black Woman.''

The film was shot for just $6 million.

Perry's stories about empowerment of women set among Madea's family have a built-in following among black audiences familiar with his plays and video versions of the tales. Black women 35 and older made up 52 percent of the movie's audience, according to Lionsgate.

``The themes Tyler Perry presents resonate very strongly with the black community,'' said Paul Dergarabedian, president of box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations. ``It reminds me of 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding.' It has elements of comedy and drama and community that just definitely works.''

The South African film ``Tsotsi,'' a nominee for best foreign-language film at the Academy Awards, opened strongly in limited release with $78,000 at six theaters, for a healthy $13,000 average.

By comparison, ``Madea's Family Reunion'' averaged $13,788 in 2,194 theaters, ``Doogal'' did $1,557 in 2,318 cinemas, and ``Running Scared'' averaged $1,909 in 1,611 theaters.

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc. Final figures will be released Monday.

1. ``Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion,'' $30.25 million.

2. ``Eight Below,'' $15.7 million.

3. ``The Pink Panther,'' $11.3 million.

4. ``Date Movie,'' $9.2 million.

5. ``Curious George,'' $7 million.

6. ``Firewall,'' $6.3 million.

7. ``Final Destination 3,'' $5.35 million.

8. ``Doogal,'' $3.6 million.

9. ``Running Scared,'' $3.1 million.

10. ``Freedomland,'' $2.9 million
 

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The U.S. was behind the Rwandan Genocide

From the outset of the Rwandan civil war in 1990, Washington's hidden agenda consisted in establishing an American sphere of influence in a region historically dominated by France and Belgium. America's design was to displace France by supporting the Rwandan Patriotic Front and by arming and equipping its military arm, the Rwandan Patriotic Army (RPA)

From the mid-1980s, the Kampala government under President Yoweri Musaveni had become Washington's African showpiece of "democracy". Uganda had also become a launchpad for US sponsored guerilla movements into the Sudan, Rwanda and the Congo. Major General Paul Kagame had been head of military intelligence in the Ugandan Armed Forces; he had been trained at the U.S. Army Command and Staff College (CGSC) in Leavenworth, Kansas which focuses on warfighting and military strategy. Kagame returned from Leavenworth to lead the RPA, shortly after the 1990 invasion.

Prior to the outbreak of the Rwandan civil war, the RPA was part of the Ugandan Armed Forces. Shortly prior to the October 1990 invasion of Rwanda, military labels were switched. From one day to the next, large numbers of Ugandan soldiers joined the ranks of the Rwandan Patriotic Army (RPA). Throughout the civil war, the RPA was supplied from United People's Defense Forces (UPDF) military bases inside Uganda. The Tutsi commissioned officers in the Ugandan army took over positions in the RPA. The October 1990 invasion by Ugandan forces was presented to public opinion as a war of liberation by a Tutsi led guerilla army.

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