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From: holderlin66
Date: Wed Jul 14, 2004 10:18 pm
Subject: interesting article/follow up AIDS

holderlin and Deborah wrote:

Politically, military targetted diseases and WHO propaganda can impact whole cultures and countries with subtle new techniques of extortion and blackmail. (With Hiroshima Eyes: Atomic War, Nuclear Extortion, and Moral Imagination by Joseph Gerson)

Not only can the citizens of America, Canada, China and Africa become guinea pigs in biological enhanced global extortion and blackmail but the fact that ANTHRAX was sprinkled around to enflame the country and the U.S. has already active lab activity growing like Stephen King's "The Stand" that really reveal the type of kidnapping, blackmail and extortion that can shake whole economies.,11882,1260790,00.html

Sarah Boseley in Bangkok
Wednesday July 14, 2004
The Guardian

America was yesterday accused by France of blackmailing developing countries into giving up their right to produce cheap drugs for Aids victims. In a move that may strain already tense relations between the two countries, the French president, Jacques Chirac, said there existed a real problem of favourable trade deals being dangled before poor nations in return for those countries halting production of life- saving generic drugs.

These cheap drugs compete with identical but more expensive patented varieties made by the world's largest pharmaceutical companies.

"Making certain countries drop these measures in the framework of bilateral trade negotiations would be tantamount to blackmail, since what is the point of starting treatment without any guarantee of having quality and affordable drugs in the long term?" Mr Chirac wrote in a statement that was read to the International Aids conference in Bangkok yesterday."


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