SUGGESTED FURTHER READING
Most of the following can be found easily, e.g, at
* Dr. Mary's Monkey, by Ed Haslam,
describes monkey virus research
in New Orleans, involving figures also involved in JFK assassination
* Queer Blood, the Secret AIDS Genocide Plot, Alan Cantwell
Alan's name is almost synonymous with "AIDS conspiracy", which you
can quickly see in Google search.
* "Me & Lee", Judyth Vary Baker. Judyth was a young science protége
with an interest in cancer. She later became involved with the biological
warfare research, masked as "cancer research" as discussed in Ed Haslam's
above book. She also had a documented connection with Lee Oswald,
with whom she had once been a coworker, and became romantically involved.
* "Mary's Mosaic", by Peter Janney.
This book is not about biological
warfare, but is context concerning the JFK assassination, including
CIA corruption and complicity of mainstream media. Janney's father was
a career CIA official, and their next-door neighbor was an even higher
ranking CIA official.
* "The River" by Edward Hooper.
Hooper was a well-respected BBC correspondent
and has a flair for rigorous detail, as evidenced by the size of this massive tome
which documents the likely connection of the African
AIDS epidemic to vaccine
programs. Hooper promotes a theory of "accident" rather than "genocide", which
the reader can consider for themselves, but the alleged vaccine connection is
relevant particularly in consideration of similar vaccine connections in the United
States and Cuba (which Hooper does not discuss).
* "Emerging Viruses: AIDS And Ebola : Nature, Accident or Intentional?", by Leonard Horowiz.
This was one of the early books discussing the shadiness surrounding the origin of AIDS.
Horowitz is a bright man with a Harvard degree, but critics charge that his credentials
are weak (being in the dental profession)
and that the book speculates in too much
unnecessary detail concerning exactly how the AIDS virus might have been created
(a "splicing" theory that has not borne out over time). Critics also charge that his later
books such as "Bible Codes" are not particularly lending to credibility. In spite those
criticisms, his book nonethess does still contain some useful background and insights,
and deserves credit for being one of the first to bring the subject at all to public attention.
* "Confessions of an Economic Hitman", by John Perkins
This book is about economics, not biological warfare, but again is "context" for
understanding of the full picture of political
reality: how deception is used with
intent for blatant exploitation, how intelligence world "jackals" step in when the
economic gamesmanship fails, how the media is too beholden to the same corporate
interests to really expose the picture for what
it is, leading even to cold-blooded
murders going unreported as such.
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