World AIDS Day


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Ribbon of Red by Michael Watts

A woman came up to me and said
"Why do you wear that there"
I said "To show I remember to show I care"

A man came up to me and said
"Why do you wear that there"
I said "To show it's out there to show I'm aware"

A child came up to me and said
"Why do you wear that ribbon of red"
I said "I wear it for the living and for the dead"

A Teenager came up to me and said
"I know why you wear that ribbon there"
"Oh" I said "Please tell my why"
"I don't need to" he said "I can see the pain in your eyes"

The above poem is from WorldAIDSDay.org. Five (5) people worldwide die of AIDS every minute. Do you have time? Take a minute, click the ribbon and visit their site today.

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When J. Edgar Hoover and the F.B.I. wanted to get rid of Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., they simply hired "outside help" in the form
of Corrado Giacona and his "Southern-Fried Mafia." James Earl Ray was
a hired MAFIA, part-time C.I.A. assassin working under the umbrella
of an elite U.S ARMY Special Forces Sniper Team in MEMPHIS, TN.

The same with Malcolm X: His assassination was an INSTIGATION brought
about through the F.B.I., an organization with a history of
exploiting "bad-blood" between rival political factions and crime
organizations within the United States, which exploited existing bad-
blood between Mr. X and the NATION of ISLAM to bring about
his "timely demise" in 1965. (I can testify about this tactic: See
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/shadowobjectivists/message/44.)

The United States Government has done, and continues to do, "things"
which no American, when armed with the right, proper and correct
facts, can be proud of (see
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/shadowobjectivists/message/29) and, on
this WORLD AIDS DAY, what I am driving at, the whole entire history
of the development of AIDS/HIV should arouse the same, if not
greater, righteous indignation that surrounded the discovery of NAZI
DEATH CAMPS in WWII EUROPE! I mean to say, "If you knew what I know
about the United States of America, you wouldn't want to see the
STARS and STRIPES, Old Glory, the AMERICAN FLAG, flying from some
post over some government installation. You'd want to see the SKULL
and CROSSBONES of the WAFFEN-SS and J. Edgar Hoover's body dug-up,
crushed into little crumply pieces, and set on fire with ZIPPO
lighter fluid to celebrate the 4th of July!" I am only presenting the
facts that correspond with my experience -- as I know them to be
TRUE. You be the judge in your own quest for the truth behind the
GENOCIDE.

For further reading, see: Chapter Excerpt from "State Origin: The Evidence of the Laboratory Birth of AIDS" by Boyd E. Graves, J.D.

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