Date Mailed: July 8, 2001
For Immediate Release
Contact: Christopher Rudy�208/265-2575; 800/336-9266
New Book Links HIV/AIDS to African American Genocide:
Compelling National Security Documents Target Black Groups
Sandpoint, ID � A new book by an award winning health science writer, Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz, concludes that the predilection of HIV/AIDS for black America and Africa is the likeliest result of successful national security policies advanced during the Nixon and Carter administrations. Compelling national security documents reveal the intentional targeting of black Americans and Africans for population control, including depopulation, as is being accomplished by the AIDS epidemic today.
Not likely a coincidence, according to U.S. Government documents reprinted in Death in the Air: Globalism, Terrorism and Toxic Warfare (Tetrahedron, LLC, 2001; 1-888-508-4787), every sociopolitical and economic outcome secretly planned for Black America and Africa by intelligence agencies during the Nixon and Carter years, has come to pass. Dr. Horowitz, a Harvard graduate in public health and emerging diseases expert, likewise links the AIDS epidemic’s devastating toll on Black populations as reflective of the secret policies.
During the early 1970s, Dr. Horowitz writes, National Secret Security Memorandum 200, advanced by Nixon’s National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger, called for massive Third World depopulation among efforts to maintain the economic alignment of the superpowers. Zbigniew Brzezinski, who replaced Dr. Kissinger for the Carter administration, secretly dispatched National Security Memorandum 46 to cabinet chiefs only. This document, the most telling, authorized the FBI and CIA to initiate genocidal policies.
Genocide is defined as the mass killing of people for economic, political, and/or ideological reasons. According to Dr. Horowitz, this term is contextually consistent with Dr. Kissinger’s security policy that specifically cited the economic need to dramatically reduce African populations, and Brzezinski’s memorandum that explained that Black nationalism posed both economic and security threats to America.
” In elaborating U.S. policy toward black Africa,” Brzezinski wrote, “direct weight must be given to the fact that there are 25 million American blacks whose roots are African and who consciously or subconsciously sympathize with African nationalism. . . . In the above context, we must envisage the possibility, however remote, that black Americans interested in African affairs may refocus their attention on the Arab�Israeli conflict. Taking into account the African descent of American blacks, it is reasonable to anticipate that their sympathies would lie with the Arabs who are closer to them in spirit and, in some cases, related to them by blood. Black involvement in lobbying to support the Arabs may lead to serious dissension between American blacks and Jews. The likelihood of extremist actions by either side is [serious].” As a result, national security agencies recommended: 1) “Specific steps . . . to inhibit coordinated activity of the black movement in the United States;� 2) �Special clandestine operations . . . by the CIA to generate mistrust and hostility in American and world opinion against joint activity of the two forces, and cause division among black African . . . groups and . . . leaders� considered “radical;” 3) FBI mounted �surveillance operations against black African representatives;� 4) programs to cause �fragmentation and a lack of organizational unity� among African Americans, a �decrease of influence in the movement�s extremist groups;� 5) economic policies to cause �social stratification of the black population, [and] lack of policy options which could reunite them,� including social and economic welfare programs “designed to perpetuate division in the black movement . . . which would increase the widening and perpetuation of the gap between successful educated blacks and the poor, giving rise to growing antagonism between different black groups, weakening . . . the movement as a whole;� 6) the demonization and/or assassination of black leaders to “inhibit the emergence from within the black leadership of a person capable of exerting nationwide appeal,� 7) covert actions to �impede durable ties between U.S. black organizations and radical groups in African states;� and finally 8) “to support the nomination at federal and local levels of loyal black public figures to elective offices, to government agencies and the court . . .� to give the appearance of black leadership and enhance the stratification of social classes among American blacks.
Previously, in his national bestselling book, Emerging Viruses: AIDS & Ebola�Nature, Accident or Intentional? (Tetrahedron, LLC Press, 1998), Dr. Horowitz reviewed Dr. Kissinger’s oversight of America’s biological weapons race. According to testimonies of CIA directors Richard Helms and William Colby before the U.S. Congress, Dr. Kissinger selected the option to develop immune system ravaging viruses similar in definition and function to the AIDS and Ebola viruses. “The curious manner in which HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects Black people in the United States and Africa today,” Dr. Horowitz concludes, “likely represents an extension of Dr. Kissinger’s African depopulation policies and the development of viruses best capable of effecting them. Brzezinski’s policies, too, foreshadow ongoing African American genocide.”
Dr. Horowitz began investigating Death in the Air, his thirteenth book, following requests from African Americans in the Boston area to explain toxic pesticide sprayings over mostly Black communities allegedly to control mosquito and West Nile Virus populations. His book questions this and other public health policies that might arguably be called genocidal. Free advice is provided on his website athttp://www.tetrahedron.org/. His books, videos, and audiotapes may be found in select libraries, bookstores, and direct from the publisher by calling 1-888-508-4787.
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