Now let’s move back to 1984 and the release of Frank Zappa’s three-album experimental rock opera Thing-Fish, a truly bizarre send-up of Broadway musicals based on the conspiracy theory that the U.S. government manufactured AIDS as a biowarfare weapon to eradicate homosexuals and African-Americans. In a parasatirical world, it shouldn’t be a surprise that at least four well-researched books subsequently (or concurrently, in the case of the first book mentioned below) verified Zappa’s satirical notion:
1) AIDS AND THE DOCTORS OF DEATH: AN INQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN OF THE AIDS EPIDEMIC by Dr. Alan Cantwell (Aries Rising Press, 1984).
2) AIDS INC.: SCANDAL OF THE CENTURY by investigative journalist Jon Rappoport (Human Energy Press, 1988).
3) QUEER BLOOD: THE SECRET AIDS GENOCIDE PLOT by Dr. Alan Cantwell (Aries Rising Press, 1993).
4) EMERGING VIRUSES: AIDS & EBOLA—NATURE, ACCIDENT OR INTENTIONAL? by Dr. Leonard G. Horowitz (Tetrahedron Publishing, 1996).
Related sources about the overall subject of germ warfare include the book CLOUDS OF SECRECY: THE ARMY’S GERM WARFARE TESTS OVER POPULATED AREAS by bioterrorism expert Leonard A. Cole (Rowman & Littlefield, 1989) and a little-known scientific paper entitled “Ethnic Weapons” by Carl A. Larson that was originally published in the Nov. 1970 issue of Military Review (Vol. L, No. 11), a revelatory article worth tracking down in a well-stocked library near you.
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