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The AIDS Cover-Up - Gene Antonio
This book is a joke.
Since it has been more than 30 years since this book was published, we can see very clearly that the world did NOT end.
This hysterical doomsday fear mongering propaganda is obviously ridiculous now, but it was the NORMAL sentiment in most AIDS books in the 1980s/90s.
In general, all books based on prophecy are garbage. The next ten years will most likely be similar to the last ten years. New diseases won’t appear and destroy humanity. Humans love predicting the end of the world as we know it, and they are always wrong.
If you didn’t know/believe that AIDS was a complete scam from the beginning, this book should still be illustrative of how nonsensical disease predictions can be, and if anything I hope a book like this will provoke extreme caution when predicting ANY infectious disease.
The AIDS hoax *should* make it clear that we CANNOT trust “the experts”. These so called experts need to justify their existence, and predicting doom is one of the only things they can actually do.
I found this book tragically hilarious. Tragic because so many people fell for the hoax, and were killed by the “treatment”. Tragic because these “experts” still predict the end of the world every few years. Hilarious because we as an “advanced, educated society” still fall for this nonsense.
The only way we are doomed is by trusting these predictions.
This book doesn’t deserve to exist but it is also very morbidly entertaining. I don’t recommend it for anything other than entertainment.