Dr. Wilson Carswell, a member of the British armed forces escaped from Uganda after suspicion of deliberate Aids-infection
In Uganda, people in some areas, such as the Rakai district, are aware of who is bringing illness on them and they fled from those physicians who approached allegedly for just doing HIV-test.
In Kampala, the capital, 'The Weekly Topic' newspaper accused CIA agents disguised as scientists and journalists, of spreading lies about the origins of the virus.
The Ugandan government should expel the so-called experts. Shortly afterward, unknown people ransacked the house of Wilson Carswell, the leading Aids-research scientist in Uganda and destroyed his computer together with all the Aids files.
Carswell, a member of the British armed forces escaped with his life, after a short stay with his commissioners in Porton Down, Great Britain, he was able to start up again as head of the Aids unit of the Department of National Health and Population Development in South Africa.
In South Africa, the increase of HIV-infections at present is the most the highest in the world. After vaccination of tuberculosis vaccine of children in Kenya, Zimbabwe, and in French Guyana, by the French Institute Pasteur, there had been severe side effects since 1985.
From 1989 to1990, 1,558,800 batches of tuberculosis vaccine from the same Pasteur Institute, were vaccinated into the Ugandan children, resulting in diarrhea, vomiting cough, swollen lymph, nodes in the armpit and on the neck, stunted growth, crippling and death.
The remaining 385,600 batches were recalled by the Ugandan government and destroyed. In Zaire, the work carried out by the physicians and scientists, had almost come to an end. HIV-infections have now almost ceased.
Aids vaccine demanded in 1973
Already in 1973, the development of a vaccine against HIV was demanded in a meeting of scientists in Tokyo. Thirty-one years, after having started in occupied Denmark, under German guidance, a registration center for cancers, in particular, especially Jewish people affecting Leukemia.
Johannes Clemmensen stated when asked whether a virus was causing leukemia: "We know that among animals a virus is indispensable. To what extent does it apply to man? Personally, I must insist that the degree of hygiene I am trying to practice seems different from the standard of most animals."
"It is conceivable that viruses may dominate the relatively infrequent occurrence of leukemia among wild animals. For this might well be limited to people living under very primitive hygienic conditions in one or other respect, like children in rural Africa, or perhaps people in Southeast Asia living under extremely crowded conditions."
He then proposed to develop for military reasons a vaccine against these viruses that cause leukemia among children in rural Africa. HIV/EIAV antibodies are found in lymphatic leukemia and other blood diseases.