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Dr. Robert B. Strecker, M.D., Ph.D. practices internal medicine and gastroenterology in Los Angeles. He is a trained pathologist and holds a Ph.D. in pharmacology. In 1983, Dr. Strecker and his brother, Ted Strecker, an attorney, were preparing a proposal for a health maintenance organization (HMO) for the Security Pacific Bank of California, and needed to know the long-term financial effects of insuring the treatment of AIDS patients. As this information was not readily available in 1983, both brothers began researching medical literature to learn what they could about this relatively new disease. The information they uncovered right from the beginning was so startling to them, so hard to believe, that it would dramatically alter both their lives and lead them on a five-year quest culminating with the creation of The Strecker Memorandum, one of the most controversial and informative tools of our time, along with a companion set of documents known as The Bio-Attack Alert.


What they discovered was proof that the AIDS virus is pandemic, was actually predicted years ago by a world-famous virologist, and top scientists writing in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization had requested that AIDS-like viruses be created to study the affects on humans. In fact, the Streckers unearthed thousands of documents all supporting the man-made origin of AIDS.

The U.S. Government at the time was publically stating that the green monkey in Africa was responsible for the onset of the AIDS virus. As the Strecker's research continued, it became obvious to them from the documentation they obtained that the virus was not only created as requested, but actually deployed, and now threatens the existence of mankind because it does what it was designed to do -- cause an immune-system-destroying cancer in humans via a contagious virus. Eventually, the Streckers came to realize everything the U.S. Government, so-called AIDS experts and media were telling the public was not only misleading, but all-out lies.


Over forty million people have already died because they didn't know the truth about AIDS. AIDS has killed 11 million Africans -- more than 80 percent of the world's AIDS deaths -- and has struck some 36 million people, 25.3 million of them in Africa, and orphaned 13 million children. As of February 2001, there are 5.8 million AIDS cases in South/Southeast Asia, 1.4 million in Latin America, and 640,000 in East Asia. Approximately 23 million Americans are already infected. More than 1 in 60 babies born in New York City is infected, three in 100 college students in America is infected, and one in 20 immigrants applying for amnesty is infected, including men, women and children.


One of the first things the Streckers did was attempt to tell their medical and legal colleagues their findings through their research. Some were interested; most were not. Certainly no one was prepared to risk their professional standing by making waves within the establishment. Ted Strecker compiled some of the most damaging documents into The Bio-Attack Alert and sent it to every governor of every state, then-president Ronald Reagan, then-vice-president George Bush, the FBI, the CIA, the NSA, and selected members of Congress. He got a grand total of three replies from three governors, with nothing from the government. Both he and Dr. Strecker were met with ridicule and disbelief. When Dr. Strecker told the government in 1985 that virtually every person testing positive for AIDS would die prematurely and painfully, they disagreed, saying their figures showed that ten percent at most would die from the disease. In 1986, the government said 50 percent of those infected would die; in 1987, they said 75 percent; in 1988 they finally agreed with Dr. Strecker that AIDS is virtually 100 percent fatal.


Even with the video made, getting the word out has proven to be a major undertaking for the Streckers. The fact that you are even reading about The Strecker Memorandum is remarkable, as TV stations have refused to advertise it, sell blocks of commercial time to promote it, or air programs containing interviews with Dr. Strecker. Virtually every big name network television magazine show and all the syndicated TV interviewers and talk show hosts have refeused to cover him. Even many newspapers won't take any print ads telling about his findings. Why?


The excuse constantly given is that the information is too controversial and would cause potential panic. What sense does this make? If someone had poisoned our water supply and you and your family could die, wouldn't you want to know about it? Would you panic, or would you more likely be outraged and try to find out who did it and punish them? The only persons who might panic are those scientists who willingly or otherwise created AIDS and are now promoting misinformation by covering it up...


It may take a while before the words "species threatening" sink in, because the term has rarely been used before to describe an existing human condition. But once you realize the implications of that term and realize that, unlike any other kind of disease ever known to man, past or present, AIDS can, if unchecked, kill every human on earth, then your outlook and attitude regarding everything in life will change.


The number of AIDS-infected people is doubling approximately every 12 months, and in some areas even sooner. With 23 million Americans carrying the virus, it's not hard to see where this is going. Africa has, conservatively, 75 million infected; some estimates double that. Brazil is in serious jeopardy because it purchased the majority of it's blood supply from Africa in the 1970's. Add to this the fact that the World Health Organization conducted a large scale small pox vaccination program there in the 1970s. Southern Japan has at least 30 percent infected with HTLV-I, the leukemia-causing virus, and Haiti, of course, is ravaged by AIDS, with more than 20 percent of it's people infected and getting worse every day.

Virtually every nation on earth, with few exceptions, is reporting a growing problem. It's on every continent, every sub-continent, and every island chain, both Atlantic and Pacific. So why won't the media or government tell you the truth? Is it too controversial for you to handle? Are you going to panic?


As detailed in The Strecker Memorandum, part of the problem with finding a cure is that all the various AIDS viruses are recombinant retroviruses. Simply put, that means they have the ability to recombine with the genes of any cell they enter and the offspring or new viruses they form are different from the parent viruses. HTLV-III alone (that's the most common American AIDS virus) has the mathematical ability to change itself 4 to the 9,000th power. The common cold recombines much less frequently and we haven't found a cure for it after a hundred years.

And how much sense does it make to entrust the cure for AIDS to the same people that may have created it?

There is hope and there are ways to protect yourself. Right-tinking scientists are working hard on a cure and life-prolonging medicines. Unfortunately, our government takes a dim view of any type of treatment for any type of disease -- let alone AIDS -- that does not conform to its rigid rules for acceptance, registration and legalization. Of course the FDA would like to see a drug treatment or cure presented by an ethical drug company or university, but it probably won't happen anytime soon. These dogmatic attitudes mean that much experimentation in America must go underground, underfunded, or out of the country entirely.


An ominous personal aspect of this story has been the sudden and unexpected deaths of two of the key players. First, Dr. Strecker's brother, Ted Strecker, was found shot to death in his home in Springfield, Missouri, an apparent suicide, on August 11, 1988. Was Ted Strecker suicidal? Perhaps. In the past he suffered from depression and monumental frustration at the relative lack of interest in his findings. Dr. Strecker spoke with him the night before his death. Ted was cheerful, in good spirits, and looking forward to certain new developments that promised progress. The next day he was found dead, his 22-caliber rifle next to him, with no message or goodbyes to anyone. His cause of death was officially ruled a suicide.

Next, Illinois State Representative Douglas Huff of Chicago was found alone in his home, dead from an apparent overdose of cocaine and heroin, on September 22, 1988. Representative Huff did everything in his power to make the Illinois State Legislature and the people of Chicago aware of Dr. Strecker's work. He was very vocal, gave many press interviews, was constantly on television and radio urging people to wake up to the coverup concerning AIDS. Did Representative Huff use drugs? Perhaps. Was he an addict? No. Would he have known how dangerous a massive overdose of cocaine and heroin was? Yes, of course. His cause of death was officially ruled a stroke. Dr. Strecker has serious doubts that his brother killed himself. Representative Huff's associates have doubts about his death as well, and yet they are both gone. Who's next?


We all know it is easier for a king to have a lie believed than a beggar to spread the truth. The Strecker Memorandum tells the truth about AIDS. Unfortunately, it isn't pretty. But the fact is, you are not being told the truth by the government or the so-called AIDS experts. The media, for reasons of their own, will not present information contradicting the official propaganda. So you can choose to go along with the same people who gave us AIDS from their smallpox and hepatitis B vaccines, or, you can at least make yourself aware of the clear and present dangers that we all face by watching The Strecker Memorandum.

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