A documentary shown at the Sundance Film Festival revealed that one of the militias of the racist ‘apartheid’ regime in South Africa spread the HIV virus among blacks through a vaccination campaign.
‘Cold Case Hammarskjold’, directed by Mads Brügger, premiered at Sundance last Saturday. The film explores the role of South African racist militias in the assassination of Dag Hammarskjold, the second Secretary General of the United Nations, in 1961.
which is one of the oldest militia reached by the filmmakers Alexander Jones, found hidden links with the armed forces of the Apartheid-era South Africa’s Marine Research Institute (Saimir) stated that their intelligence.
Stating that this organization spread HIV to eliminate the black people, Alexander Jones said that they organized fake vaccination campaigns in the early 1990s to spread the virus that caused AIDS.
According to Sputnik, the film crew interviewed Alexander Jones, who used to work for Apartheid-era South Africa’s Marine Research Institute with hidden links with the armed forces.
Jones claims that the institute spread HIV to eliminate black people, through fake vaccination campaigns in the early 1990s to spread the virus that caused AIDS.
AIDS was first seen in South Africa in 1982, and it rapidly spread across the continent. Between 1985-90, a state of emergency was declared to fight against AIDS. To date, 35 million people across Africa have been infected with HIV, of which 15 million have died from the deadly disease.
Experts pointed out that many conspiracy theories about AIDS have been put forward so far, which confuse people and negatively affect the treatment process, while damaging public trust for medical professionals.