Was I wrong on HIV/AIDS: Thabo Mbeki. Answer: yes. Yes, you were.

In 2002 a few of us here in South Africa wrote a booklet entitled “Castro Hlongwane…”‚ and sub-titled it “HIV/AIDS and the Struggle for the Humanisation of the African”.

AN OVERVIEW

Here is an excerpt from that booklet, which speaks for itself: “The first report on the incidence of HIV in South and Southern Africa was published in the “New England Journal of Medicine” and the “South African Medical Journal”, both in 1985. Two of the most important findings in this report were that in our country and region: 

HIV infection was confined to male homosexuals; and,

HIV was not endemic in this region of the world.

To quote this report, it said: “The only positive subjects were in the group compromising male homosexuals. The majority of these positive subjects had either recently been to the United States or had had sexual contact with other homosexuals who had visited the United States…

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.timeslive.co.za

Yes, Cde Mbeki, yes: you were wrong on HIV/AIDS, and you continue to be wrong.  And if you are going to revisit your nonsense, then I am going to revisit mine – just to show what some people thought of you.

Because you wrote that “booklet”, Cde Mbeki. There are those of us who know how to see who authored something, and the copy I had of that scurrilous piece of rubbish said it came from your laptop. It was rubbish then, and can be seen to be even more rubbish now.
And if you are still a denialist, then I sincerely hope that there is a tribunal in your future.

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One Response to “Was I wrong on HIV/AIDS: Thabo Mbeki. Answer: yes. Yes, you were.”

  1. AIDS: 35 years old this month | ViroBlogy Says:

    […] And here we are in 2016: I’m now an elderly academic, the Honours student who alerted me to the fact the the “GRIDS” syndrome virus may have been identified in 1983 is now a senior Professor and distinguished HIV researcher – there’s a whole career there, Carolyn! – and HIV/AIDS is still with us. And unfortunately, Thabo Mbeki is still being wilfully if not malevolently ignorant, and I am still feeling it necessary to crap on him. […]

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