Thursday, March 24, 2011

Students of conspiracy history come from all walks of life. There is no stereotype or label that can be applied, no distinguishing features or mannerisms that identify. What they have in common is the need to make sense of what makes no sense.

Nancy Turner Banks, author of AIDS, Opium, Diamonds and Empire, has been a student of conspiracy history for six years. In her own words, she answers the questions, “Where are you in this process, and how did you get there?”

“One of the things that happened to me is that, like so many people in the United States, we are told if we get an education and we work hard, and if we take the risk, we get the reward. I did that. I worked hard. I was taking the risk and I was getting the rewards.

“Then all of a sudden things changed in health care. It seemed like I was taking the risk and doing the work, and the insurance companies were getting the reward. That is what happened when what they call Health Maintenance Organizations began to extract wealth out of local communities. They began to take wealth not only from the physicians and the patients but from the local hospitals.

“The quality of the care began to diminish as the pay of the fee owed to these conglomerates skyrocketed. I said, there is something that I don’t know that is going on in the business world that I need to be made aware of. This is when I actually went to Business School.

“I was sitting in an Economics Class one day . . . and they are talking about fractional reserve banking. It was like a light-bulb moment. I am going: that cannot be right. How could they do that? Then, when I thought about it, I said, that is a great scam!

“. . . Once I really understood that the control of the planet at this point seems to rest with a certain group of people in the banking structure, once I accepted that, things began to fall in place about how the world was really being run.”[1]

Nancy Turner Banks, MD, MBA

Dr. Nancy Banks is a graduate of Harvard Medical School. As a senior medical student she was awarded a scholarship from the American College of Surgeons to study surgery and tropical medicine at the Benin Medical College in Benin, Nigeria. She was a Galloway Fellow in gynecological oncology at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Banks also holds a masters degree in finance.
Banks spent 25 years practicing general obstetrics and gynecology during which she was also the director of outpatient gynecology at The North General Hospital in Harlem, New York and served as an attending physician at not only North General, but Nyack, Hospital in Nyack, New York, The Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and the Mt. Sinai Hospital and Medical Center.
Dr. Banks thoroughly debunks the fraudulent science that led to the AIDS travesty and exposes how the HIV antibody test was designed to identify genetic markers associated with people of African origin. In AIDS, Opium, Diamonds and Empire you will learn:
·        The original papers by the government scientist Robert Gallo printed in the journal Science never proved that HIV was the cause of an acquired immune disease (AIDS).

·        The HIV antibody test uses race-correlated genes that influence the degree of reaction to physiologic stresses to make it seem that blacks are consistently among all risk groups on average five times more likely to test positive than whites.

·        What is being called HIV can barely be found in the cells the virus is said to be killing.
AIDS is being used as a cover story for the oxidative stress and subsequent energy deficiency that arises from the over use of these environmental toxins. In Africa, oxidative stress arises from malnutrition, psychic trauma from contrived resource wars and infectious diseases.[2]

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