Tuesday, November 4, 2008

AIDS: Made in America part 10

Brian Mahy
Money Goes Missing, but Brian Stays Put

First, as we embark upon this study of Dr. Brian Mahy formerly the Director of the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, we want to pose a ‘Hypothetical Situation’ for our readers and to ask them to respond. Here is the situation:
The eighteen year old boy in the mail room of a large office is also in charge of collecting money from all staff members for the coffee fund. He collects the money once a week and on Saturday morning he goes to the mall and buys coffee, filters, cream, sugar and diet sweetener, which he takes back to the office lounge and stores appropriately, to be available for Monday morning.
One Monday morning he tells certain members of the staff that he had not bought any decaffeinated coffee on Saturday because he did not have enough money. The office manager calls him aside and learns that on Friday the boy had collected $90 from staff members. He also learns that on Saturday he had bought and paid for $40 worth of supplies, and has receipts for these. He also has receipts showing that he had paid for a movie ticket, a bag of popcorn and a large soft drink. Total:$10. The boy is short $40 of what he had collected for the coffee fund, and he can not account for the shortage.
So there is a hypothetical situation, now we want you to suggest what should be done about the $30 shortfall, and what should happen to the mail room coffee break eighteen year old.
Once you have carefully thought it over, forget about it as having been just an idle diversion from this study of AIDS and CFS. Instead, let’s get serious. Try this one:
Dr. Brian Mahy, the Director of the viral diseases division of the Centers for Disease Control, had been given, during his tenure, somewhere around $24 million by vote of Congress to investigate chronic fatigue syndrome. Many members Congress may personally have been inclined to dismiss the disease because they had read such trivial junk as Dr. Edward Shorter’s From Paralysis to Fatigue but they also held elected office and the growing numbers of CFS victims made it prudent to go along with the appropriation of research money.
Thus, into the hands of Director Mahy there was delivered $24 million of U.S. Taxpayers’ money. And Brian made a big thing about how the money was being spent to make great progress in the search for CFS disease answers. However, like Kurt Vonnegut’s space men in Breakfast of Champions who communicated by farting and tap dancing, Mahy never managed to give a clear picture of how his expensive research was progressing.
Then one day Dr. William Reeves, who was also a researcher at CDC and whose department was supposed to be getting some of that $24 million, called a press conference under the protection of the Whistle Blowers’ Act. At the press conference Dr. Reeves alleged that his boss, Dr. Mahy was misspending the money voted by Congress.
Congress had no choice but to act. They temporarily relieved Mahy of his title, but kept him on payroll. Then, they asked for an audit of where the $24 million had gone.
The auditor’s report was damning. It seems that Mahy had spent about $12 million on what might be termed CFS research if, that is, one were to interpret ‘CFS research’ in the most liberal way. Then, said the auditor, Mahy had clearly misspent $8 million on things that in no way could be called CFS research. Finally came the ‘coffee fund’ clinker (see ‘Hypothetical Situation’ above). The auditor reported that, try as hard as he could, Dr. Brian Mahy was not able to remember where the remaining $4 million had gone.
This, of course, was very serious stuff and Congress took appropriate action. First, they appointed a new Director. Then, to punish Mahy for the loss of $4 million, they moved him to a smaller office down the hall from his previous large director’s office. There, to our current knowledge, he still sits. Doing what, we are not sure. We tried to phone him to ask, but the telephone receptionist at CDC to whom we spoke told us that we would have to speak to CDC’s public relations people. Dr. Mahy, she told us, was not being forwarded any phone calls.
After we had posed our ‘Hypothetical Situation’ above and had asked what you would do about the boy and the forty missing dollars, we said ‘forget it”. We take that back. What would you do? Chances are that a number of you would say, “Fire the coffee boy”.
Now to the crux of this whole affair: Why was Mahy not fired and even criminally charged for the loss of $4 million?
Answer: Dr. Brian Mahy knew too much about the development of the AIDS/ CFS disease pathogens to be fired. Furthermore, Congress has been given their marching orders by those who give such orders from the shadows: “Do not press the Mahy loss of $4 million. Period.”
And that is where it sits.
Before we leave this aspect of the Brian Mahy story, we must make one passing reference to the media assets who cover up the truth about AIDS and CFS.
When Mahy was revealed to have lost $4 million, Science Magazine suggested two possible explanations. First, they suggested, Mahy is a scientist and not an accountant. Maybe he had just got mixed up when he did his bookkeeping. Or, said Science perhaps Mahy, being a scientist, knew better where to spend the money from Congress than did the Congressmen who had voted it to him.
Science is, by and large, a magazine devoted to reporting news about science. However, at some level of its administration there is a knowledge and acceptance of certain subjects that must be kept from their readers. Such subjects include, and indeed especially include, any reference to the truth about AIDS and CFS. If time permitted we could provide careful analysis of articles and editorial comment by them that clearly demonstrates their complicity in covering up this crime beyond belief. That, however, must wait for our book to be published on May 19, 2005.
What Does Mahy Know, and When Did He Know It?
There are different places in the human body where organs or other sites function as defenders of that body. As we have noted in our chapter on Huebner (above) one of the first sites of defence are the adenoids and the tonsils. These clusters of lymphoid tissue sample air heading for the lungs and food heading for the stomach. If the adenoids pick up air-borne mycoplasmas they can react by degenerating spontaneously.
But, there is another important line of defence, and that is to be found in each individual cell of the body: that is cell-mediated immunity. This line of defence in the human immune system looms awfully large when one reads certain literature such as the Progress Reports of the Special Virus [Leukemia/ Lymphoma] [Cancer] Programs. For example, in P.R. #9, on page 39, the researchers report that they had been busy studying ‘ host immunocompetence’, and how that competence might be compromised. When the cell loses its ability to intercept pathogens, a major part of the defence system is lost. If this happens, then retroviruses, which normally can not access a cell, are able to do so and once inside they are able to do their damage.
So, one must first destroy the cell’s defence if one is to get a retrovirus such as that of sheep visna, into the targeted-cell where the latter’s own DNA is taken over by the RNA of the invader. One must access the reticuloendothelial system comprising all the phagocytic cells and put them out of action. Phagocytic cells in turn are those cells, which sweep through the body consuming foreign and hence potentially hurtful invaders. If these cells are compromised, the cell’s defence is compromised.
Enter, stage right, Brian Mahy a way back in the early 1960’s where he is found to be studying an unusual virus called ‘lactic dehydrogenase elevating virus’ [LDEV] and its association with leukemia. Keep in mind that the whole focus at the start was the ‘leukemia/ lymphoma’ consequences of immune system compromise, as triggered by the mycoplasma. In 1954 D. G. Edward had built upon the work of Huebner with a study titled “The pleuro-pneumonia group of organisms: a review together with new observations.” The PPLO is the mycoplasma, and Mahy was attempting to understand the process by which cellular defence is destroyed by LDEV effects upon the reticuloendothelial system.
Taken in isolation, such research could appear innocent enough. However, fitting in as it does with the related research going on at the time under the SVLP and with the related scientists such as Guy de The [Ultrastructure of the lactic dehydrogenase virus and cell-virus relationships] and J. B. Moloney [The rodent Leukemia’s: Virus-induced murine Leukemia’s] and considering the fact that Mahy was recruited into the CDC and rose to be a major officer therein, all hints of innocence evaporate. (Moloney, by the way, was a friend of Robert Gallo, [see Article Nine above] Of their relationship Gallo has this to say:
“Although my lab was then part of the Cancer Treatment Division of the National Cancer Institute, John Moloney, who was then running the Virus Cancer Program in the Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention, passed funds from his program to our laboratory, hoping our work might help his.”
In other words, Moloney and Gallo were conspiring to have money voted to one area, actually go to another area. This is called ‘conversion’, in the legal sense of unauthorized use of property belonging to another. It was only one part of the financial sleight of hand that was designed to make it difficult if not impossible to trace what was going on.
Another important part of this financial trickery lay in the fact that President Nixon was to be the sole approving signatory for money handed out under SVCP, and it was to Nixon alone that Moloney was responsible.
The adage ‘follow the money’ was, therefore, very difficult to do in practice and it showed in the way Mahy handled the money entrusted to him.
Why would Mahy not use the money voted by Congress for the purpose of researching CFS for that purpose? The answer is clear: as a part of the vast conspiracy that brought the SVLP/ SVCP program into being with its twin pathogens as the product of millions of dollars expended, Mahy already knew what caused CFS and by extension, he knew full well where and how AIDS came to invade the human family.
There was a great danger for Mahy if he actually paid out this money to genuine and moral researchers. They might well discover and report the truth: AIDS and CFS were developed in United States Government and Government-controlled private laboratories and were deployed by the Centers for Disease Control.
And that is why Mahy still works for the CDC. He knows too much to be fired.
We are greatly indebted to author/ researcher, Robert E. Lee for the information on Brian Mahy’s early work.

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