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USAID Stirs 'Regime Change' with AIDS Awareness Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Aug 4, 2014, 03:27 AM

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton funnelled hundreds of millions of American taxpapyers' dollas to global AIDS Awareness programs to Latin America, Africa and Asia. Apparently, these organizations had been set up to spark regime change revolutions in countries that have been deemed unfriendly to the U.S.A.

According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, "Fernando Murillo was typical of the young Latin Americans deployed to Cuba by a U.S. agency to work undercover. He had little training in the dangers of clandestine operations — or how to evade one of the world's most sophisticated counter-intelligence services. Their assignment was to recruit young Cubans to anti-government activism, which they did under the guise of civic programs, including an HIV prevention workshop. Murillo was instructed to check in every 48 hours and was provided with a set of security codes. "I have a headache," for instance, meant the Costa Rican thought the Cubans were watching him and the mission should be suspended."

Additionally, former President Bill Clinton runs a multi-billion dollar charity foundation that sponsors AIDS Awareness programs in China. They work with USAID to propagandize a global gay rights agenda, hoping to inspire regime change in Beijing. The China State-owned newspaper, China Daily, frequently publishes pro-AIDS activism articles in its newspaper.

As reported by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, "Over at least two years, the U.S. Agency for International Development — best known for overseeing billions of dollars in U.S. humanitarian aid — sent nearly a dozen neophytes from Venezuela, Costa Rica and Peru to gin up opposition in Cuba. The danger was apparent to USAID, if not to the young operatives: A USAID contractor, American Alan Gross, had just been hauled away to a Cuban jail for smuggling in sensitive technology. He remains there still."

USAID may find it much more difficult to operate in China in the near future.

To read the entire article from the Minneapolis Star Tribune, link here:  To read a listing of pro-AIDS activism articles on the China Daily, link here:

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