The South African apartheid was one of the worst nightmares to ever face an African country during the colonial era. A documentary that was released earlier this year reveals that there were mercenaries who were tasked with spreading HIV/AIDs among the blacks as a weapon during war.
Alexander Jones, a former mercenary who used to work for South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), has revealed that they resorted to using the deadly virus in the 1980s and 90s as a weapon because they were at war with the blacks.
Jones claims they were responsible with masterminding coups and violence in Africa, and had to pretend to be doctors or philanthropist willing to bring cure to sick Africans but instead they were injecting the patients with HIV-infected blood.
He claims that SAIMR leader Keith Maxwell had a “racist, apocalyptic obsession with HIV/AIDs,” who claimed to be a doctor while running clinics in poor areas inhabited mostly by blacks such as Johannesburg.
This gave him the perfect conditions and environment to carry out his sinister experiments. Below is an excerpt of what Alexander Jones says in the Documentary that was released on February 2nd.
“[We] were at war. Black people in South Africa were the enemy. We were involved in Mozambique, spreading the AIDs virus through medical conditions.
“What easier way to get a guinea pig than [when] you live in an apartheid system? Black people have got no rights, they need medical treatment.
“There’s a white ‘philanthropist’ coming in and saying, ‘You know, I’ll open up these clinics and I’ll treat you.’ And meantime he is actually the wolf in sheep’s clothing.”
If you wish to watch the documentary, it’s called Cold Case Hammarskjöld