A.I.D.S.: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (or) Antipersonnel Intelligence Disease System : a Novel

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To Excel/kaleidoscope Sof, Jun 30, 2004 - Fiction - 116 pages
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William A. James, Sr., in seven chapters, details how Lincoln Black was "Rudely Awakened," early one morning. His sister-in-law, Patty, called to announce that Cory, his youngest Brother, was in a coma in a Maryland hospital. Later, Tommy, the Brother next to Lincoln, announced that Cory had died from HIV/AIDS. Lincoln never recovered from the shock of the above news. He lost control of his emotions and his physical being, and he temporarily lost his sanity. At Cory's "Homecoming," (Funeral), Lincoln was a basket case.When he had sufficiently recovered, Lincoln went into "Deep Contemplation." He wanted to know how his macho Brother could have become Gay, and died from a "Gay-Disease?"Lincoln read every piece of available literature he could find about HIV/AIDS. He came to believe that HIV/AIDS was "The Doorway To Ruin," for African-Americans, Africans and all nonwhites in the world. "A Killer Virus Was Created," by "The Doctors Of Death," to perfect the genocidal removal of the world's nonwhite peoples. A Coalition of European and American scientists had created HIV/AIDS, and Lincoln faced this fact after "Coming To Grips With The Truth."

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Contents

A Rude Awakening
1
The Homecoming
17
In Deep Contemplation
27
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