HIV/AIDS is a killer disease that the world population is afraid to get because there is no cure. And yet in Oslo the capital of Norway, there is a group of people actively spreading the killer disease intentionally.
The group in question is well-known and yet for a number of years now, those who know and are close to them have decided not to do anything about it, allowing them to continue in their new-found career “spreading hiv/aids to kill.”
Due to the fact that many are getting the disease innocently this way, African Press Norway will not let it continue and will soon expose the individuals, because there is no sign that they will stop spreading.
Eight of the people, 5 women and 3 men of African origin are actively spreading the disease in bars frequented mostly by the whites, while 4 white men are doing the same in bars mostly frequented by black women.
3 of the women are from East Africa, while 2 come from West and Southern Africa. The 3 black men are from East and Central Africa. The 4 white men are all Norwegians.
The common method that all of them is to go to a bar, sit and wait for their prey. In some cases, offer the prey a drink and start from there, go on until the prey gets under the hunters wings, then both disappear from the bar, only to see the hunter back to the same spot for a new innocent prey.
Those who chose to talk to African Press confirmed they do not go for the same prey twice, because they have to infect as many as possible.
The victims selected for disease transmission are normally new-comers in town, not acquainted with the prey hunters.
When African Press spoke with two of the active prey hunters recently, asking them why they have continued in spreading the disease for over 5 years, both had the same answer.
They do not know how they got it, thus they simply pass it on, because they are angry that someone gave them, making their lives short. They say it is revenge.
The women blame the men, while the men blame the women for getting the disease.
When asked whether they use condom, they stated that they do not see the need to do so since they already had the disease. They are bitter and told the African Press they saw no reason to safeguard the lives of others when their’s is soon ending. And that they will do all possible things to convince and confuse the hunter to accept unprotected sex.
The Norwegian government should do something about the situation to safeguard innocent people. The situation is very alarming at the moment and responsible politicians must act.
It is easy to keep quiet and do nothing, but people forget that when one innocent person gets the disease, the newly infected person might meet you, your friends or relatives and transfer the disease without the intentionality that came with it.
These people should be arrested, charged with the offence for ”having unprotected sex with intent to kill” and must be locked up in order to safeguard the population.
This must not be understood as a white/black thing. It affects all, even those who do not frequent the bars where these people go to pick their prey.
It is not to stigmatise a group of people. Having Hhiv/aids is no longer “tabu” to talk about it.
However, it becomes serious when a group of people decide to infect others intenationally.
A disease travels in high speed and it is now clear that many have ignored the education on protection.
In our next article on this topic, African press will expose the hunters spreading the disease and will also name the bars they frequent in the centre of Oslo.
We are now in communication with doctors who treat some of them. Those who undertake to be responsible from now and on, may not be exposed. But this is a question African Press is discussing with the doctors for some of the people in question.
- Africans dead of hiv/aids in Norway between 1993 and 2006 are as follows:
According to information African Press has gathered, 28 people all from the continent of Africa are already claimed by the disease in Norway. Those dead came from the following countries:
- Uganda 5 women and 3 men
- Kenya 4 women and 1 man
- Tanzania 3 women and 1 man
- Botswana 2 women 1 man
- South Africa 2 women and 1 man
- Namibia 1 woman
- Nigeria 1 woman
- Rwanda 1 woman
- Burundi 1 woman
- Sudan 1 woman
African Press claims no accuracy on the list above. There may be other deaths not known to us. As we continue our investigative reporting, we will uncover the real picture and come with final count.
“African Press is aware of the fact that we can be sued after exposing them. It is a tense issue that must be confronted. It is better to be sued and save a population, than not to be and see people being given the disease on a daily basis, a disease incurable, that puts them into misery the rest of their lives.” /Editorial
By Korir, African Press – Norway