Cold Case Hammarskjöld, the documentary in which Apartheid mercenaries confess to manufacturing and spreading HIV/Aids across townships to kill as many Blacks as possible, will be screened on Saturday 30 November 2019 at Ster Kinekor Newton Junction from 10 :00 to 13:00. Cold Case Hammarskjöld will be screened as part of the AFRICA RISING INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Although Cold Case Hammarskjöld is primarily an investigation into the alleged murder of UN General Secretary, Dag Hammarskjöld, the plot suddenly twists when the filmmaker Mads Brügger interviews a South African Apartheid era paramilitary agent, Alexander Jones, who makes the shocking confession that he spent years as an intelligence officer with the South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), three decades ago, where he and his colleagues masterminded coups and other violence across Africa and spread AIDS as a way of wiping out Blacks. The disease according to Jones was spread through clinics in townships including Alex, Soweto, but also as far as Mozambique and Congo in mid to late 1980’s.
The documentary has re-ignited the debate around the phenomenon of Aids in Africa and apartheid era’s programme which used science to cause disease and undermine the health of communities. Here’s an article we published on Apartheid’s chemical and biological warfare programme. https://wp.me/p7OMJc-1R5