Ellis County author to ink controversial book deal
By 10/09/2003 00:00:00
The Ellis County Press
ELLIS COUNTY - Michael Treis hasn't received any death threats, but he knows it won't be smooth sailing trying to get his controversial book about the AIDS virus published.
Treis, 50, a resident near Waxahachie, has worked on documenting the case against the federal government for the creation of the deadly disease since 1988, when he was a member of a group in Fort Worth committed to exposing the Federal Reserve and CIA covert operations.
Tucked in files of a University of North Dakota library in 1992 lay the 1970 House of Representatives Appropriations bill, a series of measures Treis had uncovered while on his AIDS fact-finding mission.
'There's enough stuff there [appropriations bill] that you wouldn't have any doubts,' he said.
The appropriations bill, along with documents of the U.S. Special Virus Cancer Program, include testimony and organizations all working to get a 'cancer, disease,' or program implemented to 'experiment on the citizenry.'
In his 260-page book, 97 pages will be devoted solely to government documents Treis has uncovered and sifted, including a flow chart describing the progress and planning of funding, creation, and implementation of the virus.
AIDS, Treis contends, started out as a CIA black-budget program, a project that had escaped congressional budget radar until 1969. The original program, named MK-NAOMI and then MK-ULTRA, turned into the Special Virus Cancer Program.
U.S. Code 50, a section of law regulating chemical and biological chemical experiments by the government on its people, allows for the creation of diseases and other projects, as long as a 30-day notice is given to state and local officials.
'With all the documentation, 97 pages of documentation that prove this, anybody who can look at these and not believe it, there's no hope with them,' Treis said. 'It started as a CIA black-budget program and was given to 1,000 homosexuals living in Manhattan. Next was an experiment with Africans through 93 million smallpox vaccinations. WHO records show this.
'It's all in the book.'
The basis for the creation of the virus, according to Treis, is population control. The United Nations proposed decreasing an 'overpopulated' planet, and in 1992, their 'Eco-Charter' initiative called for a fully-functioning program to facilitate what UN officials called 'negative population growth.'
'Their [UN, US] worst fear is the sleeping giant being woken up, the sleeping giant being the populace,' Treis said. 'If the American people were to wake up and find out about the events, programs [our government has conducted], we'd have a revolution tomorrow morning, they'd be out with shovels and pitchforks.
'We put everything under the name ‘national security' and we're told we can't know about things,' Treis said. 'If we had [Constitutional] rights, knew what the government was doing, these programs - we wouldn't have approved of this. I've been one of numerous people warning about this kind of stuff. You're beginning to see prophecies fulfill everyday, and that's why I don't think you can change it. The Bible says the beasts will make war with the saints. We're getting into some bad times, making for real bad news, but at the same time, it shows us that we're getting closer to Jesus' coming.
'This all goes back to one's relationship with God,' Treis said. 'Because with God, you can [and will] understand what's really going on. The role we as servants must do is expose the unfruitful works of darkness. We just have to inform as many people as possible about these things.'