Medical Apartheid and Vaccine Passports – Aga Wilson interviews Curtis Cost

Free Voice Interviews with Aga Wilson - Episode 1


NewsVoice presents Aga Wilson’s first interview in the interview series Free Voice exclusively for NewsVoice. Wilson asks questions to American Curtis Cost, who works with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Children’s Health Defense. Cost is an author and one of the producers behind the film Medical Racism.

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The interview addresses medical abuse of minorities, something that has been going on since slavery, says Curtis Cost. This dark history extends all the way to the present day and to authorities such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which today, together with the WHO, controls the covid crisis policy according to Cost.

He states that The Black Community is generally aware of this story and therefore many are reluctant to take the vaccination against Covid-19, but many leaders still choose to urge their groups to take it. Oprah Winfrey, for example, made a national effort for Pfizer to promote a vaccine.

Cost mentions the CDC scandal and the whistleblower. The CDC was aware that black boys who received the measles vaccine were at greater risk of developing autism. NewsVoice has previously written about how an insider named William Thompson chose to go out with this information.

Text and video interview by Aga Wilson

Curtis Cost’s work to track down evidence of medical abuse, which can be considered racist, led to the book “Vaccines Are Dangerous” and the film “Medical Racism: The New Apartheid”.

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Agnieszka "Aga" Wilson is a humanitarian, human rights advocate, and social entrepreneur. Her experience involves working as a global consultant on human rights, policy development, and international training, for non-profits, NGOs, and the United Nations in New York. Wilson holds a Master's of Political Science. She also worked as an adjunct professor at St. John's University teaching on media, communication, and international relations.
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