Nobody envisions that the Foundation has been inventing fake AIDS epidemics around the world. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton implied it himself when The Atlantic in October 2007 found him creating a “supply” if foreign governments created a “demand.” Without reaching that sordid conclusion, the report did, however, quote Elton John in his 2012 book Love Is the Cure: “If we can get you cheap AIDS drugs, will you commit to buying a lot of them? Then they went to drug companies and made the reverse pitch. . . .”
HIV tests’ don’t test directly for virus, and now it’s been said on the radio. “How Positive Are You” co-host Elizabeth (Beth) Ely revealed this startling fact, news to many, to Howard Jordan of the minority affairs show ‘Jordan Journal’ on Pacifica Radio station WBAI.
With Cal Crilly.
Thirty years ago this spring, actor Rock Hudson tested “positive” on the new “HIV test.” A year and a half later, he was dead of so-called “AIDS” after sensational media reports set off a sexual panic. We look at the more likely causes of death – and why those causes matter.
In the rarefied world of AIDS research, things just get more pure, elegant and untouched by reality every day. So of course it comes as no surprise that scientists have managed to invent a process completely uncontaminated by logic: “sperm washing.”
Tommy Morrison was a two-time former heavyweight boxing champion [who] also starred as “Tommy Gunn” in the 1990 movie "Rocky V." . . . [His widow discusses] the recent report of an eminent, HIV-experienced electron microscope lab on blood taken from her husband moments before he died: “The Duke” was carrying no particles resembling “HIV.”
“We are not responsible for the meds we give you,” Ron tells a “member.” “You croak, you croak.” Nowadays, that’s more or less the extent of an FDA warning.
Become enlightened and empowered with astonishing facts you won't find in the mainstream media. This podcast gives insight into the real meaning of headline AIDS news, shares remarkable personal stories from people directly affected by tests and treatments, and offers thought provoking interviews with doctors and scientists from around the globe who challenge conventional thinking on HIV, AIDS and health.
Young gay men have gotten the idea that they can mix Viagra with crystal meth for a little "cocktail." Until the nation's crystal meth dealers are a corporation that AIDS organizations can sue, they're stuck with going after drug companies over these lethal recipes.
Rethinking AIDS: The Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis ("RA" or "the Group") was formed in 1991 to express the concerns of a growing number of renowned scientists and medical doctors about HIV research and the resulting human rights abuses. In 1995, by a letter published in Science, the Group called for a thorough reappraisal of the existing evidence for and against the HIV/AIDS hypothesis and recommended that critical epidemiological studies be undertaken.
“Black” is code for the sexual fears of the West, where we imagine all black men as predatory and dangerous. . . . The purpose of a ritual is to bring society back into line, out of the random violence, sexual confusion and Greenwich Village Halloween Parades into which it has such a tendency to slip.
Audiences for Café Flesh watch audiences in the movie, who in turn watch people have sex. One critic called it a "porn movie about porn movies." . . . What could better describe the ambivalence of 1980s America, consumed with sado-masochistic desire for ever more power, control, consumer goods and sex against a background of post-Vietnam, Christian fundamentalist, Reaganomic shame and guilt? What better way to express that angst than by shutting down sex in a portion of the population, as the film fantasizes?
It’s the kind of blackmail that would likely have made the keepers of the old Hollywood communist blacklist blush: Support the AIDS propaganda or “you’ll never have lunch in this town again.”
According to "Fact sheet No246" of the World Health Organization, "Most of the world's women do not control when, with whom and with what protection, if any, they have sexual relations." Memo to WHO: In the West we have a word for unwilling sex--rape.
According to the Big Note Songbook of AIDS, AIDS came from monkeys in Africa, got spread all over North America by a gay French-Canadian flight attendant, and happens to people who have sex without condoms. People who get it will die unless they take the latest drugs that help them live longer, defined as not dying the day before yesterday.