Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Terry Michael interview by Documentarian Nicole Zwiren

Documentarian Nicole Zwiren interviewed Terry Michael 

at XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, July 22-27, 2012. 
 Staring with going over all the dissent from the single pathogen theory of immune deficiency and including the alternative theories of what was making gay men die in the early 1980's and the causes of immune deficiency inaccurately called "HIV disease" in Africa and more.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

New non-contagious AIDS-like disease found in Asia

 Even as the promise of an AIDS vaccine seems finally within humanity's reach, researchers in the United States have discovered a new disease —as-yet unnamed, but fortunately non-contagious— with very AIDS-like symptoms.
AIDS —or acquired immune deficiency syndrome— results from the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which completely disables its host's natural defenses against infection. In the Philippines alone, as of June 2012, there were 295 reported HIV-positive cases, 16 of which were AIDS cases,according to the National Epidemiology Center's latest HIV Surveillance Report.
However, unlike HIV, the newly-discovered immunodeficiency disease does not spread through a virus, nor is it inherited, said Dr. Sarah Browne of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Op-Ed: AIDS, Africa and Duesberg

Oakland - University of California researcher Peter Duesberg has been denounced as a denialist, a crank and worse because of his belief that HIV does not cause AIDS. But what if he is right?
In recent months a number of videos about AIDS have been uploaded to YouTube which support a paradigm that is totally at odds with the official line, namely that AIDS is transmitted sexually, and that the cause of AIDS is the HIV virus. In short, no HIV, no AIDS.
The alternative hypothesis has been around for a long time, and its most high powered proponent is Peter H. Duesberg, Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology in the University of California, Berkeley.
Three years ago, a full length documentary by Brent Leung that explores Duesberg's position in considerable depth was released. House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic was uploaded to YouTube about 18 months ago. This award winning film also has its own website.
The first thing to note is that Duesberg is not and never has been a lone voice. As another distinguished German scientist, Hans Eysenck, said many years ago, we know so little about any disease.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

"If you have a good immune system, then your body can naturally get rid of HIV" asked of Francoise Barre-Sinoussi

Terry Michael asks Francoise Barre-Sinoussi what she thinks about Luc Montagnier's statement:

Dr. Luc Montagnier: “We can be exposed to HIV many times without being chronically infected. Our immune system will get rid of the virus within a few weeks, if you have a good immune system.”

Interviewer: If you have a good immune system, then your body can naturally get rid of HIV?

Dr. Luc Montagnier: Yes.

Interviewer: If you take a poor African, who’s been infected and you build up their immune system, is it possible for them to also naturally get rid of it?

Dr. Luc Montagnier: I would think so.

Interviewer: That’s an important…

Dr. Luc Montagnier: It’s important knowledge which is completely neglected. People always think of drugs and vaccine.

Interviewer: There is no money in nutrition, right?

Dr. Luc Montagnier: There is no profit, yes.

Video captured at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, DC July 26, 2012.
Video credit: Kaiser Family Foundation-funded

Thursday, August 16, 2012

The AIDS Virus As We Know It

Patrick Timpone

AIDS: Did it ever REALLY exist? listen here: 

Christl Meyer “Let theories die instead of humans”
Biologist and researcher Christl Meyer joined join us at 9am Central. Ms. Meyer has provided scientific evidence proving without doubt that the so called “HIV-virus”, which is claimed to be the cause of AIDS, does not exist, and that the definitions of “AID$” are sporadic and non specific that the alleged syndrome is a cluster of OLD familiar diseases and not a disease of it’s own.
Ms. Meyer talks about HIV testing and how it is unreliable and meaningless to boot and that pregnant women and children, in some cases, are forced to take medication. HIV is part of the human genome in Chromosome #6, we all have it. That’s the bottom line!

Why Some Doctors Began Questioning HIV and AIDS

"Why I Began Questioning HIV" 

Five people (Below) provide their account of why they began to question the HIV and AIDS.

*From the Deluxe Edition of "HOUSE OF NUMBERS

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Judge rules 2nd time: prosecutors don't have sufficient evidence that unprotected sex with someone with HIV creates a "grave risk" of death

By Jim O'Hara, The Post-Standard 
Syracuse, NY - For the second time in as many months a judge has ruled Onondaga County prosecutors don't have sufficient evidence that unprotected sex with someone with HIV creates a "grave risk" of death.
In a 13-page decision made public today, state Supreme Court Justice John Brunetti ruled the District Attorney's Office did not have evidence to support a felony reckless endangerment prosecution against Terrance Williams for knowing he had HIV and having unprotected sex with another man.

Dr. Nancy Padian 10-year study on HIV transmission  (video)  (Paper)
Instead, the judge ordered the felony charge of first-degree reckless endangerment reduced to a misdemeanor count of second-degree reckless endangerment. The judge also ruled there was sufficient evidence to support a prosecution for a misdemeanor charge of third-degree assault.
Williams, 23, has been indicted twice on felony reckless endangerment charges based on allegations he created a grave risk of death to another man from July to October 2010 by engaging in consensual sex without revealing he had been diagnosed as HIV positive in December 2009.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Academic Freedom of Speech in Jeopardy in Italy. How you can and can not talk about HIV and AIDS.

Celia Farber and Dr. Dave Rasnick speak with Dr.  from Florence Italy about exciting and triumphant developments in the losing battle to crush academic freedom in Italy around HIV/AIDS

from PRN.FM

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Lawsuit over false HIV diagnosis settled in DC as trial neared; terms not disclosed

WASHINGTON — A District of Columbia health clinic specializing in HIV and AIDS has settled a lawsuit that accused a staff member of mistakenly telling a patient he was HIV-positive.
The Washington Post says terms of Terry Hedgepeth’s settlement with the Whitman-Walker Clinic weren’t disclosed, but the agreement was reached as both sides prepared for trial. .
Hedgepeth brought a $20 million lawsuit in 2005, five years after a clinic worker mistakenly wrote in his files that he had tested positive for HIV.
The test was negative, but Hedgepeth didn’t know that until he decided to seek alternative treatment in 2005.
His lawyer says the misdiagnosis caused post-traumatic stress.
A D.C. appeals court recently ruled that patients given incorrect information from their doctors about a life-threatening illness can sue for emotional distress.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. 

Everyone Reacts Positive on the ELISA Tests for HIV

by roberto giraldo

For the last 6 years I have been working at a laboratory of clinical immunology in one of the most prestigious University Hospitals in the City of New York. Here I have had the opportunity to personally run and get to know in detail the current tests used for the diagnosis of HIV status, namely, the ELISA, Western blot and Viral Load tests.

1. Diluting the serum for the ELISA testThe ELISA test is a test for antibodies against what is supposed to be the Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV. To run this test, an individual’s serum has to be diluted to a ratio of 1:400 with a special specimen diluent. According to the test kit manufacturer this diluent contains "0.1% triton X-100, Bovine and Goat Sera (minimum concentration of 5%) and Human T-Lymphocyte Lysate (minimum titer 1:7500). Preservative: 0.1% Sodium Azide" (1).

This extraordinarily high dilution of the person’s serum [400 times] took me by surprise. Most serologic tests that look for the presence of antibodies against germs uses neat serum [undiluted]. For example, the tests that look for antibodies to hepatitis A and B viruses, rubella virus, syphilis, hystoplasma and cryptococus, to mention a few of them, use straight serum [undiluted]. However, to try to prevent false positive reactions some serologic tests use diluted serum; for example this is the case with tests that look for antibodies to measles, varicella and mumps viruses which use a dilution of 1:16, to cytomegalovirus [CMV] 1:20 and to Epstein-Barr Virus [EBV] 1:10.

The obvious questions are: What makes HIV so unique that the test serum needs to be diluted 400 times? And what would happen if the individual’s serum is not diluted ?

2. Testing the ELISA test without diluting the serum

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Sex and the Soul – the Origins of the HIV

by Liam Scheff -
If HIV is a hoax (if HIV tests do not test for any particular thing – and they don’t, and you can look that up), and “infection” is based on this non-test – then HIV tests don’t have any clinical meaning.
We’re also told that you can “have” “HIV” and not know it. But, have you ever had an STD and not known it?? A sexually-transmitted yeast infection, herpetic infection, or any other sore or pimple in your groin – and “not known it?” (How did they sell us this garbage?)
And that’s their line – the tests don’t test for anything, and you’ll never know, unless you trust the test. It’s a very religious run-around.
But, we assign them great value. Why?

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Denying AIDS. Seth Kalichman in review by OMSJ

I meet Seth Kalichman’s "assistant" Lisa at a screening of “HOUSE OF NUMBERS”. I challenged her to tell me what if anything that was contained in the film was in her view made up, out of context, or unknown to her. Her reply basicly was that she didn't know about the Bangui definition. “Great” I said. Let's discard the rest of the film for just a moment and agree that the Bangui Definition is worth having a broader and new dialog. "NO"..why no if it's something she knew nothing about? I was talking to the bubble. She agreed to have this conversation if on the “HOUSE OF NUMBERS” website there could be a link to promoted Seth book “Denying Aids”. I agreed if Seth would promote the film “HOUSE OF NUMBERS” on Seth’s Denying AIDS website ". She said “i'll talk to Seth” and get back to you. 2 years later i'm still waiting for that call.

Book Review: Denying AIDS

In 2008, John P. Moore Ph.D. and Seth Kalichman Ph.D. joined an unknown blogger who posted this cynical obituary after the death of Christine Maggiore, who died from complications related to an adverse drug reaction.  Before her body cooled, Kalichman, Moore and a who’s who of pharmaceutically-funded activists parroted false claims that Maggiore’s death was adeserving end of a prominent “AIDS denialist.”  An Internet search will locate thousands of messages, news stories and reports that assert (among other things) that Maggiore and her baby would be alive today, “if only she taken life-saving AIDS medications.” To Kalichman, the actual cause of her death wasn’t important.

Friday, August 3, 2012

HIV Criminalization Compounded by Confusion Over Validity of HIV Test

By Karen Ocamb News Editor
(Editor’s note: Sec. Hillary Clinton, who has personally known people who have died from AIDS—she spoke at her friend Bob Hattoy’s memorial, for instance—told the International AIDS Conference on Monday: “If we’re going to beat AIDS, we can’t afford to avoid sensitive conversations, and we can’t afford not to reach the people who are at the highest risk.” Getting tested to know one’s status to get help and not pass on the disease has been a health care mantra for years. But some HIV/AIDS activists are now prompting “sensitive conversations” about the quietly increasing criminalization of HIV. 

POZ founder Sean Strub (“Take the Test and Risk Arrest?”)  and longtime HIV/AIDS journalist Todd Heywood, in particular, have been sounding the alarm. But now freelance journalist Terry Michael—a self-described “independent Washington journalist, who directs the Washington Center for Politics & Journalism, and who has covered the HIV-AIDS story at his personal web site,where he raises questions about HIV-AIDS theory”—raises some even more troubling questions about how the validity of HIV tests themselves are being questioned in courtrooms. In early July, Michael emailed me that he had covered two cases of “HIV Panic” in military courts. Here is Michael’s report (as sent) that may raise even more questions for “sensitive conversations” no one’s having. – Karen Ocamb)
Army acquits heterosexual soldier, convicts gay officer in ‘HIV panic’ cases, increasingly questioned by HIV-positive advocates
Just six weeks after an Army judge at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, acquitted a heterosexual soldier in a so-called “HIV panic” case, another military judge at Ft. Belvoir in Virginia found a gay Army officer guilty on all counts for not revealing his HIV status and engaging in unprotected sex.

Imprisoned for transmitting HIV: One man's story

By Saundra Young, CNN Sr. Medical Producer

 A good discussion, from a mainstream perspective, about how the HIV=AIDS dogma criminalized HIV antibodies and how it is very hard to escape if you refuse to escape the dogma. from

(CNN) -- The nightmare Nick Rhoades has been living the past four years began after a one-time sexual encounter with another Iowa man, Adam Plendl.
It was June 2008. The 34-year-old Rhoades, who is HIV positive, says he was on antiretroviral medications. His viral load -- the amount of virus in his blood -- at the time was undetectable and he says he wore a condom. But Plendl contacted the police because Rhoades did not disclose his HIV status.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Tennessee Man Loses Wife, Job After False HIV-Positive Test

by Nick Beres
GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. - A 47-year-old father of two said a false positive HIV test cost him his family and his job.  Now he's proven he's healthy, but says he still can't clear his name.
"I was devastated.  I thought it was the end of the world. I thought I was going to die," said Sean Smith.

Earlier this year Smith went to give plasma in Goodlettsville, but after the staff ran his name through a data base they turned him away.
"They told me I was HIV positive and they couldn't accept by blood," said Smith.  He was stunned.  Smith lived with the secret for months before telling his wife and that did not go well.
"She accused me of having an affair," said Smith.

The stress ended his marriage and cost Smith his job.  He figured the diagnosis came from a prior blood test, but that he was never notified.  Confused and scared he believed it.  But -- at his daughter's urging -- Smith had his doctor run an HIV test and it came back negative.