Wednesday, December 26, 2012

HIV Criminalization Laws Are Claiming More and More Victims

By Celia Farber reposted from
We expect this trend to continue. While the AIDS industry has convinced Americans of the alleged AIDS epidemic, prosecutors have a hard time finding anyone willing to promote their propaganda under penalty of perjury.
The 2011 Nobel laureate poet Tomas Tranströmer wrote a poem called “To Friends Behind A Frontier,” to close friends living in (then) GDR. The poem goes like this:
I wrote so meagerly to you. But what I couldn’t write swelled and swelled like an old-fashioned airship and drifted away at last through the night sky.
The letter is now at the censor’s. He lights his lamp. In the glare my words fly up like monkeys on a grille, rattle it, stop and bare their teeth.
Read between the lines. We’ll meet in 200 years
When the microphones in the hotel walls are forgotten
And can at last sleep, become trilobites.

Friday, December 21, 2012

A debate about AIDS and "House of Numbers" via


some great chat going on now from
(The global Authority in Mixed martial Arts site)

This thread is inspired by an EXCELLENT documentary from a couple years back called "House of Numbers". In it, the filmmakers basically set out to discover the origin of AIDS, it's relationship to HIV, the conditions which cause it, and the conditions which define it. What they ended up with was a very interesting story indeed.
It seems that the official meme that "HIV = AIDS = Death" has many problems, not the least of which are;
a) AIDS itself is not a disease or virus but is diagnosed through what amounts to a checklist of various symptoms which are easily attributed to other known diseases like TB, and also could be caused by malnutrition.
b) The causal link between HIV and AIDS has never truly been scientifically established, and in fact, the existence of the HIV virus itself is in question, when it's only been isolated and photographed twice, and both studies were inconclusive.
c) The HIV test does not seek to identify the virus itself, but only a certain type of antibody. This type of testing is not uncommon in the medical world, as it's easier and cheaper to identify the antibodies, but it's use is only valid if the virus itself has been fully understood and isolated. It it also problematic in the area of false-positives, for example; pregnant women produce these antibodies naturally (I wonder how many of the African women diagnosed were pregnant?)
d)The statistics of the world-wide AIDS and HIV numbers have been manipulated, obfuscated and confused (hence the film title) to such an extant that they do not accurately portray the reality of the situation.
e) The AZT treatments are highly toxic, severely inhibit DNA replication in the body, and in the end kill more people than the ailment they are supposed to combat.

There are many more important points but in the interest of brevity I would suggest you ask specific questions or watch the film, read the articles, etc.

I don't know what the original agenda was behind the film's creation, but to me it seems they gave everyone a fair shot at telling their side of the story. This includes Nobel Laureates, journalists, those living with the "syndrome" (AIDS) and the virus (HIV), scientists who are pro the official meme and dissenters of the official meme, but in the end this "House of Numbers" appears to crumble before our eyes. 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Dead 5 months to the day that Brandon Lacy Campos begins taking Gilead's new "Complera

by: Jamal A Tullock
This was nothing less than a crime. I don't know the man. I knew nothing of him until his death was announced. To this day, they pretend not to know his cause of death. But that he was somehow labeled an "HIV" activist led me to assume he must have died from ARV's. The worst part was learning that, in his own words, he was not taking them for the entire 10 years of his alleged "positive" diagnosis. 

An HIV Nonprogressor Starts Meds; or HIV Sucks

By Brandon Lacy Campos

And here he dies 5 months to the day that he begins taking Gilead's new "Complera" (which began 6/9/2012; he died 11/9/2012)

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Remove industry bias from clinical trials before it's too late

Here's an article from several researchers at the Univ. of New South Wales and the Univ. of Sydney, debunking self-serving GlobalBigPharma-funded clinical trials of all kinds of drugs:

They use Tamiflu as an example--the worthless "flu" palliative peddled by our friends at Gilead Sciences, the biggest purveyors of the toxic "HIV-ARV" chemo. 
Gildead's Gilead’s CEO Martin Joins “$50 Million 
And speaking of Gilead Sciences, I am eagerly awaiting Gilead's 2012 annual report, to place a dollar-value on Gilead CEO John C. Martin's iatrogenic illness-producing greed. Here is a HAART-warming web page displaying the warfare inside the HIV-AIDS Drug Industrial Complex, in which the federal tax dollar-sucking AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) of Los Angeles attacks Martin, one of the ten highest paid CEO's in America, according to Forbes. 

Apparently Martin's pay-package is so high that it affects the AHF pharmacies' bottom line. AHF seems to be fishing for a lower price for Truvada, Atripla and the other Gilead poison AHF buys from Gilead. Martin and AHF don't seem to think they are getting rich enough on the backs of the vulnerable gay and black millions who have been caught in the $12,000-$14,000/year AIDS Drug death trap.

--Terry Michael

P.S. Unfortunately, if you dig deeper into you'll find that this Aussie effort to think outside the usual peer-reviewed journal box produces little or no skepticism about the SEX=HIV=AIDS=DEATH paradigm. I am trying to sign up to contribute writing at the site, but I suspect academic freedom to think non-knowledge-monopoly thoughts will be no more tolerated Down Under than it is in the U.S., under HIV Czar J. Edgar Fauci.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

As drug industry’s influence over research grows, so does the potential for bias

By , -

“We now have clear evidence from a large international study that the initial use of [Avandia] is more effective than standard therapies,” a senior vice president of GlaxoSmithKline, Lawson Macartney, said in a news release.
What only careful readers of the article would have gleaned is the extent of the financial connections between the drugmaker and the research. The trial had been funded by GlaxoSmithKline, and each of the 11 authors had received money from the company. Four were employees and held company stock. The other seven were academic experts who had received grants or consultant fees from the firm.
Linda Anderson
Thanks to the Washington Post for the article "Can Drug Research Still be Trusted?"
It was an eye opening look at a $70 billion part of our economy. I don't understand why is there no outrage over 83,000 heart-attacks and deaths from Avandia, yet for weeks now the attention has focused on 4 deaths in the mid-East? 

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Antiretroviral treatment for HIV reduces food insecurity, reports AIDS Journal

 Public release date: 4-Dec-2012

Antiretroviral treatment for HIV reduces food insecurity, reports AIDS Journal

By increasing work ability, anti-HIV drugs may reduce hunger as well as improve health

Philadelphia, Pa. (December 4, 2012) – Can treatment with modern anti-HIV drugs help fight hunger for HIV-infected patients in Africa? Starting antiretroviral therapy for HIV reduces "food insecurity" among patients in Uganda, suggests a study published online by the journal AIDS, official journal of the International AIDS Society.AIDS is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a part ofWolters Kluwer Health.
Treatment including antiretroviral therapy (ART) may lead to a "positive feedback loop" whereby improved functioning and productivity lead to increased ability to work—and thus to decreased food insecurity, according to the study by Kartika Palar, PhD and colleagues of University of California Los Angeles and RAND Corporation. The article is available on the AIDS journal homepage and in the November 28 print edition.

Monday, December 3, 2012

My journey with HIV has been complex, varied and challenging, by Johnny Trifun

reposted from

I recently received a request to fill in a research questionnaire done by a Masters Student in Health Psychology, in association with the Hospital relating to HIV/AIDS patients. The results were printed in the gay press and the results outlined that few patients use Internet to access information on HIV treatments and ‘how few challenge their physician or pose questions regarding treatment’

At first I was pleased that research was being done, I feel Health Psychology plays a major role in the path of HIV/AIDS, however after several attempts to fill in the form, eventually out of frustration, I discarded it. I found the questionnaire failed to acknowledge the complexities of the virus, as well as the complexities and journeys of individuals, to create a more true and meaningful result, or even assess trends and therefore was unable to fill out the form and tick the boxes in a way where I felt that I was being true to myself and helpful to the study. The findings of the research were presented at a recent Body Positive seminar, and one recognized physician pointed out, 'there is no expectation of a cure for HIV in the foreseeable future'. I question this by asking, ”Is it because the whole HIV/AIDS does not exist in the threshold of which we have all believed it to be?”

Sunday, December 2, 2012

The World Health Organization confesses that 25 years of international Aids projections and programs were based on fear, not evidence. But they still want you to believe them.

It is official: Aids is not explicable by sexual transmission. There is no heterosexual Aids pandemic, and further, there will be no heterosexual Aids pandemic.
“Threat of world Aids pandemic among heterosexuals is over, report admits”, The Independent announced on Sunday, June 8, 2008, mimicking what I have been reporting for years (and what some of my colleagues have been reporting for decades).
No, really. But take it from someone you trust, Dr. Kevin de Cock of the World Health Organization: “[T]here will be no generalised epidemic of Aids in the heterosexual population outside Africa.”
“A 25-year health campaign was misplaced outside the continent of Africa,” the article concedes, daring you hang them all. And so they’re quick to add a massive fiction: “But the disease still kills more than all wars and conflicts”

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Worlds AIDS Day / Rethinking AIDS Day

A video representing the unheard voices of HIV positives people struggling to break free of the death sentence designed by HIV and AIDS industry. 

This Video was made by Celia Ingrid Farber

Will a so-called "functional" cure be enough to keep HIV in check

As scientists and advocates push beyond merely managing HIV infection with expensive and toxic prescription medications, an overarching question is: Will a so-called "functional" cure be enough to keep HIV in check, such that people with the virus can go months between medical treatments? Or is a truly "sterilizing" cure -- a complete and provable eradication of all traces of HIV -- the only goal worth pursuing?

Today, December 1, 2012, The HIV-AID$ Industry celebrates another World AID$ Day

It should be called "World afrAID$ Day."  It is their annual fear-mongering, to push universal "HIV testing," so more customers can be captured for the toxic chemotherapy pushed by Gilead Sciences and the other purveyors of immune deficiency by prescription.

On the eve of World afrAID$ Day, Clark Baker's project to assist victims of HIV+ Panic statutes reported another victory for sanity.  Read about it here:

We are three decades into the madness.  I will continue until my last breath to rage against The HIV-AID$ Machine.

--Terry Michael

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