One of the leading voices in the movement opposing the HIV/AIDS hypothesis is Dr. Peter Duesberg, a renowned virologist with a PhD in chemistry, currently working at the University of California in Berkley. He and other scientists have put their reputations on the line in order to pose some fundamental questions. While not questioning the existence of AIDS but rather the means through which it is acquired, he says that there is still no hard proof that HIV is responsible for AIDS. In this interview, Peter will explain how he came to this conclusion according to his research. We’ll discuss the mysterious and confusing aspects of the virus. Also, we talk about the term HIV, the virus latency period, what happens after infection and the immune system. Peter discusses the infection rate in Africa and the “germ theory epidemic that never happened.” There is not one documented case of a doctor becoming infected while treating AIDS patients. Therefore, Peter tells us how lifestyle is the major cause of this virus, not a contagion. Later, we talk about the incentives within AIDS research, the drugs used to treat it, the vaccine.
Question from a Reader
I have a running stomach and has not been better since morning. Let me tell you what l did. I have been drinking Umlingo for quite a while and having a great diet. Yesterday l ate chicken with cheese. Then l got sick. The diet really works. If you could try it yourself. Be a vegetarian, and live healthily ever after.
Tine van der Maas Responds
Whenever you have a runny stomach, always take charcoal or grounded burned wood. People for many ages have used this remedy for diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting. Charcoal absorbs the rubbish – whatever it is, be it an overdose a drug overdose, food poisoning or bad bacteria. Please try 2 tablespoons every 2 hours till the diarrhoea has stopped – the longest it took us to stop diarrhoea was 8 hours. Charcoal does not work for Chrohbs disease – I will write about this some other time.
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FEAR THE VIRUS. TREMBLE AT THE VIRUS.
OH, THE HUMANITY, OH THE IRONY, THAT WE, WITH ALL OUR TECHNOLOGY, FALL TO THE MACHINATIONS OF THE BARELY VISIBLE SPECK. OUR HUBRIS HAS BROUGHT US DOWN.
On Sept. 9, the bio-disaster film, Contagion, opens worldwide. With a budget of $60 million, director Steve Soderbergh, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kate Winslet will try to convince audiences that a virus can kill off half the world in six days. Or something.
The tag line on the movie poster is: Nothing Spreads Like Fear.
Or as I prefer, Nothing Spreads Like Bullshit.
The script received assistance from the CDC and “a team of scientific experts,” and was partially based on research into the global SARS epidemic. Would that be the epidemic that spawned 8,422 confirmed cases and killed 916 people?
More people have died from toasters falling out of apartment windows than from SARS.
The CDC will love this film, because, God knows, they need all the ammo they can get to justify their bloated budget, as they continue to do nothing about disease, except falsify reports on it.
For one reference, Google “Peter Doshi, BMJ, CDC flu death statistics,” and you’ll get an eyeful.
Enjoy this video. We have had apples in our fridge for over 8 months, grapes for over 1 1/2 years, carrots for over 2 years etc. We also discovered this by accident when we had forgotten our apples in the fridge and discovered they were still fine after 2 months. Since then, our fridge has become a science lab. Must try the hamburger too.
It is your choice, but at least make it an informed one! It is the least you can do for your own health and your loved ones. There are many websites that give straight forward information. Also go to the page of Dr Andrew Wakefield and see what happens when you go against what they call “medical science”, but you actually are taking on the Pharmaceutical Companies where it hurts – their money!
In this video, award-winning journalist Christopher Bryson examines one of the great secret narratives of the industrial era; how a grim workplace poison and the most damaging environmental pollutant of the cold war was added to our drinking water and toothpaste.<p>
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