AIDS Inc.: Scandal of the Century by Jon Rappoport

AIDS Inc.: Scandal of the Century by Jon Rappoport

By Jon Rappoport

I first discovered that there have been many hugely credentialled scientific researchers hard the HIV=AIDS speculation in 1988, and i've been heavily following the controversy ever in view that. Jon's booklet covers intimately the complete saga of the talk, and with no the contrived hypothesis of conspiracists, in actual fact unearths an exceptional modern day business scandal. even supposing the booklet was once released over 15 years in the past, its contents are as exact this day as they have been while it was once written. a person who's considering any manner with HIV/AIDS should still learn this publication.

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How difficult would it be to alter the course of research? WARNER: It's very difficult to change people's minds. It's not impossible, but there is a head of steam built up. WEEKLY: What do you do if a government agency, as a whole, has been derelict? WARNER: It may end up as a brawl. I'd sort of like to finesse that, though, I'd like to avoid a public brawl. It eats up time. It's difficult when scientists are not open to discussing scientific issues. WEEKLY: Robert Gallo, Max Essex, people like that, were the field commanders on the NIH war on cancer in the 70's.

Retroviruses are all very similar. I mean, there are differences, but as far as pathology is concerned, you don't see a marker in one which is going to explain why it supposedly wakes up from sleep and becomes active. You may see markers in the gene structure that explain why one virus is a blonde and one is a brunette. But these are not clinically significant factors. Q: Could AIDS vaccine research be dangerous in its potential effect on people? A: I think the vaccine research is more silly than dangerous.

AZT) is hell for the bone marrow... It kills normal cells quite, quite extensively ... AZT is a poison. It is cytotoxic. I think that giving it to people with AIDS is highly irresponsible... " A: That's right. And now they are giving it to people with no symptoms. It's supposed to prevent HIV from replicating, yet they can find no evidence that HIV is replicating in the first place. Q: What would convince you that HIV played a role in AIDS? A: If you could show it had some form of activity, some biochemical activity.

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