Eugenics is Today’s AIDS Science

by Liam Scheff Population control, anyone? “Yes!” Say these eugenicists: Project Prevention is already operating in parts of Kenya, where it is paying women living with HIV U$40 to accept long-term contraception. A doctor is paid U$7 per patient. In Kenya, Project Prevention is working in Nyanza province where they place woman in groups of [...]

False Positive or Negative PCR Viral Load in Pregnant Woman in Zaire

HIV Positive, HIV Negative. The ‘twain often meet. HIV tests have no standards, give reactions for dozens to hundreds of known and unknown reasons. Here a woman in Zaire, described as “immundeficient” with tuburculosis, and pregnant, is put through a ‘viral load’ run-around. She is positive and negative. And that’s HIV testing, folks. Which is [...]

Darren Main Grills Peter Duesberg on Christine Maggiore’s Death


by Liam Scheff Exclusive for RTB. In his November, 2009 podcast, “Urban Mystic” Darren Main grills Dr. Peter Duesberg on the death of his ‘prize pupil’ Christine Maggiore. [Click to listen] Darren Main puts the question to Duesberg: After the loss of a public figure who followed his work, does he hold with his hypothesis? [...]

Africa: Treating Poverty With Toxic Drugs

By Liam Scheff AIDS Debate Part Three Reprinted from the Boston Weekly Dig, June 4, 2003 “As to diseases, make a habit of two things-to help, or at least to do no harm.” -Hippocrates, 5th Century B.C.E. Greek Physician, regarded as the father of medicine. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNAIDS, 42 [...]

Clinical Trials in NYC Orphans

by Liam Scheff The following is evidence in the long-running investigation into the use of toxic drugs on orphans in New York City in the Incarnation Children’s Center orphanage and in New York’s major hospitals, and then in Aids medicine in general. Background on this story – here and here. Below is the ICC webpage [...]

AIDS Drugs and Adverse Events During Pregnancy – European study

RTB: AIDS Drugs and Pregnancy? Just what we’re shooting for when we test pregnant women with HIV tests – that come up positive for pregnancy! But what’s the result? This December 2004 report highlights some of the problems: “Investigators from the European Collaborative Study noted a “worrying” increase in severe pregnancy-related adverse events in HIV-positive [...]

The Sterilization of America: A Cautionary History

RTB: “Eugenics, a word all but removed from America’s lexicon after World War II, is the science of improving the human race through controlled breeding.” The Sterilization of America: A Cautionary History “It is better for all the world, if instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime, or to let them starve for [...]

Senator Opposes HIV Testing for Pregnant Women

RTB: The media reports on a controversy in HIV testing – but it’s a false controversy, that does highlight the reactive – but uncritical – stance of AIDS activists against homophobia. The reporter and editors imagine they’re reporting on an issue of religious intolerance and sexual bigotry; the editorial position is in favor of testing [...]

Side Effects – Do They Get Better Over Time?


RTB: This article, by The Well, says that Aids drug side effects usually go away within the first four to six weeks, and then “lessen or go away.” The article then goes on to describe the well-known, recorded effects of the drugs, including major deformation, dangerous and deadly rash, organ failure, and even death. [...]

Fatal Drug Error Kept From Family – Nevirapine


Associated Press Dec. 16, 2004 | by Chris Hawke Never Told That Experimental AIDS Drugs Likely Killed Woman A family photograph of Joyce Hafford, who died in 2003 in an experimental drug regimen. (AP /APTN) (AP) A pregnant Tennessee woman who enrolled in federally funded research in hopes of saving her soon-to-be-born son from getting [...]

Risk and contraception : What women are not told about tubal ligation Lyn Turney* School of Social Inquiry, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic 3217, Australia Available online 13 July 2002. Abstract Tubal ligation is a commonly used routine procedure for female sterilisation. It is promoted as a very safe and highly effective method of permanently controlling fertility. Yet, since the early 1930s, there have been reports in [...]

Counseling Issues in Tubal Sterilization

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A PDF version of this document is available. Download PDF now I. CORI BAILL, M.D., The Menopause Center, Orlando, Florida VANESSA E. CULLINS, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A., Planned Parenthood Federation of America, New York, New York SANGEETA PATI, M.D., Washington, D.C. Female sterilization is the number one contraceptive choice among women in the United States. Counseling [...]

Current Trends Deaths Attributable to Tubal Sterilization – United States, 1977-1981 From 1977 through 1981, 29 deaths attributable to tubal sterilization were reported in the United States. Eleven of these followed complications of general anesthesia; seven were due to sepsis; four, to hemorrhage; four, to cardiovascular events; and three, to other causes. Over five million women underwent tubal sterilization during the 1970s, with an estimated [...]

Living Without HIV/Aids Drugs – IRIN News

UN Integrated Regional Information Networks May 15, 2002 Living Without HIV/Aids Drugs link to original article Chriselda Kananda was seven months pregnant when she discovered she was HIV positive in 1997. She has been living healthily and positively without any antiretroviral treatment ever since. “The first day is your worst nightmare come true, because all [...]

Still on Trial

April 2005. NY Press Last July, New York Press published “Orphans on Trial,” the story of the HIV-positive children of Incarnation Children’s Center (a Washington Heights Catholic orphanage overseen by Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center). The piece detailed how these children are being used in National Institutes for Health- and pharmaceutical-industry-sponsored clinical trials.