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The Complete HIV Breakdown with Dr. Rashid Buttar, Robert Scott Bell and Liam Scheff

Incredible show today with Robert Scott Bell and Dr. Rashid Buttar.

Please download and listen to the bonus segment, as Dr. Rashid Buttar, RSB and Liam take apart, for good and all, the HIV myth. No sugar. It’s a great show.

How many needle-pricks from “HIV” patients can a person have an not be “Positive?” How often can you have sex with “HIV” positive people and not turn “positive”

Answer: As many as you’d like, because there is no HIV. There are only HIV tests…

The first hour of the interview will be available here in archives for Aug 20th:

Here’s the 40 minutes of bonus “HIV” breakdown. We even talk Kim Cools and Umlingo Wamangcolosi!

Official Stories Chapter Excerpt – Survival of the Fittest

A preview of “Official Stories,” from Ch. 8 “Darwin is Dead.” What is Darwinism? What does it actually offer? Is it a science, or a philosophy? We’ll explore the question – and get some hard answers in the book.

 

Survival of the Fittest

by Liam Scheff, from “Official Stories.”

We have grown up with the expression. We use it when we see someone fail at something so miserably, so spectacularly, that we can only acknowledge the triumph of disaster. It is the phrase that college boys use to mock a fraternity brother who falls down the stairs drunk, or leaps off a hotel balcony into a pool below, hitting the diving board on the way down, breaking some number of bones in the process, having consumed more alcohol than is almost physically possible.

“Survival of the fittest!” The phrase is now commonplace. It has been employed in schoolyards, by scientists and leaders of nations, alike. Its philosophy has been embraced by the likes of Mao Tse Tung, Joseph Stalin and Adolph Hitler. Which should bother people, but doesn’t. So, what does it mean?

Darwin saw that the island finches were different, slightly. Some had longer beaks, some shorter. Some birds were a little taller, larger or smaller, with a little more or less of a wingspan. Some really hated “Sex and the City” while some found it tolerable, though it really described the lives of the gay men who wrote the show more than actual women in New York. I mean, come on, a new guy every week? That’s boy’s town.

Because Darwin had to exclude the idea that things had always been this way and that these changes had been made by magic, or a god or spirit, he had to come up with a naturalistic explanation. And he tried. He called it “natural selection,” which is pretty tricky. Because it turns the old Christian God into “nature,” and makes you think that it didn’t. But almost no one noticed, because they so wanted to get rid of the damned Church, meddling in everybody’s bloody business.

I mean, really. Burnings at the stake, witch-huntings, endless taxation. Scandal after scandal with the clergy. Some of the monasteries were more like jelly-making whorehouses than places of reflection and worship. “Screw them,” said the new scientific elite. “We’ll support the best contender, even if it is a dog.”

And here it is: “Natural selection” and “survival of the fittest.” Let’s unspool it in a little dialog I call, “Define your terms.” Continue reading Official Stories Chapter Excerpt – Survival of the Fittest

Arsenic and Old Lies – Or, An Argument about History

RTB: A letter from the legendary Cal Crilly, turned into an article; quoting heavily from sources, including Mike Baillie, author of “New Light on the Black Death,” Cal weaves together an argument that should attract the interest of those working to eradicate the war against biology, currently being waged by the pharmaceutical juggernaut.

Take it as a counter-argument to the fictions we receive in school, and on PBS.

 

Did Arsenic or other poisonous gases cause the Plague?

by Cal Crilly

Did arsenic cause the plague,was it rats at all, when comets and meteors hit they leave earthquakes and severe earthquakes will release gases and poisons like arsenic.

If there were meteors in the sky they could have hit an area like Kamchatka in Russia so eyewitnesses were few or even volcanoes like Katla exploded in Jan 1311, what else exploded?

Eruption of the large Icelandic volcano happened and there were natural world events of unimaginable destruction.

I love that bananas in 1633 came to the UK, it was the first happy thing in 400 years.

Arsenic causes all the symptoms of Bubonic plaque, add things like possibly Uranium and Lead from the sky at the most pessimistic and we get exposed to these chemicals via breathing and ultimately end up drinking it and eating animals dying from Arsenic too.

And it is horrifying.

Continue reading Arsenic and Old Lies – Or, An Argument about History