Category Archives: Pregnancy

The Robert Scott Bell Show – Liam Scheff & Terry Michael – Baby Rico

Save Baby Rico! Lindsey Nagel’s baby boy is still in state custody, being drugged and poisoned because of the inevitable result of a cross-reactive non-specific antibody marker test that has no standards. While mainstream media reports that a child has gone HIV negative after a questionable drug cocktail, the facts surrounding the claim lack genuine scientific validation. Liam Scheff and Terry Michael join RSB today for a very important discussion. See below and learn why every baby in America would test positive for HIV:

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 between 10 and 15 and give them a pooled amount of money to begin income-generating activities in return for accepting intrauterine devices (IUDs) as long-term contraception. Each woman then receives around R280 in return.

It might, of course, be of concern to women being targeted for life-long chemical birth control (ie, sterilization by pill), or irreversible surgical laparoscopy, to understand the rationale for WHY they are being so targeted. If “HIV positive” is the reason, then we must ask ourselves what “HIV positive means.”

And it means?

From the manufacturer’s disclaimer’s on the major tests, and the major medical literature:

“At present there is no recognized standard for establishing the presence or absence of antibodies to HIV-1 and HIV-2 in human blood.” – Abbott Labs HIV test – the industry ‘standard.’

“No standard,” means no way to determine a positive, or a negative, or one from the other.

How does this play out in real life? Everybody and anybody, and anything, can test “positive”:

“False-positive ELISA test results can be caused by alloantibodies resulting from transfusions, transplantation, or pregnancy, autoimmune disorders, malignancies, alcoholic liver disease, or for reasons that are unclear.” – Archives of Family Medicine, 2000

“For reasons that are unclear!” Well, sign me up. Sounds ‘scientific,’ doesn’t it?

“[I]t is very important to remind patients and clinicians that influenza vaccination may cause cross-reactivity with HIV antibody assays. The time course for such cross-reactivity remains uncertain.” – NEJM, 2008

That is, flu and other vaccination is a cause of “HIV positive” results. Do you think these tests ought to be used to sterilize African women?

“Alloimmune mice (mice that have been exposed to cells from another murine [mouse] strain) were shown to make antibodies against gp 120 and p24 of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and mice of the autoimmune strains MRL-_tpr/lpr_ and MRL-+/+ made antibodies against gp120. This is surprising because the mice were not exposed to HIV.” – Science, 1991

Which means? That mice, for no reason, have proteins that make the ‘HIV test’ come up positive…

Do you want to take this test?

“Heterophile [normal, human and animal, cross-reacting] antibodies are a well-recognized cause of erroneous results in immunoassays. We describe here a 22-month-old child with heterophile antibodies reactive with bovine [Cow] serum albumin and caprine [Goat] proteins causing false-positive results to human immunodeficiency virus type 1 and other infectious serology testing.” – Clin Diagn Lab Immunol. 1999

What does it mean? In English – cow and goat proteins that were part of the test itself – made the test ‘test positive!’

But among the poor, this just doesn’t seem to matter. Positive or negative, they’re all positive when they’re black enough:

“[The test’s] error rate won’t matter much in areas with a high prevalence of HIV, because in all probability the people testing false-positive will have the disease. But if the same test was performed on 1,000 white, affluent suburban housewives – a low-prevalence population – in all likelihood all positive results will be false, and positive predictive values plummet to zero.” – AIDS Alert, 1998

And so, let’s sterilize women, just like ‘we’ (the Western powers) have all over the world, for decades…for the better part of a century. From Cold Spring Harbor, to Carrie Buck, to Margaret Sanger, to Himmler and Goebbels…to the UN Population Fund, to the Philippines, to India….

After the laparoscopy (sterilization) operation this young woman is helped outside. Photo by Nick Rain.

Western ‘scientists’ and do-gooders nary meet a poor women they don’t want to prevent from giving birth.

A big ‘thank you,’ by the way, can be made to Barbara Harris, founder of ‘Project Prevention,‘ who loves to be very concerned about the sex lives of others. As she’s stated, in reference to drug addicts:

We don’t allow dogs to breed. We spay them. We neuter them. We try to keep them from having unwanted puppies, and yet then women are literally having litters of children.”

Thanks Barbara, for sharing your insights. History has a word for people like you, of course…

And that word is:

Eugenicist. Or, Nazi. Depending on your mood.

Read all about HIV testing at RTB’s “Test” section, and at

Thanks to Terry Michael for forwarding the SFAIDS article.

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 why it should be illegal as a diagnostic tool….

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

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.

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Darren Main puts the question to Duesberg: After the loss of a public figure who followed his work, does he hold with his hypothesis? In the interview, Dr. Duesberg is often agitated, interrupting, and in some instances, he gives unsatisfying responses to hard questions. On the other hand, he reviews the true and well-known failings of major AIDS theory, the lack of evidence for a sexual epidemic in the West, the unacceptable toxicity of the many drugs now and historically in use, and the decades of academic obfuscation and failure on the part of the immensely corrupt AIDS industry.

But the question remains: What about Christine Maggiore? Maggiore was the public face of the very limited idea that “HIV is not the cause of AIDS.” She was an advocate for patients’ rights, and she was a pointed and regular critic of the AIDS medical/pharmaceutical establishment. Maggiore ran “Alive and Well AIDS Alternatives” for over a decade, having been multiply diagnosed HIV positive, negative and indeterminate. When she was well, as she was for most of her public life, her critics declared she was ‘faking it,’ or really ‘negative,’ and profiting off of her false diagnosis.

Continue reading Darren Main Grills Peter Duesberg on Christine Maggiore’s Death

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 million people around the world are infected with HIV, and nearly 22 million people in Africa have died of AIDS. But AIDS isn’t a single disease; it’s a collection of diseases. When people are said to die of AIDS, they’re known to die of a particular disease or condition, such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, malaria or basic malnutrition. AIDS researchers claim that HIV plays a role in the development of these illnesses, but in spite of this claim, 20 years of AIDS research has failed to prove causation between HIV infection and any so-called AIDS disease (as explored in “The AIDS Debate” parts one and two). So why do we call them AIDS deaths? Continue reading Africa: Treating Poverty With Toxic Drugs

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 as it appeared when I first looked at it, in 2003. It was taken down in early 2004, after press attention focused on the practice of using orphans in government and pharma-sponsored drug trials.

The page announces the clinical trials then in progress, as well as making some strong statements about improvement of patient health without the admittedly toxic and potentially fatal standard Aids drugs. Continue reading Clinical Trials in NYC Orphans

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 women taking HAART, including the death of their babies during the early weeks of life and described adverse outcomes during pregnancy amongst women taking HAART.

HAART is the now-standard combination AIDS drug regimen

Continue reading AIDS Drugs and Adverse Events During Pregnancy – European study

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 their imbecility, society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind…Three generations of imbeciles are enough.”

    Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., in Buck v. Bell, 1927

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. Much like the Trail of Tears, Tuskegee medical experiments, or the Japanese internment in this country, the word harkens us back to a shameful time most would just as soon forget. Continue reading The Sterilization of America: A Cautionary History

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 and drugging mother and infant, and they use the problem of homophobia to create support for the AIDS paradigm. “Pro-AIDS” becomes a de facto “Pro-Gay” position.

What would happen if they asked the question: What do HIV tests actually test for? What do they actually diagnose? And what burden are we placing on individuals who “test positive” on a poly-reactive test? What are the consequences of AZT and Nevirapine in Utero?

These questions are ignored and actively suppressed by the mainstream media, and in Senate discussion.

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DENVER—The Senate backed a bill promoting HIV testing for pregnant women Wednesday over the objection of a lone senator who said the state shouldn’t protect people from the consequences of their “unacceptable behavior.” Continue reading Senator Opposes HIV Testing for Pregnant Women

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.

Which of the two statements is true? Continue reading Side Effects – Do They Get Better Over Time?

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 AIDS died last year when doctors continued to give her an experimental drug regimen despite signs of liver failure, government memos say.

Family members of Joyce Ann Hafford say the 33-year-old HIV-positive woman died without ever holding her newborn boy. They also said they never were told the National Institutes of Health concluded the drug therapy likely caused her death. Continue reading Fatal Drug Error Kept From Family – Nevirapine

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.


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 the medical literature indicating that there are both short-and long-term problems with the procedure. This article reviews the medical and scientific literature in which these problems are reported in an attempt to synthesise and make sense of the results and their implications for women. Contrary to the way it is promoted, tubal ligation is fraught with complications which place at risk the health and well-being of many women. Its sequelae includes many gynaecological problems ranging from torsion, hydrosalpinx, and endometriosis to irreversible interferences with the endocrine system. It is clear that tubal ligation is not the ‘clean cut’ procedure that it purports to be, and, in the interests of women, the myths about safety and efficacy need to be publicly dispelled. Continue reading Risk and contraception : What women are not told about tubal ligation

Counseling Issues in Tubal Sterilization

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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 issues include ensuring that the woman understands the permanence of the procedure and knowing the factors that correlate with future regret. The clinician should be aware of the cumulative failure rate of the procedure, which is reported to be about 1.85 percent during a 10-year period. Complications of tubal sterilization include problems with anesthesia, hemorrhage, organ damage, and mortality.

Continue reading Counseling Issues in Tubal Sterilization

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 case/fatality rate of 3.6/100,000 (1). In 1979, CDC began surveillance of tubal sterilization deaths to determine why they occur and what can be done to prevent them. Sterilization-attributable deaths were identified through a nationwide reporting effort involving individual clinicians, state health departments, medical examiners’ offices, and professional societies 1970s, with an estimated case/fatality rate of 3.6/100,000 (1). Continue reading Current Trends Deaths Attributable to Tubal Sterilization – United States, 1977-1981

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 you’re thinking is, ‘I am going to die now’,” she told IRIN.

After that, she desperately sought any AIDS treatment available. “Then I realised that all I was doing was fighting it. So I stopped. I told myself that I would host this virus and I would respect it,” she said.

For her, being diagnosed with the HI virus was a wake up call. “I just went back to the basics of eating and living healthy, just like everyone else should be doing”.

Medical advisor, Dr Harold Seftel, agrees that eating and living healthy when HIV positive is one of the best therapies available. “If they look after themselves like that, they can live for years and years”. Continue reading Living Without HIV/Aids Drugs – IRIN News