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Who is Allowed to Question the AIDS Industry? NO ONE.

Who is allowed to question the industry whose drugs are all deadly? Whose tests are junk science? NO ONE says the church of biological mysticism.

Read the whole piece at OMSJ.org

You may know a man by the company he keeps the famous proverb says. If that’s true, it may come as a surprise to know who Robert Gallo, the co-discoverer of HIV, is friends with. His circle includes a convicted embezzler, a perjurer and identify thief, and two professors and an AIDS activist who have been harassing and defaming Gallo’s detractors for decades.  And in every situation, they attack the individuals, not the questions they raise.

The revelations surfaced in an email that connects the academic and corporate ties related to a defamation lawsuit brought by Clark Baker, founder of the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice (OMSJ), against Jeffery Todd DeShong, an AIDS activist in Texas. Since 2009, DeShong has used numerous aliases in an effort to defame Baker, calling him a lair and a fraud, in an effort to ruin OMSJ, whose mission is to defend victims of medical and scientific corruption.

As the email indicates, DeShong’s “colleagues” and partners in vengeance include Atlanta doctor James Murtagh M.D., Cornell Virology Professor John Moore Ph.D., University of Connecticut social psychology Professor Seth Kalichman Ph.D., and the controversial “co-discoverer of HIV,” Robert Gallo M.D.

What’s it all about?

It’s straightforward. The AIDS story is incomplete – the drugs are too toxic, the tests are too faulty, and the diagnosis, too severe.

Now to the obvious question:  Why would Robert Gallo, a leading scientist with the National Cancer Institute for 30 years, the reputed co-discoverer of HIV and the patent holder on the first HIV test, need an army of attackers?  Real scientists with confidence and integrity let the evidence speak for itself and have no need to silence their critics.  All these years later, it seems clear that Gallo is still defensive about the unanswered questions related to his HIV research. And with good reason.

A startling 1993 report by the Office of Research Integrity found Gallo guilty of misconduct for misrepresenting in a key 1984 Science paper that he had been the first to discover HIV, when in fact, it was Luc Montagnier at the Pasteur Institute in Paris who was the first—and ultimately won the Nobel Prize for the discovery.  The report said Gallo had “intended to mislead the scientific community” and he showed an “intent to deceive” readers of the paper “to maximize his achievements while minimizing those of the French,” wrote Science. Although the evidence against Gallo was considerable, sanctions against him were light, but he was eventually forced out of the NCI.  Despite his scientific misconduct, Gallo continues to receive millions of dollars in funding from the pharmaceutical industry, NIH, and NIAID.

All these years later, the vitriolic attacks against Gallo’s detractors continues, ruining many lives and reputations in the process.  It is time to put a stop to it and, with any luck and a fair trial, Clark Baker’s defamation lawsuit against AIDS activist Todd DeShong will be the first step in disbanding the company Robert Gallo keeps.

The amended complaint and responses can be found at:

Read the Entire Article HERE

 

A Shooting Gallery and an Hour Glass – Part Two

RTB is presents part two from a long-term observer and participant in the AIDS war, who has written an explorative, insightful essay in two parts for ReduceTheBurden.

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A Shooting Gallery and an Hour-Glass Part Two
One HIV Skeptics Continuing Journey

By William A.
for RTB

The Hour-Glass

Over the years, I began to notice the feeling that AIDS dissidents–particularly those with an ‘HIV’ diagnosis aimed at their head–seem almost shackled invisibly together… joined like some godforsaken chain-gang on a remote, dusty highway: When one of us stumbles, we all seem to lose our footing. When one of us falls we all feel vertigo. Someone else’s illness can beckon almost unconsciously, dancing off in the distance like a dark mirage…promising…shimmering…waiting. We seem to obsess about the health of other dissidents, revealing, in our often slightly mad speculation about what might be going on, this invisible connection to each others’ wellness. Or illness. An umbilical cord of wary hope. Or suppressed despair. As though someone else’s ability to survive the rain of death and hopelessness falling on us every day can make it more likely that we will defy the odds ourselves. Like anyone would, we find strength in numbers.

Nothing revealed this more powerfully to me than Christine Maggiore’s death. All these years she had soldiered on through a sea of hatred and vitriol, somehow not going completely mad from the intense scrutiny from the AIDS machine. Yet equally intense, if not more, was the almost unconscious scrutiny of many dissidents. We often live immersed in fear: this diagnosis is like being cast out into a sea of anxiety, a sea that can seem to extend beyond the horizon and it swallows people whole. Though many of us find ways to subdue the monstrous anxiety, I did notice how often others around me would ‘point’, somewhat nervously, to Christine as evidence that one could stay healthy, their trembling finger betraying the fear they felt that it was all somehow going to go pear-shaped anyway. There was a watchfulness about it. A kind of expectant waiting.

Unconsciously, many of us seemed to keep looking at her and then ‘looking at our watches’. I often wondered if she felt pressure to be the exception, or if she felt the many quiet, lonely hands clinging to her for reassurance and hope. I can’t see how it wouldn’t have been an enormous burden, however unintended it may have been by those who so understandably needed some signal, some sign of hope in a world awash with the expectation of early death that comes with this diagnosis.

I can’t help but be reminded of that, creepy scene in The Wizard of Oz, where the Wicked Witch of the West traps Dorothy in the tower-room and gingerly turns the Hour-Glass over and places it on the table, starting it flowing and saying evilly:

“Do you see that?  That’s how much longer you’ve got to be alive!  And it isn’t long, my pretty!  It isn’t long!” Continue reading A Shooting Gallery and an Hour Glass – Part Two

A Shooting Gallery and an Hour Glass – Part One

RTB is pleased to present a considered piece of writing from a long-term observer and participant in the AIDS war, who has written an explorative, insightful essay in two parts for ReduceTheBurden.

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Toronto, 1978

I had a horrible nightmare when I was about 13 years old. I found myself in a large, darkly lit space, a room eerily filled with anxiety and dread. It had no windows and no doors, but for one: on a landing at the top of a single flight of about a dozen steps. There was something behind that door. Something powerful, something terrible.

I wasn’t sure…I walked up the stairs, shaking with fear, feeling horribly exposed and vulnerable. I had to open the door. I had to see what was there. I made my way to the top, and stood there, trembling, and reached for the door-knob. I would open that door. I would face whatever was waiting there…

Yet somehow after a huge effort, I just couldn’t do it. The uncertainty of what lay beyond that looming door was just too terrifying.

And then I awoke. Continue reading A Shooting Gallery and an Hour Glass – Part One

Updated: This Sunday on the Robert Scott Bell Show – 9/19/2010 – “SUBMIT, SUBMIT, SUBMIT!”

Tune in this Sunday!

Hour Two (2pm eastern time): “What Black Box Warning?” or Teach A Doctor How to Read – AIDS may be the death of the pharmaceutical industrial complex. Why? Because the lies are piled so high that when they are fully discovered, there is likely no recovery. From HIV tests to HIV, unverifiable medical fictions are layered upon observable disease states to ascribe superpower status to a retrovirus never actually caught in the act of doing anything at all (see House of Numbers).

What if you were in dire need of medical/surgical intervention and your doctor refused to help you? Not because of money, but because you refused to take the drugs that actually CAUSED the problem for which you now need surgery! What if your doctor did not even know that the drug for you has a Black Box Warning Label?

Could this happen to you? It happened to Karri Stokely. Liam Scheff and Dr. David Rasnick joins me with an update on the outrageous medical behavior threatening the lives of everyone who lives the non-drug life.

The Pharmaceutical Industrial Complex has such a stranglehold on the medical profession that many of their doctors do not even read medical journals, much less the drug inserts accompanying each FDA-approved medicament they prescribe. However, they do believe they deserve the freebies from Big Pharma.

Are you prepared for the day when you refuse drugs for yourself or your children and they threaten you with a diagnosis of dementia? In the era of HIV=AIDS, that day is already here. This hour, what you can do about it.

Update 9/24/2010

Read Karri Stokely in her own words on her ongoing fight to find a decent, non-mafia doctor to treat her medical problems:

SUBMIT! SUBMIT! SUBMIT!

Have you ever found yourself taking a long, horrific, and unexpected journey through the bowels of hell?

Has it ever even occurred to you that you may end up being forced into taking this little trip through the world of modern medicine?

Would you ever, in your wildest dreams, think that you would have to play a game, literally, with bargaining chips, to get a surgery that was rapidly becoming crucial to saving your life? Read the rest…