by Liam Scheff
Happy World AIDS Day. Time to rethink the whole thing…
Let’s watch and listen to an uncensored interview with Nobel Laureate Dr. Luc Montagnier, “co-discoverer of HIV,” with Brent Leung, director of the new film, “House of Numbers,” now making festival rounds, on its way to theaters, and shaking up a rotten industry worldwide.
Watch the clip, read the transcript, download the web ‘zine, save the images below, and pass ’em around. Trade with your friends. Repost and forward. Send them to Anthony Fauci, maestro of disaster and pandemic anxiety at the NIH.
Send it to your biology teacher. Send it to your activist friends. Send it to your Mom and Pop, brothers and sisters, cousins, friends and relations.
Most of all, talk about it: Has the AIDS industry been honest with the American public? With African citizens? With the world press? Is it an honest industry? Is it transparent? Is it open? Has it been telling anything resembling the truth to a trusting public for these past 25 years…
Or has it all been a pack of lies? (Well intentioned, fear-driven, or otherwise?)
Or does reality live somewhere in the middle?
Let’s dive in, and find out what the Nobel winner has to say….
Download the 25 page web ‘zine (2.8MB)
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Happy World AIDS Day. Let’s try to make this a more honest and humane diagnosis for the millions of people we give it to worldwide.