Category Archives: Asia

Urgent Breaking News – Regimen for Radiation

by Jonathan Campbell

The Japanese nuclear emergency has taken a turn for the worse. There are now at least five nuclear reactors that are in jeopardy, and three of them are assumed to have had partial meltdowns as a result of loss of coolant as a result of earthquake damage to the main pumping systems. They are pumping seawater into the affected plants to attempt to keep the rods cool enough to avoid a full meltdown.

There is already an increased amount of radioactive material in the environment. If there is a full meltdown – a steam explosion carrying nuclear waste out of the reactors – some of it will be taken by the jet stream over the Pacific and will contaminate the environment in Hawaii and the US, Canada, and Mexico.

There has already been a fire at one of the nuclear reactors that has released raw vaporized waste material into the environment. It will take about 5 days for the pollution to reach California (2 days to Hawaii). The primary pollutants from nuclear waste are radioactive cesium, strontium, iodine, and plutonium. For these, the following should be done:

1. To prevent absorption of environmental iodine, stock up and take kelp or potassium iodide tablets, or eat some seaweed each day. The RDA of iodine is 150 mcg (micrograms) per day. If you decide not to eat seaweed for extra iodine, take double that amount, about 300 mcg, in kelp or iodine tablets or capsules each day, in divided doses (one AM, one PM).

2. To prevent absorption of environmental strontium and cesium, eat some seaweed each day and take calcium supplements. The RDA of calcium is 1000-1500 mg per day. Take this amount in supplementation each day, in divided doses.

3. To prevent absorption of plutonium and other radioactive heavy metals, use a heavy metal chelator (such as MSM) and an absorbent (such as chlorella). Buy powdered MSM, marked “Opti-MSM” (because other products taste terrible), and take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of it (about 2000-4000 mg) mixed with spring or distilled water at each meal. Buy chlorella in tablets, capsules, or powder, and take 3000 mg about 20 minutes before each meal.

I am assuming that everyone is using the natural health regimen at If not, please do so.

AIDS Industry Scores a Win: Fear, Shame and Guilt Taint Once Happy Practices of Chinese Prostitution

by Liam Scheff

From China, home of the current push in the ‘scare people to death with the AIDS diagnosis‘ racket:

Many of them who have symptoms live in a self-imposed exile, avoiding family members and public places because they are afraid of spreading the disease.

“I joined the chat room because I was sure I had been infected with this virus,” one patient said. He said he started to feel ill several months ago after a visit to a prostitute where he said he took precautions to avoid catching HIV.

“Twenty-four hours later I had a strong desire to vomit. I had headaches, I was dizzy, I could feel my internal organs were swelling up. I was in intense pain. This lasted months.”

Clearly the man had…you know… “it.” Right? I mean, aren’t those the symptoms? Immediate thoughts of death and intense pain after sex?

(No…not really. There are no specific symptoms). Anyway, turns out he tested negative. Continue reading AIDS Industry Scores a Win: Fear, Shame and Guilt Taint Once Happy Practices of Chinese Prostitution

AIDS is (once again) Over – “Virus Burning Itself Out” Say Officials

by Liam Scheff

It was just last year that the “heterosexual epidemic” was over. And now, suddenly, yes… here it is again. In fact, it was over in 1996. So the experts now say.

HIV burning itself out - AP

Yes, it’s not the science was always bogus, pliable beyond reason, infected with a filthy rottenness that made Enron look like a bunch of honest fellas…

No, it’s that.. well, read for yourself (from the Associated Press):

“Whether previous U.N. initiatives are responsible for the epidemic’s downturn is uncertain. Some experts said the drop in HIV may simply be a result of the virus burning itself out, rather than the result of any health interventions.”

Continue reading AIDS is (once again) Over – “Virus Burning Itself Out” Say Officials

China: Free AIDS Drugs Trigger Strong Side Effects

“The taste of the medicine is quite bad. Before taking it I still could do farming work. But after I took the medicine I became so uncomfortable that I could not do anything,” an unnamed villager said.

Doctors at the grassroots level give free medicine to every person with the HIV virus without strictly considering whether it is proper for him or her to take medicines.

No efficient mechanism is available to monitor whether the drugs have been taken or not, and follow-up treatment is not available to help patients overcome the painful side effects, Gui said.

Villagers in Wenlou Village, in Henan Province, queue up to get free medicine. [newsphoto]

Continue reading China: Free AIDS Drugs Trigger Strong Side Effects

China – HIV Positive Man Turns Negative, But More Tests On the Way

RTB: This report demonstrates what a fluid, polyreactive and non-standardized test means in practice: No result is necessarily permanent. “Free AIDS tests pledged in China,” the report immediately following, lets us know that the push is on to get more poor, rural Chinese onto the AIDS test and drug regimen. What is AIDS in rural China, a land of immense poverty, lack of sanitation and clean water, and heavy, dangerous industry like mining and coal production? No definition is offered. But the projections of millions infected, based on non-standardized testing has been used in Africa for a decade or more; the redactions of those projections have followed suit.

Jilin HIV carrier claims tests show disappearance of virus

If the negative test results are verified, Mr Wen would be the first person in China to become free of HIV after contracting it. -Reuters


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BEIJING A CHINESE farmer has been given the all clear from HIV six years after testing HIV-positive, Xinhua news agency said on Monday. Continue reading China – HIV Positive Man Turns Negative, But More Tests On the Way