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Tina Van Der Maas – AIDS Hero

RTB: We are pleased to present Tine (Tina) van der Maas’ health regimen; it has helped hundreds of Africans suffering the blight of immune deficiency – AIDS – not caused by an invisible single particle, but by prolonged exposure to a toxic, nutrition-starved environment. The more the pharma-petrol cabal tries to diminish her accomplishments, the more they will shine.

Tine’s wellness programme

Tina van der Maas has been the driving force behind former South African health minister Dr. Manto Thshabalala Msimang’s lemon, olive, garlic, ginger and beetroot programme.
This has been belittled and vilified by a chorus of either totally uninformed or malicious members of the press and of course the paid sycophants of the petrochemical pharmaceutical cartell, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC).

Fact is: It works wonders.
I invite you to watch Tina’s documentary about her work with AIDS patients in rural Kwa Zulu Natal. This is really mindblowing and deeply touching.

Tina has achieved total recovery of more than 90% of those cases deemed terminal, meaning people who could not even feed a spoon to their mouth. In cases of “full blown AIDS” where people are just slightly sick and still walk about on their own 2 legs her recovery rate is 99%, fully documented in over 400 cases.
This is in stark contrast to the poor patients who for lack of unbiased information follow the Antiretroviral programme as advocated by the medical establishment.

18% of them are dead after 6 month
The thicket of lies is just so dense, it’s unbelievable.

Read my blogposts on Tina to get a better idea of who she is and what she stands for:

Since the programme flushes the body of toxins and restores health it has also shown great promise with cancer, diabetes and many other systemic diseases.

It is easy to follow and not expensive.
It is an ideal complementary programme to use with zapping and Tina uses our zappers now on all the people she advises and monitors. Cutting out the sugar and starch foods together with the extreme immune boost you get from following this programme, you get rid of your chronic candida

The following has been compiled by Tine v/d Maas herself for your perusal:



This basic Wellness Program can be used when suffering from any (chronic) disease as it detoxifies the body and restores the biochemistry of the body, so the body has the tools to repair itself. It can also be used to maintain health and well being.

Key to the Wellness Program is the lemon and olive oil mixture, which detoxifies the body, assists the liver to function properly, and helps to get the ph of the body back to normal in the shortest of time. People who are not well have usually an acid body, which means the ph of the urine is below 7. For optimal health a healthy person’s ph should be between 7.1 and 7.3. When you have cancer, your ph should be 7.5 or above, as than any cancer stops growing, which gives you time to get rid of the cancer. You can buy urine strips to test your urine yourself in SA at Dischem or any good pharmacy.

To make 1 portion of the lemon / olive oil mixture:

1. Soak the lemon for about 10 minutes in water with some vinegar added
2. Cut the lemon in pieces and put it in the blender
3. Add 1 tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive oil and 1 cup of water
4. Blend
5. If you do not have a blender, soak the lemon as above, grate the lemon and put it in a container, and add the water and the Extra Virgin Olive oil
6. So you are using the WHOLE lemon, the peel, the white, the flesh, the juice and the pips!

When you are sick, you drink 3 portions per day – which means 3 lemons, 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and 3 cups of water till you are completely symptom free. You can make for 5 days at a time – which means 15 lemons, 15 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and 15 cups of water. Keep the mixture in the fridge

Following are the other ingredients you need to take or what to avoid:

Garlic 3 Tablespoons per day: 1 in the morning, 1 in the afternoon, 1 in the evening
Ginger As above
Beetroot 2 large beets or 4 small beets
Brazil nuts Eat 2 per day at least, more if you are sick
Pumpkin seeds At least 1 tablespoon per day
Lemon / olive oil mixture 3 portions per day: 1 in the morning, 1 in the afternoon, 1 in the evening
Multivitamin In SA, a good one to use is the multivitamin from Bioharmony available at Dischem, Clicks and Health shops. In the rest of the world, Dr Mercola (USA), Jon Barron (USA), Patrick Holfordt (UK) and Solgar produce good supplements. Take twice the recommended dosage when very sick
Fruit and vegetables As much as you want, especially what is in season in your country
Eggs When ph is in the normal range, 1 soft boiled egg per day
Chicken or fish Only when your ph is in the normal range, or if you have cancer, when your ph is above 7.5
Exercise, fresh air and sunshine Do some fun exercise like dancing or brisk walking at least 4x per week. Keep your windows open, even at night when it is cold. Spend at least ½ hour per day in the sun. If living in a climate where the sun “disappears” during winter, take at 1 tablespoon of Codliver oil per day
Water 2 liters of water per day. For people with arthritis this is very important. As the acid leaves the joints, you don’t want this acid to form kidney stones
Tea Herbal teas like Green tea or Rooibos tea
Brown rice Only once ph is right



Beverages No “normal” tea, no coffee (instant or bean), no alcohol, no juices (even the “natural” ones or the no sugar added ones), no frizzy or gassy drinks, no diet drinks, no milk or yoghurt
Starches No sugar, no refined foods, no bread, no wheat products, no pasta, no flour, no potatoes, obviously no cakes etc., no diet products
Other food No red meat till you are healthy, and then eat occasionally “green” meat (from cattle raised organically). Stay away from all processed meats including sausages, and also meat from pork like bacon and ham
Artificial sweeteners Do not use any of these. They were designed to kill ants, so if you want to get rid of your ants in your garden or house, just sprinkle artificial sweetener powder and the ants will die
Fried Food Heating oil and frying food make the food and the oil toxic. Avoid especially when sick

This Basic Wellness Program works for most chronic diseases like Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Arthritis, AIDS, Asthma, Epilepsy, stomach ulcers etc. It also helps you to loose weight easily, or in the case of AIDS and some cancer patients to pick up the weight – whatever is needed.

Some diseases need extra things either to do or to take:


Diabetes If you really crave sugar, add Chromium (which is a supplement) for a month or so
Epilepsy Add 2 to 3 tablespoons of Hemp oil to your lemon / olive oil mixture every day
Arthritis Do not forget to drink your 2 liters of water per day
Asthma Take extra ginger when you feel short of breath. It works as an anti-inflammatory! Do the following breathing exercise a couple of times per day: Breath out, till all is out (bending even over). Breath in on the count of 8, hold your breath for the count of 8, and breath out again, bending over. Singing songs where you have to use up your air is also a good way to do this exercise

You NEVER stop your medication on your own – this is dangerous and stupid. Have yourself monitored every week by a doctor (or a registered nurse who is allowed to adjust your medication) for insulin, high blood pressure medication and cholesterol medication. You will need less medication as you stay on the program till all medication may be stopped. You can reduce medication like painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs yourself, but for example cortisone or steroids (often prescribed for arthritis and asthma are drugs you have to be weaned of, depending how long you have been on it. Although you will not need your asthma pump anymore, keep it with you till you know for sure you will not need it anymore. Don’t just throw it out when you have not used it for a week or two.

Once you are well, you can reduce everything to twice per day. Keep on monitoring your ph so it stays in the normal range, and than you can reduce everything to once per day. You will notice that when for example you have eaten many things you should normally avoid, like cakes, puddings and meat, your ph may drop and you may feel sluggish the next day. Just for one or two days take again 3 portions of everything, so you can get all the junk quickly out of your body. Do not see this as a diet but a lifestyle change. The saying “You are what you eat” is so true. You eat junk, you become diseased!

Many people develop shingles when they are sick. To get rid of the pain shingles (herpes) or chickenpox cause mix the following: 1 Tablespoon of Aquas cream, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and 1 Disprin or Asprin. If the area is big, mix more accordingly. Apply thickly on the affected area with cotton wool (never touch oozing blisters with your bare hands) and only put clothes back on when it has been absorbed. Wear cotton clothes as synthetic material can irritate the skin. Apply again 4 hours later, and again the next day. With chickenpox apply as needed for a couple of days. The pain is usually gone within a couple of hours. When you had shingles and the blisters have disappeared, but the pain is still there, the cream mixture will take a bit longer to work – usually about 24 hours. Avoid peanuts or peanut butter as they can trigger shingles. Go on the Wellness Program as above. The reason you got shingles is because your body is taking strain, just like you can get fever blisters when you have the flu or a cold. The Wellness program will bring your body back to balance.

When you have eaten something that makes you feel nauseas, or causes you to vomit or have diarrhea just take 2 tablespoons of activated charcoal every 2 hours till it has stopped. You can also grind some burned wood or plain charcoal into a powder and take that.

We advise on many other diseases like Lupus, cancers, autism, strokes, heart, emphysema, etc. The basic Wellness Program is than still used but with other things added. You can e-mail me to find out what to add. If there is a big demand for this information, we may also put this on the website.

You can watch our DVD we have made of patients recovering from various diseases over a period of time on

You can contact me at [email protected]

May the Spirit that is Love be with you and protect you


PCR Breakdown! Today on the Robert Scott Bell Show

Today on the Robert Scott Bell Show:

Investigative journalist Liam Scheff returns with the shocking truth about polio and the polio vaccine! Also, what is it that they don’t want you to know about Smallpox?

We’ll also dismantle the scientific myth that Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests can actually provide evidence of microbial causation in any disease, including HIV, Bird Flu, HPV and cervical cancer.

Did you know that the HPV vaccine is now linked to epilepsy?

How about the DPT vaccine link to permanent brain damage?

Robert shares with you some remedies for pulmonary/lung disorders that the FDA would rather you not know.

How is it that ABC can report better outcomes for patients who are being prescribed fewer drugs, while another story claims that babies and toddlers need to be drugged for depression?

Listen in by going here:

Diamonds, Opium and AIDS on the Air!

Join Liam Scheff and guests for this weekend’s radio-paloooza!

Listen live or download MP3 for later, on the Intel Hub.

Toll Free Call In Number: 1 (877) 598-8549 or 646-727-3387.

Sunday 7PM EST – Join Liam and special guest Dr. Nancy Turner Banks as Dr. Banks reveals the Opium and Diamond connections and underpinnings of the AIDS scam and scandal. Dr. Banks is author of “AIDS, Opium, Diamonds and Empire.

Monday 6-7PM EST – Journalist Terry Michael and activist Elizabeth Ely join Liam in telling stories about why liberals are so bloody stupid (when it comes to understanding the predatory and deceitful AIDS industry). Refreshments will be served! See you there… | HIV Testing Section at RTB

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

AIDS Eugenics in Uganda

PLUSNews Uganda: Julius Ochen, a resident of Amuria, told IRIN/PlusNews that he had stopped taking his HIV medication.When you take these drugs without eating, they make you weak and reduce your strength – you feel like vomiting,” he said.

“It’s true that TB drugs and ARVs are very strong; if taken without food, they make someone doze and feel weak, but we encourage our clients to take them,” said Beatrice Okware, branch manager for the AIDS Support Organization in Soroti district.

Poor nutrition weakens the body’s defences against the virus, hastens progress from HIV to AIDS, and makes it difficult to take ARVs, which can sometimes increase a patient’s appetite. Sufficient food can help reduce some side-effects of ARVs and promote adherence to drug regimens.

by Liam Scheff

Would you take a drug that made you vomit and have diarrhea if you were already starving to death?

If you are a believer in the AIDS religion, the answer is…

Well… You wouldn’t take the drug, but you’d make sure that the starving people in Uganda did.

No, no hyperbole, just old fashioned insanity, and a touch of eugenics.
Continue reading AIDS Eugenics in Uganda

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.”

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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

World AIDS Day Special – House of Numbers Video and Web Zine

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….

Leave a comment on YouTube.

Download the 25 page web ‘zine (2.8MB)

View sample pages below:


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Africa, Malthus and Eugenics

by Liam Scheff

A few thoughts on African loss of life (and eugenics), for those for whom history began before 1979.

We’re told that Africa has an AIDS problem. I used to think this was so. But after copious reading research and discussion, I am more than fairly convinced that Africa has a number of severe problems that have been collected together and name-branded ‘AIDS’.

Last year I spoke with an epidemioligist, a specialist in water-safety, just returned from Uganda. She showed me her pictures of the tin-shack shanty towns, thrown up on the muddy banks of garbage heaps and drainage ditches, children playing in the refuse. I asked, where’s the clean water? That, she said, was a problem. I asked, how do you tell dysentery, cholera, TB, malaria and sepsis, and all the rest of what occurs, from AIDS?

That, she said, was the problem.
Continue reading Africa, Malthus and Eugenics

AIDS is to be diagnosed with different symptoms in Africa

From Fear of the Invisible (2008)
Janine Roberts

It is common knowledge that AIDS in Africa is rampant, that it affects men and women alike, and is destroying the population and economic prospects of Sub-Saharan Africa. Everyone also thinks, as I have for most of my life, that AIDS in the West and Africa has the same diagnostic definition and symptoms; that they are clinically the same. This is only surely sensible – the same virus must cause the same illness?

But, when I investigated, I found the truth was utterly otherwise. AIDS is diagnosed entirely differently in Africa. Officially in Africa a person only has to have a few symptoms common to many diseases that ultimately are caused by great poverty, poor water supplies and lack of sanitation. Again there is no requirement to test positive for HIV for an AIDS diagnosis. This was strangely easy to discover. I only needed to go to the official WHO website and look it up. This tells me that our media has not been doing its homework when reporting AIDS in Africa. Continue reading AIDS is to be diagnosed with different symptoms in Africa

On World Water Day, A Call for Improved Sanitation


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Sanitation is the theme of this year’s World Water Day (March 20). UN development agencies are calling for greater public awareness and donor support for improving sanitation in the developing world – where, for example, more than two billion people lack access to toilets. From Washington, VOA’s William Eagle reports on the some of the sanitation needs cited in sub-Saharan Africa.


Safe water and sanitation are rare in much of Africa. UN sources say less than 40 percent of all Africans have access to acceptable facilities for the disposal of human waste. Instead, in some of Africa’s overcrowded cities, plastic bags of waste, called “flying toilets,” are thrown into ditches and open sewers. In rural areas, less than a third of the people have access to toilets or latrines that efficiently separate waste from drinking water. As a result, many people defecate in open fields.

The result can be deadly: UNICEF says diarrheal diseases, mostly caused by poor sanitation and hygiene, kill nearly two million people around the world every year, including 5,000 children a day. Many of those affected are African. Continue reading On World Water Day, A Call for Improved Sanitation

Nearly 40 percent of world’s population lacks access to a proper toilet


The Nation’s Health
May 2008

Sixty-two per cent of Africans do not have access to an improved sanitation facility — a proper toilet — which separates human waste from human contact, according to the World Health Organization/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation. A global report will be published later this year, however, preliminary data on the situation in Africa was released March 20 as part of World Water Day 2008. The event, built around the theme “Sanitation Matters,” seeks to draw attention to the plight of some 2.6 billion people around the world who live without access to a toilet at home and thus are vulnerable to a range of health risks.

“Sanitation is a cornerstone of public health,” said WHO Director-general Margaret Chan, MD, MPH. “Improved sanitation contributes enormously to human health and well-being, especially for girls and women. We know that simple, achievable interventions can reduce the risk of contracting diarrheal disease by a third.”
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Water diaries tell of life in Cambodia


20 Mar 2008 10:25:00 GMT
Written by: Becky Webb

– A man transports his floating house up river near Chong Khneas floating village in Cambodia. REUTERS/Tim Chong

Even now, during the dry season, water seems to penetrate all aspects of Cambodian culture. Thousands of Cambodians earn their living by rice farming, while many more live on floating villages – whole communities set adrift along the river.

Life for people here is ruled by water – too little rain and the rice production will fail, too much rain and the fishing industry will suffer as the rivers and lakes swell, making catching fish all the more difficult.
Continue reading Water diaries tell of life in Cambodia

World Water Day – UNICEF


6 in 10 Africans remain without access to proper toilet: poor sanitation threatens public health

GENEVA, 20 March 2008 – Sixty-two percent of Africans do not have access to an improved sanitation facility — a proper toilet — which separates human waste from human contact, according to the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation. A global report will be released later this year, however, preliminary data on the situation in Africa was released today as part of World Water Day 2008. The Day, built around the theme that “Sanitation Matters,” seeks to draw attention to the plight of some 2.6 billion people around the world who live without access to even a toilet at home and thus are vulnerable to a range of health risks.
Continue reading World Water Day – UNICEF