Thursday, September 02, 2010

Losing the war on AIDS or losing foolish donors?

Africa: Still Losing the War on AIDS
By Tomorrow’s World News Bureau
From Cape of Good Hope to southern edge of the Sahara, AIDS is gaining by leaps and bounds. Unaids, the United Nations agency charged with fighting the epidemic, reports that for every 100 people being treated, 250 are newly infected. Why is this deadly disease intensifying its spread, and what if anything can be done to stop it?


It appears Tomorrow's World News Bureau has become another victim of the AIDS scam, assuming HIV causes AIDS when there is no concrete medical proof (as I've reminded my infectious disease doctor). Perhaps donor nations (and individuals) are down because they're suffering Africa fatigue. When isn't the Dark Continent constantly suffering from war or starvation? Many now realize that much of the money and concern has been dumped into a Black Hole (the coffers of the leaders of those nations who are supposedly being helped, the corrupt UN and the AIDS industry - the pharmaceutical companies) and basically benefits those promoting Africa's latest "crisis" and wonder why we should care more about Africa than they do, especially when we have plenty of our own people who could use our help and have it accounted for responsibly.

Here are a few resources to consider and come to a more balanced view:

How AIDS in Africa Was Overstated
Reliance on Data From Urban Prenatal Clinics Skewed Early Projections

The AIDS Scam
By Cliff Kincaid | August 23, 2006
Some of the money raised to fight AIDS has been spent on big salaries.

Dr. Peter Duesberg - Author of Inventing the AIDS Virus, this is Dr. Peter Duesberg's HIV/AIDS research website. 

Duesberg's Pharmacology & Therapeutics monograph - This is Dr. Peter's Duesberg's definitive paper on AIDS and HIV, with links to each reference. 

Rethinking AIDS - This is the official website of the Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV-AIDS Hypothesis. It contains archives of their past newsletters, a large original document library, detailed information about the Group, who belongs to it, and how to join.