Monday, February 21, 2011
Scientists Censored For Challenging HIV/AIDS Hypothesis
In this clip we hear from doctors and scientists who challenged the HIV/AIDS hypothesis and were censored, lost their grants and were otherwise ostracized. These men and women have sacrificed their careers for something they believe in based on the research they have done. They have been fighting to save the lives of millions of people around the world who are being misled by the HIV/AIDS establishment. This is also true of the Black media. Most of the major Black newspapers, magazines, radio shows and television talk shows will not touch this topic. In doing this, they are not allowing the African American Community the opportunity to hear both sides of the debate which is an extreme disservice to the community they serve. What happened to scientific objectivity? We are taught in school that scientists are only concerned with the facts and pursuing the truth of a matter. What they don’t teach in school is that objective science is swept under the rug when big money is involved such as is the case with the HIV/AIDS establishment which rakes in billions each year.
Two of the strongest arguments in favor of HIV/AIDS Re-Thinkers are the fact that they are censored and that those who claim to believe in HIV, consistently refuse to engage in a public debate on the subject. If their arguments are so sound, what are they afraid of? When I organized the first Harlem AIDS Forum, we could not get one doctor or scientist to get on the stage and defend the HIV/AIDS hypothesis against those fully qualified to challenge them. In the most recent Harlem AIDS Forum 2, I tried to get doctors and scientists and activists who support the HIV/AIDS position, to share their views on stage with those who challenged such ideas. Only two were willing to take the stage. It is probably the first time that such an exchange ever took place in the Black Community. The audience was very pleased to finally hear both sides on the same stage. Unfortunately, it may be years or longer, before a similar exchange ever takes place again.
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