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It’s National HIV Testing Scam Day!

Don’t forget to get yourself tested on National HIV Testing Day, kids! Hah, what a scam. I found the below in the comments section of an article on some Lybian doctors and nurses who were facing execution for supposedly infecting their charges with HIV (accidentally). I am a huge fan Dr Maniotis. He’s brilliant and he knows what he’s talking about- pay attention to what he says before you go in for one of these tests!

Dr. Andrew Maniotis Says:
December 19th, 2006 at 4:16 pm
A brief History of AIDS
This year, in 2006, it has been 22 years since HIV, “a variant of a known human cancer virus,” was announced by media press release as being the probable cause of AIDS by Dr. Robert Gallo and Health and Human Services Secretary Margaret Heckler.
Thus it has been about 22 years since Dr. Gallo rushed that same day to patent the first “HIV” test kit, and was subsequently convicted of scientific misconduct by the Dingell Commission and the Office of Scientific Integrity of the NIH for attempting to steal Luc Montagnier’s so-called “HIV-virus isolate [1].”
It has also been about 22 years since chimp colonies were injected with “isolates” of “HIV” obtained from AIDS patients, but have yet to become ill, as they sit in their 27 million dollar retirement homes [2].
At the beginning of HIV testing, it was known that “68% to 89% of all repeatedly reactive ELISA (HIV antibody) tests represent false positive results among sperm donors [3], and 14 years ago, it was reported that “HIV-sequences” exist in normal in human, chimpanzee, and rhesus monkey DNAs” [4].
That same year, it was reported that the hepatitis B vaccine causes false positive “HIV” test results [5].
It has been about 14 years since The Veterans Affairs Cooperative Study Group reported that “AZT disproportionately harmed Blacks and Hispanics, and provided no benefit to the quelling of advancing immune suppression in Caucasians” [6].
It has also been about 14 years since it was known that half of infants that test “HIV” positive at birth serorevert (reverse) their “HIV-positive status within 18 months [7].
It has been about 12 years since the announcement of the Concorde study reported:
“The results of Concorde do not encourage the early use of zidovudine in symptom-free HIV-infected adults. They also call into question the uncritical use of CD4 cell counts as a surrogate endpoint for assessment of benefit from long-term antiretroviral therapy” [8].
It has been 11 years since it was reported that flu vaccines cause false positive “HIV” test results [9].
About 10 years ago, it was confirmed again that about 67% of infants that test “HIV” positive at birth serorevert (reverse) their “HIV-positive status by 18 months [10].
It has been about 9 years since it was reported that “no seroconversions” were observed among 175 HIV-discordant couples (where one partner tests positive, one negative), for a total of approximately 282 couple-years of follow up in a 10- year study [11].
It has been about 7 years since it was published in The Journal, AIDS, that children born to ZDV-treated mothers “are more likely to have a rapid course of HIV-1 infection compared with children born to untreated mothers, as disease progression and immunological deterioration are significantly more rapid and the risk of death is actually increased during the first 3 years of life” [12].
It has also been about 7 years since it was known that goats and cows test “HIV-positive” [13]. It has been about 4 years since the announcement in The Journal of Virology regarding the severe toxicity of saquinovir and other protease inhibitors [14], and about 2 years since the announcement in the New England Journal of Medicine that vitamin supplements can ward off progression to AIDS in the absence of HAART (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy) [15].
It has been about 2 years since the announcement of the failure of AIDSVAX, the 120 million dollar effort to vaccinate against “HIV” [16], and 2 years since the Red Cross reported that even after repeated testing using different test kits, low-risk populations, such as blood donors (or military recruits) will typically yield 12 (PCR) positive or 2 (ELISA) positive results out of 37,000,000 samples, leaving potentially 10 out of 12 false positives, depending on which test kit you believe [17].
It has more than a year since the announcement that the government’s chief of AIDS research, Dr. Edmond Tremont, rewrote a safety report on a U.S.-funded drug study to change its conclusions and delete negative information, and later, ordered the research resumed over the objections of his staff, so that George W. Bush’s pharmaceutical friend\’s $500 million dollar plan to distribute nevirapine to African women would proceed, even though the drug’s approval was withdrawn in the U.S. because of excessive toxicity [18]. It only has been a year or so since the Institute of Medicine covered up and trivialized Tremont’s criminal behavior, according to Johnathan Fishbein, who blew the whistle, and was subsequently fired from his position as safety officer for the Nevaripine trials that Tremont, his boss, fudged [19].
This summer at the Toronto International AIDS conference, Barre-Sinoussi (one of Luc Montagnier’s original group from whom Dr. Gallo hijacked LAV, later to be called “HIV”) “came out of the closet”, and said:
“It is not clear if therapeutic vaccines might be useful, since 15 trials to date have not demonstrated definitive evidence of improved outcomes.”
This month it was announced that “viral load is only able to predict progression to disease in 4% to 6% of HIV-positives studied, challenging much of the basis for current AIDS science and treatment policy” [20, 21].
But the most amazing thing I have witnessed since I began following AIDS in the early 1980′s, was a documentary I saw the other night [22] in which CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour is filmed walking through villages in Kenya, remarking about the fact that the impoverished orphaned children don’t have enough watered down gruel to drink down the deadly toxic drug nevirapine, and the failed anti-cancer drug AZT.
In the documentary, Amanpour also provides the viewer with an interview with Stephen Lewis about his perspectives as the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, a post he has held since June 2001 as a Commissioner for the World Health Organization’s Commission on the Social Determinants of Health, as Senior Advisor to the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University in New York, Director of the Stephen Lewis Foundation, and recipient of many awards and 22 honorary degrees including a Companion of the Order of Canada, Maclean’s Magazine 2003 “Canadian of the Year,” and in Time Magazine’s April 2005 100 most influential people in the world.
After looking into Lewis’s impressive credentials, I noticed that in a speech Lewis gave at the closing session of the XVI International AIDS conference in Toronto this summer, he presented a list of issues regarding AIDS in the world and especially in Africa. In his speech, Lewis spent one of the sessions vilifying The South African Minister of Health for advocating foods that are important for nutrition and health.
The sixth most important issue, according to Lewis, was:
” Number 6: It is now accepted as unassailable truth that people in treatment need nutritious food supplements to maintain and tolerate their treatment. And yet, there is a growing clamour from People Living with AIDS that decent nutrition simply isn’t available, leaving them in a desperate predicament. The World Food Programme released a study at this conference calculating the cost of food supplementation at 66 cents a day for an entire family; what madness is it that denies the World Food Programme the necessary money?”
In other words, “the growing clamour” from people living with AIDS, as Mr. Lewis described with such touching humanity, is another way of saying “we are hungry- we are starving for food and water.” Those people can’t possibly be receiving the amount of protein, in either vegetable or animal form, to sustain immunity. Both in Amanpour’s documentary, and in Lewis’s lofty speech before the International AIDS conference where he lists food as number 6 in importance (following of course more important things like circumcision and microbicides to smear on African people\’s genitals), I was struck with the intractable paradox of how the AIDS establishment now proposes to dose all these children with highly toxic immune suppressive drugs such as nevirapine and AZT, when they don’t have enough food and water to wash down the pills. The cart is before the horse here, if you see what I mean.
When considering assays in human patients which diagnose “AIDS” by quantifying the number of lymphocytes/ml, patients are not considered to have an AIDS-defining illness if thy have suffered from chronic starvation, as these individuals are known to possess a helper T-cell ratio in the AIDS-defining range or even lower (