HIV/AIDS Skepticism

Pointing to evidence that HIV is not the necessary and sufficient cause of AIDS

The Unending Human Tragedy—and Scientific Scandal— of HIV/AIDS

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2019/03/08

The need to check facts carefully has become something of a shibboleth with respect to present-day political discourse in the United States. Only voices crying in the wilderness, however, have pointed to the need for fact-checking what society gleans from the scientific community — see my Science Is Not What You Think: How It Has Changed, Why We Can’t Trust It, How It Can Be Fixed (McFarland, 2017).

the title of this blog is also the title my review of How to Survive a Plague: The Inside Story of How Citizens and Science Tamed AIDS by David France, A 2012 film and 2016 book, both of which received enthusiastic plaudits from the mainstream media and which repeat and thereby entrench the mistakes of HIV AIDS theory and practice.
The opening and closing paragraphs of my review reflect the fact that the journal in which it is published specializes in anomalistics — such topics as Loch Ness Monsters, Bigfoot, UFOs, psychic phenomenon — that are ignored and denigrated by the mainstream scientific community

6 Responses to “The Unending Human Tragedy—and Scientific Scandal— of HIV/AIDS”

  1. Perhaps off topic to this post, but when I heard that a lab in Wuhan, China ‘fused’ a corona virus with HIV, I had to chuckle to myself. It’s amazing what people will come up with about HIV when they and everyone else has it 100% wrong.

  2. Can anyone help this mother?
    “Hello, I am the mother of a 3 year old boy (born 19/06/2017) who lives in France. It all started on July 30, 2019 and he started to have pimples on his neck and right shoulder. During the night he had a fever (40?); then we took him back to the paediatric emergency room who diagnosed “shingles”; after that, the fever did not go down; we were transferred to another hospital; they did various tests and told me that my son is HIV positive. After that, they also tested me and his 5-year-old older brother; the result was negative for us. He stayed in hospital for two months, received a blood transfusion and his blood tests showed a low level of platelets and red blood cells. So the doctors asked me to give them my consent to start antiretroviral treatments which are (Retrovir 12ml Epivir 5mL and Kaletra 1.6ml). Living alone with my children, I could not understand how my youngest son could have contracted this disease since, according to their explanation, there are not many ways of contamination. So I don’t quite agree with the treatment. In view of the current health crisis, I decided to take the time to research this disease and gather patient testimonies and antiretroviral drugs. I have watched the documentary “House of numbers” since I made the decision to stop HIV treatment without the advice of the doctor who was following him in PARIS. Today, I received a visit from the police (juvenile brigade) at my home because the doctor who was following my son told me to denounce the child protection court because I don’t go to appointments anymore. I am afraid that he will take my son away from me. How can I cope with this? Please help me.

    • Would it be easy to change doctors? I don’t know how the law works even in my own country regarding these things, as I don’t have kids.

      Another method would be to just keep filling prescriptions but not giving the child the medicines. I don’t know if it’s too late for that, though.

      One thing the woman should not do is to go on a tirade, because she may sound like a nutjob in front of a court or the police. Perhaps she should say nothing at all and let her lawyer speak, if she has one.

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