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Truth in Russia(n)

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2010/02/22

In the former Soviet Union, the chief official newspaper was called Правда (Pravda), a word that means “truth”. In those years, this had a certain ironic connotation for non-Soviet observers as well as for dissidents and perhaps the general public within the Soviet Union, because the newspaper’s contents were much more to be disbelieved than believed. In today’s Russia, however, the website PRAVDA seems to be ahead of most of the rest of the world’s news media in revealing actual truth:

AIDS: The Greatest Deadly Lie in the History of Medicine
. . . Where is deserted Africa allegedly doomed for total extinction from AIDS? Gor Shirdel, M.D. of Irish descent who is currently practicing in Kiev, has cured two patients from AIDS.
‘I don’t believe that AIDS is incurable. Weak immune system is an issue that has been around for at least 200 years. It can be solved. Viruses found in the blood of those with AIDS is not the cause of the disease, it’s a consequence of immunodeficiency.   The world thinks AIDS is incurable because two doctors, an American Robert Gallo and a Frenchman Luke Montanye [sic], managed to convince the world in the early 1980s that AIDS is caused by “human immune deficiency virus” (HIV). Montanye even received a Nobel Prize for his “discovery.” Yet, they cannot find this virus in the human body. AIDS patients are diagnosed through the tests that register antibodies in blood, not HIV. These antibodies are developed in blood serum when any virus or bacteria enters the body. The same happens in case of flu, or any other illness or a shot, etc. When antibodies are found in the blood serum, it does not mean that there is a virus in the blood. Positive HIV tests shock patients because proponents of infectious AIDS convinced everyone that an HIV-positive patient will sooner or later die, and that this disease is incurable. . . . [T]here are over six thousand outstanding doctors and scientists in the world who voice their arguments against the opinion that AIDS is incurable. . . . Statistics is stronger than lies. If the published numbers were true, Africa should have become barren by now. Yet, its population exceeds one billion people. The population of South African Republic that has the most cases of AIDS in the world should have declined, but it grew 1.7 times within the period from 1986 to 1999. . . . Not a single person died from AIDS itself. Drug addicts die from drugs that ruin their immune systems.’”

That HIV/AIDS is a scam is underscored by this nicely subtle illustration:

Again unlike most of the rest of the world’s news media, PRAVDA allows its readers to know that there are two sides to the issue:

“Different opinion
Vladimir Nikolaenko, M.D., thinks that doctors all over the world cannot be fooled into treating a made-up disease. ‘Blood tests are used for AIDS diagnostics. If there is no disease, then what affects the results? Also, patients who take anti-viral medications get stabilized. It would not happen if there were no disease. . . . As long as the existence of AIDS has not been denied 100%, doctors must treat their patients and provide them with modern medications to sustain their lives.’”

Nikolaenko exemplifies the situation of practicing physicians, who really have no choice but to act according to official mainstream dogma. Doctors have neither reason nor time to delve into the primary and secondary technical literature to find out whether what they are being told is reliable. There is no reason why Nikolaenko should ever have read the review of testing that states unequivocally that there is no such thing as a gold standard, and therefore no reliable “AIDS” test — Weiss & Cowan, “Laboratory detection of human retroviral infection”, Chapter 8 in Wormser, AIDS and Other Manifestations of HIV Infection, which had gone through 4 editions by 2004.

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