HIV/AIDS Skepticism

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

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Countering the conventional wisdom

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2017/05/09

Individuals who have looked at primary evidence about HIV and AIDS have invariably concluded that HIV is not the cause of AIDS. That evidence is quite clear in the primary research literature, see for example the >900 citations in THE CASE AGAINST HIV.

Honest journalists recognize what the facts are, and some of them have written excellent books about the matter. One such book is Positively False by Joan Shenton, who has also filmed and archived a number of informative documentaries.

In the face of the facts, the official position of authoritative institutions remains that HIV causes AIDS, and the mass media help to enshrine this as the conventional wisdom. One consequence is that many individuals and many organizations who have no acquaintance with the primary evidence try to suppress those like Shenton who persist in drawing attention to the damage that HIV=AIDS dogma brings to countless people via the highly toxic, indeed quite deadly “antiretroviral” drugs.

Shenton’s latest  documentary, Positive Hell, “is a 30-minute documentary that tells the stories of five Spanish people, living in northern Spain, who tested positive for HIV in the late 80s who, defying the overwhelming medical consensus, chose not to take medication …”.  Widely praised and nominated for awards, some announced screenings were canceled because of pressure from “AIDS charities” and ignorant individuals. An outline of these acts of censorship has now been posted by the Index on Censorship.  Well worth reading.

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