There is a new website online for those questioning the mainstream AIDS hypothesis, and I’m impressed. reducetheburden.org is a veritable warehouse of research documentation from dozens, perhaps hundreds of sources ranging from Natural News to the AP, challenging the status quo about AIDS and making it a bookmark site for anyone confronting a chronic disease. […more]
I confess. Lock me up, torture me and ship me off to some lawless land so you can shove embers under my fingernails and then stone me until I’m dead. I deserve that and worse. Maybe my corpse should be dragged across a stony field for good measure, the remains left for scavengers and vermin. […more]
Throughout the procedure I watched the rainbow flags flutter on Market Street. That’s what flags do in the Castro–the heart of San Francisco’s gay community–they flutter. Especially rainbow flags. Rainbow flags flutter on San Francisco’s Market Street (photo: QueerBeacon.com) It hurt more than I expected. The dental drill-like vibration against my shin bone radiated throughout […more]
WordPress provides bloggers with a tool that reports the search terms that result in a link to this blog. Needless to say, as a relatively new blogger I don’t get much traffic here. About once a week or so, however, I notice someone is finding this site by searching for something like “survive AIDS”. Yesterday […more]
(Note: This was originally written as my first blog post on OpenSalon (account no longer active) February 6, 2009, where it was selected as an Editor’s Pick and People’s Pick.) I have only a few fond memories of growing up in Colby, Kansas in the 1960s. Actually, I was raised on a wheat farm about […more]
After writing yesterday’s post, I came across this article in the New York Review of Books, written by Marcia Angell, former editor of no less than the New England Journal of Medicine, currently Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. In this must read, entitled “Drug Companies & Doctors: A […more]
There may be some points of disagreement among us dissidents, and that’s fine. One thing I think most of us would agree on is that the current guidelines for treatment of There may be some points of disagreement among us dissidents, and that’s fine. One thing I think most of us would agree on is points
“HIV-disease” (or “AIDS” or “HIV-positive” or “HIV/AIDS”, or whatever they start calling it next month) is toxic, harmful and dangerously unsustainable in the long run. ARVs (Anti-Retrovirals) are even starting to be used illicitly for their “hallucinogenic and relaxing effect” in some quarters of the world.
Likewise, the AIDS mainstream is certainly less than monolithic in their views. There is a lack of agreement among them about how HIV causes immune suppression, or even how HIV came into existence for that matter. One thing they all do seem to agree on is how essential it is that every Poz person take drugs to extend their life. Virtually every website devoted to “HIV/AIDS” (The Body, AIDSMeds, AEGiS, to name just a few) is replete with articles, messages and advertising promoting “compliance”, as well as tips, blogs and discussion groups to address the inevitable “side effects”, which should more accurately be referred to as “direct effects”.
I once belonged to that AIDS mainstream
change.org has not eliminated the risk of voter fraud in its Ideas for Change in America campaign that I first wrote about a few days ago: “I committed voter fraud @ change.org”. This morning I was able to log in using the same disposable email accounts I used to test their system with New Year’s […more]
Ballot stuffing + Censorship – Integrity = Bogus election
Today is the start of Round 2 in change.org’s Ideas for Change in America project. It should be known the Ideas finalists did not result from grass-roots driven democracy. Rather, the process has been tainted by unfair tactics and strategies by participants and organizers alike.
Despite recent disclaimers that they are a “private” venture, many of us who participated in the Idea project were led to perceive the site was
Welcome to my blog. I have had a blog for more than a year, but never posted after the first entry. Maybe it was due to poor health and lack of energy and motivation, but I was also trying to be super-geeky and host it at my own domain. Hopefully, hosting here at WordPress will simplify the process so I can focus on writing, rather than FTPing and troubleshooting upgrades.
I will soon be posting a critique of the recent Ideas for change in America project at change.org, but didn’t want that to be my very first post here.