Investigative reporter Liam Scheff reminds America of the pharmaceutical industry’s dire predictions about HIV and AIDS that never happened.
1. We’re All At Risk:
In 1987, the fear-and-death hyperbole machine that is the engine of ‘public health’ pandemania was in such ferocious motion, that Oprah Winfrey issued this warning:
“Research studies now project that one in five – listen to me, hard to believe – one in five heterosexuals could be dead from AIDS at the end of the next three years. That’s by 1990. One in five.”
Although Americans have grown larger, not thinner, Oprah has never apologized for her wild-eyed hyperbole. But the mainstream has, issuing warnings in the press that “the threat of a global heterosexual pandemic has disappeared,” and that worldwide AIDS numbers are over-inflated, needing to be halved or more, because the AIDS public relations machine has created a “House of Numbers.”
2. AIDS is an Incurable Disease:
AIDS is, in fact, what it always was – a variety of different illnesses manifesting very differently in different people and populations. It’s been no ‘one size fits all’ diagnosis. It has proven best-treatable by a multilateral approach – a combination of nutritional, pharmaceutical, and lifestyle interventions which have done best to leave the harder, sanctified “AIDS Drugs” behind. Notably, those who jumped on the FDA-approved bandwagon, with high-dose AZT, or those who “hit early and hit hard” with drug “cocktails,” died fastest, and died horribly, poisoned by the pharmaceutical establishment.