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NSA documents recently leaked by Edward Snowden reveal the tactics used by US and British spies to destroy the reputations of their enemies. These same tactics are used by American activists tied to academia, drug companies and government agencies to (more…)

    30 Apr (BERUIT)Since 1981, doctors have associated HIV and AIDS with a common fungus called pneumocystis carinii (PCP).  When Eliza Jane Scoville died from an allergic reaction to Amoxicillin (anaphylactic shock), a deputy coroner alleged that the PCP found in her tissue proved that she (more…)


    Last week, the journal Nature posted a story by Zoë Corbyn about the publication of this report by cancer researcher Peter Duesberg Ph.D., which refutes the HIV-AIDS link.  But when gay political activists complained, assistant news editor Brian Owens changed the title and link.  And when readers like Christian Fiala MDProf. Charles Geshekter Ph.D. and (more…)


    AHRP – “From the start, the [Tri-University Schizophrenia Practice Guidelines] project subverted scientific integrity, appearing to be a purely scientific venture when it was at its core, a marketing venture for Risperdal.” (more…)


    3 FebThere’s a sucker born every minute.  Although this remark is widely attributed to the showman PT Barnum, RJ Brown reports that it was actually said by a banker named David Hannum, who sued Barnum in 1869 for promoting a fake exhibit.  When Hannum (more…)


    2 Dec | ProPublica – This isn’t news but according to newly released documents from GlaxoSmithKline, the pharmaceutical company often paid ghostwriters to pen medical studies, editorials and even a textbook that listed physicians as the authors. (more…)


    2 Dec – There’s more than one way to approach this task, so popular folklore would have it. The experience of three decades teaches that a direct assault within the mainstream-controlled venues does not bring attention to the evidence. Moreover, the most important audience (more…)


    Recently, investigative journalist John Lauritsen posted this report regarding the so-called AIDS controversy.  in response, Andrew John posted this analysis of the dispute. (more…)


    Profits of the “AIDS industry” run into many billions of dollars every year. When AIDS dissidents speak up, they are ridiculed with often ad hominem arguments. Here, the AIDS dissident John Lauritsen looks at one piece of ridicule in particular, and questions why he was not allowed to write a reasoned reply in a British humanist publication. (more…)


    It began in 2009 with Eneydi Torres.  Accused of exposing several men to HIV, Florida prosecutors threatened Torres with decades in prison unless she accepted their plea deal.  But when asked to prove the reliability of HIV testing, prosecutors abruptly reduced their offer of 15 years in state prison to five days of unsupervised probation. (more…)


    Although the year is young, it has already brought my first moral dilemma. In early January a friend mentioned that his New Year’s resolution was to beat his chronic depression once and for all. Over the years he had tried a medicine chest’s worth of antidepressants, but none had really helped in any enduring way, and when the side effects became so (more…)


    2 Dec – There’s more than one way to approach this task, so popular folklore would have it. The experience of three decades teaches that a direct assault within the mainstream-controlled venues does not bring attention to the evidence. Moreover, the most important audience (more…)


    Recently, investigative journalist John Lauritsen posted this report regarding the so-called AIDS controversy.  in response, Andrew John posted this analysis of the dispute. (more…)


    Profits of the “AIDS industry” run into many billions of dollars every year. When AIDS dissidents speak up, they are ridiculed with often ad hominem arguments. Here, the AIDS dissident John Lauritsen looks at one piece of ridicule in particular, and questions why he was not allowed to write a reasoned reply in a British humanist publication. (more…)


    It began in 2009 with Eneydi Torres.  Accused of exposing several men to HIV, Florida prosecutors threatened Torres with decades in prison unless she accepted their plea deal.  But when asked to prove the reliability of HIV testing, prosecutors abruptly reduced their offer of 15 years in state prison to five days of unsupervised probation. (more…)


    Although the year is young, it has already brought my first moral dilemma. In early January a friend mentioned that his New Year’s resolution was to beat his chronic depression once and for all. Over the years he had tried a medicine chest’s worth of antidepressants, but none had really helped in any enduring way, and when the side effects became so (more…)


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