Gay Activism

    Thirty years ago this spring, actor Rock Hudson tested “positive” on the new “HIV test.”  A year and a half later, he was dead of so-called “AIDS” after sensational media reports set off a sexual panic.  We look at the more likely causes of death – and why those causes matter. (more…)


    1 Dec – It’s World AIDS Day, which means that its time for the faithful congregation of the pharmaceutically-fundamentalist AIDS Church to celebrate the suffering and death of those who follow this pagan religion.  Despite being routinely debunked in courtrooms and documentaries like House of Numbers (2009), today’s faithful celebrate the sacramental baptism of HIV tests and the eucharist of psychotropic cocktails (more…)


    In 1994, LGBT activist Hank Wilson (1947-2008) collaborated with HIV researchers in this report, which examined the possible connections between HIV, AIDS and the heavy use of amyl nitrate inhalents (i.e. poppers) among promiscuous gay men and (more…)


    21 Jan – In 2008 – shortly after HIV co-discoverer Luc Montagnier MD accepted a Nobel Prize that Robert Gallo MD didn’t receive – Semmelweis Society International (SSI) endorsed a demand by 37 scientists and researchers for the journal Science to retract Gallo’s four original reports. (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…)


    The recent dismissal of criminal charges against Marine Corps Cpl. RL marks the 33rd win and second year of OMSJ’s undefeated record in the defense of falsely-accused HIV defendants.  Although pharmaceutically-funded politicians and activists have promoted the HIV hysteria and criminal prosecution since 1987, OMSJ’s success demonstrates that (more…)


    In this newly-released documenary Laciencia del Panico (2011), filmmakers Isabel Otaduy Sömme and Patrizia Monzani allow allegedly “HIV-positive” (seropositive) people to explain – in their own words – why they refuse to take HIV medication and why they attribute their health to their refusal to take HIV drugs: (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…)


    In the late spring of 1981, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) came under increasing Congressional pressure to clean up the waste and corruption that characterized their ten-year War on Cancer(more…)


    Judy Balaban was the daughter of longtime Paramount Pictures president Barney Balaban. She didn’t know much about LSD when she started taking it, in the late 50s, but, she laughingly says, “I figured if it was good enough for Cary Grant, it was good enough for me!” (more…)


    19 April – With the recent appointment of Gen. Carter Ham, commander of U.S. Army forces in Europe, and Jeh Johnson, the Pentagon’s chief legal counsel, to head a yearlong study of the U.S. military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” rule banning open gays in the military, it would appear that, however slowly, radical change is afoot.  It is a change that would not only negatively impact military personnel but would also signal a dramatic erosion of American values by a group intent on bending society to accommodate them, namely, homosexual activists. (more…)


    This interview is for those who do not understand how the pharmaceutical industry muzzles stories about HIV and AIDS policy.

    In what was to be her final podcast (Dec 2, 2008), Christine Maggiore and David Crowe interviewed retired KCBS and KNBC news reporter and host Bob Navarro. (more…)


    The recent dismissal of criminal charges against Marine Corps Cpl. RL marks the 33rd win and second year of OMSJ’s undefeated record in the defense of falsely-accused HIV defendants.  Although pharmaceutically-funded politicians and activists have promoted the HIV hysteria and criminal prosecution since 1987, OMSJ’s success demonstrates that (more…)


    In this newly-released documenary Laciencia del Panico (2011), filmmakers Isabel Otaduy Sömme and Patrizia Monzani allow allegedly “HIV-positive” (seropositive) people to explain – in their own words – why they refuse to take HIV medication and why they attribute their health to their refusal to take HIV drugs: (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…)


    In the late spring of 1981, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) came under increasing Congressional pressure to clean up the waste and corruption that characterized their ten-year War on Cancer(more…)


    Judy Balaban was the daughter of longtime Paramount Pictures president Barney Balaban. She didn’t know much about LSD when she started taking it, in the late 50s, but, she laughingly says, “I figured if it was good enough for Cary Grant, it was good enough for me!” (more…)


    19 April – With the recent appointment of Gen. Carter Ham, commander of U.S. Army forces in Europe, and Jeh Johnson, the Pentagon’s chief legal counsel, to head a yearlong study of the U.S. military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” rule banning open gays in the military, it would appear that, however slowly, radical change is afoot.  It is a change that would not only negatively impact military personnel but would also signal a dramatic erosion of American values by a group intent on bending society to accommodate them, namely, homosexual activists. (more…)


    This interview is for those who do not understand how the pharmaceutical industry muzzles stories about HIV and AIDS policy.

    In what was to be her final podcast (Dec 2, 2008), Christine Maggiore and David Crowe interviewed retired KCBS and KNBC news reporter and host Bob Navarro. (more…)


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