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PLEASE NOTE: Most of these books address the big picture of HIV/AIDS and AZT in general, as well as dealing specifically with the HIV tests or the recent HIV drugs. They are divided into four categories:

Books are listed in chronological order by year of publication within each category. You can click on the title of each book for more information and where to buy it.


Are You Positive? - by Stephen Davis. (2008) Ripped from the headlines of today's news, 26-year-old Tyree Johnson stands accused of first degree murder in a South Carolina courtroom. He was diagnosed HIV-Positive, and the prosecution claims that he infected his girlfriend, who later died, with HIV. The defense, however, claims there is reasonable doubt that Tyree's HIV diagnosis was wrong - that, according to numerous scientific studies, the so-called "HIV tests" are fraught with errors. Furthermore, Tyree's lawyer argues that there is no scientific evidence that HIV is transmitted by heterosexual intercourse, and that Tyree's girlfriend died from taking lethal anti-retroviral drugs rather than from any HIV/AIDS-related illness. Based on more than 500 actual scientific studies and references, Are You Positive? raises serious questions about whether anyone has ever been properly diagnosed as HIV-Positive, and whether most AIDS victims are dying from the side-effects of the HIV medications prescribed by their doctors.
The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory - by Henry H. Bauer. (2007) This book collates and analyzes, for the first time, the results of more than two decades of HIV testing, revealing that common assumptions about HIV and AIDS are incompatible with the published data. HIV is neither sexually transmitted nor increasingly prevalent. HIV and AIDS are not correlated geographically. HIV and AIDS are not correlated chronologically. HIV and AIDS are not correlated in their relative impact on women and men. Nor are HIV and AIDS correlated in their relative impact on white and black people. But how could everyone have been so wrong for so long?
WRONGFUL DEATH: The AIDS Trial - by Stephen Davis. (2006) A fictitious courtroom drama that exposes the government lies and incompetence, gross medical malpractice, and unbridled greed by a drug company that caused our American AIDS epidemic and cost 300,000 lives in just ten years - five times the number killed in the entire Vietnam War! After twenty-five years, you will finally learn the truth about HIV and AIDS as it unfolds in this three-trillion-dollar class-action lawsuit. Read the testimony of witness after witness, all based on over 900 actual medical and scientific research papers and reports, that when the FDA finally approved AZT in 1987 "the drug that was supposed to cure AIDS" it began causing AIDS; and every person who took it - healthy or not - would die within four years. Find out from expert legal witnesses why the virus we have been calling HIV cannot be the cause of AIDS. Also available as an AudioBook on 8 CDs.

Science Sold Out: Does HIV Really Cause AIDS? - by Rebecca Culshaw. (2006) The HIV/AIDS hypothesis remains highly controversial, despite the best efforts of medical and insurance establishments, the government, and the media to promote its acceptance. Rebecca Culshaw spent years researching HIV for her work constructing mathematical models of its interactions with the immune system. Rarely do researchers bite the hand that funds them, but Culshaw felt she had no choice. In Science Sold Out, she focuses on the changing definition of AIDS and the flaws in all HIV testing. In a much broader sense, she explains how the current, government-based structure of scientific research has corrupted science in the search for truth. The book offers not only scientific reasons for repudiating the HIV/AIDS theory, but also sociological explanations of how the theory was accepted by the media and the world so quickly. Science Sold Out also represents a scathing critique of the outrageous discrimination that HIV-positives have faced since the theory was first accepted.

Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS - by Celia Farber. (2006) Because of its catastrophic impact and the unique time and place it struck, AIDS very quickly became more than a medical story. It took on tremendous political, moral, sexual, religious, intellectual and economic significance as well, and Farber argues that these elements soon came to dominate and distort the medical science. If she's right, pretty much everything we've been told about AIDS--what it is, what causes it, how it spreads, how it may be resisted and cured--is wrong, a collusion of panic, politics and greed. AIDS became a dogma, and anyone who questioned it a heretic. At great cost to her career, Farber has questioned the dogma for 20 years. This book is a fascinating alternate history of AIDS, a chronology of how she and other "heretics" believe it all went wrong. This is not kooky conspiracy theory. Ultimately, it's an Orwellian treatise on intellectual totalitarianism in our time.

What if everything you thought you knew about AIDS was wrong? - by Christine Maggiore. (2006) A succinct summary of the gaping holes in the official view of AIDS, this book has become an underground classic. Christine Maggiore, whose own HIV positive diagnosis didn't stop her from disobeying the authorities and giving birth to a healthy child, challenges all the politically correct opinions about the health crisis. A straightforward, jargon-free little book that provides volumes of highly explosive intellectual ammunition in its brief pages. Clear, concise and completely accurate, Maggiore's powerful little book is highly recommended reading for anyone who has ever had the doubt about any aspect of the 'global AIDS pandemic,' and is absolutely compulsory reading for those few never have.

I Am Kasper Klotz: A Novel - by Sky Gilbert. (2002) Sky Gilbert explores the culture of AIDS, exploring the minds of those whose lives revolve around the virus, the gay men who are running scared, barebacking, taking toxic drugs and raising funds for others similarly afflicted. Is Kasper Klotz an unrepentant serial killer? Or is he redeemable? When he makes the mistake of purposely infecting a beautiful young Midwesterner, he's accused, like a handful of other HIV-positive men in North America, of assault and attempted murder. A woman obsessed with Ayn Rand and her ever-expanding waistline, makes the incarcerated Kasper her mission. A hilarious, politically incorrect rant, I Am Kasper Klotz is a medical-scientific mystery: a thriller about what makes the AIDS virus tick.

Debating AZT: Mbeki and the AIDS Drug Controversy - by Anthony Brink. (1999) On 28 October 1999, after reading an early draft of High Court advocate Anthony Brink’s book, South African President Thabo Mbeki ordered an inquiry into the safety of the AIDS drug AZT. This book is only available in a .pdf file which you can open and then save on your computer.

The AIDS Cult: Essays on the gay health crisis - by John Lauritsen and Ian Young. (1997) This book presents articles and essays by several men who have a lot to say about why AIDS happened and why it continues to happen. And it has very little if nothing to do with a virus. Citing every possibility from epidemic hysteria to psychoneuroimmunology to death by poisoning, this book alone does more for AIDS research than 18 years and 40 billion dollars of "official" research will ever contribute. Whether you agree that there's something terribly amiss with AIDS research and official explanations and treatments or not, this book is an amazing grass-roots attempt to open up dialog and encourage the kind of critical thought sorely needed in the highly political AIDS Industry. After reading this book, you'll come to realize that the socially-constructed disease known as AIDS can stop if we want it to--we have the power and always have.

Deadly Deception: The Proof That Sex and HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS - by Robert Willner. (1994) While Dr. Willner's style is fairly dramatic, the arguments are well-founded. Essentially, he agrees with most of what Peter Duesberg argues. If you want an easy introduction to the position taken by AIDS dissidents, read this book. If you're looking for a more scholarly approach, read Duesberg's book "Inventing the AIDS Virus". Still, this is a great book. It's a very easy read. It's clear that Willner is pretty angry about the whole AIDS fraud, and that comes through in his book. Don't let that dissuade you from reading it, though, because after all YOU SHOULD BE ANGRY! Read it with an open mind, because we can't afford to indulge a premature AIDS consensus any longer. It's been 18 years since Dr. Gallo announced his bogus HIV virus hypothesis as fact, and we don't have anything to show for all of the money and effort spent, now do we? The whole HIV dogma is going to eventually go down as the greatest medical/scientific/political fraud in the history of the world.


AIDS: A Second Opinion - by Gary Null. (2001) This is the first book to unravel the half-truths about AIDS that some say have marred the study of the disease from the start. Tackling everything from alarmist statistics to the asserted African origin of AIDS, Gary Null gives both African and Western experts their say before presenting a new model for understanding this elusive and multifaceted illness. The one-cause, one-disease “virological” model, says Null, is obsolete and should be replaced with a more ecological, holistic, “immunological” paradigm of health and sickness. Drawing on his years of studying alternative and traditional medicine, Null dissects the claims of AZT and drug cocktail advocates and offers an array of treatments, including nutritional support and metabolic stabilization therapies, to broaden the options available to AIDS patients.

Positively False: Exposing the Myths Around HIV and AIDS - by Joan Shenton. (1998) A prize-winning medical journalist sets out to show that the HIV=AIDS=death hypothesis, which has wrongly acquired the force of certainty, has been riddled with flaws leading to distorted results, wrong conclusions and needless suffering. Shenton argues that research has been driven by the financial interests of pharmaceutical companies and by the ambitions of unscrupulous scientists equally anxious to protect their research funding, their patented HIV test kits, and ultimately their egos.

The AIDS War: Propaganda, Profiteering, and Genocide from the Medical Industrial Complex - by John Lauritsen. (1998) John Lauritsen has easily written more on HIV, "AIDS", AZT, the "AIDS" dissent movement, and the gay health crisis than any other journalist alive. It is a pity then, that most people are unaware of his brilliant writings. In "The AIDS War", Lauritsen brings together a collection of previously published articles together with new material, and the result is a shocking and often frightening story of political and social ideology run amok. Lauritsen pulls no punches; his reporting embodies a cool detachment, a striking sense of logic and reason amidst a sea of hysteria, and an unflinching moral commitment. He reports what he sees -- NOT what people wish to hear. My prediction is this -- fifty years from now, long after the lessons of this tragic affair have been drawn, future generations will look back upon the writings of John Lauritsen as priceless historical documents, and harrowing evidence of the mass delusions and hallucinations of which even the most intelligent and thoughtful individuals are capable.

AIDS: The failure of contemporary science - How a Virus That Never Was Deceived the World - by Neville Hodgkinson. (1996) Former Sunday Times science correspondent Neville Hodgkinson describes his journey from dogmatist to dissident, a journey that resulted in the near destruction of his career as a journalist in the 1990s. This book is not available for purchase; however, Neville has agreed to send a text version if requested.

The Gravest Show on Earth: America in the Age of AIDS - by Elinor Burkett. (1995) Writing that "AIDS is the most politically controversial epidemic in human history," Burkett, a reporter for the Miami Herald from 1988 to 1992, delivers what might be considered a sequel to Randy Shilts's And the Band Played On as she continues the story into the mid-1990s. Viewing AIDS as less a disease than an industry, Burkett critiques the roles of scientists, physicians, politicians, gay activists, fundamentalists, pharmaceutical companies, and media figures as they jump on the AIDS bandwagon for personal and political advancement. Deftly capturing the characteristics of such players as Larry Kramer, Robert Gallo, Kimberly Bergalis, Pedro Zamora, ACT UP, and the Center for Disease Control and examining complex issues like the incidence of AIDS among African Americans, women, and the heterosexual population in general, Burkett rips through the rhetoric to offer an engaging analysis of AIDS in America.

Good Intentions: How Big Business And the Medical Establishment Are Corrupting the Fight Against AIDS - by Bruce Nussbaum. (1991) Nussbaum's study of AIDS research has led him to criticize the National Institutes of Health, the FDA, AZT developer Burroughs Wellcome and others. A hard-hitting, shocking look at profit-oriented AIDS research, this brisk journalistic account also tours a medical underground in which grass-roots organizations offer various unapproved drugs to people with AIDS.

Poison by Prescription: The Azt Story - by John Lauritsen. (1990) This is the story of a toxic drug, with no scientifically proven benefits, which was given to tens of thousands of people, including many who were perfectly healthy. It is a story of collusion among corrupt government officials, incompetent researchers, and an unscrupulous pharmaceutical company. Lauritsen gives one of the best descriptions of the early days of AIDS including how AZT became entrenched as the solution for AIDS even though the evidence that it was killing people was mounting.

AIDS Inc.: Scandal of the Century - by Jon Rappoport. (1988) Jon's book covers in detail the entire saga of the controversy, and without the contrived speculation of conspiracists, clearly reveals an unparalleled modern-day industrial scandal. Although the book was published over 15 years ago, its contents are as accurate today as they were when it was written. Anyone who is involved in any way with HIV/AIDS should read this book. It includes a large bibliography of references and many case studies.


Inventing the AIDS Virus - by Dr. Peter Duesberg. (1996) The most prominent and persistent critic of HIV as the cause of AIDS presents his case most exhaustively and popularly. Duesberg, himself a virologist, stoutly maintains that HIV cannot cause AIDS because it fails to meet the rules by which a virus is implicated as disease-causing. He says that the causes of AIDS in First World countries most probably are overuse of toxic drugs--by legal prescription (e.g., AZT) as well as illicit use (e.g., the nitrite inhalants known as poppers that are used to enhance sexual capability)--and multiple and repeated infections with venereal diseases; in the Third World, they are malnutrition and maladies (e.g., tuberculosis) rare in wealthy nations but still prevalent in poor ones as well as, again, substance abuse. Duesberg massively documents and cogently argues these positions but not before laying out the historic and political reasons why most members of his profession and related medical specialists seized on a viral causation for AIDS. Basically, virologists wanted another success like that with polio and, frustrated by complete failure to find viral causes for cancer, took up AIDS as the perfect challenge as well as, once HIV was discovered, a ticket for prolonging their first-class ride on the medical research gravy train.

Oncogenes, Aneuploidy, and AIDS: A Scientific Life and Times of Peter H. Duesberg - by Harvey Bialy. (2006) Harvey Bialy has been around Peter Duesberg and molecular biology for forty odd years, observing and collecting notes, and now he tells the intriguing story. Predicted by Jean-Paul Sartre when he pronounced somewhere that we all make our own hell out of the people around us, his story is told up-close and brilliantly by Bialy. It is about humans taking on a vast responsibility, with the usual suspects - money, glory, and stubbornness. Unfortunately only an insignificant fraction of them seem concerned with the mission of saving lives. Bialy tries to remember it all, with some of the raw edges chewed back by time as he wisely allows the unsavory characters to hoist on their own inelegant petards. It is a well-told tale with the humor of a sympathetic observer, a humor that reminds me not a little of the same incorruptible humor of his protagonist, Peter Duesberg - head and shoulders above the competition in so many ways, but unable to pull it off. He seems to know that something has damned him to that space, but maintains nevertheless a vital resignation in that razor sharp cortex, which misrepresents nothing and would never in a fair hearing be called on to answer for misdeeds. We meet a lot of the contenders in this well researched and deeply considered book, their powers and their fallibilities - their own statements a most readable report for anyone who cares to be entertained or educated in the details of how the science of cancer or AIDS has been done in this last half century. But it is far more than that. It is a window cracked not just on Peter's travails but on all of the science and sorcery since the invention of money. A long winter's tale.

Unraveling AIDS: The Independent Science and Promising Alternative Therapies - by Ho Mae-Wan. (2005) Unraveling Aids: The Independent Science And Promising Alternative Therapies is the in-depth collective study and observational documentation of HIV and Aids, effectiveness of the present generation of vaccines, immuno-suppressants, "drug-cocktails", alternative drug therapies, native herbal therapies, and variations of vitamin, mineral and other nutrient-based therapies. As a competently written and experience driven collection of knowledge, Unraveling Aids exposes its readers to the great many intricacies of modern progression in the discovery of AIDS origin, causes and supplemental cures. Unraveling Aids is very strongly recommended to all students of medical progression and innovation, as well as those in particular study of AIDS and HIV for its scholastic and informative presentation of modern understandings of the disease.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science - by Tom Bethell. (2005) The book is not only beautifully and intelligently written, but it's also fun to read, believe it or not. Bethell's engaging style makes this book hard to put down. Some of the points Bethell raises are quite surprising. There is an excellent chapter on African AIDS. We've heard almost ludicrous figures regarding the number of Africans with AIDS. Wait till you read this chapter and you learn what it takes to qualify as having AIDS in Africa. You don't even need to test positive for HIV. That could be why the demographic catastrophes anticipated for Africa haven't panned out; Africa's population has increased dramatically over the past decade.

Science Fictions: A Scientific Mystery, a Massive Cover-up and the Dark Legacy of Robert Gallo - by John Crewdson. (2003) Science Fictions recounts the most notorious biomedical scandal of our times: the Robert Gallo affair. It is not, author John Crewdson says, "about AIDS. Nor is it really about science." Indeed. It is a tale of behavior most base in circles most rarified. In 1983 Gallo, of the National Cancer Institute, and a group of scientists at Paris's Pasteur Institute announced their isolating of separate AIDS viruses. The stakes--moneyed prizes and patents, not to mention cures--were stratospheric. By 1985, the Pasteur Institute filed suit claiming that Gallo--whose discovery was actually a dead end--had appropriated "their" virus as his own. In 1992, the National Academy of Sciences agreed, accusing Gallo of "intellectual recklessness" and "essentially immoral" behavior. This definitive, chilling book is also, unfortunately, a daunting one. Its sheer size--notes, glossary, and list of characters alone occupy 100 pages--and scientific complexity will defeat all but the most determined and scientifically informed reader.

When AIDS Began - by Michael Cochrane. (2003) Excellent-controversial, argumentative, and extremely well researched, When AIDS Began describes the early days of AIDS in San Francisco, and how strange illnesses of a few people who were poor, drug abusing or living on the street (or all three) was turned, in the minds of the public, into an illness of previously healthy, relatively well off, young gay men. The author provides unique documentation of how information was twisted by public health authorities to get the epidemic to look like what they wanted it to look.

The AIDS Indictment - by Marvin R., Jr. Kitzerow. (2000) This book is not for the faint of heart. Unfortunately the combination of poor writing with excessive repetition makes this book hard to read. But the information on the dangers of the inhalant nitrite drugs often called "poppers" is very important.

Get All The Facts: HIV does not cause AIDS - by Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati. (1999) This book speaks to the many scientific wormholes and a plethora of inconsistencies that run amok in the murky world of HIV (the virus believed to cause AIDS). Suspend your belief long enough to read this book, for by listening to this author you will gain new insights and perspectives. It is with sound scientific methodology, common sense and grounded logic that Dr. Al-Bayati provides an indictment against HIV as a cause of AIDS.

AIDS: Virus or Drug Induced? - by Dr. Peter Duesberg (editor). (1996) Despite enormous efforts, over 100,000 papers and over $22 billion spent by the US taxpayer alone, the HIV-AIDS hypothesis has failed to produce any public health benefits, no vaccine, no effective drug, no prevention, no cure, not a single life saved. Is the science system to be blamed? Has science failed to reveal the truth about AIDS? In AIDS: Virus or Drug Induced?, two dozen scientists, scholars and journalists have investigated the status quo of AIDS research. Most of them have questioned the HIV-AIDS hypothesis before, but have since been censored, and sociologically excluded from AIDS research, politics and journalism. Here they are united for the first time to put on trial the HIV-AIDS hypothesis. There are those who acquit HIV entirely. Others who make a case for HIV as a necessary, but not a sufficient cause of AIDS. And one medical scientist who, together with the huge AIDS literature, defends the hypothesis that HIV is sufficient to cause AIDS. The book convincingly reveals that the scientific method could very well find a solution to AIDS, but only if ideas can be exchanged freely and if the HIV monopoly can be broken. AIDS: Virus or Drug Induced? illustrates that the solution to AIDS could be as close as one of several, very testable and very affordable alternatives to the unproductive HIV-AIDS hypothesis.

Infectious AIDS: Have We Been Misled? - by Dr. Peter Duesberg. (1995) The Emperor's New Clothes on a massive scale - with enormous implications - right under our noses. Any thinking person not yet familiar with the content of this and Duesbergs other books will be grateful to discover them. The public is shown barely the tip of this particular iceberg. Duesbergs integrity and clarity of mind make him the child in the crowd, but his courage , tenacity and curriculum vitae make him a formidable and feared opponent . His work is terribly important. His herculean efforts go largely unseen due to ruthless media censorship of the subject but the whole picture is available to us in these books and on the internet on Duesbergs and related websites.

Rethinking Aids The Tragic Cost of Premature Consensus - by Robert S. Root-Bernstein. (1995) Did you know semen is immuno-suppressive? Blood Transfusions? Poppers? Most Drugs? The answers are impressively intuitive once presented but are known in isolation and not connected to the diagnosis of AIDS. Root Bernstein builds an impressive argument that we should know much more about how our body works and what we ask it to put up with in the course of a normal day. The key argument in the book is that there is no direct evidence that HIV is the single causitive factor in developing AIDS. The author acknowledges that HIV should be studied but asks the AIDS community to question and study other approaches. The author details how many of the elements of risky life styles can contribute unknowingly to depressing one's immune system and what questions we need to ask before declaring a conclusion. A good diet, exercise and avoiding risky behaviour might be the best defense against AIDS if you really know what constitutes "risky behaviour." Not many answers but lots of good questions.

Death Rush: Poppers & AIDS - by John Lauritsen and Hank Wilson. (1986) Death Rush starts with the sentence: "Don't use poppers. This is the first and the last thing to be said about them." Predating the Duesberg article in Cancer Research magazine, Death Rush is undoubtedly the first book - the first anything for that matter - to challenge the HIV=AIDS hypothesis. Although out-of-print for many years now, the medical information is still valid. The toxicities of these drugs have not changed. The nitrite inhalants are still powerfully mutagenic; they still cause anemia; they are still immunosuppresive. And now you can read this book FOR FREE.


¿Que tal si todo lo que crees acerca del SIDA fuera falso? - by Christine Maggiore. (2006) Segun este argumento breve y convincente, el SIDA no es, para nada, como se nos ha dicho. En forma sencilla y clara, este libro hace añicos los mitos populares acerca del SIDA y fortalece sus datos cientificos con relatos conmovedores de "VIH positivos", que, como la propia autora Christine Maggiore, desafian el modelo "VIH=SIDA=Muerte" y viven con plena salud, sin tratamientos farmaceuticos y sin miedo al SIDA. Esta es informacion vitalmente importante para cualquiera que haya resultado "positivo" en la "prueba del SIDA", y lectura que interesa a cualquiera que haya, alguna vez, vivido o amado con temor.


Virus-Wahn - by Torsten Engelbrecht and Claus Köhnlein. (2006) Mit Horrorszenarien über H5N1, SARS, Hepatitis C, AIDS oder BSE wird die Bevölkerung verängstigt. Dabei wird jedoch übersehen, dass die Existenz und krankmachende Wirkung der angeblich dahinter stehenden „Erreger“ nie nachgewiesen wurden. Überhaupt legen die Autoren, der Journalist Torsten Engelbrecht und der Mediziner Claus Köhnlein, offen, dass die Hypothesen des Mikrobiologieestablishments nicht belegbar und höchst widersprüchlich sind. Zugleich wird auf sträflich vernachlässigte Krankheitsursachen wie Drogen, Medikamente, Mangelernährung oder Pestizide eingegangen. Diese schädigen das Immunsystem schwer und sind genau dort anzutreffen, wo sich die Opfer befinden, denen man vorschnell den Vogelgrippe- oder HIV-Stempel aufdrückt. Knapp 1100 einschlägige Referenzen untermauern die Argumentation. Die Thematik ist von zentraler Bedeutung. Denn die aktuelle Vorgehensweise hilft letztlich nur, die gigantischen Forschungsetats und Gewinne der Pharma- und anderer Konzerne genau wie die von Top-Wissenschaftlern oder, wie im Falle von Tamiflu, von Politikern wie Donald Rumsfeld abzusichern – ohne dass die Medikamente das Leben der Patienten erwiesenermaßen verlängert hätten oder gar ein Heilmittel in Sicht ist. „Wir müssen uns von Illusionen lösen und realisieren, dass der primäre Zweck der modernen durchkommerzialisierten Medizin-Wissenschaft nicht ist, die Gesundheit der Patienten zu maximieren, sondern den Profit“, wie es der angeführte John Abramson von der Harvard Medical School auf den Punkt bringt.

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Mythos HIV - by Michael Leitner. (2001) Der Journalist Michael Leitner hat sowohl für Printmedien, als auch für TV-Sender wie WDR, RTL, Deutsche Welle, Pro7 und SAT1 gearbeitet. Er beweist in diesem Buch, daß die AIDS-Forschung nur Irrtümer, Fälschungen und Widersprüche produziert hat. Beweise dafür sind Artikel aus Ärztezeitung und Ärzteblatt, Veröffentlichungen des Robert Koch Instituts, Beipackzettel von Antikörpertests und AIDS-Medikamenten, der Bericht eines Untersuchungsausschußes des Deutschen Bundestages, mehrere hundert wissenschaftliche Referenzen, Schriftwechsel mit Ministerien und Pharmakonzernen. „Das Buch ‚Mythos HIV’ ist eine fundierte, auch für Laien verständliche Bestandsaufnahme der Widersprüche, welche die AIDS-Forschung in 20 Jahren produziert hat. Tatsächlich gibt es keine wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichung, in der die Existenz des ‚AIDS-Virus’ HIV schlüssig nachgewiesen worden wäre. Arbeiten, in denen solche Nachweise behauptet werden, basieren auf ausgeprägtem Wunschdenken seitens der beteiligten Wissenschaftler. Die HIV-Tests reagieren auf über 70 Krankheiten positiv. Das Schlimmste an der AIDS-Forschung aber sind die Medikamente, die sie hervorgebracht hat. Ein großer Teil der AIDS-Patienten stirbt gerade an den Wirkungen dieser Medikamente.“ (Prof. Dr. Heinz-Ludwig Sänger, Träger des Robert-Koch-Preises, emeritierter Direktor des Max-Planck-Institutes für Biochemie in Martinsried. Das Buch enthält ein ausführliches Geleitwort von Prof. Sänger)

Lieben wir gefährlich? - by Christian Fiala. (2000) Wie ein Damoklesschwert schwebt Aids über der Menschheit. Man spricht von einer ständigen Zunahme der Erkrankungen und Todesfälle, von einem steigenden Risiko auch für Heterosexuelle, sich mit dem HIV-Virus zu infizieren. Wie groß ist die Zahl der HIV-Positiven aber wirklich? Lieben wir tatsächlich gefährlich oder ist die Aids-Aufklärung eine Panikmache? Was haben Aids-Kampagnen bisher gebracht? In welchem Maße sind Frauen und Jugendliche gefährdet? Welche Rolle spielen die Medien bei der Dramatisierung dieser Krankheit? Der Arzt und Autor Christian Fiala hat sich eingehend mit diesen und vielen weiteren Fragen zum Thema Aids beschäftigt und kommt zu aufsehenerregenden Ergebnissen. Die These, daß Aids sich heterosexuell in einem nennenswerten Ausmaß ausbreite, ist demnach durch zahlreiche Detailstudien und die tatsächliche Krankheitsentwicklung widerlegt. Somit stellt sich die Frage, wem die Aids-Panikmache wirklich nützt.


Le Sida - by Etienne de Harven. (2005) Le sida est un scandale médical totalement emblématique de notre époque, tant par le tapage médiatique dont ce syndrome est l'objet que par les conséquences dramatiques de la mauvaise interprétation des phénomènes de défi cience immunitaire. Parmi les milliers de chercheurs qui travaillent sans relâche sur ce virus, aucun n'est jamais parvenu à l'isoler ! Et pendant ce temps, les autorités continuent de matraquer l'opinion publique avec des statistiques alarmistes.

Sida : Supercherie scientifique et arnaque humanitaire - by Jean-Claude Roussez. (2004) La désinformation orchestrée par certains groupes d'influence dépasse tout ce que l'on peut imaginer. Elle a permis de collecter de colossales subventions provenant en majeure partie de l'argent public. Le lobby du virus ne peut plus faire machine arrière, au risque de faire éclater le plus énorme scandale médical de tous les temps. Pourtant, dans le monde entier, des voix s'élèvent, et non des moindres!

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