[Written by Joan Shenton, who did attend] The meeting was convened by Raúl Ehrichs Costa from Malaga. We met at the home of Jose Enrique Requena who hosted our gathering at his sanctuary, Humming Bird House, twenty kilometers from Valencia. People came from far and wide, Madrid, Barcelona and as far away as Poland and […]
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The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic Cover-up Volume Two: The Origins of Totalitarianism in Science and Medicine can be purchased in paperback and for Kindle. “I’m hoping that “The Duesbergians” section of my latest book inspires a new generation to take a closer look at [Rethinking]. This second volume has joined my first volume on the […]
Following on from the summer conference in southern France, AIDS and the Censorship of Critical Thinking: The Colonization of our Bodies will be taking place in Valencia between October 12-14. The programme is not settled but it is to include doctors, anthropologists and journalists, and quite possibly a few from the French conference (unfortunately, IRF […]
Avert has reported on a study in the South African Journal of Science that has found – unsurprisingly to dissenters – a higher chance of testing HIV-positive when reporting hunger. The only misnomer is the linkage of hunger to lax sexual practices! In other news, there is a brilliant and lengthy article on the HPV […]
Blog post by Cal Crilly.
6 years ago, an AIDS dissent conference was held in Southern France, titled How to Break the HIV/SIDA Paradigm, featuring Etienne de Harven and Nancy Turner Banks. A report of this can be found here. A few days ago, a follow-up conference by organisers Martin Barnes and Georg Wintzingerode was held at the same site, […]
BBC News reported yesterday that a Scottish man has had years added to his sentence for deliberately trying to infect partners (i.e. by not wearing a condom). Of his total of 14 known encounters, 6 are HIV+. Given that Rowe was not enthusiastic about treatment and had a high ‘viral load’ it flies against orthodoxy […]
AIDS dissidents and mainstreamers usually broadcast their points on different platforms, primarily because the latter do not feel it sufficient to engage with a position they seem unreasonable. But it would be useful for bystanders to witness the friction in one place rather than at many, which is why a Kialo debate page has been […]
The movie Dallas Buyers Club was released in 2013, so I’m quite late in having seen the film recently despite old reminders. To begin with, I apologise for the clickbait title of this piece. Dallas Buyers Club is not an AIDS dissent film but it’s also not an HIV informational. It’s simply a story about […]
Veteran HIV sceptic Henry Bauer – whose previous books include Dogmatism in Science and Medicine and The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory – has published a new book titled Science Is Not What You Think. UK buyers can find it on Amazon. Henry’s blog can be found here.