"A group of self-appointed “true believers” in the paradigm have waged a worldwide campaign to publicly ridicule, threaten, silence, and marginalize anyone who publicly questions any aspects of the paradigm."
Oh dear, I guess one of those fascists is little old me then!
I was chatting to a friend a day or two ago who had just returned from a long trip that passed through much of South Africa. She told me how shocked she was to see the rows and rows of newly dug graves in the cemetery outside every poor township she passed - a stark rebuttal, she suddenly saw, of those who, like the writers of this website, ask where are all the deaths?
I imagine that list of over 2000 "scientists, doctors, writers, health advocates, and others" is the one that includes professors of philosophy, a notoriously dissident attorney from Johannesburg (who is dissident from a number of other positions, too, believing that women bring rape on themselves - and anyway, rape isn't really rape), accountants, engineers, the editor of Mothering magazine, and many others whose positions are undoubtedly informed by intellectual rigour and scientific experience in the field of health?
----- Original Message -----
From: [log in to unmask] href="mailto:[log in to unmask]">Phil Gasper
To: [log in to unmask] href="mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 2:57 AM
Subject: Re: April 23 is Rethinking AIDS Day

Perhaps April 1 would have been more appropriate. --PG

On Sun, Apr 20, 2008 at 7:43 PM, Peyton Jerome Farquhar <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

In popular literature and on International AIDS Day, the general public is led to
believe that the HIV->AIDS hypothesis is founded in medical science and
truth. However, an international groups of more than 2000 scientists, doctors,
health advocates, writers, and others, have been examining the science and
medicine of AIDS research and have found many unanswered questions and
evidence of outright fraud on the part of the primary promoters of this

These "AIDS Rethinkers" have named April 23, 2008 the first Rethinking AIDS
Day, commemorating the announcement by Robert Gallo that he had found
the "probable" cause of AIDS, even though he had no proof at the time.
Amazingly, in the 24 years since his announcement, no one has shown such
medical proof.

Read more, and join in with the events.