‘Aids Denial’ and Human Experiments
Experiments with highly toxic pharmaceutical drugs on orphans in New York – exposed first by Liam Scheff in an article titled The House That AIDS Built – are still, after more than three years, the subject of heated discussion, specially since the BBC aired a documentary titled Guinea Pig Kids. The word denialist was invented by the scheming cabal to describe those who have – often legitimate – questions about the association of HIV, AIDS and certain death in an obvious effort to associate them with the rascals of the day – the deniers of the holocaust. First, there is no “Aids denialist movement.” This is a term Moore has invented to describe those have pointed to the massive, blood-soaked failures of the standard Aids belief system, and pleaded for a new plan of attack on the many problems that “Aids” represents and stands in for. The AidsTruth “Strategy” – Writing an endless stream of letters and press-releases to newspapers, to Deans and department heads of universities, to broadcast news agenices, slandering and libeling any and all professors, doctors, scientists, journalists, researchers, patients and private citizens who cite the ten thousand contradictions in the Aids paradigm, and who are asking – begging – for an opening up of the paradigm for reconsideration. “HIV testing” is a non-specific art, which moves certain groups of people into the Aids drug line. “Hiv causes aids?”, I guess, is the slogan. HAART is an acronym for the many drugs plied into Aids patients – these of the Black-Box label, the organ failure, skin death, developmental damage, wasting, fat redistribution, and fatal anemia. The concept of when, how much, and if to drug “Aids” patients, has been and continues to be battled in the medical literature. A “Holocaust denialist.” So, if you know how to treat an “Aids” patient successfully, without murdering them with the treatment, to Moore you are, a “Holocaust denialist.” CRITICAL IMPORTANCE OF NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS IN CELL MEDIATED IMMUNITY. More ‘Guinea Pig’ KidsAn ongoing investigation by the Vera Institute of Justice, has uncovered 59 additional New York City foster care children-between July and September-who may have been used in AIDS drug / vaccine trials in violation of federal regulations. While the science supporting the causes of heart disease and many cancers are relatively conclusive within the medical research community, the etiology of AIDS remains questionable. The perception of a global AIDS epidemic looms in the minds of the media, medical associations and government leaders. Today there is a rapidly growing body of physicians, medical researchers, virologists, journalists and activists who are starting to voice their opposition to the prevailing scientific paradigm of AIDS and who are calling for a reevaluation of the medical research, epidemiological evidence, diagnostic methodologies and treatments. This latest episode with the Guinea Pig Kids documentary dropped like a hot potato by the BBC after receiving pressure from AIDS Truth lot, shows once again the terrible corrupt dealings that make the AIDS machine run, and the human fuel it needs and uses to keep going. WASHINGTON – “The government has concluded at least some AIDS drug experiments involving foster children violated federal rules designed to ensure vulnerable youths were protected from the risks of medical research.”
The domestic guinea pig or simply guinea pig, also known as cavy, is a species of rodent belonging to the family Caviidae and the genus Cavia. Spanish, Dutch, and English traders brought guinea pigs to Europe, where they quickly became popular as exotic pets among the upper classes and royalty, including Queen Elizabeth I. The earliest known written account of the guinea pig dates from 1547, in a description of the animal from Santo Domingo; because cavies are not native to Hispaniola, the animal was earlier believed to have been introduced there by Spanish travelers. The earliest known illustration of a domestic guinea pig is a painting in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery in London, dated to 1580, which shows a girl in typical Elizabethan dress holding a tortoise-shell guinea pig in her hands; she is flanked by her two brothers, one of whom holds a pet bird. The Japanese word for guinea pig is “モルモット”, which derives from the name of another mountain-dwelling rodent, the marmot; this is what guinea pigs were called by the Dutch traders who first brought them to Nagasaki in 1843. Guinea pigs learn to recognize and bond with other individual guinea pigs, and testing of boars shows their neuroendocrine stress response is significantly lowered in the presence of a bonded female when compared to the presence of unfamiliar females. Domestic guinea pigs generally live in cages, although some owners of large numbers of guinea pigs dedicate entire rooms to their pets. Housing of guinea pigs with other rodents such as gerbils and hamsters may increase instances of respiratory and other infections, and such rodents may act aggressively toward the guinea pig. Two major guinea pig allergens, Cav p I and Cav p II, have been identified in guinea pig fluids and guinea pig dander. In Ursula Dubosarsky’s Maisie and the Pinny Gig, a little girl has a recurrent dream about a giant guinea pig, while guinea pigs feature significantly in several of Dubosarsky’s other books, including the young adult novel The White Guinea Pig and The Game of the Goose. A guinea pig named Rodney, voiced by Chris Rock, was a prominent character in the 1998 film Dr. Dolittle, and Linny the Guinea pig is a co-star on Nick Jr.’s Wonder Pets. The Blockbuster campaign is considered by some guinea pig advocates to have been a factor in the rise of caging guinea pigs and rabbits together. The use of guinea pigs in scientific experimentation dates back at least to the 17th century, when the Italian biologists Marcello Malpighi and Carlo Fracassati conducted vivisections of guinea pigs in their examinations of anatomic structures. From the accidental discovery in 1907 that scurvy could be induced in guinea pigs, to their use to prove the chemical structure of the “Ascorbutic factor” in 1932, the guinea pig model proved a crucial part of vitamin C research. Peruvians consume an estimated 65 million guinea pigs each year, and the animal is so entrenched in the culture that one famous painting of the Last Supper in the main cathedral in Cusco shows Christ and the 12 disciples dining on guinea pig. The exact form the jaca tsariy takes differs from town to town; in some localities, a sirvinti is appointed to go from door to door, collecting donations of guinea pigs, while in others, guinea pigs may be brought to a communal area to be released in a mock bullfight.