544 Views · 7 months ago
‘Aids and Abet: The Truth About AIDS’ is a lengthy documentary that unveils the crimes and frauds that were committed by the medical establishment, completely disproves the ‘HIV=AIDS’ model, and conveys the truth regarding the real reason why people developed the symptoms that are commonly associated with ‘AIDS.’
‘Aids and Abet: The Truth About AIDS’ is part of our new series - The Real Cause Of Disease - RealEyesation Specials. Obscurations of modern vested interests have mislead the world into believing the lies that pertain to the causes of disease.
The real causes however, do not relate to any foreign invaders, as the Germ Theory has postulated for a great many years. In this series we will go through each and every commonly known disease and we will unravel the truth that lies beneath the consensual narrative. Whereby you will be able to apply the principle of Ockham’s Razor, and understand the truth for yourself.
Articles and resources mentioned in the video:
Virus Mania, by Torsten Engelbrecht & Claus Köhnlein:
The Aids War, by John Lauritsen:
The Contagion Myth, by Dr. Tom Cowan & Sally Fallon Morell:
Inventing The AIDS Virus, By Dr. Peter Duesberg:
And The Band Played On, by Randy Shilts:
Good Intentions, by Bruce Nussbaum:
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1 Views · 7 months ago
In 2013 David Kennedy produced Fluoridegate: An American Tragedy, a classic documentary that is exquisite in capturing the battle that raged over the downgrading of cancers in the fluoride study overseen by the National Toxicology Program and published in 1990. Below we reprint the comments made by William Marcus, the senior toxicologist at the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Drinking Water, on these downgrades. Also, we add the comments from Stephen Kohn of the National Whistleblowers Association who explained how the EPA went after Marcus with “a vengeance… like he was an enemy of the state.”
In 1977 the US Congress mandated the National Toxicology Program to conduct animal studies to determine if fluoride causes cancer. Battelle Columbus Laboratories were contracted to perform the studies that began in 1985 and ran for 2 years. In 1988 Battelle submitted their final report that included the finding of a dose-dependent increase of a rare liver cancer (hepatocholangiocarcinoma) in male & female mice and a small but statistically significant dose-related increase in osteosarcomas in male rats but not in the female rats.
For the rare liver cancer, the first scientist to describe this cancer said that Battelle made a correct diagnosis. However, this rare liver cancer was reclassified by a government review panel as a non-cancer and one of the osteosarcomas was downgraded leading to the classification of “equivocal evidence of cancer”. There were also increases in oral and thyroid cancers, but they were not considered statistically significant.
6,703 Views · 8 months ago
The documentary “Second Opinion: Laetrile at Sloan-Kettering” examines a brief period in the 1970s when a respected doctor’s research into the unconventional, often-banned and quack-labeled therapy laetrile — a modified chemical substance found in apricot pits — appeared to promise a remedy for cancer patients. (Results showed slower tumor growth in mice.)
The movie’s central figure is Ralph W. Moss, who recounts his stint as Memorial Sloan Kettering’s head public relations guy and his bristling at the New York institute’s effort to squelch the findings of Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura, a 60-year veteran of the center and a pioneer in the use of chemotherapy to treat cancer.
Moss took the whistle-blower route, first secretively (starting an underground publication called Second Opinion) and then openly, which cost him his job, and it’s all director Eric Merola can do to give this story the feeling of “The Insider.”
It’s an intriguing tale, for sure, but “Second Opinion” isn’t journalism, because only Moss, his family and a supportive cohort or two are interviewed. We don’t hear from anyone on the other side of the story. The film isn’t history either, since little else about the long campaign to legitimize laetrile is explored. This one’s for the conspiracy-minded only.
Ralph W. Moss PhD, a young and eager science writer, was hired by Sloan-Kettering's public relations department in 1974 to help brief the American public on the center's contribution to the War On Cancer. One of his first assignments was to write a biography about Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura, one of the Center's oldest and leading research scientists as well as the original co-inventor of chemotherapy.
REVIEW RESOURCE: https://www.latimes.com/entert....ainment/movies/la-et