Who are these people?
John P. Moore, Martin Delaney, Jeanne Bergman, Nathan Geffen, Greg Gonsalves, Nicholas Bennett? [Here]
Who are these people, who have taken it upon themselves to inform every reporter, news organization, researcher, and individual in the world, what is and what is not acceptable to talk about, or think about, in relation to the medical (and quite religious) paradigm known as “Aids”, “Aids drugs” and “Hiv Tests?”
God knows, if you read the actual, critical, useful, necessary medical literature on any of these subject categories, you find a wealth of fascinating, horrifying information, always running in seven contrary directions from what the mainstream advertises as “Aids.”
But, heaven help you if you report any of what the literature lays out in evidence, or what real people who are affected by the tests, drugs and diagnosis testify to, because if you do, the “AidsTruth” clan calls you…
A “denialist.” As in, a “holocaust denialist.” Because you read the literature critically, and you speak with people who aren’t in love with throwing up everyday on their “Aids drugs”, or who don’t like their “Hiv test diagnosis,” because it has no standard anywhere in the medical literature, or in the world.
So when the BBC forgets its manners, for a moment, and allows a living, breathing bit of reality to penetrate its airwaves… the AidsTruth clan must swoop in to scrub that bit of life and evidence from the public record… [Here]
So who are these people? I mean, who are they? What have they done, who do they work for? Who pays them?
Why have they turned Science into Religion? How have they gotten away with annihilating Debate in academic science, as it relates to this perverse pseudo-medical paradigm?
How have they done it, and who are they?
I mean, list it. If you know something about any of these people, about who they are, what they do, where they come from, what they’ve written, how they operate, think and maneuver, post it below.
Don’t be shy. These people are in charge of the world, remember. They can take a little exposure.