Don’t call Dr. Stefan Lanka a virologist; he no longer believes that viruses even exist. On April 12, “How Positive Are You” co-host David Crowe interviewed this iconoclastic German scientist on “The Infectious Myth” at the Progressive Radio Network (PRN). Listen HERE.
HPAY last visited the issue in December 2013, in its controversial Episode 74 with Dawn Lester and David Parker of the U.K.’s “Nature of Reality” group. We’re not sure where we stand on it, but the debate should continue.
The Clinton Health Access Initiative advertises its efforts to “help save the lives of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world by dramatically scaling up antiretroviral treatment.” This is just one of many large initiatives of the Clinton Foundation. What would that even mean, “dramatically scaling up”?
Strangely enough, the Foundation never received a charter for that purpose. It was established solely to preserve Bill Clinton’s presidential legacy – mainly, by supporting the Clinton presidential library. In his book Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World, Clinton talks about attending the 2002 Barcelona AIDS conference, where Nelson Mandela and other world leaders asked him to combat AIDS. And yet as Ortel points out, the Foundation’s filings for 2002 do not reflect this mission change.
This is just one of many concerns we discuss in this Episode, including what might be happening to those hapless “HIV/AIDS” patients in rural areas of the Third World. Continue Reading …
“What a fabulous job you are both doing. Thank yo so much!!”
” I wanted to say how much I appreciate all of your hard work, I think you are so amazing.”
“[translated from Spanish]My name is Angelica and I regularly visit How Positive Are You. I live in Chile…My brother is HIV+…it is very important for me to know the truth about HIV. Many thanks for what you are doing.”
“I am a big fan of How Positive Are You and I am always looking forward to new episodes, the podcast is one of the main components of the hiv-skeptics movement.”
“I’ve been listening to your podcasts and I’m extremely moved because it’s been almost a year and half since I got a positive diagnosis. I enjoy listening because it helps me immensely because the biggest hurdle I’ve been dealing with is the mental and psychological part of how to live amidst an almost always preoccupation with the subject of my health. Fortunately my health is good and I have not taken any.”
“Wow! I am hearing so many things I already knew when i listen to your show, I believe in self healing all the way, but when I got diagnosed i went right on meds because i was so scared! Tommy Morrison & Henry Bauer, i think have just saved my life, I really know this! I HAVE NO DOUBT ABOUT THIS! …I want to cry right now and nothing every really brings me to tears even when i am happy… THANK YOU SO MUCH!”
“I have found your site an amazingly open forum to the crazy world of Aids.”
“Please tell me that you’re going to continue “ How Positive Are You?” The podcast has been a great source of inspiration to me. The last one broadcast had me bawling my eyes out!! I am commited to carrying on Christine’s legacy. I really wish I would have had to chance to get to meet her. Please keep up the excellent work. We’re counting on you!”
“I was diagnosed as poz in 2005…Thanks to you two and others, I have a new freedom.”
“This will blow me away cool vibesters. I LOVE IT!!”
—Sascha Sarnoff, California
“I listen to your show because it is one of the few sources of intelligent news about the wacky world of AIDS. I’ve been following the insanity for almost 20 years now, and every time I see a mainstream article about AIDS spouting the tired old party line, my heart sinks. Every time a friend or family member unquestioningly believes what they hear about “science” from “experts”, it sinks again. Listening to your podcast reminds me that I’m not the only person on the planet who doesn’t swallow all the misinformation we’re being fed. Listening to you gives me hope!”
—Carol, Santa Cruz, California
“Incredibly interesting and informative… renews my faith in independent media.”
—Jeff C, Brooklyn, NY
“I have spent the last four days listening to your podcasts. I walked around a huge park in the rain today and listened to the latest one. It was great and took me through many emotions.” —Kristen
“Your review of AIDS news is a refreshing dose of sanity in a medical world gone mad. Keep up the great work.”
—M Rubenstein, Washington, DC
“Just discovered your podcast. The episodes are fantastic.” —JD, Portland, OR
“This is a lifeline for people drowning in a sea of misinformation about HIV and AIDS.”
“Up until now, I’ve been a very traditional thinker about medicine and believed everything I read about HIV and AIDS. My departure from this thinking has been quite difficult, but I am really enjoying listening and learning.” —GB
“Your podcasts give people moments of clarity that I imagine could very well change the course of their lives.”
—Matthew Anderson, West Hollywood, CA
“I love your podcasts. You two are a great team. You’re both so personable, and eloquent and knowledgeable. It’s a real pleasure listening.” —Laura O
“These podcasts will be heard long into the future.” —Gregory