Become enlightened and empowered with astonishing facts you won't find in the mainstream media. This podcast gives insight into the real meaning of headline AIDS news, shares remarkable personal stories from people directly affected by tests and treatments, and offers thought provoking interviews with doctors and scientists from around the globe who challenge conventional thinking on HIV, AIDS and health.

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NEWS UPDATE: Bill Clinton Resigns, or Intends to, from Board of ‘AIDS’-Fighting ‘Clinton Global Initiative’ as Corruption Concerns Grow

August 19, 2016–Variety reported yesterday that former U.S. president Bill Clinton “is resigning from the board” of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), a purported worldwide AIDS-fighting organization under the Clinton Foundation. However, the Huffington Post implied that he would resign only if his wife, Hillary Clinton, is elected to the U.S. presidency in November.

 

Both stories emphasize the apparent conflict of interest as the U.S. election nears (see the Boston Globe’s sudden opinion that the “Clinton Foundation should stop accepting funds”). But might Ortel’s almost-daily media appearances exposing the organization’s corrupt practices have prompted Bill’s decision? Continue Reading …

Episode 110: Sex and the Single Swede – Celia Farber Considers Julian Assange’s Refusal of an ‘HIV Test’

In August 2010, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange refused to take an “HIV test” in Sweden at the request of two young women with whom he had had consensual sex. To avoid extradition to Sweden to face accusations under that country’s “expansive,” and expanding, rape law, Assange has been effectively imprisoned for the past four years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

 

“Only in the shadow of the 1980s HIV/AIDS mushroom cloud, could a broken condom be met with such hysteria, and morph into a criminal drama, involving several governments and millions of dollars,” wrote former “How Positive Are You” co-host Celia Farber. Close to the fourth anniversary of Assange’s exile, Elizabeth Ely joins Celia in her Manhattan kitchen for tea and discussion of her February 2016 New York Observer article on the sexual politics of this unusual case. Continue Reading …

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