R. Crumb is the best-known “underground” American cartoonist of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He created, among others, ZAP Comix, Fritz the Cat, Mr. Natural and Keep on Truckin’. Most people, however, may not know that he is a long-time ‘AIDS’ rethinker, or dissident, and has been since meeting former “How Positive Are You” co-host Christine Maggiore.
In late October 2016, he joined current HPAY co-host David Crowe for a discussion of pretty much everything on David’s “The Infectious Myth” Internet radio show. Somewhere in there are Crumb’s personal impressions of the early history of AIDS. Sex, censorship and racism also come up. Don’t take our word for it; listen for yourself HERE.
Be warned that this interview contains explicit language. You’re not afraid of a little of that, are you? Read on …
The local police are taking this seriously, and we are, too. On June 25, 2016, Bobby Russell, a legal plaintiff claiming a false-positive “HIV test,” received four or five threatening calls to his mobile phone. He says that the caller(s), while not explicitly threatening to kill him, made reference to “what you are doing.”
“How Positive Are You” co-host Elizabeth (Beth) Ely thought it best to report this event, to help ensure Bobby’s safety. Read on …
October 20, 2016–Responding to the dropping of the short “AIDS” documentary Positive Hell from London’s Portobello Film Festival last month, New York City gay bookstore Bluestockings will screen the film this coming Saturday, October 22, from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. (Details HERE; full press release HERE.)
Also to be screened is Positive Hell director and narrator Joan Shenton’s previous film, Positively False: Birth of a Heresy. Barnett J. “Bud” Weiss, an organizer of the former HEAL-New York group, will lead the post-film discussion of this important historical document tracing the AIDS-dissident movement. Read on …
You trust your doctor. And if you don’t, there’s always a way to sue them, isn’t there? Well, not quite.
Deirdre Gilbert-Dickson lost her 22-year-old daughter in what she calls an incident of malpractice. Until it happens to you, you most likely have no idea what you would be up against in that situation. Read on …
October 7, 2016–The versatile emotional-blackmail model of AIDS relief has been trotted out again to exploit another kind of tragedy. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton this past Tuesday exhorted his Twitter followers to send money to unspecified “Members of the Clinton Foundation Community” to “help in Haiti” — even as Haitians were organizing rallies against the Foundation’s previous effort there. (The tweet is viewable HERE.)
Adding urgency to the appeal, the tweet featured a disaster-porn satellite photo of Hurricane Matthew flushing the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere down the familiar toilet-swirl of a Caribbean storm.
Some of those Twitter followers were not impressed with the Foundation’s record of “help.” Read on …
My documentary Behind the Fear: The Hidden Story of HIV is being screened in Los Angeles and Toronto [in] October 2016. I would love for all of you to attend if you’re available. My producer, Esther Ancrum, and I will be doing Q&As after each screening. . . .
September 29, 2016–In a story published HERE today in “The Truth Barrier,” “How Positive Are You” co-host Elizabeth Ely responds to the already-established, but false, meme of “watered-down drugs.” This is a rare glimpse behind the “emotional blackmail” of AIDS propaganda and into the Clinton Foundation’s “partnerships” in the Third World.
It’s “not a pretty thing when you look into it much.” So wrote Joseph Conrad about the conquest of colonial Africa, nearly 100 years ago. (Please help fund “The Truth Barrier’s” journalism of this type HERE.)
September 13, 2016–Wait for it . . . about halfway through . . . Charles Ortel, who is not an AIDS dissident, nonetheless tells “How Positive Are You” co-host David Crowe that the Clinton Foundation likely runs a mere drug-dumping operation in poor countries, with no evidence of medical followup and infrastructure.
No surprise here. The Atlantic unknowingly revealed the dismal, panic-creating mission of the Foundation in its “This Is Not Charity” article of October 2007: “[T]he foundation was offering a business proposition to generic drug companies: If we get you the demand, can you get us the supply?”
Listen at “The Infectious Myth” on the Progressive Radio Network.
September 8, 2016–A veteran BBC journalist and medical documentary filmmaker is calling for protests this Saturday night in London after BuzzFeed News reported yesterday that the Portobello Film Festival pulled this weekend’s screening of her film “Positive Hell.” This award-winning documentary tells the stories of five long-term survivors of an “HIV-positive” diagnosis living in Spain.
Producer and narrator Joan Shenton asks the protesters to meet outside the film festival at 8:30 p.m., half an hour before the original screening time, at the The KPH, 139 Ladbroke Grove, London. Read on …