1. @nnie says:

    What you ‘guys’ are doing is AWESOME & I THANK YOU, not only from myself, but from everyone here in SOUTH AFRICA & our entire continent – especially the innocent victims of this calculated & blatant GENOCIDAL LIE!

    HIPPOCRATES must cringe each time he witnesses all those who KNOWINGLY &/or IGNORANTLY break their oath: “I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone. I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan…”

    With love & light,
    @nnie … praying that the TRUTH prevails sooner rather than later.

    Posted on: November 26, 2008 | 11:53 am
  2. Mario C says:

    Excellent interview. How bout phoning up Montagnier and allowing him to elucidate on his position on HIV and AIDS, because he seems so schizophrenic about it from time to time. I doubt he would agree to it, but hey, wouldn’t hurt to make the offer, n’est pas?

    Posted on: December 10, 2008 | 1:39 pm
  3. startanew says:

    You guys are nothing short of saviors.

    Your podcasts/websites/books/etc. have allowed many to regain their lives and live in sanity once again.

    I am an avid supporter of this site and anxiously direct those to it who may lack awareness to the many issues surrounding the fraudulent HIV=AIDS hypothesis.

    I look forward to the day when the world can be freed from such a debacle and will forever question any/everything that is imposed upon us.

    I send my LOVE, my SUPPORT & many, many THANK YOU’S 2 you guys.

    Because of U, I’m much, much wiser.

    Because of U, I’m much, much stronger.

    Because of U, I am free. LOL.

    Sounds like alot, but it’s true.

    May you guys ENDURE to the end.

    Posted on: December 12, 2008 | 3:35 pm
  4. apositivethinker says:

    History repeats itself…do you still remember the time of Galileo where he was denied by many prominent people and that even includes the Roman Catholic church?
    People could not just let go with something that is been there throughout the years specially when it’s advocated with so called experts and prominent people.
    But what happened to Galileo’s claim? We all know that he is now the father of modern Science. Let’s wait a little more time untill the fortress of HIV/AIDS advocate is broken, I am very positive that one day it will happen. It may take slow, but I myself would continue to support the founder of this site together with all the people who believe that HIV is a mere theory!
    Thank you very much for the dessimination of this information, I don’t know if I am the first person who support this belief here in the Philippines.

    Posted on: December 13, 2008 | 1:18 am
  5. MonkeyBoy says:

    Meds saved my life. Whether or not HIV is the cause of an immune deficiency – or whether the tests are accurate. I know from life experience (having a conclusive test followed by an inconclusive) that what I have is something and it severely compromised my immune system to the point of near death. Meds saved my life.

    Posted on: December 29, 2008 | 3:27 pm
  6. Gos says:

    Good for you, MonkeyBoy.

    Christine saved mine.

    Thanks, Christine. We’ll miss ya!

    — Gos

    Posted on: January 12, 2009 | 3:04 am
  7. OutGrowing says:

    Really enjoy listening to these Podcasts. I want to thank Celia and David for the work I know they will for us, now that Christine is at rest. In the beginning of June I will have been off the ARV poisons for FIVE YEARS… Thanks to Christine and Robin. I’m in Very Good physical condition for 54 years old, and considering I took the meds for 14 years including High dose AZT and the dreaded DDI, both of which almost killed me. Hearing Jim talk about the old days sounds strange, as it seems to me that it wasn’t so long ago. The whacky times of AIDS just have become a sick joke, for those of us who really do Get It about what’s actually made us ill. I was blessed in that I didn’t know many who died during those early times. I still wonder about the brief reading I had where a hypothesis on Vaccinations that were given by the local health departments in bath houses in the mid 80’s for HEP B were the cause of AIDS. Can you do a pod cast on that subject and include Jim in the conversation? I bet he recalls those Free Vaccinations. Many Many Thanks for keeping Christine’s torch lit. With Warm Aloha from Hawaii – Jim Allegretti

    Posted on: March 12, 2009 | 8:35 pm
  8. GrimReaper says:

    A drug free culture is the answer. But don’t let anyone hear that I said so.

    Posted on: May 21, 2011 | 1:31 am
  9. Jim says:

    This is an excellent program! It’s kind of like networking around a gauntlet of misinformation from doctors and the media to get to the truth (“fact smuggling”). I’ve also noticed, in a NY Times article
    how cancer testing failures seem to resemble current hiv testing protocols – check out the links in the article to go deeper into the quagmire:

    also, e-patient Dave deBronkart’s revelation about how he found a cure for his cancer through networking with other cancer patients online – a cure that no hospital, or his dr even knew about – adds credence to patient advocacy, self efficacy, internal locus of control, vicarious learning, and empowerment to decide. Here’s his presentation at TED:

    Thank you!


    Posted on: July 9, 2011 | 6:48 pm
  10. poetx says:

    Such valuable information! It’s unfortunate that one must seek this out rather than having it be “common knowledge” or more readily available.

    I’ve tried to follow “alternative” theories on AIDS since the days it was still called “GRID” and the media hype began. Once the “HIV myth” became the mainstream “answer,” the critical and scientific objectivity that one expects in the media vanished.

    (A crucial observation by an interviewee on “The Robert Scott Bell Show” [available on YouTube and another excellent source for truth rather than the “Santa Claus science” of Gallo, et al] notes how the CDC and the medical hierarchy in this country is overseen by the military and shares its “follow orders, do not question” mentality — a comment made almost casually, but which seems to me to be a very integral part of how this debacle has been foisted on us.)

    Again, my thanks and, if I may, the thanks of those I’ve known who can no longer be here with me to thank you themselves.

    Posted on: December 6, 2011 | 4:19 am
  11. stupidgenius says:

    I’m a long time listener and I do agree with one listener you mentioned that the sound quality is uneven. The skype is quite clear though, so use that! Keep up the good work.

    Posted on: March 5, 2012 | 1:38 pm
  12. markus says:

    Thank you both Elizabeth and David !
    I listen to the podcasts religiously.
    This Sunday I’m attending a memorial service of a friend and erotic partner who died recently of “liver ‘cancer’ . I told my friend a couple years ago about the alternatives to the “HIV” cocktail.
    While I’m grieved to have lost my friend, I can live with a clear conscience that I warned him and let him know about his alternatives. Unfortunately, he fell for the propaganda about the “T” cell count being the ultimate marker for his health , even though he had little ‘presenting’ illness HIV related.
    thank you for your broadcasts!
    I think we can forgive the lacking sound quality from the broadcast on 2/17/12, and listen to the content.

    Posted on: March 7, 2012 | 1:35 pm
  13. Casi says:

    Thanx to all of you guys for this site! People in germany are stuck in the 80ยดs about the hiv/ aids facts. It is good to know that there are many people who think what i think. After 11 years being positive without drugs…(and feeling wonderful) there are many alternative ways to keep the virus flat โ€“ at least being positive in our minds. Be blessed with love from Berlin.

    Posted on: March 14, 2012 | 1:49 pm
  14. AnthonyL says:

    David Crowe is one of the best public spokesman for truth in AIDS science, who can deliver the facts in a very concise and informative way, as this interview shows. Anyone who heard this broadcast or listens to it now will be well informed on the other side of the coin from the scientifically absurd ideology peddled by the HIV/AIDS funding system and if they understand it and take it to heart they will be saved from being sucked into this dangerous pantomime – see today for an overall view of the absurdity of standard HIV/AIDS thinking followed by 25,000 people gathered in Washington this week.

    Posted on: July 23, 2012 | 3:29 pm
  15. Chicano81 says:

    You guys are doing such a great thing. They had me in fear of this disease much like all of my friends and family that HIV was 100% real! That all the tests don’t lie. Your podcasts along with the life stories of real survivors and scientists who think and question the existence and origins of HIV are an inspiration. I never thought to even question the existence of it because like like so many others we’re just brainwashed into believing that what we hear in Mainstream media and going with the flow. Im not seropositive but my heart goes out to a those that are or a made to believe they are. Godspeed all of you! Thanks so much for what this website serves as. Especially Christina…

    Posted on: August 7, 2012 | 2:28 pm
  16. Martin Barnes says:

    I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the latest podcast with Henry. Henry’s views on the scientific method (not) are interesting, and then Beth’s comment on the blossoming field of vitamins and natural medicine where so much is being learned– but it is ignored by the mainstream. There are apparently two streams of information with little crossover.

    By the way, Beth’s quips that she throws in are all really great and on the mark. Keep it up.

    Posted on: January 16, 2013 | 7:17 pm
  17. Charles Geshekter says:

    [Episode 61 (Defending Baby Rico)] is a superb, riveting and incredibly revealing interview.
    It goes to show, yet again (regardless of its actual human costs) how religiously devoted and unyielding the medical and pharmaceutical professions are to HIV fundamentalism. — Dr. Charles Geshekter

    Posted on: April 26, 2013 | 6:39 pm
  18. Joan Shenton says:

    I’ve just heard [Podcast 61 (Defending Baby Rico)] and was bowled over by it. Elizabeth does a great job chairing it everybody in it has to be congratulated. It is an immensely important document and, as Celia said, it represents “Rico power” in no uncertain terms. Thank you David for making it possible to share it through “How Positive Are You?”.

    Posted on: April 26, 2013 | 6:42 pm
  19. Kurtis Hagen says:

    I listened to the HPV show last night. Great topic. Well done. I hope you do more like this. Here’s why: A major source of resistance to any idea that radically challenges conventional thinking on a topic that is regarded as scientific (such as the view that HIV causes AIDS) is the level of public trust in science, and in the community of scientists who conduct the research that is thought to inform the reigning “scientific consensus.” One of the reasons I was open enough to even listen to what AIDS dissidents had to say was that I already had other reasons to doubt that the so-called “community of scientists” reason and behave in an unbiased and truly scientific way. So, my own introspection suggests to me that establishing the vulnerability of science to becoming skewed is critically important to getting a fair hearing on a topic like rethinking AIDS.

    Posted on: February 9, 2014 | 1:59 pm
  20. Michael says:

    I have been listening to your podcast on and off for about 9 months to a year now. I have found it to be very insightful.

    I think you guys are great. Keep up the good work.

    Posted on: September 8, 2014 | 7:20 pm
  21. Troy says:

    I want to note to you personally how much I deeply appreciate all the work you guys are doing, keeping HPAY alive and every expanding in bringing in fantastic guests who are experts and have incredible experiences that are full of enlightenment. To know there are truth seekers and thinkers who are on their quests for deeper understanding and sharing valuable knowledge to help us all on our paths to well being is a godsend.

    As the truth unfolds, it’s incredibly frightening, and I understand why when I attempt to discuss with friends they cannot listen nor have any interest in looking past what they already have been told or what they think they know. I am finding so many do not want to spend any time reviewing new updated info which has me baffled. We could all beat this and say no to testing, demand a review and open discussion of the facts in a public forum.. But I think the crux of the situation is this :Most people never want to have to admit they are wrong, from the top doctors, officials, ‘experts’ in HIV and health, to the common person.
    The deceivers do not want to affect their cash flow, and the common person has been so dumbed down they do not think they can think for themselves anymore.

    I’m keeping the faith that there is an way to maneuver thru this minefield and HPAY is helping to bring that landscape into focus.

    Posted on: February 8, 2015 | 10:47 am
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