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Videos On AIDS

Jan 27, 2007

Lee Evans, who won two Olympic Gold Medals and held three long-standing world records in track and field, discusses the myriad of problems with the HIV tests that are incorrectly diagnosing people as HIV-Positive, including the fact that the tests have never been validated, that there can be as many as 90% false...


Jan 24, 2007

A BBC documentary exposes how the city of New York has been forcing HIV positive children under its supervision to be used as human guinea pigs in tests for experimental AIDS drug trials. All of the children in the program were under the legal guidance of the city's child welfare department, the Administration for...


Jan 24, 2007

The Other Side of AIDS gives voice to a growing movement of doctors, scientists, journalists, and HIV positives who reveal a tangled web of conflicts of interest, political correctness and unresolved errors surrounding AIDS. After 20 years and more than $150 billion in federally funded research, scientists still...


Jan 22, 2007

In 2000, the XIII International AIDS Conference took place in Durban, South Africa. Documentary filmmaker Robin Scovill was there, interviewing people on both sides of the question about AIDS, HIV, and the anti-retroviral medications that President Mbeki was refusing to allow into his country. You may be shocked...


Jan 21, 2007

The Big Question is a one-hour TV program in South Africa, featuring a heated debate between Dr. David Rasnick and Professor Sam Mhlongo against two spokesmen for the AIDS Establishment. The topic is the efficacy of anti-retroviral drugs. Near the beginning, reporters are interviewing people in South Africa on...