Uplifting news on the search for a cure …
More bad news from https://www.facebook.com/groups/RethinkingAIDS/
A young guy has just posted:
I have stopped meds. Like almost a month ago. Just havent been able to post it here. And I feel great. Cleaned my liver. Detoxicating myself. N eating more healthy than ever. N I have a very supportive bf.
29 comments follow applauding his crazy decision let his health fall of a cliff.
One particularly deranged member’s comments caught my eye:
“… based on the information we have all shared on here most of us have CD4 count less than 200 but are as healthy as can be. Remember how this industry is one sided, if such research is to be done I dont’ think it will ever be shared…. A CD4 count can’t be done on an individual unless there is an HIV diagnosis.”
Where do I start? WBC test can’t be done unless someone has HIV? CD4 count of under 200 is healthy!!
Crowe and gang will be delirious with happiness, as they have another poster boy to whose face they can plaster all about the internet.
Dame Joan Shenton’s latest effort in mass deception is premiered in London tomorrow evening:
Inspite of the glossy poster and the impressive sounding sub-domain, this is a rehash of old interviews with the usual suspects and some new footage. I guess a few wierdos and conspiracy theorists will be taken in by the fragrant Dame Joan. More worryingly some HIV sufferers may be persuaded to stop treatment. Shenton should be prosecuted and exposed as a liar. What a sick and malicious woman, cynically showing the film in one of the most deprived parts of the capital where the rates of HIV infection are particular accute.
On another matter I see that the “Living Without HIV Drugs” website still has testimonies of dead people claiming to be alive. Its remarkable that the people behind this website haven’t got round to editing it. Perhaps they are dead too ?
Brian Carter’s CD4 count is 4.
The personalities behind this shadowy organisation have fallen out.
The conference is cancelled.
It must have taken a lot of organising to find an hotel with so many padded rooms.
Clark Baker is claiming his 37th success in court. He lives in Perry Masonesque fantasy world. Poor Clarkie. What a looser!