by Mike Adams

the Health Ranger
May 03, 2010
from NaturalNews Website

 

The global AIDS epidemic being pushed by the AIDS industry is a fraud.

 

Key pioneers from the industry now speak out against "the false marketing of the AIDS epidemic" in an exclusive video clip from the highly controversial documentary House of Numbers (www.HouseOfNumbers.com).

Watch the clip:

 

 


 

 


"It was a total fraud"


In this video clip, you'll see Dr Joe Sonnabend, co-founder of amfAR (The Foundation for AIDS Research) explain how the organization committed fraud by hyping up the risk of AIDS in order to get more money from Washington.

"One day one of the networks had received a press release from us, and the press release said that heterosexual AIDS is about to happen, that straight men are going to drop in droves... And I said that's B.S. where'd you get that from? It was a total fraud and scam. It was a fundraising ploy," says Dr Joe Sonnabend.

 

"But it was so efficient that it resulted in a LIFE Magazine cover which said 'No one is safe from AIDS'... Once he put out this scare, the money started to flow. It really did."

Brent Leung, director of the House of Numbers film, then asks Dr Sonnabend,

"Isn't that ethically wrong to scare an entire population?"

"What do you think?" answers Dr Sonnabend. "You live in this world you know that's exactly what they do."

By the way, do you note the similarity between AIDS non-profit fundraising fraud and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure fundraising fraud we've exposed here on NaturalNews?

 

For both groups, it's always about the money, and the same thing is true with most other disease non-profit groups. Also in this clip, you'll see journalist Mark Conlan describing how the Wall Street Journal exposed the fundraising fraud behind the AIDS industry.

Journalist Celia Farber also appears in this exclusive clip, saying,

"It's a culture of P.R. A public relations phenomenon. The truth doesn't matter. What matters is the image... The reality is that AIDS is over."

AIDS, in other words, is no longer a threat to the world at large, and certainly not a threat to heterosexual men.

 

But the AIDS front groups want to keep spreading fear in order to unlock more fundraising dollars that will pad their own pockets. So the fear mongering continues, the fraud continues and the truth gets swept under the rug.

What truth is that?

 

That the "worldwide AIDS epidemic" is now largely a fictional construct created by,

...to sell AIDS drugs that cause the very immunological suppression blamed on the disease.

 

AIDS drugs, in other words, cause the symptoms of AIDS and thus they become a self-fulfilling prophecy to any person who dares take them.

 

 

Get the House of Numbers DVD


At long last, House of Numbers may be pre-ordered for its upcoming DVD release. You can reserve your copy of this remarkable, mind-blowing film right now by visiting www.HouseOfNumbers.com

This deluxe edition DVD also features hours of special features and behind-the-scenes footage. Shipped on three DVDs, this deluxe edition includes 24 featurettes covering:

HIV Testing
HIV Testing 101
The History and Evolution of HIV Testing
The Morphing Fine Print of HIV Test Package Inserts
The Changing Criteria of Western Blot Testing
False Positives: Causes and Factors
Deciphering Test Results for False Positives
Examining the "Gold Standard" for HIV Diagnostic Tests
HIV Testing in High Risk Versus Low Risk Populations
HIV Testing Campaigns

AIDS
The Bangui Definition - A Closer Look
Bangui Redux: Abidjan and Caracas
The Growing Family of AIDS Marker Diseases and Indicators
The Clinicians' Dilemma: Dr. Anthony Fauci and Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine
1993 - CDC Adds the CD4 T-Cell Count Marker
1997 - CDC Tables 11 and 12: Addition by Subtraction

"Why I Began Questioning HIV" - Five Skeptic's Stories
Dr. Kary Mullis
Rian Malan
Neville Hodgkinson
Dr. Rodney Richards
Dr. Christian Fiala

A Second Look
Profile: Dr. Robert Gallo
Profile: Dr. Peter Duesberg
History of Fabricated Scares and The CDC
The Incarnation Children's Center: A Cautionary Tale