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I shelved the two posts about Poornami Wagh—for now. I’m on the road—I can’t quite stay on top of what is happening, and I don’t want to cause any damage.
Here is what Jon Rappoport replied to Steve Kirsch.
If there are significant updates I hope you will post them here.
If you all want me to put the posts back up so the arguments can continue, let me know and I will consider it.
But for now, let’s move on. By going back, in time.
This incident (in which Steve Kirsch played a very curious role, and I do mean curious) once again got us thinking about the matter of “viruses,” both “HIV” and “SARS Cov 2,” and whether they “exist” and are “real” meaning embody what Bill Gates calls “pathogenic potential.”
Negative Ions after a thunderstorm
The way I’d like to clean the slate now, is by setting the historical foundation right, for the significance events since, for starters, 1987-1993, in the war(s) that flourished then, over the above questions as pertained to “HIV.” This is for the benefit of those who are new to this matter, via the broadcasts and talks by primarily Tom Cowan and Andrew Kaufman, post-2020, about “viruses.”
I want you to know what happened before, many years ago. These events can cast underwater light on the current schism.
The first significant paper about HIV’s “existence” was by The Perth Group, (Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, Calendar Turner, and John Papadimitriou) and published in Harvey Bialy’s Bio/Technology, a sister journal to Nature, in 1993. It was titled: “Is A Positive Western Blot Proof of HIV Infection?” I wrote about this paper in SPIN (the column I edited and wrote Words From The Front, and was invited to re-publish it, with some additions, in Genetica, a hardcover edition. My point is, this paper was a watershed event.
Harvey Bialy would later be accused, (by the iso-revolutionaries,) of being a “Duesbergian,” as he was Duesberg’s scientific biographer. I’ve already told you he told me I was not smart enough to grasp the nuances of this debate and I also told you I was relieved because I find this matter oppressive. I feel it is designed, by both sides, never to be resolved.
Anybody interested in the deep (published, via scientific literature) history of the HIV wars will want to read Bialy’s book, Oncogenes, Aneuploidy & AIDS: A Scientific Life and Times of Peter H. Duesberg.
And here is a rabbit hole you could spend days in. You will say: “How come I never heard of any of this?” Over time, I will try to answer that. In short: Hundreds of millions of US Military (Public Health) dollars buys you a lot of violence against dissenting voices. Those are the stories I still want to tell.
There are hundreds, probably thousands, of unsung heroes. And we tend to only mention a few names.
My father used to quip: “Give me whiskey, I’ll tell you everything.”