GUEST 1: David Crowe is the President of the Alberta Reappraising AIDS and ReThinking AIDS, whose website he hosts at the www.ReThinkingAIDS.com website, a science and news resource on all international research and commentary challenging the current HIV/AIDS model. He is also the former president and treasurer for the Green Party in Alberta Canada. David hosts the radio show “The Infectious Myth” on the Progressive Radio Network every Tuesday at 2:00 pm Eastern time.
Guest 2: John Lauritsen is a retired market research analyst, author and gay liberationist and activist and currently the founder and head of Pagan Press, which publishes books that reach the gay community. Earlier John wrote for the New York Native where he argued against the science behind HIV and AIDS and raised questions concerning the safety of AZT. More recently he is best known for his theoretical book, The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein which explores whether the real author of the novel by that name was written by Percy Bysshe Shelley and not his wife Mary. John’s website is PaganPressBooks.com/ JPL where you can find a collection of his essays on AIDS, gay liberation and other subjects.
Guest 3: Charles Ortleb is a journalist, novelist and filmmaker who gained notoriety as the publisher of the gay biweekly New York Native between 1980 and 1996. The Native was the first major publication to take the AIDS epidemic seriously and question the AIDS hypothesis. the publication brought many important individuals such as Peter Duesberg to public attention. Rolling Stone journalist David Black claimed Chuck’s New York Native deserved a Pulitzer and New York Times called in “visionary.” Chuck has also written several novels, plays. Celia Farber has called his novel Iron Peter, the “animal farm of the AIDS era.” His most recent book is a history of the early AIDS era from a real pioneer and insider — “Truth to Power: The New York Native 1980-1996” You can find more information about Chuck and his books and writings at CharleOrtleb.com