Charles Ortleb, the author of Truth to Power, discusses Rebecca Culshaw’s scathing critique of the HIV theory of AIDS. Culshaw who is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas and the author ofScience Sold Out, has published several journal articles about the mathematical modeling of HIV immunology. After working for a decade on HIV, Culshaw came to the conclusion that the HIV/AIDS hypothesis is untenable and the cause of a reign of terror and discrimination against the gay and black communities.
Charles Ortleb is the world’s first newspaper publisher and editor to take the intertwined epidemics of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome seriously. He has become the leading expert on the political relationship between Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AIDS. His growing list of podcasts take you deep inside the dark jungle of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome science, politics, and fraud. Click shows below to begin listening. And please come back. Here you’ll find a ton of things you never knew or thought about.
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