everfalling at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 17:27:19 PST 2012
oh man you were really close to calling someone sheeple, weren't you? sooo
close. I like all that appeal to authority you got going though. I'll just
go and take your word for i-ooooh you almost got me. Come back with peer
reviewed papers that shows the scientific community as whole has started to
accept this hypothesis of yours and then we'll talk.
On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 5:18 PM, cynthia lee <cynthia.jeanne.lee at gmail.com>wrote:
> I would like to clarify/discuss Le Tigre's comments. I invited Dr.
> Duesberg, of U C Berkeley to come speak here. Dr. Duesberg is a tenured
> professor who began publishing on the issue of the etiology of AIDS in the
> 1980's. His career and research leaves one with a strong impression that he
> actually is an expert on the life form that HIV happens to be. He is
> certain it cannot cause AIDS. At this time, his opinion is backed by no
> less than 3 Nobel laureates in chemistry, including the one whose research
> developed the test for HIV. Take that you fucking lying Big Pharma, Nazi
> bastards. He is allegedly "antihomosexual". But that sounds like it could
> be the product of a disinformation campaign. He is speaking at the
> Orthomolecular Medicine conference here in SF in February.
> I have personally lost friends to AIDS. I am angry that they were deprived
> of a chance to live. I practiced medicine for over 20 years (without ever
> being sued) before I figured out the textbooks were cooked. That insight is
> the result of spending months in a major medical library pulling up the
> research papers that certain assertions were based on in reference to the
> epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of two major sleep disorders. So, it
> is not such a large stretch to understand that major health issues were
> being deliberately misrepresented in order that financial elites can make
> money off of everyone.
> One of my last public acts in Texas, before being stalked out, was
> testifying before the Texas legislature that their medical licensing board
> was being run by Big Pharma. That licensing board is now in federal court
> on constitutional violations (a very big deal as usually physicians cannot
> fight back effectively). One of my most courageous public acts was to
> attempt to sue the state court system in Texas for major human rights
> violations, only to be sold out by my attorneys. Maybe hanging around
> Noisebridge keeping the kitchen clean isn't a very productive use of my
> time but, like I've told ya'll at the general meetings, I will do what I
> can to help the community while some of you help to keep the Internet
> community open for free speech.
> Will, I was just trying to decide if I should come wake you up since you
> keep falling asleep in the chair while using your computer. You had made
> such a big point of it being so wrong for people to fall asleep here at one
> of the general meetings. It was , at first, entertaining that you would
> claim you were not asleep....then, I figured out that anyone caught
> sleeping could just claim that they only had their eyes closed.
> Cynthia Jeanne Lee MD
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