The HIV/AIDS Controversy

April 23, 1984: Cancer and virus researcher Robert Gallo and US Health Secretary Margaret Heckler announcing that “the probable cause of AIDS” had been found (video).

Published: December 2020
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Scientific papers, articles and documentaries on the HIV/AIDS controversy.

A. Scientific Papers and Articles

A1. The chemical hypothesis (Duesberg)

A2. The syphilis hypothesis

A3. The oral polio vaccine hypothesis

A4. Websites on HIV/AIDS skepticism

B. Documentaries

B1. House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic (2010)

Summary: “What is HIV? What is AIDS? What is being done to cure it? The HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten, and this is the first film to present the uncensored views of many of the major players.”

Year: 2010; Duration: 90m; Director: Brent Leung; See alsoOfficial website; Backup: Bitchute

Criticism: A critical review of the documentary and its claims (Wikipedia)

B2. Syphilis in the AIDS Era (1994)

Summary: “A documentary on the theory of latent syphilis as an unrecognized cause of AIDS. Originally produced by Colman Jones for the ‘Toronto: Living with AIDS Project’ starting back in 1990. The series won a MacLean-Hunter Lizzie Award in the Current Affairs category, received an Ontario Cable Television Association (OCTA) award, and was later rebroadcast in 1994 on the Rogers TV community cable channels in Toronto and Vancouver.

Year: 1994; Duration: 60 min.; Director: Colman Jones; See also: Syphilis-AIDS theory

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B3. The Origins of AIDS (2004)

Summary: “Did scientists inadvertently cause the AIDS epidemic? More than 20 years after the AIDS epidemic started, we still do not know its origins. Many believe that the answer is hidden in the research undertaken to find a cure to the polio epidemic. As the scientific community’s ethical responsibilities are called into question, the debate over the origins of AIDS rages on.”

Year: 2004; Duration: 90 min.; Director: Peter Chappell; See also: Wikipedia article

B4. Positively False – Birth of a Heresy (2012)

Summary: “Positively False – Birth of a Heresy traces the challenge over the past 25 years to the scientific orthodoxy which maintains that HIV is the cause of AIDS. Joan Shenton reaches back to 1987 through her extensive archive of broadcast and non-broadcast video material and combines it with current footage. She shows how dissident scientists, journalists and activists have voiced their concerns about the way the infectious hypothesis for AIDS took over from the toxic one and highlights the impact the dogma surrounding a viral cause for AIDS has had on people’s lives.”

Year: 2012; Duration: 90 min.; Director: Joan Shenton; See also: Website/Book

C. Operation “Denver”: KGB and Stasi Disinformation

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