In honor of the memories of Nobel prize winner Kary Mullis (1944-2019), researcher and gay rights activist Hank Wilson (1947-2008), writer and activist Christine Maggiore (1956-2008), journalist Terry Michael (1947-2017), journalist Liam Scheff (d. 2017), and biomedical researcher David Crowe (d. 2020) who worked ceaselessly and courageously to expose the numerous frauds of Anthony Fauci and his fellow conspirators in the HIV=AIDS industry.
This is the story they would have us believe.
A deadly new virus is discovered…there’s no treatment or cure…it’s highly contagious…everyone is a potential victim…the world is at risk from asymptomatic super spreaders…new clusters of cases reported daily…
Everyone must get tested even though the tests are unreliable…positive antibody tests are called “infections” and “cases” even when the patient has no symptoms…every politician gets involved…media hysteria in high gear…activists demand salvation from government and Big Pharma…
AIDS in the 1980s.
Every single fraud technique being used today to “sell” CoVid hysteria was invented in the 1980s and 1990s by Tony Fauci to sell the AIDS fraud.
Are you surprised to hear AIDS called a fraud? You won’t be after you see this film.
This is the first and only film to put Fauci where he belongs: squarely in the middle of the AIDS fraud story.
Demolishing the AIDS fraud is one of the keys to undermining the CoVid Con and it will save millions of lives here in the US, in Africa and around the world.
AIDS – A Second Opinion (2001), Gary Null & Associates
AIDS Inc. (2007), Gary Null
AIDS: The Unheard Voices (Dispatches series) (1987), Meditel Productions/Joan Shenton
AZT: Cause for Concern (Dispatches series) (1991), Meditel Productions/Joan Shenton
Deconstructing the Myth of AIDS (2003), Gary Null
House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic (2009), Brent W. Leung
Perspectives on the Pandemic (Episodes 3, 4, 5) (2020), Journeyman Pictures/Libby Handros & John Kirby
The Age of AIDS (Frontline) (2006), PBS/Renata Simone
The Other Side of AIDS (2004), Robin Scovill