No evidence of   ‘HIV’ transmission

  No reliable evidence has ever been presented, for the Sexual Transmission of ‘HIV/AIDS’.

  Note that all the references presented [...] in the answer, are related to the US Department of Health and Human Services. No objective source.

  They have been shaping ‘AIDS science’ ever since the official ‘HIV/AIDS’ proclamation, during the Reagan administration, 1984 April 24th, presented by the US Secretary of Health and Human Services. An international press conference in the National Academy of Sciences auditorium packed with journalists and television crews.

  “The journalists reporting this event didn’t notice the telltale signs that there was something fishy about the occasion. An obvious anomaly was that the announcement was made prior to publication of the articles presenting the evidence. A firm rule of scientific publication bans this practice. [...]”

  The subject of Michael Crichton’s latest book, In State of Fear, is the subversion of science in behalf of sociopolitical agendas. In a recent speech, he said that “the greatest challenge facing mankind is the challenge of distinguishing reality from fantasy, truth from propaganda.”

  “some scientists (and increasing numbers, in some fields) have been seduced away from truth-telling into the exciting realms of policy-making and mass persuasion”

  In State of Fear, one of the characters tells the hero that “the military-industrial complex is no longer the primary driver of society… For the last 15 years we have been under the control of an entirely new complex, far more powerful and far more pervasive. I call it the politico-legal-media complex ... And it is dedicated to promoting fear in the population, under the guise of promoting safety.”

How can a male human contract HIV from a female human, in a detail physiological explanation, during unprotected sexual vaginal intercourse? Google Answer,
with a comment by Gilles St-Pierre for, January 2005.

Safe Sex Notice

  Of course, people everywhere should be encouraged to behave more thoughtfully in their sexual lives. They should be provided with reliable counseling about condom use, contraception, family planning and venereal diseases. But whether in Cameroon or California, sex education must no longer be distorted by terrifying, dubious misinformation that equates sex with death.

Writing about the African AIDS hoax, this is the conclusion of the article Myths of AIDS and Sex, by Charles L. Geshekter, New African, October 1994.
Dr. Charles L. Geshekter is a professor of African history at the California State University, Chico.

  there has been the assumption in both scientific and lay communities that vaginal HIV transmission does commonly exists, [...] the basis for that assumption rests on data that are unacceptably weak or flawed. The need for sexual change that has been claimed by public health and other authorities is not supported by the scientific data

Brody S, Lack of Evidence for Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Through Vaginal Intercourse, Archives of Sexual Behavior 1995;24(4): 383-393.

Stuart Brody, Professor of Medical Psychology at the University of Tubingen, Germany, also wrote Sex at risk, Transaction Publishers, 1997, 222 pages. Sex at Risk is a review of the scientific literature dealing with the transmission of AIDS. Like Michael Fumento’s The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS, it exposes the mythology surrounding vaginal intercourse and AIDS transmission.

  “Nobody wants to look at the facts about the disease. It’s the most extraordinary thing I’ve ever seen. I’ve sent countless letters to medical journals pointing out the epidemiological discrepancies and they simply ignore them . . .
  this whole heterosexual AIDS thing is a hoax.”

Dr Gordon Stewart, emeritus professor of epidemiology, University of Glasgow, and former AIDS advisor to the World Health Organisation, as quoted by Professor Hiram Caton in AIDS Mania, a charisma of hoax,1995.

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