International communities of scientists have been questioning the origin of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) for decades. Not only have they questioned the origin, but the shocking reality that HIV may not even be the cause of AIDS at all. Winner of a best documentary feature, House of Numbers rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is based and how the story of this so-called “disease” is being rewritten.
From all evidence gathered from orthodox HIV experts, there is no agreement on what HIV looks like, how it kills human cells, how the virus is isolated, how one confirms an HIV test, how drugs should be used to treat it, whether co-factors are necessary, or if our own immune systems can beat it all on their own.
Hundreds of thousands are administered HIV tests worldwide by public health agencies, hospitals, and clinics every year. The spurious tests are used to inform patients whether they are ‘HIV negative,’ or ‘HIV positive,’ in which case they are told they have a fatal disease (AIDS), and must begin a regime of dangerous medicines.
An international nonprofit scientific organization Rethinking AIDS gave its full support in late 2008 to 37 senior researchers, medical doctors and legal professionals who are requesting that the medical journal Science withdraw four seminal papers on HIV authored by Dr. Robert Gallo–papers widely touted as proof that HIV is the “probable cause of AIDS.” An online posting of the letter can be found here.
The letter to the journal came at a time when the microbiology world was buzzing about Gallo’s omission from the 2008 Nobel Prize in medicine for the discovery of HIV, contrary to an international agreement that the two teams should share credit. French scientists Drs. Luc Montagnier and Francoise Barre-Sinoussi are instead to be given the award, a decision that also implicitly questions the scientific integrity of Gallo’s claim of the discovery. Montagnier, however, admitted on camera more than a decade ago that his experiments did not purify any virus.
Toxicologist and pathologist Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati, PhD, has stated that HIV appears to be a harmless virus both in the in vivo and the in vitro settings. The agents and factors according to Al-Bayati include examples such as heavy ancillary use of glucocorticoids and other immunosuppressive agents, exposure to drugs and corticosteroids in utero, and release of endogenous cortisol.