In this video we review some controversial discussions about HIV and AIDS. Specifically does HIV cause AIDS? Dr Peter Duesberg is a Professor at UC Berkeley claims people can and do produce anti bodies against HIV, therefore HIV does not cuase AIDS, instead Duesberg claims recreational drug use destroyed the bodies immune response which coinsides with the discovery of HIV.
Also Dr Peter Duesberg claims the Anti Viral Drugs AIDS patients use to treat HIV are toxic such as Zidovudine (ZDV) also known as azidothymidine (AZT) which kill the patients healthy cells along with any virus, in addition to the cocain, methamphetamine and excessive alcohol use of the 1970’s & 1980’s.
The film tells the story of Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey), an AIDS patient diagnosed in the mid 1980s when HIV/AIDS treatments were under-researched, while the disease was not understood and highly stigmatized. As part of the experimental AIDS treatment movement, he smuggled unapproved pharmaceutical drugs into Texas for treating his symptoms, and distributed them to fellow people with AIDS by establishing the “Dallas Buyers Club” while facing opposition from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Also, we review many celebrities who live with the risk of catching HIV in the Porn Industry, and Hollywood, such as Lisa Ann, Charlie Sheen, jenny McCarthy, Michael Jordan ext.
Also, we listen to Dr Anthony Fauci who was also at the fore front of HIV/AIDS in the 1980-2020, and the Bill Gates Foundation who has been funding research in the fight against HIV/AIDS from 2000-2020…
We also hear news of how HIV AIDS research is used in research against Cancer. Specifically, GE Global Research release a video claiming to have a treatment using the HIV virus against Leukemia Cancer Cells.
Also, we learn about Gene Therapy which uses many kinds of viruses including HIV to alter the genetics of foods GMO, and Genetic defects in people as Medicine… We also learn Gene Therapy is used to create genetic defects against mosquitoes to limit the mosquitoes population.
In sum, we’ve learned alot about virues, and its not what we thought back in the 1980’s.