David Rasnick is a scientist who knows a lot about AIDS and cancer.
As somebody who lives on the African continent, I have witnessed the devastation of AIDS.
Or have I?
David argues that AIDS does not exist in the way we’ve been led to believe. He says that no virus is required for the immunodeficiency syndrome known as ‘AIDS’.
He takes it a step further by suggesting that HIV does not exist outside of a computer.
There are eerily strong parallels between AIDS and COVID-19, especially since both relied heavily on PCR tests (which are unfit for purpose). And both are a collection of typical symptoms caused by numerous factors without the necessity for a pathogen.
Page 17 and 18 of former South African president Thabo Mbeki’s 2001 AIDS report is of particular interest.
In other words, what has been killing people is everything else, including antiretroviral drugs (like AZT). Perhaps Mbeki was correct when he stated that “AIDS is a disease of poverty”.
The 2009 award-winning documentary, House Of Numbers, is worth watching because it dismantles the AIDS narrative.
I find David’s arguments extremely compelling.
David’s brilliant opinion piece that he cites, The Tyranny Of Dogma, is worth reading. It essentially points out that we must be aware of “trusting the science”.
Never “trust the science”.
Anybody who claims to have a monopoly on truth is no longer acting in the spirit of science but rather in the spirit of dogma.
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