“Unfortunately, we’re liable to have a lot more people testing HIV-Positive as the new CDC recommendations take effect to test everyone for HIV,” Davis wrote us. “When you take an antibody test that’s already fraught with false positives and apply it to low-risk populations, the false positive rate is bound to skyrocket.”
The first site is www.HelpForHIV.com (or www.Help4HIV.com). This is meant to be a gentle introduction to get everyone to realize that their own test results may have been wrong, and to give them the opportunity to read and study the relevant scientific literature. It includes links to nearly 50 podcasts featuring recorded interviews from various dissident experts, videos, scientific papers and newspaper and magazine articles dealing specifically with the HIV tests and HIV drugs, books to buy, links to all the dissident websites and blogs, and even a questionnaire they can fill out to help us build a database for future legal action.
The second site is www.livingwithoutHIVdrugs.com, which is a growing number of true-life stories of HIV-Positives who are living healthy and happy lives without HIV medications.
The plan is to promote HelpForHIV.com in the coming weeks and months by direct contact with HIV-Positives through blogs and chatrooms and such, through radio interviews, Google and Yahoo ads, and hopefully even 30-second TV spots.
It is my hope that these new websites can attract a large number of HIV-Positives and help them learn the truth about the HIV tests and HIV drugs, and create a powerful community of support at the grassroots level to enable the kind of efforts that will be required over the next 3-5 years to bring down the AIDS establishment’s house of cards.
A special thanks to Christine Maggiore for her help in finding just exactly the right wording for HelpForHIV, and to Neville Hodgkinson and others who provided support and information to make the lists of papers and articles as complete as possible.
If you find anything that doesn’t work correctly as you surf through these new sites, please email me so I can correct it as quickly as possible.