I am an Italian 39 year old man, married, with two children. I have been working for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) since 2000, here in Rome.
Some years ago the UN started a massive campaign of 'information' about HIV/AIDS in all its agencies. I attended a one-day training in July 2005. I want to highlight the fact that in that period I did not know of you, had not read your book yet, nor was I informed of the existence of another hypothesis about AIDS.
During the above mentioned training I had a strange feeling; I felt that their target was to convince us of the absolute necessity to do the HIV test. Not only once, because: "Unfortunately there is the possibility of false negatives". And more: "If you have tested negative it is better to re-do the test after a couple of years because things happen!" (He was talking about sexual intercourse!)
After this "training", I was really scared, but I kept on feeling something very strange about it. I thought that they just wanted to have as many people as possible to go for the test. But I did not understand why -- until I read your book, last year, which gave me many answers.
Another point: This training was "mandatory" for all UN staff. Why "mandatory"?
Why not to do a mandatory training on the correlation between smoking cigarettes and cancer, on abuse of alcohol, of drugs? In Italy eight thousand people die every year from problems caused by pollution due to cars. Nothing is being done for this. FIAT is one of the biggest cars producers, based in Italy!
Then I also discovered that a new division was created in WFP, named "HIV/AIDS". I do not really know what they do, but I do not understand why we should not create other divisions for all the diseases killing hundred thousand people every year.
If you wish to publish my letter, or part of it, please do not share my name, I think the organization where I work would not like it! (I do not even bring your book in the office, I understood it is better for my career.)
Thank you so much for your attention to my letter, and please accept my best congratulations for your work.
Best Regards, Anonymous Italian
Thanks for your informative letter. It does confirm the global manipulation of the HIV-AIDS dogma once again.
Have a look at the new "$bn AIDS Quiz" at duesberg.com. It may shed some light on your 'unanswerable', in any simple sense, question.
Saluti and stay in touch, Peter D.
Peter Duesberg is a professor in the department of molecular and cell biology at the University of California (Berkeley), and a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences.