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January 22, 2007


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Andrew Maniotis

An article appeared in today's NY Times that prompted the following letter, which is more than appropriate to share with all of you now.

Dear Ms. Kolata,

Thank you so much this morning for your article emphasizing false epidemics made through molecular testing (Faith in Quick Test Leads to Epidemic That Wasn’t; Gina Kolata, New York Times, January 22, 2007)

You might not remember my name, but my colleagues and I discovered vasculogenic mimicry (VM), a pathological finding first found in melanomas that could identify malignant disease, and which suggested that tumors make their own vascular channels independent of neoangiogenesis. The discovery of VM was significant, because it forewarned that my former boss, Judah Folkman's anti-angiogenesis idea would probably not work on
most solid malignant tumors.

Upon publication of the finding in The American Journal of Pathology, and its presentation in Science and a dozen other journals, our VM finding was attacked by the anti-angiogenesis industry and establishment, because these publications and the release of endostatin in 1999 occurred simultaneously. Since then, vasculogenic mimicry has been confirmed by dozens of groups throughout the world in different cancers, and anti-angiogenesis arguably hasn't saved a single patient.

John Crewdson did a front page Chicago Tribune article about my questioning of the anti-angiogenesis approach (that I helped Folkman's group establish the cellular and biophysical basis for before I left Harvard), and the significance of VM.

Since then, I have been involved quite extensively in debunking AIDS establishment-invented cancers, as well as the dangerous pharma and government backed "HIV" "HPV" Hepatitis A-E testing and vaccines, and as a father with a little scientific training and along with other "AIDS denialists", we have fought a censored war for the past 20 years against the AIDS establishment's Orwellian and racist policies regarding such issues as their recent mandate for universal HIV testing (where there are more then 99% false positives abounding for so-called "low risk" populations), the criminal opportunism that has arisen through the release of the hepatitis B vaccine and Gardasil (Merck's new attempt to cause autoimmune diseases in our pre-adolescent daughters), and most recently, the new circumcision mandate to thwart the spread of "HIV" in Africa by coming after every dark skinned man in the world with a knife to cut off the end of their penis-at best a racist policy aimed at further exploiting Africans, and African Americans (or whomever else will become their willing (or duped) human experimental test subjects).

In addtion to your what I would call your heroic expose this morning regarding molecular testing creating false epidemics, why don't you and Mr. Altman (whom we all know is a former EIS agent trained to be vigilant about epidemics as well as false epidemics) ever present the warnings and concerns of us, the 3000 or so Nobel Laureates, National Academy members, journal editors, doctors, and scientists who wake up each day only to read about as yet another human rights freedom taken away by the Church of Modern Medicine, the federal government (the BARD or Burr-Frist Bill for instance), and the vaccine propaganda that the British successfully repealed during the last century before Rockefeller and J.P. Morgan sanitized the Encyclopedia Britannica to exclude all vaccine-related carnage documented during the century before?

Nevertheless, I do thank you profusely this morning, for your alerting the public regarding the epidemic of false molecular testing. If you have interest, a number of articles about false molecular testing and other issues like the one below can be found on

Sincerely, and with much appreciation,


Andrew Maniotis, Ph.D.
Program Director in the Cell and Developmental
Biology of Cancer
3370 Molecular Biology Research Building
Department of Pathology
University of Illinois at Chicago
900 S. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60607

Liam Scheff

Here is another, less academic take on the amazing article Dr. Maniotis comments on above.

[Received as part of an email from Liam Scheff, and reposted here.]

Go back to anyone you've ever argued with about PCR, Viral Load, or HIV testing, and assist them in shoving the following up their collective arses:

In essence, what we have here is the total admission that Everything has been faked, (but that it's also okay, and was an honest mistake).

Everything. Everything, Everything, has been an..."over-reaction" based on "too much faith."

Some stupifying quotes:

"Many of the new molecular tests are quick but technically demanding, and each laboratory may do them in its own way. These tests, called “home brews,” are not commercially available, and there are no good estimates of their error rates. But their very sensitivity makes false positives likely, and when hundreds or thousands of people are tested, as occurred at Dartmouth, false positives can make it seem like there is an epidemic."

"At Dartmouth the decision was to use a test, P.C.R., for polymerase chain reaction. It is a molecular test that, until recently, was confined to molecular biology laboratories."

(and to Every "Aids patient" You Want To Use Them On, You ... you ... dirty stinking ... poopy-heads!)

“You cannot imagine,” Dr. Talbot said. “I had a feeling at the time that this gave us a shadow of a hint of what it might be like during a pandemic flu epidemic.”

"Yet, epidemiologists say, one of the most troubling aspects of the pseudo-epidemic is that all the decisions seemed so sensible at the time."

So, so, so, seeeennnsssiiiibbllle.

Hey, first one with a match, go burn their house of cards down.

See my further comments here

Otis [with the Sunday Morning Line]

The Sunday Morning Line at YouTube:

"The Mighty Burner" vs "The Cringer"

"The Mighty Burner" after 2 weeks:

3,456 Views, 4+ stars with 104 votes, 19 V. favorable comments

"The Cringer" after 20 weeks:

3,360 Views, 4+ stars with 6 votes, 10 mostly racist comments

NCAA National Track and Field Rankings

The Jaguars of the University of South Alabama that Mr. Evans coaches are 20th in the nation as of yesterday.

Otis [with the Wed. Morning Line On Tues.]

NCAA National Track and Field Rankings and Provisional Records

I could not help but notice all those African/ names on the sportswire below. I thought all Africans were too sick with AIDS to compete in international level athletic events. I wonder how many other US coaches have been successful in finding the few remaining healthy young runners on the continent and recruiting them?

Maybe Oprah knows, and can have them on her show?

>>> SOUTH BEND, Ind., - The University of South Alabama track and field teams brought quality performances to Notre Dame's Loftus Sports Center on the second day of the 20th Meyo Invitational, Saturday.

Another NCAA provisional time and two new school records were on the business agenda, after Friday evening's top finishes by Nicole Knox and Micah Tirop.

The men's team came into the weekend ranked 20th by both the United States Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and Trackwire 25 Power Rankings.

The women's team hoped to join their compatriots and junior Clarisse Moh helped lead the way. In the 800m, the Paris, France native ran an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 2:08.92. The time is the fastest ever by Jaguar on an oversized (more than 200m) track. Bibiche Mankatu ran a time of 2:09 on a 200m track, holding the women's best mark since 2002.

Moh becomes the second female athlete to attain a provisional standard for the collegiate nationals. Senior Ajoke Odumosu notched the minimum inclusion mark in the 400m at the Razorback Invitational on Jan. 20 (54.14).

In her second year as a Jag, Moh, added to her stellar day by posting an indoor-best and winning time of 55.09 in the 400m. She outpaced Odumosu, the reigning SBC Indoor champion in the event, who ran 55.14 for second place.

Oluwagbenga Awoleye finished fourth in a very fast men's 400m final where first and fourth places were separated by just 0.25sec.

The newcomer was timed in 47.43, a new record, surpassing the oversized-track mark LaRonious Reddix set here in 2006 of 47.71 and the 200m-track record Anthony Murphy set in 2005 of 47.77. Awoleye's time was 0.18sec from the NCAA provisional requirement for a track of this size (320 meters).

Read the rest of the sportswire here.

Otis [with the Sunday Morning Line]

The Sunday Morning Line at YouTube:

"The Mighty Burner" vs "The Cringer"

"The Mighty Burner" after 3 weeks:

4,901 Views, 4 stars with 104 votes, 25/27 V. favorable comments

"The Cringer" after 21 weeks:

3,687 Views, 4 stars with 7 votes, 8/12 racist comments

NCAA National Track and Field Rankings

The Jaguars of the University of South Alabama that Mr. Evans coaches are 19th in the nation as of yesterday.

Otis [with the Monday Morning Line]

The Monday Morning Line at YouTube:

"The Mighty Burner" vs "The Cringer"

"The Mighty Burner" after 4 weeks:

6,265 Views, 4 stars with 114 votes, 27/30 V. favorable comments

"The Cringer" after 22 weeks:

3,974 Views, 4 stars with 7 votes, 8/12 racist comments

Otis [with the Monday Afternoon Line]

The Monday Afternoon Line at YouTube:

"The Mighty Burner" vs "The Cringer"

"The Mighty Burner" after 5 weeks:

7,645 Views, 4 stars with 116 votes, 31/34 V. favorable comments

"The Cringer" after 23 weeks:

4,165 Views, 4 stars with 7 votes, 8/12 racist comments

NCAA National Track and Field Rankings

Those "AIDS devastated" Africans continue to tear it up. Results from this past weekend's Sunbelt Conference Championship:

JONESBORO, Ark. - The University of South Alabama men's track and field team tied with host school Arkansas State (129 points) for a share of its second Sun Belt Conference Indoor Championship title in three years on Sunday. Senior Vincent Rono, the No. 1-ranked miler in the nation, was named the meet's Most Outstanding Performer (track)for the second straight year and head coach Lee Evans was named Coach of the Year for the second time in his tenure.

"It hurts to be this close to owning the title outright," head coach Lee Evans said, "These guys really worked hard to get another championship after being the runner-up last year. But two titles in three years is still an accomplishment that we can be proud of because it shows that our program is achieving great things through hard work and perseverance."

"The Mighty Burner" LAPS "The Cringer"

The Sunday Morning Line at YouTube:

"The Mighty Burner" vs "The Cringer"

After 6 weeks: "The Mighty Burner": 8600

After 24 weeks: "The Cringer": 4250

And that's all she wrote.

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