The Infectious Myth On “The Infectious Myth” host David Crowe will examine the questionable or outright false paradigms that infect our society.

September 27, 2016  
In episode 116 David interviews film makers Joan Shenton and Andi Reiss about their documentary “Positive Hell”, now censored for the second time in the UK, ironically after having been shown, and received awards, at film festivals in the US and Spain. The film documents five people in Spain who have lived with an HIV diagnosis for decades without taking AIDS drugs for more than a short time. The group is led by an HIV+ doctor who recovered his health after recovering from alcoholism, just as the others recovered from heroin addiction. The film got into trouble both times because gay men objected to it. Not because of its portrayal of gay men, all the people in the film are heterosexual, but because of the belief that any questioning of the scientific HIV=AIDS=Death theory is homophobia. An irrational belief, but exceedingly common, and a belief supported by politically correct people who couldn’t bear to distress a besieged minority. And, in fact, the latest censorship by the Portobello film festival (the first was by the so-called London ‘Independent’ Film Festival), was justified because the film would cause ‘distress’, although how it can do this you will have to decide for yourself. I hope you will watch it on YouTube. If you have strong feelings, let David know.
You can view the film ‘Positive Hell’ at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZ3n6icJIXA
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September 13, 2016  
In episode 115 David interviews Charles Ortel, an investment researcher, who has called the Clinton Foundation a giant financial scam. He claims that the financial reports of the organization are not transparent, and his research supports the idea that donors to the foundation are doing it in order to get political favors, not because they want to solve the problems of AIDS, poverty or climate change. And, in fact, his research shows that not much of the money raised is actually going into programs or being transferred to other charities that have real programs. Welcome to this murky world.

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September 6, 2016  

David Crowe talks with Alison Tomlison and Raymund Ban about nutrition, while he is in South Korea. Alison dealt with her own severe health problems, which she resolved by determining that she was seriously gluten intolerant, and needed supplementation to reclaim her health. Raymund is one of the leaders of the only alternative AIDS organization in the country, and has come to believe that the HIV-positive people whose health declines are nutritionallly challenged, probably also gluten intolerant. Two podcasts that are mentioned are Episode 108 because it deals with nutritional supplements initially designed for animals, and episode 47, the discussion with Terry Wahls (MD) who recovered from severe MS through a radical change in her diet.

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