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

March 4, 2014  

In Episode 2 David Crowe talks with Dr. Charles Geshekter, a retired professor of African history, and an expert in Somalia. He talks about how the AIDS theory dumbs down our approach to African problems to a single virus but that, using Somalia as an example, each region has unique historical, cultural and geographical factors that have led them to their current situation. Dr. Geshekter also talks about how he first started to question the HIV=AIDS dogma because he could not believe that accurate statistics could be gathered from many countries in Africa, where even basic infrastructure did not function. He applied those questions to statistics in his home state of California. There, statistics are gathered with more rigor, but contain striking anomalies that nobody seemed interested in trying to explain.

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