AIDS-Dissident Web Sites

Below are some of the many dozens of AIDS-dissident websites:

• The AIDS Information Bulletin Board — started in 1985 by Ben Gardiner in San Francisco — was the oldest Internet site that was friendly to AIDS critics. From the beginning the it carried information and opinions from all viewpoints: defenders of, as well as critics of the prevailing orthodoxies. Its database was enormous, a treasure trove of information for future historians of the “AIDS epidemic”.  Unfortunately, following Ben's death in 2010, it no longer exists.

• The AIDS Wiki, maintained by Darin Brown and Frank Lusardi, is now the premier AIDS-dissident site, with much new material and extensive archives of older articles.  

• Joan Shenton is the Administrator of the Immunity Resource Foundation, whose website contains much valuable AIDS-dissident material. Especially important are video files for all of the Meditel AIDS documentaries, including "The AIDS Catch" (1990), "AZT: Cause For Concern" (1992), "AIDS & Africa" (1993), and "Diary of an AIDS Dissident" (1993).

• The venerable Virus Myth website is valuable for its huge and well organized repository of articles. 

• The Alberta Reappraising AIDS Society website is maintained by long-time AIDS-dissident David Crowe. The site has much valuable information, including a section on foreign language AIDS criticism.

The Perth Group scientists — Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, Valendar (Val) Turner and others — pioneered in disproving the “existence of a unique, exogenously acquired retrovirus, HIV” and in debunking the validity of the “HIV antibody” tests.

Rethinking AIDS is the website of the Group for the Scientific Reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis. 

Alive & Well AIDS Alternatives, a non-profit education and peer support network providing information on the accuracy of HIV tests, the safety and efficacy of AIDS drug treatments, and the validity of popular beliefs about HIV, AIDS and health.

Living Without HIV Drugs tells the true-life stories of HIV-Positives, how the diagnosis affected their lives, their experiences with antiretroviral medications, and what they  are doing about it.

Help For HIV is dedicated to improving the lives of those diagnosed HIV-Positive. This website raises serious questions about the validity of the HIV tests and the safety of the HIV medications.

Science Guardian is the blog of Anthony Liversidge, one of the very first AIDS-dissident journalists. Its purpose is to defend good science and good scientists in the paradigm wars of HIV/AIDS, evolution, nutrition, religious belief, etc. — standing up for free speech when authorities with vested interests have suppressed unwanted ideas or media have overlooked them. 

• Henry Bauer's blog site, "HIV/AIDS SKEPTICISM: Pointing to evidence that HIV is not the necessary and sufficient cause of AIDS".  Henry Bauer's new book, The Origins, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory (McFarland 2007).

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