AIDS Criticism Resources:
Sites and Books
by John Lauritsen
“There is no evidence for
it.” Science Nobel Laureate Kary Mullis
gave this answer to the question: “What is the strongest
argument against the HIV-Causes-AIDS hypothesis?”
Perhaps never has there been such a
disparity between the political strength of a hypothesis and its
scientific merits. Politically it prevails, through censorship
revolving around the interests of a multi-billion dollar AIDS Industry.
Scientifically it never had a leg to stand on. Hundreds of scientists,
journalists and other professionals are not only convinced that the
HIV-Causes-AIDS hypothesis is wrong, but that it was bizarre and
foolish from the very beginning.
The obvious parallel is Lysenkoism. For
many years, no one in the Soviet Union publicly expressed disbelief in
Trofim Denisovich Lysenko's crackpot theories that acquired
characteristics can be inherited. No one dared discuss the principles
of modern genetics, for to have done so would have meant risking one's
career and even one's life.
For those who are open-minded, I have
prepared a very brief list of AIDS-dissident resources. My objective is to
include only the most important and most readily available.
There are dozens of web sites with
critical AIDS articles. Here are a few of the best:
Henry H. Bauer, The
Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory,
McFarland and Co. (2007).
Rebecca Culshaw, Science
Sold Out: Does HIV really cause AIDS? North Atlantic
Books, The Terra Nova Series (2007).
Peter H. Duesberg, AIDS: Virus- or Drug Induced? Kluwer Academic Publishers (1996).
Peter H. Duesberg and Bryan J. Ellison, Inventing
The AIDS Virus, Regnery Publishing, Inc. (1996).
Neville Hodgkinson, AIDS:
The Failure of Contemporary Science, Fourth Estate (1996).
Heinrich Kremer, The Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine, Xlibris 2008.
Serge Lang, Challenges, Springer (1998).
John Lauritsen, The
AIDS War: Propaganda, Profiteering and Genocide from the
Medical-Industrial Complex, Asklepios (1993).
John Lauritsen and Ian Young (editors), The
AIDS Cult: Essays on the Gay Health Crisis, Asklepios
Christine Maggiore, What If Everything
You Thought You Knew About AIDS Was Wrong? (41-page
booklet), HEAL Los Angeles (1999).
Joan Shenton, Positively False:
Exposing The Myths Around HIV and AIDS,
I.B. Tauris (1998).
Ian Young, The
AIDS Dissidents: An Annotated Bibliography, The
Scarecrow Press (1993).
Ian Young, The
Stonewall Experiment: A Gay Psychohistory, Cassell