Book Review: The Origin, Persistence & Failings Of HIV/AIDS Theory By Prof. Henry H. Bauer

Review By John Kirkham

HIV/AIDS is an issue for which the mass media automatically adopt a regimented, zombified regurgitation of the Establishment line, all critical faculties being instantly disengaged. They lack both the motivation and indeed the integrity to actually collect all of the HIV testing data and declare what these data actually say about HIV/AIDS, despite this being an issue of vital public interest. As it is, all of this work and insightful examination has been completed by Prof Bauer and is made available in this groundbreaking book. It will doubtless be comprehensively ignored by those in a position to influence matters in accordance with the data.

If you thought that HIV/AIDS is based on science then this book will open your eyes to the fact that it’s based on policy. The enormous weight of accumulated evidential contradictions of HIV/AIDS has not prompted any revision of HIV as the cause of AIDS by the Establishment. This book exposes one of the most striking and compelling of those contradictions.

The book commences with data showing a blanket distribution of HIV positivity manifesting as an equal degree of prevalence among male and female teenagers across the whole of the US in the mid 1980s. The book brings to our attention the superhuman promiscuity necessary to account for such a rapid spread of HIV among the general population within such a short time given the figures on transmission probability and that AIDS originated in gay male communities in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco in the early 80s. It also asks why, if HIV were so widespread in the general population by the mid-1980s, was AIDS confined to the male homosexual population. In addition, the States in which teenage HIV prevalence was at it’s highest were not those in which AIDS had first shown up.

The data show that HIV prevalence varies predictably in accordance with factors such as age, sex and race, factors that have nothing to do with behaviour. HIV positivity would not show these linkages if it were really a sexually transmitted condition. Take race for example, HIV seroprevalence in blacks is always 5 to 6 times greater than in whites, for Hispanics it is 2 to 3 times greater and Asians have about two-thirds of the seroprevalence of whites.

These patterns are not an artefact of collecting together all of the data from the disparate groups (blood donors, military personnel, prisoners, hospital patients etc.) because they persist when each group is considered individually. The data therefore tells us something fundamentally significant about the nature of HIV, an iconoclastic revelation to any thinking person: HIV positivity is an innate indicator rather than a sexually acquired condition.

Professor Bauer goes on to highlight the innate racism of HIV/AIDS, here's a quote from page 74:

“No matter whether one is a Marine or a prisoner, a woman giving birth or a drug addict, a disadvantaged youth or a college student, someone attending a TB clinic or someone attending an STD clinic – in every sector of society someone with a dark skin is indicted, under HIV/AIDS theory, as far more likely to be delinquent in sexual and drug related behaviour than someone with a pale skin”

Professor Bauer compares the data for HIV with the data for diseases that are genuinely known to be sexually transmitted, none of them show the pattern seen for HIV, rather the data accord with what is expected for sexually transmitted diseases.

In conclusion, this book brings to our attention what the data unequivocally show: that HIV prevalence is alien to what would accord with a sexually acquired condition and therefore HIV cannot be the cause of AIDS. The credibility of mainstream media is heavily invested in HIV as the cause of AIDS so they will never let any facts get it the way of preserving that dogma in the public mind. It is left to each individual to investigate for themselves the veracity of HIV/AIDS.

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