Anthony discuss the history of Eleni and the brilliant work that she did over the years
Thank you. I came across the Perth group's Aids work in the late 90s and I never believed in the existence of "HIV". Now we know viruses are all made up inventions, every last one of them.
Thanks, DPL, for all your work. Eleni was definitely the first to unlock THE door, the very first step against THE fraud. And always in a scientific and polite way. An example to follow.Let me share this one:
Scobey was trying to expose the fraud of the 'polio virus' back in the 1940s and 50s, so this did not all start with the 'HIV' era... If you have not looked further back to Polio, it is a huge part of this 'virus' story and you could say it was key to trapping us in this horrible fraudulent paradigm. Short version, Polio is nerve damage caused by nerve poisons in pesticides (DDT in late 1800s-1950s+) and then other pesticides and vaccines. Some scientists (like Scobey) suspected the nerve poisons were causing the nerve damage (imagine that) but this was the time where the 'virus' fraud cult was forming and the 'virus' explanation won out (leading to the horrible Salk 'Polio virus' vaccine, which was Eisenhower's Warp Speed debacle).
Polio paralysis today has been renamed to things like Guillain-Barre, transverse myelitis, acute flaccid paralysis, Bells Palsy, etc (which are all 'accepted' effects of current vaccines) to hide the fact that Polio still exists and to protect the idea that the Polio vaccine was successful in 'eradicating' the 'Polio virus.'
You're doing great detailed research with this issue. I just wanted to point out that this fight was going on long before 'HIV,' and that it might be illuminating to extend your scope further back in the past.
Great interview. I love all of dpl’s work. I’ve been thinking a lot about dna and what it really is.
Listening to the two guys in the above audio is an effort, what with all the stammering and self--correcting. Waiting for the punchline is time consuming. A written, concise piece would have been better. I simply didn't last long enought to listen all the way through.