A supportive place for people questioning HIV diagnoses and AIDS science
Ann Sono's film about women dealing with an HIV+ diagnosis, "I Won't Go Quietly", is to have its UK premier at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) on 25th April, 2014, starting at 6pm. It will cost £5, but that includes a free drink (soft) and a discussion panel after the film.
The film documents the journey of each of the women, how they dealt with the diagnosis initially, how their relationships with medical professionals and the law changed, their own history of whether they took medication or not, the implications for their children, and for some, a tragic eventual ending.
The film is powerful and moving, and anyone whose brain isn't totally switched off or stuck in the tramlines of an orthodox perspective will have questions about what doctors and the majority of the media keep promulgating about HIV and AIDS - and those 'life-saving' drugs. It is filmed approximately 50% in English and the rest is subtitled in English.
The discussion panel afterwards will include:
- The Director, Ann Sono, who will be able to share behind the scenes details, stories that had to be cut, and follow-up.
- Joan Shenton, former national TV broadcaster and journalist, and award-winning documentary maker. She has just finished editing a documentary about a group of long-term 'non-progressors' - now branded 'elite controllers' by the AIDS orthodoxy just to make sure you believe there's no hope of you emulating their success - and we hope to be announcing when that will be shown soon as well.
- Mike Hersee, co-founder of HEAL London, who has been involved with a number of couples and single mothers and their battles to protect their children against the bullying and arrogant onslaught by the medical establishment, aided and abetted by an obseqious judiciary
- At least one or two women who have found themselves in the same situation as women in the film and who will be able to answer questions personally.
The film promotional website is http://www.iwontgoquietly.com/en/
NOTE: This is a ticketed-only event. To book your seat now, go to http://www.ticketor.com/bluebell.de/tickets/i-won-t-go-quietly-british-premiere-700
Mother-of-two Kiersty Caesar-Taylor now believes that she and her husband, Donovan Taylor, unjustifably poisoned their young baby with medical treatments prescribed by their HIV consultant. Kiersty and Donovan, who were diagnosed HIV+ when their baby, named Rainbow Taylor, was 11 weeks old, at first followed medical recommendations to give the anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs) prescribed by their medical consultant. At first Kiersty stopped breastfeeding and she also started Rainbow on ARVs prescribed by their consultant to reduce the possibility of Rainbow being infected in case she had not been infected with HIV already, but then they were told from a viral load test that she already had HIV. Kiersty was allowed to resume breastfeeding but was told to continue with the prescribed treatment for Rainbow, for at least a 2 year period as a minimum.
'Positively False', the movie by Joan Shenton and Andi Reiss documenting the efforts of truth activists to fight against a scientific hegemony, has won second place at the Marbella Film Festival. Joan Shenton reported that many people expressed astonishment that they had not previously heard of the issue the film raises and also were horrified by the them.
The film can be viewed at http://positivelyfalsemovie.com/index.html
I was diagnosed ‘HIV’ positive two years ago to this day. I was 17 weeks pregnant at the time and had just left my relationship 8 weeks previously due to on-going domestic violence. Given my circumstances I was surprisingly upbeat as I walked into the hospital that evening. The sun was shining, I was getting stronger with every day that passed and I felt that things could only improve. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
An adult film performer who was diagnosed HIV positive causing the whole porn industry to shut down in California has now re-tested and been diagnosed HIV negative. The multi-billion dollar industry can now breathe a huge sigh of relief and resume production. Another porn performer was diagnosed HIV positive late in 2010. Derrick Burts left the porn industry and became an advocate for the use of condoms in pornography. But these two stories ought to be thought-provoking for two reasons.