Archive for March 2013

Dr. Rodrigue Tremblay is a prominent Canadian economist who is now a professor emeritus at the University of Montreal. In the late 1970s he served as the Minister of Industry and Commerce in the Quebec government. Dr. Tremblay is also the President of the North American Economics and Finance Association and President of the Canadian Economics Society.

Dr. Tremblay has authored over 25 books on economics, finance and a variety of global ethical and political issues. His blog on geopolitics is read throughout the world and translated into 8 languages. His most recent book “The Code for Global Ethics: Ten Humanist Principles” addresses the urgent need for a new sense of morals in the face of immense international and global challenges.

BOOK: “The Code for Global Ethics: Ten Humanist Principles”


Dr. Michel Chossudovsky is a professor emeritus at the University of Ottawa in Ontario and has been an economic advisor to many developing countries.  He is the founder of the Center for Research on Globalization at the University of Montreal and founding editor of Global  Prof. Chossudovsky is one of world’s leading visionaries in economic trends associated with free market globalization, having identified over 15 years ago many of the problems in global neoliberal economics that are now frequent in our headlines:  austerity, economic shock therapy, the association between rising poverty, the pillaging of developing nations due to the structural adjustment policies of the US led World Bank, IMF and WTO, and the criminalization of our banking system.

He has written several books, most notably “The Globalization of Poverty and The New World Order” AND “Towards a World War 3 Scenario: The Dangers of Nuclear War”


Journalist, investigative reporter Nick Bryant has been writing on the plight of disadvantaged children for over a decade. His writings have appeared in professional publications such as the Journal of Professional Ethics, the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, the Journal of Social Distress and the publication of School Health. He is the co-author of “America’s Children:  Triumph of Tragedy” that dealt with the mental health problems of lower socioeconomic children.

He is the author of  “The Franklin Scandal: A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse and Betrayal” that exposes a nationwide pedophile ring that pandered children to a cabal of the rich and powerful and the corruption of the Justice Department and law enforcement to crack down on it. It is perhaps one of the most suppressed crime stories in recent American history.


Harvey Schweitzer is an attorney with the firm Schweitzer and Scherr in Maryland, who has handled hundreds of adoption and foster care cases.  He played a leading role in the creation of the Counsel for Child Abuse and Neglect Office at the DC Superior Court and received the National Treasure Award from the Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center.

Mr Schweitzer received his law degree from UCLA and is an adjunct professor at the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University.  He is also the author of “Foster Care Law” which has become a standard text in this field.


Steve and Cheryl Nagel are the grandparents of Rico Martinez-Nagel, the son of their adopted daughter Lindsey Nagel who was adopted by their daughter Lindsey Nagel from Romania. Although testing negative for HIV in Romania, she tested positive upon arriving in the US.

In December 2012, Lindsey gave birth a son Rico. Refusing to have the child tested for HIV. As will hear from their story. The infant was eventually abducted by the state. It wasn’t for some days later when they found the child was in the hospital, being tube fed and receiving AIDS drugs including AZT

Dr. Andrew Maniotis is the science and biomedical consultant for Cures Within Reach, formerly the Goldman Partnership for Cures, and serves as a consultant for the Office of Medical and Scientific Justice in LA and the National Vaccine Information Center.   Earlier he was an assistant professor of pathology and the director of melanoma and breast cancer research at the University of Illinois Medical School in Chicago. Over the years he has held research associate positions at the University of California at Berkeley (where he received doctorate), Harvard University and Washington University School of Medicine.

Andy has been a leading scientific in the Rethinking AIDS community. He has been consulting for the Nagel family and was a consultant for the US heavyweight boxer Tom Morrison when he had tested HIV positive and was prevented from competing… later to find that Morrison was negative.

His website is, where you can several free ebooks on AIDS, Cancer and Vaccines

Dr. David Rasnick is medical researcher specializing in AIDS, cancer, protease inhibitors and clinical diagnostics. He was the first scientist to synthesis peptidyl-fluoromethanes, inhibitors of cysteine proteases used to destroy tissue related to arthritis, cancer and various parasites. In 1978, he helped establish the Diagnostic chemistry group at Abbott Laboratories and was a founder of Enzyme Systems Products and Prototek.  After leaving Khepri Pharmaceuticals as a senior scientist, David, along with his colleague Dr. Peter Duesberg at the University of California at Berkeley, David further developed the aneuploidy theory of cancer, which pertains to chromosomal imbalance.  Over the years he has been a sharp critic of the current dominant AIDS hypothesis, has been a former President of the group Rethinking AIDS and was a member of the Presidential AIDS Advisory Panel of South Africa started by President Thabo Mbeki.


Celia Farber is a journalist who covered the HIV wars extensively since 1987, in various magazines. Some of these writings are collected in her book: "Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS" published by Melville House Press, (now Random House) in 2006.

Activist Michael Callen called Farber "..the best AIDS journalist in the world." Her 2006 article for Harper's magazine detailing the totalitarian corruption of HIV/AIDS research was titled "Out of Control: AIDS And The Corruption of Medical Science." The attacks from the AIDS industry were predictable and fierce. In 2008 she was awarded the Semmelweis Clean Hands Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism.

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