Re: Re: Peter Flegg grossly misrepresented Stefan Lanka out of context 28 February 2005
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Alexander H Russell,
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Re: Re: Re: Peter Flegg grossly misrepresented Stefan Lanka out of context

Peter Flegg stated:

"Russell has merely confirmed this is exactly what Lanka stated - and further he goes on to detail how Lanka considers that viruses such as Influenza, Herpes, Vaccinia, Polio, Adenovirus and Ebola virus do not exist (specifically 'an attempt of fraud committed by the researchers and medical scientists involved'). Perhaps these viruses also are considered by Russell to be "endogenous epiphenomena"? I look forward to his explanation as to how lifestyle factors alone are responsible for the diseases they cause."

Peter Flegg repeatedly fails to understand what Stefan Lanka and I are arguing: how do we really know what we are nominating as 'viruses' really are 'viruses' that is all. How does Flegg know that: Influenza, Herpes, Vaccinia, Polio, Adenovirus and Ebola are true 'viruses': or are they really some other mutations that have not been truly identified and classified correctly? Contrary to Flegg's claim, I am not nominating these unidentifiable entities as "endogenous epiphenomena." Also I have not said that "lifestyle factors alone are responsible for the diseases they cause."

My question to Flegg is: do diseases cause viruses? Does 'AIDS' cause (endogenous) 'HIV' expression? We know now that 'HIV' is not a 'virus' because it does not cause a disease: however 'anti-retroviral' drugs are able to do what 'HIV' never could do: cause 'AIDS'. Flegg will go on at BMJ rapid responses pretending that 'HIV' causes 'AIDS' because it is his job to do so and he cannot confess to his patients that he may have made a tragic error. Flegg is trapped within the 'HIV' Belief System without an emergency escape exit.

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