The Spectator magazine has a piece on why the NHS shouldn’t fund PrEp for promiscuous gay men. While not a dissident piece it still makes a valid point on the assumption of HIV theory being true.
One of the mind-boggling conundrums of HIV theory is how a virus thought to be new (or at least newly lethal) managed to spread far to India to create an epidemic when it was not airborne; on top of that, South Asia is largely as sexually conservative as Africa.
Had Dr. Suniti Solomon not tested sex workers, those who went on to be defined as HIV/AIDS patients would’ve been called sufferers of poverty and treated accordingly.
[Read: Hindustan Times]