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Tommy MorrisonMy email subsequent to this October 9, 2013 Slate article, Tommy Morrison AIDS Death: HIV denialism victims in South Africa and the U.S., by Dr. Kent Sepkowitz:

Dr. Sepkowitz,

You claimed in your article about Tommy Morrison, referring to Dr. Peter Duesberg:

“The simplest to refute is his claim that HIV had not been transmitted to health care workers who had sustained an accidental needle stick”

He never said that. He said no peer-reviewed paper has ever been published showing a health care worker getting AIDS — not HIV — from a patient.

That’s a big mistake, to conflate HIV with AIDS, in misrepresenting his claim, as you did.

For more on what Dr. Peter Duesberg has really said about AIDS, see this interview I conducted with him.

Also, the official death certificate of Tommy Morrison shows that he didn’t die of an AIDS-defining disease, and Dr. Sepkowitz is either an incompetent doctor and researcher, or he’s a libelous writer.

For more on the AIDS scam, see my articles here.

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Gary North

First they ignore you, then they attack you, then you win.

I first emailed Gary North on July 25, 2010, for clarification of his May 28, 2008 claim that gold and silver coins produced by the U.S. Mint aren’t real money, despite being legal tender. I received no response.

Then, I started noticing other questionable claims that he made, which can be found here.

I sent a few other emails, all with no response.

Then, Michael Rivero’s WhatReallyHappened.com picked up two of my articles about North’s outlandish claims.

It was only when Max Keiser picked up my article on Gary North’s fool’s gold standard that North responded to me, by bragging about writing over 900 articles for LewRockwell.com.

Yesterday, I had the fortunate opportunity of guest hosting George Whitehurst-Berry’s Crash! Are You Ready?, and starting at 14:15, I covered Gary North’s fool’s gold standard, as well as his compatriot’s misleading testimony to Congress, about the Fed creating boom and bust cycles solely as a result of its increase in the money supply, saying nothing about the subsequent contraction of it through an increase in capital requirements and the fractional reserve gold standard.

It’s funny, isn’t it, how my emails to him suddenly gained more credence once I got coverage of his statements out to ever-wider audiences.

North responded yesterday to my notification of quickly catching up to his audience by informing me that he was placing me in his “Nut Job files” and would block all further emails from me.

Until others call him out by email and other forums on his outlandish claims, he’ll continue spouting them.

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