AIDS, Inc. is a film about the multi-billion dollar AIDS industry, and how it profits from continuing fears and misconceptions about the disease. While AIDS grabs the headlines and raises billions of dollars with celebrity endorsements and billionaire endowments, we are no closer to finding a cure than when the scourge first appeared 30 years ago. Could it be that after so many years of research, and so much money being spent, that the entire orthodox medical establishment has been wrong about AIDS, or even worse, has sought to profit on a system that it knew was flawed from the beginning?

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  • Recon

    Very Interesting!.

  • Recon

    Very Interesting!.

  • Robobear2

    What quackery! >:(  cause HIV causes AIDS! why the hell do people with HIV become sick and almost die if they stop their medication?!

  • Lou

    This is a very fascinating and informative documentary. I learnt many things about HIV that i previously didn’t know. It raised several different issues about HIV like for example the quality of HIV testing, the type of medicines used, whether HIV leads to AIDS, the influence of big pharma on the CDC, the treatment of “dissenting” scientists who have questioned different scientific theories surrounding HIV, the situation in Africa, how money influences scientific research, and of course the politics. I strongly recommend this documentary!

  • Donna

    Aids is a horrible disease and you will probably die from it. Some people need money, others just need time.

  • L.

    Interesting documentary, but I find it difficult to embrace the theory that the opportunistic infections associated with AIDS can generally be attributed to a suppressed immune system (either by intravenous drug use, the “fast-track” lifestyle or unsanitary and extremely impoverished living conditions)… I just feel like this is too much of a blanket statement (and a politically dangerous one to make, for obvious reasons). If the film really wanted to pursue this theory, why would it not have addressed the hemophiliac populations who became infected through Factor V transfusions in the 70’s and 80’s? I also feel like some of the information communicated in the film is simply incorrect… for example, toward the end of the film, I believe the assertion is made that no cases were being detected in Africa in the 1960’s, when in fact the earliest detection of HIV came from a sample taken in the Belgian Congo in 1959 (“The Origin of Aids” doc talks about this in a fair bit of detail… Edward Hooper also discusses it in his book “The River”). I do not consider myself a devoted member, or even a member, of the “AIDS Orthodoxy”, but I really can’t get past the challenges I have with the points above. Still worth watching, though, for sure.

  • littlejohn

    I from MD have been off the poison for many yesrs now,i have my life back. From my iwn investigation and fing about robert gallow of NIH who çreated the snakeoil fake hive test to trick people the hidden cancer meds hidden in hive meds. It takes a lot of courage and most are under medical hypothesis medical spell which is hard to overcome.