“Why are there still statues of King Leopold of Belgium who killed a similar number of Africans as Hitler killed Jews?” – David Crowe
David Crowe interviews Joel Savage on AIDS and Ebola, and the dark role of Belgium in African history. Although Joel has worked with Dr. Johan van Dongen on the theory that HIV and Ebola viruses are laboratory engineered, and David is skeptical of this theory, not accepting that there is any evidence the viruses exist, it is still an interesting discussion.
Why are there still statues of King Leopold of Belgium who killed a similar number of Africans as Hitler killed Jews? And is the west really helping Africa when it comes to disease, or just using the perceived hopelessness for profit?
Biography of David Crowe
David Crowe graduated in Biology and Mathematics from a Canadian University in the late 1970s. His thesis about two plant species hybridizing into a third crystallized his awareness that even the concept of “species”, the foundation of his chosen field of taxonomy, was imprecise and somewhat arbitrary.
Later he became fascinated by questions about whether HIV really did cause AIDS and, later, about whether HIV even existed. This led him to investigate several other disease paradigms, finding that in every case there was an environmental explanation that was more compelling that the official dogma.
With a high-tech day job, he was able to pursue his scientific interests without fear of losing a position, the ability to publish, or the ability to get grants. Not being able to preach behind the safety of a PhD, David simply uses his mammoth research database to put the data in front of you, so that you have the tools you need to decide whether well establish disease dogmas, and other scientific sureties, are really as solid as we are told.
David hails from Calgary in Canada and is rarely caught on the front side of a camera, but often on the back.
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