Thursday, November 1, 2007

La Néantisation d'Haiti par Gérard Bissainthe

11-01-07

La Néantisation d'Haiti par Gérard Bissainthe

Audio/Vidéo incluant déclaration  Michael Worobey

Association of Haitian Physicians Abroad Respond the Worobey theory

Suite à la récente publication des résultats d'une étude pour le moins élusive faite par les chercheurs Michael Worobey et  Arthur Pitchenik liant Haiti à la transmission aux Etats-Unis du virus  du sida, de vives réactions ont eu lieu sur le Forum Haiti Connexion par des milliers de membres.

Ces messages traduisent en général la colère de nos compatriotes face à ces théories tirées par les cheveux et  ressassées pour la nième fois par ceux qualifiés de  « charlatans » par le professeur Bissainthe,  et qui se font passés pour des « scholars » ajoute Gérard Bissainthe.

Nous vous offrons maintenant la lecture d' un message intitulé la Néantisation d'Haiti envoyé par le professeur Bissainthe qui vit maintenant en France et les liens en audio/vidéo  d'un documentaire sur l'origine du Sida, ainsi que la  déclaration de Michael Worobey l'un des instigateurs de cette néantisation .

 

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Professeur Gérard Bissainthe

 Audio:La Néantisation d'Haiti par Gérard Bissainthe

In the wake of the Worobey study claiming last October (2007) that Haiti is the origin of AIDS in the U.S., Dr. Carl Gilbert talks on the issue on WBAI radio in New York  and presents to the listeners the note of the Association of the Haitian Physicians Abroad (AMHE) which rejects the results of Michael Worobey and his collegues. AMHE's note states that Worobey's results are without scientific credibility given the fact the methods used by the authors did not follow adequate and satisfactory methods of research and medical investigations.

The following link is the segment of the talk show that every single Haitian all over needs to listen. We thank Dr Carl Gilbert for standing up once again as in the 90’s...

 

   Rejection of Worobey's study Aids by Dr Carl Gilbert on WBAI Radio in New York

Podcast

 

Herve Gilbert 

Le syndrome de l'immunodéficience acquise, plus connu sous son acronyme sida, AIDS en anglais, est le nom donné à un ensemble de symptômes (syndrome) consécutifs à la destruction des lymphocytes T CD4+, cellules majeures du système immunitaire. La grande majorité de la communauté scientifique impute cette destruction au virus de l'immunodéficience humaine. L'utilisation du terme maladie est impropre et on doit parler plutôt de syndrome. A l'heure actuelle, il n'existe aucun traitement permettant de guérir du sida. Je vous propose un documentaire réparti en six segments, vous pouvez les visualiser à n’importe quel moment. Cela vous aidera à mieux comprendre ce fléau et de son impact.

DOCUMENTAIRES (Audio/Vidéo)

 

 THE ORIGIN OF AIDS pt 3 - THE ORIGIN OF AIDS pt 4

THE ORIGIN OF AIDS pt 5  -  THE ORIGIN OF AIDS pt6

 

Michael Worobey

Michael Worobey

 Contact info: 
520-626-3456
email : worobey@email.arizona.edu

Sa voix et sa déclaration en audio  Cliquez --->> MP3

Video --->>:  MP4

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Arthur E. Pitchenik, M.D.

Professor of Medicine,Department of Medicine

e-mail: pitchenik_arthur_e@miami.va.gov

Office:  305-575-3170
Fax:    305-575-3412

La théorie du vaccin antipolio à l'origine de l'épidémie de sida est défendue par un journaliste britannique, ancien correspondant de la BBC en Afrique, Edward Hooper. Celui-ci publie aux États-Unis, en 1999, The River - A Journey to The Sources of HIV and Aids, un ouvrage de près de mille pages, fruit d'un travail très assidu. Je vous propose cette-fois plus bas un documentaire en français réparti en cinq segments.

 

November 7, 2007: Association of Haitian Physicians Abroad Respond the Worobey theory

 

The Association of Haitian Physicians Abroad (Association des Médecins Haïtiens à l’Etranger or AMHE) has reviewed the recent article by Thomas Gilbert and colleagues, reporting a phylogenetic analysis of archival blood samples collected from five early recognized AIDS patients at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 1982-1983. The study authors identify these five patients as Haitians who left Haiti after 1975. This article has several important limitations and does not provide any scientific breakthrough.

Before a detailed critique of this paper, AMHE would like to point at the following remarks in methodological biases that may explain some of the study findings. First, the bias in selection of early samples of HIV among Haitians is quite obvious. The investigators chose a convenient sample under the unproven assumption that all these Haitian immigrants acquired HIV infection in Haiti. They obviously ignore that the clinical course of these patients perfectly fits the natural history of HIV/AIDS. No culturally-sensitive epidemiological investigation has ever been conducted of these initial Haitian immigrants presenting with HIV infection at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami.

Therefore, the assertion that they contracted HIV in Haiti is presumptuous and not based on facts. Moreover, no archival samples from Haiti are included in the phylogenetic analysis and this constitutes a serious flaw. We do not know either how many samples of the pandemic clade B might have come from Haitian subjects, which raises the prospect of misclassification.

Second, the authors do not adequately report on some of their methods and results. For example, they do not specify clearly the number of sequences for which there was uncertainty as to which subtype they belonged to; neither do they try to replicate their results by sequencing other HIV genes. While computer simulation techniques and phylogenetic analyses are important to our understanding of biological evolution, the application of these methods with such serious methodological limitations does not prove unequivocally the origin of the pandemic clade B subtype in the United States.

Because these findings lack scientific validation, we need to raise questions about the motives of the authors; their paper not only does not advance our knowledge of the HIV epidemic but it continues with a dangerous precedent of victimizing an ethnic group with flimsy data. Needless to say that such half truths have been very harmful to the country and its people. The hasty classification of Haitians as a group at risk for HIV more than 20 years ago can be considered as a cloud hanging over good scientific practice. It destroyed the tourist industry in Haiti; its citizens have since been suffering from the social stigmata of presumed carriers of dangerous germs even though that classification was finally removed by the CDC.

We are also afraid that such mishandling of data can have the unintended consequence of the refusal of Haitian patients to participate in research studies at American Universities for the fear that they will be used as guinea pigs in the furtherance of biased scientific protocols and conclusions. That would be the saddest of ironies for we all need good science to help us all against this calamity.

“Science sans conscience n’est que ruine de l’âme”.

Christian Lauriston, MD
President of the Central Executive Committee of AMHE

 

 

LES ORIGINES DU SIDA (1/5)

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