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Jamie Dlux examines the checkered career of Stanislaw Burzynski , the founder of the Houston, Texas-based Burzynski Clinic. Burzyinski has pioneered the use of antineoplastons in the treatment of cancer. It’s an unconventional approach, which has led to a series of challenges to the clinic from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

While the FDA has been rebuffed by more than one grand jury, they have persisted in filing actions against Burzyinski, leading to considerable acrimony and debate. Is the agency really concerned about the caliber of Burzynski’s treatment or simply pushing a vendetta?

The Truth About Tommy

Here’s the story of Tommy Morrison, one-time Heavyweight champion who retired from boxing in 1996 after he tested positive for AIDs. Morrison, nicknamed “The Duke,” is probably best remembered for his appearance as boxer Tommy Gunn opposite Sylvester Stallone in the movie Rocky V. More from Jamie Dlux.

Scientific Journalism Is Dead

Jamie Dlux returns to his investigation of AIDs with a look at the late investigatory journalist Liam Scheff. He reported on the abuse and deaths of children who were used as human guinea pigs in the clinical testing of AIDs drugs. Most of these kids were being shuttled around in the foster care system.

Because of his criticism aimed at Big Pharma, he was skewered by The New York Times. He later said, “I learned what a lying prostitute whore is by being interviewed by The New York Times.”

Pizza Judge

Joe Biden’s U.S. Supreme Court hopeful, Ketanji Brown Jackson, was the judge in the Pizzagate shooting, She was the one who sentenced Edgar Maddison Welch after he walked into Comet Ping Ping with a semi-automatic rifle and shot up the place. No one was injured, but Welch was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and received a four-year jail term. More from The Salty Cracker.

Ketanji Brown Jackson has been a weak judge in enforcing laws against pedophiles. Not at all defensible.

Here, Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., upbraids Jackson on this score. We don’t usually find ourselves in the same camp as Lindsay Graham, but we concur wholeheartedly with him on this count. The Democrats need to clean up their party, which has babied and cast a blind eye toward child traffickers and abusers. More from Jamie Dlux.

Poison By Prescription

Here’s a look back at how Anthony Fauci mishandled the AIDs epidemic, prescribing bogus medicine, much as he has done with the coronavirus boondoogle. Jamie Dlux offers this review, drawing upon John Lauritsen’s 1990 book, Poison by Prescription: The AZT Story. The book features a foreword by Peter Duesbert.


Missing From The World Stage

Google apparently is playing censorship games once again. Now, they have removed links to web references about Russian leader Vladimir Putin being a member of the World Economic Forum.

Many world leaders are members of the WEF, including Us President Joe Biden, as well as the prime ministers of Canada (Justin Trudeau), Australia (Scott Morrison), the United Kingdom (Boris Johnson) and New Zealand (Jacinta Ardern). More from Jamie Dlux.

Sad Day At The Gates Of Hell

Bill Gates is a sad puppy. Looks like the omicron variant has spoiled the chances for more old, fat or diabetic people to suffer hideous deaths from coronavirus. More from Jamie Dlux.

The Hollywood Creep Show

Bob Saget and the Olsen Twins! Did Saget rape and murder a girl in 1990, as Gilbert Gottfried joked? Something’s creepy…Must be Hollywood! Cymatics! First ladies who look more like first men! Dopey Dems! More from McAllister TV.

Comedian Heather McDonald collapses and suffers a skull fracture during a live show in Tempe, Ariz. This follows the death of comedian Bob Saget from a head trauma. Is there a pattern here? And what could be the cause? Jamie Dlux examines the evidence.

Hands Off The Monkey

School teachers always warned us to keep our hands off the monkey. More from Jamie Dlux.

Psymbols And Psigns

Let’s drop in to Pfizer headquarters in New York City to review the alchemical symbols and strange signs evident in the murals adorning the building. We’ll give you a clue: These people show some strange aesthetic tastes. More from Jamie Dlux.

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