AIDS Activities, Washington, D.C.

By Jason Nusbaum

28 July 1999

On Wednesday, July 28, 1999, every member of Congress in Washington, D.C. will receive a special delivery: A white bag with a red cross containing a hard-backed edition of "Inventing The AIDS Virus", by Dr. Peter Duesberg; an excerpt from "Dancing Naked In The Mind Field", by Dr. Kary Mullis; and a letter calling for a reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS hypothesis, in the form of a General Accounting Office audit of all AIDS Programs and Services. The letter is signed by members of the International Coalition for Medical Justice (ICMJ).

On the following day, a full-page advertisement will be placed in Roll Call, Capitol Hill's political news daily, advertising the package and calling for a reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS Hypothesis.

Additionally, Deane Collie, executive director of the International Coalition for Medical Justice, and Robert Leppo, ICMJ Board Member, will meet with several members of congress and be available to the press in Washington to answer questions.

These events represent a significant and important step in a coordinated effort to promote a public reappraisal of the HIV/AIDS hypothesis. AT THIS VERY IMPORTANT TIME, WE NEED YOUR HELP.

After this message, you will see the text of the letter sent to congress. To support these efforts, it is important you do the following:

Contact members of congress, both in the Senate and the House, expressing your thoughts about this issue in the following ways:

  1. Email them and
  2. Call them locally and call them in Washington and
  3. Write to them.

Here are some additional vital activities you can participate in:

  1. Letters to the editor of your local newspapers.
  2. Letters to all the popular news and science magazines.
  3. Phone calls and faxes to health and political reporters at your local newspaper outlets, letting them know about these events and expressing your views. Be nice, they do listen.
  4. Call the National AIDS Hotline and express your views.
  5. Call the CDC in Atlanta and express your views.
  6. Call the White House and express your views.
  7. Call CNN and ask them why they aren't reporting on it. Be nice, they do listen.
  8. Call ABC, NBC, CBS, local and national affiliates and ask why they aren't reporting on it.
  9. Write a story or commentary on the issue and submit it to your newspaper or local weekly for publication. They actually publish things like that more than you think. Be sure to clarify you are not asking to be paid.

These activities may seem trivial to you, perhaps you think you cannot make a difference alone. And perhaps we should one day debate whether or not one person can make a difference, but it doesn't matter in this case because you are NOT alone!

This is a VERY important opportunity to be proactive. EVERY call that is placed, letter that is written, and personal connection that is made helps to get the word out and establish the reality that more and more people are challenging the HIV/AIDS belief.

PLEASE do all you can!

If you have any questions about how to contact anyone or anything else, If you want to be faxed or mailed copies of the letter sent to congress, or any other materials, If you have any suggestions,

Email Jason Nusbaum at:,
510-649-1110 (O)
810-454-4600 (F)
Berkeley, CA

Its only a matter of time before the the planet wakes up. Those in the establishment are already hitting back hard, David Baltimore calling any kind of reappraisal a total waste of time. Let's do everything we can. Don't lose hope, it is happening. Be a part of it!