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AIDS sceptic Celia Farber on the death of Christine Maggiore

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The news has been shattering to all who loved her around the world. Speaking for myself, I can say that Christine Maggiore was one of the strongest, most ethical, compassionate, intelligent, brave, funny, and decent human beings I have ever had the honor to know. I spoke to her in great depth about all aspects of life, death, love, and this battle we both found ourselves mired in, and I will be writing about her and about those conversations here, in the future. No matter what she was going through, and it was always, frankly, sheer hell–every day of her life, since 2005, she faced, acute grief, sadistic persecution, wild injustice, relentless battle, and deep betrayal–she was always there for her friends, and she never descended to human ugliness. She always tried to take the high road. She always tried to be stronger than any human being could ever be asked to be. I feared for her life, always. I feared the battle would kill her, as I have felt it could kill me, if I couldn’t find enough beauty to offset the malevolence. This is a deeply occult battle, and Christine got caught in its darkest shadows.

She had apparently been on a radical cleansing and detox regimen that had sickened her and left her very weak, dehydrated, and unable to breathe. She was shortly thereafter diagnosed with pneumonia and placed on IV antibiotics and rehydration. But she didn’t make it.

Those who loved her, as I did, have our own interpretations of what ultimately killed her–a combination of unrelenting heartbreak and the effect of being subject to a constant, unrelenting media driven hate campaign, despite the complete legal clearing of her name in the death of her daughter Eliza Jane in 2005, who died after taking an antibiotic, and whose cause of death has been tortuously debated. Christine and her husband Robin were denied the right to adopt a child, or foster a child, due to a single article in the L.A. Times which cast her as a murderer.

Written by Richard Wilson

January 6, 2009 at 1:40 pm

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  1. Christine Maggiore died of AIDS, as did her daughter. When will you guys wake up!!!

    Max

    February 22, 2009 at 7:53 am

  2. Max – just to be clear, my inclusion in this article is in no way an endorsement of Farber’s views!

    Richard Wilson

    February 22, 2009 at 9:47 am

  3. Max,

    Many people die of Pneumonia and other diseases everyday and you mean they all have AIDS?? Haha fuck you all AIDS experts!! You can put this AIDS label to almost all dying people because all any other diseases may be caused by it! Satisfy your lies each time an AIDS denialist dies! Someone will die in 2010, 2011, 2012… Hehehe fuck you all AIDS liars!!!:P

    Franz

    March 8, 2009 at 2:00 pm

  4. Sometimes us educated people in the western world make me sick.

    Despite our great technological advances, we still have a long way to go, when it comes to human health we may as well still believe in the “miasma”. Well, I knew Christine, and she did not die of “AIDS”.

    Christine’s main goal was to disprove any link between the non-proven HIV virus, and the tenuous yet tragic condition known as AIDS… well she wanted to do this mainly to liberate gay men from the horrible, retributive wrath of a non-existant or non-interventionist God…

    Her motives, in our many discussions, were to enable young gay guys to enjoy the same life young straight people do… ie. enjoy love, sex, being whole as a human being, not living in fear… Christine always feared the stranged nexus between “AIDS”, the way it emerged overnight, and Reagan’s comments and views…

    No decent or humane or inquisitive gay or bi person should ever attack Christine’s motives, as I know, she was trying to achieve equality for that very same group…… minus the disaster theories….

    I will miss her a lot and our regular chats…. This sudden illness and death, is a terrible shock…. I will miss her and I cannot believe she has gone so suddenly, like this.
    :(

    Luc

    Lucas

    October 2, 2009 at 3:33 pm


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