In this interview, Celia Farber shares her expertise on the HIV/AIDS epidemic and its relevance to the current COVID-19 pandemic. As a journalist and author of Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS, Farber sheds light on the fear tactics, cancel culture, and censorship that were prevalent during the HIV/AIDS epidemic. She uncovers the deadly consequences of the drug AZT and the trials that Dr. Anthony Fauci conducted on children, infants, and pregnant mothers.
Farber also discusses how the same tactics used during the HIV/AIDS epidemic are being employed today in the response to COVID-19. She provides insight into the fearmongering, censorship, and the "woke" takeover of science, medicine, and journalism that are currently prevalent in the social landscape. The interview provides a comprehensive look into the parallels between these two pandemics and the lessons we can learn from our past to be better prepared for the future.
Throughout the interview, Farber provides a unique and eye-opening perspective on the intersection of pandemics and the media. She shares her thoughts on the importance of investigative journalism, speaking truth to power, and the need for uncensored information. This interview is a must-listen for anyone interested in understanding the historical and social context of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Celia Farber is a native New Yorker who grew up in Sweden and returned to the United States to attend college. She now divides her time between Spain and New York City.
Best known for her writings against pandemic propaganda, from AIDS to Covid, she was also an early critic of the emerging thought forms that would become "woke." Since the late 1980s, she has written for Harper's, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Salon, The New York Press, The New York Post, Herald on Sunday (Scotland), and many more. From 1987 to 1997, Celia Farber wrote and edited SPIN magazine's AIDS column, "Words from the Front." Her 1998 Esquire cover story on O. J. Simpson broke sales records for the magazine that had held since the 1970s and was translated and syndicated to over twenty-five countries. She is a contributing writer at The Epoch Times.
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