Dr Robert Willner Injects “HIV” into himself on TV

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Four months after making this video, Dr Robert Willner died in a heart attack incident.

They killed him.

Dr Willner was a good man. He gave his life for the truth.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Dr. Robert Willner M.D.,Ph.d (21 June 1929 — 15 April 1995) was a doctor from Florida who became famous for his role in AIDS denialism, the view that AIDS is not caused by HIV infection.

Willner described himself as originally an “orthodox” physician who slowly transitioned to alternative medicine, particularly following his wife’s 1978 struggle with cancer chemotherapy. In 1995, Willner asserted that “I am convinced you can prevent all diseased with diet, lifestyle changes, sanitation.”

Willner’s Florida medical license was suspended in 1990 following a Florida Board of Medicine ruling that Willner had made inappropriate medical claims for food products.

On October 14, 1993, in a press conference at Arrecife de Lanzarote, Spain, Willner jabbed his finger with blood from Pedro Tocino, hemophilia patient who tested HIV positive after VIII factor transfusions.

Willner authored a book presenting his point of view on the relation between HIV and AIDS, titled Deadly Deception: the Proof That Sex And HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS.

The book was published shortly after Willner’s medical license was revoked for, among other things, treating an AIDS patient with ozone therapy.

The following month, on October 28, 1994, in a press conference at a Hollywood, California hotel, Willner jabbed his finger with blood he said was from an HIV-infected patient.

Willner died April 15, 1995, of a heart attack.

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2 thoughts on “Dr Robert Willner Injects “HIV” into himself on TV”

  1. african channels tv and radio are fulfiled with pseudo AIDS warning movies(scripts written and sponsored by caucas….- story always the same about young girls/boys dating ) … just another way to control africans natality

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