I rarely, if ever, venture into the world of conspiracies, but I couldn't think of any other way to bring this article to your attention.
is an educated man, qualified physician and entrepreneur. He has made several
significant claims as they relate to the cure for cancer and AIDS. He insists that chemotherapy actually contributes, if not causes death in cancer
patients. He claims retro-viral drugs do not alleviate AIDS and indeed are largely responsible for death by AIDS. He further reinforces his claims by
insisting that the pharmacorps know that their anti retro-virals are fatal and bury the evidence to reap the rewards.
He believes that high dose multi-vitamin tablets will cure cancer, AIDS, heart disease and many other serious conditions and diseases. Cattle do not
suffer heart attacks and they don't take retro-viral drugs. Cattle don't have heart attacks and they consume vitamin C as part of their diet...ergo
vitamins stop heart attacks
Taking advantage of Thabo Mbekis view that retro viral drugs couldn't alleviate a disease that doesn't exist. Matthias took himself over to S Africa
to begin studies that would indicate medicine was a lie propagated by pharmacorps and doesn't really work.
Guardian newspaper September 2008
A qualified doctor who is thought to have made millions selling nutritional supplements around the globe through his website empire, Rath claimed
his pills could reverse the course of Aids and distributed them free in South Africa, where campaigners, who have won a hard-fought battle to persuade
the government to roll out free Aids drugs to keep millions alive, believe Rath's activities led to deaths.
The Dr Rath Foundation focuses its promotional activities on eight countries - the US, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, France
and Russia - claiming that his micronutrient products will cure not just Aids, but cancer, heart disease, strokes and other illnesses
Once in South Africa he began the 'studies' and was swiftly challenged by worldwide media whom he then attempted to sue...namely The Guardian and
Ben Goldacre of Bad Science
. Several hundred thousand deaths (1999-
2007) have resulted from S Africa's refusal to acknowledge the efficacy of anti retro-viral drugs.
In the midst of this Rath employed an Anthony Brink
. This guy styled himself as an
and disputes the existence of AIDS as well as any conventional medical studies
So far we have a man who sells vitamins as a cure for most things including AIDS. A man that doesn't believe AIDS is what the wider medical community
thinks it is. A President and Ministers that don't believe anti retro-virals work to alleviate AIDS.
Steal This Chapter: Bad Science
So this was the situation into which the vitamin-pill entrepreneur Matthias Rath inserted himself, prominently and expensively, with the wealth he
had amassed from Europe and America, exploiting anti-colonial anxieties with no sense of irony, although he was a white man offering pills made in a
factory abroad. His adverts and clinics were a tremendous success. He began to tout individual patients as evidence of the benefits that could come
from vitamin pills – although in reality some of his most famous success stories have died of AIDS. When asked about the deaths of Rath’s star
patients, Health Minister Tshabalala-Msimang replied: “It doesn’t necessarily mean that if I am taking antibiotics and I die, that I died of
The Rath Foundation
In 2005, Rath began to offer his nutritional supplement VitaCell to people with Aids in Khayelitsha, a township outside Cape Town. He claims he
was running a trial, that participants were suffering from advanced Aids and that none were on or had been on anti-retroviral drugs. Some died,
however, and relatives have given statements claiming that some of them had been on ARVs (anti retro-virals) but were told to stop using them.
advertised widely. He even claimed that his activities were endorsed by huge lists
of sponsors and affiliates including the World Health Organization, UNICEF and UNAIDS. All have issued statements flatly denouncing his claims and
The United Nations has condemned Rath’s adverts as “wrong and misleading”. “This guy is killing people by luring them with unrecognised
treatment without any scientific evidence,” said Eric Goemaere, head of Médecins sans Frontières SA, a man who pioneered anti-retroviral therapy
in South Africa. Rath sued him.
A man called Zackie Achmat
grew increasingly concerned about the growing AIDS problem in his
native S Africa. As a call to action he set up a group called Treatment Action Campaign
successfully sued the Govt for it's failure to provide anti-HIV drugs for pregnant mothers to prevent their child being infected. The growing
movement for health care since 2002 has resulted in the firing of the Health Minister last year. As Mbeki has left power an anti retro-viral policy
has been enacted and the 100 000s of HIV+ and AIDS sufferers will have increasing access to the drugs.
In the meantime, Mr Brink has filed an indictment against Zachie Achmat (HIV+) that is startling when you read the final page...
The Dr Rath Foundation focuses its promotional activities on eight countries - the US, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, South Africa, Spain,
France and Russia. The Rath Foundation recently expanded its reach into Russia, where Aids has been on the increase. In an advertisement in Izvestia
in February, Rath attacked the pharmaceutical industry and suggested that heart attacks, strokes and cancers could be cut to a fraction of the present
level through "natural health approaches".
Please read this article for the full account...Matthias Rath - steal this
It's written by a man that was sued by Rath and won
I'm no fan of the Pharmacorps extorting money from Third World countries or even my own country, but Mr Rath seems a wholly different matter. His
education makes it difficult to believe that he honestly believes vitamins and diet will cure AIDS, cancer and heart disease...that he's prepared to
bet people's lives on it makes me very uneasy. It's compounded by his mission to cure the world by vitamins being tied to his business of selling
those very same vitamins