Introduction by Charles Ortleb, Dean of HHV-6 University
I started HHV-6 University in 2004 in order to continue the reporting we had done at my newspaper, New York Native. As I detail in my book Truth to Power, from 1986 when the virus was supposedly “discovered,” until we went out of business in 1997, we featured stories on the virus on a regular basis. Our reporting suggested that the HIV paradigm of AIDS is one of the biggest mistakes ever made in science and medicine. As research about HHV-6 rolled out, it became clear that the real culprit in AIDS is HHV-6. The AIDS establishment has gotten rich on HIV fraud. It is a virtual Ponzi scheme. But the big political problem for the AIDS establishment is that HHV-6 seems to be playing a starring role in many other epidemics, like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, autism and you-name-it.
I’ve called HHV-6 “The Fifty Shades of AIDS Virus” because of all the epidemics it is involved in and all the damage it is capable of doing. HHV-6 is the biggest story in public health and yet it seems that nobody in the scientific, medical, or media communities really wants to talk about it. The story is almost too big and too scary. From covering AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for more than three decades, it is obvious to me that one of the motivations for the silent treatment is the fear of causing public panic. And anger. When people realize that the Centers for Disease Control has basically been covering up the HHV-6 pandemic, the credibility of the CDC and its employees will be in question for many decades to come. How would you like to be the one to tell the American people that you had gotten AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and autism wrong for decades?
What do we do in the middle of a crisis like this? Well, send for a cartoonist, of course. Sometimes only humor and sarcasm can find the light at the end of the tunnel.
Julian Lake has been doing cartoons at HHV-6 University for the last decade. He has created a character he calls “Miss Thing.” She is a very sarcastic and impatient observer of this debacle. Miss Thing doesn’t like the games people in lab coats play. She doesn’t like cover-ups and she doesn’t mince words. Behind her dark sunglasses are uncompromising eyes that direct their laser focus into the dark corners of corrupt science and medicine. Miss Thing is not looking for friends. Except the ones who want to know the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
Decades from now, when historians look back at the corrupt era of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome pseudoscience, they will wonder why nobody spoke up. When they discover the cartoons of Julian Lake and the irreverent wit of Miss Thing, they will feel more hopeful about the human race knowing that somebody did.