Forgive me for bringing this up again, but I guess that I'm highly fascinated by people who are so morbidly fascinated with themselves. I'm finding that, for most of the people that I've admired in my life, it's better not to look too close. It can be so very disappointing when you do. It's not that you just find out that they are, after all, just human. It's that you find out that they are severely flawed humans. Worse than most. Sick even. Most of the people that I truly admire are the ones that I think really care about humanity and the Whole of Life. And yet, those are the ones I have often found out only truly care about themselves and gain a lot of attention by putting on a show of caring for us all.
There are a rare few exceptions... At least it appears there are... I think Ron Paul is one. Clark Baker appears to be another.
Have you been to Gary Null's website? The home page alone lists the name "Gary" or "Gary Null" no less than 18 times, that I counted, and there could be some I missed. What do you think the main topic and concern of Gary Null's website is? Well, it's obviously Gary Null and what Gary Null can sell. It's not about health. It's not about AIDS or HIV. It's not about you at all. Those are all side issues and props. It's about promoting Gary Null.
This article is not all about Gary Null though.
Gary Null is just one obvious example of a dangerously over-inflated ego. He is not, by a long shot, the only one. And he's supposedly on the good side!! But should we prop up and encourage this type of person simply because they appear to be doing some good? Well, Gary Null refuses to help others that are also doing good because he wants to be the "top dog". I think this is a huge hindrance in the long run. Again, it is because of the type of personality that Gary Null has that we are in such trouble now. The deeper cause behind the symptoms.
We all need to pitch in and help and if one person decides they don't want to support others in helping because they are afraid they'll lose their position as the "expert", then I think they actually end up slowing us all down and need to be taken down from their position. The focus becomes them instead of the message.
We do NOT need people like Gary Null. Our stance is not that feeble. We just need to realize it.
A member of the AIDSMythExposed.com forum summed it up very succinctly this way:
And then another poster added:
I think all sociopaths are poseurs. The most dangerous aspect of a sociopath is having NO conscious and yet being able to put on the show that they are exceptionally empathetic.
Read this excerpt from "The Sociopath Next Door: The Ruthless vs. the Rest of Us" to more fully understand what I'm talking about.
I also bring this up because I think that if we are to get anywhere in getting out the message of the truth about HIV and AIDS, we are going to have to deal with the people who have put themselves in the place of "running the show". Some of these are seriously ill people. This whole paradigm has been built on the very strong need of sociopaths to fulfill a deep hunger for attention and recognition regardless of whether it is for anything substantial or meaningful or whether it it hurtful to everybody. I think they even begin to believe their own lies. On the other hand, after years of being dumbed downed and confused by fluoride placed in the water by more sociopahts, the masses out there are also hungry for someone to lead them and tell them what to do. The sociopath is more than willing to step up and take the role. It's the perfect recipe for disaster on an epic scale. It's what we are seeing being played out before us all over the world and in America specifically. George W Bush is a very prominent example of a sociopath.
We have to notice that these people create a construct or image of something that people begin to give a reality of it's own, apart from the people who created it. We begin to fight "AIDS" and "HIV". Or we are fighting the "New World Order" or the "Establishment". These things do not have any reality unless we give it to them. There are individual people that need to be confronted and dealt with. This is what is powerful about Clark Baker's investigation. He is confronting the individuals that are hiding behind the big scary monster that they have created to hide themselves behind. The individuals behind these huge monsters are not so powerful when you get them alone, one-on-one. They start whining like babies, throwing things and crying for daddy. They need the mob behind them and the big scary special effects in front of them to keep up the scam of being a big powerful entity. Most of them are pathetic, powerless pipsqueaks. We need to stop fighting the "FDA", the "medical industry", the "AIDS industry", etc., and begin targeting those people behind them... Outright and by name. I think many of these agencies and organizations were originally meant to help protect us from the people who are now running them. We need to start learning to protect ourselves.
We cannot let them continue to scream for rights as individuals apart from the bogey man they have created because they are the bogey man and they are hurting everyone. These individual people are the monsters.
We need to get the uninformed, brainwashed people to start looking at the jobs they are holding. What exactly are they supporting by being that secretary that answers the phone at the local FDA office? All those clerks and people "just doing their jobs" and not really hurting anyone. I say yes they ARE hurting people too because these agencies couldn't exist without using these people as a foundation to run on. If these huge organizations didn't have anyone working for them they couldn't function. These evil people need other people to do their dirty work for them while they keep their hands clean. They will never admit to doing anything wrong.
So maybe those of us who truly wish to see positive change need to make a list of these individuals who are destroying so many lives. We need to publish their email addresses, their phone numbers, their public positions and begin to shine powerfully bright lights on them, the light of Truth. When they scurry like cockroaches we'll remove the rocks they are hiding under and shine even more lights on them. Then we can pull them out and put them on trial. And then sentence them to no less than taking their own medicine, eating their own genetically modified foods and preservatives, vaccinating them with their own viruses, etc.. Since these things are all good for us then this shouldn't be such a bad punishment, right? If we are to believe them, they should actually live forever and be the happiest, healthiest people on earth.
Gary Null's response to Clark Baker and Gallo's Egg
Open letter to Gary Null about Clark Baker and Gallo's Egg