This is the first film to present the uncensored POVs of virtually all the major players; in their own settings, in their own words. It rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is based. House of Numbers could well be the opening volley in a battle to bring sanity and clarity to an epidemic gone awry.
Its message is strong and clear: HIV doesn’t cause Aids.
It turns out that Aids is simply a spurious basket diagnosis invented to sell antiretroviral medication for a wide range of unrelated problems, and the drugs don’t really work.
The documentary’s claim is backed by 18 doctors and scientists who are interviewed for the film. At one point there is an extended sequence explaining that you can’t take a picture of the HIV virus: and explores how different scientists will disagree on how, and whether their method is best.
There is one part I found to be a little alarming, and that was when the film-maker manages to find a woman working in a kiosk located in a small but central shopping center in Africa giving HIV tests, who accidentally misinforms him about why she is asking for information on his health risk behaviors.
“Are you gay, or do you inject drugs?”There is an interview with Christine Maggiore, who talks about her difficult decision to go against medical advice by refusing Aids medication, medication, and how much better she felt as a result.
The documentary was disturbing in itself, notwithstanding calling these drug companies and scientist out for what they really are:
"complicit ‘aiders’ & abettors of egregious crimes against humanity."
Why are there global conflicting viewpoints from an unprecedented array of over 30 of the most prominent and influential figures in the field?
Why does the definition of AIDS change from country to country and over time?
Why do esteemed scientists debate over the HIV virus?
Why aren’t the HIV tests reliable globally?
Why do the worldwide statistics differ?
House of Numbers is a multi-faceted project which crosses into five continents, and reveals a research establishment in disarray, and health policy gone tragically off course.