Book previews

All of these books are available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited. Hillary Johnson called THE CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME EPIDEMIC COVER-UP "fascinating and important." It has been on the Amazon bestseller lists since the day it was published.

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

If President Obama really cares about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, then why doesn't he fire Fauci and clean up the Centers for Disease Control?




Truth to Power
New York Native 1980-1997
Available at Amazon in every country.




By the time you finish this eye-opening book you will question everything you have been told about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and AIDS. In this powerfully written history you will find credible and disturbing evidence linking the two epidemics to one virus, HHV-6. You will wonder if HHV-6 is the real AIDS/CFS virus and whether the HIV theory of AIDS is one of the biggest mistakes ever made in medical science. This book will inspire an international debate about HHV-6 and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

*Truth to Power exposes the corrupt world of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research.

*Truth to Power reveals how the Centers for Disease Control has covered up a massive epidemic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and HHV-6, the virus that clearly is what is destroying the immune systems of CFS patients.

*Truth to Power explains why HHV-6 has become the biggest public health problem in the world.

*Truth to Power reveals how HHV-6 may threaten your health and the health of your family and friends.

*Truth to Power uncovers the terrifying possibility that the virus HHV-6 is also infecting the pets of people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

*Truth to Power presents compelling evidence that HHV-6 originated in pigs.

*Truth to Power shows you how political American science has become and why so many honest whistleblowers have been silenced.

Charles Ortleb’s Truth to Power takes you inside the New York Native, one of the most unique and consequential newspapers of the twentieth century. Shortly after starting his small gay New York City newspaper in late 1980, one of the biggest scientific and political stories of our time fell into his lap in the form of the AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemic. What he did with that story has secured his newspaper’s place in history. Under his guidance, a succession of intrepid journalists did some of their greatest work uncovering the crucial facts about the labyrinthine epidemic.

Ortleb made the decision to follow the facts wherever they led. Charles Ortleb’s Truth to Power takes you inside the New York Native, one of the most unique and consequential newspapers of the twentieth century. Shortly after starting his small gay New York City newspaper in late 1980, one of the biggest scientific and political stories of our time fell into his lap in the form of the AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemic. What he did with that story has secured his newspaper’s place in history. Under his guidance, a succession of intrepid journalists did some of their greatest work uncovering the crucial facts about the labyrinthine epidemic.

Ortleb made the decision to follow the facts wherever they led. As a result of the New York Native’s uncompromising investigative reporting, many powerful toes were stepped on. For years the medical and political establishment did everything they could to discredit New York Native and put it out of business. But Ortleb stood his ground for as long as possible and as a result the world now can have a clear understanding of the relationship of AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and HHV-6, the transmissible virus that now threatens everyone on this planet.

Anyone who has wondered why the medical establishment will not tell the truth about the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemic will find the disturbing answer in Truth to Power.
What makes Ortleb so unusual is that not only did he have the natural instincts of a journalist, editor and publisher, but he was also a poet, a fiction writer and a budding political philosopher. Truth to Power is not just a compelling work of journalism and history, but also a major contribution to the intellectual life of our time.

Truth to Power is a 466-page book published by Rubicon Media.

Truth to Power is available on Amazon in both print and Kindle formats.  Also Kindle Unlimited.
Ask for it at your local independent bookstore.


Who can handle the truth?




Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dan Peterson had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mary Guinan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Paul Cheney had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Larry Kramer had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mathilde Krim had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Randy Shilts had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Luc Montagnier had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Henri Agut had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Elaine DeFreitas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Richard Dubois had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Judy Mikovits had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Anthony Fauci had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Gallo had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dharam Ablashi had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nncy Klimas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Lawrence Altman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Stephen Straus had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Asher had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Peter Behan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if David Bell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Karen Bell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if John Bennett had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Royce Biddle had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Biggar had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if William Blattner had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if General Ronald Blanck had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Philip Boffey had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carmine Bozzi had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Cecil Bradley had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jane Brody had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Claire Broome had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jesse Brown had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nathaniel Brown had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Warren Browner had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dedra Buchwald had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Caligiuri had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Charles Carpenter had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if William Carter had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Henry Cassell III had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Cher had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gerald Cochran had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Philip Cole had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dave Connell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Diane Cookfair had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Larry Corey had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Curran had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Daugherty had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jim Dobbins had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walter Dowdle had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gidget Faubion had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Tom Folks had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Keiji Fukuda had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nelson Gantz had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Deborah Gold had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jay Goldstein had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Gottlieb had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jon Gow had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sidney Grossberg  had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Seymour Grufferman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sheila Bastien had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walter Gunn had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sudhir Gupta had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mary Hager had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Marshall Handleman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Berch Henry had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Ronald Herberman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walid Heneine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if C. V. Herst had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Hill had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if  Brendan Hilliard had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gary Holmes had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Byron Hyde had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Marc Iverson had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carol Jessop had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Jones had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jon Kaplan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Kimberly Kenney had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nancy Klimas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Anthony Komaroff had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Hillary Koprowsky had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Phillip Lee had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Paul Levine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Susan Levine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jay Levy had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carlos Lopez had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mark Loveless had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Brian Mahy had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.







TO BE CONTINUED . . .

Blog Archive

Popular Posts in the Last 30 Days

You can support us by listening to these songs by Charles Ortleb on Spotify.

cfs book scrib promo

Previous HHV-6 University Reports

ad for cfs book

Audible CFS book

Closing Argument Audible

African Swine Fever Novel Audible

Stonewall Audible