Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS (Paperback)

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Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS (Paperback)

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"Farber is] a lucid and courageous witness to the power-play behind the first 'scamdemic, ' . . . Her] work is journalism at its best--solid, lucid, and humane, attacking wrongs that few dare touch, and thereby helping right them."

--Mark Crispin Miller, bestselling author and professor of media studies at NYU

On April 23, 1984, in a packed press conference room in Washington, DC, the secretary of health and human services declared, "The probable cause of AIDS has been found." By the next day, "probable" had fallen away, and the novel retrovirus later named HIV became forever lodged in global consciousness as "the AIDS virus."

Celia Farber, then an intrepid young reporter for SPIN magazine, was the only journalist to question the official narrative and dig into the science of AIDS. She reported on the "evidence" that was being continually cited and repeated by health officials and the press, the deadliness of AZT, and Dr. Fauci's trials on children, infants, and pregnant mothers. Throughout, Faber's reportage was largely ignored. She was maligned, maliciously attacked, and ultimately canceled.

Now, forty years after her original reporting, Farber's Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS is reissued with a new foreword by Mark Crispin Miller, shining much-needed light on her groundbreaking work once again. More relevant than ever, this book serves as an essential foundation to understanding its catastrophic sequel: COVID-19. Serious Adverse Events makes clear that the tactics employed at the height of HIV/AIDS--the fearmongering, cancel culture, and "woke" takeover of science, medicine, and journalism--persist today. The response to COVID-19 isn't new: it is a well-trod and dangerous path in the social landscape.

"Groundbreaking work."--Bob Guccione, Jr., founder of SPIN magazine

"Farber's research give context to the Covid catastrophe which she all but predicted. Despite the medical cartel's brutal crusade to silence and vilify her, Farber never compromised. . . I'm happy she has lived to experience her own utter vindication. I also love her writing style."--Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Celia Farber is a native New Yorker who grew up in Sweden and returned to the United States to attend college. She now divides her time between Spain and New York City. Best known for her writings against pandemic propaganda, from AIDS to Covid, she was also an early critic of the emerging thought forms that would become "woke." Since the late 1980s, she has written for Harper's, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Salon, The New York Press, The New York Post, Herald on Sunday (Scotland), and many more. From 1987 to 1997, Celia Farber wrote and edited SPIN magazine's AIDS column, "Words from the Front." Her 1998 Esquire cover story on O. J. Simpson broke sales records for the magazine that had held since the 1970s and was translated and syndicated to over twenty-five countries. She is a contributing writer at The Epoch Times. You can follow her work at celiafarber.substack.com. A professor of media studies at New York University, Mark Crispin Miller is the author of Boxed In: The Culture of TV, The Bush Dyslexicon: Observations on a National Disorder, and Fooled Again: The Real Case for Electoral Reform, among other books, as well as many articles and interviews. His Substack, News from Underground, is devoted largely to the critical analysis of propaganda as it pervades our world today.
Product Details ISBN: 9781645022077
ISBN-10: 1645022072
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing Company
Publication Date: March 23rd, 2023
Pages: 288
Language: English