Jane Brody and the New York Times Catch Up to Neenyah Ostrom and New York Native 3 Decades Later


This series is archived ("iTunes Redirect" status)

Please note series archiving is a new, experimental, feature of Player FM with the aim of helping users understand how we fetch series and report on any issues.

Replaced by: Charles Ortleb's Truth to Power

When? This feed was archived on December 27, 2017 17:31 (). Last successful fetch was on December 15, 2017 16:50 ()

Why? iTunes Redirect status. The feed contained an iTunes new feed tag.

What now? If you were subscribed to this series when it was replaced, you will now be subscribed to the replacement series. This series will no longer be checked for updates. If you believe this to be in error, please check if the publisher's feed link below is valid and contact support to request the feed be restored or if you have any other concerns about this.

Manage episode 192611612 series 1619902
By Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio streamed directly from their servers.

Charles Ortleb, the publisher and editor-in-chief of New York Native, discusses a recent column on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Jane E. Brody in The New York Times. He also discusses the reporting he published by Neenyah Ostrom in New York Native on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome three decades earlier. Not only did The New York Times ignore Ortleb's dedication to covering Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemic, but the paper also mocked Ortleb when his paper went out of business in 1997 after a coordinated boycott by the AIDS activist group Act Up. Ortleb's account of his newspaper's attempt to bring the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemic to the public's attention can be found in his book Truth to Power which is available at Amazon.

Previous Podcasts

The AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Connection The Disturbing Autism and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Connection
The mathematician who insists that the HIV story of AIDS does not add up. The "Dediscovery" of HIV: The Australian scientists who almost destroyed the AIDS paradigm and may have inadvertently found the key to the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemic. The Interview with Dr. Jose Montoya, one of the world's leading Chronic Fatigue Syndrome researchers. A discussion of Jonathan Lyon, a man with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome whose father had AIDS. Is there a connection? Will he be a better spokesperson for CFS than Laura Hillenbrand and Jennifer Brea? How the mistakes of CDC researcher Mary Guinan helped create the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome disaster. Is Anthony Fauci the Bernie Madoff of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Why are Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients infected with the AIDS-associated Kaposi’s Sarcoma Virus? Did it come from pigs? Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the Centers for Disease Control's HIV Ponzi scheme. Are AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome the New Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment? An interview with Hillary Johnson, one of the world's most important Chronic Fatigue Syndrome journalists. * Please support this radio show by buying one or more of Charles Ortleb's books on the dishonest science and politics of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, HHV-6, HIV, and AIDS. Charles Ortleb's books on Amazon All are available in print and Kindle versions.
Truth to Power The definitive history of the intertwined epidemics of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Iatrogenocide Notes for a political philosophy of epidemiology and science inspired by the fraud and deceit in AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research.

The Stonewall Massacre A provocative work of fiction that asks what would have happened is the gay movement had been totally destroyed at the Stonewall Riots.

Pig: A Memoir The Animal Farm for a new generation. A laugh-out-loud political satire about the new totalitarianism of public health. Butterfly Ghosts Charles Ortleb's stunning first collection of poetry.

The Last Lovers on Earth The Closing Argument
Iron Peter Silence, Exile, and Cunning Holocaust II

His play:
The Black Party His albums on Spotify (as lyricist) Collaboration *
The Lady Upstairs * The Girl from Perkins Cove * Hey You * Existentialist

19 episodes available. A new episode about every 7 days averaging 42 mins duration .