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"HIV" is a myth. Thabo Mbeki knew it, he knew his people were/are being targeted so to speak. Kary Mullis has a good 18:32 interview on youtube about it. Beri beri, pellagra, scurvy, once upon a time these were infectious diseases. Peter Duesbergs 'Inventing the Aids virus' covers it. He was approached with a paper with a slot for him to sign saying Koch's postulates has been met for it. The guy was having dinner with the editor of the journal 'Nature' that evening and said the paper would be published within the week if he signed it. He didnt sign it.

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"HIV" is a myth. Thabo Mbeki knew it, he knew his people were/are being targeted so to speak. Kary Mullis has a good 18:32 interview on youtube about it. Beri beri, pellagra, scurvy, once upon a time these were infectious diseases. Peter Duesbergs 'Inventing the Aids virus' covers it. He was approached with a paper with a slot for him to sign saying Koch's postulates has been met for it. The guy was having dinner with the editor of the journal 'Nature' that evening and said the paper would be published within the week if he signed it. He didnt sign it.

 

Nice one, John.

I've seen many that says HIV is a myth...but none tells me what caused it instead. Another virus? (=_=) seriously......

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Nice one, John.

I've seen many that says HIV is a myth...but none tells me what caused it instead. Another virus? (=_=) seriously......

 

I believe the Duesberg/Mullis prevailing theory is glucocorticoid drugs.

 

Ironically, glucocorticoids have been shown to stimulate HIV replication and AIDs progression in [real] scientific studies.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11282284

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I believe the Duesberg/Mullis prevailing theory is glucocorticoid drugs.

 

Ironically, glucocorticoids have been shown to stimulate HIV replication and AIDs progression in [real] scientific studies.

http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/11282284

 

Nice one. It definitely shows otherwise.

After reading

http://www.smart-publications.com/interviews/mavericks-of-medicine/dr-peter-duesberg

http://tmh.floonet.net/articles/anderson.html

 

 

there are numerous problems with the HIV-AIDS theory. For example, not everyone infected with HIV gets AIDS, and not everyone with AIDS symptoms is infected with HIV.

First, AIDS is not infectious. For example, between 1981 and 2004, 930,000 American AIDS patients had been treated by doctors or health care workers. But, despite the absence of an anti-AIDS vaccine, there is not a single case report in the peer-reviewed literature of a doctor or health care worker, who has ever contracted AIDS (rather than just HIV) from any one of these 930,000 patients in now twenty-five years. Likewise, not one of the thousands of HIV-AIDS researchers has ever contracted AIDS from HIV, nor is there an AIDS epidemic among prostitutes anywhere in the world.

 

I LOL'd.

 

 

 

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I loled a bit, then I stopped.

The problem with this absurd denial of the link between HIV and AIDS is more tragic than comic.

It offered an opportunity for two bad things to happen. firstly it gave an excuse not to treat the disease with antivirals which is bad news for the patient,.

Secondly it gave snake oil salesmen a chance to prey on those unfortunate enough to be infected.

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