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hiv hoax?
Nov 17, 2008

Based on my research HIV might be a hoax. When nobody got sick they extended the window period from 10 months to 10 years, most every other virus causes disease before antibody protection, not years later, over a hundered chimpanzees have been inoculted and none have died after 20 years, SIV doesnt occur in wild animals, HIV according to many experts HIV is only in 1/10000 cells, there are no EM pics of these 100,000 ml viral loads, the Nobelist Kary Mullis who invented the PCR says its a multiplication technique not a quantification technique. He's an HIV skeptic as well.

The real causes of Death in "AIDS" cases(whatever that is, 30 previolusly known diseases) is probably the cell killing drug AZT, Mycoplasma incognitus, and severe drug abuse and terror from a positive test.

All that there is to prove the HIV hypothesis is correlation, and the corrleation is an artifact of the definition, TB with hiv antibody is AIDS, w/o is TB! It's not a natural coincidence.

Anyways you guys have been duped! Its mycoplasma incognitus dicovered by the Armed forces institute of Pathology thats the only microbe to worry about. Reference here.

Histopathology and doxycycline treatment in a previously healthy non-AIDS patient systemically infected by Mycoplasma fermentans (incognitus strain).Lo SC, Buchholz CL, Wear DJ, Hohm RC, Marty AM. Department of Infectious and Parasitic Diseases Pathology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306-6000.

The newly recognized human pathogenic mycoplasma M. fermentans (incognitus strain) causes a fatal systemic infection in experimental monkeys, infects patients with AIDS, and apparently is associated with a fatal disease in previously healthy non-AIDS patients. An apparently immunocompetent male who lacked evidence of HIV infection developed fever, malaise, progressive weight loss, and diarrhea and had extensive tissue necrosis involving liver and spleen. M. fermentans (incognitus strain) was centered at the advancing margins of these necrotizing lesions. Following the treatment of 300 mg doxycycline per day for 6 weeks, he recovered fully. He has no fever or diarrhea, and his abnormal liver function tests have returned to normal. He regained all lost strength and 14 kg of lost weight and has remained disease free for more than 1 year.

PMID: 1788266 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

This is not just a case study, it was found in the damaged tissues of about 70% of AIDS patients 6 HIV negatiive patients that died of an acute infection in 1- 7 weeks, primates inoculated also died. Refrences here.

When 2 award winning cancer reserachers Garth and Nancy Nicolson found it the blood of sick gulf war vets Armed agents from the DOD threatened them to stop their research and their boss was shot at the University of Texas MD cancer center after he told it was part of the bioweapons program!

"Project day Lily" is a book they have written, good reveiews from several scientists including a Nobel Laurete in medicine Dr. Roger Guilleman.

What a huge scientific blunder this could be! Here is the film HIV fact or fraud with Duesberg and many others who doubted HIV's causal role.

Response from Dr. DeJesus

Wow... where are you getting your facts? Normally, I will ignore a question like this, but I figure this answer may help many other readers. So for all of you -other readers out there-this is a typical example why you have to be careful selecting the sources where you getting the information on the internet. Select appropriately your source of information from reliable sources, scientific and unbiased; and try to avoid "selective reading", meaning, reading only topics that may continue to support your misconceptions.


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