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1 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Jun 10, 2011 10:46:46pm

I worked for the AidsWalk in SF one summer, and we had some annoyance with these kids…a spin-off of ACT-UP…who had fallen for this crap. Of course, that made us the BAD minions of homphobic Big Medicine.

Idiots. Dangerous, heartbreaking idiots.

2 researchok  Sat, Jun 11, 2011 4:13:43am

Breathtaking denial.

3 RanchTooth  Sat, Jun 11, 2011 9:17:39am
How the CDC’s AIDS definition works:

Kaposi’s Sarcoma + HIV = AIDS
Kaposi’s Sarcoma - HIV = Kaposi’s Sarcoma
Pneumonia + HIV = AIDS
Pneumonia - HIV = Pneumonia
Dementia + HIV = AIDS
Dementia - HIV = Dementia
and so on…

There is no disease that is only caused by HIV. HIV is said to cause 29 old diseases when it is present. When it is not, the original causes of these diseases are responsible for them.

The official definition of AIDS creates a 100% correlation between the virus and AIDS. This “correlation” is not objective or scientific, but is artificial and deceptively self-fulfilling.

Estimated total HIV infected worldwide: 28,000,000 ?
Total of reported AIDS cases worldwide: 1,400,000

95% percent of people with HIV do not have AIDS.

I can’t even begin to deconstruct this… this is so dumb and overlooks so much basic information that is known about HIV/AIDS and science/health in general that it makes me rabid.

Also… This little gem:

HIV fails Koch’s postulates.
The universal test used by scientists to determine if a disease is truly being caused by an infection was designed over one hundred years ago by Robert Koch.

Koch’s postulates state:

The organism:

must be found in all cases of the disease.
must be isolated from the host and grown in pure culture.
must cause the same disease when injected into a new, healthy host.
must be found growing again in the newly diseased host.
Here is how HIV does on this test:

The germ must be found in all cases of the diseases. FAILS.
10 to 20% of AIDS patients have no HIV at all.
Only tiny amounts of HIV, usually dormant, can be found in any AIDS patient.
The germ must be isolated from the host and grown in pure culture. PASSES - but only on a technicality.
Huge amounts of cell tissue are needed to find HIV.
HIV needs a chemically induced process to reactivate.
By contrast, large amounts of active virus can be found with other viruses.
The germ must cause the same disease when injected into a new, healthy host. FAILS - hands down.
HIV does not cause AIDS in test animals like chimpanzees.
human health care workers accidentally infected with HIV rarely get AIDS unless they use recreational drugs … or AZT.
The germ must be found growing again in the newly diseased host. FAILS - for not passing postulate 3.
HIV fails this test.

For those of you unfamiliar with Koch’s postulates and medical research, the ones they use here were developed in… drum roll please… 1884! They were used to describe anthrax and tuberculosis (bacteria), but were developed before the discovery of viruses. They are still used today but have been updated to SEVEN criterion for the 21st century to include viruses and account for bacteria (such as cholera) that can be found in perfectly healthy people, NOT the 19th which these morons use.


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