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Monday, October 16, 2017

WHAT IS AIDS?


Aids, a backfired dreadful disease destined to decimate Africa, now those responsible, Western Europe and the American governments have bowed in shame without talking about it

Aids, a backfired dreadful disease destined to decimate Africa, now those responsible, Western Europe and the American governments have bowed in shame without talking about it



To induce an Aids disease, the interaction of three types of agents is necessary. Each of these three agents alone is hardly transmittable from person to person and harmless for immunocompetent persons.


a) By f.e mycotoxins and viruses of the Herpes group, transient immunosuppression are produced. 

b) Because of that, HIV is able to establish itself and produce a permanent immunosuppression.

C) Because of that again, the agents of the typical Aids diseases are able to establish themselves and cause illnesses.

A) Mycotoxins and Herpes viruses have spread randomly in regions of subsequent incidents of Aids. Hence, without becoming ill above-average numbers of persons have developed immunoreactions against them. 

There are even persons with Aids that become unexpected rarely ill by these agents. They had been induced increasingly to develop immunoreactions against these agents when they were still immunocompetent.

Persons with immunodeficiencies, which have originated independently of Aids, become ill in above-average numbers by them.

B) HIV is hardly transmittable from person to person. It has been introduced selectively into persons via vaccines, drugs, blood-transfusions, and selective in food. 

HIV containing microbes in water, in insects, and by spraying; In regions with unselected introductions, above-average numbers of persons without ever becoming ill have developed antibodies against HIV.

By increasing cortisol and diminishing rhythmic hormone HIV can induce an immunodeficiency against agents hitherto not met by the organism.

C) Agents of the specific Aids diseases are that type of not having been met. They were spread randomly in regions where persons had been infected with HIV. 

Hence, above-average numbers of persons there without ever becoming ill have developed immunoreactions against them. 

Persons with permanent immunodeficiencies of any kind, included are immunodeficiencies by HIV, cannot produce sufficient immunoreactions and are becoming ill by them in above-average numbers.

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