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Friday, March 9, 2018

ISOSPOROSIS IN AIDS AND AS A BIO-WEAPON


Isosporiasis is an intestinal disease of a parasite, isospora belli, used as a bioweapon against enemies by the British government and in some African states

Isosporiasis is an intestinal disease of a parasite, isospora belli, used as a bioweapon against enemies by the British government and in some African states


Isosporosis is not a consequence of HIV-infection. In HIV-infected patients, it was produced on purpose by infection with Isospora belli, and has a fatal effect. An isosporosis of an immunologically healthy person can be cured.


Isospora belli is a bred diarrhea-causing agent, which originally occurred in 1915, during the war operations of the British government. It can be absorbed out of the environment. 

Isospora belli agents were put into action in connection with HIV-infections, particularly in Zaïre, Haïti, and Uganda.

Isosporosis was not described as being the consequence of intentionally produced immunodeficiencies. Isospores are, therefore, not opportunistic agents which come to bloom when there is a reduction of defence.

In 1983, Isosporosis was first described among Aids patients, three originating from Haïti, in the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida, USA. In Kinshasa, 19% of all Aids patients were also infected with Isospora belli, and likewise in Lusaka, Zambia.


Related topic: ISOSPOROSIS: AN AGENT USED BY THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT DURING WAR OPERATIONS


In Haïti, it was 15%, and in Uganda, 13% of the slim-disease patients had Isosporosis. But in the USA, there were only 0.2%. Surprisingly, a quarter of those infected in America originated from Haïti. Evidence revealed that they had stayed in special camps in Florida.

Probably and likely, there wasn't any evidence that a single United States citizen was infected with Isospora belli in relation to Aids.

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