They say the HI virus is very difficult to determine if it’s been eliminated, then they claim they have no trouble finding it.

That’s like saying that they can see a Martian on the moon but they can’t get rid of him.

Both statements may be true or false or partially true or partially false, but they are all at the same time a fantasy.

A Martian on the moon may be truly seen, but proving that it’s actually someone from Mars is another story. Proving that viruses are what they say they are is equally daunting, no, impossible.

So the science that is popular opinion regarding the HI virus says they have no trouble finding it, so then it can’t become undetectable and still be there.

See the contradictions? It’s like saying they have no trouble finding a Martian on the moon and then claiming that now because we can’t find it, it’s still there, that it couldn’t have possibly hopped back on it’s space ship and left that celestial body. Same with our bodies. If HI viruses can get there they can leave. There is no way for them to detect that because they cannot explore everywhere in the body. Thus the claim that it never leaves is bogus unless they know that HI viruses use Martian space ships to get around.

In other words, the stAndArd/HI virus theories are nonsense.

The truth of the matter is, they have never found the HI virus, they have only found random antibodies and make claims they “find the virus”. Finding random antibodies is like a Martian finding life on earth and then going back and claiming to the Grand Martianess Queen that he discovered intelligent life on HI/V/Earth. Sorry hon, that doesn’t exist.

But here’s the thing: It’s very difficult to determine whether HIV has been truly eliminated from the body, and even conventional antiretroviral therapy — which the patient was also taking — reduces HIV to undetectable levels. – Popular Science

The article also states that “It’s too soon to say that HIV is cured”.

You can’t cure something that doesn’t exist, unless it is pork, which oddly enough does exist.

What they claimed in the disco daze of  the 1980’s when this Homocaust started is that a virus caused complex diseases all of which have other causes, and that you catch it, not with a catcher’s mitt, but when a penis is thrown at you.

All viruses can fly and so can mosquitoes. If it was a viral cause, it would have infected everyone by now.

Infected? Funny term.

If I go to a concert, with a body of people, I infected it. If a virus goes to a body of cells, it infects it. If a co-worker comes into the lunch room where a bunch of us are cracking jokes about how stupid HI virology is, our laughter infects the room and that person infects the room.

Infections are not the problem. It’s like trying to rid the world of infectious laughter. Why?

Viruses are everywhere. They are eliminations from cells. They are floating in the air. They are not the cause unless they maybe are looked at as backed up poop creating a mess, in which case we can still go back to their claim that they have no trouble finding it and see that flaw in action.

It’s like saying you have no trouble finding $20 laying on the ground right there in front of you, and saying out of the other side of your mouth that you can’t determine if it’s not there.

Hocus pocus medi-rocus. Poof! Fear be gone!

At least the fear is real. And it can be determined if it’s not there.

It’s not here. I’m determined.

Interior illustration to H. G. Wells‘ novel The War of the Worlds from reprinting in Amazing Stories, August 1927. Public domain.