LDB is Leigionaires Disease Bacteria

It originated in 1976, some years before HIV.

The disease is named after the outbreak where it was first identified, the 1976 American Legion convention in Philadelphia.[14]

Let’s compare the naming of this to the naming of HIV.

HIV – Human Immunodeficiency Virus

LDB – Legionaires Disease Bacteria

It’s odd that it would not be named HDB – Human Disease Bacteria – what attributes does this bacteria have that make it specific to participants at 1976 American Legion Convention in Philadelphia?

When we study this we see that the air conditioning was dirty and contained the common bacteria L. pneumophila.

So it should be called ACDB – Air Conditioning Disease Bacteria

If it affected the LGBT community it should be called LGBTACDB.

When we look at the naming of what appears to be a specific bacteria, L. pneumophila, we see the L is not lesbian, it’s Legionaires.

So far all we have is a naming of pneumophila bacteria adding the term Legionaires but in reality, there is no specific bacteria that only gravitates to people who attend American Legion Conventions (ALC’s).

So far calling it Legionaire’s disease is a farce. It’s Pneumophila Bacteria. So what is PB?

It’s the bacteria that causes pneumonia. The humans that attended the 1976 American Legion Convention got pneumonia from bacteria that was flourishing in the dirty air conditioning system. They got pneumonia – P.

Ever leave the car on a hot day after driving and then get back in and turn the air conditioning back on and notice a stinky smell? That’s this bacteria. It’s everywhere. If breeds in damp dirty air conditioning systems.

So if we were to get sick from driving in a car with a dirty air conditioning system, we would go to the doctor and they could exclaim “OMG there’s this new disease caused by car air conditioning” and name it ADB – Automobile Disease Bacteria or call it CACDB for Car Air Conditioning Disease Bacteria.

This is the same as how they came up with LDB as a name for Legionaire’s who got pneumonia and how doctors started the misleading new label for immune system deficiencies that had names like pneumonia.

Like with HIV, really, they should, since the bacteria affects humans, and not just Legionaires or LGBTQ’s, call it HDB – Human Disease Bacteria.

But since it causes pneumonia, really the more accurate linguistic form would be PDB – Pneumonia Disease Bacteria as this bacteria causes pneumonia disease.

Of course how many humans would say pneumonia disease, it’s like saying human people. We just say pneumonia because we know it’s a disease. We just say people because we know they are human.

The stupidity of it is like calling the doctor a doctor physician.

Used in a sentence, “My doctor physician kept repeating himself with these terms like LDB which is like saying human disease bacteria as if I need to be reminded that I am human.

So why are they adding all these term$ to pneumonia? It doesn’t matter that humans that attended 1976 American Legion Convention in Philadelphia one bit as what they got was pneumonia caused by PDB.

So going back to HIV, we have this odd naming of a virus, in such generalized terms as if it’s something new when it isn’t. The virus affects humans, well duh. It’s like we should go to the doctor and he says “You have human pneumonia”. We would respond, “Well I’m human doctor of course it’s human pneumonia. I have P why call it HP, and why did the other doctor I went to that also sounded like an idiot tell me I had HIP which he said stood for Human Immunodeficiency Pneumonia when we all know that pneumonia is an immune deficiency disease? What is wrong with all you guys?”

Take a look at the official government page on this Legionaire’s Disease Pneumonia Bacteria Virus as seen here. Notice how they call pneumonia LDB even if you never went to Philadelphia.

Feature image of bacteria found everywhere on the planet all day every day that causes those who have ve$ted intere$t to give the same thing a multitude of different names is in the public domain as provided by the CDC Public Health Image Library.