The latest campaign to push the scam disease syndrome related to HI viruses is called “Talk Testing”.
Ok let’s talk testing. It’s not specific to any ONE/VIRUS. That mean’s you can have had the flu and you can test positive for HIV.
In other words, the HIV test is garbage. It doesn’t find anything specific that can only travel through dicks.
They won’t tell you this though, as everyone just spreads lies because that’s what they have been told, it’s trickle down medicalnomics.
Here is a snapshot of one of these campaign materials that is often used by gay cruising sites who all spread these lies.
They originate from the US Government sponsored Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CFDCAP).
The problem with this campaign though is that as with everything HIV related, when you start talking about testing and tell them that the test is bogus people do one of three things:
- Scream at you like a crazy person saying you are the one that’s insane
- Condescendingly say that you don’t know what you are talking about even though you have been talking testing for 35 years about how the test is bogus
- They ignore you as they don’t want to hear you talk testing in any way that conflicts with their religion and pray for your salvation
I think people generally find it impossible to believe that CDC and any medical influence could ever be corrupt or perpetuate myths that are corrupt and thus with the hysteria and fear ingrained in people’s minds that there’s a virus that can wreak havoc, people tend to believe what they are told because they are not the authority and “How could we be lied to for all these years”.
Unfortunately the HIV pushers are at the core, very corrupt, or just narrow minded. As Trump puts it, “drain the swamp”. As others put it “Take off the blinders”.
Some of the swamp people involved act uncivilized, after all, they lived their their whole life. That is not said in the term that is like in the movies or horror stories, it’s just that they act and make declarations of what causes what when they talk testing from a very narrow perspective. They can’t see through the forest through the trees because the swamp is in the way. The fact remains, from their perspective they don’t see what’s really going on outside the wetland that is filled with trees (and is not a forest) which are very beautiful to look at. Outside all of that we see a whole different world, one where we notice that when we talk testing, things don’t add up correctly.
The CDC acts as an authority, but they more like the Nazis when they make declarations of of who our enemies are in our bodies. It’s like they believe all viruses are Jewish and must be exterminated but the perceived threats are like those of the other holocaust, all based on imaginary concerns and unrealistic and biased ideals. One example of that is how the CDC is constantly targeting the gay community, oh sorry, the LGBTQK+ community. No, the gay community. They don’t target the L’s. There were 11 images as “campaign materials” on the CDC website all of which were showing men, not one woman. Viruses don’t discriminate, but the HIV theory pushers do. They say it’s affecting gays more than anyone. That in itself MAKES NO SENSE.
The CDC acts like a military declaring war. They also have the interests of those who profit from tests and protocols all of which cost money. They may make some declarations factually like with FV (Flu Virus) being transmitted by air like all viruses, but as with any war, a general in charge can get certain things wrong. When we keep seeing casualties as the leaders keep telling a certain faction of troops to move forward with testing and drugs we have to stop and ask if the generals can see the cliffs ahead of us and all those troops falling off. We had to do that with their “Hit Hard Hit Early” campaign of the 1990’s which massacred many. Finally they got it but like with all endless wars, it never really ends. For example, look at the idiotic statement they make in the “talk treatment” section.
“If you are living with HIV, having an undetectable viral load level means that the amount of HIV in your blood is so low it can’t be measured.”
Excuse me SIR! but if something cannot be measured how can you measure it as being undetectable. Wouldn’t that mean it’s not there SIR! How can I be living with HIV when it’s not able to be detected SIR!?
See how that whole “undetectable” thing is nonsense? It’s a trick, a scam, like a religious cult would use to get you sucked into focusing on “the devil” or “the virus” in this case, after all we all know the devil exists even though we cannot detect him while we can test for the devil/virus. We are still infected with the devil even after we accept Jesus and religion in our lives, we have to keep going back to church to get rid of it, even though the devil might be undetectable he’s still there lurking. See how that works. It’s like religion. It’s all horseshit.
Well so far we talked testing and talked treatment and talked religion.
Now let’s talk about my friends who died in this HIV cult.
They get tested, they test positive or “undetectable” get on toxic medications and their livers fail. They die at an early age. They are labeled as the HI virus did it. It’s never all the drugs they took that did it. It’s never that they got it from a dirty needle that mosquito shared with other arms, spreading viruses like dust spreads in the air (which also spreads viruses), no, it’s the dirty homosexual sex that spread it.
In the 1980’s and 1990’s they hit hard with toxic medications and killed my friends. CDC condoned it. They are stupid generals fighting an imaginary war. You don’t start beating on someone who just got into a car accident, you gently carry them to safety. Hit Hard Hit Early was a slam on every cell of the body. CDC said do it. Then of course the person dies and it’s “because HIV did it”. It wasn’t the virus stupid.
Let’s talk testing. Don’t do it. You get labeled for life. They track your behavior. They want you to tell everyone your status for legal reasons so you don’t get sued or thrown in jail for having sex without informing the other person. They don’t do this with FLU which can be deadly.
Let’s talk testing. The tests are erroneous. Those who promote it are all spreading lies like flies.
Let’s look at more of what Centers For Disease Control claims:
Today, an estimated 1.2 million people are living with HIV in the United States. Thanks to better treatments, people with HIV are now living longer—and with a better quality of life—than ever before. If you are living with HIV, it’s important to make choices that keep you healthy and protect others.
Start medical care and begin HIV treatment as soon as you are diagnosed with HIV. Taking medicine to treat HIV, called antiretroviral therapy or ART, is recommended for all people with HIV. Taking medicine to treat HIV slows the progression of HIV and helps protect your immune system. The medicines can keep you healthy for many years and greatly reduces your chance of transmitting HIV to sex partners if taken the right way, every day.
If you’re taking medicine to treat HIV, visit your health care provider regularly and always take your medicine as directed to keep your viral load (the amount of HIV in the blood and elsewhere in the body) as low as possible.
Starting and staying on treatment will help you to be undetectable. Start talking about the options that work for you.
Oh I see, you are “undetectable” when you start treatment. Or is it you become undetectable like when you get the FLU and it goes away and there’s no more virus. Yea. So basically since the test for HIV doesn’t distinguish between influenza virus or many other viruses, and what it actually is finding is antibodies which are in response to any viral infection, when you are undetectable you no longer have HIV/FLU.
Think about this, Human Immun-eieio-deficiency Virus is really a bigger category, it includes flu, and other things. Viruses come and go. The whole HI virus thing is a lie. Getting the HI virus and then not being able to detect it means it’s not fucking there, or, it means the test is shit. Maybe both.
I’m glad we had this talk about testing.