Written by Janine Roberts
Edited excerpts from “Fear of the Invisible”
AIDS and SEX
In 2004 the UK government headlined: ‘Recent increases in new HIV diagnoses have been largely driven by infections acquired through heterosexual intercourse’. And yet the small print of the same government report stated; ‘Men-having-sex-with-men (MSM) remain the group at greatest risk of acquiring HIV infection within the UK, accounting for an estimated 84% of infections diagnosed in 2003 that were likely to have been acquired in the UK’ – and, out of 6,606 new cases of ‘HIV infection in 2003, only 43 cases were among heterosexual or lesbian women born in the UK, and only 57 cases among UK born heterosexual men! That is right – in an entire year, there were only 43 new HIV cases among women born in the UK – and 57 among UK heterosexual men! Since a person with a fungal infection or recent flu jab can falsely test positive for HIV, this simply is not enough cases to sustain an epidemic.
The numbers of deaths listed in AIDS statistics are also not what they seem. They are not ‘deaths from AIDS’, as one might be forgiven for presuming. The small print reveals these are ‘deaths among the HIV-infected,’ leaving open the actual cause of death. This makes these figures not only highly misleading, but meaningless. Likewise in 1997 the CDC acknowledged that: ‘Reported deaths [on CDC AIDS statistics tables] are not necessarily caused by HIV-related diseases!’
So how do the UK health authorities justify saying that heterosexual and female cases are greatly increasing? Solely by adding African immigrants ‘presumed infected in Africa.’ It is among them that are found nearly all the heterosexual and female cases of ‘AIDS’. But, why? (On Africa – please read the separate article)
Continue reading on Janine’s site: Fear of the Invisible.