You are probably aware that there has been much talk about HIV in the news – we are clearly being prepared for an incoming AIDS outbreak.
Dave Cummings talks about the hype about AIDS in the media which is suddenly more prevalent. Hmmm. Interesting. I wonder why that is – could it be anything to do with the vaccine? – https://odysee.com/@ComputingForever:9/vaids-Broadband-High:8
Dr Luc Montagnier, a French Nobel Prize winning Scientist, who died only last week – has been stressing the probable link with HIV from the beginning. This is because many scientists have pointed out that the lab-created SARS 2 Cov virus has a section of HIV RNA inserted into it.
This is a link to America’s frontline Doctors article on the Swedish study – https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/news/post/vaccine-acquired-immune-deficiency-syndrome-vaids-we-should-anticipate-seeing-this-immune-erosion-more-widely/
This has apparently been known for some time – This is from 20 October 2020– HIV risk from vaccines – https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthart/2020/10/20/researchers-warn-some-covid-19-vaccines-could-increase-risk-of-hiv-infection/
“Fast-spreading HIV variant doubles rate of immune system decline”
Interesting to note this narrative “In a statement, the Programme Deputy Executive Director, Eamonn Murphy, noted that around 10 million people living with HIV are still not on antiretroviral therapy, “fuelling the continued spread of the virus and potential for further variants.”
i.e. yet another disease we will all be mass-tested for and forced to take yet another pharmaceutical drug.
“Highly virulent HIV variant found circulating in Europe”
Yet more misleading of the public – “The findings, published in Science on 3 February1, serve as a reminder that viruses do not always evolve to become less virulent over time. Reports that infections with the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 tend to cause mild COVID-19 symptoms have fuelled the narrative that the virus is becoming less deadly. “This is not how it works,” says Emma Hodcroft, a molecular epidemiologist at the University of Bern. Although HIV and SARS-CoV-2 are different in many ways, “it’s not a given that SARS-CoV-2 will become milder”, Hodcroft says.”