Originally posted by unityemissions
reply to post by ButterCookie
I'm not sure what you're trying to address that I haven't already stated. Maybe you need to be more specific.
The problem (as far as I see it) is that people can become immunocompromised from a wide range of factors, yet most people think of it as mostly just existing from the HIV virus, or AIDS. This just isn't so.
On an interesting note, although my WBC count has remained low, I'm pretty much never sick now. I had allergies last summer, and caught my first headache in a long time, but besides that...not much. Haven't had the flu since the last season I took the shot (2001), and haven't needed antibiotics since 2005, after I was traumatized from a serious car wreck. Besides that, I've been a-okay.
I was trying to show people that there is no real correlation to HIV and T-Cell count, HIV and immune deficiency, and most important of all HIV AND AIDS.
It does NOT make sense...the equation just does not work out.
Not only is it NOT passed sexually, it does not go from mother to unborn child nor any other method.
The supposed 'HIV' has never been isolated. There is no "HIV" virus, and it is NOT real.