Excellent posts I believe I read somewhere that the Rockefeller`s own AZT.Is this true?
I have no idea. All I know is that when it was first made in 1962 its use was banned due to its very deadly side effects. Nothing has changed about the toxicity, but putting it back on the market for AIDS was a great way for the drug companies to recoup their losses on the drug in the first place.
Then came DDI, which killed over 160 people during clinical trials. Yet the FDA still gave it a record 18 month approval time, instead of the normal 12 years. Nothing about these drugs have anything to do with helping people, it is all about profits even at the expense of thousands of lives.
And what about the dairy and Bovine immune deficiency in the herds?
I am not exactly sure what you are referring to here. Do you mean the bovine leukemia virus (BLV)? This actually reminds me of an interesting story. Back when AIDS was fairly new a news station down in Southern California had taken a piece of steak down to the lab and had it tested for HIV. The steak came back HIV+!!! The reporters erroneously thought that the meat handlers infected the meat. The problem with this claim though is that a dead animal cannot mount an immune response. And even if the cattle were alive it takes a while for antibodies to reach detectable levels. What they were detecting were antibodies to BLV, which happens to be the second closest known relative to HIV only following sheep maedna visna virus (SVV). SVV has 53% of the same genetics as HIV. BLV shares 51% of the same genetics as HIV including the same exact gene for reverse transcriptase. The simian immunodeficiency virus SIV), which they claim AIDS came from is not even a close relative at only 41% of the same genetics. Due to the similarity of BLV to HIV exposure to BLV is considered a risk factor for testing false positive on HIV antibody tests.
And the Leukemia as well,your thoughts on the health impact upon consuming such products?Thank you for all your time.
BLV is a concern since we do know that viruses can jump species.