US Government to Ireland: HIV Positivity is Not a Communicable Disease of Public Health Significance

The US Government admits what HIV test makers have said all along: HIV tests don’t mean a thing (from the Embassy of the United States in Ireland):


Effective January 4, 2010 HIV Infection is Removed from the CDC List of Communicable Diseases of Public Health Significance

On November 2, the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (HHS/CDC), published a Final Rule in the Federal Register, titled Medical Examination of Aliens – Removal of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection from Definition of Communicable Disease of Public Health Significance (HIV Final Rule). This Final Rule amends Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 34, and will remove HIV infection from the list of communicable diseases of public health significance and remove references to HIV from the scope of medical examinations for foreign citizens seeking to travel to the United States. Review the CDC website guidance and Federal Register Final Rule which will go into effect January 4.

Therefore, starting January 4, 2010, HIV infection will no longer be an ineligibility when foreign citizens apply for a visa to travel to the United States. Additionally, HIV testing will no longer be required for medical examinations for visa purposes. Further, applicants who are HIV-positive will no longer require waiver processing by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Review the HIV Questions & Answers to learn more.

Read more about the facts and the fraud of HIV testing.

Thanks to James P. Hogan for this news item.



  1. I don’t understand. If HIV was never isolated properly. Then logically where did they ever get the proteins (antigens?) for the tests. Of course the “tests” are worthless, fraudulent, creations. Why not put the isolation problem, front and center? People can easily make the connection from BS “virus” to BS “tests”. There seems to be web cottage industry focused only on the problems with tests, horrible drugs, and faulty AIDS statistics that seem to purposefully avoid the main issue. This isn’t helping people suffering from the 29 diseases, that make up the falsely constructed “syndrome”. I think that it’s immoral to fail to strike at the root of the problem. Time’s a wasting.


    • The proteins, now synthetic and grown in bacteria, were part of Robert Gallo’s original ‘sell’ of the cellular slurry to Abbott labs, who made the first ‘HIV tests.’ The proteins were derived from his experiments in mixing blood samples from many gay men (some were sick, some weren’t), and looking for reverse transcriptase activity. You can see some of the original files relating to that venture here:

      Fear of the Invisible – a Review

      (scroll to the bottom to look at the images). Here you can see text from the Congressional investigating committee (under Rep. John Dingell), tracing the lab to test manufacture – “Meanwhile in January and February 1984…”

      The proteins as they exist today are synthetic (repeatedly grown in bacteria, not derived from any particular particle), based on consensus agreements in some cases – that is, they didn’t really exist anywhere – they were compromises between the two labs (Montagnier and Gallo) on what proteins should be considered important.

      Manufacturers grow the ‘reagents’ in bacteria or by other means – (here they’re using mice to continually form monoclonal proteins: ) Bacteria are more efficient at growing proteins (and genetic material), they have to be engineered to do so, given the synthesized, consensus-agreed bit, and fed to constantly reproduce themselves (and it).

      The dreaded and weaselly wikipedia gives a fairly accurate reading (minus any critical thinking) of the limits of ELISA testing:

      “The ELISA, or the enzyme immunoassay (EIA), was the first screening test widely used for HIV because of its high sensitivity. In an ELISA, a person’s serum is diluted 400-fold and applied to a plate to which HIV antigens are attached. If antibodies to HIV are present in the serum, they may bind to these HIV antigens. The plate is then washed to remove all other components of the serum. A specially prepared “secondary antibody” — an antibody that binds to other antibodies — is then applied to the plate, followed by another wash. This secondary antibody is chemically linked in advance to an enzyme. Thus, the plate will contain enzyme in proportion to the amount of secondary antibody bound to the plate. A substrate for the enzyme is applied, and catalysis by the enzyme leads to a change in color or fluorescence. ELISA results are reported as a number; the most controversial aspect of this test is determining the “cut-off” point between a positive and negative result.”

      Life and death, between a sliding scale ‘to be determined.’ Golly, who knew it was “controversial?”

      But the Bio/Technology paper by Papadopolos, Turner, et al, does the most thorough work in analyzing the individual proteins.

      All of the proteins, synthetic, consensus-derived agreed, react with human-produced proteins arising in so many conditions that it’s hard to tally. Every year, a new spate of ‘cross-reactions’ appears in industry journals. The tests have no standard, and the proteins (when they were drawn from human blood and tissue samples), came from no one person, and no one illness, but from a slurry of many people who had a variety of conditions.

      The proteins came from no single particle, they weren’t derived from one singular whole entity and separated with enzyme ‘scissors.’ Finding one particle to derive the proteins from wasn’t felt to be necessary. It was enough that Gallo proclaimed that it was so, because he said so, because there was reverse transcriptase activity, that HTLV-III was real enough, despite the warnings from his lab partner and the electron microscopist that he’d found nothing in particular or new (see first link to Janine Robert’s book).

      In any case, the test are a fraud, they test for no one thing, and even the damnable NIH/CDC-run Wikipedia can’t quite get itself to say “they’re just fine, don’t worry.”

      PS – Hope that’s not all too “immoral” for you, Malcolm.

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