· Jean Claude Perez and Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier identified 18 gene sequences in HIV-1 that are present in the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2.
· Among these are gp120 that facilitates the attachment of the “spike” of HIV to host cells as well as helping HIV target CD4 T cells.
· Emerging evidence shows that chronic exposure to COVID-19 “vaccines” that occur through administration of regular boosters can disrupt T cells generally, and, more particularly, suppress CD4 T cells that are targeted by gp120.
· Such chronic exposure can also erode all-important innate immunity and increase the risk of new-onset autoimmune conditions. These might contribute to what has been described as VAIDS (vaccine-induced acquired immunodeficiency syndrome).
· Despite known harms to HIV/AIDS patients from a genetically engineered common cold virus (adenovirus type-5) used as a vector in the STEP trials in the early 2000s, some vaccine manufacturers, with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) approval, are continuing pre-clinical or clinical development with these same adenovirus vectors.
· Some of the HIV motifs present in SARS-CoV-2 are highly functional in terms of facilitating attachment and fusion on host target cells, but are missing from the genetically very similar SARS virus.
· People who are already immune compromised or have had a history of cancer should very carefully weigh up the risks of COVID-19 and the vaccines, as well as the benefits. They should also consider the many alternatives before simply complying with what have now become social norms despite a common absence of evidence of medical need.