HIV PICTURES; WHAT THEY REALLY SHOW
By Stefan Lanka
It has been long known that what "AIDS" researchers have presented as photos
of "HIV" show normal cellular particles in use for export/import and other tasks. As
those particles are designed, in contrast to viruses, for cellular use only, they are
very unstable when removed from their context, and not able to be isolated and
photographed in an isolated state. Genuine viruses are so stable that it is easy, in
order to prove successful isolation, to photograph them directly as three dimensional
particles in the electron microscope (EM) without prior chemical fixation. In contrast, the
cellular-transport and other particles are so unstable (excluding cell organelles like
Mitochondria, the energy producing sites which are able to be isolated in a stable
form) they can only be photographed in a chemically fixed state, in cells, tissues or
in supernatants. As these particles are not isolated and therefore are together with
other materials the chemically fixed and resin-embedded cells, tissues or liquids - the
mixed material has to be cut in very thin sections (ultrathin sections) to be able to
see anything - it's not possible in the electron microscope to look through thicker
sections. Of course existing viruses can be photographed in ultrathin sections too
but, and this is the point, in their isolated form. All that have been shown to us "HIV"
are ultrathin sections of cellular particles (1, 2).
EM photo of very small particles in ultrathin cell-line section. The
particles are claimed to be HIV, but are cellular and not viral particles (they
are normally refered to as 'virus-like particles', 'microvesicles' and 'microsomes').
The debris on the lower part of the photo indicates that the particles are not purified
or isolated. These photos are always published without any evidence that the
particles are of viral origin.
EM photo of a cell surrounded by small particles. The blue/grey stained
particles, which are claimed to be HIV particles attacking or (depending
on the publication) leaving a white blot cell, are artefacts of the staining
and/or fixation process and at best may be cellular particles entering
or leaving the cell (in a well known process called endo-/ or exocytosis).
These kind of nice photographs, made by Lennart Nilsson, have been
published without any evidence that the particles have a viral origin.
believe the AIDS virus looks like this; like a bomb or water (blood) mine.
This model is based on the detection of cellular particles in cell lines
under very special conditions. Such particles never have been isolated
or somehow else demonstrated to exist as a virus or be of viral origin.
This is nothing but a modell based on a collection of proteins of various
size (no other characterization!) which by antibody detection (known as
HIV- or AIDS-test) have been chosen to be said to represent parts of HIV
according to the ill-minded and false concept of retroviruses and how they
should look like.
- Go here for some info on some recently published HIV photographs.
- Here you will find a paper by Lanka.
1. Stefan Lanka: Fehldiagnose AIDS? Bisher konnte das AlDS-Virus nicht isoliert werden. Wechselwirkung, 48-53, Dezember 1994. Stefan Lanka: HIV - reality or artefact? Continuum Vol 3, No 1, 4-9, April/May 1995. Stefan Lanka: HIV debate. Continuum Vol 3, No 2, 4-7 + 27-30, June/July 1995
2. Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos, Valendar F. Turner, John M. Papadimitriou, David Causer: The isolation of HIV: Has it really been achieved? The case against. Continuum Vol 4, No 3, Supplement 1-24, September/October 1996