being called the “cousin” of the HIV virus, and the LGBT are panicking
because it’s infecting countless homosexuals in a new plague against
them with no cure in site.
T-Cell Leukemia Virus Type 1, called HTLV-1, is spreading rapidly and
poses a threat that is potentially as serious as the HIV and AIDS
doctor is sounding the alarm over the spread of human T-cell leukemia
virus type 1, or HTLV-1, a cousin of the far better known human
immunodeficiency virus (HIV). HLTV-1 infections are surpassing 40% in
some remote parts of Australia.
prevalence is off the charts,” said Dr. Robert Gallo in a CNN report.
Dr. Gallo discovered HTLV-1 in 1979 at the Institute of Human Virology
at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
is hitting Australia’s Northern Territory hard, particularly amongst
indigenous peoples. It has been a known issue in the area since 1993,
when a study published in the Medical Journal of Australia showed a
13.9% prevalence rate around the town of Alice Springs. Now over 40%
of the community is infected.
spite of the prevalence of HLTV-1, there have been very little efforts
explore treatments. “There’s little to almost no vaccine efforts,
outside of some Japanese research, so prevention by vaccine is wide
open for research,” said Dr. Gallo. He speculates that a lot of the
reason why HTLV-1 has not gotten a lot of attention is that it tends
to impact poorer communities that are often overlooked by the medical
is not contained to central Australia, however, with an estimated 20
million people worldwide infected. 90% of those who are HTLV-1
positive may never see an issue as a result. However, HLTV-1 can lead
to a number of illnesses, from lymphoma and leukemia, to the lung
illness bronchiectasis. It is the latter that drew attention to the
issues in central Australia.
is present around the world, with a number of worldwide hot spots.
Outside of Australia, is more commonly found in South America, parts
of Africa and the Middle East, southwestern Japan, a portion of the
Caribbean, and a couple other regions worldwide. The virus is also not
new; its DNA has been detected in 1,500-year-old mummies from the
was discovered a few years before HIV was initially identified. HIV
received a far great share of attention due in large part to its
greater ease at transmission. Both HIV and HTLV-1 can be spread due to
bodily fluids, including sexual contact. The increased prevalence in
Central Australia has led to some fears that it, too, is become more
of a threat to public health.
have to make up for what we didn’t do before,” said Dr. Gallo. “We
have to get attention to HTLV-1 quick.” (source)
is an entire list of plagues that Shoebat.com has been keeping track of-
Hepatitis A, Papiloma, and Anal Cancer- that are creating, working in
combination with each other, a new LGBT health crisis.
does not have a cure. According to its Wikipedia page,
it destroys the immune system after which the person is often times
finished off by tuberculosis and sepsis.
getting this is little different than getting HIV. Once a person has it
he has it, it doesn’t go away, and it WILL result in death by
opportunistic outside infections.
should be a surprise, for in a time when the world has chosen even more
the way of Sodom, so will their actions be responded to in kind, for a
“for a time”, because if man does not repent, there will come a time
when there will be no more for repentance, and just as in ancient times,
man will receive his punishment just as the wicked city of Sodom and
those who lived in her did.