HPV Madness!

Looking back at the original papers, it was clear that the human “papillomavirus” (HPV) was nothing more than random particles found in ground up wart tissue. There was no attempt at purification/isolation of any “virus” nor was there any proof of pathogenicity. The researchers claimed that the particles they picked out from the impure samples were “virus-like” particles due to how similar they looked to plant “viruses.” The later HPV-16 and HPV-18 “discoveries” linked to cervical cancer were just as bad as the evidence amounted to nothing more than finding hybridized cloned DNA fragments within some cancer samples that had little to no genetic relationship to the previous HPV’s.

Knowing all of the above led me to various questions. What exactly is HPV? How many versions are there? What effect does it supposedly have on the body besides warts and cancer? Are there other factors that can cause the same cancers besides HPV? How do they determine how many cancers are caused by this “virus?” Do the severe adverse reactions outweigh the risk of cervical cancer? Let’s take a look at some sources and see what we can piece together about the fictional narrative surrounding this fictitious “virus:”

How Many HPV Strains?

According to Cancer.net:

“There are more than 150 types or “strains” of HPV. Most HPV infections do not cause symptoms or health problems, so you may not know if you have the virus. However, some types of HPV cause cancer or abnormal growths that can turn into cancer. These growths are called precancerous lesions.”

What types of cancer are caused by HPV?

Research links these types of cancer with HPV:

Cervical cancerHPV causes nearly all cervical cancers. About 70% of HPV-related cervical cancer is caused by HPV-16 or HPV-18. However, most genital HPV infections will not cause cancer. Smoking can also raise the risk of cervical cancer in women with HPV.

Oral cancer. HPV can cause cancer of the mouth and tongue. It can also cause cancer of the oropharynx. This is the middle part of the throat, from the tonsils to the tip of the voice box. These HPV-related cancers are rising.

Other cancers. HPV is also linked to less common cancers. They include analpenilevaginal, and vulvar cancers.”

https://www.cancer.net/navigating-cancer-care/prevention-and-healthy-living/hpv-and-cancer

Over 150 strains of random DNA not linked to physical particles.

Notice that there are over 150 strains of HPV, most of which do not cause symptoms or health problems whatsoever. Many people will never even know they have “it.” Even if you are diagnosed with genital HPV, most diagnoses never end up in cancer. It is also stated that research links HPV to certain cancers. However, the research does not PROVE this link.

Did you also notice that they state HPV causes nearly all, but not all, cases of cervical cancer? It also does not cause symptoms of disease in the vast majority who are found to have it. If HPV does not cause disease in everyone nor cause all cases of cervical cancer, then it immediately fails Koch’s first Postulate for proving pathogenicity of a microorganism:

  1. the microorganism or other pathogen must be present in all cases of the disease but should not be found in healthy organisms

Factors Other Than HPV Can Cause Cervical Cancer?

This raises the question: If HPV is not the only cause, what are the other factors said to cause cervical cancer?

“But HPV is not the only cause of cervical cancer. Most women with HPV don’t get cervical cancer, and other risk factors, like smoking and HIV infection, influence which women exposed to HPV are more likely to develop cervical cancer.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cancer.org/cancer/cervical-cancer/causes-risks-prevention/what-causes.html

“It isn’t clear what causes cervical cancer, but it’s certain that HPV plays a role. HPV is very common, and most people with the virus never develop cancer. This means other factors — such as your environment or your lifestyle choices — also determine whether you’ll develop cervical cancer.”

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cervical-cancer/symptoms-causes/syc-20352501

Risk Factors

“There are several risk factors for the development of cervical cancer, both genetic and environmental. These include:

  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection
  • Family History of Cervical Cancer
  • Age
  • Sexual and Reproductive History
  • Socioeconomic Status
  • Smoking
  • HIV Infection
  • In Utero DES Exposure
  • Long-term use of oral contraceptives

https://www.cancerquest.org/patients/cancer-type/cervical-cancer?gclid=CjwKCAjwqcKFBhAhEiwAfEr7zU3h0CmJr5Nn2qELiD55NSrzRBS2DbBqVkZTg7Lx9jz_sGuf7whiihoC56kQAvD_BwE

If HPV is the “virus” which supposedly causes cervical cancer but it doesn’t cause cancer without other factors such as smoking, prescription drugs, environment, and lifestyle choices, can it really be considered THE cause of cervical cancer?

“Myth: If you have HPV, you will probably get cervical cancer.
Fact: HPV is very common. But cervical cancer is not.

The truth is that having HPV does not mean you have or will get cervical cancer. Most women will be exposed to HPV at some point in their lives, and for most women, HPV infections will go away on their own without causing any problems.”

https://www.mountsinai.org/care/cancer/services/gynecologic/conditions/cervical/myths-facts

HPV Negative Cervical Cancer?

It is well known that HPV is not the only cause of cervical cancer and MOST women who “get” HPV never go on to develop cervical cancer. There are also those who do get cervical cancer but do not test positive for HPV. These are simply called HPV-negative cases:

“Recently, doubt has been created regarding primary HPV screening. Since 2017, the annual screening report in Belgium suggests that 15% of the cervical cancers were HPV negative.”

“Despite the fact that we believe that almost all cervical cancers are due to a HPV infection, we do not always find HPV in women with cervical cancer. The recently published annual cervical cancer screenings report in Belgium suggested that 15% of cervical cancers were HPV negative (Annual Report, 2017). This high figure created confusion on whether or not primary HPV screening is the best way forward.”

“There are several reasons for HPV negative cervical cancers (Table I). First of all, there are cervical cancers independent from HPV infection, these are the true HPV negative cancers.”

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6516188/

HPV-Negative Cervical Cancer  

“Conversely, another area of cervical cancer that is less discussed but has been documented, is HPV-negative disease.

In a study of Belgium women with cervical cancer prior to 2000, 13% were found to have HPV-negative disease, while an additional trial reported 7.1% of women with HPV-negative cervical cancer between 2001 and 2008. Globally, the percentage of HPV-negative cervical cancer cases ranges from 7% to 11%.”

“However, the idea that HPV-negative cervical cancer is possible, especially in a disease that is mainly driven by HPV positivity, is not a unanimous opinion. Maurie Markman, MD, editor-in-chief, OncologyLive®, and physician and president of Medicine and Science at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, said that the issue surrounding HPV-negative disease is that the HPV may simply not be found through testing, but is present.

“If you’re talking about the cervical cancer that we speak about, you can have the HPV found after very carefully searching, [even] if it’s 1% [of HPV positivity] or less,” Markman said. “Some of this is definitional. The fact that you don’t find it doesn’t mean it isn’t there.

Furthermore, the possibility of not having HPV detected in a disease should not deter individuals from undergoing HPV vaccination nor regular cervical cancer screening, he emphasized

“We can certainly show that 70% to 80% of HPV-positive cervical cancers are due to the 2 major types: HPV 16 and 18. There are another 20% to 30% of cervical cancers that are due to other [HPV] types, and there are dozens of HPV types. Therefore, it’s not at all clear that the issue with lack of preventing cervical cancer has anything to do with being HPV negative. It’s just there are types of HPV that we may not be including in the vaccine.”

https://www.onclive.com/view/hpv-negative-cervical-cancer-myth-or-an-area-to-therapeutically-tackle-

Ah, the ol’ asymptomatic trick again…

In the Belgium study, it is suggested that 15% of all cervical cancers are HPV-negative. According to the OncLive.com article, anywhere from 7-11% of cervical cancers are not related to HPV. Even the two major types only account for 70-80%. The other 20-30%? Well, those are just one of the over 150 strains of HPV that exist. Don’t concern yourself with those numbers (31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59, 66 and 68) as they aren’t even included in the vaccines. Remember, according to Maurie Markman in the above article, these HPV-Negative cases are just “definitional.” Just because they don’t find HPV doesn’t mean it’s not there. Also remember, most people have or will get HPV but the vast majority will never get sick nor even know they have it. If they do have one of the major types, they most likely won’t get cancer. However, if they do happen to get cancer, it was definitely HPV…even if it was not detected. Makes sense, right? 🙄

WHO Can Clear This Up…in 15-20 Years?

If you are confused, maybe the WHO can clear things up:

HPV and cervical Cancer

A large majority of cervical cancer (more than 95%) is due to the human papillomavirus (HPV).

HPV is the most common viral infection of the reproductive tract. Most sexually active women and men will be infected at some point in their lives, and some may be repeatedly infected. More than 90% of the infected populations eventually clear the infection.

Cervical cancer is by far the most common HPV-related disease. Nearly all cases of cervical cancer can be attributed to HPV infection.

Although most HPV infections clear up on their own and most pre-cancerous lesions resolve spontaneously, there is a risk for all women that HPV infection may become chronic and pre-cancerous lesions progress to invasive cervical cancer.

It takes 15 to 20 years for cervical cancer to develop in women with normal immune systems. It can take only 5 to 10 years in women with weakened immune systems, such as those with untreated HIV infection.”

https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/human-papillomavirus-(hpv)-and-cervical-cancer

We can see that according to the WHO, nearly everyone “gets” or has HPV. There are many different types and most do not cause health problems. Only a small proportion ever lead to health problems. But watch out, if that “virus” which is harmless to the vast majority decides to strike, you will feel those effects in 15-20 years.

How do they know that HPV will lead to cancer in 15-20 years? What long-term studies are there showing a person becoming infected with HPV which then follows them for the next 15-20 years to see if they develop cancer? Why would it take the “virus” 15-20 years to cause illness in a person? Why is it harmless to the vast majority? Do the so-called “antibodies” just ignore the HPV floating freely in the body? It’s obvious that the WHO doesn’t care to even think about these questions let alone attempt to answer them.

The more I dig into HPV, the more it sounds like another imaginary “virus” which likes to hide inside the body for 10+ years until it decides to strike. It seems fitting that the man who “discovered” the HPV/cancer link, Harald Zur Hausen, shared the Nobel Prize in 2008 with Luc Montagnier and Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, the French “discoverers” of HIV.

How Are HPV Cases Estimated?

Virologists obviously love to link their fictitious creation HPV to cancer even though they claim the vast majority of people infected will remain “asymptomatic” and never know they had it. How do they determine the percentages of how many cancers are actually caused by HPV in order to continue to justify this claim? For that we turn to the CDC.

Number of HPV-Associated Cancer Cases per Year

“An HPV-associated cancer is a specific cellular type of cancer that is diagnosed in a part of the body where HPV is often found. These parts of the body include the cervix, vagina, vulva, penis, anus, rectum, and oropharynx (back of the throat, including the base of the tongue and tonsils).1 2 These cellular types include carcinomasexternal icon of the cervix and squamous cell carcinomasexternal icon of the vagina, vulva, penis, anus, rectum, and oropharynx. Researchers use cancer registry data to estimate the number of HPV-associated cancers in the United States by looking at cancer in parts of the body and cancer cell types that are more likely to be caused by HPV. Cancer registries do not routinely collect data on whether HPV is in the cancer tissue. CDC studies3 4 have reported the number of HPV-associated cancer cases per year, and these studies have more information on how HPV-associated numbers were calculated.

Number of HPV-Attributable Cancer Cases per Year

An HPV-attributable cancer is a cancer that is probably caused by HPV. HPV causes nearly all cervical cancers and many cancers of the vagina, vulva, penis, anus, rectum, and oropharynx. A CDC study5 used population-based data from cancer tissue to estimate the percentage of these cancers that are probably caused by HPV. Since rectal cancer was not included in the CDC genotyping study, the percentage of anal cancer caused by HPV was used because recent studies have shown that the HPV-associated types of anal and rectal squamous cell carcinomas are similar.2

To find the number of HPV-attributable cancers, multiply the number of HPV-associated cancers by the percentage of these cancers that are probably caused by HPV. For example, about 7,334 people are diagnosed with anal cancer each year, and about 91% of anal cancers are thought to be caused by HPV. 91% of 7,334 is about 6,700, as shown in the table below.”

https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/hpv/statistics/cases.htm

According to the CDC, we have HPV-ASSOCIATED cancers and HPV-ATTRIBUTABLE cancers. For “Associated,” these are just cancers which occur where HPV is typically found. They do not know whether HPV was present in the tissue or not as they DO NOT COLLECT THIS DATA. They just lump together any cancers which occur where they determined HPV hangs out and create a nice little estimate. Nothing suspicious about that.

For “Attributed,” these are cancers PROBABLY caused by HPV. Just as with “Associated” there is no need for certainty. Rest assured, HPV PROBABLY caused these cancers. To figure out how many HPV-Attributed cancers there are, you just take your HPV data-less and totally “accurate” “Associated” estimate and multiply that by the percentage you think are cases where HPV PROBABLY caused it. Viola! You have your percentage of cancers PROBABLY caused by HPV.

HPV Assoicated cases × percentage of cases probably caused by HPV = HPV Attributed. Seems legit. 🤷‍♂️

Makes sense, right?

Just for further clarity, this is also from the CDC:

“HPV-associated cancers are estimated by examining cancer in parts of the body and cancer cell types that are more likely to be caused by HPV. Cancer registries do not collect data on the presence or absence of HPV in cancer tissue at the time of diagnosis.

In general, HPV is thought to be responsible for more than 90% of anal and cervical cancers, about 70% of vaginal and vulvar cancers, and more than 60% of penile cancers. Oropharyngeal cancers traditionally have been caused by tobacco and alcohol, but recent studies show that about 70% of cancers of the oropharynx may be linked to HPV. Many cancers of the oropharynx may be caused by a combination of tobacco, alcohol, and HPV.”

https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/hpv/statistics/

Greater Risk of Vaccine Side Effects Than The Cancer?

For this “link” to cancers “probably” caused by random DNA fragments never properly purified/isolated nor ever proven pathogenic by fulfilling Koch’s Postulates, we have untold numbers of children’s lives being ruined while they are injected with extremely toxic vaccines. The dangers and uselessness of the Gardasil 9 vaccine was detailed in this report about a CDC whistle-blower named Dr. Diane Harper, a Merck employee who helped design the phase 2 and 3 clinical trials. She spoke openly about the problems with the vaccine she helped get approved:

Merck Researcher Admits: Gardasil Guards Against Almost Nothing

“Here’s what my research turned up. To date, 15,037 girls have officially reported adverse side effects from Gardasil to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). These adverse effects include Guilliane Barre, lupus, seizures, paralysis, blood clots, brain inflammation and many others. The CDC acknowledges that there have been 44 reported deaths.

Dr. Harper, who seems to specialize in dropping bombshells, dropped another in an interview with ABC News when she admitted that “The rate of serious adverse events is greater than the incidence rate of cervical cancer.” This being the case, one might want to take one’s chances with cancer, especially because the side effects of the vaccine are immediate, while the possibility of developing cancer is years in the future.

In the clinical studies alone, 23 girls died after receiving either Gardasil or the Aluminum control injection. 15 of the 13,686 girls who received Gardasil died, while 8 died among the 11,004 who received the Aluminum shot. There was only one death among the group that had a saline placebo. What this means is that 1 out of every 912 who received Gardasil in the study died., see p. 8 The cervical cancer death rate is 1 out of every 40,000 women per year.

The numbers of deaths and adverse effects are undoubtedly underestimates. Dr. Harper’s comments to ABC News concur with the National Vaccine Information Center’s claim that “though nearly 70 percent of all Gardasil reaction reports were filed by Merck, a whopping 89 percent of the reports Merck did file were so incomplete there was not enough information for health officials to do a proper follow-up and review.” On average, less than 10 percent—perhaps even less than 1 percent—of serious vaccine adverse events are ever reported, according to the American Journal of Public Health.”

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.unav.edu/documents/16089811/16155256/Merck%2BResearcher%2BAdmits%2BGardasil%2Bguards%2Babout%2Bnothing.doc&ved=2ahUKEwjWmtHY95H3AhWJKs0KHYpIAx8QFnoECAQQAQ&usg=AOvVaw0VsPeRx8FRA4tx89JqDKMk

Presented below are highlights from the Gardasil 9 vaccine insert list:

Limitations of Use and Effectiveness

  • Vaccination with GARDASIL 9 does not eliminate the necessity for vaccine recipients to undergo screening for cervical, vulvar, vaginal, anal, oropharyngeal and other head and neck cancers as recommended by a health care provider.
  • GARDASIL 9 has not been demonstrated to provide protection against disease caused by:
    1. HPV types not covered by the vaccine [see Description (11)],
    2. HPV types to which a person has previously been exposed through sexual activity.
  • Not all vulvar, vaginal, anal, oropharyngeal and other head and neck cancers are caused by HPV, and GARDASIL 9 protects only against those vulvar, vaginal, anal, oropharyngeal and other head and neck cancers caused by HPV 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, and 58.
  • GARDASIL 9 is not a treatment for external genital lesions; cervical, vulvar, vaginal, anal, oropharyngeal and other head and neck cancers; CIN; VIN; VaIN; or AIN.
  • Vaccination with GARDASIL 9 may not result in protection in all vaccine recipients.

Additionally, the following postmarketing adverse experiences have been spontaneously reported for GARDASIL:

  • Blood and lymphatic system disorders: Autoimmune hemolytic anemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, lymphadenopathy.
  • Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders: Pulmonary embolus.
  • Gastrointestinal disorders: Pancreatitis.
  • General disorders and administration site conditions: Asthenia, chills, death, malaise.
  • Immune system disorders: Autoimmune diseases, hypersensitivity reactions including anaphylactic/anaphylactoid reactions, bronchospasm.
  • Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders: Arthralgia, myalgia.
  • Nervous system disorders: Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, motor neuron disease, paralysis, seizures, transverse myelitis.
  • Infections and infestations: Cellulitis.
  • Vascular disorders: Deep venous thrombosis.

https://www.fda.gov/media/90064/download

In Summary:

  • There are more than 150 types or “strains” of HPV
  • Most HPV infections do not cause symptoms or health problems, so you may not know if you have the “virus”
  • HPV is claimed to cause nearly all cervical cancers
  • About 70% of HPV-related cervical cancer is said to be caused by HPV-16 or HPV-18
  • However, most genital HPV infections will not cause cancer
  • HPV is also said to cause cancer of the mouth and tongue as well as cause cancer of the oropharynx
  • HPV is also linked to less common cancers including anal, penile, vaginal, and vulvar cancers
  • HPV is not the only cause of cervical cancer
  • Most women with HPV don’t get cervical cancer
  • Other risk factors, like smoking and “HIV” infection, influence which women exposed to HPV are more likely to develop cervical cancer
  • It isn’t clear what causes cervical cancer
  • HPV is very common, and most people with the “virus” never develop cancer
  • This means other factors — such as your environment or your lifestyle choices — also determine whether you’ll develop cervical cancer
  • The other factors:
    1. Family History of Cervical Cancer
    2. Age
    3. Sexual and Reproductive History
    4. Socioeconomic Status
    5. Smoking
    6. “HIV” Infection
    7. In Utero DES Exposure
    8. Long-term use of oral contraceptives
  • Most women will be exposed to HPV at some point in their lives, and for most women, HPV infections will go away on their own without causing any problems
  • Since 2017, the annual screening report in Belgium suggests that 15% of the cervical cancers were HPV negative
  • Despite the fact that they believe that almost all cervical cancers are due to a HPV infection, they do not always find HPV in women with cervical cancer
  • The 15% figure created confusion on whether or not primary HPV screening is the best way forward
  • There are cervical cancers independent from HPV infection, these are the true HPV negative cancers
  • Globally, the percentage of HPV-negative cervical cancer cases ranges from 7% to 11%
  • Maurie Markman, MD, editor-in-chief, OncologyLive®, and physician and president of Medicine and Science at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, said that the issue surrounding HPV-negative disease is that the HPV may simply not be found through testing, but is present
  • According to Markman: “Some of this is definitional. The fact that you don’t find it doesn’t mean it isn’t there.”
  • On the flip side, just because you find DNA said to belong to HPV doesn’t mean it is the cause of cancer either… 🤔
  • Markman states that the possibility of not having HPV detected in a disease should not deter individuals from undergoing HPV vaccination nor regular cervical cancer screening
  • Markman firther states: “We can certainly show that 70% to 80% of HPV-positive cervical cancers are due to the 2 major types: HPV 16 and 18. There are another 20% to 30% of cervical cancers that are due to other [HPV] types, and there are dozens of HPV types. Therefore, it’s not at all clear that the issue with lack of preventing cervical cancer has anything to do with being HPV negative.”
  • According to the WHO, most sexually active women and men will be “infected” at some point in their lives, and some may be repeatedly “infected”
  • More than 90% of the infected populations eventually clear the infection
  • Nearly all (i.e. not all) cases of cervical cancer can be attributed to HPV infection
  • Most HPV infections clear up on their own and most pre-cancerous lesions resolve spontaneously
  • It takes 15 to 20 years for cervical cancer to develop in women with normal immune systems
  • It can take only 5 to 10 years in women with weakened immune systems, such as those with untreated “HIV infection”
  • According to the CDC, an HPV-associated cancer is a specific cellular type of cancer that is diagnosed in a part of the body where HPV is often found
  • Researchers use cancer registry data to estimate the number of HPV-associated cancers in the United States by looking at cancer in parts of the body and cancer cell types that are more likely to be caused by HPV
  • Cancer registries do not routinely collect data on whether HPV is in the cancer tissue
  • An HPV-attributable cancer is a cancer that is probably caused by HPV
  • HPV causes nearly all cervical cancers and many cancers of the vagina, vulva, penis, anus, rectum, and oropharynx
  • A CDC study used population-based data from cancer tissue to estimate the percentage of these cancers that are probably caused by HPV
  • To find the number of HPV-attributable cancers, multiply the number of HPV-associated cancers by the percentage of these cancers that are probably caused by HPV
  • In other words, there is no need to find HPV in these cancers as the CDC can estimate the amount of cases based on where they believe HPV resides in the body and if they believe the cancer was probably caused by HPV
  • HPV-associated cancers are estimated by examining cancer in parts of the body and cancer cell types that are more likely to be caused by HPV
  • Cancer registries do not collect data on the presence or absence of HPV in cancer tissue at the time of diagnosis
  • In general, HPV is thought to be responsible for:
    • More than 90% of anal and cervical cancers
    • About 70% of vaginal and vulvar cancers
    • More than 60% of penile cancers
  • Oropharyngeal cancers traditionally have been caused by tobacco and alcohol, but recent studies show that about 70% of cancers of the oropharynx may be linked to HPV
  • Many cancers of the oropharynx may be caused by a combination of tobacco, alcohol, and HPV
  • These adverse effects of the Gardasil 9 vaccine include:
    1. Guilliane Barre
    2. Lupus
    3. Seizures
    4. Paralysis
    5. Blood clots
    6. Brain inflammation
  • According to Dr. Diane Harper, a Merck employee who helped get the vaccine approved, “The rate of serious adverse events is greater than the incidence rate of cervical cancer.”
  • In the vaccine study, 1 out of every 912 who received Gardasil died
  • The cervical cancer death rate is 1 out of every 40,000 women per year
  • Dr. Harper’s comments to ABC News concur with the National Vaccine Information Center’s claim that “though nearly 70 percent of all Gardasil reaction reports were filed by Merck, a whopping 89 percent of the reports Merck did file were so incomplete there was not enough information for health officials to do a proper follow-up and review.”
  • GARDASIL 9 has not been demonstrated to provide protection against disease caused by:
    1. HPV types not covered by the vaccine
    2. HPV types to which a person has previously been exposed through sexual activity.
  • Not all vulvar, vaginal, anal, oropharyngeal and other head and neck cancers are caused by HPV
  • Vaccination with GARDASIL 9 may not result in protection in all vaccine recipients

It’s one thing to show that the DNA claimed to be HPV does not belong to any physical particles assumed to be the human “papillomavirus,” yet it’s another thing entirely to tear down this insane narrative linking these fictitious entities to cancer. According to the official narrative, there are over 150 different combinations of A,C,T,G’s representing different strains of the same “virus.” The vast majority of these DNA strains are said to be harmless. For the random numbers they picked out as their cancer culprits, the vast majority “infected” never develop cervical or any other cancer. They also claim that the vast majority of the HPV cases are asymptomatic and that 90% of these cases clear up on their own within 2 years. It is well-known that HPV is not the only factor said to cause cervical and other cancers and that various factors such as pharmaceutical use, smoking, environment, and lifestyle choices also play a big role. In fact, HPV is said to be unable to cause cancer without these co-factors. There are cases of cervical cancer that are HPV-negative thus confirming that these random DNA sequences are not found in every case of the disease they are supposed to cause within 15-20 years of infection. According to the CDC, as cancer registries do not collect data on the presence or absence of HPV in cancer tissue at the time of diagnosis, they estimate the percentage of HPV cancer cases based on where they think HPV may be hiding in the body as well as if they think HPV would probably be the cause of the cancer.

It is obvious to anyone looking at the evidence critically and logically that the link between HPV and cancer is laughable if it wasn’t so tragic. Sadly, this ridiculous narrative has struck fear into parents who have rushed to have their children injected with a vaccine that is admitted not to “protect” against all HPV strains and may not prevent “infection.” The risk of adverse side effects up to and including death is worse than the risk of ever developing cancer in the first place. A final note from HPV vaccine whistleblower Dr. Harper:

“If we vaccinate 11 year olds and the protection doesn’t last…we’ve put them at harm from side effects, small but real, for no benefit,” says Dr. Harper. “The benefit to public health is nothing, there is no reduction in cervical cancers, they are just postponed, unless the protection lasts for at least 15 years, and over 70% of all sexually active females of all ages are vaccinated.” She also says that enough serious side effects have been reported after Gardasil use that the vaccine could prove riskier than the cervical cancer it purports to prevent.”

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/gardasil-researcher-speaks-out/

It’s time to end this madness.

17 comments

  1. It appears that this is another invented disease created to sell vaccines. I suppose they will never investigate the true causes of cervical cancer.

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    1. They are all fabricated diseases to sell products. It just becomes more clear when you sit down and go through the details of the story they are trying to sell and can see that none of it adds up.

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      1. Mike, what about the injection they give to pregnant women because of the Rh negative test? What’s in those? I had those and also had several miscarriages because of being rh negative. It’s probably the same thing.

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    2. Ja myslim ,ze problém robí ten skrining ďalšia škodlivá tyčinka do útrob ženy, covid aféra nás prinútila veci si spájať. Naozaj čím ďalej menej chcem chodiť na prevenciu lebo vidím ako škodí zdraviu. Ďalšia moja teoria je očkovanie v detstve kde nás mozno indikujú bradavicami , nevylučuje m parazity alebo karcinogénne bunky nachádzajúce sa vo všetkých vax, alebo je to otrava ako vždy zaujímavé sú štúdie výživy kde sacharidova odporúčana Americká diéta je spúšťačom metabolického syndrómu a spôsobuje aj hpv výrastky na na krku a tele. Stale sme pokusným králikom našich korporácií treba jesť jedlo od farmárov.

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  2. It’s past time to end this madness. Thanks Mike, more great work. Next time I want to send someone info on HPV/Gardasil, or post it on social media, I know where to link.

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    1. You are welcome Lynn! Since I first post this information almost a year ago (crazy how time flies), my brother has come to the conclusion that vaccines (especially HPV) are toxic and he will not be vaccinating his daughters further. I am so relieved! If this information can help others to make the same conclusion, I can rest easily at night knowing that lives will be saved.

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  3. If Eleni Papadopulos were alive she would direct your attention to a paper by Bevan Reid published in 1965 in the Medical Journal of Australia. CANCER OF THE CERVIX UTERI: REVIEW OF CAUSAL FACTORS WITH AN HYPOTHESIS AS TO ITS ORIGIN. I have a copy. Inter alia he presents the case for the role of semen in the development of this neoplasm. He also published papers in Medical Hypotheses. Long before it went peer-reviewed.

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  4. I wished I knew about this information sooner before I got myself 2 shots of this poison last year. I had doubts about this HPV vaccine but all of my Google searchs only showed positive feedbacks of this shot and anyone who spoke against it was labeled as “anti-vaxxer”, so I thought that this thing must be good (back then I also did not know much about the corruption and evilness of big pharmas, and even on Rumbles I could not find negative information about HPV shot because everyone was busy talking about corona vaccines only). Thank you so much for doing covers of this HPV thing. I have been very interested in this topic as well but these days people only talk about corona. In Japan where I live they keep encouraging women to go test for cervical cancers, and every few months they would send to my mail box coupons for the test. I believe they just try to milk us through testing and vaccination just like what they are doing with corona. Hell that test is that you use a long stick to poke into your vagina and reach deep in there to get some tissues or whatever that is. I would never do that unless I actually feel very sick, yet they encourage women to do that frequently to “detect cancer early, and even after vaccination women should keep getting tested”. In Japan the limit age of HPV of vaccination is 40, and they say that you should get it even if you already had sexual intercourses. Just like you should get corona jabs even if you already had the rona. I believe cancers are caused by all the craps they put in your food and all that microplastic found in everything. Even the vegetable oils are not what humans should consume let alone all these fancy lab-made meets and now lab-made milk.

    All these articles about “virus” are indeed very interesting to read. I have believed that corona virus does not exist but I have never questioned if the virus concept itself is actually real. It did sound absurd to me that a virus can cause cancer though. The other day I watched a video showing that baby deaths started to decline at the same time clean water system was introduced to society, so it was the clean water that actually saved the babies, not the childhood vaccinations, but the vaccines of course got all the credits. You might want to take a look at this if you haven’t heard of it yet; this might be another evidence showing that virus is not real and all the vaccines created based on “virus” did nothing in saving anybody.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your story! It is amazing how well they cover up any information that is against the mainstream narrative that the HPV (and other vaccines) are “safe and effective.” They have done a wonderful job of painting anyone who questions vaccines as crazy and they have drilled the “trust the science” mantra into everyone’s heads so that they don’t question the evidence. Sadly, people do not realize that real science was never done in regards to “viruses,” vaccines, and antibodies. Their real slogan should be “trust the pseudoscience” as that is what they are presenting as evidence which everyone has fallen for.

      As for the clean water and improved health connection, you are correct. Clean water and sanitation led to a decrease in many childhood diseases well before the introduction of vaccines. The vaccines came into play when the cases were already well under control and took the credit. This is an interesting article that looks at how sanitation helped decrease disease:

      https://rootsofprogress.org/draining-the-swamp

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  5. So a relative of mine was told they had a verruca on the bottom of their foot. I didn’t know what one was, so I looked it up. Apparently it’s some sort of wart that’s caused by – guess what! – HPV! A virus. Knowing what I know now about virology I searched for a paper on the isolation of HPV. Found one on pubmed from 1982. I took a look at the methods section and then, just now, at the discussion section. I didn’t understand much from the methods section except they seemed to beg the question, namely, they assumed the outcome, presumed the virus to be there. Also there’s no mention of a control experiment. And, what is telling is an admission they make in the discussion section. Let me quote it.

    “Our findings thus demonstrate the presence of HPV sequences in human urogenital cancers. We emphasise that these findings do not establish a causal relationship between HPV and the urogenital cancers …” (Green, M., Brackmann, K. H., Sanders, P. R., Loewenstein, P. M., Freel, J. H., Eisinger, M., Switlyk, S. A., (1982). ‘Isolation of a human papillomavirus from a patient with epidermodysplasia verruciformis: presence of related viral DNA genomes in human urogenital tumors.’ Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1982 Jul; 79(14): 4437–4441.)

    But of course they add their beliefs about why they think it’s more than that.

    Then I thought to myself, “Let me see if Viroliegy.com has anything on this. And lo and behold, just a month ago you were spreading out its nonsense for all to see.

    Your article was fantastic. As your moniker says, “defeating them using their own sources.”

    My wife, whenever someone complains of stuff like this, verrucas or foot swellings, she automatically blames it on walking outside bare-footed. Not getting cut. Not being injected with something. Just walking outside without shoes and socks. The proof? None. She may as well become a virologist with that logic.

    Thanks again.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words! 🙂 I was put onto researching HPV last year by a friend whose wife wanted their teenage son vaccinated for HPV. I already knew of the dangers of the HPV vaccine and having two nieces, it seemed like the perfect time to tackle it and dispel the myth. The fraudulent science and flimsy connection to cancer was shocking to me…although it really shouldn’t have been. It’s pretty much par for the course with virology.

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