The medical establishment claims that sexually transmitted diseases are a significant worldwide problem; as indicated by the June 2019 WHO fact sheet entitled Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that states,
“More than 1 million sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are acquired every day worldwide.”
The reference to these diseases as ‘infections’ is based on the idea that they are caused by ‘germs’ of one kind or another, as demonstrated by the statement in the fact sheet that,
“More than 30 different bacteria, viruses and parasites are known to be transmitted through sexual contact. Eight of these pathogens are linked to the greatest incidence of sexually transmitted disease. Of these 8 infections, 4 are currently curable: syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia and trichomoniasis. The other 4 are viral infections which are incurable: hepatitis B, herpes simplex virus (HSV or herpes), HIV, and human papillomavirus (HPV).”
The problem with these statements is that the ‘germ theory’ remains unproven; in other words, there is, and never has been, any genuine scientific evidence that any ‘germ’ is the cause of any disease, including those claimed to be transmitted sexually. This is discussed in detail in our book, What Really Makes You Ill? Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease Is Wrong, in which we include reference to the work of many physicians and scientists who have recognised this fact. For example, in his book entitled The Hygienic System: Vol VI Orthopathy, Herbert Shelton cites the words of Dr Beddow Bayly MD MRCS LRCP, who wrote in the June 1928 edition of London Medical World that,
“I am prepared to maintain with scientifically established facts, that in no single instance has it been conclusively proved that any microorganism is the specific cause of a disease.”
This means that even if ‘germs’ were transferable, which they are not, they have never been proven to cause people to become ill.
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