Several devastating flaws in mainstream HIV/AIDS theory are plainly to be seen in the mainstream literature and the public domain, yet HIV/AIDS proponents and media coverage manage to ignore and thereby suppress them.
Perhaps most striking are the 1990-95 publications from Montagnier’s lab  which demonstrated that “HIV” is harmless and that CD4 cells are damaged only by mycoplasma(s) present in sera of people suffering from “AIDS”. The involvement of mycoplasmas was confirmed independently by Lo .
Further confirmation came from Bernton et al.  who found that the neurotoxicity of “HIV isolates” was owing to mycoplasmas and not to “HIV”. No matter this never-refuted report, HIV/AIDS enthusiasts continue to talk about “HIV-associated” dementia which, if not brought on by mycoplasmas, could also be blamed on toxic antiretroviral drugs .
Pease  pointed out that mycoplasmas are ubiquitous, are eminently capable of causing illnesses, and that electron micrographs of “HIV isolates” show mycoplasma-like particles.
These facts no doubt underlie Montagnier’s frequent assertions that healthy immune systems can readily repulse any attacks from “HIV”.
It seems truly remarkable that the suppression of facts unwelcome to the HIV/AIDS orthodoxy can be so effective that it even silences the heretical statements of a person who had been awarded a Nobel Prize for his work on “HIV”, never mind the never-questioned or refuted publications demonstrating the involvement of mycoplasmas in “AIDS”.
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[1b] Lemaître et al., “Role of mycoplasma infection in the cytopathic effect induced by human immunodeﬁciency virus type 1 in infected cell lines”, Infection and Immunity, 60 (1992) 742-8
[1c] Blanchard & Montagnier, “AIDS-associated mycoplasmas”, Annual Review of Microbiology, 48 (1994) 687-712
[1c] Grau et al., “Association of Mycoplasma penetrans with human immunodeficiency virus infection”, Journal of Infectious Diseases, 172 (1995) 672-81
[2a] S-C Lo, “Mycoplasmas and AIDS”, pp. 525-45 in Maniloff et al. (eds.), Mycoplasmas: molecular biology and pathogenesis, American Society for Microbiology (1992)
[2b] Wang et al., “Mycoplasma penetrans infection in male homosexuals with AIDS: high seroprevalence and association with Kaposi’s Sarcoma”, Clinical Infectious Diseases, 17 (1993) 724-9
 Bernton et al., “No direct neuronotoxicity by HIV-1 virions or culture fluids from HIV-1-infected T cells or monocytes”, AIDS Research & Human Retroviruses, 8 (1992) 495-503.
 Gonzalez-Duart et al., “Selected neurologic complications of HIV and antiretroviral therapy”, PRN Notebook, 11 (#2, 2006) 24-9
 Phyllis E. Pease, AIDS, Cancer and Arthritis: A New Perspective, London: Jigsaw Design and Print Ltd., 2005; ISBN 09550-5670-5