Monday, November 30, 2009

World AIDS Day Exclusive: HIV Discoverer Admits HIV Scam

BREAKING NEWS - The drug industry pushes ineffective drugs and vaccines because they cannot profit from good nutrition or clean water - so says Nobel Laureate (2008) and HIV Discoverer Luc Montagnier, MD in this just-released disclosure.

As I explained last Saturday, if the world learned today that HIV is no longer a threat, the financial and political beneficiaries of HIV and AIDS would no longer be needed and the CDC and NIAID have no rational reason to exist.

Since 1955, infectious disease has been statistically irrelevant since the 1960s:



So why does the Centers for Disease Control waste half of its $9.2 billion budget on HIV and immunizations?

House of Numbers shows audiences around the world that, without the hysterical fear of infectious disease, PharmaSluts on the government dole would have to find real jobs – which is why the documentary now poses an existential threat to these overpaid slugs.

At the start of the movie, Donald Francis MD claims that HIV “kills everything” and, at the documentary's conclusionthe discoverer of HIV and Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier MD concludes:

Montagnier: We can be exposed to HIV many times without being chronically infected… our immune system will get rid of the virus within a few weeks if you have a good immune system.

Brent Leung: If you have a good immune system then your body can naturally get rid of HIV?

Montagnier: Yes.

Brent Leung: If you take a poor African who’s been infected and you build up her immune system is it also possible for them to also naturally get rid of it?

Montagnier: I would think so…
While the lamestream media slept through Montagnier’s simple CURE FOR AIDS, the usual suspects accused the filmmaker of tricking (sucker-punching) the world-acclaimed scientists who appeared in the film. In response, Leung posted this additional clip, which added:
Montagnier: I would think so… It’s important knowledge, which is completely neglected. People always think of drugs and vaccine.

Brent Leung: There’s no money in nutrition, right?

Montagnier: There’s no profit, yes.
Still, this wasn’t enough for the pharmaceutical lawyers who ghostwrote Jeanne Bergman’s revised arguments. Although they acknowledge that the "discoverer of HIV" is “clearly not a denialist,” the lawyers that defend drugs like Benoxaprofen and Vioxx used Bergman’s rent-a-PhD to claim Leung “sucker-punched” Montagnier with “leading questions.”

To satisfy the PharmaSluts, Brent Leung has now released this never before seen exclusive video of his interview with Dr. Montagnier.

As you watch it, ask yourself these questions:
  • Did the filmmaker fool him? Did Montagnier look "sucker-punched?

  • Did Montagnier have a good command of the English language?

  • Why does Montagnier smile at the end of the interview?



RSB interviewed the film maker last night - Linked here.

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