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Nobel Prize winner – ‘In every country the death curve follows the vaccination curve’

The current mass vaccination policy is a grave mistake, says French virologist Luc Montagnier, who in 2008 together with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi was awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the HI virus. Montagnier believes the current vaccine drive is a scientific as well as a medical error.

Published: May 27, 2021, 5:28 am

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    “History books will show that it is vaccination that creates the virus variants,” said Montagnier in an interview with the RAIR Foundation USA portal.

    “There are antibodies created by the vaccine that force the virus to find another solution or to die. Variants are created in the process,” explained the scientist. Epidemiologists are familiar with this phenomenon of “infection-enhancing antibodies” (Antibody-Dependent Enhancement, or ADE for short). But in the case of Corona, they appear to be silent about it.

    Some scientists also maintained that ADE is not a problem with Covid-19 vaccines, and the concerns that Montagnier expressed should be rejected. “Even with new variants, it is unlikely that ADE will be a problem,” said Medpage Today in mid-March.

    Montagnier’s misgivings were confirmed in an open letter from doctors, scientists and lawyers to the European Medicines Agency however. At the end of February, they reported on the accumulation of Corona outbreaks in nursing homes, shortly after the residents had received their Covid vaccinations.

    This was subsequently established in the middle of this month by the French virologist Christine Rouzioux, who noted an increase in new cases in vaccinated patients in nursing homes, among others, in Montpellier, Reims and on the Moselle.

    According to Montagnier, the problems with the vaccines are manifesting themselves all over the world. “You see it in every country, it’s the same everywhere: the curve for the vaccinations is followed by the curve for the deaths.” This is also shown by a YouTube video based on data from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. According to this, the death rate in a number of countries – including Austria, Argentina, Belgium and Brazil – increased after the vaccination, sometimes significantly, after having previously declined steadily.

    In the interview, Montagnier also blamed the products presented as vaccines for the rising death rate among young people, which he primarily attributes to the increased risk of thrombosis. Last but not least, he refered to figures from the WHO. The curve of new infections exploded along with deaths after vaccinations which started in January.

    According to his own statements, the Nobel Prize laureate is currently conducting studies with patients who have contracted the Coronavirus after a vaccination. He said he was quite certain: “I will show you that they create the variants that are resistant to the vaccine.”

    Montagnier has argued that the Coronavirus disease was designed in a laboratory. According to Montagnier, the “presence of elements of HIV and germ of malaria in the genome of Coronavirus is highly suspect and the characteristics of the virus could not have arisen naturally”.

    Initially, this was described as “a conspiracy vision that does not relate to the real science” by Jean-Francois Delfraissy, an unimposing immunologist and head of the scientific council that advises the French government on the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Anthony Fauci, the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, admitted on May 11, 2021 that the Covid-19 pandemic did not evolve naturally.

    Meanwhile, a Greek pharmaceutical entrepreneur does not want to be vaccinated against Corona for fear of a possible “falsification” of his DNA he said. Dimitris Giannakopoulos, the managing director of the largest Greek pharmaceutical company Vianex, has refused the jab even though the Greek government has introduced compulsory vaccination for the medical professionals. According to the news magazine Telepolis, Giannakopoulos was referring to the mRNA vaccines.


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