Man Who Discovered HIV Declares ‘COVID-19 Is Man-Made’

Much note has been said about the connection between HIV and COVID-19. According to Gimore Health News in an interview with the discoverer of HIV, Luc Montagnier, he says that COVID-19 based on his research had to have been created in a lab, supporting previous statements from research by the Indian Institute of Technology suggesting the same.

According to Professor Luc Montagnier, winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2008 for “discovering” HIV as the cause of the AIDS epidemic together with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, the SARS-CoV-2 is a virus that was manipulated and accidentally released from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, in the last quarter of 2019. According to Professor Montagnier, this laboratory, known for its work on coronaviruses, tried to use one of these viruses as a vector for HIV in the search for an AIDS vaccine!

“With my colleague, bio-mathematician Jean-Claude Perez, we carefully analyzed the description of the genome of this RNA virus,” explains Luc Montagnier, interviewed by Dr Jean-François Lemoine for the daily podcast at Pourquoi Docteur, adding that others have already explored this avenue: Indian researchers have already tried to publish the results of the analyses that showed that this coronavirus genome contained sequences of another virus, … the HIV virus (AIDS virus), but they were forced to withdraw their findings as the pressure from the mainstream was too great. (source)

COVID-19 then is, in a sense, a form of ‘airborne HIV’. That alone should be enough of a reason to desire great precaution before going out and wanting to resume as many say is life as normal.

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