Scientist who discovered HIV says coronavirus from Wuhan lab contains HIV DNA
French virologist Luc Montagnier, the guy who won a Nobel Prize for discovering the AIDS virus, has made some controversial claims about the so-called nature of the COVID-19 virus.
According to Montagnier, the COVID-19 came from a Wuhan laboratory and not from a Wuhan wet market as the mainstream media reported. The virus also contains the same DNA as HIV.
In an April 16 interview with Why Doctor,quoted on Natural News, Montagnierexplained that even though early theories had claimed that the coronavirus came from contaminated bat meat, it is a genetically modified (GMO) virus and worse, it has the HIV gene sequence artificially inserted into it.
“The Wuhan city laboratory has specialized in these coronaviruses since the early 2000s,” Montagnier stated, adding that the Wuhan laboratory has proficiency in this area. Montagnier alongside his mathematician colleague, Jean-Claude Perrez, accessed every little detail of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and found that it closely resembles HIV.
"We were not the first since a group of Indian researchers tried to publish a study which shows that the complete genome of this coronavirus [has] sequences of another virus, which is HIV, the virus AIDS," he added.
However, after the Indian researchers made and published their findings, they were forced to retract their study in a bid to keep the truth away from the public. The government has tried hard to keep the truth away from the public but as Montagnier rightly notes, “scientific truth always ends up emerging” regardless of attempts to bury it.
Even though he’s won a Nobel Prize and is an expert on HIV, Montagnier’santi-vaccine stance has made him unpopular among his colleagues.
Natural News mentions a recent article that was published in France about scientists, titled, “The slow scientific sinking of Professor Luc Montagnier.” The article criticized Montagnier’s belief that a person can be exposed to HIV many times without getting chronically infected, “Our immune system will get rid of the virus in a matter of weeks, if you have a good immune system,” he’s quoted to have said about HIv. Many scientists believe is this is nothing but a wild conspiracy theory.
Montagnier's unpopularity among his colleagues and the mainstream media might also stem from the fact that he has continually spoken out about the dangers of vaccines. He insists that although vaccines are backed by "goodwill," they “poison little by little the entire population that will succeed us,” referring to the vaccination of babies.
He believes that the reason why the level of HIV infection is high throughout Africa is due to imbalanced diets among people in the continent that result in high levels of oxidative stress.
“Even if they are not infected with HIV … their immune system is already not working very well, it is prone to let in and persist HIV,” he insists.
“There are many ways apart from the vaccine … to reduce transmission, simply by nutritional measures, to give antioxidants … hygiene measures, fighting other infections.”