Its about HIV and AIDS and how we’re not being told the truth. From Lew Rockwell:
Particularly problematical for the orthodoxy is the interview with Luc Montagnier, the French scientist who discovered HIV (if you accept that he discovered something). You can watch this interview today on YouTube.
The most interesting part of the exchange goes like this:
Montagnier "We can be exposed to HIV many times without being chronically infected. Our immune system will get rid of the virus in a few weeks, if you have a good immune system."
Leung "If you have a good immune system, then your body can naturally get rid of HIV?"
Montagnier goes on to say that a neglected point in battling sickness in Africa is that nutrition and hygiene are very important, and people are only thinking of drugs and vaccines.
The significance of such comments coming from, of all people, the man who supposedly discovered the HIV virus, cannot be overstated. To understand why, you must understand that the whole problem of HIV boils down to one very simple concept: people get sick – why?
Why indeed. And in fact, if “being healthy” gets rid of HIV just like that, well then in what way does HIV even exist? We could in fact, define “it” as what happens when we’re not healthy – we get sick. Which is, of course, a truism. Another way of saying this is that HIV is not a virus: it’s just a name that we give to whatever virus comes along to take advantage of a sick person.
This is kind of backed up by this piece, which shows the evident controversy over whether HIV even exists as a unique virus.
By the way, in response to critics who claimed the excerpt above was edited in a special way, he released the full interview.
I mean, this guy isn’t just saying that nutrition and hygiene can help prevent getting AIDS – he’s saying it’ll cure it! Amazing to think this is coming from the guy who “discovered” it. No doubt Big Pharma will have him discredited and carted off, if they get their way.
By the way, those of us who follow people like Dr Eades, Gary Taubes, and the Weston A Price Foundation already have a good idea at how important nutrition is. But... more than that... what is good nutrition? It’s not what we’re being told by the establishment! It’s not low-fat, high-grain, and pasteurised. It’s the exact opposite.
Anyway, back to AIDS. The phantom menace. There’s a great piece here about Celia Farber, who was in Africa for a while. It’s an eye-opener, and basically re-iterates the importance of hygiene in particular – and even the sinister possibility of treatments themselves causing the problems.
There’s more second opinions here, here, and here. More than enough to get you thinking.
There’s also a handy wallchart-style list of the inconsistencies in AIDS claims here.