French virologist and Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier called mass vaccination against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus an “unacceptable mistake,” and that history will demonstrate that it favors the mutations that cause a greater number of deaths.
Montagnier’s warning is based on the phenomenon known to virologists as “antibody-dependent potentiation” (ADE) but which they dare not disclose, according to the US foundation RAIR on May 18.
As an application of this phenomenon, the scientist Montagnier explains that viruses are under pressure to mutate to not die in the face of the threat of mass vaccination and are therefore forced to develop new variants that attack the human population with their new configurations.
According to the video at the following link, Montagnier made these statements in an interview translated and published by RAIR.
The interviewer alluded to World Health Organization (WHO) data showing that, since vaccines were introduced in January, contamination from new infections has “skyrocketed,” along with deaths, “especially among the young.”
Montagnier, a professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, responded “Yes,” and mentioned the thromboses generated by AstraZeneca’s vaccines.
In this regard, Health Impact News recently reported details on the deaths caused by the CCP adenovirus vaccine, which indicates that the victims are between the ages of 27 and 55, with most of them suffering from blood clots.
Also, Eudra Vigilance, a European database of suspected drug reaction cases, reported 8,430 deaths and 354,177 injuries following injections of four experimental CCP virus vaccines, reports Health Impact News.
It added that 4,524 of the 8,430 deaths were reported following injections of Pfizer vaccines and 184,833 of the 354,177 injuries following injections of AstraZeneca vaccines.
In this context, Professor Harvey Risch of the prestigious Yale University would also confirm Montagnier’s assertion and note that the institutions interested in having the entire population vaccinated are not transparent in their reporting.
“And, in fact, we know this now because doctors have told me that more than half of the new cases of COVID that they are seeing for treatment are people who have been vaccinated,” Dr. Risch said. “More than half, they estimate that 60% of the new cases they are treating are from vaccinated people.”
Another of Nobel laureate and virologist Montagnier’s theories is that man in a laboratory had created the CCP Virus.
The fact that “elements of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the malaria germ have been found in the coronavirus genome is highly suspicious and the characteristics of the virus could not have arisen naturally,” Montagnier said.
His hypothesis led to his being discredited by French experts who accused him of having “a conspiratorial view that does not relate to real science,” but Montagnier published a paper in July 2020 supporting his claims.