Luc Montagnier: “It’s Vaccination Insanity”

Luc Montagnier is a French virologist and a joint recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus. He’s been featured in this space several times since the Coronamadness began, most recently here.

Below are two excerpts from a recent interview with Dr. Montagnier. As mentioned in MC’s essay earlier today, the doctor has been quoted as saying that 100% of people who receive the mRNA COVID “vaccine” will die as a result. In the first of these videos Dr. Montagnier denies that he ever said such a thing.

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes and RAIR Foundation for the subtitling.

Video #1:

Video #2:

Video transcript #1:

00:00   I am outraged by the fact that we want to vaccinate children,
00:06   because then we are really affecting a future generation.
00:11   We need to know, for example, take glyphosate, right? Recent studies
00:15   on glyphosate have shown that there are epigenetic effects. That means
00:19   people who eat glyphosate in their diet, pass on something that will
00:25   affect future generations. Their children, their grand children and great-grand children,
00:31   they will suffer. At the moment, this has only been shown in rats.
00:34   You could extrapolate this onto humans. There are epigenetic effects.
00:39   We need to consider that and not just think of our own generation, but of the future.
00:44   This messenger RNA that’s being injected today in vaccines, may have effects
00:51   on future generations that are undetected if we aren’t searching for them.
00:55   So it will persist, we’ll say, if we inject this substance, without really knowing the
01:00   the mid-term and long term consequences. —Absolutely. We’re in unknown
01:04   territory and proclaim mandatory vaccines for everyone.
01:09   It’s insanity. It’s vaccination insanity that I absolutely condemn.
01:15   I also want to say that I never, never said that everyone will die from the vaccine,
01:22   but that a certain number of people who take the vaccine will suffer from it. That’s impermissible.
01:27   They will suffer from side effects, concerning which there have been no observations,
01:32   or any data from previous studies, because it’s still too soon to say. —Exactly.
01:36   There could side effects that effect future generations as well, maybe, but most probably
01:41   in our generation in five to ten years. That’s absolutely possible.
01:45   Notably, something we call neurodegenerative illness.
01:49   There are sequences that resemble the prion sequences in the RNA of the Corona virus.
01:58   These prions could disorder the natural proteins in the brain,
02:07   modifying them to make prions.

Video transcript #2:

00:00   So, as far as I know, although I’m not a specialist, but from what I read, anyway,
00:04   there are different types of vaccines that are appearing on the market now,
00:08   and there is, in fact, one that is being developed by Moderna that is based on messenger RNA.
00:13   Do you believe in that vaccine? —So, that’s where I would be really very —
00:19   you could say, I’m going to try to temper the enthusiasm for this vaccine project.
00:24   It’s a long-term project. And people are being asked to jump on it right away.
00:29   And if they accept, that would be a mistake,
00:32   because here we risk having effects that are absolutely unpredictable.
00:36   Meaning what? —Cancer, for example. In organs, that begins to proliferate rapidly.
00:42   We’re playing the sorcerer’s apprentice, so to speak. —We’re playing the sorcerer’s apprentice,
00:45   in your opinion? —Absolutely. Absolutely. —We don’t have
00:48   the necessary distance to dare to undertake such an adventure?
00:51   It’s too early. They’ve certainly done a lot of studies with animals, I think;
00:55   but not enough to make predictions. You have test humans to see what happens,
01:01   but you can’t use humans as guinea pigs. You can’t use the children as guinea pigs.
01:05   It’s absolutely unethical. There must be no deaths caused by the vaccines.
01:10   So, in your opinion, professor, can we say that there is a definite risk of poisoning
01:14   future generations with this vaccine? Can we say it like that?
01:18   Yes, we don’t know. Maybe not “poison.” It’s an ominous word, but we can’t predict
01:23   what will happen in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th generations after this vaccination.
01:29   So, in the end, it’s basically an entire century.
01:33   We cannot accept that children,
01:38   or even the whole current generation,
01:44   even the older people like me, might disappear due to the vaccine.
01:49   In your opinion, is a vaccine still the best solution we have today against COVID?
01:55   No. It is a solution, but it is not the only solution.
01:59   There are therapeutic treatments currently being used that don’t cost much,
02:04   such as azithromycin, hydroxychloroquine, and other plant-based medicines that
02:12   were effective on malaria and may be effective for this infection.
02:21   So, in fact, we aren’t actually unarmed, but we have to intervene correctly.
02:25   Which is why we want to find out the origin of the virus,
02:29   to know what we are dealing with, and that’s quite difficult to say at the moment.
02:34   There’s not enough known, especially concerning what exactly happened in the Wuhan lab,
02:40   along with certain other American labs, in the months leading up to the current epidemic.