Nobel Prize Winner In Medicine SLAMS Govt. Forced Mass-Vaccinations And Declares ‘The Non-Vaccinated Will Save Humanity’

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Luc Montagnier, a virologist and 2008 Nobel Laureate in Medicine, has blasted international governments’ mass vaccination programs, declaring that the fate of humanity now rests with individuals who refuse to take the vaccine.

Prof. Montagnier remarked during a recent rally in Italy against obligatory vaccinations, “The non-vaccinated will save humanity.”

Montagnier described mass vaccination against the coronavirus during the pandemic as “unthinkable” and a “historical error” that is “generating variations” and resulting in disease mortality.

Prof. Montagnier received the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2008 for his work on the discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

In an interview published by the RAIR Foundation US, Montagnier remarked, ‘It is an unforgivable mistake. The history books will show that vaccination is what causes the variants.’

Prof. Montagnier asserted that many epidemiologists are aware of this and have decided to be “silent” regarding the subject of “antibody-dependent enhancement.”

His allegation was made in an interview with Pierre Barnerias of Hold-Up Media earlier this month. “It is the antibodies produced by the virus that enable an infection to become stronger.”

While variants of viruses can occur naturally, Prof. Montagnier said that mass vaccination is driving the process.

What does the virus do? Does it die or find another solution?

“It is clear that the new variants are created by antibody-mediated selection due to the vaccination.

Vaccinating during a pandemic is “unthinkable” and is causing deaths, the winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize for Medicine said.

The new variants are production and result from the vaccination. You see it in each country, it’s the same: in every country deaths follow vaccination,” he said, as per the report.

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