When Brent Leung started showcasing his groundbreaking new documentary film about AIDS, “House of Numbers” (www.HouseOfNumbers.com), he had no way to comprehend the wave of defamatory attacks that would be unleashed against him. Promoters of conventional AIDS theories (with all their vaccines and pharmaceuticals) have gone on a rampage against Leung, calling him an “AIDS denialist” — with an obvious invocation of the similar-sounding “Holocaust denialist” phrase.
The implication, of course, is that if you deny any part of conventional AIDS theories, you’re as bad as a Nazi war criminal. It’s a curious comparison, especially given that the origins of the modern pharmaceutical industry are found precisely in the Nazi regime where pharmaceutical scientists routinely conducted medical experiments on Jewish prisoners. As a fascinating matter of historical fact, the Chairman of Bayer in the 1950’s (yes, the same Bayer that makes Bayer Aspirin) was Dr. Fritz ter Meer, a convicted war criminal, who after committing crimes against humanity was sentenced to seven years in prison at the Nuremberg war trials.
The pharmaceutical industry operating today is largely a cabal of unindicted criminals who are guilty of crimes against humanity, and one of their favorite methods of multiplying their profits is to push a disease, then sell a vaccine they claim “treats” the disease. It’s the same old scam, whether we’re talking about cervical cancer, swine flu or even AIDS.
Getting back to Brent Leung and his film House of Numbers, when the AIDS-pharma promoters saw his film, they knew they had to attack the messenger and try to discredit him as quickly as possible. So they claimed Leung quoted the scientists in the film out of context, thereby distorting what they were saying. In particular, Leung was attacked for his interview with Dr. Luc Montagnier, the Nobel Prize-winning co-discoverer of the AIDS virus, who explained to Leung during the interview that AIDS can be overcome (cured) with nutrition, and that the vaccine approach is entirely overblown.
Such an idea, of course, spells financial doom for drug companies and their cohorts, all of whom profit from the oft-repeated myth that “AIDS has no cure” and that only drugs can treat AIDS. So the critics went after Leung for daring to include Montagnier’s words in his documentary. One critic in particular, Jeanne Bergman from an “AIDS truth” website, claimed that Leung “sucker punched” Montagnier.
She also claimed Leung quoted Montagnier out of context and blamed him for asking “leading questions” by saying, “Montagnier does not spontaneously say in the film that a healthy diet will clear the virus. Leung asked leading questions and then presented a fragment of conversation out of context.”
As you’ll soon see, Jeanne Bergman has no clue what she’s talking about. But that’s actually par for the course when it comes to the AIDS industry.
The raw interview with Luc Montagnier – revealed!
To help provide clarity to this issue, NaturalNews spoke with House of Numbers filmmaker Brent Leung who agreed to provide us with exclusive, un-cut footage of the conversation with Luc Montagnier, complete with subtitles.
You can now view this exclusive, revealing footage on YouTube at:
Read the rest at this link. (Including a full transcript)