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Friday, September 23, 2016

HIV IS CLOSEST TO THE VIRUS OF INFECTIOUS ANAEMIA OF HORSES


Luc Montagnier and colleagues at Institut Pasteur in France, are responsible for contaminated vaccines in Africa, resulting in Aids, Ebola and other diseases

Luc Montagnier and colleagues at Institut Pasteur in France, are responsible for contaminated vaccines in Africa, resulting in Aids, Ebola and other diseases




When the Human Immunodificiency Virus- HIV, which at that time was referred to as lympadenopathy associated virus (LAV) was examined and described  by Luc Montanier in 1984, under the electron microscope, he indicated as a possible cause of a contamination of a human cell sample observed by the Virus of Infectious Anaemia Horses.

Under his electron microscope, HIV and Virus of Infectious Anaemia of Horses look identical. At that time, Montagnier obviously advocated that human lymphocytes could be infected by the horse virus.

Later, however, he claimed, such an infection to be practically non-existent, and that this proved the link between HIV and the Virus of Infectious Anaemia of Horses. In examinations of the relationship between the retroviruses, it transpired that there was a particularly close relastionship between HIV and Virus of Infectious Anaemia of Horses.

Only with these two viruses can one achieve a 'serological cross reaction.' The respective defence mechanisms of horse and human beings develop antibodies which are tailor-made to be effective likewise against EIAV and HIV: Anti-EIAV will also resist HIV and anti-HIV will also resist EIAV.

One can get corresponding results when investigating blood doners. Examinations of the chemical structure (sequence analyses) of HIV, formerly LAV, confirm the results which Montagnier produced during his electron microscope immunological examinations.

The agents of Infectious Anaemia of Horses (ELA), the goat - (CAEV), cattle- (BIV) and the Human Immunodificiency Virus (HIV) form a special group among the retroviruses Montagnier's colleagues working at the Institut Pasteur, Paris, uttered surprise that there was no similarity between LA- and the other animal retroviruses while the parallelism between the structures in the genotypes of LAV and ILAV are referred as being particularly close.

To confirm this in later studies three claims are made. We confront them with reality:

- There is apparetly only a week antigin: Every antigin-antibody reaction is a proof.

- In cell cultures, EIAV and HIV showed different rates of growth: In cultures with Cytomegalo viruses, HIV and EIAV are growing similarly.

-A part from individual cases during the 1920's, there was no EIAV-infections in human beings. Already up to 1938 five people only infected by EIAV were documented.

"All the three arguments are false."

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