During a stunning interview, Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier expressed strong concerns about the coronavirus vaccine’s mid-term, long-term, and even generational consequences.
Montagnier warned that “neurodegenerative illness” is a potential side effect of the coronavirus vaccine and said in no uncertain terms that he is “outraged” about the widespread vaccination of children.
The prominent virologist further disputed an online rumor likely meant to distract from his viral observation, first translated from French at RAIR Foundation USA, that the coronavirus vaccine is the cause of the variants.
Prof. Montagnier clarified during the interview with Xavier Azalbert, a journalist with France Soir, that while the rumors about his vaccine observations are untrue, his criticism of the vaccine is very real.
Montagnier said in part:
We’re in unknown territory and proclaim mandatory vaccines for everyone. It’s insanity. It’s vaccination insanity that I absolutely condemn.
He explained that he “is not looking for controversy, but for truth”.
Some of the points made in a clip of the interview translated exclusively for RAIR Foundation USA reveal that Prof. Montagnier is “outraged” that widespread vaccination of children could have horrific generational consequences.
He gives the example of the herbicide glyphosate, which can be passed on to future generations in a process known as “Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance.”
“Recent studies on glyphosate have shown that there are epigenetic effects,” Prof. Montagnier explained. “That means people who eat glyphosate in their diet pass on something that will affect future generations. Their children, their grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, they will suffer,” he continued.