December 01, 2009
the Health Ranger
When Brent Leung started showcasing his groundbreaking new
documentary film about AIDS, "House
of Numbers", 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
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.
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
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
One critic in particular, Jeanne
Bergman from an "AIDS
truth" website, claimed that Leung "sucker punched"
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.
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
complete with subtitles.
NaturalNews transcribed this un-cut conversation and below, we've
reprinted the words exchanged between Brent Leung and Dr. Luc
Here, you'll see that, in fact, Brent Leung did not
quote Montagnier out of context, and that Montagnier makes his
position crystal clear on points such as how nutrition may help
reverse an AIDS infection.
What this transcript (and video) proves is that Leung's critics are,
in fact, deeply misinformed in their accusations of Leung, and are
guilty of printing false and defamatory information that accuses
Leung of distorting the interviews used in his film.
transcript to see for yourself:
The transcript between Brent Leung and Dr. Luc Montagnier
Leung [the filmmaker]: You talked about oxidative stress earlier. Is
treating oxidative stress one of the best ways to deal with the
African AIDS epidemic?
Montagnier [the scientist]: I think this is one way to approach, to
decrease the rate of transmission, because I believe HIV we can be
exposed to HIV many times without bring chronically infected, our
immune system will get rid of the virus within a few weeks, if you
have a good immune system; and this is the problem also of the
Their nutrition is not very equilibrated, they are
in oxidative stress, even if they are not infected with HIV; so
their immune system doesn't work well already. So it's prone, it
can, you know, allow HIV to get in and persist. So there are many
ways which are not the vaccine, the magic name, the vaccine, many
ways to decrease the transmission just by simple measures of
nutrition, giving antioxidants - proper antioxidants - hygiene
measures, fighting the other infections.
So they are not
spectacular, but they could, you know, decrease very well the
epidemic, to the level they are in occidental countries, western
Leung: So if you have a good immune system, then your body can
naturally get rid of HIV?
Leung: Oh, interesting. Do you think we should have more of a push
for antioxidants, and things of that nature, in Africa than
antiretrovirals (AIDS drugs)?
Montagnier: We should push for more, you know, a combination of
measures; antioxidants, nutrition advice, nutritions, fighting other
infections - malaria, tuberculosis, parasitosis, worms - education
of course, genital hygiene for women and men also, very simple
measures which [are] not very expensive, but which could do a lot.
And this is my, actually my worry about the many spectacular action
for the global funds to buy drugs and so on, and Bill Gates and so
on, for the vaccine.
But you know those kind of measures are not
very well funded, they're not funded at all, or they are, you know,
it really depends on the local government to take choice of this,
but local governments they take advice of the scientific advisors
from the intelligent institutions, and they don't get this kind of
advice very often.
Leung: Well there's no money in nutrition, right? There's no profit.
Montagnier: There's no profit, yes. Water is important.
Leung: Now one thing you said, you were talking about the fact that
if you have a built immune system, it is possible to get rid of HIV
naturally. If you take a poor African who's been infected and you
build up their immune system, is it possible for them to also
naturally get rid of it?
Montagnier: [Nodding yes] I would think so.
Leung: That's an important point.
Montagnier: It's important knowledge which is completely neglected.
People always think of drugs and vaccine. So this is a message which
may be different from what you heard before, no?
Leung: The closing?
Montagnier: No, no, yes, my message, it's different from what you
heard from (Anthony) Fauci or...
Leung: Yes, it's a little different.
Montagnier: Little different.
Analysis of the conversation
As you can see from this transcript (and from watching the video),
Leung asks no loaded questions and engages in no trickery
If anything, Leung is quite reserved in his questioning,
preferring to allow Montagnier to do most of the talking. In
particular, Leung does not interrupt Montagnier, nor does he attempt
to verbally entrap him in any way.
For his part, Dr. Montagnier doesn't mince words. He's very clear on
the points he's making, saying them several times in different ways.
His points are, essentially (paraphrased):
You can be exposed to AIDS without getting infected.
A strong immune system can protect you against AIDS.
With the help of good nutrition, you can fight off AIDS.
The importance of AIDS vaccines is exaggerated.
AIDS can be approached with low-cost, highly-effective
What the African people really need is better nutrition to protect
themselves from AIDS.
The facts about nutrition and AIDS are being neglected (by the
He's not wishy-washy about these things. He speaks with clear intent
and does not waver on these points.
At the end of the interview,
before the cameras are turned off, he even acknowledges to Leung
that what he just said was essentially a "bombshell" of information
that stands at odds with conventional AIDS scientists such as Fauci.
Now, if you go back to the House of Numbers movie and watch the
clips (shown far below) of Leung's conversation with Montagnier, you'll find that the
quotes used in the film are right in line with what Montagnier is
saying in his un-cut conversation. There is absolutely no
distortion, no out-of-context quoting going on here. If anything,
Leung has acted in a very professional way in choosing quotes for
the final film that accurately reflect the essence of what
Montagnier is communicating.
And for that, Leung gets blasted by critics and accused of
misrepresenting what these scientists are saying. That's because the
conventional AIDS-pharma proponents can't stand up to real-world
Their AIDS mythologies are based on
disinformation, so instead of engaging in intelligent debate based
on the available evidence, they simply attack any person who
questions the tenants of their AIDS-pharma cult.
What the drug companies don't want you to know about AIDS
The drug companies don't want you to know the truth about AIDS... or
cancer, or diabetes or heart disease.
There's a simple truth that,
if widely acknowledged, would absolutely devastate the
pharmaceutical industry with all its heavily-promoted vaccines and
When the co-discoverer of the AIDS virus says, on camera, that
essentially AIDS can be cured with nutrition, he is speaking a
disallowed truth that the drug companies (and their minions) cannot
If people knew that AIDS could be halted - or even
reversed - with nutrients such as
antioxidants, they might not put
so much faith in the billions of dollars worth of vaccines being
pushed all around the world by not only Big Pharma, but even Bill
and Melinda Gates, too (who have funneled hundreds of millions of
dollars into the pockets of the drug companies to inject more
children with vaccines).
This is why Brent Leung's film
House of Numbers
is simultaneously so courageous and so relevant to modern health
care. It's the first film to stand up and declare, "The AIDS Emperor
wears no clothes!"
This film, in fact, presents stunning evidence
that, in many ways, exposes Big Pharma's AIDS vaccine scam. No
wonder Leung is being so viciously attacked by the AIDS industry.
Hundreds of thousands of jobs in the sick-care industry depend on
more people being diagnosed with AIDS and treated with
More un-cut footage coming your way
The AIDS industry's attacks against Brent Leung aren't over yet.
Under pressure from proponents of the conventional AIDS industry,
two more scientists interviewed for the film have now claimed their
words were also taken out of context.
Through an exclusive arrangement with Brent Leung, NaturalNews plans
to air full, un-cut footage of the interviews with these scientists,
proving beyond any question that their words were in no way
distorted by Leung.
Watch for those exclusive clips in the days
Why you can't argue with members of the "AIDS vaccine cult"
Meanwhile, I thought about calling some of the accusers over at the
"AIDS truth" website, but they have a statement on their website
that already says everything you need to know:
"We will not engage in any public or private debate with AIDS
denialists or respond to requests from journalists who overtly
support AIDS denialist causes."
Got all that? In other words, unless you agree with them, they won't
talk to you!
Fascinating bit of intellectual protectionism, isn't it?
precisely how the entire conventional AIDS industry works, by the
way: You're either "on board" with their current AIDS vaccine
mythology, or you're ostracized and shunned by the whole crowd. With
such a polarizing philosophy in place, it's obviously impossible to
talk to these people on any intelligent level.
No facts, no
evidence, no science will even be considered by them unless it
"pre-agrees" with their foredrawn conclusions.
This is why the AIDS industry offers no solutions for AIDS - and it
never will. The "search for a cure for AIDS" is about as hopeless
(and fraudulent) as the search for a cure for cancer. No industry
that depends on the continuation of disease will ever produce a cure
for that disease. It would put too many people out of a job and cost
billions in lost profits.
To keep the profits flowing, the AIDS industry has to keep the
propaganda pumping, too, and that requires attacking anyone who
dares to stand up and speak the truth about AIDS, HIV and vaccines.
The situation is actually worse than that: Leung merely stood up and
asked some questions about AIDS and HIV.
He didn't shove his own
conclusions down our throats. He didn't create a distorted,
one-sided documentary. In fact, Leung goes out of his way to present
views from scientists who disagree on many points.
Leung has gone to great lengths to keep his own opinion out of the
It is a sad day in our modern world when a young filmmaker who
simply dares to ask some sensible questions is vilified by a
multi-billion-dollar industry that depends on sickness and disease
to stay in business. Rather than being attacked, truth-seekers like
Leung should be celebrated for their courage and tenacity.
more people like Leung in the world, asking more questions about
more diseases (and the fraudulent industries behind them).
Of course, I know all too well what it's like to be in Leung's
shoes. As someone who has spent the last several years asking
similar questions in print, I know that in our modern world, there
is no reward for telling the truth. There is little tolerance in our
profit-driven system of corporate greed for people who ask
legitimate journalistic questions. The very act of asking questions
is, in and of itself, now considered practically traitorous.
mainstream media isn't asking the tough questions anymore... it
has already surrendered its soul to Big Business.
There's no room
for independent thinkers in our global corporate propaganda machine,
and those who attempt to ask reasonable questions will always be
condemned for stepping out of line and daring to challenge the
Those whose incomes depend on the status quo will always disparage
independent thinkers who question it.