The Origin Of AIDS


The documentary declares the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) appeared in 1959 during a vaccination’s policy in Congo at Léopoldville, which is the previous old capital city of Belgian Congo. Today, it is Kinshasa. Since the 30’s, the poliomyelitis kills above all children, many american people have received the vaccine against this viral disease which can provoke a paralysis of the whole body. Famous scientists like Jonas Salk, Albert Sabin and Hilary Koprowski needed a more significant volume of population to make tests. It was the race for the fight against the poliomyelitis. Hilary Koprowski decided to come to Africa. His experimental vaccine was manufactured with monkey organs  Then, it was infected because of the use of chimpanzee’s cells which were not reliable. It created a new virus which became responsible for the AIDS.

Moreover, the scientist Nobel prize, Luc Montagnier, thinks it is possible to fight against the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and to get rid of it (reducing the epidemic) by measures which could naturally reinforce the immune system like food and nutrition advice, education about hygiene, proper antioxidants, wrestle with the infections.

Finally, according to Etienne De Harven, Harvard microbiologist Dr., the HIV would not come from the sexual relations. According to Robert Root-Bernstein, professor of physiology at the Michigan State University, and the Japanese doctor, Y. Shiokawa, the main factors responsible for the infection of the HIV would be in actual fact the malnutrition, the use of drugs and multiple concomitant diseases.

Définition du Sida
What is HIV?

Le paradoxe des prostituées
Biography of Jonas Salk
Biography of Albert Sabin
Biography of Hilary Koprowski

One thought on “The Origin Of AIDS

  1. I enjoy your great material! Handy insight about this subject.
    Thanks a lot for sharing with us.

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