Quintin Jonck is a normal guy who was diagnosed as HIV-positive 23 years ago.

But here’s the thing.

The doctors told him that he had two to four years left to live.

Over two decades later, he is married with children, is healthy and lives a normal life, and stopped taking antiretrovirals (ARVs) in 2023. In fact, he’s so healthy that he joined me for the following conversation after going for a surf.

HIV is neither necessary nor sufficient to cause AIDS.

Luc Montagnier, Nobel Prize for discovering HIV

Massive study

People who think HIV is a very infectious (and deadly) ‘virus’ probably don’t know about Nancy Padian’s massive 1996 study.

She tracked 176 different couples over 10 years.

In each couple, one person had HIV and the other did not. They often slept together and had sex without protection. In all these years, the study found no cases of HIV passing from the HIV-positive partner to the HIV-negative partner.

Some takeaways from the study:

  • ‘Over time, the authors observed increased condom use (p <0.001) and no new infections.’
  • ‘We observed no seroconversions after entry into the study.’
  • ‘In general, we estimate that infectivity for male-to-female transmission is low, approximately 0.0009 per contact, and that infectivity for female-to-male transmission is even lower.’
  • ‘No transmission occurred among the 25 percent of couples who did not use condoms consistently at their last follow-up nor among the 47 couples who intermittently practiced unsafe sex during the entire duration of follow-up.’

In other words, the Padian study suggests that transmitting HIV through sex is nearly impossible.

None of the couples in the study had a partner who ‘got HIV’.

Seroconversion means testing positive for HIV because of the presence of antibodies, meaning that you’re ‘protected against a virus’ or disease.

But with HIV, if you have antibodies, they will tell you that you’re infected.

Yes, really.

Psychological factors are critical in supporting immune function. If you suppress this psychological support by telling someone he’s condemned to die, your words alone will have condemned him.

Luc Montagnier

And they use indirect methods to reach conclusions because they can’t see HIV.

Also, antibody tests for HIV are inaccurate and other variables influence the results, ending up in false positives.

A list of things that lead to HIV false positives
False positives mean you have HIV

Anthony Fauci’s involvement

Anthony Fauci was a leading actor at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) during the 1980s.

He advocated the use of AZT (azidothymidine) as a primary treatment for HIV/AIDS.

And it harmed – as well as killed – a lot of people.

AZT, a chemotherapy and the only drug approved for treating HIV/AIDS at the time, was highly toxic.

It still is.

Fauci’s leadership caused widespread mistrust in government health agencies like the CDC, FDA, and NIH, as people began asking questions. Things were further complicated by the high cost of AZT, which was great for the pharmaceutical industry, revealing obvious conflicts of interest in the healthcare system.

Quintin’s story

Quintin contacted me during the Covid™ era and told me his story from how he went from fearing that he was going to die to realising that it’s all a scam.

He decided to stop all HIV treatment in 2023, after consulting with a number of medical and non-medical individuals.

And he committed the cardinal sin of the establishment: he did his own research.

Don't do your own research, says the media

Doing your own research is like eating from the Tree Of Knowledge.

By thinking critically, you run the risk of, well, you know, thinking critically.

And when you think critically, you become an enemy of The Cathedral. Being an enemy of The Cathedral means you become an apostate. Being an apostate means you have sinned against The Clergy and are cast out for the heathen that you are.

Here’s my conversation with Quintin.

People always think of drugs and vaccines because there is no profit in nutrition.

Luc Montagnier

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