Monday, December 29, 2008

Dr. Stefan Lanka Exposes The "Viral Fraud"

Stefan Lanka

Stefan Lanka Ph.D. studied Virology at the University of Koblenz, Germany.

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Dr. Stefan Lanka, virologist and molecular biologist, is internationally mostly known as an "AIDS dissident" (and maybe "gentechnology dissident") who has been questioning the very existence of "HIV" since 1994. In the past years, however, he stumbled over a breathtaking fact: Not even ONE of the (medically relevant) viruses has ever been isolated; there is no proof of their existence. Actually, Dr. Lanka has already stated three years ago, in the almost "legendary" Zenger´s interview: "So for a long time I studied virology, from the end to the beginning, from the beginning to the end, to be absolutely sure that there was no such thing as HIV. And it was easy for me to be sure about this because I realized that the whole group of viruses to which HIV is said to belong, the retroviruses -- as well as other viruses which are claimed to be very dangerous -- in fact do not exist at all." So he was thoroughly reading the literature on those "other viruses" again, and after he could still not find any paper which would provide the evidence, he encouraged people not to BELIEVE him but to ask the institutes and authorities themselves. This has actually taken place, mostly initiated by mothers. The responses were revealing. In September 2001 the German book "Impfen - Völkermord im dritten Jahrtausend?" (Vaccination - Genocide in the third millennium?) by Stefan Lanka and Karl Krafeld was published in which they state that there is still no proof of any (medically relevant) virus.


Greg said...

Excellent information!
Let´s keep supporting Stefan Lanka.
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Stefan Lanka is making such a unique job that the whole human race will thanks some day. There is no doubt that Stefan Lanka is a brave truth finder, there are no words to explain how much he is benefiting this world. It is everyone's responsibility help him as much as possible.


Anonymous said...

Thank you Stefan Lanka!