Address on the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Code
On August 20, 1947, the judges an the American military tribunal known as the “Doctor’s Trial” handed down their verdict. On trial were 23 leading German doctors, who were being tried over their participation in war crimes and crimes against humanity. 16 of the doctors were found guilty, for having carried out torturous medical experiments on prisoners; seven were later executed for their crimes.
But several of the doctors had argued, in their defense, that the experiments carried out in the camps were not materially different from those conducted by American doctors, and nor was there any legal differentiation between legal and illegal experiments. This bothered two American doctors who were working with the prosecution, so they drew up a code outlining ethical practice when conducting medical experiments.
That code became the Nuremberg Code, containing ten articles asserting the need for informed consent, voluntary participation in trials, and the right to withdraw.
Vera Sharav addresses the crowd at the Nuremberg Code 75 Anniversary event.
On Saturday, August 20, hundreds of people gathered in Nuremberg, Germany, to mark the 75th anniversary of the creation of the Nuremberg Code, among them, Vera Sharav, Holocaust survivor, human rights advocate, and an Isaiah 62 Declaration signatory.
The Isaiah 62 Declaration founders were invited to compose an address to the crowd. Unfortunately, in the end, time for the event was cut short and the address was not read. Had it been, this is what the crowd would have heard:
Greetings from Jerusalem!
As I write this message to you, I am sitting less than two kilometers from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and from Temple Mount, on which the Al Aqsa Mosque sits: three locations that hold deep spiritual significance for billions of people worldwide.
Jerusalem is commonly thought of as a place of conflict, but in fact it is the opposite. We fight, because we are all hold it so dear. We all hold it dear, because we are united in all being children of Abraham.
Families often fight among themselves as each member strives to be heard. But when a threat rises, strong families stick together to face down the threat with a unified front. It is that familial unity we need to draw upon now.
Make no mistake, the threat that emerged in 2020 with the onset of Covid measures which locked us down and forced compliance has not gone away. The people who exploited that crisis are not done yet. They will not be done until they have full control of us and our lives. No more will we be able to make our voices heard, as our individual sovereignty is done away with in the name of 'the greater good'.
That is why we must now put our individual differences aside and stand together.
"Thus saith Cyrus, King of Persia: The Lord God of Heaven hath given me all the kingdoms of the earth, and he hath charged me to build him a house at Jerusalem." — Ezra 1:1
Let that house in Jeruslem be a home for all the children of Abraham — each and every one of us who recognise the sovereignty of each individual, and the need for every voice to be heard. Let the voice in the wilderness once again cry out: the kingdom of Heaven is at hand.
Brothers, sisters, let us stand together as a family. Together, we can defeat this threat and once again be free.
We hope that these words can nonetheless be heard around the world.
If you would like to watch Vera Sharav’s full speech, it can be found here.
You can also find video footage of the full event by clicking here.
The Isaiah 62 Declaration states, in part: “We are further committed to upholding the principles of the Nuremberg Code, drawn up in 1947 following the Nuremberg Trials of German doctors who had conducted inhumane experiments on the inmates of concentration camps. The Nuremberg Code established the principle of informed consent for all medical experiments, and thus quite clearly outlaws the compulsory wearing of medical devices such as face masks, and intrusive tests that constitute a bodily assault, as well as coerced vaccination in the form of vaccine passports and mandates. These are all experiments. None of them had been demonstrated as ‘safe and effective’ before they were imposed on the public on the grounds of an ‘emergency’. Furthermore, in 2005 the United Nations (UNESCO) Declaration on Bio-Ethics and Human Rights extended the principle of informed consent to all medical treatments, not just experimental ones.”
If you would like to read the full text, or to sign the Declaration, visit isaiah62declaration.com