On the heels of Austria and Germany, limiting the rights of the unvaccinated, the EU leader is calling for the abandonment of the Nuremberg Code in favor of compulsory vaccination of all dissent.
Ursula Van Der Layen, head of the European Union’s (EU) Commission, told the press that she would like the long-standing Nuremberg Code to be completely ignored in favor of allowing countries to force vaccinations for anyone who refuses to take vaccines.
Her troubling comments came just days after Germany followed Austria’s lead by sanctioning authoritarian isolation only for the unvaccinated.
Von der Layen not only fully supported the isolation, but said it was “understandable and appropriate” for EU countries to discuss mandatory COVID vaccinations due to a new variant of Omicron that was discovered in 12 EU countries.
Ursula von der Leyen said vaccines will be critical in the fight against the “highly contagious” new variant. “
Forcing people to use this experimental and potentially dangerous vaccine against their will would be in direct violation of the Code of Nuremberg, which was passed in 1947 right after the horrific medical experiments and human rights atrocities committed by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
The laws explicitly state that “the voluntary consent of a person is absolutely essential”, which means that a person can “exercise the free right of choice, without the intervention of any element of force, fraud, deception, coercion, abuse or luring, other latent forms of coercion.” – for example, deprivation of your right to work if you are not vaccinated.
The main reason for creating the code was the nauseating Nazis performing medical experiments on objects without their consent. These procedures, usually performed under the direction of high-ranking officials such as Dr. Josef Mengele, were some of the worst and most abnormal procedures ever documented. Since then, full and proactive ongoing consent to any medical procedure is required by law in Western countries that recognize the Nuremberg Laws.
The only way EU countries can avoid compulsory vaccinations against this mild virus, which is an extremely unethical and gruesome violation of human rights, is to repeal the Nuremberg laws or simply ignore them completely.
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