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How To Respect Holocaust Victims According To The Left: Tell Them To Shut Up

“Unless all of us resist, never again is now.”   Vera Sharav   Nuremberg, August 20, 2022

Last week, a guest refused to come on my program because she was offended that I have been highlighting a recent speech by Vera Sharav, warning the world that the attack on civil liberties, the persecution of certain groups, and the inability of citizens to refuse experimental drugs were warning signs in the atrocity of the Holocaust.

The speech was given at Nuremberg to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Code.  Vera Sharav is a survivor of the Holocaust.

She was particularly offended that comparisons were made between the early stages of the Holocaust and what was done to people around the world in response to a 99.86% non-lethal virus.

This is yet another painful example of how far we’ve fallen into ignorance, snap judgments, and twisted moral compasses.

Vera Sharav addresses this bizarre form of “virtue signaling” in her speech:

“Those who declare that Holocaust analogies are ‘off limits’—are betraying the victims of the Holocaust by denying the relevance of the Holocaust.”

Here are other key quotes from her speech:

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“The stage was set by fear-mongering & hate-mongering propaganda.”

“If we are to avert another Holocaust, we must identify ominous current parallels before they poison the fabric of society.”

That anyone would shun this message of humanity and respect for human life, especially coming from Sharav, further illustrates how urgent her message actually is.

Please watch the video or read the transcript and decide for yourself. Both are posted below:

Vera Sharav “Unless All of Us Resist, Never Again is Now” – Full Speech (video+transcript) – Nuremberg, August 20, 2022

More The moral significance of the Nuremberg Code — the most authoritative, internationally recognized document in the history of medical ethics — cannot be overstated, said Vera Sharav, Holocaust survivor and founder of the Alliance for Human Research Protection. On August 20, a compelling line-up of international speakers traveled to Nuremberg to commemorate the 75th … Continue reading

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