The EU chief has a plan to gut the Nuremberg code


The Nuremberg trials after WWII made horribly clear the sadistic "experiments" the Nazis had performed on people. What was left of the civilized world decided that there needed to be a medical code of conduct so that no nation could ever again act with such sadistic impunity. So, in 1947, the modern Nuremberg Code was born. The document prescribes core norms for human experimentation.

Into this environment steps Ursula von der Leyen, the head of the EU commission, who wants all of Europe to follow Austria's path with forced vaccinations, never mind that doing so would mean vaccinating unwilling people, violating the Nuremberg Code.

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