April 7, 2020 – Avoidthemark.com
12:21 pm CST
If you’re not familiar with the Nuremberg Code of 1947, it’s by far one of the world’s most influential documents ever created in the history of clinical and medical research.
The Nuremberg Code was crafted over 70 years ago, following many nefarious medical experiments during World War II.
The document established, on an international scale, the ten ethical principles for protecting human subjects from unsafe medical experiments in the future.
Details of the Nuremberg Code
The aim of the Nuremberg Code was to protect all people from enduring the exploitation and cruelty that World War II prisoners were forced to endure in the concentration camps.
The Code’s ten elements are:
- Voluntary consent is essential.
- The results of any experiment must be for the greater good of society.
- Human experiments should be based on previous animal experimentation.
- Experiments should be conducted by avoiding physical/mental suffering and injury.
- No experiments should be conducted if it is believed to cause death/disability.
- The risks should never exceed the benefits.
- Adequate facilities should be used to protect subjects.
- Experiments should be conducted only by qualified scientists.
- Subjects should be able to end their participation at any time.
- The scientist in charge must be prepared to terminate the experiment when injury, disability, or death is likely to occur.
Nuremberg Code Significance
The Nuremberg Code is one of many documents that laid the foundation and principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
GCP is an attitude of research excellence that provides the standards for conduct, analysis, implementation and study design.
It’s much more than a single document. In fact, it’s a full compilation of a wide array of ideas, thoughts and lessons that have been learned throughout the history of worldwide clinical research.
Although there have been several updated guidance practices to the GCP that help reflect new technologies and trends, such as electronic signatures, the principles remain the same to this day.
The over-arching goal has always been, and should always be, to keep the safety and security of all human subjects protected.
UK Coronavirus Bill (HC Bill 122) destroys the Nuremberg Code
On March 19, 2020, the UK Parliament introduced HC Bill 122, otherwise known as the Coronavirus Bill.
The Bill was fast-tracked and received the Royal Assent (the final stage in the process) on March 25, 2020; thus making it law.
Many details of the new UK law are in direct violation of the Nuremberg Code in a number of highly disturbing ways.
Details of the law reach as such:
- Forced detention and isolation can be of anyone, including children, and for any amount of time.
- Authorities can FORCEABLY take biological samples from your body. Your body becomes the property of the state.
- There’s no clear access to legal rights from as-yet unidentified isolation facilities.
- Powers last up to 2 years, with reviews every 6 months.
- Lock down powers could prevent protests against measures.
- State surveillance safeguards weakened.
- Protections from forced detainment and treatment under Mental Health Act drastically lowered.
- Cremations can be enforced against personal and religious wishes.
- Changes to the court system and death registrations.
- No inquests into suspicious deaths. No requirement for any medical certification for burials or cremations.
- (The most frightening part) Only one medical “officer” is required to sign off COMPULSORY TREATMENT ORDER which means an individual can be forced to accept medication, or held down and injected with whatever is seen fit. This, in direct violation of Nuremberg Code number one.
As you can clearly see, HC Bill 122 completely disregards 1947’s Nuremberg Code in many significant ways.
Nuremberg Code #3: Human experiments should be based on previous animal experimentation
A key component to the Nuremberg Code is that all human medical experiments must be avoided until they are first tested on animals.
This required step has been disregarded by Bill and Melinda Gates-funded biotechnology company Moderna Therapeutics, the organization in charge of developing the highly controversial new coronavirus vaccine.
Moderna Therapeutics began testing on human subjects in Seattle several weeks ago, without first testing its safety in animal subjects.
Jonathan Kimmelman, director of McGill University’s biomedical ethics unit, wrote in an email, “Outbreaks and national emergencies often create pressure to suspend rights, standards and/or normal rules of ethical conduct. Often our decision to do so seems unwise in retrospect.”
The typical vaccine development process takes between 15 to 20 years, according to Mark Feinberg, CEO and President of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative.
The process requires that all scientists first administer the vaccine to animals in order to determine how effective and safe it is.
It’s only after passing through iterative tests in animals, while being adjusted throughout the testing process, that a final formulation can be tested in human trials.
Will you trust the safety and long-term impact of this new coronavirus vaccine that will no doubt be forced on every living human, even against your will (another violation of the Nuremberg Code)?
The Nuremberg Code is still in effect
Why is the coronavirus vaccine being fast-tracked, while ignoring the key principles of the Nuremberg Code?
What’s the real agenda, and why are we being lied to by worldwide governments and the mainstream media?