Vera Sharav: When a Holocaust Survivor Confirms the Parallels, We Need to Listen

IN FOCUS, 29 Aug 2022

Ann Tomoko Rosen | On Second Thought - TRANSCEND Media Service

I’m Not Done Talking about Vera Sharav

22 Aug 2022 – This is the New Eugenics. It is embraced by the most powerful global billionaire technocrats who gather at Davos: Big Tech, Big Pharma, the financial oligarchs, academics, government leaders & the military industrial complex. These megalomaniacs have paved the road to another Holocaust. This time, the threat of genocide is Global in scale.

This time instead of Zyklon B gas, the weapons of mass destruction are genetically engineered injectable bioweapons masquerading as vaccines. This time, there will be no rescuers. Unless All of Us Resist, Never Again is Now. –-Vera Sharav

Hopefully, you can still listen to her entire speech here or read the full transcript here or here. Sadly, links to her speech keep disappearing. Keeping up with the censors is a full time responsibility that many are juggling.


Click to Watch Sharav’s Nuremberg Address on YouTube


Why Doesn’t EVERYONE Know About Vera Sharav?

She has been doing this work for decades and has an extensive list of achievements. So why do relatively few people know who she is?

For those who don’t know, Sharav is the founder of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP), a national network of lay people and professionals who are committed to upholding the humanitarian values and ethical standards of medicine enshrined in the Hippocratic Oath, the Nuremberg Code and the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights.

AHRP’s stated mission is:

to ensure that the moral right of voluntary medical decision-making is upheld…

We endeavor to counter widely disseminated false claims that exaggerate the benefits of medical interventions, while minimizing risks.

You would think that a Holocaust survivor who has been fighting to keep BigPharma in check and uphold the Nuremberg Code would be embraced by people everywhere and celebrated by the media. But here in the upside down, that’s not the case. The closest I can find to a mainstream mention of Sharav is a Nature article from 2008.

Perhaps they can’t afford to hear her out. Mainstream media has been willing to kill plenty of its darlings, but, thankfully, a hit piece on a Holocaust survivor still doesn’t fly.

So the powers that be have resorted to more surreptitious means of undermining her efforts…

I had the privilege of interviewing Mrs. Sharav (as well as the brilliant, indomitable Celia Farber) while I was researching an article about cruel experiments on poor minority children who were used as human guinea pigs during Anthony Fauci’s search for AIDS drugs.

Both women had tried to bring attention to these crimes against humanity back in 2004 when they worked on the BBC documentary, Guinea Pig Kids.

Unsurprisingly, the film was pulled almost immediately.

The apology is a response to complaints by several prominent AIDS scientists that the video, Guinea Pig Kids, primarily aired the views of AIDS denialists..

From my article:

“Guinea Pig Kids” debuted on BBC on Nov. 30, 2004, but was abruptly taken off the air.

A complaint filed by powerful AIDS activists led the BBC to pull the documentary and expunge the investigation. And it was far worse behind the scenes.

Celia Farber said she and others were “relentlessly brutalized at every level” for being so-called “AIDs deniers.”

“They came after us professionally, economically, spiritually, socially,” Farber recalled. “Nobody wanted to be an AIDS denier. It elicited such immediate hatred. That term cast a really deep spell and people couldn’t hear past it. It instantly shut people down.”

Anyone not under the spell should recognize it by now. The spell makes you fear denialists and anti-vaxxers and misinformation (oh my!)… largely by taking the liberty of defining those things and deciding who the culprits are.

Consider how “AIDS denialist” Sharav became a critic of the medical establishment:

Her stance on biomedicine was sparked by a life-altering tragedy. In the 1980s, her teenage son was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder. Sharav and her husband pushed hard for access to clozapine, one of the first atypical antipsychotics then available. In 1994, after her son had been on clozapine (Clozaril, Fazaclo) for several years, he suddenly suffered a fatal reaction to the drug—a condition called neuroleptic malignant syndrome.

Grieving and feeling betrayed, Sharav battled with New York state’s mental health office, which, she says, denied that clozapine was the cause. “I tried to find the best treatment and I wound up bumping against the obscenity of the mental health system,” she says. “At that point, I became an outspoken critic of modern medicine; a watchdog. And to my surprise, I had no competition and I still have no competition.” (emphasis mine)

Isn’t it odd?

At a time when validation of “lived experience” is considered so important, it’s astonishing to me that Vera Sharav, a Holocaust survivor, could be ignored, dismissed, censored and even gaslighted for issuing warnings based on her observations over decades. (Although, this is surprising to no one who has witnessed the plight of the vaccine injured.) Frankly, she shouldn’t be forced to recount her horrific and painful experiences just to demonstrate her point. Her arguments and her work stand on their own merit. Regardless, she steps up again and again to tell us painful truths that we desperately need to hear.

We need her to. Because in “polite society” (the irony), not everyone is permitted to make observations about the Holocaust and what our collective “Never Again” promise means.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who now dedicates his life to keeping that promise in earnest, has been vilified for his attempts to point to the parallels that could threaten the future of our children and democracy. And mainstream media regularly adds fuel to the fire by perpetuating misunderstanding.

According to Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum:

“Exploiting of the tragedy of people who suffered, were humiliated, tortured and murdered by the totalitarian regime of Nazi Germany — including children like Anne Frank — in a debate about vaccines and limitations during global pandemic is a sad symptom of moral and intellectual decay.”

Despite being maligned and misunderstood, Kennedy apologized. Unlike pharmaceutical companies and regulators, he does what he can to limit the impact of an acute inflammatory reaction, however unintended.

But this has far more to do with being thoughtful than being wrong.

So then how do we get the message out? Yes, it’s painful and sensitive to talk about, but how do we prevent tragedy if we can’t talk about the warning signs? What if our refusal to identify parallels because they’re “offensive” is what enables fascism and crimes against humanity to proliferate under our noses?

Because that’s what Sharav says is happening.

The fact of the matter is that the Holocaust would not have occurred if people would have spoken up and would have rejected what was going on, it wasn’t just the military takeover, it was people’s apathy that was the cause of the Holocaust. And I’m trying to make sure that doesn’t happen again, because just saying “Never again” doesn’t mean very much if you’re silencing those who are trying to prevent it from happening… I’ll give you some examples of parallels, one of the main parallel is so extremely disturbing, and I used to say that it was the uniqueness of the Holocaust compared to other genocides was the total collaboration of the medical establishment. And what is happening now is being… Pretty much pushed and helped along by the complicit medical establishment.

It has become clear that Vera Sharav is one of a very few people who can call out the comparisons without being accused of exploiting a tragedy (so far anyway), which is why I imagine she must remain obscure.

Which is also why some of us (Meryl Nass, CHD and Stand for Health Freedom come to mind) keep talking about her. We need her.

She just might be our Jojo.



Ann Tomoko Rosen – Mother, writer, healer, lover of trees and elephants


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One Response to “Vera Sharav: When a Holocaust Survivor Confirms the Parallels, We Need to Listen”

  1. Marilyn Langlois says:

    Thank you for amplifying the critically important voices of Vera Sharav, Celia Farber and other courageous truth tellers who are defenders of children and humanity. The suppressed documentary Guinea Pig Kids needs to be shown far and wide, so that such cruelties can be halted.