Michelle Leduc Catlin
Blog Bite - Pro Consent
I have been careful.
There is a lot of hype and a lot of theory flying around the coronacrisis, because censorship inevitably leads to speculation, and speculation activates the imagination.
I am now comfortable using the term "medical Apartheid" because vaccine segregation has made a 2-tiered society a reality.
But "holocaust" is a word one understandably shies away from -- until a group of Holocaust survivors uses it to describe our current situation.
In a letter sent to health agencies in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the European Union, survivors and descendants of survivors began their letter with this opening statement...
Ladies and Gentlemen,
We, the survivors of the atrocities committed against humanity during the Second World War, feel bound to follow our conscience and write this letter. It is obvious to us that another holocaust of greater magnitude is taking place before our eyes. The majority of the world’s populace do not yet realize what is happening, for magnitude of an organized crime such as this is beyond their scope of experience.
In the letter, they go on to quote the Nuremberg Code, created during the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial after WW2, to prevent horrific acts of medical experimentation from ever happening again.
If you think the comparison is hyperbole, consider this statement...
If 80 years ago it was the Jews who were demonized as spreaders of infectious diseases, today it is the unvaccinated who are being accused of spreading the virus.
The letter goes on to list the 22 known side effects of the EUA experimental injections...
Please read the letter. ☝️
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For more to the story, see Global Research's article outlining the 10 Principles of the Nuremberg Code HERE.
And in the words of PANDA's Nick Hudson...
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