Vera Sharav Holocaust Survivor: America is at a Crossroads – Defy Authority or Become Like Nazi Germany
In this interview, Vera explains how eugenics came to Nazi Germany from the U.S., and is still around today. She discusses the dangers of vaccines, and answers the question: Who bears the responsibility if your child is injured? She urges parents need to rebel against mandated vaccines. She compares this rebellion to Martin Luther King Jr.’s rebellion for Blacks. She discusses how foster children from 1985 to 2005 were used for HIV research, and the topic of medical kidnapping.
She warns that America is at a crossroads, and that if people do not stop blindly obeying authority, that the U.S. will very soon be just like Nazi Germany was in WWII, as she sees the same things happening here in the U.S. now.
This is Part 2 of the interview with Vera Sharav by Stand for Health Freedom. See Part 1:Holocaust Survivor: I Saved my Own Life by being “Oppositional Defiant” – Americans are not Rebelling Against Things that are Wrong!
Stand for Health Freedom recently had the honor of sitting down with Holocaust survivor Vera Sharav and capturing her personal story on film. It’s a story that every individual needs to hear.
Ms. Sharav is the founder and president of the Alliance for Human Research Protection, a nonprofit public watchdog organization dedicated to upholding informed consent in medicine. A renowned champion of human rights and expert in biomedical research ethics, Ms. Sharav offers rare and valuable insights into the public health arena and state of emergency affecting each and every one of our lives. She also shines a light on the corruption plaguing our national vaccine program — and the decades-long targeting of Blacks, Hispanics and other minorities for unethical medical experiments.
Be sure to watch this chilling, two-part interview in which Ms. Sharav draws parallels between what happened in Nazi Germany and what’s happening in our society today — and why it’s more important than ever for us to rise up and take a stand!
You can learn more about Ms. Sharav and her pioneering work to protect children and human research subjects at ahrp.org.
Caption: A Conversation with Vera Sharav – Part Two
Caption: Part One – A Conversation with Vera Sharav