Subject: Violation of the Nuremberg Code in relation to the experimental administration of vaccines against Sars-Cov-2 or Covid-19
European Consumers is an association committed to defending citizens who choose to exercise their democratic rights and not to receive experimental medical treatment with the so called “vaccines” against the Corona virus Covid 19 or Sars-Cov-2.
In this regard, it should be noted that these are experimental vaccines, approved already in the clinical phase, on the basis of emergency procedures and for “compassionate” use starting from September 2020, on health professionals and law enforcement, even in the absence of publications on limited preclinical tests in vitro and on animals1.
Moreover, these are innovative medical technologies using synthetic m-RNA inserts and which have not gone through all the necessary steps, have not obtained final approval from any control body and whose medium and long-term effects have not been tested. In fact, the adverse effects of these medicines are unknown.
The Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine meant to prevent Coronavirus-19 or COVID-19 disease in people over the age of 18, for example, contains a chimpanzee adenovirus unable to replicate and modified to convey the genetic information necessary to produce the Spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus; therefore, it contains genetically modified organisms (GMOs), as also stated in the leaflet issued by AIFA on 02-02-21. There is also a risk of the presence of fetal human DNA as a processing residue in the production of of the vaccine, grown on genetically modified human renal embryonic cells (HEK)293 by recombinant DNA technology.
In addition, the Italian law n. 413/1993 provides in art. 1 the Right to conscientious objection:
“1. Citizens who, out of obedience to conscience, in exercising the right to the freedoms of thought, conscience and religion recognized by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and fundamental freedoms and the International Covenant relating to Civil and Political Rights, oppose violence against all living beings, can declare their conscientious objection to any act connected with animal experimentation.”
Therefore, these vaccination products, because they have been tested on animals, cannot be imposed on the population indiscriminately with a vaccine passport that would harm their social life and the rights enshrined in international conventions and can be rejected by those who love the environment also due their GMO character.
The possible presence of human DNA in vaccines can lead, in the medium and long term, to the development of autoimmune diseases.
Genetic engineering is usually referred to as “(…) the alteration of the genetic or hereditary material of an organism in order to eliminate undesirable characteristics or to produce new desirable ones”.2 These techniques have been used in foods of all kinds but also with the aim of curing diseases correlated to genetic mutations, precisely such as cystic fibrosis, diabetes and other disabling diseases. They are, therefore, technologies that can improve the lives of many sick people1.
However, the advantages of synthetic genetics are not without risks. For example, applied to a plant species used in feeding, genetic engineering may lead to allergic reactions of various unforeseen severity and not found in the original form of that food, and even cause toxic effects in the recipient organism.
In addition, these techniques can induce antibiotic resistance when “selectable marker genes” are used, i.e. they serve to identify cells that have absorbed foreign genes and remain functioning in genetically modified organisms.
The resistance developed in those who take foods containing these markers could also have lethal effects because the mutation process cannot be reversed. A scenario that becomes even more worrying in the face of experiments carried out on infectious pathogens: experiments on these pathogens can provoke not only antibiotic resistance, but also the creation of variants that are much more infectious than the original form of viruses and bacteria and capable of causing epidemics worldwide2.
The high rate of health problems found in tried and tested animals, for example with human genes, prompted the National Academy of Sciences in 2002 to publish a report calling for a legal ban on human cloning. Also because the Nuremberg Code states that it does not allow human experimentation when the risks are substantial and for this type of experimentation the risks are more than substantial. The discoveries induced by human ( and non-human) cloning, the ability to modify human characteristics are unpredictable3,4,5,6.
The Nuremberg Code of Ethics is a code of medical ethics whose claims were generated after the criminal conduct of Nazi doctors and medical experiments carried out during World War II and denounced by the Nuremberg Tribunal.
The first principle of the Nuremberg Code requires the voluntary and informed consent of the persons receiving treatment and participating in a clinical trial. Persons undergoing a clinical trial must also be able to exercise their freedom of choice without external factors constricting, deceiving, threatening, instigating, or other types of coercion and narrowing of individual freedoms.
Nevertheless, the vaccination campaign has been disseminated by every possible means and without making it sufficiently clear that it is a genetic medical trial or that the consent must be acquired in the light of the Nuremberg Code.
The Code also provides that the patient is made aware of the existence of alternative cures, of which the medical processes, advantages and disadvantages, benefits and risks of all treatments must be described so that the person is able to make a conscious decision and in the absence of pressures of any kind. Yet, in the vaccination campaign, the existence of treatments alternative to the vaccine – also used in numerous hospitals – has been completely ignored, while no investigations have been carried out into the side effects – albeit documented – of vaccinations and concerning paresis and disabilities. In addition, there are no official reports regarding the number of people who have died or been harmed by the experimental vaccine.
European governments’ agreements with pharmaceutical companies have not only not been disclosed but, following a request for access to the records from an association, the EU Commission has refused to disclose documents relating to vaccine negotiations as well as the names of the members of the Joint Negotiation Team, a group of seven experts appointed by the Member States7.
Phase 3 requires tens of thousands of people to be inoculated with the vaccine in order to verify its effectiveness and safety8.
Immediate side effects may consist of mild reactions (e.g. local pain at the inoculum site, etc.), but also of high severity, consisting of thromboembolic episodes resulting from the interaction of spike protein with the ACE2 enzyme receptor; in later stages, the production of antibodies against vaccination antigens can also lead to autoimmune reactions9 due to the well-known phenomenon of molecular mimicry. It may also happen that antibodies worsen a subsequent infection, a mechanism known as “Antibody-Dependent Enhancement (ADE).
The vaccine platforms currently being tested are supported through the financial efforts of the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), a global partnership among public, private, philanthropic and civil organizations. One of the challenges that each of these techniques applied to vaccines faces is, precisely, the need to ensure that these vaccines be safe. One of the biggest concerns for science regards, precisely, the enhanced disease syndrome noted since the 1960s following the administration of the first inactivated vaccines against RSV and measles10.
The disease takes enhanced forms when mediated by the vaccine when the vaccinated subject is subsequently infected with the natural virus. A research on the safety of covid vaccines in experimentation, developed by a scientific team including the figure of the same scientist who collaborated in the latest attempt to create a chimeric virus that is harmful to humans, states:
“Therefore, to examine the emergence potential (that is, the potential to infect humans) of circulating bat CoVs, we built a chimeric virus encoding a novel, zoonotic CoV spike protein—from the RsSHC014-CoV sequence that was isolated from Chinese horseshoe bats1—in the context of the SARS-CoV mouse-adapted backbone. The hybrid virus allowed us to evaluate the ability of the novel spike protein to cause disease independently of other necessary adaptive mutations in its natural backbone”10.
It is stated that, in the case of the inactivated RSV vaccine, the vaccine did not prevent infection and 80% of the infected had to seek hospitalization while two children died. The scientists warn that: ‘Since the disease consistent with the disease enhanced by the RSV vaccine (and perhaps ADE) has been demonstrated for some candidates for the SARS-CoV-1 vaccine in animal models, there is also concern that a similar syndrome may occur in humans immunized with the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. This is why CEPI and Brighton Collaboration Safety Platform for Emergency Vaccines (Speac) convened a scientific working meeting on 12th and 13th March 2020 during which experts in the field of vaccine immunology and coronaviruses met to discuss current knowledge that could form the basis for the assessment of the risk of enhanced disease during the development of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. The report prepared presents considerations for vaccine developers, it is a useful guide to avoid safety problems for those who undergo experimentation. The disadvantages of mRNA and DNA vaccines resulting from the new nature of these vaccines are recognized11.
Modern vaccines, already tested on animals, enhance coronavirus disease and it is thought that this can also happen in people. In practice, those who have already been vaccinated, once exposed again to the natural virus, have a relapse and this time the virus increases its aggressiveness (both in young people and the elderly). This phenomenon is known as “disease enhancement”. Dr Baric pointed out that there is a large reservoir of SARS and MERS-like CoVs ready for emergence among humans. It would be important to understand where they are, who owns them, for what purpose, where they were produced, by whom and why.
The same article mentioned above also states that vaccines have the ability to create a highly precise type of protein capable of eliciting correct antibodies BUT have the disadvantage of never having been tested in humans for mass production as well as all the disadvantages related to the new forms of mRNA and DNA vaccine.
In addition, the expert group considers that demonstrating an enhancement in the disease with any candidate vaccine after viral provocation in animal models should not necessarily be a prohibition signal to decide whether to move on to initial trials in the clinical development of a COVID-19 vaccine12. It is therefore established that the disease “is enhanced”, that is, becomes more aggressive, as a result of vaccination, or that viruses can “cross-react” to each other.
Therefore, in the light of the above, we ask
- May the testing of Corona Virus vaccines cease immediately
- To let governments stop any legislative and administrative procedure that violates the principles of the Nuremberg Code
- That you give up the imposition of a vaccine ‘green card’ to travel or move physically
- To desist and prevent the transmission of private health data
Notes and reference
1 Loretta Bolgan, ‘Covid-19, the vaccine’, 22.05.2020. https://drive.google.com/file/d/12cbAT_3x_RIV87Jwqz-sw8cm7E0OnmJA/view
2 Satyajit Patra, American International Medical University, ‘Human Social, and Environmental Im-pacts of Human Genetic Engineering’, Journal of biomedical Science, J Biomedical Sci. 2015, 4: 2. Two: 10.4172 /2254-609X.100014. https://www.jbiomeds.com/biomedical-sciences/human-so-cial-and-environmental-impacts-of-human-genetic-engineering.php?aid=7264
3 Ethical questions also arise here as human genes are used in non-human organisms to create new forms of life: how many genes do you need and how much to define a living being as human? Does eating a vegetable containing human genes correspond to cannibalism?. Laboratory mice have been modified to produce human sperm. In: Satyajit Patra, American Interna-tional Medical University, ‘Human Social, and Environmental Impacts of Human Genetic Engineer-ing’, Journal of biomedical Science, J Biomedical Sci. 2015, 4: 2. Two: 10.4172 / 2254-609X.100014 https://www.jbiomeds.com/biomedical-sciences/human-social-and-environmental-impacts-of-hu-man-genetic-engineering.php?aid=7264
4 Tabitha M. Powledge, ‘Will they throw the bath water out with the baby? The US Congress is still debating wether to outlaw cloning humans’, 15 March 2002, EMBO Rep. 2002 Mar 15; 3(3): 209–211. Two: 10.1093/embo-reports/kvf062
5 There is a distinction between human reproductive and therapeutic cloning
6 Satyajit Patra, American International Medical University, ‘Human Social, and Environmental Im-pacts of Human Genetic Engineering’, Journal of biomedical Science, J Biomedical Sci. 2015, 4: 2. Two: 10.4172 /2254-609X.100014. https://www.jbiomeds.com/biomedical-sciences/human-so-cial-and-environmental-impacts-of-human-genetic-engineering.php?aid=7264
8 Il Mediatore europeo apre inchiesta sui contratti Ue per i vaccini. https://europa.today.it/attualita/mediatore-europeo-inchiesta-vaccini.html
9 Alex Berezow, American Council on Science and Health, ‘Covid vaccine side effects are real. Here’s what you should know’, 18 September 20202. https://geneticliteracypro-ject.org/2020/09/18/covid-vaccine-side-effects-real-heres-what-you-should-know/
10 Paul-Henri Lambert, Donna M. Ambrosino, Download the executives list, Ralph S. Baric, Steven B. Black, Robert T. Chen, Cornelia L. Dekker, Arnaud M. Didierlaurent, Barney S. Graham, Samantha D. Martin, Deborah C. Molrine, Stanley Perlman, Philip A. Picard-Fraser , Andrew J. Pollard, Chuan Qin, Kanta SubbaraoAnd Jakob P. Cramer , ‘Consensus summary report for CEPI / BC March 12-13, 2020 meeting: Assessment of risk of disease enhancement with COVID-19 vaccines’, 25 May 2020, Two: 10.1016 / j.vaccine.2020.05.064. In: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti-cles/PMC7247514/
11 Accelerated Assessment of the Risk of Disease Enhancement with COVID-19 Vaccines https://brightoncollaboration.us/brighton-collaboration-cepi-covid-19-web-conference/
12 Paul-Henri Lambert, Donna M. Ambrosino, Download the executives list, Ralph S. Baric, Steven B. Black, Robert T. Chen, Cornelia L. Dekker, Arnaud M. Didierlaurent, Barney S. Graham, Samantha D. Martin, Deborah C. Molrine, Stanley Perlman, Philip A. Picard-Fraser , Andrew J. Pollard, Chuan Qin, Kanta SubbaraoAnd Jakob P. Cramer , ‘Consensus summary report for CEPI / BC March 12-13, 2020 meeting: Assessment of risk of disease enhancement with COVID-19 vaccines’, 25 May 2020, Two: 10.1016 / j.vaccine.2020.05.064. In: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti-cles/PMC7247514/
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