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November 26, 2021

The Nuremberg trials, conducted in 1945 and 1946 by the first international war crimes tribunal in world history, held prominent Nazis accountable for the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity, including medical experimentation conducted on human beings against their will.

The need to establish rules governing such experimentation gave rise to the Nuremberg Code, which sets out ten such rules. It is a landmark in medical ethics.

Such medical ethics regarding experimentation are also addressed under articles of the 1949 Geneva Convention.

As reported on 21 October by, among others, World Newsdesk, legal proceedings are being brought, by a team of more than 1,000 lawyers and 10,000 medical personnel, against the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and the Davos Group, claiming those entities have committed crimes against humanity.

The team is led by Dr. Reiner Fuellmich. The lawsuit charges numerous violations of the Nuremberg Code and the Geneva Convention with regard to the development and administration of the COVID-19 vaccines.

World Newsdesk catalogs most of the many violations alleged. Some of the highlights include the following:

  • Fuellmich's team alleges that the PCR test used to detect COVID-19 infections is known to be flawed and inaccurate, and therefore its use constitutes fraud. See "COVID GOLD TEST PROVES TO BE 'WORTHLESS'" (29 Sep 2020) and "PCR TESTS ACCURATE? THINK FOR YOURSELF" (3 Aug 2021)

  • The lawsuit further alleges that citing the flawed test to attribute to COVID-19 deaths actually resulting from co-morbidities is similarly fraudulent.

  • By virtue of a vaccine being "experimental," its use violates not only Articles 32 and 147 of the 1949 Geneva Convention but all 10 points of the Nuremberg Code. For example, claims that a vaccine provides immunity are untrue, because fully vaccinated persons can still be infected; see "'BREAKTHROUGH': NEW TERM FOR VACCINE FAILURE" (13 Apr 2021).

  • Vaccine mandates, because they use blockades, coercion and threats, including, among other things, loss of livelihood or banning from participation in society to force compliance—see, for example, "NO JAB, NO JOB. VACCINE MANDATES 'WORKING'" (5 Oct 2021)—are in clear violation of the Nuremberg Code's rule number 1, that no person should be forced to take part in a medical experiment without informed consent; see "COVID-19 VACCINES ARE A GLOBAL SCIENCE EXPERIMENT" (25 May 2021).

TRENDPOST: The very premise of bringing such a lawsuit has been characterized, by both promoters and critics, as "Nuremberg 2.0." Pushback against it has been extensive, and generally falls into the following categories:

  • Simplistically and derogatorily, the mainstream characterizes the lawsuit as a "far-right conspiracy theory." Critics point out that the notion of putting global elites on trial in a "second Nuremberg" was already a hot topic among "far-right extremists" (many of whom believe that COVID-19 was planned and deliberately foisted upon the world, and that it and the vaccines constitute a cynical and deadly form of population control) long before this lawsuit.

  • Painting Fuellmich as a charismatic figure and his supporters, many of whom see him as a hero and savior, as cult-like; his support group of 1,700 was removed from Facebook for violating FB policies regarding COVID-19 and vaccination "misinformation."

Fuellmich was previously known for his involvement in corporate fraud cases against Volkswagen ("Dieselgate") and Deutsche Bank. But he's since become known as a leader in the global anti-lockdown movement (also characterized as populated by "conspiracy theorists"); among other class-action lawsuits he's attempting is one against Christian Drosten, the virologist and so-called "Corona explainer-in-chief" who is Germany's version of Dr. Anthony Fauci.

  • Labeling the claims made by Fuellmich's group, such as the challenges to the legitimacy of the PCR tests, as "viral misinformation" often based on "myths." Even the notion that the Nuremberg Code can be applied to COVID-19 has been called "fundamentally flawed."

  • Claiming that Fuellmich is in it for the money, or to further his political ambitions (he is a "fringe" candidate for chancellor of Germany).

TREND FORECAST: Mere discussion of this lawsuit serves to illustrate that challenges to the official COVID narrative (and especially the "Vaccines for everybody, forever" model) are gaining traction and momentum worldwide.

Trends Journal maintains its forecast for the rise of anti-establishment, anti-vax political movements, and repeats and continues its forecast that the more and the stricter COVID rules are imposed, the more they will be challenged, and the more aggressive the confrontations will become.


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