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Interview with Holocaust survivor Vera Sharav and Scott Schara, father of a victim of medical murder

Eugenics didn't end with WWII

Scott Schara’s daughter Grace had Down syndrome. The way that she was treated (or more accurately, mis-treated) in hospital has left Scott in no doubt that Grace was deliberately drugged to death, and that her so-called disability was the justification for this medical murder.

Vera Sharav survived internment in a Nazi concentration camp. Her deep study of the role that US-backed eugenics ideology and practises played in the Nazi atrocities alerted her to the fact that eugenics-motivated policies were being implemented from the very beginning of the manufactured COVID crisis.

As Vera explains, the Nazi ideology didn’t die when Germany lost WWII; prominent Nazi scientists and doctors were seeded throughout the institutions of post-war Europe and, crucially, the US.

This interview complements my conversation with David Hughes:

David Hughes interview-Part 1
Watch now (95 min) | Dr David A. Hughes is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Lincoln. In his recent paper, 'What is in the so-called COVID-19 "Vaccines"? Part 1: Evidence of a Global Crime Against Humanity', David presents the findings of 26 scientists and clinicians from across the globe, who have been investigating the contents of the COVID…
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You’ll be moved, shocked and angered by my conversation with Scott and Vera - but most importantly, I hope you’ll be inspired to take action, as Vera urges.

“Unless all of us resist, never again is now.”

— Vera Sharav

You can also view and share this video on Odysee.

Scott and Vera have collaborated to produce a short explainer video on eugenics, which you can watch at:

Grace’s website:

Vera’s websites:

Vera’s speech at the 75th anniversary of the Nuremburg trials

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Robyn Chuter