The Victimisation of Kate Shemirani

Kate Has Her Say

I have been maligned in the press, by the BBC and even by the Mayor of London. The general thrust of the vague insinuations made against me was that I was encouraging hatred against NHS staff or even encouraging violence against them. As anyone who actually heard my speech will attest, the truth was the exact opposite. I called on doctors and nurses to learn from history so that they would not find themselves suffering as those tried at Nuremberg suffered. My appeal to those working in the NHS is to stand for truth, for their oath to first do no harm and for their duty to ensure informed consent before any treatment. This is a message, it seems, that I am not to be allowed to deliver. Should anyone be tempted to trust the BBC, or Sadiq Khan, I would simply ask them to listen to my speech and compare it to the reports in the mainstream media. I believe that fair minded individuals will conclude that the accusations made against me are plainly false.”

Anna De Buisseret explains the law

I have been maligned in the press, by the BBC and even by the Mayor of London. The general thrust of the vague insinuations made against me was that I was encouraging hatred against NHS staff or even encouraging violence against them. As anyone who actually heard my speech will attest, the truth was the exact opposite. I called on doctors and nurses to learn from history so that they would not find themselves suffering as those tried at Nuremberg suffered. My appeal to those working in the NHS is to stand for truth, for their oath to first do no harm and for their duty to ensure informed consent before any treatment. This is a message, it seems, that I am not to be allowed to deliver. Should anyone be tempted to trust the BBC, or Sadiq Khan, I would simply ask them to listen to my speech and compare it to the reports in the mainstream media. I believe that fair minded individuals will conclude that the accusations made against me are plainly false.”Aa

“As a senior UK lawyer myself, I have listened to and read the comments about what Ms Shemirani is saying. She’s referring to the Doctors and Nurses Trials held in Nuremberg during the 1940s onwards in which numerous doctors and nurses were found liable and guilty for countless deaths from injections and other medical procedures.

The sentence handed down by the Judges was imprisonment or the death penalty (by hanging) for those found guilty. So she is stating the facts of the Nuremberg Trials.

The current law is set out in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. The sentences for breaches of the Rome Statute are contained in the Statute. Breaches of the Nuremberg Code will fall within various laws both civil and criminal.

On December 9, 1946, an American military tribunal opened criminal proceedings against 23 leading German physicians and administrators for their willing participation in war crimes and crimes against humanity. This was Case #1 of the Subsequent Nuremberg Proceedings. Brigadier General Telford Taylor was Chief of Counsel during the Doctors Trial. In Taylor’s own words, from the opening statement by the prosecution:

“The defendants in this case are charged with murders, tortures, and other atrocities committed in the name of medical science. The victims of these crimes are numbered in the hundreds of thousands. A handful only are still alive; a few of the survivors will appear in this courtroom. But most of these miserable victims were slaughtered outright or died in the course of the tortures to which they were subjected. For the most part they are nameless dead. To their murderers, these wretched people were not individuals at all. They came in wholesale lots and were treated worse than animals.”

The Judgments from these Trials should be read by anyone conducting medical procedures to ensure that they are not in breach of the law. If the idea that the death sentence would be handed down to a perpetrator is something that people are concerned about, I invite you to read the case law yourself on the law. In particular, Montgomery v Lanarkshire NHS Trust 2015 and Bell v Tavistock 2020. And the Nuremberg judgments.”

Anna de Buisseret.

Just would like to balance out the coverage by showing you our own video by Graham French highlighting a selection of our wonderful care workers and nurses who refuse to bow to medical tyranny and loudly proclaim, My Body, My Choice.