Why Never Again Is Now Global?

When in early 2021 German Journalist and Historian Uwe Alschner investigated the many inconsistencies of the “pandemic” narrative, he was taken aback by seeing protesters in Israel expressing their rejection of mandated injections with experimental genetic substances by way of explicit symbols of the Nazi past. Soon Uwe was connected to Holocaust Survivor Vera Sharav, who as a child had been deported with her family to a concentration camp in Ukraine, where her father died before Vera was able to escape first to Palestine and later to the United States. In their first interview Vera said “this could be the beginning of the Fourth Reich”. Shocked but deeply impressed by Vera’s deliberate comparison, which was not only well-argued, but also obviously a legitimate warning of a survivor according to the Holocaust Commissions Report to the President, which was presented to U.S.-President Jimmy Carter by Auschwitz-Survivor and later Nobel-Laureate Elie Wiesel. This was all Uwe needed to pledge support to Vera Sharav for her courageous and much-needed call to the global populace to understand. Never Again Is Now Global!

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Vera Sharav

My birth name was Vera Roll, and I was born in Romania in April 1937. And in 1941, we were deported, and herded into a concentration camp in Ukraine, where my father died before I was five. Well, we were thrown into a concentration camp that was not a death camp, it was essentially a transit camp. We were left to starve, but the fear of being put on a list for you to be sent to a death camp was always hovering over everyone. My mother got wind of the fact that there was going to be a rescue of some children, orphan children. So, she lied. She put me on the list as an orphan [to be evacuated to Palestine].

I landed in New York in January 8th, 1948. Adjusting to America was harder, much harder. When I looked around, New York was glamorous and People were well off, and I thought, "Where was everybody? Where was everybody?" Well, as life went on, I learned that there are many instances where terrible things, including genocides, happen in one corner of the world, and the rest of the world is totally disinterested.

A public advocate for human rights, Vera Sharav is the founder and president of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP) which serves as an information resource and public interest watchdog organization whose goal is to unlock the walls of secrecy in biomedical research and bring accountability to that endeavor. AHRP Infomails have a wide following: they are read by physicians and scientists, public health officials, journalists, lawyers, and patient advocacy organizations.

Uwe Alschner

Uwe Alschner

Uwe has been publishing interviews in German and English with Leading Doctors and Scientists (Wittkowski, Levitt, Seneff, Hooker, McCullough, Lawrie, Hubmer-Mogg, Kory et. al.) since 2020 on his blog alschner-klartext.de. He also conducted one of the last interviews with Kenyan Doctor Stephen K. Karanja shortly before his death in April 2021, in which he issued strong criticism against the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

In 1994, after degrees in History (PhD) and English (M.A.) he successfully qualified among 50,000 applicants throughout Europe in the Concours (selection competition) of the European Commission for one of 200 places in the COM/A/770 procedure. He went on to work in the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, and for the Christian Democratic Union, where he worked on the staff of several high-ranking political Executives. From 2008-2021, Uwe Alschner served as a political director and strategic advisor to managing directors and board members of municipally owned hospitals in Germany (IVKK) which provide him with first-hand-experience of the state of the health system in western countries.

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Holocaust Survivor Vera Sharav and Investigative Journalist and Historian Uwe Alschner writing about past and present.


Uwe Alschner

Investigative Historian Uwe Alschner writing about times past and present, mostly in collaboration with Vera Sharav