MailOnline can reveal that a prominent anti-vaxx campaigner, who compared NHS workers and Nazi war criminals to incite against the NHS, was allowed back onto YouTube to spread conspiracy theories. 

Kate Shemirani, a nurse who was struck from the UK’s nursing registry, maintained her title of nurse. However, her previous channel was banned last January for spreading false information about the pandemic and Covid vaccines.

The 55-year-old was a friend of Piers, former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, and lockdown skeptic. He created a new platform called Natural Nurse Report’. This website was discovered. 

YouTube pulled the video from YouTube after being alerted by MailOnline.

The reemergence of Ms Shemirani has prompted renewed calls to protect the title of nurse to stop people like her using it to promote conspiracy theories to the public.  

Anti-vaxxer champion Kate Shemirani is back with a new YouTube channel spouting more conspiracy theories and hate towards doctors and nurses

Anti-vaxxer champion Kate Shemirani is back with a new YouTube channel spouting more conspiracy theories and hate towards doctors and nurses

In the only video on the new channel Kate Shemirani interviews an anti-vaxx nun Mother General of Tyburn Convent Marilla Aw with the pair claiming getting a vaccine is a type of communion with Satan

In the only video on the new channel Kate Shemirani interviews an anti-vaxx nun Mother General of Tyburn Convent Marilla Aw with the pair claiming getting a vaccine is a type of communion with Satan 

The start-up channel currently had only one video, featuring an interview between Ms Shemirani and a nun.

The video was shot at Tyburn Convent, which honors the martyrs Tyburn, a group Catholics executed during Reformation in the 1500s & 1600s. 

The 77-minute-long interview meanders between a plethora of debunked vaccine conspiracies — including that they cause cancer.

It also includes claims of Satanic worshippers pushing vaccines onto society. It insinuates that Pandemic restrictions are a start to Communism in UK and around the globe, and that the Chinese Communist Party infiltrating religious institutions. 

In the video, Ms Shemirani, who is listed in a caption as being of part of the ‘British Nursing Alliance’ — a group she founded that was banned on social media, claims vaccines are being pushed upon society by the ‘devil’. 

‘Doctors and nurses and injectors, everybody actually, they’re not even following what it means to be human,’ she said. 

‘We know it’s wrong, we know it’s a lie, we know this is an abuse of humanity… Every injection that goes in, that’s a little bit of Satan.’ 

Throughout the interview mother Marilla Aw nods along and verbally agrees with Ms Shemirani’s claims. 

They falsely claim vaccines cause cancer, contain material from aborted foetuses, and add that they are also used in cosmetics and fast food. 

The views of the nun put her at odds against the Catholic Church. Pope Francis encouraged the faithful to obtain the Covid jab, describing the procedure in a message, “an act of Love”. 

Ms. Shemirani claimed that she was anti-vaccine due to her creation ‘in God’s image’. However, she had previously run a Botox clinic offering cosmetic treatments. 

The former nurse still describes herself as an ‘independent prescriber’ and continues to see patients despite being struck off the UK’s nursing list last year by other nurses who reported her for spreading anti-vaccine/anti-mask views. 

Ms Shemirani also predicted there will be many thousands of deaths in the UK among children who are given the vaccine — despite a plethora of data showing they are safe.  

‘There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth of the mothers when they realise what they’ve done,’ she said. 

They also compared being asked about vaccination status to being asked to wear yellow Star of David like Nazi German Jews.

Segments of the video also claim that the Covid vaccine has caused the deaths of between 84-651 people in Britain.

Kate Shemirani's video has segments featuring anti-vaxx imagery such as this which falsely says vaccines have been linked to 1,651 deaths. While the MHRA investigates all deaths following a vaccine this does not mean it was the cause of death as often other health conditions or illnesses, particularly in the elderly groups who first got the jab, are responsible.

Kate Shemirani’s video contains segments that feature anti-vaxx imagery, such as this one. This falsely claims vaccines are linked to 1,651 deaths. The MHRA does not investigate all deaths caused by vaccines. Often other illnesses or conditions, especially in elderly people who received the jab first, are also involved.

More of the anti-vaccine messages featuring in the Kate Shemirani video

More of the anti-vaccine messages featuring in the Kate Shemirani video

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is the UK’s drug watchdog. It uses the Yellow Card Reporting system to assess vaccine safety.

According to the system, 1,728 people died within a few hours of receiving the vaccine. However, this does not necessarily mean that they died from the jab.  

This is because all deaths after vaccination are recorded by the Yellow Card System so that investigations can be made to determine if the vaccine was involved. 

Anti-vaxxer, shaming nurse who has lost her son. She claims that her NHS colleagues who were able to get her struck off were obese and jealous.

Mother-of-four Kate Shemirani, a former nurse of 35 years, is adamant coronavirus is a hoax and claimed its symptoms are linked to the roll-out of 5G

Kate Shemirani is a mother-of-4 and a former nurse of over 35 years. She claims coronavirus symptoms are linked with the roll-out 5G.

Kate Shemirani, mother-of-four and former nurse of 35-years, insists that coronavirus has been a hoax. She claimed that its symptoms are related to the rollout of 5G.

She argued that the vaccine is a political tool to gain access and change people’s DNA. She also likened lockdown and the Holocaust to the Holocaust, and insists that dancing nurses in the NHS will be ‘tried for genocide’.

She wrote: “Murder. Genocide. The NHS is the new Auschwitz. 

She is a headliner in anti-lockdown rallies after she joined conspiracy theorists PiersCorbyn and David Icke during an August protest.

She ordered yobs confront riot officers whom she called ‘dirty dogs’, mocked for wearing masks at a September rally, and called them ‘dirty dogs.

Her son Sebastian, 21, said he is concerned about the impact his mother’s claims could have on public health and branded her ‘dangerous’ and an ‘attention-seeker’. 

The MHRA guidelines provide more details.

“Many… don’t have any relationship to the vaccine or medicine, and it is often coincidental they both occurred at the same time.” 

The Office of National Statistics reports nine deaths due to Covid vaccines in the UK, but this number is expected increase over time.

This is because if a vaccine has been linked to a death, an extensive investigation must be done.  

Ms Shemirani’s original YouTube channel called ‘ Kate Shemirani A Natural Nurse in a Toxic World’ was banned last year following a crackdown by social media giants on anti-vaccine material. 

She also advised cancer patients to take dog wormer medication. 

Ms. Shemirani was also banned from YouTube, along with her brand, the British Nursing Alliance. She encouraged people to avoid wearing masks and to avoid the Covid vaccine. 

Nurses are currently attempting to protect the title of nurse, just like doctors, to stop people like Ms Shemirani from using it to express their opinions.

Currently anyone in the UK can call themselves a nurse, irrespective of whether they have been trained in the profession or they have been struck off by the UK’s nursing regulator, the Nursing  and Midwifery Council (NMC). 

Founder of the #ProtectNurse campaign founder, professor and registered nurse Alison Leary, who is an expert in healthcare and workforce, said the current problem is people like Ms Shemirani are not doing anything wrong.

She stated that she was entitled to be called a nurse under the law and to have a therapeutic relationship with patients outside of the boundaries of registration.

“That’s why the title needs to protected… currently literally anyone can use the title nurse in the UK.

Professor Leary from London South Bank University said the public were largely unaware that anyone can call themselves a nurse and this needed to change. 

She stated that there isn’t enough public awareness about the fact that the title of nurse isn’t protected by law.

“So the public is aware that not everybody they meet that appears to be nursing is actually a registered nurse with the qualifications…and some people who spread misinformation are also non-registered nurses.”

Professor Leary said that, while Ms Shemirani is perhaps the most prominent example of the problem in the NHS, there are many others in the wider health care system and wider health care system who are nurses but do not have the qualification.

She cited a recent example in which a position as Deputy Chief Nursing Officer in an NHS trust was available to candidates who had no nursing experience or qualifications.  

#ProtectNurse currently has a petition to encourage government to make nurse a protected title. 

Ms. Shemirani once said that anyone who disagrees is lying, misinformed, or jealous. She also blamed overweight, jealous nurses for ending her career.

“The fact that I was always blessed with decent looks and that I’m always very thin has generated jealousy throughout the course of my career,” she stated.  

Pictured: Kate Shemirani with Piers Corbyn, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at massive anti-vaccine and lockdown rally in London last year

Pictured: Kate Shemirani with Piers Corbyn, brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at massive anti-vaccine and lockdown rally in London last year

Ms Shemirani, sprung to national attention during an anti-vaxxer rally in Trafalgar Square last year where she compared health professionals to Nazi doctors who should face ‘Nuremberg trials’, said vaccination teams should be renamed ‘death squads’ and referred to the NHS as the ‘new Auschwitz’ during a rally with Mr Corbyn’s brother Piers. 

She said, to the cheers and applause of the crowd of antivaxxers. Send them to me. 

“At The Nuremburg Trials doctors and nurses stood trial, and they were hung.” 

Police claimed at the time they were looking into the comments. Sadiq Khan, London’s mayor, and Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, both condemned the comments. 

Ms. Shemirani worked briefly for the NHS in the 1980s, before becoming a British Airways pilotess and model. She then began to administer Botox, fillers, peels while caring for her four children. 

After having a double mastectomy and reconstruction of her breast cancer, it is claimed that she refused chemotherapy at the suggestion of Faramarz, her husband, who was a conspiracy theorist who believed that 9/11 was an inside job.  

Sebastian, 21 year old, believes his mother, 54-year-old, should be tried for hate crimes. It’s difficult to talk to someone when they have that level of God complex. 

He says his childhood was ‘hell’ because of years of brainwashing and said today that he was left ‘bricking it’ aged ten when Ms Shemirani told him ‘the Rothschilds are planning to go live on a space station and how there’s going to be this mass genocide’, adding that when he fled home at 17 he said: ‘She came to see me as part of this global plot’.

YouTube spokesperson said that YouTube has always had clear community guidelines which outline what is allowed to be posted on the platform. 

‘The creator’s previous channel was removed from the platform for uploading content that violated our Medical misinformation policy. 

“They tried to avoid the removal by setting-up another channel, and as a consequence, this new channel was terminated because it violated YouTube Terms of Service.”

Tyburn Convent was also approached to comment on Mother General Aw’s views.