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Happy News on Mask Mandates and Awful News on Medical Murder
Pedaling toward truth in an ocean of crazy.
#1. New York State mask mandate, no more.
As JP Sears puts it, “this just in.”
And no, we will never be able to unsee our governor’s possessed, glossy-eyed speech declaring that vaccines are from God—good Lord—but it’s encouraging that we are finally allowed to breathe. (She said she is going to fight for her right to control of our breathing though.)
“Vaccines are from God,” says our totally not insane-looking governor.
UPDATE: Aaaand, the mask mandate it back. The few hours of free breathing is more than enough for the peasants.
#2. Speaking of masks, here is an excellent essay on masks by Margaret Anna Alice.
I would say that this is one of the most comprehensive essays on masks that I’ve seen, and it is written with soul. Margaret Anna goes over studies, data, and even includes very helpful visual demonstrations. A must-read!
#3. Before we go to the disturbing news, here is a foreign policy update, in one honest meme.
(On a serious note, I don’t think that our leaders are ending this “health crisis” on their good will, or at all. They are not crazy to just let go of all this absolute power! Plus, they are rather beholden to the BlackRock investors—and the BlackRock investors are rather invested in their very lucrative corporate biosecurity fascism. It is hard to say what they will whip up next—but something tells me that they will try come up with something, be it panic over another disease, an alien landing (“you are a conspiracy theorist if you don’t believe in an alien landing”), a comet, a horrible climate emergency, a cyberpandemic, or a good ol’ financial collapse. For now though, this war panic is panicky enough. And hey, CNN ratings are not going to fix themselves, they need help!)
#4. Now, a pause. I originally meant to write this entire article about the very disturbing and heavy subject of medical murder and medical negligence. Then the NYS mask mandate news came in and brought some joy. But really, this article is about a horrible thing, the betrayal that so many people have been subjected to in American hospitals—and then their suffering was used by politicians to make the rest of us terrified—of the wrong things, for wrong reasons.
The topic of medical abuse is dear to my heart.
The personal story involves close family members back in Moscow who were mistreated in a hospital setting. I don’t want to go into it too much because I am mad but I have been thinking about it for a very long time—thinking how, and in what world, it is possible to be cruel to an elder patient, while telling the patient’s relatives that they can’t come in. It broke my heart back then, and I detest this cruel behavior from the bottom of my heart. I detest it with passion. It is wrong and immoral.
Until a couple of years ago, I thought that blatant medical abuse was exclusive to Russia—more or less—and that it was not possible in America. I was such an idealist.
And while I am sure that intentional cruelty is less frequent than chaos or callousness, my heart goes out to the many thousands of patients who trusted the hospitals and were mercilessly murdered.
I might write an analytical article it one day—but now I am just outraged for all the people who have been forced to see the face of the machine where they expected help and care. This is what happens when we submit our soul to the algorithm—whatever the reason—and stop thinking with our hearts.
And sadly, it looks like many, many thousands of people who trustingly went to the hospital to get help with COVID (and some who went to the hospital for other reasons and tested positive) ended up being murdered. Wrong and immoral!!!
Here is a short clip of Dr. Mary Bowden’s presentation on treating COVID and aggressive institutional practices that make it difficult.
Here is Dr. Paul Marik on Remdesivir, a toxic and expensive drug that often leads to renal failure.
Naturally, under the inhumane logic of our times, Remdesivir is on the list of approved and recommended drugs for COVID—while cheap, safe ivermectin is anathema.
To make it worse, hospitals get financial incentives and enjoy legal immunity if and only if they follow the official guidelines. The official guidelines are very bad, according to many doctors who treat COVID patients successfully. And yet, even if a hospital kills the patient in the process of following the official guidelines, the hospital cannot be sued.
(And no, I am not saying that doctors intentionally kill patients with Remdesivir or ventilators; it’s just that many doctors have stopped practicing actual medicine and turned into human appendices to the algorithm, folding under pressure from money-minded hospital administrators and whoever at the top who devises murderous guidelines.)
Here is Nicole Sirotek, a whistleblower nurse who posted an emotional video back in 2020 about what she had witnessed in New York at the height of the pandemic. (It was not what we saw on the news.)
Here are some quotes from her recent testimony (and by the way, I have heard rumors about patients scribbling notes about not being given water or food and begging for help; this is anecdotal, and I have no way of verifying the rumors I heard—but I heard them):
”Why do I need to get a court order to force a hospital to feed a person who isn’t intubated and literally telling you they would like food?”
”If they are on a ventilator, they are not getting basic standards of care.”
”I have had patients who have not been bathed, have not been fed, have not been given water, have not been turned. And if you ask me, this is not a hospital. This is a concentration camp.”
Here is the entire Senator Ron Johnson’s roundtable featured on the Children’s Health Defense website.
UPDATE: Here is a short version:
Here is another whistleblower nurse, Erin Marie Olszewski, from 2020, from the “Perspective on the Pandemic” series. It was one of my first introductions to what was actually going on in New York hospitals in 2020.
Here is my old article about the corruption in the medical establishment. It still stands.
I want to end this story with a scream of indignation transforming into a song of hope. We are living through bizarre and confusing times—but we still have our hearts—and we owe it to our loved ones who have been harmed to be brave and restore the truth.
No, we are not slaves.
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