posted on Jun, 10 2020 @ 10:21 AM
There is a false impression out there that this is only incidental (a few hospitals here and there where it's as bad as the NYC nurse explains
concerning "horrible care"). But it's global and much more frequent than you might think. It's symptomatic of the system of things.
In my country particular, the situation in the majority of the health care sector is the same as that NYC nurse explains, possibly even worse if you
consider those who were denied admittal to the hospital because they're too old and frail in the eyes of health care workers following protocol, a
protocol that encourages the denial of admittal for such people; who then consequently die at home, in nursing homes, etc., often without ever having
been tested, definitely without the right care (HCQ + quality care Dr. Ban-style), or if they're lucky, come away with it with irreversible lung
damage (and possibly other organs). All off the books, so to speak (and not only limited to the elderly and the frail, but that was my focus here now;
young people are denied the right care because they're so young and healthy, the protocol says they can let the disease run its course, 'sick it out'
as we say here, which results in the same suffering and irreversible damage while their corona problems, such as their fever that may have lasted for
many days already, could be fixed in 1 day with HCQ + quality care, Dr. Ban-style; and their shortness of breath can see improvement within hours with
that treatment that is denied; fixed after 3 days or so, depending on how long the health care sector has made them suffer from a fever by sending
them home from the ER without the proper treatment, a fever that could have been
fixed in no time
Sadly, it's by design (the protocols, policies and conditioning/programming with attitudes, opinions and misleading arguments, among other things), to
score more kills for Corona and do more damage, make the problem worse as part of a marketing program for new medicines, new treatments, new vaccins
and the research therein, and "horrible care" sold as "health care" or "supportive care". Among other things again (just summarizing here some of the
key things being marketed/sold and profited from).
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