Inquiring minds living in this house of pain want to know, is there a more unhealthy and death-ridden place to go when you are sick and ailing than your local hospital?
Audio tapes reveal hospitals are depriving Covid patients of nutrition, intentionally isolating them – vialifesitenews.com
TUCSON, Arizona (LifeSiteNews) — Explosive interviews aired during the Truth for Health Foundation’s “Stop the Shot: Caught on Tape” conference Wednesday reveal that American hospitals are holding patients as prisoners while denying them life-saving treatment and nutrition.
Ali Schultz is a lawyer with the Foundation’s legal advisory council working with the medical team in the trenches where they deal with hospital abuses as they assist family members who are desperate to get their loved ones out of the hospital to save their lives.
Schultz saw the medical tyranny first-hand as her mother-in-law and father-in-law both faced strong opposition from their respective hospitals regarding how to treat their illness with COVID-19. Ultimately, Schultz’s mother-in-law lost that battle, dying on September 17. She had been neglected by staff when she wouldn’t accept remdesivir, a dangerous protocol which has been associated with high levels of liver and kidney failure.
Schultz did, however, manage to have her father-in-law Chuck “released” from hospital on September 16, she said, adding that his exit from hospital was more like an escape from prison. “He was not let go or discharged. He had to be released.”
Schultz explained that she was a medical power of attorney for both of her sick in-laws and that they had both notified the hospital in an advance directive that they did not want to receive remdesivir or be forced onto mechanical ventilation.
Although both parents-in-law were admitted to different hospitals, “they had the same exact protocol … and since they refused remdesivir, I felt like we were just punished.” (read more)
Yes, you see, the house of pain must be extended to all. And if pain, misery and even death needs to be administered to the innocents, let it begin where the unwashed go for treatment of whatever might be ailing them.
Medical Doctor: “Hospital Admission has Become Like Reporting to Prison” – via healthimpactnews.com -by Elizabeth Lee Vliet, MD
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
The heartbreaking story of Veronica Wolski, a well-known Chicago Freedom advocate, was widely publicized.
Once hospitalized in ironically named Resurrection Hospital, Veronica was given remdesivir, which she had repeatedly refused, denied proper basic medical care that could have been life-saving, and was not allowed access to her family, priest, or healthcare power of attorney.
The hospital blocked Veronica leaving the hospital when she and her attorneys demanded release. Her healthcare power of attorney was removed by hospital security.
Veronica died alone as a medical prisoner in a Catholic hospital denied even a priest at the end of her life.
Unconscionable hospital violations of human rights, including even violations of the Geneva Convention codes established following World War II to prevent abuses of prisoners, are occurring daily across the U.S.
- Patients are coerced to take rapidly approved drugs like Remdesivir, in spite of known risks of kidney and liver failure, and to be placed on ventilators, both of which bring in incentive payments and create huge profits for hospitals.
- Patients are denied adequate fluids and nutrition, as well as vitamins, inhaled and intravenous corticosteroids, antibiotics, antivirals, and adequate doses of “blood-thinners” (anticoagulants).
- Patients suffer inhumane isolation with use of chemical and physical restraints, in violation of existing guidelines for patient protection.
- Hospitals are using law enforcement to deny access to hospital grounds for family and advocates.
Patients and their advocates have been denied information on benefits of early treatments and denied access to such treatment. Autopsies have confirmed many patients died because of inadequate doses of standard anticoagulation, even after family members went to court to demand therapeutic doses to help save lives.
Doctors and nurses risk their careers, their licenses, livelihoods, and even their lives as they courageously speak out to inform their patients and the public with life-saving information. One ICU physician colleague posted this on social media recently:
Just finished a 10-night stretch in the ICU. Patient bashing and blatant meanness have taken on a whole new level within our healthcare colleagues. How can we NOT spiral downwards towards despair when this behavior is allowed and is being normalized?? …I feel I’ve been thrown into a Mean Girls sequel. Making fun of patients and families for not being V’d is the cool thing now. …I don’t mind taking care of COVID patients. But this hateful vibe that has permeated my world is what’s going to end my career if it doesn’t end.”
Welcome to the brave new world of government-directed medical care carried out by obedient, profit-focused hospital executives eager for the government handouts of incentive payments for following the “COVID Protocol.”
Read the full article at Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
Watch Dr. Vliet’s Press Conference: Stop the Shot – Caught on Tape.
Demons…full stop. No more words to offer.
“This, to me, is the ultimately heroic trait of ordinary people; they say no to the tyrant and they calmly take the consequences of this resistance.”
― Philip K. Dick
Tonight’s musical offering:
Bach: Concerto for 3 pianos – BWV 1063 III – Allegro (David Fray, J. Rouvier, E. Christien)
My wife could tell you her personal story – but first we are talking to a lawyer
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