Daily Archives: April 28, 2021

ICU Nurse Speaks Out Against Sensationalized Third Wave

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Does everyone admitted to the hospital disclose their quaxxination status?

JOHN: How would you describe the current situation in the hospitals that you work in?

NURSE ANDREA: It seems like there might be an actual surge of COVID patients. Not a catastrophe, and we’ll be fine, but urban hospitals are seeing more of a “wave” of acute respiratory illness now compared to any time in the last year. This puts pressure on the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and creates a spillover effect of sick people into the other inpatient acute care units.


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It’s raining glyphosate: a biological disruptor

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The one two punch of chemicals and quaxxines from big Agra/Harma are at the root of our health problems.


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More meet your captors Canada

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Forgot the politicians, here is the real enemy of the people: the Covaids doctatorship.

CovidStrategicChoices is an initiative to define optimal strategies to manage the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada.


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Temperatures rising Ontario

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We know the conflict between police disobeying their oath and freedom protestors will rise with the temperature this summer.

Those public officials mocking freedom fighters will be the first to be left to the wolves when communism takes its seat. #defytyrants


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Canada’s Covid Coup

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Once they break the churches, what organized forces are left?

Arthur Koestler, who had a deep and personal understanding of Stalinism, Fascism and Nazism, wrote the following in his 1941 novel “Darkness at Noon”:

“There are only two concepts of human ethics and they are polar opposites. One is Christian-humanitarian and declares that the individual is sacred and maintains that no calculations be done with blood.

The other is based on the principle that the collective goal justifies the means, and this not only allows but requires that the individual be subordinated to the collective in every way, including as a guinea pig or sacrificial lamb.

In a crisis – and politics is one permanent crisis – those in power could always declare a state of emergency to justify exceptional measures.

For as long as there have been nations and classes, they live in a state of mutual self-defence, which constantly forces them to postpone their humanistic program to some ‘later date’...”


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