M. – An intern doctor in the Covid unit

The horrible things he saw and the things he had to deal with got him to finally resign and leave the system. Things like: ▪️Ventilating new protocol, according to which doctors rushed to put patients on ventilation machines while knowing that whining of this machine is unlikely (“ventilating is deadly, with tendency to kill”) ▪️The true number of Covid victim’s deaths and how doctors were forced to change death certificates information. ▪️The shortage of manpower that resulted in death of patients due to lack of basic treatment. The problematic teams that did not receive an appropriate training and didn’t know how to take basic measurements. ▪️And the inconceivable absurd of when he and his colleagues had to leave the Covid unit during their shift and go help in other units, while at the same time the system related Covid as a deadly and highly contagious virus.

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Jim Gill
3 days ago

Aside, from feeling terrible for this Doctor and what he had to endure; I am angry with those who put together protocols that were clearly prepared in advance and implemented throughout most of the world. Here in the US, it was well reported that hospitals were incentivized to systematically isolate, diagnose with Covid, ventilate, remdesivir, and everyone died of Covid (not with Covid). For example, how did a German Doctor’s
( Drosten ) covid test get universally adopted around the world so fast. The same for Fauci’s insistence on the use of Remdesivir. The Devil’s (World Economic Forum)
fingerprints are all over this plandemic. We just need to connect the dots and than the Crimes Against Humanity trials can begin in earnest.

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Naomi
3 days ago

If I listen to this testimony of this doctor, the whole pain of the loss of my dear father comes up again in a huge wave, I experienced terrible and horrific scenes in 2 different hospitals. I fight so much for my father with everything I could, but they “ took care”according to “their own protocol”, as they always told me, until he died. One example of many: In the middle of the night of his death I didn’t accept that they wrote down COVID on his death document, you should have seen the reaction of this doctor when I started to ask question. He changed it only on one of the 2 document because I didn’t accept it! Unbelievable what is happening, I could tell a long and very sad story! This suffering in my heart and all this horrific memories are so deep!

Jim Gill
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Jim Gill
2 days ago
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Many elderly die alone. Your father did not and he knew you would be fighting for him every step of the way. You escorted him as best you could right to the doorstop of heaven. Your separation is temporary however painful currently.