At the very beginning of the Covid debacle, I came down hard with a very bad case of the flu. This was while I was living in the Netherlands. At any other time of my life I would have stuck it out at home and used it as an excuse to game for hours while wallowing in my misery. But in full Covid panic time I got a little bit concerned. My immediate neighbor was a medical doctor and I had a good relationship with her and her family. So I asked her if I should trot off down to the local hospital and get checked out to make sure everything was okay.
Her response was definitive – hospitals are the very last place where you want to find yourself right now.
Three years after these events and facts are beginning to come to light. I read this piece with some sense of disquiet, particularly when the writer describes the effect on patients who were forcibly treated with murderous protocols against their and their families’ will. It does not sound like a pleasant way to die.
The question as to why hospitals would revert from places of healing to ones of murder presupposes that hospitals were ever places of healing to begin with; they have for quite some time been businesses with their primary aim to make as much money as possible. The article examines the ramifications of the US government’s support packages to combat Covid. The financial incentives provided by the government seem perfectly designed to enlarge the problem while enriching hospitals and killing as many people as possible.
If you want to understand the enormity of the government money gusher, here’s AAPS on what the hospital payments included:
- A “free” required PCR test in the Emergency Room or upon admission for every patient, with government-paid fee to hospital.
- Added bonus payment for each positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
- Another bonus for a COVID-19 admission to the hospital.
- A 20 percent “boost” bonus payment from Medicare on the entire hospital bill for use of remdesivir instead of medicines such as Ivermectin.
- Another and larger bonus payment to the hospital if a COVID-19 patient is mechanically ventilated.
- More money to the hospital if cause of death is listed as COVID-19, even if patient did not die directly of COVID-19.
- A COVID-19 diagnosis also provides extra payments to coroners.
Let us not forget that at the same time that these incentives were resulting in the agonising murders of hundreds of thousands of people, the same hospital staff were delighting in spending countless hours rehearsing and filming dancing videos on Tik Tok, while governments guilt tripped good citizens to stand outside their homes at an appointed hour to show support for the poor overworked hospital staff.
So under these protocols a patient would go into a hospital with a broken arm and end up dead on a respirator due to having “died of Covid”.
There are a few questions here that spring to mind. The first is why hospital staff at all levels were so willing to go along with this state sanctioned and financed mass murder. I presume that financial incentives played a big part, but not everyone can be bought and paid for. Perhaps those with some hint of humanity were forced out against their will.
My other question is how patients were selected for death. I mean, you can’t kill everyone that comes into hospital as that will raise alarms even among the most dimwitted. My suspicion is that this might fall along racial lines, that certain races were singled out for mass murder, also known as genocide. The categories for selection could have also allowed for certain age groups or even sexes. So for example, and just throwing this out there as a thought experiment, hospital staff might have been encouraged to be on the look out for white males between the ages of 18 – 55; you know, the fighting age of the demographic that the ruling class hates.
But we’ll probably never know.
As for myself, being someone who snugly fits into that demographic, I am rather grateful for my then neighbor’s advice to steer well clear of hospitals. And as a result of what transpired during Covid, I have extended that to the medical profession and pharmaceutical companies and their products and services as a whole. I’ll take my chances, thank you very much.
This article was first published in Pushing Rubber Downhill