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The globalists are disconnecting us from our parents and grand parents generation. This is what they want.
Who will replace them?
This doesn’t help us at all. Joe Biden is irrelevant. He’s the Trojan horse used by the Marxist’s. He’s not the cheater. Saying fuck joe Biden every day diverts energy and attention away from the important shit like election fraud and the corrupt judicial system. Stop letting them divert your attention and energy away from this important shit, and stop aiding in diverting other peoples attention.
I’m a nurse and have been talking about the inconsistencies I’ve seen during the entire “pandemic”. Nurses who complain about covid are fucking losers. Covid gave us easy times because hospitals just lifted their staffing levels and cut nurse to patient ratios in half over night. Nurses are we’re getting showered with gifts and free food all “pandemic”. Now insurance companies and hospitals don’t want to pay 50% more in labor costs, so they’re driving the nurse to patient ratios back up. I am a nursing supervisor and have to report nursing staff and unit census every morning. Capacity is NEVER calculated by the number of physical beds that are occupied. It’s always based on arbitrary staffing ratios. For example, one of my units, pre Covid was routinely staffed with 6-7 nurses, putting them at a 5-6 patient per nurse ratio. During Covid, they were given 9-10 nurses which brought them down to 3-4 patient assignments. Now our arbitrary staffing ratio is 4:1. When I staff the unit with 7 nurses, I have to report that they’re staffed for 24 patients because I have to subtract the charge nurse which in an ideal world doesn’t have an assignment. 6x4= 24. In reality, we fill all 36 beds and all the nurses have 5 patients… which is what it should be.
The issue is, based on this arbitrary math and ratios, all the units are made to look like they’re “over capacity” when in reality they’re not. It’s EXTREMELY rare that our physical ICU beds are full, and even during peak covid. They were “over capacity” when they started fucking with the nurse to patient ratios and agencies created a shortage of nurses by dangling 140$/hr contracts. Nurses are flocking out of their jobs by the dozens to chase that those short term contracts. It’s my opinion that hospitals are using this “shortage” to create hard times to get nurses used to working at the higher ratios to reduce labor costs back to pre-Covid.
Hope his cousin didn’t do any time for serving the instant Justice.
If they're trying to de-populate earth, this just feeds into their scheme.
This is wrong. Why would the government care about money when they fucking print it all day?
Is about destabilizing the nuclear family to curb population growth. It also removes power from middle class men… the people who build and protect society and its culture.
We’ve allowed our men to become weak pussy pushovers with no confidence or willpower. No family to protect or home to defend.
The squeeze we are all feeling from corporations and government are psychological and will be overcome when men start being men again.
I made the mistake of thinking the last 2 years were hard times. They were the end of easy times. We now have the highest number of weak men. NOW is the time authoritarian world leaders are going to push every Marxist plan they have… without strong men to oppose. We’re heading in to hard times… and I have a feeling it’s inevitable. We have to wake up.
Liberty and freedom 100% takes precedence over mandatory vaccines, but you guys need to take a look at the big picture. Who the fuck do you guys think will replace the teachers, military, healthcare workers who are fired for not taking the vax?? Net outcome will be more Marxists in important parts of society and less of us. They’re doing this to squeeze us into the lower class to Enslave patriots and reward those they can easily control.
We either need to take the vaccine and fight the long term war or we need stop fucking around and do something NOW.
People who hop on the "Fuck joe biden" train are just as bad as the sheep who support him. Biden isn't the reason our country is fucked. He's an irrelevant cog in the machine. We have to stop focusing our energy on the people in the lime light and bring the ones hiding in the background out front and center.
Stop letting these assholes distract us from our main objective.
That's why literally all social events were closed/restricted during the time of the election.
Most people are not leaders and want to follow the herd. There was a one way channel of propaganda during covid and the election. The most powerful thing people can do to form a consensus opinion is to go out and mingle with people in real life. The marxists can't monitor and restrict your opinion when talking in a bar. The only way the sheeple could form their consensus opinion was go on social media which was heavily monitored by big tech, who censored any opinion which was against the globalist narrative. Any time I went out to a bar, every fucking person sitting at the bar talked about what a fucking sham the last 2 years was. We have to grab the bull by the horns people. Get involved in your local politics and lead by example. Have lots of kids and give them good values.
First step is getting off the fucking computer. This includes myself.
Probably why Trump pushed for vouchers to let parents send their kids to private schools. He knows what’s up.
The only way to stop this shit is for Americans to unit together. For everyone to fall out of the spell that the globalists have set on the population. This means stop blaming other Americans for what's happening. The left being indoctrinated is not the lefts fault. We have to forgive them and help them understand that they, and many on the right have been indoctrinated under this globalist spell for decades. The goal is to divide in conquer. The strongest force we have against these people is a strong sense of nationalism. Once that is completely gone and we start fighting each other, they will win and we are doomed.
PLEASE people. Please listen.
Remember guys. The press is pumps and gaslights only the narratives which benefit the “big plan”. If they are pumping something, even when we think it serves us, it doesn’t. They’re trying to burry Biden for a reason. Don’t let your guards down. As soon as we get cocky and start feeling like things are going our way, they’re going to slam us again. We need to be primed to ignore all of the narratives and stick to our America first narrative. Be 20 steps ahead and stop listening to the bullshit.
Unless you’re giving us a mine craft server to pay on IDGAF. We don’t need more evidence of the obvious. We need to do something.
Guys this is happening to give the democrats a reason to impeach Biden and win support from the right and independents, or at the very least make us feel like we’re not as fucked as we really are. Focus on the big picture.
When are you fools going to stop following the carrot. Stop reacting to the news. We need to create different teams of people e dictated to watching different sectors… trade, international affairs, economy, too 10 offenders to our freedom etc. Just because something worked in our favor ONE time doesn’t mean the entire system isnt compromised. If you think it’s compromised then stop reacting to the news. Focus all your energy on keeping your eyes on every sector, every person of interest and watch every move. We will then compare to the “current events”. We seriously need structure if we are going to save America. Stop being reactive and start being proactive. We need to be a machine with focus, efficiency, and power.
I'm waiting for the signal.
I have been working in healthcare for 12 years, 5 of which was an RN. The hospitals were fucking over burdened with patients EVERY. SINGLE. cold season. Ask any nurse who works in a hospital... tele, emergency, ICU, they'll all tell you what a fucking blessing it was that covid made everyone afraid to come to the hospital with their bullshit complaints. Me and my colleagues will forever remember covid as the time we all got a break. Nurses weren't overwhelmed because "omg everyone is sick and dieing" They were overwhelmed because of the additional work having to be done putting on and removing PPE, ancillary staff refusing to go into covid rooms (nurse assistance, techs, house keeping) etc, and staff quitting for the covid welfare. Remember, the majority of nurses are dramatic, emotional, princesses (except for ER) who exaggerate everything. They felt over whelmed because of lack of staffing and the ancillary staff refusing to help.
People were not "dying in droves." Every cold season in a hospital, a large amount of old people die from viral respiratory illnesses. Like, we deal with full inpatient units and full ICU units with people dying EVERY year during cold season. The people with other risk factors, ie COPD, asthma, CKD, etc are at a higher risk for dying of a viral illness.
When covid happened, EVERY patient admitted to the hospital had to be tested for covid. MANY of them, probably like 80% of them did not have symptoms of a viral illness, but were admitted to the hospital for something else... lets say hypertension, dysrhythmia, chest pain etc. ALL patients who tested positive had to go to the "cohort" unit where all the nurses had a 3:1 ratio (1 nurse for 3 patients) They had to wear full PPE in every room, wear N95's, face shields etc. MOST of the covid positive patients on the cohort unit were asymptomatic or had very mild symptoms (fever/malaise) The other 20% of the patients probably required oxygen/needed bipap. Some were transferred to ICU for a breathing tube. Honestly, it wasn't THAT much worse than regular cold season... in fact, it was literally the best time of our fucking nursing lives. Pre-covid, nurses had 6:1 ratio's and were over worked. When covid happened, suddenly there was an influx of resources, and all the bullshit patients who abused the system stopped coming to the hospital because they were afraid of covid. We had extra nurses and less patients. The community showered us with gifts and free food. Local restaurants were dropping off massive amounts of food. It was a highly emotional time for nurses (who are already very emotional and dramatic people), but what was actually happening was not matching up with the amount of fear they had. What's also funny to me is how during peak covid, if you go into your local walmart without a mask, its a fucking tragedy and you get kicked out. During peak covid, nurses were sitting at the nurses station right outside of "covid positive" rooms with their masks off not giving a fuck. To me, it's truly telling of how they subconsciously felt about the seriousness of covid if they were willing to sit on a unit with 40 covid positive patients around coworkers with their masks off 3 months after the onset.
tl;dr It wasn't much different from many other seasons... aside from 70% of the medical staff being gaslit by the media, legit fear, and testing LITERALLY EVERYONE who came through the doors. The sick patients with viral respiratory illness were sick, just like every other season. I'm not saying covid doesn't exist, or that we didn't see a LOT of patients with acute respiratory distress, but I think we need to all sit down and objectively review what the fuck actually happened. Theres a metric fuck ton of discrepancies that people just don't care to look into. (PCR testing accuracy, not testing for or reporting influenza cases, or defaulting to covid if positive for both influenza and covid, the fact that MOST people who tested positive had no symptoms vs. a tiny amount of people being deathly ill) If things don't make sense, theres usually a reason. Despite what most people think, theres a lot of consistent patterns in our universe. I'm more inclined to think theres something wrong rather than we just had some random bipolar super virus for no reason.
They should start interviewing healthcare providers and ask them what they experienced in the beginning weeks of covid. I have an extremely high bullshit meter when it comes to noticing patterns and when a pattern doesn't make sense.
Pre-Covid: Flu/cold season was at its peak. Hospitals all over the country are desperately over burdened with patients during this time. Mainly older and younger patients with the flu being admitted with respiratory problems. My hospital, in the 5 years leading up to covid had some of its worst years in terms of over crowding. We routinely held 10-30 patients in the ER. These are patients who are admitted tot he hospital but cannot transfer to inpatient units because they are full. PRE-COVID.
Onset of covid: We started talking about what we were seeing on the news and started changing our routine PPE procedures. We were in the middle of Flu/COLD seasons, routinely testing everyone for flu/covid. The common practice to decide whether to test for a viral illness is whether the patient is sick enough to be admitted. Nobody tests for FLU/RSV if the patient isn't sick enough to be admitted because the treatment is ALWAYS the same: Drink plenty of water, symptom management, and let you ride it out. When we started testing for covid. We were still routinely testing for influenza. Remember I see patterns? The patients who were actually really sick and being admitted with a viral respiratory illness to the hospital ALL had influenza B AND covid under the diagnosis of having covid. This was happening for a VERY short time (maybe 2 weeks), then I stopped seeing +influenza in patients charts. I literally have not seen a positive flu patient since about 6 weeks since covid began. In my job in the hospital, I work ALL over the hospital, including ICU, ER, inpatient units. I am in patient charts FREQUENTLY, almost every patient chart that gets admitted. I make a conscious effort to look for influenza positive patients. NONE. So we either stopped testing for influenza, or stopped reporting it. My guess is the mentality is "we will test for influenza if covid is negative and they are really sick." So when the patients test comes back positive for covid, we did not test further because who cares? right? The treatment for viral illnesses are all the same, and we only care if they have covid so we can isolate and "#stopthespread"
I'm just going to say I was exposed directly to covid MANY times over the first year, and a year into it I tested positive after reporting fever and GI symptoms. No respiratory what so ever.
After covid: Half of the people I talk to in the hospital did not get the vaccine. The pattern is the higher they are educated the least likely they are to get the vaccine, and it's not partisan. Nurses seem to be split down the middle, with the nurses working on the least acute units more compliant with vaccines. For example, the ER, ICU, and telemetry nurses (the higher critical thinking areas/higher acuity, sicker patients) seem less likely to take the vaccine. (the people who cared for all of the covid patients.) The nurses who did not take care of covid patients are the most fearful and most likely to take the vaccine. It's fear. The people who dealt with it know what's up.
This whole country just got duped. And the people who are pulling all the bad guy strings in this country has been selecting for highly agreeable people for years. They are in every institution. Every position and tier of government. We have to stop focusing 100% on Biden and his handlers... they are not what's rotting our great land, and our people. People who move here from other countries have intimate experience what it's like to live like this. They are not our enemy. They are following the dangling carrots. Keep the pressure on the top to hinder their progress, but we have to win every local election and re-sow the political fabric of this country.
RN here. Plenty of nurses think covid is bullshit. The emotional/feeling type people are just vocal about it.
I noticed this the first 3 weeks of covid. Everybody was testing positive for influenza B and covid. Nothing I can do about it though. I watched as everyone got fucking scammed.
I have been standing on a fucking roof top screaming this since the first month of covid. People acted like I was nuts for questioning why we suddenly had no influenza cases during covid.