A tragic example of what the DEATHVAX™ actually achieves in the real world.
The poor young woman subjected herself to the J&J poison because she associates that corporation with babies that she so loved caring for. Of course, J&J and the other BigPharma entities are 100% shielded from any and all liability under the fraudulent EUA for these experimental medical “treatments”. As such, insurance is NOT covering many of the medical expenses, and bankruptcy is a forgone conclusion for Emma’s stoic parents.
All thanks to the profound State indoctrination in the service of Corporations; in other words, technofascism in full effect.
Do NOT comply.
(Hat tip brightsAngel.)
When I saw her story some weeks back I first wept for a very long time and then I got extremely angry.
What my fellow colleagues in the medical fields no matter what profession, participated in something that is and has been blatantly wrong from day one. We as a profession is there to serve and take care of patients, no matter why they come for our competence and help. And our duty is to be informed when they come for it.
So many of them have failed which I think will almost forever or for an egregious long time make people distrustful of the public health, private clinics, doctors, nurses, practitioners and scientists and everyone else in between.
We need to build in our communities, health houses were we can start healing this unnecessary and very painful wound.
Please let this STOP, please people, say NO and never ever let anyone inject your children.
Watching this gives me emotional whiplash...heartbreaking that such a young beautiful life has been interrupted, inspiring that she remains unbroken in spirit, exhausting thinking of the burden on her family, but I have no one feeling towards J&J. Disdain and anger feel flimsy. Hatred would require having my heart connect with them. I want to do something to respond—to be different. Knowing that such a malevolent force shamelessly continues to sell tearless baby shampoo requires that I live more truly. It reminds me of how Frodo did not again feel a part of the shire.