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Here's What Can Happen To YOU!

Do you ever wonder what could happen to you when you are legally separated from all family, all friends and placed into an "expert" institution where there is no freedom of speech or real choices? A place where you were FORCED to take the plan of action the "experts" give you? You might be tempted to think I'm talking about a psychiatric institution... but oh no. I'm talking about your local hospital, and you with a common illness.

 

Because of the suppression of Constitutional rights and freedom of speech, medical personnel in New York City are FORCED to look for "messenger allies" on the opposite end of the country in order to sound alarms when things are happening that are NOT in the best interest of patients, which by the way, are completely isolated from the outside world.

 

Best thing you can do is just listen. This isn't a conspiracy, folks. I myself have seen doctor/s place people in a private room, hook them up to a morphine drip, and watch as their body shut down because the "expert" determined it was time for them to die. I'VE SEEN IT.

 

It was amazing how they changed their mind when I hooked up a camcorder and started to record the death. THEN the nurse got on the phone with the doc (right there in the room!), then they cut off the morphine and administered an antidote (without the doctor ever showing his face again), referred the patient to Charleston or Roanoke, and the patient lived another decade.

 

What can happen when there's noone there to hook up a camcorder for you?

 

 

 



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 Tried to watch video it said video removed by uploader though I highly doubt it was him that took the video down. Big tech too much power again is what I'm thinking.  PS Wikipedia is the biggest liar of all don't get rid of your old books and info big tech will have us believe in any thing don't believe me explain how they changed math recently in school wtf I didn't know math could be changed out of all information out there. Back to the books remember ferinheight  451 don't think just by chance the amazon kindle fire main e book tablet was named the kindle fire. I strongly believe facts history books are being changed from original prints and 1 day they will say by accident something wrong happened with the cloud and much of what we know will be erased. 

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We're not going to return to the paper-and-ink era.  Digitalization of information is here to stay.

 

However, it would be foolish to trust government or big corporations with vital information -- you need to have backup copies of your own information.

As for classic books, there are a number of non-governmental organizations devoted to preserving them.

Project Gutenberg, for one.  And there are several conservative and libertarian organizations which make the classics which are in the public domain available for free.

 

A couple of years ago, a friend of mine in Cuba wanted to circulate libertarian  and other pro-liberty classics, and I helped him create a digital library of them, that would fit on an SD-Card, which was taken back to Cuba. I hope they're circulating there now. Digitalization can indeed be used against us, but it can also be used against the enemies of liberty.

 

Here are some important links:

You can download free ebooks and publications from these organizations:

 

https://www.gutenberg.org/
https://mises.org/books-library
https://medium.com/libertarianism-org/free-books-from-libertarianism-org-2055d2bdccb9
https://pc.blogspot.com/2016/08/free-ebooks-five-pro-freedom-economists.html
https://www.cato.org/publications

 

And these people deserve our support:
https://www.eff.org/

 

In fact, the computer, digitalization, and the internet have greatly increased our opportunities to defend and advance the cause of liberty.  We need to become proficient in their use.

 

 

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Of course they removed the video from i'm guessing YouTube. Typical, none the less a very good friend is a traveling nurse, shes been telling me horror stories that are going on with patients in a lot of hospitals in the Phoenix AZ area. She's called me in the middle of the night on multiple occasions really upset saying that the nurses and doctors simply are letting these people die who could have easily been saved. I live in PA but spend about 7 to 8 months a year working claims I own in Arizona so naturally it freaks me out even more because god forbid I ever got hurt badly i'd have to go to either Phoenix or Tuscon to get proper care and now knowing whats really going on in these places doesnt sit right with me. She told me one story about a 30 yr old girl with no insurance that she cared for who had a severed arm from a UTV accident that ended up dying. She claimed the girl was stable when she left her shift only to learn she died that day due to massive bleeding. Apparently her wound opened up and the girl bleed out in her hospital room because no one was there to help her. How does such a thing happen when you have a button right there to call the nurse and people who are supposed to be there giving you better care in the ICU, heart rate monitors.... 

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15 hours ago, Godsgirl81 said:

Of course they removed the video from i'm guessing YouTube.

It was youtube. Yes. I have the video on file on my computer. I just don't have a place to offload it so others can watch. Facebook, youtube and Twitter censor in unison. I shared this on four different pages on facebook. The video was removed and I was "restricted" from inviting people because of an "intellectual property" dispute and community violation. Which is kind of funny because the nurse that produced the vid implored people to share the vid everywhere. But that's nothing new anymore. Until laws are changed and people can sue social media for violations of rights, there will be no free speech on the common social media platforms.

16 hours ago, Godsgirl81 said:

Typical, none the less a very good friend is a traveling nurse, shes been telling me horror stories that are going on with patients in a lot of hospitals in the Phoenix AZ area. She's called me in the middle of the night on multiple occasions really upset saying that the nurses and doctors simply are letting these people die who could have easily been saved.

I learned that this was happening decades ago, but I was hoping what I saw was an isolated incident. Now I know otherwise. This whole thing that went down with the Corona has revealed alot about what our medical system is capable of and in many ways, they are much closer to Hitler than our society, which is already too close for comfort.

 

I think the reason we got to see such a widespread picture of what our medical system is really made of is that took a patient's rights from them the moment they were put in the ambulance. From there there is no contact with the outside world for many. No one talks to them, they talk to no one, they can't even have a family member anywhere near the hospital, let along their room. You remove "accountability" from the equation. The result is that people will do as they are told by the "experts", even when that means let you lay there and die from pneumonia. I'm speaking of horrible events... that now have happened from sea to shining sea... and my heart is sick. The very thing I saw happen to my mother so many years ago has now happened to people from coast to coast in the name of safety according to the experts.

16 hours ago, Godsgirl81 said:

it freaks me out even more because god forbid I ever got hurt badly i'd have to go to either Phoenix or Tuscon to get proper care and now knowing whats really going on in these places doesnt sit right with me.

I've reconciled myself to either living or dying by my own hand. But I don't know what I'll do when I have a family member that has to go. I truly don't.

16 hours ago, Godsgirl81 said:

She told me one story about a 30 yr old girl with no insurance that she cared for who had a severed arm from a UTV accident that ended up dying. She claimed the girl was stable when she left her shift only to learn she died that day due to massive bleeding. Apparently her wound opened up and the girl bleed out in her hospital room because no one was there to help her. How does such a thing happen when you have a button right there to call the nurse and people who are supposed to be there giving you better care in the ICU, heart rate monitors.... 

When it comes to health care on this country? At this time there's only one thing the common man can say... It is screwed up. We are ... without health care. They give us illusions, smoke and mirrors... cards. But no healthcare.

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People need to stop relying on DisGraceBook to host their videos.  How do people not get this?  That's like relying on your enemy's newspaper to run your headlines.

Good information that could've been useful in fighting this deception lost.

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The house of cards is tumbling down

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We MUST unite the militia nation-wide to oppose this legally, morally and economically! 

 

Ladies and gentlemen, MAN UP and start spamming letters to your representatives! Get the ear of the public and show them you mean business by protesting peacefully! 

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13 minutes ago, Tempstar said:

Just take a moment and think about what goes down in these encounters when it isn't filmed by someone.....

Indeed.

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On 5/30/2020 at 12:41 PM, Tempstar said:

Just take a moment and think about what goes down in these encounters when it isn't filmed by someone.....

 

On 5/30/2020 at 12:50 PM, Fed up said:

Indeed.

Most of the time, nothing outrageous happens. Think about how many tickets and citations are written every day. Wayne County Sherriff's Office writes over two thousand a week on their own. If police brutality was truly widespread we wouldn't need cameras because everyone would know about it. 

 

It's best not to blow this out of proportion. Are there bad cops? Hell yeah there's bad ones. But we also don't know everything. We weren't there. And furthermore the number of good cops just trying to do their job and earn their measly 22k a year far outnumber the ones that are shitbags. 

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5 hours ago, Rascaldees said:

 

Most of the time, nothing outrageous happens. Think about how many tickets and citations are written every day. Wayne County Sherriff's Office writes over two thousand a week on their own. If police brutality was truly widespread we wouldn't need cameras because everyone would know about it. 

 

It's best not to blow this out of proportion. Are there bad cops? Hell yeah there's bad ones. But we also don't know everything. We weren't there. And furthermore the number of good cops just trying to do their job and earn their measly 22k a year far outnumber the ones that are shitbags. 

 

Myrtle Beach Police Department starts at $44k, Horry County Police start at $40k.

This isn't really about good or bad cops, but how heavy handed they have become in the last 25 years. I did a stint for 13 months as a special deputy in the mid 80's, and if I had dealt with people like they do on any episode of Cops, I would have been fired and faced possible civil actions. I left the department because of the scumbags, liars, and criminals that were employed there. I've seen deputies trigger VASCAR units early just to write a speeding ticket, deputies helping themselves to items in stores where there had been a break-in, lying under oath, and in one instance busting a guys head against the rain gutter on a Crown Vic for calling him a MF. The whole police mentality, then and even more so now, is "Us against them".

"Absolute power corrupts absolutely"

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I once had a bunch of Gestapo cops come to my house claiming that they had info I had a stolen gun. Their warrant said they were looking for a Ruger, which I didn't own. They found my colt detective special and took it claiming it was the gun they were looking for. I never faced charges, I went to a judge and he told me to go to hell pretty much. I'm not a fan of cops.

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8 hours ago, Tempstar said:

 

Myrtle Beach Police Department starts at $44k, Horry County Police start at $40k.

This isn't really about good or bad cops, but how heavy handed they have become in the last 25 years. I did a stint for 13 months as a special deputy in the mid 80's, and if I had dealt with people like they do on any episode of Cops, I would have been fired and faced possible civil actions. I left the department because of the scumbags, liars, and criminals that were employed there. I've seen deputies trigger VASCAR units early just to write a speeding ticket, deputies helping themselves to items in stores where there had been a break-in, lying under oath, and in one instance busting a guys head against the rain gutter on a Crown Vic for calling him a MF. The whole police mentality, then and even more so now, is "Us against them".

"Absolute power corrupts absolutely"

I'm not disagreeing that there's a problem. But blowing this out of proportion is not going to help either. And the 22k a year is the average salary for a police officer across the US. I'm sure Myrtle Beach starts at that high because it's a huge tourist attraction with disproportionately higher crime rates. I don't know enough about Horry County to comment on the topic. 

 

Regardless, if we want to route corruption raising hell and causing chaos isn't the way to do it. It'll only make things worse in the long term as those in corruption go into hiding and do more behind the scenes than anyone else can ever accomplish. In order to route corruption, modern law enforcement can be exemplary for the method. When dealing with cartels in Bolivia it has proven far more effective to route the corruption by removing the lower level corrupted individuals than it has to remove the corruption at the highest levels of power since the latter causes splinter cells to form as many of those groups vie for power; engaging in turf wars that costs the population hundreds of thousands of lives yearly and additional revenue in clean up by the governments that fight those same cartels. 

 

Our fight is likely not to draw police into gang wars with one another. But it is likely to cost us in the long run if we fight like retards. Taxes do go to the police after all. And if you truly witnessed such things in the department, why did you never report that to Internal Affairs? 

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