Midazolam Murders – When a Common Sedative Becomes an Execution Drug. Red Alert! Danger!editor
Crofterlady sent me the above video and I’m afraid I just haven’t had time to watch it, so busy preparing for the Conference events at the weekend. Violins please.
However, I did skim some of the comments – see below – and was convinced that this definitely demands an airing.
From the YouTube Platform…
I heard about this two years ago, no one would believe me. They called it the good death. I am in Australia. They tried to do this to my mother, she went into hospital with a non covid problem, they took her off all her meds, blood pressure and diabetes and gave her only high sugar drinks, i think hoping for her to go into a diabetic coma. She had a DNR as well. I told them if they didn’t put her back on her meds especially the diabetes meds, i would come and get her myself and take her home, she was 92 at the time. I got screamed at by the hospital nurse, I didn’t care. She ended up coming out of hospital a couple of days later. She is 95 this month. Some of my sisters yelled at me for talking to the hospital, but they are plandemic zombies. Only one sister said I did the right thing.
The really scary thing is that the perpetrators of these crimes are still freely walking in our society having faced absolutely no consequences. Thank you for helping to expose this.
I was trained as a paramedic to administer midazolam as a sedative. We were warned emphatically to be cautious with doses over 2mg especially in conjunction with morphine or fentanyl.
This episode was brutal, especially since an aged-care home in Australia killed my mother (dementia) exactly this way. Their doctor also refused to prescribe antibiotics for her bacterial pneumonia, saying it was just going to be a temporary fix and we’d need even more antibiotics after that. I’m currently suing the nursing home for medical negligence. The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission is also investigating the care practice after all the evidence I gave them. They have escalated the matter due to the unusual circumstances of my mother’s case. You are on to something major here. Don’t stop. God bless you and your vital work.
A friend’s parents both admitted to hospital with covid. She shared the daily nurses reports with me and it looked bad. More O2 needed each day, lower blood O2 each day. Mom was going to be vented soon. Mom was a “bad patient”, refusing to take meds to “calm her anxiety”. Thankfully they were roomed together, and they plotted their escape. The drs made them walk down many flights of stairs since them leaving wasn’t approved. My friend’s husband met them in the parking lot as the getaway car, and a Dr ran out and told him they may not survive the drive home! They ended up surviving, and didn’t even get O2 since their primary care dr was mad they weren’t in the hospital, so she withheld any O2 or treatment of any kind! It’s crazy, but escaping is what saved them.
I am a Swiss doctor and I also took my 95 year old mother out of hospital after they gave her Opioid, Midazolam and Paxlovid. She used to live independently in her own apartment and has been sent to hospital because of a bad fall but without any bone fracture. But there at the hospitals the big problems started. They gave her Paxlovid because of a positive PCR Covid Test and a few hours later, she was in a severe agitated delirium… That’s when I forced the medical stuff of the hospital to leave the treatment of my mother to me. It was tough but now my mother lives again in her apartment although some memory problems have remained. Ends.
I was immediately interested in this video. I have direct experience of Midazolam. My wife was on a ventilator due to Covid for seven days and was prescribed Midazolam. She made a quick initial recovery (although her lungs were damaged and she still attends hospital), but is in her 30s so the effects of Midazolam won’t be the same as that of an older patient.
My grandmother sadly died last March. She fell and broke her hip, took a violent reaction to painkillers and inhaled some vomit, which resulted in pneumonia. She was treated with antibiotics for 4 days but they did not work, primarily because she was allergic to most of them. On the fourth day she become very restless, so restless that she was at risk of falling out the hospital bed. She was prescribed Midazolam which settled her down. They did say she had been given a very low dose. She died a few days later. Incidentally, it is the first anniversary of her death next Wednesday so please pray for her!
I couldn’t believe some of what I was hearing on that video. The evidence is incontrovertible. Before the virus had even taken hold, it was their intention to go in and administer lethal doses of poison.
I found that video really tough-going. What jumped out at me is that Midazolam is not a pain-killer but a sleeping sedative, and unless I’ve got confused with the different meds, it is not a good idea to give it to someone struggling to breathe, i.e. on ventilators, so why they gave it to your wife suffering from Covid is a bit odd. Your grandmother, God rest her soul.
I recognised some of the names of the “experts” like David Webb who was a big-wig during Covid here and it makes you wonder just what was going on. My trust in the medical profession is sub-zero now, I’m afraid, and that was before I watched that video!
It is also used to sedate those who are on life support. That’s why it has used when my wife was on full mechanical ventilation. The machine was breathing for her. Once the steroids reduced the inflammation in her lungs and she could breathe on her own, the Midazolam was removed.
Of course, it all sounds plausible, but who really knows what any medication is doing. I wouldn’t trust any medic as far as I could throw them.
Recently, I received a letter with a hospital appointment, saying that a missed appointment cost the NHS £135. Well, when my twins were discharged from hospital we were told no further tests were needed. Within two weeks a letter came from neurology saying my son required a brain scan and another letter arrived saying both twins needed a hip scan. I complained that we hadn’t been informed of the need for any scans.
An investigation took place and it turns out that these scans were ordered in error. Not only were premature babies subjected to uncomfortable scans and parents made to worry for nothing, this must have cost the NHS £405 for nothing. So, they have a complete cheek to tell patients how much a missed appointment costs!
That is awful!
It sounds like you would be better of going private and using Bupa rather than the NHS?
If the spread of global communism is to be halted, then we need to stop using socialised healthcare, socialised state run education and educate our children at home.
Sorry, I didn’t finish my sentence about your grandmother, I meant to say your grandmother, they said, was given a low dose but since she died a few days later, I would not take that as gospel truth.
A very good point.
I totally agree about the NHS – I wish I could afford private healthcare, I’d go for it in a heartbeat. I didn’t realise until Covid how dangerous it was to allow the government to control our healthcare. Now that I’ve experienced the weaponization of the NHS during Covid, I m 100% opposed to it.
I couldn’t agree more.
I agree about educating children at home. However, I would be very hard pushed to be able to afford private healthcare.
I wish I knew a bit more about the systems in other countries because there must be a way of going private which doesn’t break the bank.
Absolutely. The current system in the UK is broken beyond repair in my opinion. An affordable hybrid system, with protection for the most vulnerable, would be my choice.
Not sure you would be any better off going private, Petrus. Most of their medics are the same as the ones in NHS, especially surgeons. And if something goes really wrong guess where they transfer you? Yep. Back to the NHS.the foods better though.
That’s my problem with private healthcare and private schools; the medical staff and teachers are all trained in the same place. In the case of schools, the difference, what makes them “better”, is the ability level and/or behaviour of the pupil intake and the motivation of the parents which means they support the school – don’t listen to nonsense complaints from the children and have the teachers walking on egg-shells to avoid “upsetting” wee Jeannie. Which usually means don’t pressure wee Jeannie to work and thus there won’t be a “personality clash” with the teacher. Priceless. A friend of mine who sent her daughter to a private school grew concerned when said daughter was not doing well and when the teacher said that pressuring her would lead to complaints etc. my friend said “go ahead – pressure. If she cries her heart out, too bad!” Words to that effect. Daughter went on to graduate in law.
Not sure what, specifically, improves in the case of private healthcare, but I do know that friends of mine who use private healthcare DO, when something goes wrong or can’t be done in the private facility, get transferred back to the NHS.
I don’t know what the answer is, but I do know that it’s worrying to read this morning that the polls show a majority of people in the UK still support the lockdowns.
The Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (i.e. euthanasia given a fancy name) was an integrated ‘care’ pathway recommended by successive governments in England and Wales to improve end-of-life care. It was discontinued in 2014 following mounting criticism and a national review. Unfortunately, the euthanasia mentality and practice is still alive and well in the NHS. Look at this headline from the Daily Mail only THREE days ago https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11886311/Devastated-son-woman-88-died-28-days-carers-stopped-feeding-demands-change.html which shows you the barbarism of the NHS. The number of prescriptions for the drug midazolam doubled during the pandemic: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8514081/Number-prescriptions-drug-midazolam-doubled-height-pandemic.html I believe it was used to kill elderly people. It can cause respiratory failure if incorrectly administered, and then covid could easily be put on the death certificate as cause of death. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. The NHS has blood on its hands.
Perhaps what we need is independent healthcare, rather than private. I think the difference with private right now is you get treated quicker and have a private room with better food. Pretty much everything else is the same as the NHS, including the “clinicians” as they seem to call themselves. I’ve taken to asking clowns that describe themselves as “clinicians” if they are a doctor, nurse etc.
After reading these comments especially yours Petrus i myself had never heard of this Drug before now . What though comes from all of the comments is that practically all Trust is now gone from the N.H.S. I personally have really had no bad experiences from the N.H.S that come near anything especially of Petrus experience and my Brother who has had a long on going illness has been exceptionally well treated and is on a very expensive Drug of which if not taken his illness would be fatal. As though it is also mentioned about going Private their was someone years ago attached to my distant Family had an operation in a Private Hospital that went wrong and had to go to an N.H.S to get the wrongs sorted out. As Fidelus also said i found the Video a bit hard to take as i personally really have no medical experience. What we certainly know though is the excess deaths that happened in care home supposedly from Covid. Also we most definitely know that the so called Vaccines caused lots more HARM than GOOD. I just read an article in the Daily Mail saying that Covid is again on the rise . It seems their still determined to Jab us all. As for that useless Handcock i wouldnt like probably all on here trust Him to take my Dog a walk . As for the Euthanasia Dementia stats in England its Evil .
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