When did the government body of this country, individual states, the scientists, and the hospital CEO’s get elected to the role of God? What makes them believe that they hold the golden rod of God himself? When were they bestowed the authority to decide that there are too many people in this world and that they have the right to decrease our population by killing us off in whatever manner they deem fit? Wake up folks, that is what they are doing, and we are falling inline for the slaughter like sheep being herd through pasture to our demise at the other end of a needle and any other method they choose.
While drinking my coffee this morning, I reviewed my emails, one of which caught my attention. An email from the local news station talking of the increase in Covid cases and in the same paragraph citing “Since the pandemic began, there have been 820,173 confirmed cases and 8,700 deaths.” (Fox 11 News, Hurley, Scott, Nov.2021) sure that is a great number of deaths in two years, but it doesn’t even reach the number of deaths we see from the flu, cancer, car accidents or other underlying health issues.
Yet, we the people of this great country founded on freedoms and inalienable rights that are provided to us every day by the selfless soldiers we saluted just yesterday, are panicked into believing that we are in danger, and that without this great scientifically proven vaccine that the government is promoting as the life saving end all beat all answer, we will all surely die. We are being brainwashed into believing wearing a mask will protect us, when we as nurses were trained to throw away those masks after every patient we see, because they carry bacteria that could be passed onto the next patient. We have CEOs of hospitals shunning people who will not follow protocol and go along with the scare tactics and do what they are mandated, firing nurses and medical staff who do not do as they are told.
When did they assume the role of God over our bodies and what we choose to put inside of them?
We may work for you, but you do not own us, or our bodies and you may be the CEO of the facility you are running but you do not hold the authority to run the lives of the people working for you or the people living within your district, your state, or this country.
The simple fact is, they are not looking out for their patients or their staff, they are looking out for their pocketbooks and how much they can make from the pharmaceuticals they are pushing. They are looking out for their own livelihood and how far they can advance themselves in their careers.
I stepped away from my position as a nurse from one of these local healthcare facilities because of the way things were being run in my clinic and the way the nurse is the fall guy for every upset patient or mishandled situation, I was given no room for explanation because I held the higher degree. I am glad I stepped away when I did, because the CEO has begun to believe he holds the authority of a higher power, and he is attempting to run not only that facility but the entire counties healthcare decisions. I have no respect for such a man who holds no ground for what is right but chooses to follow the crowd in order to make himself shine.
It reminds me of the story of Moses when the people are being swayed to worship golden idols and to turn away from the beliefs of Moses and his God. I for one, will not be swayed. I will not allow a government to tell me what is right for me or my body, nor will I allow a CEO to decide what is best for my health and for me.
After stepping away from my position, I concluded that the feelings I had been holding for quite sometime were never stronger than they are now. I have become disappointed in what healthcare is today. We have become a factory line for the ill. We herd them in and herd them out. We cut down visit times to 15 minutes and stuff in as many people as we can possibly see in a day to make as much money as we possibly can. The providers no longer know their patients personally. They no longer have the time to listen to their stories and learn who they truly are, there are no relationships being built and the providers no longer have a real say in the patients care.
So, without truly knowing you and your story, how can they know what is best for you? What is really wrong or what is the right treatment for you.
If the choices the providers make doesn’t fit the insurance companies’ agenda than the patient can’t have it. It does not matter if it is what is best for the patient or if it might truly save their life, if it costs to much for the insurance company, they will not allow it. Suddenly the insurance company has also become a higher power.
Well folks, I only follow one higher power and he is my lord and savior Jesus Christ. I know that only he knows what the plan is for my life and when I will come to rest and go home to him. Only God knows what will take my life and when that will be. I will trust him and only him. I have never been against vaccines or healthcare, and I have always loved science, I have dreamt of being a nurse or provider since I was a little girl, but I am against a corrupt government that is only doing what suites them and thinking of their own greed for power and money, and I will not be a part of it. I will not put into my body a vaccine that is clearly not doing its job for a virus that is clearly not as deadly as they claim it to be.
I am sorry for the losses we have seen from this virus and every loss we have seen from cancer, other viruses and underlying diseases and other unexpected tragedies, but I will not fall in line and stand behind the other sheep waiting for my place on the slaughter line.
I took an oath as a nurse, and I gave my whole heart to that oath. I believe in that oath. ‘I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully. I shall abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous and shall not take or knowingly administer any harmful drug. I shall do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standard of my profession and will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping and all family affairs coming to my knowledge in the practice of my calling. I shall be loyal to my work and devoted towards the welfare of those committed to my care.”
I chose to be a nurse based on this oath. To faithfully care for the people and to never mislead them or misguide them, to serve them with justice and honesty, to do all in my power to give them my best, to serve with devotion. I can no longer take any position that does not allow for this or places me in such a manner that I am not proud of and can not stand by. I can not provide for a patient what my faith does not allow based on the standards of a facilities CEO. I will not ever go against my faith or my God for any other.
I do not believe this vaccine is safe and I will not give it or take it. I will not subject my children or family to it. I will not force my opinion or beliefs on anyone else. I will never disregard you for making your own choices, I would only ask that you respect my right to make mine.
We don’t need to shun or look down on each other for what we feel or the choices we make but we do need to stop believing what the government and other leaders are selling and think for ourselves. We live in a free country for a reason, to be free to think for ourselves and live as we choose.
Someone mentioned recently that autonomy for our bodies includes the autonomy to choose abortion, I humbly disagree, the autonomy to choose what is right for your body, never affords you the right to kill an innocent life, there is a difference between being able to save that life when your own life is at risk and choosing to chop that life into little pieces for no viable reason, this act will not save you and will never find you saved through the eyes of the lord.
Alas I am not writing this to preach to you on autonomy or abortion but to remind you that we are free to think for ourselves and should never be coerced or forced to accept anything from a government that we pay to work for us or any other leader that gets paid based on the hard work we produce to make their facility run.
I still stand strong in my belief that we need to reach back to the simpler days and remember that we only need the means that God provided us when he placed us on this earth to survive. I believe we all need to stop and take a good look around us and see the beauty that we already have, and I hope that we hold strong to the solid foundation that is found through our faith in God.
There will always be new ideas and choices presented to us throughout our lives, but we should always be free to choose what we wish to accept without any reprimands with regards to our choices.
This is my belief and one I will continue to stand strong and fight for.