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These people who work for us, never have to ask an unscripted question, and too much of politics is about setting up a scripted scandal every Tues / Weds so that PMQ's is dominated with BS that leaves no room for 'traditional politics'


These types of video are very few are far between, unfortunately? There was one of Van Tam with a few questions, one of Whitty that was just putting arms round him for a photo? Could've been more a warning to others not to try it?


Now, this one of Hancock has a lot of interesting parts to it. OK, maybe the fella could have squeezed some other things in rather than repeating? But fair play to him for trying. Cant be easy. It gets better after a few watches somehow. Also 'cause I was able to ignore the whining, nagging member of staff, and hear more of what he said. If it wasn't for her a lot more would have been said. Talk about an accessory. 


He says stop for a minute and have a conversation ...

This is a public space ... You were on I'm a celebrity ...


The rail assistant was infuriating; telling him over and over, please don't do this sir, and even apologising to the little 'cock'. His brief responses were so wet and pathetic.


"Don't push me", and "talk to the lady". Once he was on the train he took the opportunity to pretend to converse with other passengers, anything to 'save' himself. 


You don't know who he is. You don't know what you're doing. Do you stop journalists?


Cock; "Please stop shouting, talk to the staff"


This man murdered British people and you're defending him 


Let's sit down and have a debate 


Staff; I'm sorry you have to hear this (!?!?)


Cock; I appreciate what you're doing


Appreciate what? You murdering bastard 


This is Matt Hancock, murder, you lying son of a bitch 


You locked down everyone in this country 


A bystander says stop being rude 


This man is bring defended by this lady who doesn't even know what's going on 


This is the murderer who locked people in their own homes


Hydroxychloriquine ... Ivermectin ...

If we've got treatment we didn't need  ...


This guy and Chris Whitty murdered people 


Doing your gormless look there Matt


I want to be arrested, I want to be in court, he's a fraud and a murderer, let's get this in court you lying murderous son of a bitch 


Let's see if he gets me into court for harrasment 


We know he harassed everybody in this country with his lies and his deceit 


Get this out to everybody who was locked down ... murdered ... our children will be free

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America's 'botched' executions: Gasping for air, snorting and even inmates SITTING UP - witnesses describe the effects of 'problem drug' as Arkansas dismisses calls for probe

  • Midazolam tries to prevent condemned prisoners from suffering while they die
  • The sedative has been used in Florida, Alabama, Arizona, Ohio and Oklahoma
  • It was also used in an execution Thursday in Arkansas and raised new concerns
  • Opponents say problematic executions show the drug doesn't work consistently 


PUBLISHED: 13:45, 29 April 2017 | UPDATED: 23:44, 29 April 2017

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Anyone remember this? ...

22,000 Packs of Midazolam Were Diverted From France to the UK in May by NHS – #WeNeedToTalkAboutMidazolam

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Midazolam Injection - Fresenius Kabi Canada Source: Fresenius-Kabi
Midazolam is most commonly used in palliative care, is used in lethal injections, but is also used as one of the primary treatments for ciritically ill COVID-19 patients.

Midazolam, the drug most commonly used drug in palliative care and a controversial ingredient of the toxic lethal injection concoction, is actively used as a “first-line sedative” for COVID-19 patients – particularly those classed as requiring critical care.


Whilst it is used as a sedative and anaesthetic to cause drowsiness, relieve anxiety, and in some cases cause total loss of consciousness, the drug can slow or stop your breathing completely and patients must be monitored closely if they are given a dose. Yet, why is a drug that can induce significant depression of respiration being used a key drug to treat COVID-19 patients?


It makes no sense to treat critically ill COVID-19 patients, who are battling a respiratory illness, with a sedative that causes breathing difficulties.


What is equally as disturbing is the news that the UK government obtained large quantities of midazolam through diverting shipments intended for France, which was allegedly done as a “precaution” in preparation for potential NHS shortages of the drug due to COVID-19.


Accord Healthcare, one of five manufacturers of midazolam, gained regulatory approval to sell French-labelled supplies of midazolam injection to the NHS, after having already sold two years’ worth of stock to UK wholesalers “at the request of the NHS in March 2020. For comparison, over the past five years, about 15,000 prescriptions were made each month in the UK for midazolam to be used outside of hospital, whereas in April, a staggering 38,582 prescriptions were made.


The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said that the request for the extra stock was part of “national efforts to respond to the coronavirus outbreak”, including precautions “to reduce the likelihood of future shortages.”


The Royal College of Anaesthetists has labelled midazolam a “first-line” sedative when treating COVID-19 patients and has warned in guidance published on 2 April 2020 that it may be subject to demand pressure as a result of the pandemic.


In April, Matt Hancock told the House of Commons Health and Social Care Select Committee that intensive therapy unit medicines – including midazolam – are part of a “delicate supply chain” because they “are made in a relatively small number of factories around the world.”


The DHSC stated that midazolam is still available for primary and secondary care, but some suppliers of the drug had very limited stock or had completely run out.


In May 2020, a spokesperson from Accord Healthcare stated that it had no midazolam stock available after the NHS requested it “place all of its stock of midazolam – equivalent to around two year’s forecasted supply – into its wholesale partners”, despite the manufacturer currently not having any “NHS contracts in England” to supply the sedative.


Peter Kelly, managing director of Accord Healthcare, said: “As a result of the NHS request [in March 2020], we are subsequently out of stock.”


Although, according to Kelly, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) gave Accord Healthcare approval “for some French label stock – another 22,000 packs – to be sold into the NHS and [we] are currently waiting for the MHRA’s direction on where to place the stock.”


The drug manufacturer revealed that the French supply of midazolam only includes the drug at a variety of four different strengths.


A spokesperson for the DHSC said it was working with the NHS and the pharmaceutical industry to ensure that “patients can access medicines they need and precautions are in place to reduce the likelihood of future shortages.”


The DHSC confirmed that securing additional midazolam stock was one of these precautions, adding: “As part of our national efforts to respond to the coronavirus outbreak, we are doing everything we can to ensure patients continue to access safe and effective medicines.”


Considering how midazolam affects the respiratory system – potentially stopping patients from breathing – we need to question why this drug is being used to treat those with Covid, and why the UK government and NHS require such large quantities of stock of the sedative. Is it possible that midazolam may be being used to prematurely end the lives of thousands of people, who were then simply labeled another COVID-19 death?



Source: https://expose-news.com/2021/06/10/22000-packs-of-midazolam-were-diverted-from-france-to-the-uk-in-may-by-nhs-weneedtotalkaboutmidazolam/

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Brief copy of start of article;


Anna Farrow
March 7, 2022

That elderly nursing home residents represent a large proportion of Covid-19 fatalities is a familiar if sad fact to most Canadians. Even sadder and more disturbing would be if many of those deaths were avoidable. And if some were deliberate, it would be shocking and outrageous. In this investigative piece, Anna Farrow explores the widespread use of “population triage” in several jurisdictions during the pandemic’s early months. While healthcare establishments seemed woefully unprepared in nearly all respects, Farrow found they were lightning-quick to adopt what amounted to killer protocols on thousands of elderly and vulnerable citizens. This included not merely the withholding of advanced care but end-of-life measures using fatal drug cocktails.



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On 1/26/2023 at 8:59 AM, bamboozooka said:

8x normal dose

Midazolam was used to end the lives of thousands who you were told had died of Covid-19 & an NHS document proves Staff were ordered to do it



But they died "from/with Covid" so that's all anyone needed to know. 😉

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I used to 'worry' about these 'making them comfortable' deaths before Convid, and kept an eye on the euthanasia 'progression in our society. I always noticed when they would pretend a family had to demand and protest and appeal for 'mercy', asking the government to grant them a faster death. I used to find that disturbingly interesting; knowing that 'they' would love to bring euthanasia for for everyone at a moments notice. But no, as usual they have to make it look like we're appealing for it. Maybe one day the busy government will grant our wish. Dear oh dear. 


Hancock made an announcement in parliament that we were allowed to travel to Switzerland with a negative Convid test. What a comedian. Such an important man! 


I must add that I heard two separate callers on the radio laat year say that they had found a relative sedated and close to death, and had managed to save them in time. It was obvious during 2020 and 2021 especially that with no relatives to intervene a lot of older people were going to die of neglect, and with the use of Midazolam, of thirst and starvation. Some families have absolute proof that they stepped in in time. Is there anyone who can bring this to the fore?

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