So, my sister, “Nurse Jenny,” joins the growing exodus of medical professionals abandoning the state of California. The high profile, major healthcare provider she was working for as a home healthcare nurse has mandated employees receive the Covid19 vaccines as condition of employment. Subsequently, her initial vaccine waiver and religious exemption was denied.
An RN for over fifteen years, and after working for this provider for five years – consistently through the Covid19 hysteria like thousands of other medical professionals – she found herself “person non grata” due to refusing the employer mandated vaccine. It is interesting how frontline nurses were lauded by the media as “heroes” putting themselves at great risk when Covid19 was initially portrayed as, yet again, a global “killer.” Now, in hindsight, as the corruption of Big Pharma and governmental mismanagement – least of all the complete ineffectiveness of the vaccines to do what they are still advertised to do – and Covid19 as nothing more than a bad flu, dissident nurses and doctors are turned out for refusing to submit to the further bioethical subversion of the medical field. Our culture is so fickle.
Nurse Jenny’s initial refusal to take the vaccine was a personal one, due to certain physical conditions that put her at risk of an adverse reaction. Further, like many in the dissident medical community, being an advocate for early therapeutic prophylactics to address respiratory illnesses before vaccines (especially forced), has put them at odds with the approved government and corporate media “narrative.”
As a quick aside, Nurse Jenny suggested for my family and I to implement a supplement regimen of daily vitamin D, C, zinc orotate SR, plus super B complex (elements the body does not retain daily and key to a healthy immune system). I was never a supplement fan to this point, but since employing this regimen over the last two years since the “pandemic” started, not only have we not been sick, I feel twenty years younger! The censorship on social media, demonizing and ostracizing of a good portion of the professional medical world who have published alternative and effective plans and opposed the national and global response to the Covid19 phenomenon is well known. Yes, alternative healthcare does work, and the media and Big Pharma censorship of these alternatives (low cost, readily available) is revealing.
In the midst of this national conflict, there is a dynamic I have observed that I don’t think has been articulated to any great degree, especially in the American arena. American culture for decades has grown soft, sometimes spoiled; superficially materialistic, our way of life taken for granted. Personal freedom and autonomy a license to “live carelessly” as the Bible uses the term. The last two years has presented a challenge to Americans to come to grips with the reality that freedom is not “free,” the price paid by sometimes having to pay a price; take a stand, to take a risk and hazard a comfortable, routine lifestyle and model moral courage in the face of an encroaching tyranny. I saw this tendency first, because of my close proximity, in the nursing profession.
Indeed, perhaps in the midst of these forced vaccines and mandates, the foundation of the nursing conflict lies at the heart of the Florence Nightingale Pledge they all take at their credential graduation…
….I will abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous, and will not take or knowingly administer any harmful drug.
A lot of nurses take that pledge seriously.
Right now, since the vaccines rollout, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has reported over 20,000 deaths and over 32,000 Permanent Disabilities. Many medical institutions aren’t even reporting them anymore. This does not even figure in the European casualties. Despite the government’s and Big Pharma’s relentless claims these vaccines are “safe and effective,” they most certainly are not, for a growing body of people. Nobody should be forced to essentially play Russian roulette with their health like this. It is morally and ethically wrong, and censoring medical professionals with effectively proven strategies to treat patients because they threaten Big Pharma’s lucrative monopoly on healthcare is criminal.
Thankfully, more and more medical professionals are courageously standing up, modeling the same moral courage they exhibited working in the midst the initial panicked unknowns of the Covid19 pandemic, and are now opposing this destructive and reckless vaccination push. America’s Frontline Doctors is one such organization. Fired nurses and doctors are networking, new medical institutions and associations are being formed and built. I predict a continued collapse of the industrial medical complex as this brain drain (The Great Resignation) of the growing understaffed current status quo leads to overburdened systems already straining under the peripheral fallout of the vaccine mandates. Really disruptive. But not a bad thing.
But back to Nurse Jenny. Her former employer had some initial contacts with her while she was on forced unpaid administrative leave. Some of the questions they submitted to her near her termination time were interesting, as they were clearly looking for eccentric or quirky belief systems, a transparent bid to build a future liability shield. It is clear many of these firings are inevitably going to end up in broad class action lawsuits down the road. They know this. Labor lawyers are going to have job security for many years to come.
After trying to threaten and coerce her to “get the jab” at great personal risk, all they finally saw was a yellow Penske logo in the dust heading East for a new life in Tennessee. The Left disparages the “new Right’s cult of toughness,” what most understand to be basic American self-reliance, by curiously trying to tie it to Trump and “Trumpism” and per Leftist de rigueur thought, “dangerous.” Yet the current administration, clearly hard-Left in ideology and aggressively pushing forward with vaccine mandates on critical institutions across America is forcing medical professionals… and law enforcement professionals… and firefighters and EMS professionals… and all branches of the military, to have to make hard choices, to depend on God and that American “toughness,” – sans Trump – and to risk their livelihoods and careers and move on to other opportunities, even if it means moving across the United States to friendly communities ready to receive them with open arms.
Nurse Jenny’s story should be an encouragement to many of those nurses and medical professionals who are unjustly losing their jobs right now. Her former patients will miss her, as well as her former associates. Targeted medical professional’s services and skills are in even greater demand, free of these bureaucratically oppressive institutions. All represent the highest standards in their field in ethics and courage, the best in their fields. The current turmoil in medicine will continue to produce a better alternative to the status quo as the best and brightest – the courageous – continue to wrest the medical field from the clutches of the arrogant, greedy, and corrupt, and return it to its foundation. Personal medical autonomy between doctors and patients, free of the destructive bureaucracy.
Nurse Jenny submits: “The Oath and Prayer of Maimonides”
Bioethics Resources for education and research on bioethics – Dalhousie University Libraries
(Nurse Jenny can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The most recent publications impacting the national conversation on Covid19 vaccines and forced mandates.