Below is a list of the 25 commonalities that compromise the lethal script that hospitals across the United States are using to implement the malicious government-incentivized protocol on unwitting victims. See the list of hundreds of documented cases of victims of the protocol. Also see this description of the evil Hospital Protocol & Tactics.
“The 25 Commonalities”
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“As we’ve scrutinized hundreds of cases from across the nation, we’ve compiled a list of the most prevalent characteristics associated with the deadly COVID hospital protocols. We’ve heard these things from victims again and again. The heart-wrenching experiences of patients who have suffered due to these COVID-related protocols and policies must not be ignored. The COVID Humanity Betrayal Memory Project is committed to shedding light on these issues and raising awareness, putting an end to these harmful practices, and tirelessly seeking justice for the countless victims and their devastated families.”
- Isolation of victim: Victim is denied any access to family, friends, advocate, Pastor, Priest or Clergy, etc.
- Strict adherence to EUA protocols: Only option allowed to victims are hospital “protocol” drugs; Remdesivir/Veklury, Baricitinib/Olumiant, Tocilizumab/Actemra. Often forced on victim when refused.
- Denied alternative treatments: Denied requests (often ridiculed) for treatments like Vitamins, Ivermectin, Budesonide, Hydroxychloroquine, etc. False statements made that they are not “FDA Approved” or do not work.
- Denied informed consent: No informed consent provided regarding medications, treatments, intubation, or procedures.
- Gaslighting: Gaslighting by Hospital Staff. Victim and family constantly told the victim will die because they are unvaccinated/if they refuse to be vaccinated or if they don’t comply with hospital protocol or ventilation. Constantly told their loved one “was a very sick man” or “a very sick woman”.
- Removal of communication devices: Call lights, glasses, cell phones or other communication devices removed from patients’ possession or placed out of their reach.
- Dehumanization: The methodical dehumanization of the victim. Often described as “being treated like an animal”.
- Pervasive sense of wrongdoing: Family members, friends, and often the victim all had a feeling that “something was wrong”.
- Vaccination discrimination: Discrimination based on vaccine status. Mocking, verbal and physical abuse for being unvaccinated.
- Rapid oxygen increase: Oxygen supplementation increased quickly causing lung complications and damage, leading to mechanical ventilation.
- Refusal to communicate: Doctors, nurses, and hospital administration refusing to communicate with family or advocates.
- Dehydration and starvation: Denial of food, water, or any nutrition. Given diuretics or laxatives.
- Restraint abuse: Physical restraint and/or Chemical restraints used. Failure to follow legal requirements around the use of restraints. Ventilation used as restraint or as a method of behavior control.
- Bathroom denial: Denial of bathroom use. Forced onto a catheter and/or rectal tube.
- Non-emergency ventilation: Victim and family told it is just to “give the lungs a rest”.
- DNR pressure or shenanigans: Pressured to sign DNR. Ignored or falsified DNR.
- Palliative care pressure: Victim and family pressured into palliative care, comfort care or hospice. Family denied participation in the Palliative Care Consult Meeting. Palliative care ordered without consent.
- Isolated even in death: Denied access to dying victim. Denied access to view the body after death. Denial of Last Rites.
- Police/Security involvement: Police/Security used to keep victim isolated. Families threatened with arrest.
- Refusal of transfer: Refusal to change doctors or make hospital transfer.
- Infections and injuries: Sepsis, MRSA or Hospital-Acquired Infection. Pressure sores, skin tears, necrosis.
- Neglect: Neglect and lack of basic care, general hygiene or grooming, bathing, linen changes.
- Nighttime emergencies: Family woken up and pressured to make instant life and death choices with little information. Staff attempting to “scare them” or “confuse them”.
- Perception of malevolence: Victim states or feels like hospital staff is torturing them or going to kill them.
- Unqualified staff: Treatment by foreign, travel, FEMA, or unqualified Medical Staff.