France fires 3000 Healthcare workers…
And then 1200 nurses resign because they are overworked.
They may have closed 20% of beds but government denies hospital capacity suffering. Uh huh.
right while we fire medical staff for not using a shot that is neither effective or safe, we easily over-work the remaining ones who have taken the jab and are sick and unhealthy and fatigued with brain fog and other, that they are basically unable to work. The truth is, the day is coming , that the only people left to care for the sick are the unvaccinated. And I am not going to do it.
As a Christian, one would be obligated to care for the sick.
However, we are in a war of sorts, and the injected, because of their fear, have no problem with purebloods being forced to take the injection. Even if it could k*ll.
In that case, are those who survive, obligated to care for those who wanted to see us dead? I suppose my answer is to help those who regret their decision, and those who have supported my decision not to play along with the farce.
‘Hard days’ ahead as B.C. health-care system tries to fill gaps left by unvaccinated workers
Thousands of B.C. health-care workers have been dismissed after they chose not to follow a mandate that requires them to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
This is only 0.1%. Not going to have any significant impact if that’s all.
“Some 3,000 suspensions were notified yesterday to employees at health centres and clinics who have not yet been vaccinated,” Veran told RTL radio.
That compares with 2.7 million health workers overall, Veran said, adding that “continued healthcare is assured”
There is some fun being played with numbers as there are staffing issues showing up in health care all over the place. The real impact will be in the attrition of the vaccinated with their increased risks, and how quickly ADE becomes evident, (as it is seeming to be coming with the negative efficiency numbers).
To help or not to help the vaxx’d once they are sick? The American Indian, Sitting Bull, is known to have dropped this gem. “I have two dogs fighting inside me all the time. One is evil and mean; the other good. When asked which one wins? I say the one I feed the most.” Which kind of person do we want to be? It’s all too easy to let our hurts and fears rule our heart. It’s not easy to be ridiculed and persecuted, and then not feel justified in judgement or revenge. We are not obligated to help those who are actually trying to hurt us or kill us, but most people have simply been deceived. Would that they had taken the time to understand the dangers to themselves? Yes! But, this does not mean they are actively engaged in trying to harm the unfxx’d. In fact many are regretting the shots they took and aren’t planning to take more. I know some of these folks. Reality is setting in and they are scared and mad. Haven’t we all made mistakes we really regret; some so big they haunt us for ever. If we are Christians, scripture instructs us to forgive our enemies and those who hurt us in some way. If we only treat the ones we love with this kindness then we haven’t done anymore than a pagan has done (someone walking in the darkness of the world). At our personal judgement, Christ will look at us and decide if he knows us or not by how much we are like him. So, in the words of Sitting Bull, the dog that wins in you is the dog you feed the most. Choose to feed the good dog and Christ will smile upon you. God save his children. Holy Mary, Mother of God, intercede for us. Peace+
But yer probably not gonna like me much.
It’s a backyard field hospital in a tent, I’ll smoke during surgery and we’re both going to share the anisthetic.
But hey, if your sick what do you really have to complain about?
I think that small numbers can influence things more than we think. Our supply chain woes show us that. The 3000 health care people influenced 1200 nurses to resign. Nurses are of higher value than Healthcare workers. Losing those nurses could push many older nurses into early retirement.
The fact that they already have bed closure rumors is also a symptom.