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Friday 12 January 2024

Midazolam. Do doctors realise they are killing their patients?

Many doctor-prescribed pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines are known to kill patients. Of this there can be no doubt - it is, after all, admitted and described in conventional medical literature. There is no safe drug, we are told. We are just never told about how 'unsafe' they really are.

Yet doctors continue to prescribe these drugs, regardless of the dangers they represent for their patients. So how big a danger is it?

A few doctors are known to have killed their patients intentionally. Harold Shipman springs immediately to mind, but in no way is this a common occurrence. The vast majority of deaths caused by pharmaceutical drugs are probably unintentional accidents - although such is the well-known dangers of these drugs they are too often 'accidents waiting to happen'.

Patients who are being treated by conventional medicine are playing a game of Russian Roulette. No-one, least of all the prescribing doctor, knows what adverse reactions his/her patient will suffer as a result of taking a drug, or a cocktail of drugs, whether it will be slight or serious, temporary or long-term. But one thing is certain. The pharmaceutical gun is loaded - and every doctor should know full well that it is loaded.

Midazolam is a benzodiazepine drug, one of the most dangerous categories of all pharmaceutical drugs. There are  many known adverse reactions to Midazolam. It is, for instance, just one of the drugs that has a 'black box' warning.....

            "Midazolam has been associated with respiratory depression and respiratory arrest, especially when used for sedation in non-critical care settings. Use only in settings that can provide for continuous monitoring of respiratory and cardiac function. The initial dose and all subsequent doses should always be titrated slowly. Midazolam injection should not be administered by rapid injection in the neonatal population as severe hypotension and seizures have been reported." (My emphasis).

Some of the known adverse reactions include aggressiveness, anxiety, confusion, decreased awareness or responsiveness, loss of bladder or bowel control, loss of consciousness, memory loss, seizures, severe sleepiness, trouble concentrating, sleeping, breathing, and much else - including death although this is not mentioned here.

One question/allegation that was made during the Covid-19 pandemic was that Midazolam was being used as a euthanasia drug for the sickest patients. 

This link suggests that Midazolam was used to overdose and end the lives of those patients with Covid-19, the deaths to be passed off as Covid-19. 

This link says that Midazolam was used intentionally for euthanasia. It was only the independent media article that carried the story: the Sun published it in June 2020, stating that Care homes were accused of using powerful sedatives to make coronavirus victims die more quickly

The Daily Mail stated that the use of the drug doubled during the height of the pandemic.

It was clear in 2020 that the conventional medical establishment had no treatment for the Covid-19 virus, and at times seemed desperate that they had no vaccine to deal with it, and had nothing to offer Covid patients. Instead they used 'treatments' known to be little better than useless - hand-washing, face masks, social distancing, lockdown, test and trace. But did conventional medicine go further? Was there a policy of euthanasia for the older, more severely sick patient?

I make no such accusation as I have no evidence to support it. But the accusation has been made. And as usual all is quiet, there has been little or no response from the conventional medical establishment (who might perhaps have wanted to defend itself from the accusation. 

The silence just makes me wonder - why?