Clare Wills Harrison shares updates on the End Of Life protocols that were supposed to have ended in 2014 in the UK but were exposed during Lockdowns as a leading cause of death for the elderly.
Clare will turn her attention to the seriously important WHO treaty, the dangerous IHR amendments and more.
She will then go on to share with us the brilliant new campaign "I Am Aware" that provides all who get involved, with official links and resources to help those still confused by the news that not everything the Government suggested about the Lockdowns or the continued responses thereafter, is entirely true.
End Of Life Care Misused & Elderly Abused
When the Government's fear campaign repeated "Save Granny", people followed their 'orders' without question.
Sadly what some of knew during lockdowns, was the Granny was being put onto end of life, denied basic needs such as food or hydration, prevented from any contact with their loved ones and given drugs that would expedite their demise.
Clare shares the newly formed watchdog, set up with Leandra Ashton who famously attempted to 'rescue' her Grandmother, with her ex-nurse mother, from the care home where she was kept away from all meaningful contact with the outside world and her family.
The Watchdog also continues to hear from families who suffered the death of a family member during lockdown, who were denied simple, non-invasive treatments, but were often prescribed Midazolam and Morphine seemingly as a result of clinical guidance produced by NICE, under their guideline NG163, in April 2020.
For the many who had no idea these disgraceful protocols were being used to end the lives of many elderly, who were never given a chance to recover from whatever condition they may have been exposed to despite Matt Hancock being made aware that even the very elderly had a very high chance of recovery, these facts will come as a shock.
Please don't turn away as these protocols have expanded and are being misused to hasten deaths and prevent elderly from having the last moments with their families.
As in my own case, my mother was placed on end of life drugs but only after three weeks of little to no nutrition, on and off hydration and an excuse of a diagnosis that upon investigation of her hospital notes, made little sense.
Elderly & Younger At Risk of End Of Life Protocols To This Day
As Clare mentions in the interview, during the 'crisis', the age of EOL victims got younger and younger.
The horrifying refusal to allow contact with families, made it too easy for those who believe it is kinder to 'let them go' than help them to stay in comfort and love, when lockdown rules prevented safeguarding from families.
We cannot allow this to ever be repeated, under any circumstances. Which is why Clare's campaign and all the links to official resources is invaluable in communicating with evidence, what has really led to deaths during lockdown and who is at risk going forward.
Links mentioned in the show:
People's Care Watchdog link
The People's Care Watchdog press release
IHR links (WHO amendments)
Richard Vobes and Tess Lawrie interview where she explains in more detail the amendments.
Brownstone article regarding the WHO IHR amendments.
Amnesty "As if Expendable" article.
End of Life Care Review by Clare Wills Harrison (download here if you don't use Telegram - highly recommend you join for Clare's outstanding collection of links in the I'm Aware Campaign)
I'm Aware Campaign - get access to all the links and resources being added regularly.