9 Responses to “Doctors resigns and breaks truth of vaccine dangers”

  1. emm jay says:

    So glad you’ve got this up Tap. I saw it elsewhere and wanted to forward it to you, but I had difficulty accessing it … can’t think why 🙂

  2. Tapestry says:

    No trouble Emm Jay. John Kitson sent the link to Tap News for posting.

  3. Hey you says:

    I felt that doctor was trying very hard not to cry.

    What surprises me is how almost all medical personnel are prepared to stay silent in order to keep their jobs. If I were a doctor, I’d rather resign and be a supermarket cashier just so to be able to live with myself and sleep with a clear conscience.

    When the truth becomes publicly known (Clif High estimates it’ll be this July/August) and the victims understand they are now the walking dead, the staff at hospitals and clinics will need bodyguards. The day is coming when doctors and nurses will be as reluctant as brothel workers when it comes to declaring their profession.

    • Michaeljames says:

      Do you think the truth will come out in August?

      • Tapestry says:

        The truth is out every day, Michael. As to whether people will want to start listening to it is another matter. Most don’t want their mental processes disrupted to a great extent, and facing up to the genocidal vaccine/5G campaign is beyond the tolerance of most minds. They struggle for contentment as it is. Facing up to the fact that the government is putting into effect plans to kill off the majority of the population, as they have been doing all their lives, would require a mental strength of which few are capable.

  4. ian says:

    Good for him. The only thing I’d disagree on, is the need for any kind of badge or lanyard to show that you are exempt from mask wearing. It’s optional. Just give a defiant look and walk past anyone who questions you. Say that you’re exempt if it makes it easier, but don’t break stride.

    • Tapestry says:

      Exactly Ian. If a shop-keeper/staff asks you ‘can I give you a mask?’ just say, ‘no thanks’ and have a follow up question ready to divert their probing questions. ‘Are your sausages on sale? the price seems lower than last week’ or some equally inane comment will suffice. It keeps the conversation going but away from the most boring topic in the world. Or ‘do you stock any French goats cheese?’ You get the picture. They want to manage you, but you need to manage them.

      • Justme says:

        To Tapestry. There is a better way. State that you are exempt. If that fails explain that the person that was refused entry to Sainsburys for not wearing a mask received £7,000 compensation for discrimination. have never had a problem because I am firm. They give in.

        • Tapestry says:

          Thanks for the thought, Justme. That makes it too easy for them, in my assessment. Make them work to enforce, and then finally head for the legal approach, when they don’t back off. They need to be made to get pissed off.