Probably the most important documentation in this series so far. Erin is a true whistle blower and shows great courage speaking out. Rest assured the next step – ”post-pandemic-stage” will be enforced upon us all, based on very, very thin scientific arguments and very, very profitable business. All under the idea that ”we really learned something for real this time”.
This is scary. Worse than the virus itself.
This series, which by no means is alarmist, activist or funded from any suspicious source, has systematically been taken down from social media. Ask your self why.
Even if you completely disagree with these thoughts , do yourself a favour – just listen and try what is being said. Take some time to digest it and try to see the connections.
The info is out there, and from the beginning to the end the ”facts” regarding this pandemic just does not stand up to ay scientific standards. All documentation is available to anyone with just a bit of curiousity, google skill and reason. I am stunned people are so ignorant, when information and scientific publications are avaiable right in front of everyones eyes if you just turn a couple of pages. Please do that instead of plainly listen to very news agency, self-proclamed epidemilogist expert or other ”15 minutes of fame-person”.
Knowledge is power. So grab it – it belongs to you!
Erin Marie Olszewski is a Nurse-turned-investigative journalist, who has spent the last few months on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, on the inside in two radically different settings. Two hospitals. One private, the other public. One in Florida, the other in New York. And not just any New York public hospital, but the ”epicenter of the epicenter” itself, the infamous Elmhurst in Donald Trump’s Queens.
As a result of these diametrically opposed experiences, she has the ultimate ”perspective on the pandemic”. She has been where there have been the most deaths attributed to Covid-19 and where there have been the least. Erin enlisted in the Army when she was 17. She deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Part of her duties involved overseeing aid disbursement and improvements to hospital facilities. While in country she received the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service, and was wounded in combat.
Erin eventually retired as a sergeant, and became a civilian nurse in 2012. Erin is a medical freedom and informed consent advocate. She co-founded the Florida Freedom Alliance but no longer has any connection with the organization.