Public Health England warns that young people with learning disabilities (ages 18-34) are dying from COVID-19 at thirty times the rate of their peers! This group of people do not unilaterally suffer from the same underlying health conditions and immune-deficiencies, so what could be going wrong?
In the view of medical authorities at the National Health Services (NHS), people with learning disabilities and other cognitive deficits are now considered less desirable. In an emergency situation, their life is not nearly as valuable. Out of fear of spreading infections, medical authorities have decided that people with disabilities are not worth saving if they present clinical symptoms of COVID-19. In other words, their life is expendable for the “greater good.” According to medical authorities, the risk of spreading COVID-19 from mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is too great for healthcare workers and the general community, so they have decided not to take as many chances on people who are “medically fragile.”
The Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care services in England, began to sound the alarm on this genocidal behavior in December of 2020. The CQC found that health authorities were inappropriately using Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation notices (DNACPR) on people with learning disabilities, leading to widespread medical malpractice and wrongful death. These DNACPR notices are only reserved for extreme circumstances, like when a person is too frail to benefit from CPR. DNACPR notices are now being used to avoid contact with sick people, especially sick people with learning disabilities such as Down Syndrome, etc. People with learning disabilities are being discriminated against at the most crucial point in their lives. This is why COVID-19 now accounts for approximately 65 percent of deaths in people with learning disabilities in England. Medical authorities are leaving many of these people to die — afraid of contracting an infection or contributing to “community spread.”
The Royal Mencap Society is a charity based in the United Kingdom that works with people with learning disabilities. Edel Harris, Mencap’s chief executive, said: “Throughout the pandemic many people with a learning disability have faced shocking discrimination and obstacles to accessing healthcare, with inappropriate Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (DNACPR) notices put on their files and cuts made to their social care support.”
“It’s unacceptable that within a group of people hit so hard by the pandemic, and who even before COVID died on average over 20 years younger than the general population, many are left feeling scared and wondering why they have been left out.”
Strangely enough, people with learning disabilities are now being prioritized as guinea pigs for the experimental mRNA vaccines. Health authorities have repeatedly failed to respond to the health needs of these precious people in critical life-and-death situations; now they are pretending to care about these special needs patients by rushing them into high-risk vaccine experiments that have been rushed into existence under the same pretense of “slowing the spread” and “supporting the greater good.”
This wide-scale medical malpractice, discrimination and abuse is similar to the destructive practice of rushing patients onto ventilators. The ventilators are used ‘out of an abundance of caution’ to contain the patient’s airway expulsions. The ventilators ensure a closed loop system to prevent any spread of virus material. In the spirit of “slowing the spread,” patients are forced into a risky intervention that has only pushed the mortality rate up. This practice does not offer the patient an antiviral treatment, immune support or immune therapy and fails to recover people in time. This is why ventilator-associated infections, lung damage and ailing immune systems give way to further complication and death after hasty ventilation procedures. Mass genocide like this is taking place in many different forms throughout medical systems around the world.