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Drug – Propofol

Propofol is a medication used to induce anesthesia (loss of consciousness) and sedation in patients undergoing medical procedures. It is a fast-acting, short-duration anesthetic that works by suppressing activity in the central nervous system. Propofol is often used for procedures that require general anesthesia, such as surgery, as well as for sedation during certain medical procedures, such as colonoscopies or bronchoscopies.
Propofol has a rapid onset of action, typically inducing unconsciousness within 30 to 45 seconds, and it wears off quickly, typically within 5 to 10 minutes after administration is stopped.
Known side effects include:
Pain or burning at the injection site
Decreased blood pressure
Respiratory depression
Nausea or vomiting
Headache or dizziness
Muscle pain or stiffness
Allergic reactions, such as hives, swelling, or difficulty breathing

[Killer Covid Protocols] Documentary “On A Knife’s Edge”

Hoodie and John screen an incredible documentary on the notorious Hospital Protocols in Victoria, “On a Knife’s Edge”, which was created by the wife of Judah, to warn others about the Covid-19 protocols and to share their story of how her husband ended up on a ventilator, was given Remdesivir and end-of-life drugs including Midazolam & Fentanyl, acquired ventilator associated pneumonia, and almost died too many times to count from their ‘treatments’. She methodically states the facts, studies, and what was known at the time these protocols were given, and the heartbreak of not being allowed into the hospital as days turned into weeks, and weeks turned into months.