Nurse suspended from job, facing disciplinary action for refusing to administer children expired vaccines | L.J. Devon – InvestmentWatch

Mahatma-Gandhi-Vaccination-400(NaturalNews) A nurse from northern Morocco recently refused to administer a large amount of vaccines to children at the Rural Health Center in Al Hoceima. The nurse stopped administering the injections because she was concerned that the lots had expired and would cause further medical complications for the children. In fact, the vaccines in question had been stored in an unsuitable environment. The vaccines were not handled properly, and over heated to 18 degrees Celsius, which is 10 degrees above the legal limit. This temperature change most likely rendered the vaccines even more dangerous than what they already were. This nurse did the right thing and kept the injections out of the children.


But, instead of being praised for preventing medical complications, this nurse was suspended from her job. The nurse, Azzahra Al Fiafi, is also being required to report to a disciplinary committee where she may face punishment.

On June 16th and on June 20th, Azzahra Al Fiafi wrote two letters, notifying public officials about the potentially contaminated vaccines. The letters were ignored, and her supervisors verbally ordered her to use the vaccines. Azzahra Al Fiafi stood strong in her conscience and refused to inject children with the expired vaccines, fearing further medical problems. In an attempt to silence her, officials have accused her of disclosing confidential professional information and are threatening to have her punished.

Vaccine intimidation and force shows what vaccines are really all about

imagesVaccine intimidation and force is a growing problem throughout the world, as authorities feel compelled to push filthy injections on unsuspecting and trusting populations. All drugs, especially mass produced vaccines, should be met with skepticism, mistrust and scientific scrutiny. When these injections are ordered with force and without transparency, there should rightfully be resistance. In the case of Azzahra Al Fiafi, the intimidation against her was blatant, and should serve as a reminder to everyone what vaccines are really all about: enforcing compliance. Vaccines today are used to instill subservient behavior in the population, to make people fearful of asking questions so that they will always accept whatever they are told.

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