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It’s become untenable for me to continue working in hospitals. I have quit. I will be deregistered soon by my own choice.

Working with lies and deceit at all levels has led me to despair. I am very good at my job as a midwife. You would want me to take care of you. You would be very safe in my care.

‘The jab’ cannot be called a vaccine. It will kill and it will make people very sick with autoimmune disease, which will manifest in many types of diseases. Please do not acquiesce.

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  1. The public rejoices!

    Sorry for you Deb that you’re making yourself unemployed but I am also happy. Happy as you’re the very last person I’d let near my pregnant partner, good knowing there’ll be one less conspiracy theorist I might have inadvertently come into contact with.

  2. The competent midwives that I know understand and use science and evidence in their daily work. I would not feel safe in the hands of a midwife who does not understand the importance or effect of vaccines.

  3. Oh the venom of shrills does sicken……. this return to 1930’s Europe.
    Has anyone noticed, marketed to joe public as ‘jab’ because it is not a vaccine.
    Harmless jab, playful jab, nice jab………thrice yearly for always!


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