Jacqui Deevoy is an investigative journalist who has interviewed over 50 whistleblowers who believe their parents or partners were euthanized while in hospital. While I have no way to verify their claims, Deevoy’s presentation of the evidence is compelling to say the least.
For that reason, I decided to transcribe part of the interview so readers could parse the words for themselves and make their own determination. I should add, that I have read enough anecdotal accounts of suspicious elderly care treatment in Europe and the US (since the pandemic began), that I suspect Deevoy may be onto something bigger and more sinister than we might have imagined. And if there is a grain of truth to what she says, then open-minded people will have to mull-over the prospect that “depopulation” might not be such a loony “conspiracy theory” after all.
But that’s for you to decide. I’m merely presenting this video because I found it so disturbing and because I’m convinced that You Tube will remove it before it is widely circulated.
Jacqui Deevoy, investigative journalist: (Text starts at 2-minute mark) “Last summer, someone contacted me….he said his father was murdered in hospital… which was pretty shocking… but because I’ve had alot of people coming to me about it… I took it seriously…. So, I started looking into it, and what I found was pretty shocking…. We now have alot of evidence that what he said was true, not just for his father but alot of other people’s relatives as well who were victims to this “protocol”… I decided that this needed to “go public” so I contacted 28 editors…… But didn’t get even one single reply…. and that surprised me because I’d never been ‘blanked’ so broadly…
Gareth Icke–…”The proof is there in black and white.. and the amount of this drug that was administered compared to other years, is insane! It’s on average a 100,000 more doses of it (midazolam) per month then before the pandemic. And, the excuse that it’s being used in operations, but they haven’t done any operations! (The whole thing was a fraud.) So where is this drug going??”
A little background on Midazolam:
In the final stages of end-of-life care, midazolam is routinely used at low doses via subcutaneous injection to help with agitation, myoclonus, restlessness or anxiety in the last hours or days of life…
The drug has been introduced for use in executions by lethal injection in certain jurisdictions in the United States in combination with other drugs…. Midazolam acts as a sedative to render the condemned prisoner unconscious, at which time vecuronium bromide and potassium chloride are administered, stopping the prisoner’s breathing and heart, respectively….
Use in executions
The usage of midazolam in executions became controversial after condemned inmate Clayton Lockett apparently regained consciousness and started speaking midway through his 2014 execution when the state of Oklahoma attempted to execute him with an untested three-drug lethal injection combination using 100 mg of midazolam. Prison officials reportedly discussed taking him to a hospital before he was pronounced dead of a heart attack 40 minutes after the execution began.”