Canadian Frontline Nurses is an association of medical professionals who are taking off their masks and declaring their freedom at a recent protest, representing the Toledo community, and absent was mainstream media, who have been hard against the nurses.
“We are against muzzling,” one participant said, explaining the scene in the opening of the protest, introducing the group. “We are witnessing crimes against humanity in the medical field, with people dying alone, overdosing and dying of depression, we want the brave nurses to stand with us,” one speaker said.
Numerous medical professionals spoke about being fired, being investigated, and being faced with cancel culture after protesting the government’s shutdown orders.
“We are building a health care system of our own, by the people and for the people, one nurse said at the rally. We need to unify our beliefs with our rights. In nursing school, we were taught to defend people in a pledge to do no harm. I am a free nurse,” she said.
“I am the People’s Nurse,” she said.
Vision: To restore our freedoms and rights as Canadian citizens and reinstate the four ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and justice within nursing,” according to the group’s website:
Concerned professionals from across Canada have joined together in response to the draconian measures that are causing harm and suffering in our communities. We are uniting our voices in truth to form Professionals Against Lockdowns.
Professionals Against Lockdowns aims to combat industry censorship by providing clear, evidence-based, scientific research that will educate and empower the public. Our hope is to create a more ethical response to COVID-19 that does not include harmful lockdowns or stay-at-home orders, which recklessly violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
We are a group of Doctors, Nurses (Canadian Frontline Nurses), Healthcare Professionals, Police (Police on Guard For Thee), Teachers, and Legal Experts (Ontario Civil Liberties) who have signed the following statement:
“We are active and non-active members in our respective fields. We are being censored, our jobs and licenses are under threat, and we are unable to advocate for our community. Therefore, we stand together, united in truth, because it is our professional duty to protect the public, our communities, and our children. We will advocate for what is right and speak up against harm. Together, we will continue to be the voice for the voiceless to ensure that the truth about these lockdowns is heard.
The government’s response has lacked a risk variant analysis on all our populations. We are seeing the harm being done first-hand. We know lockdowns, isolation of healthy individuals, and the violation of our rights are causing more harm than good. We have suppressed our consciences for too long and a fact-based, ethical approach is greatly needed which will allow our communities to thrive while still protecting the vulnerable.
We devote our energy and efforts to the following just and compassionate objectives: to uphold and protect rights and freedoms, to allow for informed consent and medical transparency, to allow for censor-free dialogue, and to honour and protect our children as well as the elderly.
We hereby voluntarily sign this statement on the 4th day of March, 2021.”
Professionals Against Lockdowns is open to any professional that wishes to end lockdowns and stand united in truth for our fellow Canadians.
Liberty Coalition Canada is pleased to host and support Professionals Against Lockdowns on our media platforms,” is posted on their website.
‘Stand in your power, revolutions are not easy,” one nurse said.
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Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776