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Terrible Nurses - MGTOW

Published on 11/13/22 / In Red Pill

⁣Sponsor Link: <br>Chris Whalen CPA <br>http://www.chriswhalencpa.com <br>https://www.amazon.com/dp/0979352266 <br> <br>Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIo0SPkVJyg <br> <br>Odysee.TV: https://odysee.com/@SandmanMGTOW:c <br>Bitchute Link: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/YIxeDBpkwsLT/ <br> <br>SubscribeStar.com: https://www.subscribestar.com/sandman <br> <br>Paypal / Email: Sandmanmgtow @ Gmail.com <br> <br>Bitcoin Address: bc1qtkeru8ygglfq36eu544hxw6n9hsh22l7fkf8uv <br> <br> <br>Hi Everyone Sandman Here, <br> <br>This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous and he's got a bunch to say and before I get to it let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Chris Whalen: Anyways, here's what Mr. Anonymous has to say and I quote: &quot;Hi Sandman, I had a stroke and was persuaded by an ambulance crew to go to hospital. I could not speak properly and had lost strength on one side. I had the attack the night before, but simply went to bed. The events started the next morning. I cannot stand bright lights and loud noise. The hospital tried to lower my blood pressure with drugs and failed. Then I was admitted. All was fine until the next morning. Unlike most of the other people in the ward, I was fully aware of events around me. I could fully understand people. The female nurses would gather at their station and gossip about the patients. They put me in a sideroom, but I could still here the whole ward and the gossiping. On the day I was due to be released the female consultant went back on her decision. Her approach was to ask me if I wanted to leave. I said yes. She walked away and told the huddle of nurses but I could only hear and not see facial gestures. I was shocked to then hear a nurse say...&quot; well I hope he dies &quot;. Obviously the consultant had made out that it was against her advice? I was terrified and told my sister when she came to visit...she confronted the staff and they admitted the situation. I had had a stroke and so my brain was not functioning properly. If I stayed, I would have to trust this bunch of people with my life and I had heard what they thought about me (and men in general). If I left, I would it be risking my life? But I stayed. The nurses then started gossiping again, This time I confronted them directly. Every time I did this, this marked me for further bullying. The matron was female and heard my story. She went to the nurses' station and told them to stop gossiping. As soon as she walked away, the gossip and slurring started. Just making things up and doing impressions of me that made me out to be the bully. I am not that kind of person. The next day. I overheard the nurses carrying out their ultimate punishment of men. They used the psychiatric department to get men locked up. This was a legal way of imprisonment. Behind locked doors. With no trial. The courier arrived to take the male victim and explained to the nurses that he could not enforce this. The court can only authorize that. The nurses told him that it was the man's choice to be committed. The man was locked up &quot;voluntarily&quot; for 6 weeks. Low and behold on the day of my departure, the psych team arrived to evaluate me too. I put them on the spot and said that I had not shown any behavior that would indicate the need to be committed. I was sent home and the psych team was left shaking their heads. This was something that was done persistently on this ward. But....Most of the nurses were not part of this 'gang' that had formed. When they saw the psych team arrive for me, they expressed their annoyance. One saying &quot;oh no...Not Andy.&quot;. I got on well with most of the staff there. <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request. <br> <br>Ad Image Credits: <br> <br>1. https://www.bigstockphoto.com/....image-13957406/stock <br> <br>2. https://www.bigstockphoto.com/....image-383198483/stoc

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