SUPPORT NICHOLE BRUFF AGAINST THE BRAVE NEW NURSING WORLD

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Nursing has entered an authoritarian nightmarescape.

It bows to the hegemony of corporate enterprise.

Nurses’ every decision is controlled and pre-conditioned.

Conformity to the nursing hierarchy’s dictates brings harmony and agreement.

No one who lives in the Brave New Nursing World questions authority by raising alternative ideas.

Nurses are produced on an assembly line of uniformity.

All the basic rules of the nursing hierarchy are expected to be carried out by every nurse.

They are conditioned by the nurse ‘lectureganda’ industry to go along with their predestined life.

Aldous Huxley called the psychological methods used in Brave New World ‘mind-manipulation’.

The love of servitude is the stability of the Brave New Nursing World.

Is this what the human soul really craves?

Conformity leads to a lack of personality.

Personal choices are sacrifice for stability.

Aldous Huxley wrote: ‘To make them love it is the task assigned’ (to nurse ‘lecturegandists’).

Some nurses can not be persuaded.

Ignorance is not bliss.

Some nurses can not turn off their emotions and mind.

They are excluded by being classed as not sane and rational.

The excluded nurse may be realistic and perceptive.

Those who control nursing knowledge control nursing.

Nursing conceptual models, theories of what it is to be human, define how nurses respond to the needs of patients.

Nursing theories disparage and disqualify alternative theories.

Nursing’s hierarchy promote theories which maximise nursing’s professional standing.

The rhetoric of nursing theories define power over patients and nurse.

Once nursing’s hierarchy define what nurses should do, they can identify and punish those with alternative views.

Nursing thories variously describe nursing as an ethical activity.

Those who define what is ethical, identify and punish those with alternative views.

‘In 2013, nursing student Nichole Bruff was dismissed from Baker College in Michigan for allegedly asking questions about the way her instructors were teaching nursing students how to coerce parents into receiving vaccines for their children, even if the children or parents did not want them. Nichole wondered why a patient’s right to choose or refuse a medical procedure was not being followed in administering vaccines. To her, this seemed to violate medical ethical issues she had been taught in nursing school, so she wanted clarification on why vaccines were different when it came to patient rights and ethics’ (1).

Nichole’s ethics were not those of the nursing hierarchy, who identify and punish those with alternative views.

Nursing students are ‘lecturegandised’ to reflect a concensus supported by ‘Pharmacorp’.

Freedom to think and speak is not tolerated by the mind-manipulators of the Brave New Nursing World.

Nichole was told by a ‘lecturegandist’ that nurses should ‘educate’ parents about the benefits of vaccination.

Educated parents would then comply with the misleading information given them.

Nursing has entered an authoritarian nightmarescape.

It bows to the hegemony of corporate enterprise.

Nurses’ every decision is controlled and pre-conditioned.

Aldous Huxley wrote: ‘To make them love it is the task assigned’ (to nurse ‘lecturegandists’).

Some nurses can not be persuaded.

I call on all nurses to support Nichole Bruff against the Brave New Nursing World.

I urge all nurses to cherish Nichole Bruff

  and her revolutionary heart.

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1.http://healthimpactnews.com/2015/student-who-refused-to-lie-about-vaccines-and-was-kicked-out-of-nursing-school-fights-back-with-lawsuit/

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13 thoughts on “SUPPORT NICHOLE BRUFF AGAINST THE BRAVE NEW NURSING WORLD

  1. Yes; most definitely. The issue of vaccines is not the problem- it is irrelevant whether or not people agree or disagree with them. The real underlying issue is one of advocacy for the patient and the individual’s right to choose. Propaganda infiltrates everything. What chance has a health professional who wishes to question the hierachy? Don’t fool yourselves. Politics and nursing.

  2. Many of the thoughts I have had over the years. But you put it to paper much better. How can we help this nursing student?

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    • Yes, thank you. Again – the issue of vaccines is irrelevant. The point is- other issues raised by students or nurses, will also be “frowned upon”. Lecturers too- may be tied in chains if they allow it and can accept it. It is also irelevant what roles people have- certainly since raising issues, you may not find them working at all–. Who is the most intelligent- a “yes person” or a cast off?

      • Neither. And sometimes both. One cannot judge a person’s intellectual capacity based upon their obsequiousness or their iconoclasm. There are highly intelligent people in both camps. The vaccine issue is absolutely relevant because it is based on anti-intellectualism and a distrust of science-based medicine, both highly damaging to nursing as a profession. What has Nichole done other than try to glean money and fame out of this? Nothing. What is being accomplished by rallying to her cause? It makes us look like proles.

  4. Nurses must start and unite against those who think they are superior and that nurses, should bow and curtsey to them

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