“Rosie the Riveters 2.0”
And the Pandemic Doctors Who Advocate Alongside Them
Below is a chapter taken from our upcoming pandemic book, which Dr. B and I wrote together.
According to the Smithsonian Magazine, in a special series on women who shaped history, “For more than 30 years [Mae Krier], the 94-year-old resident of the Philadelphia area has been promoting awareness of the roughly five million civilian women who served in the defense industry and elsewhere in the commercial sector during the 1940s war years. These working wartime women filled industrial jobs, like fastening rivets on aircraft and welding, vacated by men who left to fight...
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Mae Krier has watched members of her World War II generation die over the years, many taking their rich historical stories with them. And she is determined to preserve that history while she is still here to do it.” Found in the May 8th, 2020, article, “Rosie the Riveter Gets Her Due 75 Years After the End of World War II: Forever changing the nation, the women who worked in American factories during the war have been collectively awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.”
This nation has the utmost respect for the women that gave their time, efforts, and heart to fight an evil regime that allowed the death of millions of innocents. I know of some of these stories personally as my own grandmother was an immigrant from Germany who moved to the U.S. and became a citizen.
During WWII, while my grandfather fought in the war, she stepped up to become a “Rosie the Riveter” at Keesler AFB in Mississippi. She was quite a woman, and they were all heroes!
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we have seen the major universities, the world’s “top medical leaders,” the worlds health organizations, many of the world’s leading medical journals, and the large legacy media/ mainstream media outlets “abandon their posts” as they abandoned objective and critical thinking. We saw hospitals and physicians worldwide refuse to treat patients or, worse yet, inject toxins and place patients on protocols that were not developed according to the patient’s individual needs and symptoms, but were born of blind obedience to the organizations that had “abandoned reasoning.”
Many others stood up to do this work in their place. In fact, countless heroes stood up to fill the gaps that were left, not as our “men” went to war but as our leaders and medical institutions abandoned our ill and injured, leaving private physicians to care for them quietly and with the help of these new, grassroots organizations that filled in the place of health departments, and really the FDA, medical journals and more.
Their work bringing vaccine injury, Covid-19, and pandemic medical information, testing, case studies, and pathology to the frontline physicians allowed for the medical system to function on this skeleton crew that I call Rosie the Riveters. We didn’t know it yet, but Dr. B and I would soon meet them.
With the amount of information being exchanged and brought out in the few news and media sources that would publish or allow the posting of vital medical data, it was obvious that there was a global effort bigger than could be seen, as our media sources were not as established as the legacy media in such a way to have mass viewership on one platform.
What this grassroots movement lacked in centralized mass media distribution, it made up for in its ability to find its target audience far and wide with laser precision and an impressive impact. In essence, the medical data from organizations like the WCH, the FLCCC, or Steve Kirsch’s Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (which offers input and the expertise of world-renowned physicians, state-of-the-art technology, and laboratories (as needed)), brought information to the medical world for review and consideration in this new way. Their efforts and the efforts of similar organizations and individual physicians went “viral” throughout these platforms. The medical data was peer-reviewed in real-time.
But in unprecedented attacks on world-renowned doctors and medical data, to counter this effective data sharing, many of the legacy media platforms referred to these efforts by these organizations as “fringe” and attempted to claim they were political in nature. Nothing could be further from the truth; the global efforts by these groups and countless smaller groups were “nonpartisan.” Politics were not in the conversations, except to respond to the legacy media in saying there were no politics involved.
Pre-pandemic, the doctors had relied on their medical journals to help them, and they relied on freedom of communication with their peers in the past for medical knowledge, even during the H1N1 virus and other health outbreaks in the past. But in this Covid-19 pandemic, many of those resources were tainted or missing; many had been bought and sold by back-door big pharma and government deals.
So, although in the pandemic, there was not a “war” to have our soldiers go off to, there was a battle and an odyssey for our healthcare workers, physicians, and medical minds to traverse to learn a there was a novel virus and Covid-19 patients to care for despite the censorship of the medical data. And after the Covid-19 “vaccines” / injections came about, soon those injured by these Covid-19 injections needed care, and these same physicians would now need to learn ways to diagnose and treat these patients as well.
In our story, in early 2022, shortly after I came to know Dr. B, we began responding to patients who made calls or pleas for help with their unusual symptoms and severe vaccine injuries online. In these efforts, I contacted the well-known advocates and volunteer groups that posted videos of these vaccine-injured patients so that Dr. B could help with information or referrals as needed. He was added to their lists of providers that would see vaccine-injured patients (which was rare at the time). Almost three years into the pandemic, it is still difficult for many of these patients to find treatment and for them to be heard, but they are not alone.
These large volunteer and advocacy groups, such as Real Not Rare and React-19, provide information for vaccine injured. They tell their stories and refer them to doctors that will treat them. Again, the FLCCC and similar organizations like the BIRD organization in the UK and the CCCA in Canada provide similar advocacy and referrals for Covid-19.
These organizations came about as it is now understood that the public health agencies did not provide treatment recommendations or advocacy for Covid-19 patients when they first contracted the virus. They were told to wait until it was severe and then to go to the hospital. Additionally, there has been no recognition by our government agencies or large health institutions for Covid-19 “vaccine”/ injection injured. As a result, these patients have been exclusively served by private doctors and the volunteers that stepped up to help them when they first fell ill.
As Covid-19 patients can now benefit from the research, treatments, and efforts of these frontline doctors, the vaccine injured then emerged as a group that is in immediate need of similar research, cooperation and efforts.
A Novel Education and a Novel Approach:
In Dr. B’s quiet, small independent practice, he continues to see his patients during the day as he cares for his long-term patients, but he is also a frontline doctor to Covid-19 patients and now vaccine-injured patients. Late in 2022, there are still only a relative few who do this work, and so he is presented with patients in these emerging fields. He describes caring for the vaccine injured as an education. As Dr. B began to see patterns in the vaccine-injured cases and developed protocols for these patients in his care, we both worked to bring this information to others and to get the information online as best we could. He now networks with doctors in the US, Canada, and more. But getting this information out at first was difficult.
In this journey, I know that I, too, gained an education as the mother to a vaccine-injured son, and in time, others sought to learn from all three of our experiences. Every experience in this emerging field of Covid-19 vaccine-injured treatment was vital to bring to the world of medicine so others could learn from it and learn how it was treated, diagnosed and cared for by the patients themselves or the caregivers before they could obtain their medical care.
We also had busy professionals graciously volunteer their time to look over our work and give insight and feedback on our writing. To think we were just “nothing burgers” (as my friend Dr. Biss says) in all of this, but to realize that together, all of the volunteers and physicians were doing this similar work. In doing so, together, this group has been handling the whole of nearly all of the vaccine injured, related innovation, and research in these novel infections and injuries. These “nothing burgers” successfully did the work the major hospitals and medical universities should have been doing.
Our pandemic education certainly grew to more than what I imagined at the onset of this work. Of course, this was part of something much bigger than us; for every effort we made, even though we had not yet encountered them directly, we knew that thousands of others were doing the same work and that we all had the same goal: to save lives and to bring out the truth of the pandemic.
Much like Rosie the Riveters, we all were learning new skills and teaching others at a rapid rate so that lives could be saved. It became clear that what we were doing in the larger scope of our work was to embark on this new field of study as the pandemic was new information to us all. In nine months, Dr. B and I exchanged hundreds of news and medical journal articles, case studies, countless videos, social media postings, and webinars surrounding these subjects, including treatments, clinical trials, laws, restrictions, and much more.
Knowing that other groups and physicians had different information than we did, just like medicine has done throughout history, that data was shared, but again, due to the extensive censorship of information that was not “sanctioned” by big pharma, the government medical complex, and mainstream media, this information was not able to be exchanged in the traditional way through medical journals. It was shared mostly online in these untraditional formats, such as Substacks and podcasts. Later on, Twitter began to allow medical speech again in late 2022. We also had news sources such as the Epoch Times and Video channel sites such as Odyssey, Bit Chute, and Rumble. For the most part, YouTube censored and removed videos on these medical cases and their information.
Before this, for more than two years, starting in the early pandemic, doctors, medical professionals, and families tried to post stories, news articles, or journal entries online, and in doing so, they suffered a ban on their social media accounts.
But the proof of the shift of this idea of “all hands on deck” or “Rosie the Riveters” can be seen when the physicians needed to share this information. As advocates, researchers, writers, or volunteers, we shared this information in a similar way to how historians and anthropologists describe news spreading through tribes of the past. Each member of the “tribe” passed on information from small group to small group, which allowed it to reach the doctors and other organizations.
Even pandemic-focused medical conferences began allowing a broader audience than medical conferences had known before. A spirit of learning and working together can be seen in countless ways in this movement.
But as I read articles or received comments on my writing online, it became clear in this era that not many people knew how many others had stepped up to lend their expertise or time in any way it was needed.
Countless people have worked to bring our country and our world out of this pandemic and to bring reason into the conversations that were largely one-sided on mainstream or “legacy” media. This chapter and much of the work in our book is aimed at helping others to see the hope in these global efforts.
Every day has been a day of learning and sharing information around the world. Dr. B says, “We share with anyone that wants to hear.” And for any information that we came across that needed to be heard urgently, we wrote to media, doctors, or politicians so that they were aware of these issues right away. But, again, we were a small team, one of maybe tens of thousands worldwide.
Later, we began media appearances and made informational video clips. But, through it all, we have had one goal: to save lives. And, of course, we are not the only ones; even though at first, we were not as connected with the organizations we are now, we had faith and knew that we were part of a global campaign for humanity.
As many were gaining an education on Covid-19, sars-COV-2, Covid-19 “vaccines,” mRNA, and spike protein, I was also researching the LNPs, and the PEGylated lipids and Dr. B worked with me to help my research in this area. As we learned of life-threatening toxins in the vaccine’s LNP shell, we knew we needed a way to get this information out to a wide audience. We were one of the countless groups that needed to bring their findings to others. Little did we know that the faith we had; would soon reveal the larger movement of volunteers that support doctors like Dr. B and similar work to what we were doing.
It was this work that would lead us to learn of the larger, humble movement taking place in telephone calls and zoom meetings in the living rooms of some of the most dynamic people in this movement. By September 2022, I made connections with women in Canada who volunteered in work with Covid-19 and vaccine injury patients and larger groups behind the scenes. The way they work is similar to how Dr. B and I work. In this case, in Canada, two doctors work with a writer and an advocate, and they work to bring the stories of ill and injured pandemic patients (both Covid-19 and vaccine injured) and professionals who treat them or work to advocate for them to speak and educate others in the larger and well-known advocacy group there.
The work that Dr. B and I have been doing was unique, and it gained the attention of their medical group for three reasons, one, not many people were presenting the dangers of the LNP lipids in the ‘vaccines”, and two, my work was born from the determination of a mother whose son was severely vaccine injured by these lipids, and this meant that parents could recognize that they had power in fighting back and educating themselves and others about these dangers. The third reason is that my son’s case was diagnosed as a vaccine injury, and his physician (Dr. B) could see in the blood testing via the antibodies that his body had a significant reaction to the LNP lipids in the Covid-19 vaccine shell. This novel information needed to be heard to save lives, and the advocacy groups knew it.
It was in this same week, through this work and our story of the mother, the son, and the doctor who were compelled to save lives, that I made a heartfelt connection with the world-renowned Dr. Tess Lawrie. This connection and her efforts will forever change lives, and that was the point of our meeting and her taking the time to learn about our work and our story.
At that time, certain doctors started talking more openly about Covid-19 vaccine injuries. Shortly after, Dr. Lawrie graciously published my research with our shared goal of saving lives.
Then doctors began to write me, learn about my work and our work, and about Dr. B’s diagnosis and treatment of my son’s vaccine injury. Finally, doctors began to learn from this work and the work Dr. B was doing to help the vaccine injured as more and more of the injured found him and sought help. And now, this life-saving information and story is able to be heard by countless others, making its way around the world.
Media outlets started to contact us, and Dr. B and I began speaking publicly on vaccine injury, the LNP and lipid shell, and PEGylated lipids. This took place because of the bravery of a world-renowned doctor who had the same goal that we did, to save lives. I don’t know if Dr. Lawrie would want to be considered a “Rosie the Riveter, “ but she absolutely filled in a gap that was keeping this important information from being seen by those who could use it to save even more lives.
Soon, many more physicians began to be heard on the LNP lipids dangers and issues seen in the Covid-19 injections “vaccines.” This opened up a conversation that has brought more and more doctors to look into these issues and learn from each other. Currently, the LNP lipids’ unknown dangers in reproduction are being studied and researched by a vast amount of professionals. It wasn’t that no one was talking about the potential dangers in the lipids before our information came out; many were gaslighted, and some were speaking on it, but we also had specific information that could save lives, and that information wasn’t being talked about. The history of the dangers and the full story needed to be heard.
Because of the human element of my son’s involvement, many could also relate to what was being said. Most importantly, by physicians bravely bringing this vaccine injury and lipid toxin conversation forward, it reinforced the need and opened the door a little wider for other doctors and vaccine injured to follow suit.
Due to this course of events, many more women who worked behind the scenes in volunteer groups to help in the pandemic efforts to save lives who knew of Dr. Lawrie, quickly befriended me/us and then introduced Dr. B and me to their world of genuine advocacy that most would hope exists in this pandemic era.
It has been a joy and honor to meet this large group of unbelievable advocates who work tirelessly, effectively, and quietly for humanity. We did not know that there was such a large, coordinated effort, we had faith that it was out there, but we hadn’t met them until this point in our collective stories.
Before this time, Dr. B and I had mostly been putting information out, and he was called upon to help many of the ill and injured for a couple of the larger advocate groups. But we didn’t have a group that we belonged to that essentially had a developed network of resources and connections with media sources that could help us to quickly share information with a large number of groups and physicians all at once.
Most of these women worked within larger organized groups but what they formed is almost like a “UN” or delegate group that helped connect all of the larger groups, the independents, the smaller groups, the media, journalists, physicians, and more.
They developed a “delegate” group that coordinates the countless advocates on the same goal, to save lives. Brilliant.
I was pleasantly overwhelmed by their huge welcome at first. We laugh about it now, but I think I might have wondered to see what the catch was. There is none. The extraordinary, quiet, behind-the-scenes volunteer efforts that we have learned of in history in past global crises are alive and well in this group and many more groups that I have now come to know.
These fantastic humans work to restore medical freedom, help Covid-19 patients, Remdesivir injured, vaccine injured, help the bereaved, point out areas of need, and more. They all help each other in this work, and we now do this work together. The name is the nickname that I call the group, but the pandemic era, “Rosie the Riveters” is one of the most meaningful organizations that you may not ever have heard of.
Many of these women quit their jobs or chose not to go back to work and spend their days doing similar volunteer work to what I do with Dr. B. But some are volunteers in the larger advocacy groups, and some work with attorneys or media outlets, etc. Many of these women also hold full-time jobs and do this work in their “free time.”
P.S. The National WWII Rosie the Riveter day will fall on March 21st this year.
The women in this “pandemic era Rosie the Riveters” or “Rosie the Riveters 2.0” group are effective, and all are tirelessly determined. Some are medical or clinical researchers, some are what I refer to as medical detectives, and some are “tech geniuses” that help us all navigate the online world. Many/most are moms, wives, aunts, or grandmothers that operate with organizational and people skills that rival fortune 500 CEOs, but I see them as better-suited leaders than the CEOs as they have exceptional hearts.
Some work with the media, create videos, organize zoom meetings, prepare the injured and ill for interviews, and find media outlets for the injured and/or physicians to have a voice where they would not be censored. Their goal is to save lives by having this information seen and brought to the public eye.
This particular Team Humanity “branch of the group” welcomed me and Dr. B with open arms and began helping further to bring Dr. B’s work, my research, and our story to the public. They networked to have us featured on media outlets like Steve Kirsch’s VSRF channel and Mike Dakkak’s podcast (whom we had not yet encountered after meeting some media outlets and making connections through Dr. Lawrie).
With the ability to bring the truth forward, we have also been able to speak about the insidious nature of the gaslighting of ivermectin and the insidious hospital/Remdesivir deaths, which Dr. B had witnessed early in the pandemic in his work. We have been able to show that with love for others in our hearts, we can expose these issues and reclaim our medical communities through these informational and advocacy campaigns.
One of my dearest friends, Kim Witczak (global drug safety advocate), is in this “Rosie the Riveters” group. She is a powerhouse in this movement of truth. She has spent nineteen years exposing the pharmaceutical industry’s failures (which has helped to bring the research forward about the toxins and dangers in mRNA injection (vaccine) LNP shells as we speak on it together).
Dr. B is also able to speak directly with more physicians who speak the truth on these pandemic matters. Being able to speak the truth about these medical and pandemic issues is a subject that each of the physicians who work with these advocacy groups cares about deeply.
Numerous of the vaccine injured have been able to speak their stories to media and journalists due to the work of this group (and the larger and smaller groups that they are connected with in these efforts). Numerous doctors and patients have been connected. They are no longer alone and are no longer voiceless.
Many of these astounding women even worked with a producer to help out in the making of a groundbreaking bipartisan, full-length movie on vaccine injury called “Anectdotals.”
One of the most important aspects of the “Rosie the Riveters” group that they make known is also a shared theme in this movie. They both speak to say; These medical issues are not political issues. These are humanitarian issues. Red and Blue (and any political color) politics are not a part of this world of advocacy. Protecting free speech and helping others is. Everyone simply does the work, knowing this is what we are supposed to be doing. The health and safety of those who are ill, injured, or wronged in the pandemic are the goals of this amazing group of women that I affectionately call “Rosie the Riveters.”
Much like the women in WWII who left their roles to go join the war effort, these women have done the same. An area of humanitarian need arose in the pandemic, and they stepped up to the plate. It is as simple as that.
Now that Dr. B and I are welcomed by this group, one of the “riveters” that I speak with often jokes with me, “isn’t it better to work with a team now”?
Yes, my dear friend, it is.
In fact, it is an honor that we aim to uphold and that we can look to and assure the world that for each of those that brought chaos into the pandemic, there are more good people working to bring reason and love into this era in order to heal our world that was broken by their greed and ego.
There are no words I can write that convey the gratitude and admiration that Dr. B and I have for these volunteer “Rosie the Riveters” and the doctors and professionals they work with. All give their time and love in order to save lives.
I would like to ask any and all volunteer or frontline “Riveters" along with pandemic doctors, to "raise your hand" in the comments. Please feel free to share your work, the name of your organization (if you choose), and your efforts with us. You have the floor in the comments. And thank you for your kindness to others during this pandemic. Nurses, & "Papa Bears,"... your story is coming soon!
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Planet Lock Down video series on Rumble, starting at around January 19, 2021. I stumbled on it I cant even remember how, but fall of 2020 is when I started coming across several of these people in the videos that spoke to my instincts that something wasn't right. I couldnt wait for the next video to be released by an ignored expert, it really is a chronological learning oppurtunity of the Pandemic. I remember feeling a heavy heart of "fear" not my own but society and even remember remarking critically on the fear being pushed (read of listent to Jay W Richards on fear)...once Mattias Desmet - Psychology of Mass Formation came out to give context to what happened was also a turning point of understanding the real war we were in. With all this it was never hard to follow the FLCCC or CHD for advice. I have read or watched videos since early fall of 2020 at roughly 2-4 hours a day on all topics...if that isn't a critical thinking education I do not know what is. My subscriptions on Rumble and Substack are as follows: The Highwire, VaccineSafetyResearchFoundation/Steve Kirsch, Matt Ehret (for the global government history perceptive) A Midwestern Doctor, Robert Malone, neweest addition is Dr Naomi Wolf...this keeps me very busy....I have insider understanding what happened at the college athlete levels with two division 1 athletes...one graduating 2021 and one this spring 2023 (both unvaxxed, and what they endured) they were my reason for all of it, they were the reason for my deep dive....my youngest when he said to me "mom your not a dr!! I replied "but I never let you die on my watch, I have 18 years of credit, I am the only one in this world that is 100% on your side" trust me it was a FIGHT, he still suffers from knowing all of his friends succumb to the pressure of the vaccines, its a topic we still cant talk about only agree to agree not to get vaccinated... your story touched me because of the mother/son fight for their survival.
@amothersanthem you are a true warrior! We are so proud to call you a friend, and a fellow advocate. Thank you for taking our call, trusting us to help tell your story, and helping us tell our stories.