Music: Formation-Slay

[Interlude: Messy Mya + Big Freedia] Oh yeah, baby, oh yeah I, ohhhhh, oh, yes, I like that
I did not come to play with you hoes, haha
I came to slay, bitch
I like cornbreads and collard greens, bitch
Oh, yes, you besta believe it

[Chorus: Beyoncé] I see it, I want it, I stunt, yellow bone it
I dream it, I work hard, I grind ’til I own it
I twirl on them haters, albino alligators
El Camino with the seat low, sippin’ Cuervo with no chaser
Sometimes I go off (I go off), I go hard (I go hard)
Get what’s mine (take what’s mine), I’m a star (I’m a star)
Cause I slay (slay), I slay (hey), I slay (okay), I slay (okay)
All day (okay), I slay (okay), I slay (okay), I slay (okay)
We gon’ slay (slay), gon’ slay (okay), we slay (okay), I slay (okay)
I slay (okay), okay (okay), I slay (okay), okay, okay, okay, okay
Okay, okay, ladies, now let’s get in formation, ’cause I slay
Okay, ladies, now let’s get in formation, ’cause I slay
Prove to me you got some coordination, ’cause I slay
Slay trick, or you get eliminated
(Formation, Beyonce, Mormon Church’s/CIA’s top female puppet,

July 4, 2017, 6:24pm.  About Me.
  I’m still at Starbucks in Manhattan, across the street from the former Customs House, which is now known as Smithsonian New York City, Museum of Native American. I wrote in an earlier post that, I was mistaken, that there was no bombing, shooting, stabbing at any college; there was no July the Fourth human sacrifice to Satan.  Was I mistaken??[Mormon computer gremlins sometimes illegally delete space between paragraphs.  There should be a space between the above paragraph and the following paragraph]

[New York Daily News, two days before Memorial Day 2016:]

The mayhem began about 6:30 a.m. when the attacker, identified by neighbors and police sources as Dorothy Curry, entered Millet’s room and stabbed her with a kitchen knife, cops and residents said.
(Deranged YWCA resident fatally stabs neighbor 80 times, barricades herself in room before surrendering to cops, New York Daily News, May 28, 2016,

As doctors and nurses reported to work at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center on Monday for the first time since a horrific shooting there left one doctor dead and six other people injured, hospital staff members began to reconcile their grief with colleagues’ tales of spontaneous heroism.
“Their complete disregard for their own safety was exceptional,” said Dr. Brian F. Gilchrist, the chairman of the department of surgery. “It’s a complete testimony to the teamwork and family atmosphere and sanctity of this hospital.”

Donna Lee Peterkin, a registered nurse.CreditHiroko Masuike/The New York Times

Donna Lee Peterkin

Registered Nurse

When Donna Lee Peterkin heard the first shots fired, she locked the door behind her and dashed for cover beneath her patient’s bed.

Ms. Peterkin, a registered nurse, comforted the patient, a woman with pneumonia, as shots continued to ring out in the hallway on the 16th floor.

When the commotion subsided, police officers kicked in the door.

“Stay here and don’t come out, don’t come out,” a police officer told them. Ms. Peterkin turned on the television in the room, and reports of wounded colleagues began to flash on the screen.

But Ms. Peterkin could not sit tight.

After the police told her that the gunman, Dr. Henry Bello, had died, Ms. Peterkin slipped out of the room and splashed through the flooded hallways, trying to evade the water raining from the sprinklers, which had been turned on by a fire set by the gunman.

“Peterkin, come,” a doctor screamed. “This patient cannot breathe.”

The patient was turning blue, said Ms. Peterkin, who has worked at the hospital for 25 years. The fire had deactivated oxygen machines, and at least two patients on that floor were left without oxygen.

Ms. Peterkin rushed to find an emergency cart and oxygen tanks, helping save the patients’ lives.

Peta Gaye Brooks, center left, and Mark Burgess, center right.CreditHiroko Masuike/The New York Times

Peta Gaye Brooks

Operating Room Manager

It was an ordinary Friday in the operating room managed by Peta Gaye Brooks when an intercom sounded overhead.

Ms. Brooks got on the phone and was told the news: There was an active shooter on the floors above them.

She immediately instructed the staff to barricade the operating room. But soon, a call from the emergency room notified her that the wounded were being sent to the operating rooms on the third floor.

The victims were five of her colleagues and a patient.

The first victim that arrived had a gunshot wound in the wrist and was screaming, “Save me, save me, save me,” Ms. Brooks said.

The second victim was someone Ms. Brooks knew personally, because he did work in the operating room.

“It was heart-wrenching to see him there lying, struggling for his life,” Ms. Brooks said.

Ms. Brooks helped coordinate the staff throughout the whole ordeal, ensuring there were enough blood supplies for the victims and the operations.

“It was a selfless effort from everybody,” Ms. Brooks added. “We had a mind block, it was just like a regular day.”

Four victims were still at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center, and one was due to be discharged on Monday. Two were at Mount Sinai Hospital. All are in stable condition, doctors said.

Mark Burgess

Nurse Manager

“Even though we might work around blood and body fluids all the time, it’s different when it happens in your workplace,” said Mark Burgess, a nurse manager of the recovery room.

As surgeons rushed to operate and stabilize victims, the building remained in lockdown by the police, and elevators were out of service.

While police officers assessed the scene, they did not want people roaming around the building, Mr. Burgess said.

But members of the medical staff persisted.

Dozens of doctors and nurses, he said, scrambled up and down the hospital’s stairs to bring  supplies to the operating rooms on the third floor.

“We’re used to receiving patients from outside, but in this case, it was one of ours,” Mr. Burgess said.

The most critical operation lasted four hours. The medical staff, Mr. Burgess said, continued to operate for hours, not knowing the status of the shooter.

“Everyone outside of the hospital knew more than we did,” he said.

Theresa Aryee, a registered nurse.CreditHiroko Masuike/The New York Times

Theresa Aryee

Registered Nurse

Theresa Aryee greeted the killer.

Ms. Aryee, a registered nurse, was on the 16th floor when Dr. Bello walked into the doctor’s station wearing a lab coat.

“He greeted with his head and I smiled back, and that’s it,” said Ms. Aryee, who did not know Dr. Bello personally, despite his time working at the hospital.

She said that Dr. Bello was cleanshaven and well dressed and that he “looked like a regular doctor coming into work.”
Ms. Aryee passed Dr. Bello and made her way to a room with two patients to notify them that she was about to go on a break.

One male patient asked Ms. Aryee if she could empty his urinal, and she agreed to help.

And that, she said, saved her life.

Moments later, Dr. Bello opened fire in the hallway behind her. She closed the door and stayed inside with the patients.

“If I wouldn’t have done that, I would have been dead,” she said. “I do everything for my patients.”

After the commotion, she, too, went out into the hallway to help evacuate patients from the building.

Five hundred patients were evacuated from the hospital that day, and only one sustained a minor injury, hospital officials said.

(For Bronx Hospital Workers, a Sense of Duty Amid Shooting’s Chaos, By LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ, The New York Times, )

[About Me.  What I like about The New York Times far outweighs what I do not like about The New York Times. Furthermore, I will be so glad when more college educated people wake up and stop being penny-wise pound-foolish; that is, wake up and realize, if they want a truly free press, they, not the corporations, must pay the publication costs.  There is no substitute for professional journalism.  Subscribe to a reputable newspaper.  Become aware of and support organizations such as Committee to Protect Journalists,]

For Bronx Hospital Workers, a Sense of Duty Amid Shooting’s Chaos
(At the Y, ‘They Take Care of Each Other’ – Brooklyn Y.W.C.A. Gives Women a Roof Over Their Heads, Isolde Raftery, The New York Times, October 1, 2010,

(Google search: “call of duty”, July the Fourth 2017,

(For Bronx Hospital Workers, a Sense of Duty Amid Shooting’s Chaos, By LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ, The New York Times, )

The purpose of this website is to expose the Mormon Church of Satan and all enemies of Jesus Christ the Way the Truth the Life, the Prince of Peace. This website is also the beginning of a presidential campaign to elect Caroline Kennedy President of the United States. I prayed to Jehovah God to please, by means of His son Christ Jesus, please, arrange national events and world events in such a manner such that Caroline Kennedy is elected President of the United States.  I know Jehovah God hears my prayer and will answer my prayer because that particular prayer of mine is one of my deepest desires and Jehovah God has promised me that he will satisfy all of my deepest desires.  All of the information posted at this website is interconnected; directly connected to the Mormon Church of Satan’s illegal sting operation surrounding Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide, and me. The illegal sting operation that encompasses every human being on earth, and has resulted in the LEGAL CASE, unlike any other, ever. The LEGAL CASE, headed to The Hague, Netherlands. cc all Mormon attorneys

As the Storm Approaches,
Maintain Your Focus on Jesus!
(Matthew 14:22-34; Hebrews 12:2)
(Concluding talk, Jehovah’s Witnesses Convention 2015, worldwide)