ER Editor: Yesterday’s edition of UK Column news (June 10, 2020) raised some very critical questions around how the UK’s National Health Service is currently being promoted to the public. The NHS is considered a national treasure; to criticize it automatically invites backlash in many quarters. Yet this vital discussion of NHS functioning (or recent lack thereof) during the lockdown and the current media campaign around it does just that.
What uses is this Big Government structure going to be put to under the New Normal?
We recommend watching the video discussion in its entirety, but here is a summary of the points raised up to 29 minutes. Alex Thompson is participating along with regulars Mike Robinson and Brian Gerrish:
- July 5th (72nd anniversary of the NHS): campaign for the ‘last clap’ is going on – Qu. should we be celebrating the NHS in this way in terms of its management and policies (not its workforce)?
- See graph for ‘lockdown deaths’ – why so many? Blanket DNR (do not resuscitate) orders were given by NHS as a policy; infected covid patients were sent back to care homes; care homes were instructed not to contact emergency services; non-essential surgery and cancer surgery/treatment were all cancelled – many hospital wards & departments were empty; there was no proper GP (family doctor) cover.
- BBC is acknowledging there are around 23,000 unexplained deaths but isn’t investigating it.
- BBC is saying the NHS will have around 10 million on its waiting list this year.
- Our argument is that the NHS shouldn’t be supported in its present form. But the problem is, what’s coming next?
- “NHS Reset” is being promoted – is it going to go back to what it used to be, or is it moving toward a US-style, privatized system with health insurance? The NHS is the vehicle for many upcoming changes such as mass vaccination, data gathering, AI implementation, etc.
- Original idea of NHS was ‘free at the point of delivery’ so that medical professionals weren’t influenced by funding concerns. Over the years, something has gone seriously wrong with the NHS. From the outset, it was a product of managerial model/thinking, despite the best of intentions. Other laws that accompanied the NHS creation in that era gave monopoly power to the government (e.g. town and country planning act; British nationality act; education act of Rab Butler; European military union). Big government has come to regulate how we live our lives, producing today’s deformation.
- Why is the MSM focusing so much on the NHS in its media coverage? (see discussion)
- Clap for Our Carers campaign: ‘clap’ means venereal disease in British English, so this is a curious choice of words. See the Dutch ‘activist’ Annemarie Plas, who appears to be behind this campaign yet has come out of nowhere; her website has a curious level of influential support among the MSM and key celebrities.
- What is really behind this campaign of ‘togetherness’? Big Business is definitely behind this, with contributions of over 123 million pounds to NHS charities. A coalition of influential people with globalist tendencies is also part of this.
- Is this a psyop to get ‘reverence’ for the NHS? (see the lighting a candle ritual for July 4th, in addition to one last clap on July 5th) If we’re focusing on this, we’re not paying attention to the restructuring of government going on behind the scenes.
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