77 thoughts on “NHS Privatisation

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  • anno

    the pending machine didn’t like this:
    I quote myself:’That is the deepest imaginable level of corruption and collusion between political parties.’
    Then I realise that I am far more concerned about the collusion between NATO and so-called AlQaida ‘Islamists’ who have been through Afghanistan CIA training, USUK rendition to Libya, and now are in the NTC. Another Libya is coming in Syria, and Iran is the smokescreen.
    Nobody pays much attention to a Muslim on this blog because they think we are part of the problem. The contributers here think that money makes the world go round and nothing else.
    I followed the link to Terror and Revenge in Libya by Franklin Lamb, who suggests that NATO special forces are involved in the revenge process against Gaddafi supporters, while I had come to the conclusion that their presence there was to stop the
    Islamists from taking control of the Western economic assets.
    Maybe they have to do both, as in Iraq where the US disabled the entire Ba’ath regime down to the last man, in order to take control of the assets they wanted to seize, leaving the country in chaos.
    If Libya is a mini Iraq, the Islamists in Syria are in dreamland when they ask the West to give them a no-fly zone.
    There’ll be plenty of flies on the corpses.
    Assad claims that his corner of the Middle East have experienced ‘help’ from the West and they will never ask for a repeat performance.
    The bottom line is that post-Bin Laden Islamists don’t care a fig about casualties and they would be perfectly happy for another Iraq in Syria. They don’t mind if special forces murder people for their own agenda, so long as they had their moment of revenge and can tell their grandchildren they were jihadis who rescued their country from dictators.
    There is no difference between the political class of the West and the political class of Islam.
    Their families are all in safety living in European cities and receiving socialist state benefits.
    Just because Gaddafi introduced some social reforms and persecuted Muslims, the Islamists think they can target
    them as apostates from Islam. Why don’t they kill themselves for living in the West and sending their children to non-Muslim schools?
    As always the water is so murky that nobody can see what’s really going on.
    The Islamists hate being criticised for hypocrisy even more that the Western politicians who have thicker skins.
    US politics have gone mental with Christian fundamentalism, and Arab politics have gone mental with Islamic fundamentalism.
    In the West hypocrisy is tolerated as inevitable, but in Islam hypocrisy = disbelief. So logically, there can be no alliance between the enemies of Islam and Muslims. The treaties made by the prophet Muhammad peace be upon him with the disbelievers were treaties of peace, not alliances of war.
    In fact if any Muslim does that, they have de facto renounced Islam.

  • anno

    Another classic piece of hypocrisy from the Islamists is that the UK has a higher standard of public utilities because of colonialism. In fact this is delivered through taxation and socialism. The Muslim countries have corrupt politicians and we have corrupt politicians, all on the world resources gravy train, kept in power and funded by Zionist bankers. The ordinary man in the street does not take benefit from colonialism. We took it by struggle step by step, until after the last world war they realised they had to deliver the essentials of living to all the citizens.

  • Ken

    No surprise really that a private firm is taking over an hospital. This privatisation has been going on since Thatcher’s days not just here but around the world. The company involved have already claimed that patient care will suffer I believe,which says it all really. Just another rape of our country by private industry. Absolute disgrace.

  • anno

    We have a rule in Islam that whoever puts their effort into a project, like joining the Nato against Gaddafi , will have to take full share of the blame or credit of it. I hope the Muslim leaders are aware of that when they sign up to these partnerships.

  • Mark Golding - Children of Iraq

    The Secret Danger of the Big Society.
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    The fundamental undercurrent of Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ is the continuum of society which an individual is expected to serve as a basis for contentment. This vision embraces the dichotomy that the greater good for the greater number is key to human advancement. The ‘good’ in this case translates into using fear of punishment and fear of isolation as well as the desire for reward intended to keep the British population under control. This punishment is more effectively economic such as losing ones job, being passed over for promotion or losing customers. Reward can be great wealth and exemption from ‘common man’ regulations, a ‘stick and carrot’ motivation where the taste of the carrot and the size of the stick will always be different.
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    I have begun to realise all political parties are ‘wolves in sheeps clothing’ having sent their agents into the power centers of society to capture control from the inside. Power centers are those organizations and institutions that represent all the politically influential segments of society. These include trade unions, political parties, church organisations, segments of the media, educational institutions, civic organizations, financial institutions, and industrial corporations, to name just a few.
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    Local parishes, community centres, youth organisations etc are now prey to further control as the Conservative ‘Big Society’ uses a nice big fat carrot called the ‘Big Society Bank’ to capture and subvert community leaders. In the pyramid of power it is the community that forms the foundations and prevents the highest positions from falling, those that will dominate in a final consolidation and the realisation of a new world order. It is impossible to understand what is unfolding in the world today without being aware of that reality.
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    The falling towers in America were the catalyst for wars on terror intended to remold society after shattering it to bits or breaking it apart. In 2006 when the criminal Blair unveiled a small stained glass window in the London School of Economics many noticed a famous line from Omar Khayyam at the top:
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    Dear love, couldst thou and I with fate conspire
    to grasp this sorry scheme of things entire,
    would we not shatter it to bits
    and then remould it nearer to the hearts desire?

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    With this remoulding, ‘the heart’s desire,’ is really a noble conspiracy, affectionately described as the ‘New World Order’ and it’s attainment to be the highest morality possible in social affairs. To the Conservatives the virtue of this goal is so great that it justifies any act of destruction or sacrifice of individuals if it is necessary for its advance. Some of us become aware the philosophic, political, economic or social outlook that emphasizes the interdependence of every human in some collective group and the priority of group goals over individual goals, is the key ambition of the elite, a duty.
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    The legality that frames this ambition is all but complete because it is our politicians who make the laws and we, the people are forced to comply in the name of the law. To the enlightened we are being forced into a collectivist system against our will so the term ‘conspiracy’ is entirely appropriate. Britain has become an Anglo/American society, a Masonic controlled society whose aims rely on creating a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.
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    The Council of Foreign Relations members are the upper tiers of the pyramid. Obama and Presidents before him endorsed their policies. Obama’s shouts of ‘change’ really meant a change of existing CFR members while major policies did not change at all. During the big bailout in the Spring of 2009 when British and American taxpayers paid for the staggering losses of financial institutions, the lion’s share – trillions of dollars in the US and £200 billion in the UK within the first few months of the year, went to corporate sponsors of the CFR with concensus from the media, media personalities, universities, tax exempt foundations and think tanks.The public’s voice was muted.
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    Now we are left with the politics of stupidity, a three party charade that fools us into thinking we are participating in our political destiny when in fact we are being herded into high tech feudalism even without our knowledge. Voters make choices on good looks, smiles, baby carrying, televised debates, perceived sincerity and promises that will be broken such as tuition fees and NHS protection. Blowing the whistle on this legalised plunder has to be the politics of the 99%; while individually I believe we, all good informed people must rise and prevent this sleep-walking of our peers, we have a duty to future generations to break the conspiracy now in the run up to the next war.

  • DRE

    Imagine what profit you could make from all those data sets on a single computer system – the research possibilities are enormous. As for emergency treatment – hardly worth the time and effort.

  • anno

    I am very concerned about the collusion between NATO and so-called AlQaida ‘Islamists’ who have been through Afghanistan CIA training, USUK rendition to Libya, and now are in the NTC. Another Libya is coming in Syria, and Iran is the decoy smokescreen.
    Nobody pays much attention to a Muslim on this blog because they think we are part of the problem. The contributers here think that money makes the world go round and nothing else.
    I followed the link to Terror and Revenge in Libya by Franklin Lamb, who suggests that NATO special forces are involved in the revenge process against Gaddafi supporters, while I had come to the conclusion that their presence there was just to stop the
    Islamists from taking control of the oil and other Western economic assets.
    But maybe they have to do both, as in Iraq where the US disabled the entire Ba’ath regime down to the last man, in order to take control of the assets they wanted to seize, leaving the country in chaos.
    If Libya is a mini Iraq, the Islamists who colluded with the pack of lies of UN 1973 have now got Western special forces dismantling the entire infrastructure of local government and national economy. As they increase lawlessness so they will they will sow fear, and work their deadly Lawrencian ladder strategy
    through the Arab clans. They will rape, imprison and terrorise everyone, like Iraq, and make false flag massacres by Islamist groups in market places and children’s buses.
    Eventually the clans will sue for peace in order to rescue their family members from the torture prisons.
    The special services will say, ‘Well it was Libya. How do expect us to deal with these barbarians?’
    So, even if Syria does not have the oil resources of Libya and Iraq, there are other factors, like being neighbour to Israel, which will make them want to cause chaos in Syria and destabilise the entire country. Islamists in Syria are in dreamland when they ask the West to give them a no-fly zone. There’ll be plenty of flies on the corpses.
    Assad claims that a repeat of Libya will put the whole Middle East on fire. That is the truth. The Islamists are lying.
    Post-Bin Laden Islamists don’t care a fig about casualties and they would be perfectly happy for another Iraq in Syria. They don’t mind if special forces murder people for their own agenda, so long as they had their moment of revenge and can tell their grandchildren they were jihadis who rescued their country from dictators. In this respect there is no difference between the political class of the West and the political class of Islam.
    All political minds are the same.

  • mary

    Back to the NHS privatisation. Mark Simmonds Con Boston and Skegness and a Conservative Friend of Israel incidentally, takes £50,000 pa from Ali Parsa to be Circle’s strategic advisor as I said earlier on this thread.
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    On 8 September, 2011 he voted yes at the Third Reading of the Health and Social Care Bill. Nowhere has he ever declared his conflict of interest.
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    http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201011/cmhansrd/cm110907/debtext/110907-0005.htm#column_497
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    Remaining stages of Health and Social Care Bill
    08 September 2011
    The House of Commons held the second day of the report stage and third reading of the Health and Social Care Bill on Wednesday 7 September. The first day was held on Tuesday 6 September.
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    MPs considered New Clauses and amendments to the Bill. The Bill also received its third reading after a division (vote) and passed (Ayes 316; Noes 251) and will now be considered by the House of Lords.
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    {http://www.parliament.uk/business/news/2011/september/health-and-social-care-bill-remaining-stages/}

  • glenn

    Mary – I’ve no idea why Tony Opmoc posts this drivel periodically, perhaps his own excuse of having a major alcohol problem is the truth. Regardless, I doubt his wife (of which he writes overmuch) would be very impressed if she knew intimate details of their sex life were being posted.

  • Tony_muckup

    She doesn’t Look Happy.
    She looks like she could Stab Me In The Head.
    Maybe if I had One of Those American Football Helmets… or Maybe I should Just Keep Walking.
    If I Run Hard I can make it to the Station in about Twenty Minutes.
    The next Train isn’t for three hours, but I can always Hide in the Toilets.

  • Tony_mock.op

    It’s a Beautiful Day.
    That’s what Bono sang, but he’s an Irish Drug Addict and a Very Rich Person.
    For the Rest Of Us it’s a Difficult Day…especially when she’s Looking all Sour-Faced.
    I really don’t know whether to Stay or Leave. The next Train isn’t for Two Hours.
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    Now that’s a Head Fuck.

  • Tony_madcap

    It was in the shop.
    I was just looking at the Christmas Displays. But I wanted to buy some balloons, and when I got to the Checkout she had a Very Sour Face. I didn’t know what she wanted, I just Stood There. She turned and Called a Name. A bloke came out of the Office in the back. He had on Very Tight Trousers. He was rubbing himself just in the Place where cricketers like to Rub the Ball. He was looking very Angry.
    I dropped the Balloons on the counter and Ran.
    I didn’t know where to Go.
    There was a train in an hour and a half. I knew that.
    I could hear some noises from the shop, and I just panicked.
    Now I’m in the Station Toilet.
    But I can’t Hear the Announcements.

  • ingo

    Tony Opmoc. YOu like a good read, don’t you? This book ism about as good as Trainspotting, just down your street, nhave agood read, its written for you.

    ‘Dangerous parking’ by Stuart Browne. It deals with everything you like very much.

  • anno

    Did I hit the jackpot yesterday? Gdump,gdump,gdump,gdump…
    four posts all swallowed by the machine, all regurgitated in a row.
    BTW reports off SAS style troops in Libya were <2,000.
    Still a lot more than none and they know what they are doing now –
    removing the officials that know about oil. Iraq was the learning curve. Transfer of sovereign assets of Libya gdump,gdump,gdump gdump, quickly collected in the colonialists/bankers' hands.

  • mary

    The privatisation of care for the elderly hasn’t gone very well has it? Not a good model for Mr Lansley to follow. What happens to the NHS when the commissioning bodies’ money runs out.

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    Doubling in number of care home firms collapsing into administration

    Southern Cross joined by more than 70 smaller companies as care crisis widens

    Rupert Neate

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    The crisis in social care funding has led to a doubling in the number of care homes going bust, according to a new report.
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    Accountants Wilkins Kennedy on Monday saidthe government’s squeeze on social care spending coupled with rising debts and high rents led to 73 care companies entering administration over the year to the end of September, compared with 35 in the previous 12 months.
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    While the demise of FTSE care home group Southern Cross dominated the headlines this summer a string of smaller companies have collapsed including north Wales-based Southern Care Group, Cheshire’s Winnie Care Group and Stockport’s Grosvenor Care. Argus Care Group, with 500 residents in Scotland, last week became the latest casualty.
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    Anthony Cork, a partner at Wilkins Kennedy, said: “The care sector has gone through a long period of expansion during the boom years with many companies taking on large debts to fund growth. This worked fine as long as local government funding kept increasing, but with the recession and cutbacks that ensued, many care homes found themselves unable to service their debts.
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    “In a growing economy, they could have sold their property assets for redevelopment to reduce their debt levels, but this wasn’t an option because there are no buyers in the current market.”
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    Cork said the biggest problem for many care home groups was their eagerness to sell their properties and lease them back at ever-increasing rents.
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    “Cares homes that used a ‘sale and leaseback’ are now faced with rent increases that are far above market rates. This has led to a major cashflow squeeze when local authority funding stated to decline. Southern Cross is one example of how this could be fatal.”
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    Renaissance, the care home company owned by industry veteran and entrepreneur Robert Kilgour, will triple in size on Monday when a deal to take over four former Southern Cross properties is completed.
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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/nov/14/care-home-administrations-double

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