Dear Mr Shaw,
I have not heard from you, as one of the 25 million licence payers and someone with a close knowledge of the Middle East. This country is in TROUBLE and its citizens should be informed for several reasons.
The number of arrests following this latest killing is unprecedented. That suggests a large cell. The picture painted by Tony Cartalucci appears to fit. That is there is an organization bent on further killing and mayhem that has had a benign relationship with the SIS. If this organization is the LIFG and the UK has colluded with it, we must be told.
You will know by now. Is this cell LIFG and if not, what is its character/name.
A letter to Baroness Lawrence, dated April 12th 2017
Dear Baroness Lawrence,
When people suffer from the cruelty and injustice of others, everyone of us should speak up, especially a human in your position as a member of the Joint Committee on Human Rights. You have not answered my first letter on behalf of children imprisoned and tortured in Israeli jails, and neither the e-mail below.
I will put the whole together and post that on my web sites http://dhalpin.infoaction.org.uk/
as well as on the Dove and Dolphin web site http://www.doveanddolphin.com/
Perhaps you might break your silence and tell us what purpose you serve in the 'other place' - at our expense.
David Halpin FRCS
I have not heard from you or from Ladies Lawrence or Evans. I imagine you are limited. It is extraordinary. I have not had one word back after I have related a few of the terrible crimes being perpetrated by what is accurately called the Zionist entity. (De facto statehood). The entity prefers 'Jewish state' which puts the native people in limbo.
The silence speaks volumes and it means complicity with the multitude of crimes.
A fragment of the suffering came to me from a retired British teacher who has been in the ''West Bank'' several times to help resist the destruction of Palestinian homes - the 'temples of the family' as I have called them -
I spoke to my dear friend Ikhlas Eshtaya (known as Yasmeen) this afternoon 22-06-17. She told me the following.
A letter to Admiral Sir Richard Ibbotson, dated April 13th 2017
Admiral Sir Richard Ibbotson KBE, CB, DSC, DLChairman of the Board of the Torbay and South Devon NHS Trust
Dear Sir Richard,
I write to you in your position as Commander of HMS Torbay! I assume you have ultimate responsibility for the actions, both good and bad, that take place under you. Thus I bring to you a very disturbing facet of the new plan for 'care at home'.
I am confident in writing to you because I was trained very well in all specialisms at St Mary's Hospital, qualifying in 1964. I then spent 11 years training in surgery, the last 5 being in orthopaedic and trauma surgery. I was appointed to serve in this role at Torbay in 1975. Although my 77th birthday is tomorrow, I have continued to take the closest interest in our medical services and in my fellow man, both here and in the world.
My central concern (among many) is contained in the annexe below - “prevention of hospital admissions”. This duty, as stated, is unethical. Furthermore, it places a burden on a person who has not been asked to provide evidence of any relevant qualification. Any conscientious GP would always consider whether admission to hospital was necessary and many would have the great benefit of observing/treating some patients in the local Community Hospital. So the only words which have an ethical basis is 'the Assistant Practitioner/Intermediate Practitioner will bring any concern about the patient to the GP.' He or she will consider the need for hospitalisation. (The title of this 'practitioner' is nebulous and should be clearly defined.)