Preface. I wrote the e-mail below at 9.10 am on the 1stof December in the hope that ‘our’ MP would join other Conservative MPs in opposing further draconian and destructive actions to ‘control’ a virus that has petered out . I understand that he capitulated to the No 10 cabal.
I ‘phoned his constituency office the next morning asking him to call me back, so he could hear facts from a doctor/surgeon who was well trained at St Mary’s Hospital 1958 to 1964 in the relevant subjects of bacteriology, virology, epidemiology and immunology. The latter was very well taught by a leading expert in the field – Professor Ken Porter – later a Nobel Prize Winner. I was referred to the HoC number – but it recommended writing a letter or an e-mail. That office continues not to be staffed apparently, during the Covid ‘crisis’. A circular experience. No reply – not even the very usual ‘auto’ response. Searching ‘Stride’ on my website https://dhalpin.infoaction.org.uk/search?searchword=stride&searchphrase=all&start=20 produces 35 references. All attempts at any discussion fruitless.
Induced insanity. C19. Your vote today in the 'House'. Green's 'empire' - 13,000 and the rest from that alone. Debenham's >>>> Most in debt already. 70% of the British - NO ASSETS 9.10 am 1stDecember AD 2020David Halpin FRCS
To Mel Stride MP Central Devon URGENT Copied to Kevin Corbett Registered Nurse, MA, MSc - who with other courageous people is providing a mass of evidence re this global lie - kept going by 'instilling fear' - continuously - via all main stream media outlets - bar some deviation in the Sunday Times. I do not read the papers bar the local Mid Devon Advertiser - we use firelighters. George Pascoe-Watson - ventiloquist for Hancock, and major beneficiary of our taxes. Legal action in train - corruption/incest at the centre of our government.
I saw the clip of you on the State Broadcaster's (SB) regional propagandare nero programme last night. I learn you are thinking of rebelling - about time. You know your party has chosen badly. That his last chief adviser said that he wanted to be joined at No 10 by 'weirdos and misfits' will ring round at the next election. I might stand against you - certainly I am considering standing against Ms Morris in NA again.
Dear Prime Minister and the Rt.Hon Matthew Hancock,
I refer you to an e-mail, now a docx., sent to BBC Spotlight SW and the Leader of Teignbridge District Council on Friday 27thNovember. Attached
I have written to you and Mr Hancock previously attempting to tell you that there is very little in your ‘policies’ that has a basis in medical science. Other well qualified people have done the same.
You have ignored that advice whilst your draconian attempt to ‘control the virus’ has wreaked havoc on millions in the UK and seen the national debt climb from £2.2 trillion to over 2.8 in 9 months – now exceeding the GNP.
The regional propagandare neroservice continued its C19 output in the service of your mendacious and very corrupt government this last Friday. The so called ‘health correspondent’ Ms Jenny Walrond, with I recall her degree in English, did as she is instructed by continuing to generate fear by reciting cases of ‘infection’ with this virus in conflation with the ‘toss a coin’ RTPCR ‘test’. She also spoke of deaths ‘with covid’.
These are two brief case reports that have come to me since I wrote to Spotlight and the leader of our local councillor in the evening of the 27thof November.
Tears - 1 Cornwall 2 - Devon, Dorset and parts of Somerset. Solution - take the filthy masks off, and reject totalitarian diktats that have no basis in medical science. 27-11-2020 11.24 pm
Dear Spotlight, and Mr Connett, Leader of Teignbridge District Council,
I watched, to take the sickly pulse, tonight's Spotlight Evening News
Mr Connett 'There is no need for Teignbridge to be in Tier 2." Spotlight - 'The 'infection rate' in Teignbridge is the lowest in the SW. I write from Haytor in Teignbridge.
Mr Johnson, the philanderer and present Prime Minister, followed speaking of the need for 'clarity and simplicity'!
There were the usual, selected vox pops, of the usual shallow analysis.
It was obvious from the broadcast that the natives are getting restless - at last, and that further businesses will be joining those like the boarded up Ridgeways, Peacocks etc in Newton Abbot.
I am very glad to see in last week’s Mid Devon the wide, robust support for this hospital. It has served the people very well since very early in the 50s when Britain was on its ‘uppers’ after WW2.
Readers will know that I have been on the case for the Community Hospitals for years. I have spent thousands of hours in my retirement on this, both in South Devon, and Devon more widely – especially in its north. In spite of fact and logic, and along with other conscientious citizens, I have seen a fatal combination of the CCG and the Torbay ‘Trust’ closing 70% of these beds. As predicted, the inability to discharge patients promptly from Torbay when right to do so, and to exclude the best care to patients who can best be treated primarily by GPs in local hospitals, has been proven.
This has reflected a ‘neo-liberal’ ideology in the three main political parties. The idea is that ‘public’ is bad, and ‘private’ with so called competition, and privatisation, are good. For instance, a talk I gave in Totnes in 2007 was entitled ‘Your NHS: Going, going, gone.’ It was widely advertised and all those town councils where there were community hospitals were written to. 30 people turned up – mostly GP friends and their ex-nurse wives. There was one councillor. This was at the tail end of a Labour regime. For too many decades OUR NHS has been a political football and victim to political whim.
Readers who notice signals will have questioned why April 1stwas chosen as a calendar day for the launching of the Health and Social Care Bill in 2012. This was driven through with Lansley, now Baron Lansley. What ever was said ‘The NHS is Safe in Our Hands’ etc, the opposite was intended. This bill was not founded on professional knowledge and experience in our medical services. Instead there was major input from such as PWc, McKinsey et al.
Copies to Chairman of TSDHT – Admiral Sir Richard Ibbotson KBE, CB, DSC ‘Provider’ body
and Dr Paul Johnson Chairman of the Devon Clinical Commissioning Group ‘Commissioning’ body
and Professor Adrian Harris Executive Medical Director and Deputy Chief Executive, Royal Devon and Exeter
Open letter – see https://dhalpin.infoaction.org.uk/ or search ‘david halpin’
Dear Dr Dyer, 2nd of November 2020
This is necessarily long but should be of interest and a spur to re-evaluation of the present downward direction of OUR NHS, and towards the better for it, and for our society in general.
My own course as a patient, and in service within OUR NHS
You will know me by reputation, and from your wife Stephanie caring for me as a GP. She might have sought your advice as an endocrinologist about my iatrogenic but not fully expressed diabetes ‘insipidus’- due to damage of my secondary renal tubules from 27 years of Lithium – 800 mg pd rising to 1000 mg pd. Nocturia and extreme urgency of micturition resulting. ‘Isosthenuria.’ This was stopped in Spring 2019 at my request having learned of the cause of several ‘side effects’ from my reading. My fingertips were becoming numb and I love using my hands. This was out of self-diagnosis - ‘physician heal thyself!’. BNF advice was to review the need for further prescription of this nerve and kidney poison every 3-4 years. That never happened to my knowledge.
There were other deleterious side effects – cerebellar ataxia, thankfully largely resolved, shoe size increase from 11.5/12 to 14 – handmade boots necessary, sudden onset of hyperacusis with my own speech as I weened off the Li, etc. At a second opinion with Dr Jeannie Todd at the Hammersmith last March (requested by me) I was found to be a little dry (I note loss of skin turgor on waking in the morning), hyperparathyroidism secondary to Vit D deficiency, and some iron deficiency. Latter longstanding. I have put this down to achlorhydria. (Vit B12 required for about 15 years. I do not associate the latter with inappropriate consumption of Li.)