Dear Mr Ball.
Your reply, and my further e-mail to you in responses, is posted here on my web site:
Reason - matters of public concern.
David Halpin FRCS
On 13/07/2020 8:58 pm, Ball, Peter wrote:
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Environment Officer, Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
Dear Mr Ball,
There is misunderstanding. I was reassured as to the foam used. That is there were no toxic elements in it.
I copy my e-mail now and in bold are the reasons why I wrote to the Environment Aagency. My first concern is that the hoggetts grazing on the wood pasture do not ingest toxic chemicals. The second is the risk of toxic chemicals being carried down the ancient drove track, down the restricted byeway and into the Dod stream, and thence into the Teign Estuary . The buddles are nicely open at present but if there is very heavy rain, I know from past experience, that the buddles become blocked. This is often due mostly to vegetable matter + gravels. The stream is thus increased in volume and sweeps on downwards.
You say " I understand that my colleague has already spoken to Mrs Halton (I correct you - Mrs Halpin) in your absence (and advised you to perhaps contact Environmental Health at Teignbridge District Council) who may be contacted on 01626 361101."
There is no 'perhaps'. I am a conscientious man who underwent a scientific training in medicine, and who served for 40 years as a surgeon in our NHS - in the main as a consultant orthopaedic and trauma consultant . A man who keeps up to date with environmental matters. I think the potential dangers here need the expertise of the Environment Agency.
With regard to the burnt out vehicle, as this has now been moved on to private land, you will need to contact TDC yourself to request that this is moved. Tina Scotland is the Abandoned Vehicle Clerk at TDC and may be able to help.
If the Parish Council had not removed the posts which had prevented use by 4x4s over 12 years there would be no burned out vehicle - the clear result of arson. As I have said, this was the culmination of a malicious campaign by the PC that had no basis in law. The 'vehicle' was removed at my request so that people could use the track and avoid seeing the centre of a very morbid, indeed evil picture. 2 women walked up today as Richard and I were burning the large amount of brash I had to remove to allow the 'vehicle' to be lifted out.
Dear Mr Stride,
About a month ago there were five full pages dealing with this virus which has characteristics that are dangerous to particular groups in the Mid Devon Advertiser and the Independent which Susan currently reads. (The only newspaper I read is the MDA, and sift quickly through the Western Morning News on a Saturday.)
I assume that all local and national papers printed the same. I recall the familiar rainbow as being on the front page with those slogans - Protect the NHS etc. The rainbow incidentally was associated with the peace movements, and especially the anti-nuclear but more recently with 'Gay Pride'.
Questions to you -
ONE What was the total cost to the Exchequer of this propaganda on those relevant days?
TWO Through what budget were the newspaper companies paid? Was it from the DOH/Public Health England?
THREE What is the total sum paid for all the propaganda to do with C19?
The banning by the US FDA of Irwinase.
Dear Mr Stride,
I refer you to this post on my website
https://dhalpin.infoaction.org.uk/2-articles/correspondence-with-politicians/299-re-matthew-john-david-hancock-secretary-of-state-for-health 1st May. Now 6 weeks ago.
As our representative of the citizens of Central Devon I respectfully ask you these five questions. There are many more of course -
ONE Do you believe it is right either morally or in law for Public Health England to be the sole owner of a small 'pharmaceutical' company.?
TWO Why did PHE set up this company, and in this field in 2014?
I was bucked by the supportive letter from Bryan Thomas of Abbotskerswell 2 weeks ago. Two citizens took issue with him in last week’s MDA but avoided a tilt at me!
Note that a SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies) minute spoke of ‘instilling fear’. You might know that Dominic Cummings attended some of its meetings but he is no scientist! My near namesake, Dr David Halpern PhD FacSS, was there. He runs a large team of graduates under the name of the Behavioural Insights Team, or more ordinarily the ‘Nudge Unit’. It was in No 10 but growth caused its translocation down the road. There is a team of the same name in our ‘ally’, the US of A.
Dr Halpern is a psychologist with a distinguished academic history. Wiki quotes - “11 March 2020 he gave an interview to the BBC on the importance of shielding vulnerable people during the C19 ‘pandemic’ until herd immunity was achieved.” He was right then but Government negligence followed. As Professor Knut Wittkowski said several times before he was quickly censored, all that ‘lockdown’ etc would cause, is extension of the epidemic. Most people know that their behaviour is being recorded – eg. what you put in your trolley at the ‘super’market, your image on CCTV cameras – more in Britain than in any other nation we are told. The Nudge Unit’s skill is in tweeking our behaviour via our perceptions. What we fear, like an invisible virus, is basic in our reactions. I would bet the nudgers suggested that puerile red and yellow cross hatching round the lecterns for those stilted ‘press conferences’ in No 10.