The Western media portrayal of the Ukrainian 'crisis', but silent on the history. The words and actions of the psychopaths - Cameron etc.
25 March 2014
His excellency, Alexander Vladimirovich Yakovenko, the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the 'Court of St James'.
Many Britons are outraged at the manner in which Russia and its people are being 'demonised', especially by the state mouthpiece, the BBC.
Few Britons know that Nuland had visited the Ukraine three times since last November or that she had spoken of 5 billion dollars having been spent in subverting the country in the last few years. Or that she had appointed Yatseniuk as "PM" in an illicit government. We find the word 'hypocrisy' becomes more inadequate the more egregious become the words and actions of western/NATO/EU 'leaders'. We know that the sniper shots came from one source, killing 27 unarmed policemen and over 70 protestors. We know too that the 'government' arising out of this most violent coup d'etat has swept aside any investigation of these killings. As a surgeon I know very well that the investigation would have been straightforward. This is a good example of the depth of illegality of this gang.
This letter was sent to the Mid Devon Advertiser by David Halpin FRCS over 2 weeks ago. Not published. We hear that Ms Vasco Knight's actions are being investigated by the 'non-exec' committee of the Torbay ''Trust''. Likely the alleged bullying of the two whistleblowers by executive officer, Ms Adrienne Murphy, will be examined too. The chairman of the 'non-exec' committee, Ms 'Topsy' Murray, has withdrawn from the committee citing 'health grounds'. Bit soon in the season for long grass.
Scenario self evident. David Halpin FRCS blows the whistle and gives red card to Rom. In order to destroy OUR NHS, it is necessary to create chaos - quangos by the hundred, McKinseys, PWC, Deloitte made dominant, costs heaped on OUR NHS. Labour's PFIs - lead boots, to sink OUR NHS. The strategy Destabilise > Demoralise > Dismantle. Two examples of demoralisation - 22% of SW GP posts unfilled where previously doctors clamoured for them. Mirror - 6 out of 7 nurses in a survey were unhappy in their work.
1 in 7 will leave the profession: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/nhs-nurses-can-earn-up-3150612#ixzz2ta9y2i9S
This latter a reason for a full day debate in the House of Baying: http://www.healthwatchdevon.co.uk/
Notes from a journalist in the margins
10 February 2014
Many thanks to all of you who sent me suggestions for how better to protect my privacy after what looked suspiciously like a hack of my computer by the Shin Bet. There are some suggestions that I will certainly be incorporating into my working practices, as best I can.
I have received far too many emails to be able to answer each of them, at least not in the short term (although I will do my best over the coming days if my workload eases). I thought in the meantime I would write a quick post as a way to address more generally some of the issues readers have raised, including a few misconceptions I may have encouraged with my original post on the hacking incident.
Re: Alistair Burt MP/ Dr Bashar Assad/ bayonet up backside
Dear Ms Garnett,
It will not do Ms Garnett. My own 'MP' refused to pass a letter from me to the FCO on a matter of international and national law. I can assume that he will be as inert now as he was 18 months ago.
I have read the sparse minutes (surprising in itself) of the Standards Committee and can assume that this responsibility Mr Cox is not too onerous. He might take the view that the reputation of the House is so low that he might wish to exert himself in this. Someone has to stand up so that our country is not pulled further down. It is interesting that 'rules' are always invoked in the seats of power but so many are broken in the same places. I note, in this respect, the 'deselection' of Mr Yeo. I was, incidentally, responsible for bringing Mr Simmonds MP for Boston and Skegness to book for not declaring a large financial interest in 'health' during the debate on the disastrous Health and Social Care Bill. A good example of the probity of current politicians of all colours was the promise before the election that there would be 'no top down reorganisation' of OUR NHS.