We know that the NHS is under threat. It’s struggling to provide the services and care that patients need with the limited funding it has available. We’ve heard about it from politicians and the media - but what about people’s real-life experiences? What about the voices from those on the front-line?
One of the saddest and most poignant moments of the investigation of the Iraq war was the death of #DrDavidKelly, the weapons inspector who was found dead back in 2003 having given compelling testimony that the allegations of Saddam Hussein´s Weapons of Mass Destruction were unfounded. #DavidHalpin is a retired orthopedic surgeon and activist who has been instrumental in questioning the official narrative as regards the death of Dr. David Kelly and he will join me today.
Please note, this is not a video, but an Internet radio broadcast.
A talk on the current state of the NHS, by David Halpin MB BS FRCS
A wide ranging interview which spoke for truth in the nation, and against the corruption at the top of government and in the tiers of power below. A possible reason for the likely assassination of Dr Kelly was stated. That is his possible knowledge about the incineration of the arms of Ali Abbas, his parents and ten relatives was most likely caused by a nuclear weapon. ** The most intense, short lived thermal or nuclear energy must have been the agent for such terrible injuries to Ali and his twelve relatives. A neutron shell as being the likely weapon was not mentioned in the interview but it is here.