NHS

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AbbreviationNHS
Parent organizationDepartment of Health and Social Care
Interest ofDr. David Bell, David Halpin, Nicole Junkermann, Daniel Korski
The National Health service is the public health system of the United Kingdom

The UK's National Health Service provides a lot of free treatment for UK citizens.

The NHS is seen as a holy cow in British society. During COVID-19, this has been exacerbated, and exploited by politicians.

Origins

After World War II.

Privatization

A creeping privatization project has been underway for decades, degrading the quality of the service and introducing charges. The UK Deep state's Integrity Initiative was revealed to have an NHS reform group. As Robin Ramsay noted “At first look II is neither surprising nor sinister... The striking thing is the listing of an II subgroup on NHS reform, which has nothing to do with Russian disinformation operations. Given the orientation of the group, we may safety presume that the subgroup’s purpose wasn’t to oppose NHS ‘reform’ – i.e. its privatisation. And this suggests a wider, neo-liberal agenda.” [1]

NHS as a religion

Health secretary Sajid Javid to David Atherton on Twitter. Any attack on Big Pharma is framed here as an "attack on the NHS"[2]

"The NHS is the closest thing we have to a religion" - Nigel Lawson[3]

Blurring the lines between public and private gives the impression that "we're all in this together" - Pfizer and the NHS are one and the same.

COVID-19

How the NHS plans to use propaganda in order to convince young people into getting the COVID vaccine. Total con.
Full article: COVID-19
Full article: COVID-19/Euthanasia

Fear of exceeding the NHS' capacity due to an influx of COVID-19 patients was use as the major argument behind the UK COVID-19 lockdown. Thousands of patients were sent home and a lot of non-COVID operations were cancelled, leading to a lot of unused capacity and idle staff.[4]

The NHS, either through incompetence or on purpose, implemented triage procedures that created waves of increased deaths. This included increased use of the euthanasia drug midazolam and "Do not resuscitate orders".

British doctors get aid 22 pounds per child jabbed[5]

Parallel structures

During COVID-event, ministers transfer key public health duties from the NHS and other state bodies to the private sector without open competition, awarding a string of contracts to private companies and management consultants.

The key act that ceded control of the entire event to a handful of private individuals was the taking away of testing from NHS pathology labs and what was left of the old Public Health Laboratory Services, in favour of unregulated Lighthouse Labs and similar companies[6]. In Lighthouse Labs, management consultant Deloitte is handling management, working alongside the Big Pharma companies GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca, as well as the army and private companies Amazon and Boots.[7]

Allyson Pollock, the director of the Newcastle University Centre for Excellence in Regulatory Science, said “We are beginning to see the construction of parallel structures, having eviscerated the old ones”...“I don’t think this is anything new, it just seems to be accelerated under Matt Hancock. These structures are completely divorced from local residents, local health services and local communities.”[7]

Contracts to operate drive-through coronavirus testing centres were awarded under special pandemic rules through a fast-track process without open competition.[7]

Dozens of private companies won contracts to build, run and support "Nightingale hospitals". Consultancy firm KPMG coordinated the setting up of the first Nightingale in east London alongside military planners. None of these temporary hospitals were ever used, for lack of patients.[7]

Mass surveillance

"A British woman says she was threatened with police visiting her home if she did not download the NHS coronavirus ‘track and trace’ app", which was officially voluntary.[8]

Propaganda campaign

NHS poster on the London tube in late 2020.
NHS bus stop advert in Scotland.

The NHS has run a dystopian propaganda campaign during COVID-19. It is suspected that most of the PR is being outsourced. The Ad Agencies they are using must be raking it in. Despite this, the media has insisted that the only propaganda during COVID has been from those evil anti-vaxxers.[9]

Blood tests

The NHS is stopping all "non-urgent blood tests" from 1 September until at least 17 September.[10]

Crisis actors

In September 2021, the NHS advertised for acting jobs.[11]

During the vent Thirty-five organisations are listed as “data processors” involved in the NHS Test and Trace system but only four are NHS bodies. Four are Lighthouse Labs (see below).


 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Maajid Nawaaz““Up to 700,000 vaccine passports have been affected by NHS blunders, locking many people out of foreign travel, after the wrong data was recorded by health officials”

Imagine (if) this locked you out of DOMESTIC services?

#NoVaccineApartheid

#Resist
Maajid Nawaaz3 September 2021

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndDescription
Exercise Cygnus18 October 201620 October 2016Simulation exercise to estimate the impact of a hypothetical H2N2 influenza pandemic in the UK. One of the purposes of the scenario prepared by experts from Imperial College London was to overcome Whitehall skepticism of their earlier absolutely wrong epidemic forecasting, and to drill politicians to make certain prepared responses in case of an emergency. Held October 2016.

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:American Pie: The Real Story Behind ‘The NHS Crisis’Article2018John FurseThe Tory Government and NHS England continue their drive to complete the major steps of converting our tax-based model to a US-modelled public/private enterprise as speedily as possible, with Brexit providing a blanket diversion from what they are doing.
File:How the BBC betrayed the NHS.pdfreport27 September 2012Oliver Huitson


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