ony Blair has said he will give a resigning date, after 8
ministers resigned from office in protest at his bungling of
national issues (news 6 Sept 2006).
Intelligence sources say his backers will not allow him to
resign until the invasion of Iran is under way.
Britain, through its pro-Israel stance, has been placed in grave
danger with the millions of Asians now in the country becoming
more and more angry over Tony Blair’s support of anti-Muslim
terrorism in the middle east.
The crisis ridden
British National Health Service, is planned to
undergo far reaching changes in the near future. The Daily
Telegraph in September 2005 and the Guardian of June 30 2006
both give pointers to the future changes. The Telegraph printed
a survey that showed British patients were 4 times as likely to
die as similar operations in the U.S.
Part of this was said to be long waiting lists, where conditions
deteriorate, and poor after care, where patients were often not
seen by experts, but by a “cheaper care sources”.
Money is very tight and just as in the other nationalised
industries like the railways and the postal system, where non
productive staff such as admin and managers, had to be cleared
away, this is on the cards too. Several reports have suggested
“less form filling- more patient care“.
Britain poaches nurses and doctors from poverty stricken
countries such as Africa, ignoring the differences in language
and qualifications, which can be a big problem area. But for
Britain, the main problem is that the country's population has
doubled in the last eight years, and reports say a new city the
size of Birmingham will have to be built every five years to
accommodate the newcomers, all types of foreign refugees, legal
and illegal, students, criminal itinerants, language students
and migrant workers.
So people who have never paid into the system, are drawing out
The Dept of Health refers to these as “health tourists” who are
a real financial drain; tourist information offices exist in
some countries like Nigeria, where people are told what they can
get if they come to Britain, and package trips where doctors and
dentists are the main focus, are commonplace.
The Philadelphia Enquirer recently printed an expose of how much
financial input goes into the system from the pharmaceutical
giants. All the main medical magazines; the Lancet, B.M.J etc,
are paid for by the drug cartels and sent to every doctor in the
land, to advertise their products.
Glaxo-Smith-Kline, is currently under investigation for
allegedly corrupting 6000 doctors in Germany and Italy where
doctors accepted bribes of £228 million between the years
Recent publicity highlighted that in the Britain of today, some
G.P.s can earn a quarter of a million a year; a sliding scale of
drug company kickbacks, ranging from a T.V., a holiday, or a car
are available for brand loyalty, and giving their drugs, even
when not necessary.
Pharmaceutical company based articles decrying alternative
medical practises, such as homeopathy, osteopathy and
acupuncture have been planted in the British press recently,
prior to them calling for an outright ban.
The morality of following drug company guidelines and dishing
out drugs like Prozac to children aged 8, or the drug for people
whose lives are going well but may be concerned things may
change, or the new drug Nalmefenil, for “normal people” to stay
There have been several articles in the tabloid press about
government ministers, accepting gifts in the form of either
shares or money from the multi-national drug companies, this
could be smoothing the way for the big shake up.
U.S. Texas based syndicate, is interested in a buy-out of the
N.H.S. £64 billion pounds is the figure bandied about for the
drug cartels buy out of the cash strapped British health white
elephant, so rather than Tony Blair actually deal with the
problems, he plans to sell it off, we are not told his rake off.
Article collated from various sources