NHS abattoir buries victims and truth

Anonymous said…
It’s Common Purpose ‘graduates’ in the top positions instilling the sense of fear amongst NHS staff.

The current lot in Parliament are just following their paymaster’s instructions which is to ultimately privatize the NHS. 

Call it a UK version of Obamacare.

I believe there was an article in The Mirror the other day which ‘exposed’ the current government plan to privatize the NHS. 

Bidders are already lining up apparently.

Privatizing the NHS is the ultimate low as profits will be put first and people’s lives put second.

We are all useless eaters in the eyes of the globalist elite remember.


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NHS whistleblower faces ruin after speaking out about patient safety

An NHS whistleblower who claims he was paid £500,000 to keep quiet over patient safety last night said he feared he would “lose everything” by speaking out against the “culture of fear” in the health service.

An NHS whistleblower paid £500,000 to keep quiet over patient safety has broken his silence to speak out about the “culture of fear” in the health service.

Former NHS Hospital Chief Executive Gary Walker Photo: David Rose
By , and Richard Alleyne

7:00AM GMT 15 Feb 2013
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Gary Walker, who was head of a hospital trust that is now being investigated over high death rates, said he was paid £500,000 to keep quiet when he was dismissed in 2010. 
But when he decided to reveal his concerns earlier this week he was threatened with legal action and told by the NHS he faced paying back the money and any extra legal costs.

The father-of-two went ahead anyway. 
“I stand to lose everything if they sue,” he told the Daily Mail. 
I only signed the order because my legal fees had reached £100,000 and I was about to lose my house. 

“Now I risk having to repay even more than the settlement because I could beliable for the trust’s legal fees. I face ruin.

“But it has got to the stage where thousands and thousands of patients are dying needlessly in NHS hospitals and the government says no one’s to blame, someone needs to stand up and be counted.”
Mr Walker alleges that he prioritised scarce resources on emergency care despite pressure from above to meet targets on non-emergency treatment “whatever the demand”, while he was chief executive at the United Lincolnshire Hospitals trust (ULHT).
He claimed that on one occasion he was even ordered by a strategic health authority boss, now a senior NHS official, to take hospitals off “red alert” status – meaning that they were too full to take any more patients – because of a delicate budget meeting taking place at the time.
The allegations prompted Stephen Dorrell, chairman of the Commons health select committee, to call for a new criminal offence to combat the “corrupt” practice of NHS employees being gagged from speaking out over patient safety.
Mr Walker was sacked from the Trust in February 2010. Officially, the reason for his dismissal was that he swore openly at meetings but his supporters claimed there was more to the charge. 
The trust is now being investigated over fears that as many as 500 patients may have died needlessly because of poor care. 
Mr Walker told a newspaper that he warned Sir David in a three-page letter in 2009 that things were going badly wrong. 
Managers in the trust had been told their “careers rested on delivering the targets” and were neglecting patient care, he told the Daily Mail.

He claimed Sir David was “not interested in patient safety” and should resign.
The NHS chief is already under pressure for presiding over the Mid Staffordshire scandal where failures in patient care that led to the deaths of up to 1,200 patients were laid bare in a damning report last week.

He has resisted calls to quit.

Mr Walker said he had warned senior civil servants that he was confronted with the same choices over prioritising care that resulted in the scandal.
He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “It’s a simple decision: you have emergency care or you have care that could wait. 

“It’s not nice to wait but it could wait and therefore we chose as a board – it was not just me – that … emergency care should take priority.”
He said he was ordered by the East Midlands Strategic Health Authority to meet the 18-week non-emergency target “whatever the demand” and was told to resign when he would not do so.
Mr Walker told the Today programme he accepted a so-called “supergag” as part of a settlement package of an unfair dismissal claim – reported to be at least £500,000 – to protect his family. 
He said: “This is a culture of fear, a culture of oppression – of information that’s either going to embarrass a civil servant or embarrass a minister.
“These are big problems. And if you consider that the people that have been running the NHS have created that culture of fear, they need either to be held to account or new people need to be brought in to change that culture.”
Mr Walker said on one occasion he had put hospitals on “red alert” – a system used within the NHS to tell other hospitals, ambulances, and GPs that the hospital is full.
“I got a phone call from the health authority – this is Barbara Hakin – saying to me that I needed to come off red alert.

I said ‘the hospital is not safe to come off red alert’ because it’s full’. 

“The response was ‘well, we have a capital budget that we’re going to approve today and if you’re still on red alert it’s going to be difficult for me to support your case to the board.

“My view was ‘what’s the approval of capital money got to do with running a safe hospital?’ So these are the sort of the threats that are made to you in order for you to keep trying to deliver targets and that’s just not the right way.”
A statement on behalf of the East Midlands Strategic Health Authority and Dame Barbara Hakin said: “The East Midlands SHA totally refutes all the allegations made by Gary Walker and his account of the specific conversations with Dame Barbara Hakin, the then SHA chief executive. 

“During her tenure as SHA chief executive, Dame Barbara Hakin acted at all times in the interest of patients, ensuring that they received high quality and safe services.”
ULHT said: “The agreement we reached with Gary Walker is not about stopping people from raising any concerns they may have around patient services, it related to employment proceedings.”

An NHS spokesman said it had recently set out a “legal right” for staff to raise concerns about safety and it had been made it clear to NHS hospitals that “gagging” clauses should not be used.
Mr Dorrell, a former health secretary, condemned the use of gagging orders and told an interviewer on Today: “This has been going on for far, far too long and I don’t think your word corrupt is too strong.
“It is fundamentally wrong that within a service that uses public money to treat patients, that information about patient safety should be regarded as something that is negotiable whether people are accountable for it.
“We need to deliver a fundamental change in a culture which thinks this kind of practice is acceptable.”
He said his committee would consider a recommendation from the Mid Staffs report by Robert Francis that “action taken by any individual within the health service to suppress information which relates to patient safety … should be a criminal offense”.

TAPthe use of the criminal law against individuals seems a hardly adequate or effective response for what is clearly a systemic situation approved and engineered by people higher up the tree.  The fact is the NHS has an incentivised death structure.  The more people that die more quickly, the more money the hospitals are paid.  It sounds like a joke.  The UN Agenda 21 is being applied quite literally.  The depopulation agenda naturally includes ending as many lives as possible, without alerting the natives, as well as sterilizing billions through vaccination.

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3 Responses to “NHS abattoir buries victims and truth”

  1. Anonymous says:

    And it’s the Common Purpose ‘graduates’ at the top positions that are instilling the sense of fear amongst staff.

    The current lot in Parliament are just following their paymaster’s instructions which is to ultimately privatize the NHS. Call it a UK version of Obamacare.

    I believe there was an article in The Mirror the other day which ‘exposed’ the current government plan to privatize the NHS. Bidders are already lining up apparently.

    Privatizing the NHS is the ultimate low as profits will be put first and people’s lives put second.

    We are all useless eaters in the eyes of the globalist elite remember.

  2. Anonymous says:

    To talk ofa crime is seen as a greater offence than to actually kill of people, just like in Russia, the NHS the army and Royal Mail persecute whistleblowers, its time all their crimes were exposed for all to see.
    Peter Wilson

  3. Julia says:

    There is a big incentive to kill off anyone retired to reduce the pension payout. Think about it.
    Pensions are paid by the government or by the banks behind the private pension schemes.
    While people are working they are paying tax called income tax, and tax called pension or National Insurance. That’s food for the government and banks, all the money they pay out in wages coming straight back in to pay out for more slaves to their agenda.
    When people retire, the situation reverses a bit, and the incentives change. Either new schemes have to be invented to get money off retired people, like house extensions to increase mortgages, or solar panels (pay up front, promise of returns in the future), or nursing homes. For retired people that have no money to be conned out of, the only incentive is to get rid of them, so you don’t have to pay the pension back that you stole from them bit by bit over their lifetime.
    The NHS will be part of this agenda.
    The last time I went to hospital, the main incentive for the NHS was to get me back to work. Not my health.
    I steer clear of them, sort out my own health or see alternative practitioners.

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