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The UKColumn was shocked to learn that a member of the public, who wrote letters and emails calling the Home Secretary a communist and criticising her for creating a police state, has been summoned for an interview with his GP.
The individual, who wishes to remain anonymous, informed the Column that he was recently surprised to receive a call from his GP asking him to attend the surgery. Once in front of his doctor, Mr X was stunned to be told that the GP had received a letter from the highly secretive Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) following instructions from the Home Secretary herself.
Although embarrassed, the GP understood from the communication that he was required to interview Mr X to establish his ‘state of mind’.
The implications of this incident are extremely serious, as they suggest that anyone who dares to criticise the Home Secretary, or perhaps even the government itself, will be regarded as mentally ill. Clearly for Mr X, Smith’s actions were intended to be a warning and the first step in attempting to brand him mentally ill.
FTAC itself states that… “the psychiatric arm of FTAC is an NHS service with a national remit, funded directly by the Department of Health and hosted by the Barnet Enfield and Haringe mental Health NHS Trust……….FTAC, in effect, is a new form of diversion initiative in which the interests of patient care overlap with those of crime prevention.”
COMMENT – She looks like Davros of the Daleks in that outfit.
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