6 Responses to “STUART WILKIE EXPLAINS HOW THE UK HEALTH SYSTEM IS DEPOPULATING THE ELDERLEY”

  1. Gordon says:

    We entered the baby boom years after WWII which tapered off in the sixties. Those babies born then are now of pensionable age in their 60s – late 70s and are – as far as the government is concerned – a strain on the national purse through pension payouts, providing care assistance and healthcare through the NHS. Therefore, how convenient that the 😷 pandemic should come along, hmm 🤔, and the first to be offered the kill shot was the over 70s with a DNR notice if they entered a hospital Covid ward. Next in the line of fire was the 50s – 60s age group and so on down to the 5 year olds.

    It’s clear to me that the government do not have our best interests at heart and that if they could reduce the pensionable population they would be in a win win situation saving billions on pension payout, care assistance and saving the NHS.

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