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  • Comment on: Labour unveils pledge to train 1,000 extra nurses this year

    david hill's comment 26 April, 2015 3:11 pm

    Remember, the last Labour government amassed or allowed more debt to grow for the people of the UK than any other UK government in history. But they did this by stealth in a lot of ways and where PFI as an example was 'off-balance sheet' and although the country will have amassed debts of over $450 Billion (Nearly 1/2 trillion dollars and 1/5th of the UK's national GDP) by the time it is paid off (if ever), Labour will do it all over again given the chance.

    Labour take no blame for this and would probably use more PFI and PPP to increase the UK's debt even further off-balance sheet. Remember that Miliband has stated that he will not borrow. What he means by this is that he will not borrow that shows up as national debt, but that still leaves him to borrow and borrow off-balance sheet and the people will be no wiser unless someone educates them in what is actually happening.

    Therefore don't believe Miliband is my advice as he will borrow money no matter what (he has to do to keep his manifesto promises), whether it be seen or not seen by the British taxpayer - 'UK's Debt is far more than what people really think -

    The above debt that was predominantly amassed by the UK during Labour's 13 years in government, shows how a Labour government cannot be trusted with the UK's economy. For the analysis by PwC was undertaker in 2009, when Labour was still in power and had created this unprecedented debt for the British people, whether on the government's balance sheet or off-balance sheet (borrowing and creating taxpayer supported debt by stealth).

  • Comment on: 'Mismatch' between flu vaccine and circulating virus strains

    david hill's comment 6 February, 2015 6:51 pm

    Highly alarming for everyone and it just shows again that if a human-to-human killer strain of the bird flu ever emerged that hundreds of millions if not a billion people would be wiped out, as flu viruses are constantly changing through mutations - fact not fiction. Indeed in the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic it was the second wave that killed up to 100 million people worldwide that had mutated from the initial Spanish flu virus. But if we look at the swine flu of 2009 (a bird flu variant) pandemic, we see that we would lose the war for survival as drugs would come far too late to help us when analysed the virus from first death to when the population were inoculated against it. Indeed if we look at the official statistics and compare Swine flu with the greatest human killer of all time Spanish flu, we see that most, in the case of Spanish flu, had done its worst in the first 6 months . But if we look at the Swine flu pandemic of 6 years ago we see that the first vaccine was not really until 7 months 1 week after the first human swine flu death. Therefore we are all fooling ourselves in putting hope in the hands of drugs and where they will arrive too late - indeed we shall be dead. That is why Professor Kennedy Shortridge, a world leading expert in microbiology put forward the only strategy that would save humans from such a virulent human killer and which stopped the bird flu outbreak in Hong Kong in its tracks. So why was this strategy not adopted you might ask? Well, the pharmaceutical industry did not want it to see the light of day as there were not the multi-billions in constant drugs using the Shortridge strategy and that is why is was squashed. Another example of corporate power and profits rising above the human race itself and its sheer survival if there ever was one.

    'Possibly the Most Important Keynote Speech ever given for Humanity's Future Survival as the 'Unthinkable' will eventually happen according to Dr. Margaret Chan, D-G of the World Health Organization (WHO) who has said many times, it is only a matter of time not when' -

    We have to start adopting the 'prevention is better than cure' strategy that Shortridge developed before we are dispatched to countless loss of human lives. For Margaret Chan (D-G of the World Health Organization) has stated many times that it is not a question of if but when. Are we so stupid as humans not to realise that the drugs strategy is in reality a complete pack of lies.

  • Comment on: NHS staff forced to take second jobs, claims union ahead of strike

    david hill's comment 12 October, 2014 8:10 pm

    Unfortunately this is only a battle and where the great war to come in the NHS is to save it from the 'secretive' TTIP trade deal that is being thrashed out behind closed doors as we speak. For once signed by our politicians and giant corporations it will be irrevocable and make the NHS basically illegal to exist. Don't believe me just look into the ramifications and where these so-called 'free-trade' agreements around the world as a pre-runner, have the corporations overriding sovereign laws and where 100s of millions are being levied against national governments for their government's breach of these trade deals. For these trade deals have their own secretive trade courts where the people are not privy and where they override completely sovereign laws. You could not make it up if you tried but this is what our politicians are signing up to behind our backs and in the full interests of the mighty corporation, not the people of the EU, UK and USA who will pay dearly in perpetuity as the trade deals can 'never' be rescinded -

    The sad fact is that the Tories, Labour, Lib-Dems and even UKIP know about the TTIP, have signed up to it behind closed doors and know how it will destroy the NHS. Therefore they are all literally hypocrites when they say that they are the party that will save the NHS. Once the EU gets its way and even if the political elite say that they will hop out of the TTIP, they are simply telling you lies as the EU will not allow this under the EU-USA agreement. Added to this on the other side of the coin once the corporations have taken control literally tens of thousands of former NHS jobs will go as privatisation has always ended up this way and never created more jobs than when the system was in public hands. So fasten down the hatches and wait for the great health war to begin shortly somewhere near you.

  • Comment on: NHS to be investigated over historic child sex abuse claims

    david hill's comment 9 July, 2014 9:24 pm

    When is an independent person an independent person? When the government and Whitehall tell you they are. Both of the people chosen by government to lead the reviews and inquiry into historical paedophile claims are basically establishment people through and through.
    In this respect a little information about Peter Wanless who will lead this review and although he is presently the CEO of the NSPCC he was previous to that for over a decade, a seasoned high-flying senior civil servant under both the Tories and Labour (incl. private secretary). Therefore his background is that of the 'Establishment' at the highest levels. Added to this he was boss of the Big Lottery Fund which was and still is overseen by no other than the Cabinet Office (those who run the civil service including the Home Office). So this so-called independent has 'Establishment' blood running through his veins (at the highest level again both for past political masters and Whitehall mandarins) and where the Establishment have looked after Mr. Wanless very, very well indeed. Therefore my advice is don't hold your breath for all the truth to emerge as that in government is as hard to find as a snowball in hell these days.
    In respect of Ann Butler-Sloss who will lead the inquiry is the sister of the late Sir Michael Havers (later Lord Havers) who was Attorney General whilst these allegations took place and where nothing was acted upon. This alone should bar her from this role and if there was any impropriety whilst her late brother was in charge, it may not look good for the family. But also Butler-Sloss is part of the establishment machine and the very people who she will be investigating. How can this be an impartial and independent inquiry therefore as the goal posts are being compromised already in many ways? Indeed lawyers who have brought cases before the Courts concerning pedophilia in the past cannot believe that she has been selected as previous controversies surround her. A few are (1) She turned down a man's legal battle for the right to see his test-tube baby daughter, who was conceived after his relationship with the mother broke up. (2) she has been a target for campaign groups like Fathers for Justice due to her decisions over custody of children after divorce battles. (3) She has heard many ''right to die'' cases where relatives are in a 'permanent vegetative state and refused all. Therefore is this a compassionate heart of the Establishment at its best. Visit 'The ‘Establishment’ Makes Amends but where the ‘Establishment’ does not change its spots when it comes to its own' -

    You could not make it up if your tried but where quite clearly the government and the protective establishment can.

  • Comment on: Cochrane review questions benefit of Tamiflu

    david hill's comment 10 April, 2014 6:12 pm

    Big Pharma is just a corrupt and criminal activity when you delve into them. In the early stages of the Swine Flu pandemic the vast majority of Vietnamese doctors who were at that time working at the 'coal-face' stated that Tamiflu was 'USELESS'. They should have known as they were fighting the killer virus more than most at the time. But Big Pharma never learns and is basically a law unto themselves, always taking and not giving back in return to the vast majority of humanity (but giving back plenty to their rich shareholders and executives and that's all that counts -

    The big problem also is that because the industry is an annual US$ 1 Trillion+ industry, our politicians back them in everything that they do behind closed doors. And that's the biggest problem of all to get over if it ever can.

    Dr David Hill
    World Innovation Foundation

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