Just listening to the latest pod-cast from the Guardian Poverty Action Development outlook! The main and over-riding facts discussed were the way large corporate companies look at poverty as trade! The sheer fact that at all these meetings including the G8 Summit those that attend are interested in furthering trade contracts, whilst people starve!
Sometimes with a back-door in politics,evolves a plan,with the aim to change the promise made by a chancellor! This plan has been months in the making,and the next step is to remove the fence that has ringed the NHS funding for many a year, and it will shortly be dismantled! And with it all the promises made since the introduction of the ” Community Care Act” in 1990! It will be washed away “like throwing the baby out with the bath water,” and what a baby it is, having been nurtured since inception in 1948! So you ask what do l mean, well simply back in 1979 when Margaret Thatcher came to power, the rot set in and everyday since that time it carried the nails in its side (like Jesus, just waiting for the time of the next Conservative Government, to finish the job she started! Well her legacy of privatising the NHS is nearly realised, as various MPs gather to sound the death knell of our beloved, yet beleaguered health service! Leaving in its wake a disjointed, broken-up and battered organisation, ripe for the picking!Soon those nails so carefully placed by Margaret Thatcher will become so painful that we will be told by the chancellor, there is no choice the NHS cannot have guaranteed funding and it will slowly die on the cross of “#ProfitB4People and “Care In The Community” will be no more, unless you can afford to pay!!
LATEST:// 30/04/2013 at 6am today.
Six centre-Right policy institutes say it is “not sensible” to define some public services as “sacrosanct”, as two think-tanks favoured by Labour criticise the ring-fencing of funds for schools, health and international development.
The independent Institute for Fiscal Studies also warned that other public services would suffer more “pain” as a result of the “sub-optimal” approach to reviewing government budgets. Read full story at: Cut-Aid-& NHS-Cash-George-Osborne-Told
- Last night the Lords voted to privatise the NHS. And this is why (taxresearch.org.uk)
- Personal Overview Of Maggie (acenewsservices.com)