Jeremy Corbyn Slams Tories


Last Wednesday the Conservatives put you and your family in danger. Confronted with strong data proving that the NHS is on the verge of financial meltdown, the government disregarded the requests of patients and the advice of doctors and nurses.

Instead, Theresa May declined to give a single additional penny to preserve our NHS or striving social care structure when the Tories’ Autumn Statement spending policies were revealed. Furthermore, they made it plain they intended to stop the prevailing triple lock incomes protection for pensioners.


The NHS is the health service respected across the globe.

No matter your age or wealth, when you or your child is sick our medical institutions and our GPs are there when you require them. Following six misused Tory years, our hospitals will be around £30 billion in the red by 2020.

The government is pushing hospitals to draft up ideas for what services they will cut.


So far the plans incorporate decreasing the amount of Accident and Emergency departments by half. Maternity services will be slashed and thousands of beds lost. If you reside in Birmingham you currently have four hospitals, under these proposals that will be cut by half, leaving two hospitals to care for over a million people.


The A&E Unit in Huddersfield is one of many facing closures.


In southwest, London, busy St George’s, which highlights on Channel 4’s 24 hours in A&E, is on a shortlist of potential hospital closures. With waiting times rising, and four million people on waiting lists now is not the time to be cutting our health service, we must invest in it.

Apparently, a Labour government will adequately support the NHS, give parity to physical and mental health, and integrate social care to ease the dilemma of bed blocking.

There is an alternative to cuts, closures, and creeping privatisation. That’s why Labour is maintaining that they are putting the NHS front and centre stage.

Now Labour members are holding over 550 separate NHS events nation-wide. Furthermore, they are inviting people to add their voice, to improve care for our NHS.

You know something’s wrong when an eight-year-old girl wrote a tragic message to MPs questioning why a life-saving cancer medicine isn’t free and available after a family friend was diagnosed with the illness. Daisy, couldn’t understand why cancer medications aren’t free on the NHS in Wales but were free in England.

When her mum’s friend Carolyn was told she was terminal, Daisy began composing a letter to Vaughan Gething AM, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing, and Sport, asking him to give medication to patients.
Carolyn was diagnosed with breast cancer while pregnant with her youngest child, Mira, in 2015.

The mum-of-two had to endure chemotherapy whilst pregnant to shrink the tumour, and had a mastectomy following her daughter’s birth.

Fewer than two months later, Carolyn was delivered the crushing announcement that cancer had reached to her liver and lung, and was now terminal.

She began an online petition to gather funds for life-saving medicines not available on the NHS in Wales and has raised more than £60,000.
Nevertheless, with one medication alone costing more than £5,000 every three weeks, she must raise almost £100,000 more to pay for a year’s worth of medicine.

When Carolyn’s friend’s daughter, Daisy, learned about her plight, she chose to take things into her own hands. Daisy’s mum Sarah told she was making Christmas cards in the kitchen to raise funds when the little girl questioned what she was doing.

They’re an open family, so she understood all about Carolyn, and when she told her that not all medications are free in Wales, the little girl couldn’t get her head round it, and she questioned what she could do.

So, she wrote a letter to the Government. It was posted, but ash hasn’t heard anything back.

In the letter, Daisy writes: “Dear the Government.”

“Why are the cancer tablets lots of money?

“It’s not fair because in England the tablets are free. Why did you choose to make the tablets cost?

“It is not fair for people who have some cancer in Wales. It’s very sad for me and my mum because my mummy’s friend Carolyn has cancer. She had it when she was pregnant and had a baby. Then she was fine.

“But soon after she had cancer again and she had lots of treatment. But she also needs those tablets so will you please make them free.”

Daisy had always been a kind girl and needed to improve things one step at a time. She’s a really kind young lady and has a tender heart. If people aren’t healthy, she studies about things quite a lot.

But the letter is merely a start for this promising diplomat as she’s presently contemplating beginning an appeal at her school in Coychurch, Bridgend.

Daisy, who is in Year 4, thinks that it’s sad for people with cancer, and it’s not fair for people in Wales, and she wants it to change.

A Welsh Government spokesperson stated that they can’t comment on specific cases or the conclusions or views of clinicians, wow, that’s passing the buck. Furthermore, the spokesperson announced that they are proud of making certain that sufferers have entrance to evidence-based, clinically cost-effective medications, not simply cancer.

Quite clearly they don’t, otherwise, Carolyn would have had those medications free of charge, and is this a deliberate act to suppress life? What are the drawbacks to giving medication to cancer suffers free of charge? Well, there aren’t any, and it really makes you question, when you actually sit down and study it, if there hasn’t been a cure for cancer all along, or at least for several years that nobody has been told about.

To hold life-saving medicines away from sufferers is unethical, and so far, it all comes down to funds and where you live. They can fabricate the facts as much as they like, but we need to dismantle those facts so that we can build a genuine system.

This sweet small girl needs to make the planet a safer place, and out of the mouth of babes, comes the truth.

However, if you come from the aristocracy, or are well-bred, you can have everything you want since you have the funds to pay for it, except for those that don’t have much at all, and cannot afford it, it’s not free.

This inoffensive lady just needs medicine that is out there to be free of charge, it’s not much to ask surely? However, what you have to bare in mind is, that it’s a postcode raffle, if you’re not in the right area, then you get nothing free, it’s all a gamble of uncertainty.

It’s all about making a profit, and spending out money for free on human beings is not one of them, too much expense and nothing coming back to them, what a disgrace, and because of that, they are leaving innocent people who are dying from cancer to just get on with it until eventually, they die, and of course once they are gone, nobody actually disputes why it occurred, since they are dead.

Notably promoted on Facebook and different social media is the belief that a medicine for cancer has been discovered but is being crushed. The purpose given for the suppression is completely the same. The assumption is that businesses stand to make extra cash by treating a lifelong condition than from curing it.

It’s a simple design with a simple appeal, however, the assumptions are staggeringly convoluted.

There have unquestionably been a number of conspiracy theories over the years that have turned out not to be true. Nevertheless, the revelation is that a great number of really notable conspiracy theories have turned out to really be reliable.

So the next time that you run into some tin foil hat wearing maniacs, you might want to actually listen to what they have to say. They may actually know some things that you do not. In fact, one new research discovered that conspiracy theorists are really saner than the overall population.

So, the next time you are tempted to disregard somebody as a conspiracy theorist, simply remember that the one that is insane might really be you.

General view of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters in Atlanta

The CDC has suddenly removed a page from their website, which is presently saved here, indicating that more than 98 million Americans got one or more doses of polio vaccine inside an 8-year span when a proportion of the vaccine was infected with cancer causing polyomavirus called SV40.


It has been determined that 10-30 million Americans could have got an SV40 contaminated dose of the vaccine.

SV40 is an acronym for Simian vacuolating virus 40 or Simian virus 40, a polyomavirus that is discovered in both monkeys and humans. Similar additional polyomaviruses, SV40 is a DNA virus that has been discovered to cause tumors and cancer.

Awkward and slow cash machines with clunky buttons and tiny hard-to-see screens could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a series of next-generation ATMs.


Ohio-based security firm Diebold has built a touchscreen cash machine that works like a tablet computer, and uses facial identification and QR codes to identify and verify users, and has built-in safety cameras – who’s looking at you, kid!

A shocking new investigative paper from the biggest daily newspaper in Germany claims that Monsanto, the US Military, and the US government have conspired to follow and meddle both anti-GMO activists and objective scientists who examine the adverse impacts of genetically modified food.

Supposedly, new fangled cyber war is being conducted by both eco-activists and independent scientists by followers and previous workers of Monsanto, who are defined as operationally powerful assistants and who have taken up sometimes high-ranking jobs in the US administration, regulatory authorities, and some of who have contacts deep inside the military industrial establishment, including the CIA.

The amount of genetically modified (GM) animals employed in scientific studies in Britain has surpassed a number of normal laboratory animals for the first time, according to official statistics that reveal a 9 percent all-inclusive rise in the management of laboratory animals last year.

Some 4,033,310 animals were employed in scientific experiments begun in 2012, an advance of 322,689, or 9 percent over the previous year. There were 1.91 million scientific procedures practiced with GM animals in 2012 opposed to 1.68.m procedures on healthy animals.

Not long ago, Chinese scientists inserted genes for human milk proteins into a mouse’s genome and have since created herds of humanized-milk-producing goats. In the meantime, researchers at the University of Michigan have a way of putting a human anal sphincter into a mouse as a means of discovering better methods for fecal incontinence, and doctors are building animals with humanized immune systems to help as subjects for new HIV vaccines.

Federal workers and contractors are required to pay special attention to the lifestyles, attitudes, and behaviors, like financial problems, irregular working hours or unexplained travel of co-workers as a way to predict whether they might do harm to the United States.

Managers of special insider threat offices will have regular, timely, and, if possible, electronic, access to workers’ personnel, payroll, disciplinary and personal contact files, as well as records of their use of recorded and unclassified computer networks, polygraph results, travel records, and financial disclosure forms.


The Department of Health and Human Services and Environmental Protection Agency are proposing the change because of a rise in fluorosis, a condition that causes spotting and streaking on children’s teeth. Nevertheless, we have identified that fluoride in our water and in our toothpaste has been dangerous for us for years, but we still continue to use it, why?

At the greatest vulnerability levels, using a mobile phone half an hour a day across a 10-year span, the research discovered a 40 percent increased chance of glioma brain tumors.

Prescription medications eliminate some 200,000 Americans every year. Will that number go up, now that the largest clinical tests are conducted abroad, on sick Russians, homeless Poles, and slum-dwelling Chinese, in areas where regulation is essentially nonexistent, the F.D.A. doesn’t reach, and mistakes can end up in pauper’s graves?

The act of doing any research on animals is wrong. Furthermore, if you think people believe this is not an act of abuse why aren’t the public lining up to be utilised for the experiments? Human beings still must learn to value all forms of life.

If you debate about the role of pharmaceutical companies in the treatment of mental health. There is indeed a remarkable confusion between drug companies and the medical occupation. On the one hand, the drug manufacturing develops new medication and encourages drug use in order to make money.

On the other hand, the medical service prescribes these medicines in order to treat people. One might believe that there would be a strong symbiotic connection between these two organisations. However, dismally there is emerging proof that this is not the situation and that the relationship is especially unhealthy in the case of drugs used for mental ill health. This situation stems from faults on both sides, and also from government policy.

In the 1950s a whole army of psychotropic drugs, drugs that alter the mind, entered the medical scene. These involved major sedatives such as chlorpromazine (Largactil), since developed into a series of antipsychotic drugs, antidepressants, tricyclics, and monoamine oxidase inhibitors, presently joined by the SSRIs such as Prozac, and so-called secondary tranquillisers, the benzodiazepines, Valium and Librium, now which includes a number of Z-drug hypnotics such as zopiclone and others.

These initial findings were quite interesting at the time, as they appeared to guarantee a remedy for all mental disorders. Schizophrenics using antipsychotics could be let out of the hospital to live, presumably securely, in society.

Subjects with depression could, supposedly, be released from self-destructive feelings and from the perceived peril of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). Furthermore, the secondary or primary stresses of life could be completely restored with quiet and calm sleep induced by benzodiazepines.

One prominent neurologist, Sir Henry Miller, also wrote that from now on all mental disease could be corrected with a few tablets and there would be no demand for psychiatrists.

At the same time, it was thought, by a kind of stupid reasoning, that the reason of mental sickness would be shown by these medications. Antipsychotics were determined to prevent brain receptors for the neurotransmitter dopamine, consequently, schizophrenia must be due to an abundance of dopamine.

Antidepressants were determined to improve the activity of the neurotransmitter serotonin, consequently, depression must be due to a loss of serotonin. Benzodiazepines enhanced the activity of the neurotransmitter GABA, so anxiety must be owing to the absence of GABA.

These naive and simple hopes turned out to be incorrect. 50 years later we still do not know the cause of schizophrenia or depression or even how the medications work. The prediction of these ailments has altered little.

Furthermore, anxiety is as prevalent as ever. It has grown apparent that the medications do not remedy any mental disorder. They do manage some symptoms but have limited impact on the underlying processes.

And, of course, the drugs carry their own disadvantages. But these same drugs have made billions of dollars for drug companies.

Following the innovative drug developments, there was research in the pharmaceutical manufacturing for unique drugs acting on dopamine, serotonin or GABA. Once the necessary work had been done, drug firms did not have to foot the expense of producing new drugs.


It was much more inexpensive to produce (me too) drugs with comparable effects. As a consequence, our society ended up with over 20 separate but comparable composites in each group of antipsychotics, antidepressants, and sedative/hypnotics. They went where the demand was.

Plus there was a change in the way drug firms were run. At the start, the pharmaceutical trade was controlled by chemists. This was not so bad. Presently most of them are driven by people with MBAs, or things similar to that, people who could be the chief executive of Renault, Volvo or anything. They don’t know about drugs, but apparently, they do know where the business is.

It’s all about marketing and making money, and that is the architecture of how a corporation is run, and this is how our whole society is run as well. It’s a chilly concept, and we would be insane to think otherwise. It’s a solemn business making money off people’s disabilities because we suddenly become a prisoner to those companies who tailor our needs to their own pocket.

Parasites to the point of extortion, and it’s a costly business making money off those that are dying. No wonder citizens of the United Kingdom are discontented.

Published by Angela Lloyd

My vision on life is pretty broad, therefore I like to address specific subjects that intrigue me. Therefore I really appreciate the world of politics, though I have no actual views on who I will vote for, that I will not tell you, so please do not ask! I am like an observation station when it comes to writing, and I simply take the news and make it my own. I have no expectations, I simply love to write, and I know this seems really odd, but I don't get paid for it, I really like what I do and since I am never under any pressure, I constantly find that I write much better, rather than being blanketed under masses of paperwork and articles that I am on a deadline to complete. The chances are, that whilst all other journalists are out there, ripping their hair out, attempting to get their articles completed, I'm simply rambling along at my convenience creating my perfect piece. I guess it must look pretty unpleasant to some of you that I work for nothing, perhaps even brutal. Perhaps I have an obvious disregard for authority, I have no idea, but I would sooner be working for myself, than under somebody else, excuse the pun! Small I maybe, but substantial I will become, eventually. My desk is the most chaotic mess, though surprisingly I know where everything is, and I think that I would be quite unsuited for a desk job. My views on matters vary and I am extremely open-minded to the stuff that I write about, but what I write about is the truth and getting it out there, because the people must be acquainted. Though I am quite entertained by what goes on in the world. My spotlight is mostly to do with politics, though I do write other material as well, but it's essentially politics that I am involved in, and I tend to concentrate my attention on that, however, information is essential. If you have information the possibilities are endless because you are only limited by your own imagination...

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