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Monday, 17 September 2012

The most treacherous bastards ever to breath air..

NHS disbanded and sold off, your MPs profit financially.....

The NHS has been disbanded and sold off, with the government no longer obliged to provide universal health care from April 2013. This week, Jeremy Hunt authorised the sale of specialist ‘chunks’ of the NHS, and has forced the NHS to sell 912 services this year alone.
In fact, the Conservative Party ‘Health Bill’ that was approved last year, forces commissioning groups to put 1 in 3 parts of their health services up for sale, with 456 ‘chunks’ being put up for sale in two weeks’ time, with Virgin (Richard Branson), and other private healthcare providers ready to put in bids. These commissioning groups are obliged to put these services up for sale, even if they or patients don’t want to.
By next year, the wholesale privatisation of the NHS will be complete, and you will be forced to take out private health insurance if you want to be treated at all. If you don’t have a job, then you don’t get healthcare. A bit like in Americaland where people don’t get healthcare because they’re not rich enough. It’ll be like that.
So. You should have known all of that. It’s been news for a while, here for example – and on many of the other pages researching the sell-off of the NHS. What you might not have known is exactly WHO stands to profit from this. Yes, it’s your MPs! Let’s have a look at the list, shall we?
The following MPs will ALL benefit financially from the privatisation of the NHS:
David Cameron
Andrew Lansley
Harriet Baldwin
Gregory Barker
Jake Berry
Simon Burns
Nick de Bois
Andrew Bridgen
Aidan Burley
David Davies
Jonathan Djanogly
Iain Duncan Smith (yes, that wanker)
Philip Dunne
Michael Fallon
Mark Field
Liam Fox
George Freeman
Mike Freer
Richard Fuller
Dominic Grieve
William Hague
Philip Hammond
Margot James
Mark Lancaster
Oliver Letwin
Peter Lilley
Tim Loughton
Mary MacLeod
Francis Maude
Patrick Mercer
Maria Miller
Andrew Mitchell
Penny Morduant
Brooks Newmark
Jesse Norman
Stephen O’Brien
George Osborne
Richard Ottaway
Priti Patel
Jacob Rees-Mogg
John Redwood
Malcolm Rifkind
David Ruffley
Mark Simmonds
Chris Skidmore
Nicholas Soames
Andrew Tyrie
David Willets
Rob Wilson
Nadim Zahawi
Menzies Campbell
Chris Huhne
Robert Smith
Rosie Cooper
Alistair Darling
Frank Dobson
David Lammy
David Miliband
Owen Smith
Gisela Suart
Shaun Woodward
Dr Alasdair McDonnell
Well, Social Investigations can give you more background on each and every one of these thieves, sorry MPs, but let’s just focus on one or two so that you can get a flavour of what they’re getting out of the privatisation of the NHS:
Nadhim Zahawi, for example, is MP for Stratford-on-Avon, and is also non-executive director of SThree, who specialise in the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology sector. They’ll make more money by supplying staff to private healthcare companies. Hoorah for Nadhim! Moneys coming your way soon!
Jesse Norman, MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire, took money for speaking at an event hosted by Quiller, who lobby for Capita – they’re hoping to run NHS Direct, by the way.
Peter Lilley, MP for Hitchin and Harpenden. He is non-executive Director of Idox PLC who provide software & managed services to the NHS Health Libraries Group. Oh, and lots of private healthcare companies.
Dominic Grieve, MP for Beaconsfield, has shares in Reckitt Benckhiser, GlaxoSmithKline, Diageo, Astrazeneca and Standard Chartered Health Insurance. Let’s hope those shares go up soon, eh? Oh, they will? How nice is that!
I can’t even be arsed to talk about the Lords and how much they’re making (billions in some cases).
That’s what your politicians are doing. They are paid by private healthcare companies and companies who provide them – or they have shares in them, or they speak for them, and they coincidentally sell off the NHS to the private healthcare companies. There must be a link somewhere, I just can’t find it…
Now my question is not “what are you going to do about it?” because we can’t really do anything about it. It’s been done, voted through the Commons & the Lords, and it’s going to happen. You can go and ask the Queen to dissolve Parliament, maybe? She is head of state, apparently, and she could stop it. I think she’s the only person who could because Ed Miliband’s doing fuck all about it. We asked him earlier in the week, and he had this to say:
Anyway, my question is “what does the media make of this”? Just waiting on the newspapers to publish something about how the NHS won’t exist as from next year, despite David Cameron saying “the NHS is safe in my hands”. Still waiting… nothing from you, media? Have you been told not to report on it? Would be nice to hear something about it…

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