Mar 18Liked by Dawn Lester

Excellent info here. I remember Dr Jennifer Daniels some years ago showing a direct correlation between Dr's/hospital strikes in the US and an overall reduction in death figures.

Many will disagree but I think it's important to recognise that we haven't arrived here as a result of a series of random capitalist events. The NHS is Fabian in conception which in turn is the masonic off spring of Knights Hospitaller, this goes deep. In essence the whole idea of the 'The Sick Care System' which is an excellent description falling under the Dep't Of Death is to stop you from getting too strong whilst being seen to be fixing bones, but maybe that's far too conspiratorial!

Ya gotta laugh, a least the Doc's and nurses can have more time to perfect they're dance routines 😂

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Mar 17Liked by Dawn Lester

Thank you Dawn This is excellent information.

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Mar 17·edited Mar 17Liked by Dawn Lester

Excellent. Thank you.

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Mar 18·edited Mar 18Liked by Dawn Lester

great article! i always sensed to stay away from that system and i've seen so many friends and family get stuck there for life.

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The 35% pay increase strike sounds strategic right after the convid boosted up drs egos . Yes unfortunately they are seen always striking for pay rises and the $trike shows how far away from the purpose of healing they are . Most drs role play and disempower their patients which eliminates their ability to heal in a dysfunctional system thats been in a "crisis" running parallel to humanity's crisis.

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Thank you very much for your post.

The NHS is a useless, bloated organisation. I had to suffer it from 2018 when I suffered a facial palsy.

After 18 months and various scans and tests I was diagnosed with cancer. I underwent immuno-therapy for 9 sessions before I worked out what was really wrong. Sodium nitrite (E250) poisoning via bacon I ate.


Not once did a medic ask about my diet, not once. Most doctors useless, I had a better conversation with a physiotherapist who looked at things more roundly.

Last time I went to GP in 2022 she was wearing a mask and fussing over cleaning the chair I was to sit on and ventilation. Most doctors have lost their collective marbles.

I wanted to say, 'Its the 'flu dear and you can't catch it'. I have known this since June 2020. Gr#@??!%f*^k! etc. etc.

I say doctors can go on strike and the UK will be a lot safer. Sack the lot and reemploy on much cheaper terms those worth keeping (which is not many).

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Mar 23Liked by Dawn Lester

It's peripheral here, Dawn- but I'm asking if food additives using insect derivatives is another source of harm for us or via the animals fed this way. "It's not what we eat, it's what been done to it" i.e. processing, additives, subtractions ...


I was remembering about farmed fish can't build crucial omega3 from their diet

EU regulations may still be in force ...?


Of course, the 'global warming argument' comes in to boost sales and deflect any criticism

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But, but, but... My doctor is such a lovely man... 😝

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The NHS (quasi-religion) has become a dogmatic, intransigent big pharma portal. Natural remedies, diet and lifestyle changes are often sneered at, in favour of pharmaceuticals.

Capitalism doesn't like healthy people, especially people who live to a ripe old age. It prefers sick people who generate stable profits for shareholders. Sick people who work hard all of their lives and die shortly before collecting their pension. In the United States iatrogenisis is the third leading cause of death - an indictment of modern medicine or part of the modus operandi?

A true doctor is one who works with their patient to wean them off medication.

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Please, Strike! Maybe it will give them time to reflect and research nanotechnology. Murderers on strike is always a Good Thing!

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The role of the NHS

As a distant American observer, I suspect the NHS suffers from having too many roles, some of which are conflicting: uniform medicine delivery, single employer, affordable provider of medicine to patients, fiscally viable, up to date.

I no longer use the phrase “health care” as in the past three years that has been shown to be an oxymoron. Not many doctors and hospitals even attempt to deliver health care, they are confined by proscriptions of what they are allowed to do to various classes of patients. We know that many people died in hospital, under the care of the NHS, because their doctors and nurses were confined by government edicts about appropriate medicine. And we know that many patients were not helped by understaffing. There must be a fine line between too many doctors and nurses and not enough; the NHS needs to address this.

It would be helpful if the NHS wasn’t committed to allopathic medicine as the only method. It is likely true that one system of medicine is not universally appropriate; allopathy has failed certain classes of patients. We need to have access to all the tools.

An aging population is a sign of national success. It should not be viewed as just another challenge the NHS must solve. The NHS must not abandon any age group.

If the mortality rate drops when or immediately after doctors go on strike, it is the fault of the system, not the strikers. Yes, the NHS must provide sufficient human resources to deliver medicine, and those resources must be satisfied with their employment contract. Anything else is a failure of management.

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