My Raison D’étre Isn’t To Protect The Fucking NHS

Friedrich Nietzsche once said, “Enjoy life. This is not a dress rehearsal.” Quite right. If I had a credo, that would be it. As far as I know, we’re only here once. Get busy living or get busy dying.

This morning, like every morning, I am beset on all sides by experts telling me that I should limit my contacts and consider staying home over the Christmas, to avoid putting pressure on the NHS, the sacred fucking NHS.

The NHS is the National Health Service. I fund it. You fund it. I’ve given it tens of thousands of pounds over the years and hardly ever used it. That’s absolutely fine with me. Most of us won’t need it until time creeps up on us.

The people who work in it are not heroes or heroines. They’re not exceptional human beings. They are employees. They work for us. Some of them are very well paid employees. Good luck to them. I respect their discipline. Medical school is no picnic. I admire them, but I don’t deify them.

The media would have you believe that NHS workers are war heroes, fighting covid or omicron on the frontline, risking their lives for our freedom. This is bollox, but it’s a carefully crafted narrative, designed to deter anyone from criticising the NHS and its heroes, lest they be deemed almost unpatriotic.

There is no front line. There is no war. It is pure fiction. Covid is a mild respiratory illness, just like the flu. The elderly and those with other health problems should keep an eye on it of course, but it’s of little concern for the great majority of people.

The term “protect the NHS” is almost an oxymoron. We pay for the NHS to protect us when we need it. We don’t pay billions of pounds in national insurance contributions every year to avoid using it! Protect the NHS? It’s twisted logic.

Just think about it. You should stay indoors, limit your contacts and cancel your parties, to avoid becoming ill, so that you can protect the NHS? Really?

Hang on a minute. Don’t we pay for the NHS, so that we can go about our lives knowing that if we fall off a bike, or prang the car, or sprain an ankle while playing sport, or even fall down drunk outside the Dog & Duck, the NHS will be there to look after us?

The government and its scientific advisers have managed to convince most of the population that they should accept life-sucking and life-limiting lockdowns, to reduce the likelihood that they will fall ill and become a burden on the NHS.

Ask not what your NHS can do for you, but what you can do for your NHS.

This is an inversion. If the NHS is in danger of being overwhelmed, it’s because of decades of mismanagement. The UK has seen hospital bed capacity reduced by more than 50 per cent in the past thirty years. The health service isn’t being overwhelmed. It’s simply not fit for purpose.

The solution is to build more hospitals and train more doctors. Fat chance of that happening. It’s obvious to me now, that the health service has been deliberately undermined to prop up manufactured health crises, which will be used as the excuse to inject entire populations with experimental gene therapy medicines.

I don’t know why I exist. I just do. Maybe I’ll receive the answer at the end of this life. I’m pretty fucking certain that I wasn’t put here to keep my distance from my fellow human beings, impoverish myself and play Russian roulette with Bill Gate’s dirty needles, all to protect a fucking health service that’s supposed to be there to protect me and mine!

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Backbeat

Call me naive, but I was under the impression that the NHS is merely a public service like Police or Fire for which we pay a tarrif. I’ve never had a car serviced and faced pressure from mechanics to ‘SAVE OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT’.

layla

When I fractured my wrist (pre-pandemic) the Doctors and Nurses were amazing, when my son had croup and we had to go up to the (empty A&E) in the Summer there, they were brilliant, well we were the only ones there lol. BUT when it comes to mental health, prescribing anti-anxiety meds, anti-depressants ect, hell NO, it made me worse and more anxious, with horrible side affects, coming off that useless medication at the start of all this was one of the best things I have ever done. No medications, no GP appointments, no endless types of meds being manipulated on to you, no anxiety, no side affects, the NHS are good for some things, broken bones, but mind altering medications, NOPE. It makes you worse, and makes big pharma more money, healthy people are of no use to them.

Lucy56

A company called A Vogel make lots of tinctures for various ailments. Their Hypericum Complex is very good for mild to moderate depression and Passiflora is good to calm you. Also Lemon Balm tea (by a company called Floridix) is very good.

layla

Thank you for that info, ill most definitely look into it and yes your right Lemon balm tea is really good, I have been drinking it since I came off those awful meds, it’s very effective x

Lucy56

I drink the floridix Lemon Balm (hope I’m spelling it right! It’s a German company). It’s very good. Chamomile and lemon verbena is also good.
A Vogel also has a website and lots of ideas for healthy meals, very informative.

layla

I had a wee look and it looks pretty good, lots of interesting stuff on there, herbal remedies are so much more effective, I am so done with the pharmaceutical hocus pocus lol 🙂

David Wylie

Blimey Richie. Very articulate rant there mate. Well said. I’m hearing some arseholes muttering about non-jabbed people being denied treatment at hospitals. I wonder how that would stand up in regard to proportional non-payment of tax or N.I. Merry Christmas you big, baldy bell-end! Keep up the excellent work!!

Gerry

Well stated..

But sure look…

You’ve at least got to hand it to them for their devotion to fighting off the dreaded germs huh!!

Any germ.. doesn’t matter, just pick any one you like..

There isn’t a germ alive that could handle this!!

Not a hope…

See:

👇

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DC493Ht0AiM

Kevin

Well said.

VforVendettas

Well said i totally agree with Richies comments

Jake

Pandemic Will End When We ‘Turn Off Our Screens,’ Says The BMJ

The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID ‘dashboards’ to register zero cases.
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The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.

“Pandemic dashboards provide endless fuel for news coverage, ensuring the constant newsworthiness of the COVID-19 pandemic, even when the threat is low,” wrote Peter Doshi, Ph.D., The BMJ senior editor, and David Robertson, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Princeton University.

“In doing so, they might prolong the pandemic by curtailing a sense of closure or a return to pre-pandemic life,” the authors wrote.

A BMJ analysis of the past century showed previous pandemics including the Spanish flu faded away gradually as societies “ceased to be all consumed by the pandemic’s shocking metrics.”….

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/bmj-covid-pandemic-end-turn-off-screens/

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Jake

Pandemic Will End When We ‘Turn Off Our Screens,’ Says The BMJ

The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.

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The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.

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The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID ‘dashboards’ to register zero cases.
Miss a day, miss a lot. Subscribe to The Defender’s Top News of the Day. It’s free.

The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.

“Pandemic dashboards provide endless fuel for news coverage, ensuring the constant newsworthiness of the COVID-19 pandemic, even when the threat is low,” wrote Peter Doshi, Ph.D., The BMJ senior editor, and David Robertson, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Princeton University.

“In doing so, they might prolong the pandemic by curtailing a sense of closure or a return to pre-pandemic life,” the authors wrote.

A BMJ analysis of the past century showed previous pandemics including the Spanish flu faded away gradually as societies “ceased to be all consumed by the pandemic’s shocking metrics.”

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Pandemic Will End When We ‘Turn Off Our Screens,’ Says The BMJ
The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.

By
Children’s Health Defense Team

130

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/bmj-covid-pandemic-end-turn-off-screens/

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The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID ‘dashboards’ to register zero cases.
Miss a day, miss a lot. Subscribe to The Defender’s Top News of the Day. It’s free.

The pandemic will end when society decides to resume normal life rather than waiting for COVID “dashboards” to register zero cases, said the authors of an article published Tuesday in The BMJ.

“Pandemic dashboards provide endless fuel for news coverage, ensuring the constant newsworthiness of the COVID-19 pandemic, even when the threat is low,” wrote Peter Doshi, Ph.D., The BMJ senior editor, and David Robertson, a Ph.D. candidate in history at Princeton University.

“In doing so, they might prolong the pandemic by curtailing a sense of closure or a return to pre-pandemic life,” the authors wrote.

A BMJ analysis of the past century showed previous pandemics including the Spanish flu faded away gradually as societies “ceased to be all consumed by the pandemic’s shocking metrics.”

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In the following decades, people resumed normal routines even amid brief spikes in flu deaths that exceeded pandemic levels.

The BMJ’s analysis comes as global attention focuses on the Omicron COVID variant, which appears to be more transmissible but less deadly than earlier strains.

Publications including Britain’s The Sun have produced maps showing Omicron’s “earliest hotspots,” and the World Health Organization’s (WHO) dashboard tracks daily changes in COVID cases.

“While visual depictions of epidemics have existed for centuries, COVID-19 is the first one in which real-time dashboards have saturated and structured the public’s experience,” said Doshi and Robertson.

“Deactivating or disconnecting ourselves from the dashboards may be the single most powerful action towards ending the pandemic.”…….

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/bmj-covid-pandemic-end-turn-off-screens/

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lynsey west

protect your cars mileage…don’t use it.

Adam

Today’s cheerleaders for the NHS are the very same people who secretly want to destroy it. The slow motion demolition of the service began in the 1970’and was accelerated, first under Margret Thatcher and John Major and then Tony Blair who massively expanded the use of PFI. Simon Stevens, Blair’s man, and a former United Health executive was ushered in to keep the service on a commercial footing and the 2012 Health & Social Care bill could prove to be the final nail in the coffin. For all its faults, our NHS is something we should all be proud of and is a system, which is immeasurably better from what exists on the other side of the pond. I only have to look at what goes on at London’s Great Ormond Street to know that.

Patrice

i have a feeling the state is turning the NHS into an insurance based system like the US

Adam

I agree Pat. After spending around £400 billion on Covid, they’ll talk about tough choices and affordability. Covid will be used as an excuse to push through as many unpopular policies as they want.

Patrice

the state is framing this as the virus spent all the money and ruined the economy and not the handling of it, the state of the economy worries me greatly as there soon will be no money to spend at all without ridiculous tax rises.

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Adam

It’s a wartime debt we’ve taken on. I’m sure you realise that Patrice. It’s as subrime part 2.

Jake

Rocker Ted Nugent likens vaccinated people to sheep.

⁣‘BAAAAAH’: Ted Nugent Bleats Like a Sheep to Mock ‘Stupid’ People Who’ve Been Vaccinated for Covid.
(absolutely brilliant)

https://brandnewtube.com/watch/conservative-rocker-ted-nugent-likens-vaccinated-people-to-sheep_9ZCDKn8gq231S7u.html

layla

I sent this to my friend lol, it’s not looking too good for the sheep folk, if they just starting asking a few questions, the convid spell may be broken.

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Jake

👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

fab nocivelli

‘Protect the NHS’ but not so it could continue to serve those in need during the damnpanic.
While our heroes auditioned for strictly come dancing

Caroline Fealy

Hear hear Richie i totally agree with every thing you say. People forget things they are to busy with there latest new found thing ect ect. We have friends who keep avoiding us, we think it is because we are unclean lol. Friends in my mind do not judge they respect. Well that is how we treat people. This 20 month bollocks has changed people and not for the better.
P S Fab tunes playing this afternoon, The Clash Blonde The Who and now Dignity can not remember who sung this 🙂 ( Must be early dementia setting in) 😉 I jest!

Clare Rehill

Exactly right Richie. Been saying that for nearly 2 years!

Horus

Amen to that Richie

Lucy56

I agree with your article but to say it’s a mild respiratory infection isn’t correct, maybe for some and I don’t fit the criteria I’m not elderly and I do not take medications of any kind I have no underlying diseases. I was critically ill with this and had to have two machines pumping oxygen into my lungs to keep me alive for 14 days. The only thing I can think of is the stress I’ve been under for nearly three years and the general anaesthetics (3) I had in the last 8 months. I’m surprised I was so ill. I did ask what variant I had and the doctors had no idea. Brian May asked his doctor what variant he had and they had no idea, Brian May did question (as I have myself) how do they know there are different variants? It makes no sense, but it does make sense if you don’t believe the narrative of the msm.

Anne Talbot

Hi Lucy, I think I may have posted this before so apologies if I’m parroting here.
Back in Dec 2018 I became so ill that I had to be hospitalised. On reflection I had just about every symptom equating to this apparent virus. Several tests and hooked up to oxygen all that the consultant could offer was that I have an infection attacking my immune system but couldn’t seem to determine where exactly although confirmed that I was indeed very poorly. Fast forward just over 12 months and it would have been documented as Covid no doubt. I too had been under extreme stress with my job and a very stressful house move. I eventually came to the conclusion that I had pushed myself beyond the boundaries of normality.

All that said, it’s good to know that you are in the recovery stage and hopefully in a much better place 😊

Lucy56

Glad to know you’re better Anne. I’m still very weak and climbing stairs is like climbing a mountain, it really is but is getting better my body feels like lead! It’s all very strange. I saw an X-ray they did on the critical care ward and my lungs were nearly completely white. It is all very strange. Thankfully I’m feeling better and I push myself to be as mobile as I can. We are living in strange times. So important to reduce stress, sleep well, eat well and get out at least walking if you can. Thanks for commenting back.

Jennie

Same here. I had a series of chest infections about 3 or 4 years before any of this covid nonsense started one of which made me very ill indeed. The symptoms were the same as those they attributed to covid. Mine turned out to be because of toxicity in the house in which I was then living. The problem is that whenever people get something now that they haven’t had before they automatically say it is covid. Anyway glad to hear that you both are now fully recovered.

Lucy56

Hi Jennie, people are now hyper vigilant and everything is Covid. I’m sure the flu will be redundant now and it wouldn’t surprise me if it disappeared from dictionaries as it has in the population according to some health professionals! A neighbour of mine eventually had to move house because of toxicity in his house, when he found out he was out of there in a heart beat (it was a rented property).

Urban Fox

Absolutely, the original symptoms were identical to the flue, as its the flue. The symptoms that they have conveniently added over the last year or so, after the original symptoms. All are remarkably similar to the Jab complaints.

I was extremely sick a few years ago. And it took me over a year to get better. It was Pneumonia, which has also conveniently vanished. I was also very sick last July , August. If i had got tested, i may well have been told that it was covid. But the test is not a diagnostic tool and cant test for infectious diseases. So why now when people are sick do they believe that they have had covid. Something that there are no physical samples of anywhere in the world, has never been isolated and caused no excess deaths in 2020. If it was real there would be excess deaths and funerals, this was not the case even in Italy.

Urban Fox

Hi Lucy, I like you and Anne, and often agree with what you both say. But respectfully please see what i replied below to Jennie. Its not meant as a dig, and I’m glad your feeling better now, whatever it was.

Anne Talbot

Agree Fox. I was just alluding to the fact that had my mystery illness been a year later who knows what the outcome would have been. As you quite rightly say, most ailments if not all are documented as Covid now. People get sick it’s a fact of life and thankfully we recover. The Gates brigade want to keep everyone in a state of panic and the sad fact is that some people are so frightened and it’s just pure evil.

Gavin Ledermann

Everything gets attributed to Covid even though it hasn’t been proved to exist. Just a rebranding hoax using the fatally flawed PCR test.
There’s nothing floating around the last 2 years that weren’t around in previous years.
I had flu about 6 years ago which would have been Covid nowadays.
People have been conditioned to believe everything is Covid. A big part of the reason we are in this mess.

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Lucy56

I read Brian May’s comments on his Instagram.

Craig

From 2008 to 2020, I was a frequent user if the NHS. Appointments to see the GP or nurse. Hospital appointments. Blood tests. Scans. Quite a few diagnoses (some of them contradictory; many just wrong). Quite a few emergency hospital admissions.
Barely a six month period would go by where I didn’t need some kind of NHS interaction.
Very often the doctors seemed a bit confused. A few times they were patronising as Hell.
That said, they were rarely shy in prescribing a new medication.

Well, since early last year, I haven’t needed the NHS. Not once. Pretty much all the problems I had been experiencing for twelve years (during which time I lost 2 satisfying job positions and many unsatisfying ones because of the health problems) have disappeared.
What changed?
Thanks to the inaccessibility of my GP surgery early last year, I stopped taking all the medications (the first of which I had started on in 2006).

That knowledge has been a bitter pill to swallow. So I’ll do my bit for the NHS now. I’ll stay well clear unless I have absolutely no other choice.
The only person who knows what’s best for my health is me. I’ll not be trusting the drug peddlers any more.

layla

I totally agree, the NHS had also been prescribing me with all different types of anxiety medication, all which came with problematic side affects and didn’t do anything for anxiety. At the start of this ridiculous pandemic, I spoke with a cover GP on the phone, who told me that due to what is happening, certain medications may not be delivered to the UK, this is when I decided to come off the medication I was taking at the time due to side affects anyway and I am so glad I did as like you, Craig I have never felt better. No medications, no GP appointments, no anxiety ( well maybe a little due to this convid situation lol) but nothing like it was before. You are spot on, the only person who knows what is best for our health is ourselves, and yes they are drug peddlers, these anti-anxiety meds, anti-depressants etc, in my opinion are making matters worse, making our health worse, natural remedies are a much healthier and more effective way to heal issues.

Craig

I’ve heard it say that there are no ‘side effects’; there are just effects, good and bad.
Using the term ‘side effects’ is used to gloss over or delegitimise the negative impacts.
When viewed like this, it suddenly stands to reason that a drug should have more benefits than detriments before being considered.

layla

That makes sense, and in my own experience, all side effects were bad, no positive effects at all, so happy I have removed myself as a big pharma customer 😉

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