Monthly Archives: August 2011

New World Order

Time for a New World Order that is not slavery to the US and all that bullshit terrorism nonsense. I think that it is likely to happen regardless of your responses.

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The US policy of Full Spectrum Dominance

Full Spectrum Dominance. I’ll say it loud and clear: FUCK OFF YOU FASCIST BASTARDS  

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About time for the New World Order

Time for the New World Order That’s the post-Capitalist New World Order (of course) How on Earth can you have a new world order that is the same as the old world order?  

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. Unison: Why we worry about social enterprises in the NHS | Social … Continue reading

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NHS news review

The Audit Commission reports that NHS organisations face “the worst financial situation they have ever experienced”. Pulse reports that “Private companies are poised to bid to run huge chunks of NHS care across the country”. Waiting times rise despite David … Continue reading

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A comment on rioting and looting

I have really strange restricted web access at the moment. I was hoping to get some good images. Well FU I’ll publish without them. Riots and looting has commandered the attention of corporate media. Take a look at how armoured … Continue reading

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Beyond reasonable doubt

Ian Blair. What will it take to get him imprisoned? That’s exactly what he deserves from my perspective. I see incitment to murder. Isn’t that a crime? [Well, I see far more than that actually]      

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I am not able to compete againt STATE CENSORSHIP and alteration of my posts

Please be assured that I will publish what I have to say. dizzy deep edit: 17.30 11/8/11 Probably simply network problems.

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DRAFT: A comment on rioting and looting

Riots and looting has commandered the attention of corporate media. Take a look at how armoured and defended these riot policemen are. They’ve got armouring at their forearms, their elbows, their backs, their shoulders, their chests, their privates, their hips, … Continue reading

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Coming soon: a comment on rioting and looting

Coming soon a comment on rioting and looting. The comment will be concerned with the politics of police inaction and the consequences of police inaction on rioting and looting.  Probably tomorrow.  

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NHS news review

Corporate media still seems to be obsessed with exaggerated rioting and looting. UK RIOTS 2011: Manchester and Midlands burn but London is ‘under control’ | Mail Online In Bristol there were 19 arrests for offences, including having a balaclava in … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Media attention is on the riots and looting mainly in London areas rather than the NHS. Conservative election poster 2010 A recent news article about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the … Continue reading

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NHS news review

A report confirms that the NHS is incredibly efficient and successful. The decision to force the NHS to support Circle Health’s luxurious hospital in Bath provides a real insight into the Con-Dems’ NHS ‘reforms’. It is all about destroying the … Continue reading

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NHS news review

The Labour Party are ridiculing the Con-Dems’ coalition governments’ proposed changes to the NHS as excessively complex and incomprehensible. Previous to the 2010 general election Cameron promised no more top-down reorganisation of the NHS and said “The recent history of … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Failed NHS records system HealthInvestor magazine has an article on the failed NHS records system. HealthInvestor – Article: NHS trusts forced to use failing suppliers The Department of Health fears a protracted legal battle with its IT suppliers. The Public … Continue reading

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NHS news review

The big NHS news story today is that the Government is reviewing a large IT contract to provide a records system across the NHS. The project was inherited from Labour and has wasted billions. There are ways to ensure good … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 An article about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. Yorkshire health trusts ‘to lose out by £100m’ – Main Section – Yorkshire Post THE … Continue reading

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NHS news review

It has emerged that Andrew Taylor, head of the Co-operation and Competition Panel has been liaising extremely closely with private-sector lobbying groups to produce the report claiming that PCTs impose waiting so that patients either pay for treatment or die. … Continue reading

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