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44 minutes ago, rebornsteve said:

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So funny. I gave up using apps as it proved to be  a pointless task, but your post made me lol, because the majority of profiles have some sort of virtue signalling and commentary about vaccine status - as well as having about a 100 different demands on what they want me to provide as an experience for them😅 Kinda made the selection process easier 99.999999999% swipe right! David Icke singles and dating sub-section forum required!!!😅

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23 minutes ago, Mr H said:

So funny. I gave up using apps as it proved to be  a pointless task, but your post made me lol, because the majority of profiles have some sort of virtue signalling and commentary about vaccine status - as well as having about a 100 different demands on what they want me to provide as an experience for them😅 Kinda made the selection process easier 99.999999999% swipe right! David Icke singles and dating sub-section forum required!!!😅

Dating sub-section, love it.

 

Looking for a pure blood truther, not fugly, a fellow researcher to seek the truth and have a good bang whilst we do it. Or sommet like that..... 🤭

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11 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

Dating sub-section, love it.

 

Looking for a pure blood truther, not fugly, a fellow researcher to seek the truth and have a good bang whilst we do it. Or sommet like that..... 🤭

Very romantic. You sound like a bit of a catch. 🙄

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5 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

I was taking the piss. I'm sorry if you were offended, I wasn't being serious. Apologies. 👍

Thank you, but you didn't offend me. I thought you were taking the piss, so I was joining in, and also did not mean any offence. We don't know each other personally so it's hard to detect everyone's sense of humour. 😚

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13 minutes ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

Thank you, but you didn't offend me. I thought you were taking the piss, so I was joining in, and also did not mean any offence. We don't know each other personally so it's hard to detect everyone's sense of humour. 😚

Oh FFS, I've been had off, hook line and sinker. I'll remember this. 🤣👍

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4 hours ago, Morpheus said:

Dating sub-section, love it.

 

Looking for a pure blood truther, not fugly, a fellow researcher to seek the truth and have a good bang whilst we do it. Or sommet like that..... 🤭

 

And preferably, doesn't have a forked tongue, scaly skin and has to go outside in the afternoons to sun themselves...................

 

Yes we could have the catchy acronym DID - David Icke Dating😅

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8 minutes ago, Mr H said:

 

And preferably, doesn't have a forked tongue, scaly skin and has to go outside in the afternoons to sun themselves...................

 

Yes we could have the catchy acronym DID - David Icke Dating😅

I DID, you DID, they DID, we all DID. Who didn't? 

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NHS funding private healthcare for staff while patients face record waiting lists

Hospitals and ambulance trusts are paying for employees to undergo private care ranging from MRI scans to physiotherapy

By Edward Malnick, Sunday Political Editor 4 June 2022 • 8:00pm
 

NHS trusts are using taxpayers’ money to fund private medical tests and treatment for staff while patients languish on record waiting lists, The Telegraph can disclose.

 

Hospitals and ambulance trusts are paying for employees to undergo private care ranging from MRI scans to physiotherapy and psychiatric care in London’s Harley Street.

 

In one case, a firm providing private physiotherapy to hospital staff in Hertfordshire said it had won the business because the trust wanted employees to get treatment “much more quickly” than the 14-week wait facing NHS patients. 

 

Employees referred to the private company for treatment “receive an appointment within an average of 2.6 days”, the firm said. In another case, a hospital spent thousands of pounds on private health insurance for staff.

 

The funding means NHS staff will be seen more quickly than many members of the public waiting for equivalent tests or treatment from the health service. It was revealed in data obtained by Baker Kell Cumming, a political intelligence firm, from some 50 trusts.

 

The data also showed overall spending of more than £37 million on private occupational health services tasked with looking after employees’ physical and mental health.

 

Last year, Boris Johnson announced an additional £36 billion in funding for the health service, funded by a National Insurance increase, to help tackle the Covid backlog.

 

 

According to official figures, almost one in four patients were waiting six weeks or more for an MRI scan, while thousands faced delays of more than three months.

 

West Midlands Ambulance Service spent £1.4 million on a combination of private occupational health services and medical treatment for staff over the last four years.

 

Private care funded by the trust included physiotherapy, mental health care such as counselling, and diagnostic tests including MRI scans, for which employees pay and are then reimbursed on a case-by-case basis.

 

East Midlands Ambulance Service has funded similar treatment and tests for its staff, spending £81,000 on private healthcare in the last four years.

 

The trust linked the spending to the Covid pandemic, saying that if it had failed to fund private care for staff, “the level of care received by our patients may have been negatively impacted, and the additional pressure on the staff at work would have caused further detrimental impact on their well-being”.

 

A mental health trust paid more than £2 million for private occupational health services over four years, saying services provided as part of the contract included physiotherapy, flu vaccines and work station assessments.

 

Another trust, Essex Partnership University, which provides mental health and community services, including physiotherapy, spent £169,080 on private counselling and physiotherapy for staff over the last four years.

 

Meanwhile, University Hospitals Plymouth spent £4,463 on private health insurance in the last year. The trust said the insurance was for administrative staff. 

 

Asked on Wednesday afternoon which employees were given private health insurance, a spokesman said that the trust was unable to respond to questions over the bank holiday weekend.

 

East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust revealed that it had paid £125,000 to Physio Med, an occupational physiotherapy firm, since 2018, including £43,000 last year. 

 

A case study on Physio Med’s website, describing its work for the trust, states: "With access to NHS physiotherapy via GP referral taking up to 14 weeks (National Survey, 2015), employees suffering from musculoskeletal disorders were often absent from work for extended periods or less productive at work while waiting to access treatment.

 

“As a result, the trust decided it needed to find a way to support its employees in equitably accessing quality physiotherapy treatment regardless of where they lived and much more quickly.”

 

Greig Baker, who chairs Baker Kell Cumming, said: “When the NHS pays for its own staff to get fast-tracked private care, the model is broken. The Government has introduced the new health and social care tax and the NHS is receiving more money than ever – but money isn’t the problem, the system is.”

 

A spokesman for the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust said its staff were “working flat out” to tackle the backlog and "physiotherapy treatment means they can return to work more quickly ... avoiding additional spend on costly agency and shift workers.”

 

 

 

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On 6/4/2022 at 6:23 PM, Doc said:

 

 

 

 

if a "virus" was passed from human to human there is no need to spray every surface of the whole country with disinfectant.

on the other hand

if a "virus" or "bacteria" was seeded in clouds to rain down on everyone and everything, then spraying everything with disinfectant would be a logical solution.

just the same as when the chinese were disinfecting whole streets with lorries.

 

nov 2019 they seeded the clouds with a bacteria/parasite that targets the lungs that rained on every surface waiting to be touched.

nov 2019 my kids whole school had fevers in the space of a week. teachers temp checking every pupil in every class and sending all high temps home.

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Good article from Gary Sidley's blog asking the all the right questions... If we had a proper free press that wasn't beholden to governments and corporations then surely these would be the questions that they would be asking.

 

https://www.coronababble.com/post/who-is-responsible-for-inflicting-unethical-behavioural-science-nudges-on-the-british-people

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