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Okay so I did a bit of armchair detective work and found something truly terrifying and unmentioned by anyone.

Its a long one but I recommend everyone see for themselves:

https://digitalhealth.london/our-work/uk-israel-dangoor-health-initiative/

If you have seen my previous posts about Israel and pretty much anyone with half a brain on this forum who doesn't get sucked into psy-ops, you will already know that Israel is balls deep into everyone's shit worldwide at this point. This little nugget of info added with the other evidence, is literally damning that this country is done for.

Prepare to have your jimmys rustled.

 

The UK Israel Tech Hub, based at the British Embassy in Israel, has launched a new health accelerator programme – the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative – aimed at connecting Israeli startups in the digital health field with the UK NHS.

The three companies selected to join the IBM Alpha Zone Programme for 2018/19 are:

  • Neurotech Solutions: Neurotech solutions have created MOXO, an online tool designed for diagnosis of ADHD. MOXO takes an innovative distractor approach to get accurate and substantial results. The tool scores four attentiveness categories – attentiveness, timeliness, impulsiveness and hyper-reactivity.
  • Day Two: Day Two analyses the gut microbiome to predict blood sugar responses to thousands of different foods and provide personalised nutrition guidance, diagnostic, and therapeutic solutions using artificial intelligence and machine learning. The product has already been used to help people with Type 2 Diabetes control their condition and is being trialled for use in gestational diabetes and pre-diabetes.
  • Orpheus: Orpheus Medical is a technology platform that enables hospitals and health systems to effectively manage their clinical videos organisation-wide and integrate the content in to their existing IT systems. This technology has the potential improve clinicians’ interactions with patients and collaboration amongst healthcare professionals.

DigitalHealth.London, which specialises in matching innovators with NHS need and supporting them to navigate the UK health environment, will play a key role in delivering the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative.

 

What is DigitalHealth.London

DigitalHealth.London is a collaborative programme delivered by MedCity, and London’s three Academic Health Science Networks – UCLPartners, Imperial College Health Partners, and the Health Innovation Network.

We are at the centre of the global revolution in digital health and have created a “digital health hub” which supports SMEs and start-ups to navigate the UK health environment through the following programmes:

  • The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme supports 20-30 high potential digital health starts-ups and SMEs annually to navigate the complex NHS system and increase spread and adoptions of their innovations.
  • The NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship Programme helps to create leaders working in the NHS to deliver impact through digital transformation.  The Fellowship supports 20-25 ‘transformers’ annually

DigitalHealth.London is strategically well networked with key policy makers and payors across the health care system, directly and through our founding partners.  We also work very closely with NHS England to speed up the adoption and commission of digital innovation solutions and the Office for Life Sciences, Department for International Trade and London and Partners, who are supporting the Mayor of London’s health priorities in London.

We have a track record of providing screening and evaluation of promising early stage digital health businesses that have the potential to address health and care needs across the NHS. Using our extensive networks and market insight of the needs of our health care organisations, DigitalHealth.London has assisted companies in gaining access to venture funding with our partners such as RYSE Asset Management.

IBM Alpha Zone Accelerator Programme

The IBM Alpha Zone programme was set up to help Israeli based startups to reach new markets and grow their business based on IBM technologies.  It will be hosted in Israel.

Each semester which lasts about 20 weeks, 2-3 digital health companies will be chosen together by IBM and DigitalHealth.London to participate in the IBM Alpha Zone programme. This means that in addition to receiving the usual technical and business development support from IBM, they will also receive mentorship and guidance on the NHS, its operations and market penetration.

If you are interested in applying to be on the IBM Alpha Zone Accelerator programme click here to find out how you can apply.

Participation will also include a business trip to the UK where the companies will be hosted by UCLPartners and given more in-depth information and introductions. The programme will run for four semesters over two years.

The programme is backed by British-Jewish philanthropist David Dangoor, son of Sir Naim Dangoor, and is named after the family.

Scary part

 

David Dangoor, the sponsor of the initiative, said: “We are in the midst of a bio-health revolution, and Israel is in a supreme position to take advantage and carve a lead in this. So, it is vital that we pool the best minds and energies for the benefit of patients.”

“With all this new computer power and greater understanding and the breakthrough in genetics, we are absolutely at the threshold of a healthcare revolution and I’m hoping that Israel and the UK will be at the forefront of that, hand in-hand.”

“The UK and Israel both share a dynamic history of blue sky thinking as evidenced by the number of Nobel Prize winners both countries have. Both are very inventive countries with exceptional pools of talent. Hand in hand they could make a powerful combination.”

Dr Charlie Davie, UCLPartners Managing Director, who spoke at the launch said: “It’s great to be involved in this exciting new programme that will equip Israeli innovators with the tools they need to navigate the NHS. Ultimately this initiative is about saving lives and using innovation to adopt, adjust and streamline healthcare.”

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Also looky here, imperial college we meet again

9 minutes ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

 

What is DigitalHealth.London

DigitalHealth.London is a collaborative programme delivered by MedCity, and London’s three Academic Health Science Networks – UCLPartners, Imperial College Health Partners, and the Health Innovation Network.

 

 

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Had to dig up this thread because I CANNOT believe I didn't find this the first time round. 

I feel more and more defeated as I find out more things about this. I don't know why everyone isn't screaming about this from every hilltop. The fact that no one mentions it, the fact that everyone goes on about aliens and minute details about shit that doesn't matter like for instance, whether you should wear a piece of paper on your face, which I was guilty of at the start of all this admittedly. But if Israel goes under the fucking radar then they will run our lives. 

Can we stop talking about how the sausage is made but instead, who makes the fucking thing. PLEASE for gods sake look at real issues, I don't think i'm being dramatic when I say freedom is on the fucking line... Stop being stupid for all our sakes.

 

Prince Charles heralds ‘Israeli geniuses maintaining entire structure of NHS’

https://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/p

rince-charles-nhs/

January 2020

After a sombre day dominated by remembrance of the Shoah, Charles met innovators, cultural figures and business leaders from across Israeli society

 

Prince Charles has hailed the “Israeli geniuses maintaining the entire structure of the NHS” at a reception hosted by the Britain’s ambassador.

The heir to the throne met innovators, cultural figures and business leaders from across Israeli society at the event to which guests were invited “come rain or shine”. In the end, hundreds of guests packed into every corner of the residence’s garden where a specially-erected structure kept guests dry as they clamoured to shake the Royal’s hand.

 

After a sombre day dominated by remembrance of the Shoah, Charles showed a light touch that delighted the gathering at the end of the final day of his first official tour.

 

Prince Charles has hailed the “Israeli geniuses maintaining the entire structure of the NHS” at a reception hosted by the Britain’s ambassador.

The heir to the throne met innovators, cultural figures and business leaders from across Israeli society at the event to which guests were invited “come rain or shine”. In the end, hundreds of guests packed into every corner of the residence’s garden where a specially-erected structure kept guests dry as they clamoured to shake the Royal’s hand

 

 

“It’s been fascinating to hear about so many of the cooperative ventures that are taking place between both our countries,” he said. “From what I gather it sounds as though Israeli geniuses are maintaining the entire structure of the NHS, along with a great deal other remarkable technology developments.” A large percentage of medicines used in the NHS originate in Israel, while the Jewish state is also at the cutting edge of medical advances.

 

He also pointed to the defence and security cooperation between the two countries and said: “I feel a particular closeness not only because I am the same age as the state of Israel – having been born in 1948 – but also the fact my grandmother is buried on the Mount of Olives.”

 

He drew the biggest applause of the night as he thanked guests for their warm welcome and added: “Thank you for your very kind welcome and it was particularly encouraging to hear one person say that they thought certain things about the British mandate weren’t too bad after all.”

Professor at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology – who specialises in nanotechnology applications in medicine.

 

He had brought a prototype of his Sniff Phone – which analyses a persons breath to detect a range of illnesses.

 

Professor Haick told Charles, as the engineer and scientist held the device, slightly larger than a mobile phone: “Every disease has a unique finger print of chemicals.

“It analyses breath and detect 17 different types of disease from cancers to neuro-degenerative diseases.”

Another innovative piece of technology shown to the heir to the throne was a machine that produces water from moisture in the air.

 

Michael Rutman from Watergen, the company behind the water cooler sized device, offered Charles a glass of water from the machine which comes in an industrial version that can be taken to remote areas.

 

Rutman said: “He liked it, he said it tasted good. This machine can save lives as it can run off solar panels and provide water in communities which don’t have a fresh supply.”

 

Ambassador Neil Wigan, who welcomed Charles to the reception, spoke of the honour of welcoming HRH so soon after the visit of Prince William.

 

He also reiterated the government’s commitment to Holocaust education including building a new Memorial and learning centre next to Parliament.

 

Among the guests at the event were Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick, Lord Pickles, who is leading the memorial project with Ed Balls, and the government’s antisemitism adviser Lord Mann along with Board of Deputies president Marie van der Zyl.

 

Lord Polak, who had previously described the lack of an official Royal visit as a “stain on relations”, said: “This and the visit of Prince William are the culmination of many people pushing for fully normalised relations and that meant a royal visit. This will help cement relations.”

 

Earlier, Charles was shown round the section of the Israel Museum that house the Dead Sea scrolls.

 

The Chief Rabbi said: “The Jews are called the people of the book, which is why we preserve these items for all of mankind. Even though the Nazis were responsible for destroying countless other materials the work here is helping this history to live on.”

 

The Prince of Wales said: “It’s absolutely remarkable these methods of preservation have been upheld and it’s such important work which is just so vital.”

 

The scrolls were discovered at Qumran, a national park located just 40 miles outside Jerusalem.

 

The discovery is recognised as the earliest known written examples of the biblical texts.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Grumpy Owl said:

And to think, just a few months ago now, people were getting agitated over the NHS being 'sold off' to the USA as part of any post-Brexit trade deal.

 

 

Let the theatre play out on the stage while behind the stage, the real strings are pulled. Classic soviet russia/nazi germany mislead and misinform tactics. 

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Political support for this comes from Christian Zionism. Christian Zionism is based on covenants that benefit Abraham's descendants, but Ashkenzi are not descendants of Abraham and Ashkenazi Jews are one of the main political groups of the state of Israel. Another such group are Sephardi, who are descendants of Esau, and have no place in these covenants.

 

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On 8/28/2020 at 2:08 PM, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

Okay so I did a bit of armchair detective work and found something truly terrifying and unmentioned by anyone.

Its a long one but I recommend everyone see for themselves:

https://digitalhealth.london/our-work/uk-israel-dangoor-health-initiative/

If you have seen my previous posts about Israel and pretty much anyone with half a brain on this forum who doesn't get sucked into psy-ops, you will already know that Israel is balls deep into everyone's shit worldwide at this point. This little nugget of info added with the other evidence, is literally damning that this country is done for.

Prepare to have your jimmys rustled.

 

The UK Israel Tech Hub, based at the British Embassy in Israel, has launched a new health accelerator programme – the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative – aimed at connecting Israeli startups in the digital health field with the UK NHS.

The three companies selected to join the IBM Alpha Zone Programme for 2018/19 are:

  • Neurotech Solutions: Neurotech solutions have created MOXO, an online tool designed for diagnosis of ADHD. MOXO takes an innovative distractor approach to get accurate and substantial results. The tool scores four attentiveness categories – attentiveness, timeliness, impulsiveness and hyper-reactivity.
  • Day Two: Day Two analyses the gut microbiome to predict blood sugar responses to thousands of different foods and provide personalised nutrition guidance, diagnostic, and therapeutic solutions using artificial intelligence and machine learning. The product has already been used to help people with Type 2 Diabetes control their condition and is being trialled for use in gestational diabetes and pre-diabetes.
  • Orpheus: Orpheus Medical is a technology platform that enables hospitals and health systems to effectively manage their clinical videos organisation-wide and integrate the content in to their existing IT systems. This technology has the potential improve clinicians’ interactions with patients and collaboration amongst healthcare professionals.

DigitalHealth.London, which specialises in matching innovators with NHS need and supporting them to navigate the UK health environment, will play a key role in delivering the UK Israel Dangoor Health Initiative.

 

What is DigitalHealth.London

DigitalHealth.London is a collaborative programme delivered by MedCity, and London’s three Academic Health Science Networks – UCLPartners, Imperial College Health Partners, and the Health Innovation Network.

We are at the centre of the global revolution in digital health and have created a “digital health hub” which supports SMEs and start-ups to navigate the UK health environment through the following programmes:

  • The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme supports 20-30 high potential digital health starts-ups and SMEs annually to navigate the complex NHS system and increase spread and adoptions of their innovations.
  • The NHS Digital Pioneer Fellowship Programme helps to create leaders working in the NHS to deliver impact through digital transformation.  The Fellowship supports 20-25 ‘transformers’ annually

DigitalHealth.London is strategically well networked with key policy makers and payors across the health care system, directly and through our founding partners.  We also work very closely with NHS England to speed up the adoption and commission of digital innovation solutions and the Office for Life Sciences, Department for International Trade and London and Partners, who are supporting the Mayor of London’s health priorities in London.

We have a track record of providing screening and evaluation of promising early stage digital health businesses that have the potential to address health and care needs across the NHS. Using our extensive networks and market insight of the needs of our health care organisations, DigitalHealth.London has assisted companies in gaining access to venture funding with our partners such as RYSE Asset Management.

IBM Alpha Zone Accelerator Programme

The IBM Alpha Zone programme was set up to help Israeli based startups to reach new markets and grow their business based on IBM technologies.  It will be hosted in Israel.

Each semester which lasts about 20 weeks, 2-3 digital health companies will be chosen together by IBM and DigitalHealth.London to participate in the IBM Alpha Zone programme. This means that in addition to receiving the usual technical and business development support from IBM, they will also receive mentorship and guidance on the NHS, its operations and market penetration.

If you are interested in applying to be on the IBM Alpha Zone Accelerator programme click here to find out how you can apply.

Participation will also include a business trip to the UK where the companies will be hosted by UCLPartners and given more in-depth information and introductions. The programme will run for four semesters over two years.

The programme is backed by British-Jewish philanthropist David Dangoor, son of Sir Naim Dangoor, and is named after the family.

Scary part

 

David Dangoor, the sponsor of the initiative, said: “We are in the midst of a bio-health revolution, and Israel is in a supreme position to take advantage and carve a lead in this. So, it is vital that we pool the best minds and energies for the benefit of patients.”

“With all this new computer power and greater understanding and the breakthrough in genetics, we are absolutely at the threshold of a healthcare revolution and I’m hoping that Israel and the UK will be at the forefront of that, hand in-hand.”

“The UK and Israel both share a dynamic history of blue sky thinking as evidenced by the number of Nobel Prize winners both countries have. Both are very inventive countries with exceptional pools of talent. Hand in hand they could make a powerful combination.”

Dr Charlie Davie, UCLPartners Managing Director, who spoke at the launch said: “It’s great to be involved in this exciting new programme that will equip Israeli innovators with the tools they need to navigate the NHS. Ultimately this initiative is about saving lives and using innovation to adopt, adjust and streamline healthcare.”


Was reading the above information you supplied.
 

What do you think about this and the NHS corona vaccine poster and the Israeli Flag? Both were created in 1948 as well!! 🤭🤭🤔🤔

 

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11 hours ago, Halojim73 said:


Was reading the above information you supplied.
 

What do you think about this and the NHS corona vaccine poster and the Israeli Flag? Both were created in 1948 as well!! 🤭🤭🤔🤔

 

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The kabbalistic, talmudic jews who run this matrix of a clown planet don't deal in coincidences so it doesn't surprise me at all.

 

They basically "predicted" (planned) the conception of Israel in 1948 in the zohar and kabbalah hence why WW1 and WW2 happened which was also "predicted"

 

Nice find though, just wait till 2024 when Starmer gets in. He'll prob get the Israeli flag tattooed as a tramp stamp the shabbos noahide that he is...

 

 

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