A 2014 Documentary Film Project About the ‘NHS Sell-Off’ Needs Public Support
Funding period: Mar 11 2014 – May 4 2014
48 days to go.
This project will receive all funds raised even if it does not reach its target.
Peter says: ‘The film will raise the issue of intimidation of staff who act in the patients’ best interest. Whistle blowers too often pay a very heavy personal and professional price. We should celebrate and reward these brave souls. However the privatisation agenda will lead to more avoidable harm which politicians are keen to keep hidden with the help of their management enforcers. We must act to stop this toxic agenda.‘
GovWatch says: Hmmm NHS Whistleblower David Ore sacked recently. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2581444/Despite-Government-vows-protect-whistleblowers-NHS-boss-spoke-against-locking-patients-sacked.html
Watch Nursing the Nation – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOCda6OiYpg to see what is at stake here. Whom do you trust more this nurse of Jeremy Hunt?
‘Corporate interests rather than patient care is driving reform in today’s NHS and will divert money away from YOU. And the MSM are failing to tell you this.’
‘This film is radical. With over a dozen NHS insiders as my witnesses, I will tell the alarming story of how the health service as we know it is being quietly abolished. Almost without our noticing, it’s been replaced by a system modelled on the US in which care is delivered by profit-maximising companies that charge patients for treatment which is anyway to be restricted and reduced. One medical reporter the filmmaker knows claims that health reporting today is so poor because few journalists have real sources inside the NHS. Well, this film will have a riot of medical sources – including one professor, two consultant radiologists, a cancer expert, a public interest lawyer, and several outspoken GPs. What they all have to say will be shocking, unusual and brave. Our doctors will really strike back in this one.’
Max Keiser Examines PFI –
The Public Sector has been taken for a ride with PFI. There are 800 of these projects. John Major loved the idea of PFI. Interesting that Major was in ‘banking’ in Lagos in the ‘old days’ before becoming PM. PFI provider MetroNet went bust and so the redevelopment of the London Underground was put at risk and the tax-payer was then forced to bail out MetroNet investors. I thought that under PFI these investors were paid by us to take the risk? PFI or Public Swindle.