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Primary health trusts in ‘meltdown’
http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/Primary-health-trusts-ftimes-106523552.html
By Nicholas Timmins, Public Policy Editor
Published: November 26 2010 18:55 | Last updated: November 26 2010 18:55

Primary care trusts – the bodies that buy hospital and community care for patients and control the National Health Service’s £100bn budget at the local level – are in “meltdown”, Sir David Nicholson, the NHS chief executive, has conceded. PCTs are set to be abolished from 2013 as GPs take over the purchase of NHS care in England. Sir David told MPs that as a result staff were leaving and the bodies were simply not sustainable in their current form. He added that he was putting in place “Stalinist” controls to try to keep a grip on NHS finances as GP consortia were formed. Sir David’s admission came as Andrew Lansley, the health secretary, tried to paint his dramatic reshaping of the NHS as an “evolution” and not the “really revolutionary” change that Sir David has called it. Challenged by Dr Sarah Wollaton, a Conservative MP on the Commons health committee, that PCTs “are effectively in meltdown” with more than 2,000 managers having already taken redundancy packages, Sir David said, “you are absolutely right”.
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U.S. and Britain in Partnership to Standardize Domination
http://www.activistpost.com/2010/11/us-and-britain-in-partnership-to.html
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It is an unfortunate reality that whatever policies are implemented in the UK are eventually implemented here in the United States. It was only a short time before Britain’s increased domestic surveillance, horrid healthcare system, and curtailment of free speech reached the shores of America.

Of course, the United States serves as a breeding ground for the exportation of its own brand of tyranny – i.e. militarized police forces etc.– to England. A more informed observer might view this trade-off of oppression as a more organized attempt at the implementation of a standardized system of domination . . .  and this observer would be correct. But, regardless, it is true that even a casual observer can view the domestic policies of the country across the Atlantic as indications of what is coming to their own.

Recently, it was announced by the British government that 1 million elderly British citizens who have paid exorbitant taxes and endured sub-par healthcare for years will now be given a personal healthcare budget which they themselves will have to administer. After generations of being told that citizens were not individuals but part of the collective, British ministers are now claiming that healthcare can no longer be left to the state and that it is “everyone’s responsibility.” In past years, when Britons were being trained to accept higher taxes and reduction in healthcare, “everyone’s responsibility” meant the collective society as a whole bore the collective burden. Now, when healthcare rationing for the elderly becomes more prominent, “everyone’s responsibility” means that each individual has to worry about their own costs. Of course, there is no likelihood of taxes going down as a result. George Orwell’s Big Brother would indeed be proud of the doublespeak being successfully implemented in his home country today.


These personal care budgets would force the elderly to ration out their pittance from the UK’s National Health Service in order to purchase procedures and care from private companies. Paul Burstow, Liberal Democrat care services minister commented that “Personal budgets give people choice, control, and independence.” War is peace indeed.

Besides cutting care for the “non-productive” elderly by reducing the amount of services rendered, these personal care budgets also have a psychological function. By forcing seniors to choose their services on the basis of costs and forcing them to look at the prices of these services before  purchasing them, they are being conditioned (as well as the children who aid them in this process) to justify why the British government is cutting these costs. They are now “learning the lesson of finite resources.”

Unfortunately, there is a parallel between the newly instituted British policy and the new healthcare legislation being implemented in the United States. While the Brits may be a bit ahead of us in the rationing department, it is only because our new healthcare legislation is just beginning to take effect. Rationing boards -- labeled death panels during the debate over the bill -- were largely dismissed by the mainstream media even though they existed as plain as day. Such treatment was mainly an attempt by the media to reduce any real discussion of real issues to a traditional democrat v. republican sideshow. Nevertheless, the Coordinating Council on Comparative Cost Effectiveness Research  had already been created in the stimulus bill months before, and stood ready and waiting for the healthcare bill to pass.

While radical Paul Krugman argued that “death panels” didn’t exist and that those who said they did were merely conspiracy theorists, right-wingers, and/or racists, after the bill passed he went on to admit on a variety of talk shows that death panels did, in fact, exist and that they would be extremely helpful in reducing the costs of healthcare. (See here and here). There is really no debate now as to whether or not these panels exist or even whether or not healthcare will be rationed. The only question now is how much rationing is going to occur. Unfortunately, the well informed already know the answer to this question.

Mirroring the British decision to force the elderly to accept a personal budget for their care, the United States, as a result of the healthcare legislation, will be cutting Medicare and Medicaid by close to $500 billion. In true Orwellian fashion, these cuts are labeled as “savings.” However, these “savings” have to come from somewhere and there is no getting away from the fact that what they will come from is the slashing of services and payments to the elderly and the poor.

It is for this reason that Medicare’s MEDPAC will also morph into a death panel. As a result of the slashing of billions of dollars from the Medicare budget, MEDPAC will oversee the cuts to Medicare that determine the quality of life for millions of senior citizens all over the country.

MEDPAC will be responsible for examining which services, procedures, medicines etc. are “cost effective” and which are not. For many seniors, MEDPAC will be making life and death decisions. The same is the case with Medicaid, which provides healthcare assistance to the poor.

What we are witnessing is the implementation of a eugenics program that was dreamed up long ago but is finally beginning to come to fruition. With such drastic cuts to healthcare benefits for the poor and elderly, as well as the legislation itself which limits care given to those with chronic illnesses and disabilities, we are seeing a system in which the term “cost effectiveness” replaces “unfit” and “undesirable.” The entire population has been engaged in a war of attrition and an attack has been launched against its most vulnerable members – children, the disabled, and the elderly – and it’s time we fight back.  
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UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2010, 05:55:31 AM »
Councils stop elderly from getting help
27 November 2010
, by Emma Simon (The Telegraph)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/insurance/longtermcare/8161457/Councils-stop-elderly-from-getting-help.html

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Thousands of elderly people are paying nursing home fees that should be covered by the NHS.

Solicitor Daniella Lipszyc of Ultimate Law said she had dealt with a number of cases where those needing nursing care had been wrongly assessed by their local authority and, as a result, had paid thousands of pounds in fees that should have been paid by the Government.

She said: "I first came across this problem when a member of my own family needed care. But this problem appears to be far more widespread and I have since taken on a number of cases in a professional capacity."

This has involved challenging funding decisions made by local authorities as well as pursuing cases with the Health Service Ombudsman and the courts to seek redress for those mis-assessed.
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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #3 on: November 28, 2010, 05:56:52 AM »
Something tells me this will only increase when the central government enforces budget cuts.

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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #4 on: November 28, 2010, 06:45:04 AM »
Sounds like Americans aren't the only ones just sitting around whining how the government won't take care of them.

So if the government pays for everything, where do these people suppose the money will come from to pay industry and their inflated prices? Ask the French how free healthcare is working out. ::)
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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #5 on: November 28, 2010, 07:27:53 AM »
Sounds like Americans aren't the only ones just sitting around whining how the government won't take care of them.

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=161315

So if the government pays for everything, where do these people suppose the money will come from to pay industry and their inflated prices? Ask the French how free healthcare is working out. ::)

I thought the French used insurance payments?

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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2010, 08:55:26 AM »
Whatever happened to the Hipocratic oath?  How can those medical professionals who turn away the truly needy sleep at night.

Who pays the bill at the end of the day is quite another matter, but we have lost some of our essential humanity if we simply allow people to die if reasonable (not extraordinary perhaps) means are available to help them and we do nothing.

Are we really poorer than we were in the 30's?  Even then doctors managed to try to fulfill their oath.

If professionals have abandoned it now, it is not because of money, but because of a change in values -- most likely a society-wide alteration of values.

Chances are these "professionals" do not really care very much about their charges and are mainly poor healers despite their expensive educations and degrees.

My two-year-old instinctively mistrusts them and I have no intention of teaching her to do (completely) otherwise.

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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #7 on: November 28, 2010, 09:34:36 AM »

 The cracks are getting bigger and more will be falling through.
 Brits, don't feel alone, were in the same boat.
 Example-Here in the USA the average cost of 4 years of med school is 120,000 bucks. Thats just school, not living expenses..The poor who enter the profession are doomed to debt, the wealthy ones have it greased.
                Our fearless leaders can spend a billion a day on the wars, no problem.
    Point:      The med profession in every FN aspect has been centered on the OL Buck.

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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #8 on: November 28, 2010, 09:43:34 AM »
The elderly, disabled, unemployed, students, youths..all the easy targets will be attacked first. The Gen X crowd probably won't realise until it's too late.

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Re: UK starts killing granny – Councils stop elderly from getting help
« Reply #9 on: November 28, 2010, 09:52:47 AM »



  The doctors are the scapegoats.  They would have the money for elderly care if these governments weren't mismanaged.  We trust politicians to do good and they don't.  They are fear mongered by the NWO to spend money on Homeland Security, Defense, etc. and  there is no money for the things that count--caring for the elderly, job creation, infrastructure repair, and so forth.  WE ARE ALL VICTIMS OF POLITICIANS BOTH LIVING AND DEAD.
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Re: ALERT: UK putting in "STALINIST CONTROLS" to depopulate their country
« Reply #10 on: November 28, 2010, 10:31:06 AM »
NHS Chief Executive Declares Meltdown of PCTs
http://topnews.us/content/229424-nhs-chief-executive-declares-meltdown-pcts
Submitted by Ria Patel on Sat, 11/27/2010 - 11:46 Health TNM David Nicholson NHS

Sir David Nicholson, the NHS Chief Executive declared the meltdown of Primary care trusts that presently has the control over the National Health Service's £100bn budget at the local level. As per the new health care reforms, GPs will take over the control of NHS' budget in 2013, with the elimination of PCTs in the same year. Speaking to MPs, Sir David told that as the PCTs were losing control over the healthcare budget, so many staff members were leaving the bodies thus making their standing weak. He further added that he was executing Stalinist controls in order to take hold of NHS finances till GP consortia developed. Sir David said that it was a big challenge to uphold 152 PCTs between now and 2013. He recommended clustering of the trusts, which were to be managed by a single team. Mr. Lansley didn't agree with Sir David's saying that PCTs were facing meltdown. He called it unjustified and he expressed that the plans proposed by Sir David would liberate NHS. Mr. Lansley equated GPs control over healthcare system as evolution. Stephen Dorrell, the former Tory health secretary was quite impressed with the comments of Sir David. He stated that if reform programme ensured that along with commissioning of GP moving faster in some parts of the country, there would not be abolition of clusters of PCTs in 2013, then it did make sense.



Can anyone please explain to me how one person has the power to declare themselves "STALIN" in a republic with democratically elected public officials in order to genocide millions of people and disclose this new authority off handedly as if they were passing gas?  Oh yeah...Monarchy. Ok, fine, can anyone answer another question...WHY IS THE TERM STALINIST CONTROLS ACCEPTABLE PHRASING REGARDING THE TREATMENT OF MILLIONS? IS STALIN THE HERO IN THIS NEW WORLD ORDER? ARE THEY FINALLY OPENLY ADMITTING THIS?
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Re: ALERT: UK putting in "STALINIST CONTROLS" to depopulate their country
« Reply #11 on: November 30, 2010, 09:45:49 AM »

Can anyone please explain to me how one person has the power to declare themselves "STALIN" in a republic with democratically elected public officials in order to genocide millions of people and disclose this new authority off handedly as if they were passing gas?  Oh yeah...Monarchy. Ok, fine, can anyone answer another question...WHY IS THE TERM STALINIST CONTROLS ACCEPTABLE PHRASING REGARDING THE TREATMENT OF MILLIONS? IS STALIN THE HERO IN THIS NEW WORLD ORDER? ARE THEY FINALLY OPENLY ADMITTING THIS?

Do you suppose people have forgotten who Stalin was? Like the popularization of Mao Tse Tung, (tee shirts, coffee mugs, etc.,  with his image), perhaps there has been some whitewashing of the genocidal actions of Stalin. 

Russian lawmakers say Stalin ordered massacre of Polish soldiers
By the CNN Wire Staff
November 27, 2010 10:54 a.m. EST
http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/europe/11/27/russia.massacre/index.html?hpt=T2

Stalin's Forced Famine 1932-1933: 7,000,000 Deaths
http://www.historyplace.com/worldhistory/genocide/stalin.htm
Joseph Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union, set in motion events designed to cause a famine in the Ukraine to destroy the people there seeking independence from his rule. As a result, an estimated 7,000,000 persons perished in this farming area, known as the breadbasket of Europe, with the people deprived of the food they had grown with their own hands.

Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity: Joseph Stalin
[DECEMBER 21, 1879–MARCH 5, 1953]
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Russian revolutionary and politician; successor to Lenin as ruler of the Soviet Union and head of the Communist Party (1929 to 1953)

One of the bloodiest despots in modern history, Joseph Stalin helped transform the Soviet Union into a military and industrial superpower, but at a staggering cost in human lives and suffering. In the words of scholar Stephen Cohen, Stalin's rule was a "holocaust by terror" that "victimized tens of millions of people for twenty-five years."

Stalin was born Iosif Vissioronovich Djugashvili on December 21, 1879, in the Georgian village of Gori. The son of a poor shoemaker, Iosif became a professional revolutionary and at age thirty-four adopted the political name of Stalin, meaning "man of steel." A member of the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social-Democratic Party, Stalin played a minor role in the 1917 October Revolution and entered the new Soviet government as Commissar of Nationalities. In 1922 he became General Secretary of the Communist Party, a position he subsequently transformed into the major base of power in the Soviet state. A gifted politician, Stalin outmaneuvered his rivals to become the sole leader of the party and the state by 1929.

Human life had little value for Stalin, who viewed people largely as instruments for serving the needs of the state. In the late 1920s, Stalin launched a massive drive to transform Soviet industry and agriculture. To support industrialization, he ordered the collectivization of agriculture and the creation of large-scale communal farms. But collectivization soon turned into a bloody civil war that raged across the countryside, resulting in the death and deportation of five to eight million people. Those who resisted faced either execution or exile to "special settlements" in remote northern regions, where up to a third of them died from the harsh conditions. Collectivization proved even more deadly during the famine years of 1932 and 1933 when an estimated five to eight million peasants died in Ukraine and Central Asia. Some scholars view this famine as a deliberate act of genocide, whereas others blame it on bureaucratic incompetence and poor planning.

Repression was central to Stalin's leadership from the beginning. Throughout the period from 1929 to 1953 the regime employed tactics of terror, arresting people on false charges of conspiracy and espionage, then either executing them or sentencing them to labor camps, where they toiled in harsh, debilitating conditions. Chronic absenteeism at work or picking up grain husks from a harvested field could bring a ten-year sentence. According to one scholar, over twenty-eight million Soviet citizens passed through the forced labor camps and colonies between 1929 and 1953. Located all across the Soviet Union, in every time zone, the camps were filthy, brutal, and dehumanizing. Death rates were high, averaging about 6 percent per year. One archival source states that over two million inmates died in the camps between 1929 and 1953, but this does not include all categories of prisoners.

The height of the Stalinist repression, known as the Great Terror, lasted from 1936 to 1939. The majority of victims during this period were from the Communist Party, the economic ministries, the military, the Communist International, and minority nationalities. No precise figures exist. Official KGB figures for 1937–1938 claim that just under 700,000 were executed and that at the beginning of the 1940s there were about 3.6 million in labor camps and prisons. Stephen Wheatcroft and R. W. Davies have calculated that the total number of excess deaths from 1927 to 1938 may have amounted to some ten million persons, 8.5 million killed between 1927 and 1936 and about 1 to 1.5 million between 1937 and 1938.

Historians disagree over the motives behind the terror. Some focus on Stalin's paranoia and thirst for power, while others cite fears of an internal "fifth column" in the face of pending war and the Nazi threat. Still others argue that the process moved in part from below, due to party in-fighting, the desire to settle personal scores, and anti-elitist sentiments among the rank and file. Stalin's role as author of the terror, however, is clear: He formulated the majority of the directives and personally commanded and supervised arrests, show trials, and executions.

During World War II, the Stalinist regime carried out ethnic cleansing, though the exact motives remain unclear. It deported 400,000 Volga Germans to Central Asia and Siberia out of fear that they would support the invading enemy. Between 1943 and 1944, Stalin ordered the deportation of about a million Chechens, Crimean Tatars, Balkars, Kalmiks, and Turks from their homelands to Central Asia, alleging that they had collaborated with the Germans. Transported in sealed boxcars, with no fresh air, proper food, sanitation, or medical care, as many as 40 percent died along the way from hunger, cold, and disease. Those who resisted the deportation were shot. Prior to the war, in 1940, Stalin had ordered the execution of 21,857 Poles. Of these, over 4,000 were officers who were shot and buried in mass graves in the Katyn Forest (Smolensk region). This crime was denied by the Soviet regime for fifty years.

After the war, smaller-scale repressions continued to fill the camps. The number of prisoners rose from 1,460,676 in 1945 to 2,468,524 in 1953. The postwar period was marked by fierce attacks on creative artists, deportations of Balt, Moldavian, and Ukrainian populations, and a virulent anti-Semitic campaign that culminated in the arrests in 1953 of nine Kremlin doctors on charges of murder and treason. In addition, there were over four million foreign POWs in the camp system, many of whom either died in captivity or had to wait up to ten years for repatriation.
Tragically, even Stalin's death in 1953 came at a price. On the day of his funeral, tens of thousands of people crowded in the streets to view the body, and many were crushed to death in the ensuing panic. Despite the magnitude of his crimes, Stalin's legacy remains complex. Some see him as the worst monster who ever ruled, a modern Genghis Khan who devoured his own children. Yet others consider him a resolute and even heroic leader who did what was necessary in order to modernize Russia and defeat its enemies. Some who lived through the Stalin years later remembered them as a time of vibrant idealism and energy. But no evaluation of Stalin's leadership can ignore the horrific price paid in human lives, and the incalculable physical, moral, and psychological destruction he left behind.

SEE ALSO Gulag; Katyn; Lenin, Vladimir; Ukraine (Famine); Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Applebaum, Anne (2003). Gulag. A History. New York: Doubleday.

Cohen, Stephen F. (1999). "Bolshevism and Stalinism." In Stalinism: Essays in Historical Interpretation, ed. Robert C. Tucker. New York: Transaction Publishers.

Davies, R. W., Mark Harrison, and Stephen Wheatcroft, eds. (1994). The Economic Transformation of the Soviet Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Naimark, Norman M. (2001). Fires of Hatred. Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Read, Christopher, ed. (2003). The Stalin Years. A Reader. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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