This level of hypocrisy is offensive and insulting.

My political opinions are based on morals and principles which is something that is abundantly lacking in a lot of politicians.

We are now being told to protect the NHS. The Tories never wanted the National Health Service to begin with and have been hell-bent on deconstructing it for years.

Boris Johnson, the UK Prime Minister, has been praising the NHS, yet the Tories have been depriving it of the resources it badly needs.

Conservative governments have been responsible for a massive increase in NHS privatisation. Billions of pounds have been siphoned off by way of contracts given to private providers.

The nurses that Johnson praises are the nurses that are dying because of a lack of protective equipment. This is a result of deliberate defunding in order to run it down so badly that people will accept privatisation. Doctors and nurses have died because of the lack of protective equipment.

Boris Johnson is one of the many Tory MPs who voted against a pay rise for nurses in 2017. It is certainly no secret that he has been a proponent of privatising the NHS for a long time. Anyone who really believes that he is actually a supporter of the NHS is very much deluded.

There were vast amounts of dedicated doctors and nurses who left the NHS because of the appalling way both they and the NHS have been treated. The Government has asked them to come back to “save the nation” because of Covid-19.

The NHS lost vast numbers of much needed EU doctors and nurses after the BREXIT referendum. If I am lying ill in a hospital bed, I don’t care where the doctors and nurses are from. They can come from another planet for all I care, thank you very much.

The NHS has been a main focus of political strategy, particularly because of the passion and pride that the people of the UK hold for it. The only way to wrestle it away from the people is by stealth, manipulation and deception.

When the Tories say they are putting money into hospitals, it is the equivalent of putting an apple in the front door and taking half a dozen crates of bananas out the back door. They have also sold off NHS land on the quiet, which is part of their asset-stripping agenda.

The best way to protect the NHS is for Tory voters to stay at home during the next General Election.

The Naylor Review exposed by Dr Bob Gill


The shadow of the crow glides over the loch,
Salmon propel themselves rapidly upstream.
The blackcock are burbling on the breeding ground
And small groups of roe deer may be seen.

The dawn’s sunlight spreads into corners,
Lighting up the darkness of the land
And casting rays upon the malevolence,
That seeps into the minds of man.

The doors of springtime are opening and lambs
Run to the meadow, not to the slaughter.
Recovery blooms where the earth was
Devastated and tainted with human destruction.

The water that flows from the mountain spring
Has a purity that is untouched by corporate greed.
It is there to replenish all of nature’s creatures,
No matter the colour whatever the creed.

Those who walk on the pathways of altruism
Are honourable and they stand apart,
The flowers that line either side of those paths,
Grow from seeds that come from the heart.



A British teenager was found guilty of lying to the police after she alleged she was gang raped by 12 Israeli youths in Cyprus.

In court, the woman insisted that she was raped, but had been pressured into changing her account by Cypriot police. She was initially denied legal representation.

“One moment I was a victim, the next I was the accused. Eight hours of interrogation, denied access to a lawyer — while those accused of raping me had legal representation immediately.”

Marios Matsakis, a forensic pathologist, said the woman’s injuries were consistent with rape. The judge refused to allow any evidence about whether the woman was raped, her lawyers said.

She spent more than a month in prison before being granted bail. Her passport has been held to prevent her leaving the country.

She is due to be sentenced on 7 January 2020. The charge of public mischief carries a maximum penalty of a year in jail and a £1,500 fine.

A UK Foreign Office spokesman said:

“The UK is seriously concerned about the fair trial guarantees in this deeply distressing case and we will be raising the issue with the Cypriot authorities.”

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On your side of the bed, there’s a picture of our wedding day
A clock that don’t work and the bible that your daddy gave
It’s on the window side, where the moon creeps in at night
Staring at the ceiling, lying here all alone
I said a prayer for you, then I said one of my own
But you don’t reach for me, when you lie down quietly

Tell me how, how’d you get so far away?
All we have left, are the memories of the love we made
Are you sleeping with your own regret?
On your side of the bed

On your side of the bed there’s a burnt down candle flame
A letter I’ve started but I didn’t know what to say
No I couldn’t write it down, so I try to say it now

Tell me how, how’d you get so far away?
All we have left, are the memories of the love we made
Are you sleeping with your own regret?
On your side of the bed

Aren’t you even gonna make a sound?
Your side of the bed
Turn the other way when I turn the lights down
Your side of the bed
Are you lonely? Like I’m lonely?

How, how’d you get so far away?
All we have left are the memories of the love we made
Are you sleeping with your own regret?
Tell me how, how’d you get so far away?
All we have left, are the memories of the love we made
Are you sleeping with your own regret?
On your side of the bed
On your side of the bed
Are you still awake, on your side of the bed.

All the profits from Paulette’s books go to help get dogs out of kill shelters, so you would not just be buying something to read, you would be contributing to a worthwhile and humane cause if you purchase any of her books.

The lady’s a saint.

Blog: The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

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Other books by Paulette Mahurin

In various ways people have been suffering across the world under the ruling elite, but everything has its breaking point.

“Life is tough, and you put up with it, you put up with it, you put up with it, you put up with it – and all of a sudden this one small thing comes and you say: ‘Fuck this!’”

Alma Guillermoprieto


Corporate predators – corruption – authoritarian governments – austerity – nepotism – election rigging – workers exploitation etc. etc. etc.

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