“Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference”.

Isn’t it about time that the people of this country finally saw through the Government spin and the mainstream Media propaganda?

If you read about, or hear about, or witness anybody who has put their very lives in danger in order to expose an injustice, it is to your eternal shame that you still choose to ignore it.

This is something you can do, you can not walk away and leave others to face it alone.

The NHS is being carved up in front of your eyes and sold to the highest bidder by the very people who are supposed to represent the people of this country.

It is now time to act, to stand by those who are vilified in the Media as being ‘subversive’ and somehow labelled an ‘extremist’.

I stand by and applaud those brave souls, the ones who are ‘trying to change the things they can’.

This is for all of those who see the injustice and are not afraid to take the risks to expose the fundamental wrongs and despicable acts of those who hold the power.

So to all the ‘WHISTLEBLOWERS’ and Seekers of the Truth, the people of this country owe you a enormous debt of gratitude and this site personally salutes you.

3 thoughts on “WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND

  1. This is shocking behaviour by an NHS employee. This needs to go mainstream for the masses to hear about. I have tweeted this and will also share on Facebook.

  2. This is shocking behaviour from an NHS employee. Sadly though, as an ex NHS employee myself (on the admin side) it does not surprise me. I also had a hand delivered letter suspending me the day after taking an overdose. I also had my patient confidentiality broken when a senior person in Ambulance Control not only informed my boss that I had been admitted to hospital by ambulance but also why. I had the suspension overturned quite quickly as they realised they didn’t have a leg to stand on. I tried fighting about my patient confidentiality but they closed ranks and I failed. I knew I could never go back to work with these people and eventually left on ill health grounds. Again, I had to fight to make sure that the letter of termination didn’t include the fact that I could not do my job.

    I have tweeted and shared this article on Facebook.

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