compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
APPARENT that the SWINDON UNITARY AUTHORITY [IS]
[BE]ing utilised as the whipping boy, by the so-called
POWERS that BE in the Government of England • let alone
Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland • who have adopted
their own version of the divine right of Kings, with
regard to the Medical Services for those who have been
encouraged to adopt Swindon as their home town over
the period of the last 30 years or so.
Whipping Boy was an established position at the English court during the
Tudor and Stuart monarchies of the 15th and 16th centuries. This may not
have been quite as bad as it sounds. The whipping boys weren't hapless
street urchins living a life of torment, but high-born companions to the
royal princes. They were educated with the princes and shared many of
the privileges of royalty. The downside was that, if the prince did wrong,
the whipping boy was punished. It was considered a form of punishment
to the prince that someone he cared about was made to suffer.
In the context of the signing of Magna Carta in 1215 however, and
the beheading for treason of King Charles I on January 30, 1649;
the strangeness of the concept of a whipping boy is a little easier to
understand when put into further context. The Divine Right of Kings
was the belief that legitimate kings were appointed by God and so were
answerable to God alone, in juxtaposition to the ever legitimate concept
of GOD HAVING NO RELIGION.
James I (a.k.a. 'The Wisest Fool in Christendom'),
in his 'Speech Before Parliament' 1609, declared:
"The state of monarchy is the supremest thing upon earth; for kings
are not only God's lieutenants upon earth, and sit upon God's throne,
but even by God himself they are called Gods."
Despite the fact that the Great Western Hospital has recently opened a
£400,000 unit for intravenous treatments; that NHS staff have embraced
extra training to support patients with learning difficulties and autism etc.
etc. the fact that several thousands of the residents in North Swindon, now
have NO ACCESS to the NHS services whatsoever, because they need a
Doctor Referral to gain access to the Hospital and Walk[IN] Centre and
that very few of these patients can get an appointment with a Doctor
because ALL ACCESS TO NHS secure online services state continuously
and clearly that there are no appointments available for the next three
weeks, on a forward rolling basis.
Needless to say I am registered for NHS online access and THIS
IS THE TRUTH of THE REALITY of the situation which prevails.
MY CASE RESTS
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