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We Are Complacent About Our Welfare State & NHS At Our Peril

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 25/05/2016

We Are Complacent About Our Welfare State & NHS At Our Peril


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we all too often treat the NHS and Welfare State with indifference, failing to realise just how dire life was before its inception – a time when the simplest of setbacks in life could shatter a middle class life and plunge entire families into abject poverty and eventual starvation. Malnutrition would be an every day presence in the lives of huge swathes of the population in Britain, without the welfare state.

Innoculations, vacination and even the simplest of medical procedures would be but a didtant dream for the bulk of the population, were it not for the NHS, infant mortality is still much too high, even with the welfare state and NHS but rickets would once again become endemic and we would once again be dependent on having families of 10 – 12 or more to ensure the hope of assistance in ones old age.

When one appreciates that the 1909 Pension Act is in large part responsible for Britain’s irresolvable £Trillion debts one starts to realise just how thin the veneer of modern life really is. Ask a Syrian if they could have envisaged the life they lead today, or the life led by the unfortunate peoples of Libya – aided in the collapse of their standards of living by a vendetta by the west to prevent the burgeoning of the Gold Dinar as a challenge to the supremacy of the $US as bthe reserve currency of choice globally.

Life in cosmopolitan Lebanon in the late 1960s was a life of plenty a dream shattered by the war forced on Palestine by the occupation of their land by Zionists to create the new state styled Israel – a similar happenstance to the collapse of the Ukraine and the civil war that was resultant from the interference and inept ambitions of the EU and the perceived dangers of NATO to the Russians threatening their stability as they emerged from Communism; an interference that set back Russian liberty and the natural demise of Communism by a generation at least.

The hard won legacy of our fathers and forefathers to create a Welfare State and the jewel in its crown with the NHS is today teetering on a knife edge, facing cuts and pressures from immigration and the failure to invest enough in the training of nurses and doctors, such that it may not survive under the burden of debt left as Blair and Brown’s legacy.

One wonders just what percentage of our population realise just what a gift the welfare state has been and an even smaller percentage seem to realise just how fragile that structure is – especially when one considers the ease with which the gullible can be duped into demonstrations and protests against the unavoidable areas of austerity we face – austerity made ever more endemic to our way of life as a result of our misguided and damaging membership of the EUropean Union, which we were duped, at a time of 3 day weeks and ever popular strickes, into using both as a crutch and as a cudgel to regail control of our governance, all be it by a very allien outside force.

Now however if we are to see our welfare state survive and our NHS rejuvenated it is imperative that we consider our own well being first and foremost, liberated from the shackling effects of the EU and able to govern in our own interests.

In a relatively recent Christmas special of “Call the Midwife”, in what was very much an object lesson against our own complacency, they covered the tragic story of Mrs Jenkins.

It was toned down from the full story in the book – a story that was far too heart-breaking for broadcast as what is largely light weight entertainment as one finds on TV. The trilogy of books titled ‘Call The Midwife’ by Jennifer Worth are reminiscences of her life and training as a midwife in the 1950s only some 60 years ago – a training where she met Mrs. Jenkins, and many like her with similar horrific tales of the days before the welfare state and the NHS.

Mrs Jenkins had six children when her husband died early in the 20th. century, only some 30 years earlier.

There was no welfare state so she took her eldest, a daughter of ten, out of school to look after the younger ones, whilst she worked. The she and her eldest daughter took in sewing, to eke out their inadequate income.

Then an industrial injury to her arm, for which there was no compensation, resulted in her losing her job.

The sewing didn’t bring in enough money to support her and her family, thus she and her children were evicted from their home. Having already sold her teeth and her hair for money, she was forced to turn to the parish for help but the trustees told her she was “workshy” and denied her any help.

They had nothing and when the youngest, still not even a toddler died, she found a box and committed his body to the river Thames.

Eventually as the health of her starving children failed, she was forced to do something she dreaded.

The family turned up at the workhouse.

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As they waited in the reception room she hugged them knowing, as they didn’t, that they would be separated. She never saw any of them again.

She was released from the workhouse when it closed, as with all the workhouses, in 1935, when her mind was shattered by her experiences of life.

Not one of her five remaining children lived – they all died either from pneumonia, tuberculosis, influenza or “failure to thrive”, maladies that stalked society at all levels prior to the welfare state and NHS, Mrs. Jenkins’ last to die was her eldest.

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She wasn’t allowed to see their bodies nor attend their funerals, a concept hard for us to believe in this age when society seems willing to pay £Millions to effect closure trolling the Indian Ocean for months on end seeking clues to the death of those on Malayan Airways or even more indulgently seeking the body dead or alive of Madeleine McCann!

In the fifties, the midwifes and nuns had seen, the now aged, Mrs. Jenkins around in the east end of London, but didn’t know her story. She loved babies, but the mothers didn’t like this old, dirty, shambling figure around them and shooed her away.

She walked strangely because, it was later discovered, her toenails had grown to over 12 inches long.

When the nurses came to tend her, they had to cut her boots off. They bathed her, sent her to a specialist to cut her nails (which remain today in a London museum) and gave her second hand clothing. She tried to refuse it: “that’s too good for the likes of me, you keep it”.

She couldn’t believe that she could see a doctor free of charge; the NHS was a miracle, the money from the new welfare state a literal life saver. A welfare state and state health service which was not only inovational, based on Lord Beveridge’s Report but also was for many years the envy of the world.

All this has been put at risk, firstly by subtle ammendments to the Beveridger Report made by the scurrilous early champagne Socialist Aneurin Bevan and his Communist wife Jenny Lee, wheereby the NHS was politicised but later in its life as the NHS increasingly became a a National Lifestyle Service.

A Service pandering to political need and political greed, to buy votes and even more recently as it was exposed to privatisation by the 13 unlucky years of Socialist misrule and economic illiteracy under Blair & Brown, where many Hospitals were sold off and new developements were instigated, by plunging the NHS into insoluable debt, with PFI (Private Finance Initiatives) – which more rightly stood for Profligate Financial Inovations!

We should further risk the Welfare State and NHS at our peril, as the consequences may prove catastrophic. Already it is debatable if the NHS can survive the tampering of Aneurin Bevan when he was charged with setting it in place as agent for all 3 parties at the time, nor whether it can weather the profound damage done by Blair & Brown by borrowing against the service so heavily the repayments deeply cut into its budget, or can it survive the failure through many governments to provide adequate training, such that now we find ourselves stealing medical staff from those Countries which can least afford to loose such assetts such as the Philipines, India and Africa!

Of all our National Treasures it speaks loudest of our aims and aspirations – we must strive to save our Welfare State, which can best be served by sound efforts to ensure against the industrial levels of tax avoidance & evasion by corporations and the wealthy and those exploiting overseas tax havens and loopholes

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whilst the poor claiming dependence on the Welfare State must be rigerously patrolled – The NHS on the other hand can best be served by a cut in management costs, a transfer of management to the medically trained, an emphasis on training and some method of assisting in coping with the debts incurred by Blair & Brown meanwhile making dramatic savings by concentrating the service on National Health and paring away the excesses of lifestyle treatments!

Already much of the Dental Service has drifted back into private hands where many can no longer obtain NHS cover nor afford private treatment. As with opticians and although those simple NHS specs were far from fashion accessories

all could have their glasses supplied by the service!



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Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 12/02/2011


The ‘jungle drums’ zealot: Chilling inside story of how one woman seized on an innocent phrase and sparked a politically correct witch-hunt

By Paul Bracchi
Last updated at 12:21 AM on 12th February 2011
Making a fuss: Accuser Sonia Carr has made a habit of making complaints for the most trivial of matters. He claimed the 'jungle drums' comment caused her distress and health problems

Making a fuss: Accuser Sonia Carr has made a habit of making complaints for the most trivial of matters. He claimed the ‘jungle drums’ comment caused her distress and health problems
Anna Farquhar has spent most of her life helping others — first as a nurse, then running a branch of St John Ambulance, a job she performed with distinction for more than 20 years. When she retired, she took up voluntary work with the armed services charity Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA).
But the latest entry on her CV — and the reason you are reading about her today — is that of chairman of a local health watchdog in her native Wiltshire.
If truth be told, it was a job no one really wanted. It involved a mountain of paperwork, as well as endless meetings in draughty halls. But, aged 70 and a grandmother of five, Mrs Farquhar agreed to take on the job last May. The position, it should be stressed, was unpaid.
The only ‘perk’, apart from the satisfaction that comes from doing such a valuable, if thankless, task was the free tea and biscuits provided when she and her fellow volunteers met up.
But today, the ‘thoroughly decent’ Mrs Farquhar (not our words, but those of her colleagues) is a near-broken woman after being publicly vilified and humiliated.
What happened to her is not just a personal tragedy for Mrs Farquhar, but also an indictment of the kind of society we have now become, where the pernicious culture of political correctness holds sway and common sense has all but disappeared.
The story begins at a Scout hut in the village of Potterne Wick, near Devizes, where Mrs Farquhar lives with husband, Ian, 68, and where she has been a ‘pillar of the community’ for many years. Could there be a more unlikely setting for controversy?
But it was here back in August that Mrs Farquhar’s group, Wiltshire Involvement Network (WIN), convened. Towards the end of the meeting, Mrs Farquhar noted that gossip about NHS changes had been spreading within the health service, remarking: ‘You cannot help the jungle drums.’
The phrase, as everyone must know, is a commonly used expression similar to ‘rumour mill’ or ‘grapevine’.
Well, not everyone. Almost before Mrs Farquhar had finished her sentence, a voice from the public gallery rang out: ‘You can’t say that.’ The voice belonged to Sonia Carr.
Mrs Carr, 50, a veteran equality campaigner, claimed the remark was racist. Mrs Farquhar did not think she had said anything offensive, racially or otherwise, but apologised out of courtesy. That was the end of the matter. Or so it seemed.
Mrs Carr even remained behind for refreshments and sandwiches after proceedings had been concluded.
One month went by, then two, then three. Finally, on November 17 — some 13 weeks after the meeting in the Scout hut — a ten-page report landed on Mrs Farquhar’s desk with the sinister sounding title ‘Complaint Investigator’s Report’.
It had been commissioned by Wiltshire County Council. The authority, it transpired, had received an official complaint from Mrs Carr about the ‘jungle drums’ aside.
But, as far as Mrs Farquhar was concerned, the document marked ‘confidential’ might just as well have been produced by a Communist politburo, such were its astonishing findings.
‘The comment [jungle drums],’ it informed her, ‘was inappropriate and caused offence.’ Underneath, written in capital letters, were the words: COMPLAINT UPHELD. Indeed, those words seemed to be everywhere.
Her colleagues had ‘failed to challenge’ her statement: COMPLAINT UPHELD.
There was a ‘clear lack of understanding of equality and diversity issues’ among the group: COMPLAINT UPHELD.
Mrs Carr had been interviewed, of course, before the report was published. So, too, had members of other organisations that had dealings with Mrs Farquhar and her team.
Scandalously, though, the only person who wasn’t interviewed was Mrs Farquhar herself or anyone on the 20-strong ‘steering committee’ who were present in the Scout hut. Except one, that is. And she was the one colleague who agreed with Sonia Carr. Those with high blood pressure should perhaps turn away now, for this is only half the story.
Gossip girls: The trouble began at a gathering of the Wiltshire Involvement Network when Anna Farquhar, 70, noted that gossip about NHS changes had been spreading within the Health Service, remarking: 'You ­cannot help the jungle drums' Gossip girls: The trouble began at a gathering of the Wiltshire Involvement Network when Anna Farquhar, 70, noted that gossip about NHS changes had been spreading within the Health Service, remarking: ‘You ­cannot help the jungle drums’
One revelation, in particular, in the report that left Mrs Farquhar’s good name besmirched — unjustifiably and unfairly in the view of practically everyone apart from Mrs Carr and the politically correct jobsworths over at county hall — leapt off the page.
The sentence read: ‘The complainant [Sonia Carr] explained that she suffered real pain and was emotionally upset by the comment made and this has had an impact on her health and her family.’
Yes, that’s the same Sonia Carr who stayed behind for sandwiches and mingled happily with Mrs Farquhar and her colleagues after the fateful meeting.
Presumably, Mrs Carr, vice­chairman of the Wiltshire Racial Equality Council, must have suffered a great deal of ‘pain’ and ‘emotional ‘upset’ in recent years. Why? Because this is not the first time she has she raised race issues. She has made a string of complaints against various public bodies, of which more later.
But still the council supported her unreservedly and, in the process, came close to destroying the reputation of a woman with an outstanding record of public service.
That in itself is shocking enough. But the authority’s policy of appeasement towards Mrs Carr hasn’t just had disastrous consequences for Mrs Farquhar.

Like its counterparts up and down the country, Mrs Farquhar’s organisation worked hand-in-hand with local authorities, monitoring NHS trusts and social care services, carrying out hospital inspections, among other things, and investigating grievances on behalf of patients.
Following the ‘jungle drums’ farrago, all volunteers working under Mrs Farquhar — 200 of them across Wiltshire — were banned from council premises and meetings. They were even forbidden from communicating with councillors in any way.
Funding to cover the watchdog’s administration costs was punitively withdrawn.
So a valuable public service was paralysed and a scandal, which had dragged on for more than six months — at an untold cost to the taxpayer — had now managed to turn an army of well-meaning and selfless individuals into pariahs.
All because of an innocuous turn of phrase that has long been part of everyday speech. Wiltshire County Council didn’t want you to find out about this, of course, and has done everything it can to stop information about the ‘jungle drums’ affair getting out.

‘Chinese ­whispers’, ‘black magic’, ‘brown bread’, and ‘Indian summer’ could soon be on the banned list 

But the story was leaked to a local paper, the Salisbury Journal, last week. Cue a swift and embarrassing climb down this week when the ‘ban’ was lifted and funding reinstated. Could there be a more shoddy abuse of power by a supposedly democratically accountable institution?
It follows the saga of a black councillor in Bristol who called her Asian rival a ‘coconut’ (slang for someone who is betraying their roots by pandering to ‘white opinion’ because a coconut is white in the middle but brown on the outside) during a political debate.
Not a nice expression, certainly. Many might find it offensive. But common sense was the real victim when the councillor was prosecuted and subsequently convicted of racially aggravated harassment.
This offence was introduced under laws to deal with the Far Right marching through areas like Southall in Manchester or Islamic fanatics descending on military funeral processions in Wootton Bassett. Not squabbles in the council chamber.
The same culture — a kind of politically correct fascism — which resulted in ‘Coconutgate’ and too many other examples to mention, was also at the heart of the ‘jungle drums’ farce.
It’s a culture epitomised and exploited by the likes of the wretched Sonia Carr, who has made a career out of causing trouble.
A separate complaint from Mrs Carr against Wiltshire Police is still under investigation.
‘I can confirm this lady has expressed concern about posters displayed at one of our stations,’ a spokesman revealed yesterday.
The nature of the complaint? Mrs Carr, a married mother-of-two from Warminster, was unhappy, it is alleged, about the ‘lack of black officers’ in the posters. Mrs Carr, whose husband is believed to work in the Army, has also complained about two officers at Wiltshire County Council, we have been told, and has targeted Anna Farquhar’s health watchdog on a previous occasion, too.
Waste of time and money: Astonishingly Wiltshire County Council held an official investigation into the incident and created a 10-page dossier - which eventually UPHELD the complaint

Waste of time and money: Astonishingly Wiltshire County Council held an official investigation into the incident and created a 10-page dossier – which eventually UPHELD the complaint
That gripe arose from a public meeting, organised by the watchdog, at the Corn Exchange in Devizes in April 2009, to discuss how people with dementia can best be supported. One member of the audience pointed out that sufferers sometimes found it hard to eat non-British dishes prepared by volunteers from ethnic minorities.
Mrs Carr, who was present, demanded an apology for the observation, which she deemed to be offensive, from the then chairman Phil Matthews.
He refused to indulge Mrs Carr after seeking legal advice. ‘I warned the council then about her,’ said Mr Matthews, who, it turns out, is also member of the local Coalition Against Racism.
Even so, the row rumbled on for a year before Mrs Carr went away. A few months later she was back, ‘tut-tutting’ from her seat in the Scout hut. Little wonder that Mrs Farquhar was heard to say ‘not this again’ when Sonia Carr protested about her ­‘jungle drums’ remark.
The man blamed — even by many of his own colleagues on the Tory-run council — for allowing the complaint to escalate is deputy leader John Thomson.
‘The law makes it clear that what matters is not the intention of the person who uses the phrase but whether anyone is offended by it,’ he said.
By that logic, ‘Chinese ­whispers’, ‘black magic’, ‘brown bread’, and ‘Indian summer’ could soon be on the banned list in Wiltshire — and elsewhere — along with countless other popular phrases. In fact, Cllr Thomson, like everyone else involved in this politically correct witch-hunt, is hiding behind the law (which includes a clear ­‘reasonableness test’) to avoid ­making sensible decisions.
That is evident from the ‘confidential’ correspondence between the council and the health watchdog.
In December, after the complaint against the watchdog was upheld, Mrs Farquhar sent a response to the authority ‘rejecting any notion of racism concerning the term “jungle drums”’ and cited ‘its wide usage as a company name’, giving as an example the Jungle Drums marketing consultancy in Dorset, whose previous clients include the Metropolitan Police. The council ignored the evidence.
Mrs Farquhar wanted to know what grounds there were for Sonia Carr’s claim that she suffered ‘real pain’, ‘emotional upset’ and adverse effects on her ‘health and family’. The council did not tell her.
The report, Mrs Farquhar, pointed out, accused her of making a ‘weak’ apology to Mrs Carr. ‘What does “weak” mean?’ she asked. ‘Whose judgement is this? The Complaint Investigator [council officer Heather Ludlow who was at the meeting in the Scout hut] was not present at that particular point and must, therefore, be accepting the judgement of someone else.’ The council did not respond.
Mrs Farquhar said that the procedures followed by the Complaint Investigator were ‘unsound and unjust’, that the findings were ‘all in one direction’ and that she and her colleagues never had an ‘opportunity to defend’ their position, which ‘defies common justice’.
‘It is matter of great regret this matter has taken so long to resolve,’ Mrs Farquhar said. ‘It has caused me great personal stress and I will be glad to get back to work serving the community.’
Colleagues say Mrs Farquhar has ‘visibly aged’ over the past six months. At her home in Devizes yesterday, her husband Ian, 68, a former local government education official, apologised for his wife being unable to come to the door. ‘She is shattered at the moment,’ he said.
At county hall, councillors said they were furious about the way the authority has behaved and would be calling for a public inquiry.
One letter in the Salisbury Journal summed up the local mood: ‘How reassuring for taxpayers to know that our representatives, while debating our precious health service, can find the time and money to investigate what can only be described as trivial complaint.
‘As for the council being “legally obliged”’ to investigate, this compounds the idiotic with the futile. Why wasn’t this individual taken to one side and informed that the term jungle drums offends no one?’

What a pity the useless Cllr Thomson or one of the highly paid (maybe that should read ­‘overpaid’) officials he relied on for advice couldn’t have taken such a view six months ago and spared a ­‘thoroughly decent’ woman from a very public and humiliating ordeal.

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I note The Daily Mail on this matter states:
Gossip girls: The trouble began at a gathering of the Wiltshire Involvement Network when Anna Farquhar, 70, noted that gossip about NHS changes had been spreading within the Health Service, remarking: ‘You ­cannot help the jungle drums’
Surely the ONLY potential offence here is caused by The Daily Mail being ‘genderist’ 😉
I note the author’s name is Paul Bracchi
No doubt as progeny of Italian refugees who ran a Bracchi in South Wales 😉
The phrase ‘Jungle Drums’ has absolutely no racial connotation.
Bracchi is racist and derogatory.
Gossip Girls is genderist and demeaning.
Calling Journalists ‘Hacks’ in future will no doubt have us all in Court on claims that we are implying they have been ‘hacking’ phones!!
Having lived in Africa for almost 10 years and travelled widely what is the cult fashion generic for its peoples of however many generations distance?
Blacks? Coloureds? Kaffirs? Muntu? Munts? Bantu? Mullattos? Negros? Niggers? Koons? Coons? Metese? Mettisage? All collective words that have been in or out of common usage and are perfectly acceptable for me to use if I am ‘of colour’!
Oh and lets not forget WOG which denotes a Works Office Ganger or casual daily paid labourer!
Well then I guess I can use all of them being a sort of pinky reddish white beige grey Honkey? Limey? PoME? Caucasian? Brit? Whitey?
The one good thing about the economic debacle resultant from the 13 unlucky years of misrule and economic illiteracy is that we can expect councils to have their budgets slashed and the QUANGOcratic idiocy will we hope be the first to go. They seem able to find time money and staff to promote racial hatred by backing idiotic opportunist claims as with Wiltshire Council but are all but incompetent to empty dustbins.

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821),

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