‘Will buried Dunblane files reveal a sinister cover-up?”
You think they really give a damn about your privacy being invaded?
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– is not surprising.
After all, they both pursue the same goals of money and power.
They are both in the same business of exploiting people, getting them to work for little or nothing, and taking their wealth.
Political powers can use political, legal and administrative tools otherwise out of reach of criminals.
An alliance between political powers and criminals give political powers access to criminal methods.
Both profit from the partnership. The whole is greater than its parts.
It is not rare for political power to be criminal.
Democracy and rule of law have been powerful antidotes to political/criminal mergence. Perhaps it is an indication that the political-criminal mergence has taken place that democracy and rule of law are under attack. Along with subversion and corruption of all our institutions.
Follow the money-trail. Money is being siphoned from our taxes, our wage packets, from funding of our institutions, our hiked charges, our higher rents, our bank balances, our pensions, our pockets. The robbery is wholesale and could only happen with political – criminal convergence.
That this is all happening together is not an accident.
This is another issue wilfully mischaracterized by the medical community The blacklist in medicine is not a written list. Physicians assume some basic level of honesty among their peers. They do not anticipate sinslike rape from colleagues and the deliberate obfuscation of such. This allows the white wall of silence to be turned into a black one with nothing more than a phone call or a nuance in a referral. Doctors, like members of any normal group, watch out for each other. If a patient never pays bills, or repeatedly files lawsuits, or habitually becomes violent, or travels around trying to get illegal prescriptions, one would expect a doctor who knew about it to warn colleagues.* But that kind of communication can result in blacklisting patients who need treatment. A patient being blacklisted can go from doctor…
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The repercussions for Garda whistleblowers Maurice McCabe and John Wilson will be familiar to others who have publicly embarrassed An Garda Síochána. They were clearly acting in the public interest, but their revelations brought the force into disrepute, and the two men suffered as a result. Revenge was exacted – not only by colleagues, but also by way of public denunciation by the Garda Commissioner (“disgusting”), the Minister for Justice (“not co-operating”) and by various other parties loyal to the force.
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