Life in 2020


Who can heal the pain

When all act in vain

Who can stop the boot

When all seek the loot

Who can see the truth

When under the brute

Who is left to care

When none dare

Who can see if blind

When all unkind

Who can find peace

When contacts cease

Who controls the chains

When humanity wanes

Into the abyss of Hell

As Life has taught us well








Billionaires—pandemic edition

below the real reason for this global pandemic- profit and control of businesses and the individual

occasional links & commentary

2019 was a very good year for the world’s wealthiest individuals. The normal workings of global capitalism created both more billionaires and more combined wealth owned by those billionaires.

According to Wealth-X, which claims to “have developed the world’s most extensive collection of records on wealthy individuals and produce unparalleled data analysis to help our clients uncover, understand, and engage their target audience, as well as mitigate risk,” the size of the global billionaire population increased strongly in 2019, rising by 8.5 percent
to 2,825 individuals, while their combined wealth increased by 10.3 percent to $9.4 trillion.

To put that into perspective, the world’s real Gross Domestic Product grew by only 2.9 percent (International Monetary Fund) in 2019—while the value of global equities, which is key to billionaires’ wealth, soared by more than 25 percent (MSCI World Index).

The United States still leads the list of…

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The Destruction of Choice in Education

More attacks on public schools to force agenda of for profit, no choice State schools. Public money to private profit agenda. Increases defecit- where is austerity ?

Living The Art Life

I understand there are many students across Britain disappointed with their unfair A-level grades right now. However, these injustices are only being used to fulfil yet even more political agendas, where the route cause is never addressed.

Speaking as someone who’s gone to private school, and has faced injustices with the AQA marking system, as have my fellow pupils of the class of 2017, where my art class all received B grades, despite a range of ability, a partially blind man would notice, that remained unchanged even after two group appeals pushed by my headmaster (who left the school not a year later).

The only other private school’s art class in Sheffield also received an anomalously low range of results, that teachers did not even apply for a single appeal over, despite students’ concerns and disappointment. The same can be said with other Arts subjects where marking…

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Deaths at St. Andrews Hospital, Northampton

St Andrews Hospital, Northampton made a profit tax free as a ‘charity’ of 187.5 millions over 5 years ago, now far more ?

98% OF this money appears to be from public NHS funds

A director earns more than £675,000 A YEAR, see in blogs the others paid similar,
yet 4 patients died within months with same symptoms. in the same 8 bed ward

THE new consultant overseer of ward stated no previous discussions of deaths before his take over.
All died of natural causes

Inquest into one not reopened
No investigation into ST ANDREWS care to date, other than TV who appeared not to be able to gain entry.
Even if accountability proved ,and made public.  It would result in a ST ANDREWS buy out by corporate venture capital, at a cheap/knockdown price, where all could be hidden- deaths, NHS payments  by commercial confidentiality’

ALL MADE MUCH WORSE by even less accountability and even more profit.


St Andrews Hospital, Northampton.

An inquest into the death of 41 year old William Johnson, who had lived in St Andrews for 18 years, heard 3 other men on his ward had predeceased him, exhibiting  similar symptoms and on the similar medication.

The first death was on October 23rd 2010, second March 31st 2011, third April 3rd 2011 and then, Mr Johnson on May 31st 2011.

4 deaths, half the 8 bedded ward, in just 8 months.

This ward was costing the tax payer at least £ 96,000 per week tax free of NHS public money.

why did William die? For his care costing then over £10,000, A WEEK.

A Coroner, delivered a narrative verdict .

And he refused to reopen the inquest.

The only other inquest into the previous deaths had recorded death by ‘natural causes’.

Narrative verdicts were created in 2004, and merely describe the circumstances of a death not how it was caused.

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#FamilyLaw #PublicLaw: One size fits all? Considering children law cases on their facts! — North West Legal Associates Ltd

A rare case, that managed to get to the Court of Appeal, shows legally the local courts, it came from, are most likely controlled by local Common Purpose UK groups , who feed the huge profits of the private fostering and adoption industry.

A brave Recorder decision forced LA to CA , to be subject to a rare exposure of practice, parents unable to ever do this.

Where is the application of the law by those paid so much public money to uphold it ?

How long before this Recorder is replaced ?

This is not about child protection, but their exploitation for profit from our public money.

| truthaholics

One size fits all? Considering children law cases on their facts | Richard Alomo  | Local Government Lawyer | 31 July 2020

A recent judgment of the Court of Appeal should serve as a reminder to practitioners in the field of Children Law that each case has to be considered on its peculiar facts and by reference, where applicable, to the welfare checklist in section 1 of the Children Act 1989 or the enhanced welfare checklist contained in section 1 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002, writes Richard Alomo.

The case of Re LC (A Child) (Placement Order) [2020] EWCA Civ 787 was an appeal from the decision of Recorder Thain sitting at the West London Family Court by which decision the Recorder refused the local authority’s application for a placement order in respect of a child (‘LC’), then aged 2 years. The Recorder preferred the…

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