a reply to: Cymru
These nest two are only related due to the nature of the supposed botch up that took place under the current system.
I have been a blood doner myself but have no intention of letting someone else have my organ's and I have a number of reason's for this that are
based upon my own ethical view's and belief's.
But all around the world today there is a roaring trade in Organ's, in China the organ's of minority's are claimed to have been forcibly harvested by
the Chinese state for the benefit of the Han Majority but mostly for the elite whom can afford to pay for them.
In India small children were being murdered in back street's for there organ's, all across the third world organ's are being sold by the poor which
while it make's them ill to give up one of there organ's is also very lucrative and for people earning literally penny's a day with children whom are
starving you can understand both the cruelty and how unethical this practice is.
An old story from France back in the 1970's, an english student was backpacking when he was hit by a car, on his person he had a British blood doner
card and he was rushed to a private hospital over there, his organ's were extracted and he eventually his body minus his eye's and internal organs was
repatriated to the UK, the doctors here whom made the autopsy found only evidence of serious concussion but believed the young boy would likely have
I am sorry you think it is Bollox but to be frank my opinion of that attitude is that it is wrong.
We Brit's have long prided ourselves on the NHS and it's ethical commitment but those ethic's started to fail in the 70's when older patient's
started to receive less than the top care they deserved - especially as the founding generation of the NHS itself (and was an utter betrayal of the
founding principle of the NHS a comprehensive 'all inclusive' health care system from cradle to grave).
We also have to remember a speech in Parliament given by the government whom founded the NHS "Do not ever let the Tory's get there hand's in
Now I am aware many of you will have had organ Donation's and be recipient's of transplant's yourself, I have nothing against this and indeed believe
it is the right of a person to give there organ's if they so choose but the idea of a Government making that decision for me and for other's is I find
utterly reprehensible and disgusting.
Remember the Organ retention scandal, the NHS still had part of my mother's hip at Alder Hey in Liverpool, she was experimented on BEFORE the
founding of the NHS by a doctor Brian MacFarland and one elderly nurse whom my mother met said to her that she was one of the lucky one's whom had
gotten away, she was three years of age and had globapneumonia when she went into that hospital as a child - he and his team were searching for a cure
for a disease called OsteoMyalitis and while my mother was under his care she mysteriously (As did other children under his care) contracted
OsteoMyalitis - it is not an infectious disease so how did this happen, years later she was told that she had been a human guinea pig, a young doctor
told her how sorry he was that the man had been a butcher and yet HE was made a MR for his work, only the fact that they later found out whom my
mother really was, that she had a title and an inheritance (she never received it was all stolen) did they actually panic and try to get my mother
whose body they had mangled better, she was on a frame for three years, wore irons on her leg's and never uttered a word for over two years probably
due to the shock of what they had done to her.
Over in Germany they prosecuted the NAZI doctors but our own one's got away with what they did before the war - when the NHS was founded the likes of
him were also among the many more ethical men and woman whom formed the staff and specialists and sadly the practice of experimenting upon patient's
goes on to this very day if not quite as badly as happened to my mother in those Pre War and Pre NHS day's.
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