posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 07:57 PM
Now this story is set out in Scotland, who likes to stick it to English now and again, sometimes for good reasons. It has several stories in it:
1. the obvious one is that because of disagreements between doctors and the four UK administrations vaccinations will not be done on time.
1.a. This creates panic for the reader, who thinks, or crap I better get vaccinated somehow.
1.b. This builds a public opinion against doctors who are not happy with giving vaccinations. In the article we're reading, "Doctors have a lot of
power, and they should not have the power to put our children's lives at risk.", as in because of the delayed vaccinations.
2. This creates a cover story (to cover previous reports about the disagreement) as for the reasons why doctors don't want to give vaccinations.
Apparently it's all about working hours and meeting targets. In the article we read, "If I am being monitored on access, then my access isn't going
to be as good if I have got an extra 700 appointments for children," Dr Marshall said. Which is a fair point, but was it only about that? This new
reason for disagreement was picked up recently by many other news agents (see links below).
2.a. Cover story for real reason: which was posted briefly about a month ago about Scottish and Irish doctors not willing to do vaccinations, because
of some funny insurance clauses, that let pharmaceuticals completely off the hook in case of side effects, leaving doctors on the front line to take
the hit for any fall out from mass vaccinations. Doctors didn't like that. I wish I bookmarked that article.
So what we have now is the UK building up plausible reason for the rest of the world why it is not proceeding with vaccinations. Which is very
diplomatic thing to do I guess. What do you guys think? Is there anything here?
(visit the link for the full news article)
Related News Links:
GPs fear swine flu jabs for children may hit bonuses (Times
GPs’ revolt over hours may hit
swine flu jabs (Belfast Telegraph)
GPs refuse deal to deliver swine flu jabs to under-fives
[edit on 8-12-2009 by mushibrain]