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Er, thanks Caramia, I'm humbled. Yes I guess I am prepared to live like that. Thanks very much for your kind words :)
Hi Caramia, I wonder if there is some confusion... I'm not a nurse, merely a concerned onlooker. I saw the video above on a facebook page and felt that it needed to be posted here too, to show how frightened (I imagine) many nurses, doctors, etc. probably are if they speak the truth about what has been going on in hospitals and care homes. I feel it is appalling that old people, who have lived long and (hopefully) full lives are left to die, lonely and scared, with no relatives (or even care home staff) around them for comfort and support. Many of the people, I'm told, have died of hunger, thirst, neglect... and not of some 'moderate' Flu, like the public have been told to believe by mainstream media. That is why I posted the video, and also because I believe it is utterly wrong that someone who has devoted her life to caring for others (the now ex-nurse), is sacked by her employers at the drop of a hat, because she didn't promote the 'government' narrative. I hope that helps to explain things, and thanks again for your sincere and kind words :)
Here is the facebook page I was talking about - https://www.facebook.com/452711344861279/posts/2026195337512864/
Why not all NHS staff can be like her is difficult to understand. What there is to fear, loosing their license ? license to what ? to kill perhaps ? who wants to be attended by such NHS staff across UK and all over the world ?
Obviously genuinely upset and caring. However the NHS cannot fire you without stating the reason clearly. So something not adding up here in this story.
They certainly can be sacked for speaking out, staff are rightly afraid of losing their jobs.
This is the reality in our hospitals.
They can be sacked for breaching the terms of their confidentiality
Nothing scares me more that seen people getting neglected
Yes but they need to inform you what you did wrong,
Medical staff have been told that if they speak about what is happening in hospitals, or more to the point not happening in hospitals, they will lose their jobs. Life is stressful enough without losing your job, so I can understand why people are afraid to be identified. There have been many people who have said the same thing as this lady.
There are now almost five hospitals per Covid patient. If the government cared about the health of the nation it would open a number of hospitals to resume normal treatments.
As I understood it, the nurse (Carley) in question was sacked by her employer, which I thought was a care/nursing home.
I absolutely agree with everything everyone has said about NHS employees getting sacked for 'breaching the terms of their confidentiality', etc. It seems blindingly obvious that many NHS staff fear for their jobs, and so are scared to report what has been (not) happening in NHS hospitals concerning 'covid'.
Ideally, hospitals need to tell sacked employees why they are being sacked. However, concerning 'covid' the rules appear to be broken all the time, especially by those in high office - eg Johnson, Han(d)cock & (s)Cummings.
Wow, what a sweet girl. Bless her for her honesty, courage and determination. She is on the right side of history.