Sunday, 1 February 2015

Liverpool Care Pathway - “I Tell You There Are No Politics.”

Even when there is no hope,  still hold out for hope. Never give in; never give in; never, never, never!

It’s time for some pause and a stop-off at Life Café...

This is Yahoo News -

A Nebraska woman who had her hands and feet amputated after suffering a sudden bacterial infection is in "surprisingly good spirits," her family says. And she's lucky to be alive.

Last month, Teri Roberts, a 56-year-old wife, mother and grandmother of five from Valley, Nebraska, was diagnosed with streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome and after falling into a coma that doctors at Methodist Physicians Clinic feared she would never come out of.

Then, on Dec. 22, came what her family described as an early Christmas miracle.

"She just magically woke up," her 35-year-old son, Ryan Roberts, said during a press conference last week. "Literally four hours before we moved to take her off life support."
"Teri has a long road ahead of her, yet her spirit is awesome!" a GoFundMe page set up for Roberts states. "She believes that everything happens for a reason and we just don't know what it is yet."
The crowdfunding campaign has raised more than $18,000 so far. According to Ryan, she is determined to walk and drive again.

"I gave up on my mom, and she didn't give up on herself," he said.

Teri’s family needs to raise $25,000 for her medical bills. Let us show that the charity of ordinary folk outdoes any day the feigned charitable purpose of the State that provides a 'free' NHS out of funds pillaged from our pockets!

"This is the lesson: never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy."

- Winston S. Churchill
This is the charity of ordinary folk...

The Telegraph
For those ungenerous to the memory of a great man, please go to the pages of The Telegraph here -

- The Telegraph
He is indelibly associated with the fight to preserve Britain and its Empire from Nazi invasion and his subsequent denouncement of Soviet totalitarianism’s Iron Curtain.
In the public eye, Sir Winston Churchill’s long political career earned him a place among the greatest of Britons.
But what may come as a surprise is that he was a strong admirer of Islam and the culture of the Orient — such was his regard for the Muslim faith that relatives feared he might convert.
Churchill regarded Islam and Christianity as equals. There are parallels, also, in the two great schisms that exist in each.

For those over-generous to what is Muslim Fascism, please go to the pages of Tell Children The Truth here -

The rise of the Fascist Left merges with the Radical Right...

And -
Lies that life is black and white
Spoke from my skull. …


I spoke the word
As if a wedding vow.…

Good and bad, I define these terms
Quite clear, no doubt, somehow.
Ah, but I was so much older then,

I’m younger than that now.
Bob Dylan
There’s no black and white, left and right to me anymore; there’s only up and down and down is very close to the ground. And I’m trying to go up without thinking of anything trivial such as politics.
“There’s no left wing and no right wing, only up wing and down wing,”
“I tell you there are no politics.” 
Bob Dylan

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