REMEMBER the elderly? You know, those vulnerable mothers and fathers and grannies and granddads whom we have destroyed the moral and ethical universe to protect, and whom the mainstream media no longer so much as whisper about any more?
Well, the State has certainly not forgotten about them. In fact, the Government is still quietly seeing to it that care home residents pass their remaining years on this deeply disturbed planet at the mercy of a level of care scraped from the bottom of a rusty barrel, long-since drained.
As if the imminent sacking of any unvaccinated care home worker likely enjoying robust immunity from the world’s first lifestyle-brand virus wasn’t enough, updated guidance on ‘restricting workforce movement between care homes and other care settings’, sees the testing regime intensify for those staff or agency workers operating within a variety of homes – yet another tactic by which the quality and consistency of elderly care will be disrupted.
‘Should a provider need to deploy an individual who usually attends two settings, the provider should ensure there is a ten-day interval between the individual attending the two settings and require a negative test result prior to the individual entering the home. This should be followed in all but exceptional circumstances.’
As if the care home sector, renowned for the greed-driven understaffing of its homes, needs yet one more spanner in the works of its habitually threadbare rosters.
In colloquial healthcare parlance, a ‘nurse’s minute’ equates to five real-world waiting minutes for a patient. In Covid-19 parlance, it seems this is being quietly stretched out to ten days. In political parlance, this nurse’s minute is proving itself equal to 20 months and counting for those still trapped in protocol designed in Lockdown One.
According to a report in the Telegraph, assessments by GPs of those displaying worrying signs of dementia have fallen by a third since the start of the ‘pandemic’, and the availability of appointments at memory clinics has dropped by almost 50 per cent.
This smells of the beginnings of a full-scale memory wipe of our former lives, beginning with the easiest targets: Those most vulnerable.
The full-scale humanitarian intervention war that is the Government’s Covid-19 response will come under less and less scrutiny as more and more citizens of retirement age and over fall prey to the small-scale yet all-consuming psychological battles born of a neglectful, obliterated healthcare system.
GPs, too insouciant to resume full-time, face-to-face duty, are foot soldiers in this war. They are ensuring that the next generation of care home residents will enter their prisons with mental health conditions already so neglected they will not fully perceive the appalling conditions to which they will then find themselves subject.
They will be too bewildered by the confusing vagaries of their own internal universes to care, or even notice, that the physiotherapist hasn’t visited in over a month due to prohibitive public health controls.
On Sunday, Health Secretary Sajid Javid, in what appears to be a new habit among Secretaries of State to begin injecting Christmas with uncertainty months in advance – beating even Cadbury’s to the very first mention of it – said: ‘Please help your parents, grandparents or vulnerable loved ones get their jabs – it could save their life.’
What Javid is actually saying is that the State is washing its hands of old people, and that their clinical welfare is now the responsibility of the citizenry, who by succumbing every six months to a booster shot designed to fail, shall somehow nevertheless be able to guarantee the welfare of senior generations.
He is disregarding wholesale all critical aspects of elderly care and placing his entire corrupted faith in a single biological product not even yet fully approved, whilst the sector implodes.
Whatever he plans to have remain standing of it in the Government’s post-vaccination utopia is a sinister vision the manifestation of which only his own personal Jiminy Cricket can persuade him to desist the pursuit of.
Many already know what shall remain intact: Nothing but a skeleton crew of poorly-resourced staff with weakened immune systems, who will spend the bulk of their time distracted by unwarranted Covid-19 protocols, and in showing granny and granddad how to access online health services.
Hold on a minute, Mr Health Secretary. Have I just described 2050 or 2021? Where am I? Perhaps you could be so kind as to have the NHS’s Every Mind Matters portal updated to indicate to the broken-brained of Britain which dimension they are living in every time they seek counsel, because at the moment my one-month Mind Plan milestone email is only advising I listen to more whale-song audio-therapy.
The State despises the elderly because they are the last remaining link to our former lives. They were erected as the initial, NHS-rainbow-daubed totems of the pandemic, and now that the post-Covid International Order is all but fully established, they have served their purpose.
They shall never be permitted a return to their former status as emblems of halcyon days, reminding us of freedoms once enjoyed now lost. However, I see no reason for this denial, as the majority of the public have not lost their freedoms, they have tossed them away and display little to no desire to regain them anyway. But that was always the plan wasn’t it, Pinocchio?