The elderly aren't dying quickly enough.
Plans undertaken by the NHS in the UK are designed to accelerate their slaughter this autumn.
In an unprecedented move, the NHS is offering a staggering £525 bounty for each care home (subject to size) that a GP can attempt to massacre.
GPs have been set a deadline (pun absolutely intended) of 23rd October to achieve their mission.
It comes about because the GPs had been complaining it was too much extra work for them otherwise, as they continue to set aside any faculty of critical thinking and morals, ignorant of the mortality data and plethora of adverse event data from everywhere in the world that has taken part in the mass mRNA experiment.
The financial incentive (blood money) will be “outcomes based”:
£150 for each ‘small care home’ of 1-10 residents
£275 for each ‘medium care home’ of 11-49 residents
£400 for each ‘large care home’ of 50-149 residents
£525 for each ‘very large care home of 150-250 residents
There was no mention of additional bonus paid for residents who die but it looks like there may be incentives to target those with learning difficulties as well.
Get your litigation lawyers ready! GPs, best prepare your defences! Take your cue from Nuremburg I!!
government sponsored murder again, is this round 4 or 5 now i cant keep up?
Widely known is that the United States government was recompensing hospitals for putting patients on ventilators, then still more money for those who died. These probably weren't labeled 'bounties' as such, more likely given some other euphemism intended to hoodwink the public into believing they were helping out the hospitals financially in some way. In any event, it's the closest thing we've seen in America since the wild west days, when it was common for "Wanted, Dead or Alive" posters to be seen in jails and post offices.
This time, it was "Wanted, Dead or Alive"... except that "Alive" wasn't an option.
A dry run was made by a university that I graduated from, to which I had "paid in full" to be a lifetime member of their alumni association when I graduated. Twenty or thirty years later, they requested that I started paying annual dues (voluntarily, of course.)
Apparently and inadvertently, I had lived too long. Being old enough to remember the halcyon days when "a deal" was "a deal", I didn't rise to the bait. Sorry, dear old State: thanks for the education, fish somewhere else.