At least 456 patients had lives 'shortened' at UK's Hospital of Death.

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There's a four letter word starting with the letter k that's normally used when someone 'shortens' someone else's life. It rhymes with 'pill' but the BBC seems to be reluctant to use it.

Those whose lives were 'shortened' were overwhelmingly elderly but many of them were not ill. Some were sent to the hospital for respite or rehabilitation. Only to have their lives 'shortened'.

456 is a conservative estimate, by the way. The Guardian is saying this evening that there could be 200 other cases of.....life-shortening.
 


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There's a four letter word starting with the letter k that's normally used when someone 'shortens' someone else's life. It rhymes with 'pill' but the BBC seems to be reluctant to use it.

Those whose lives were 'shortened' were overwhelmingly elderly but many of them were not ill. Some were sent to the hospital for respite or rehabilitation. Only to have their lives 'shortened'.

456 is a conservative estimate, by the way. The Guardian is saying this evening that there could be 200 other cases of.....life-shortening.
Saw that earlier, shocking stuff.
 

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Morphine is essentially euthanasia, rather slow-acting by the way, certainly in the doses administered in Ireland.

What this is about is nothing to do with terminal illness - seemingly elderly but healthy people were given massive doses of a painkiller to kill them. The latest of the NHS's many scandals - sometimes they make the HSE seem quite pedestrian.
 

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There's a four letter word starting with the letter k that's normally used when someone 'shortens' someone else's life. It rhymes with 'pill' but the BBC seems to be reluctant to use it.

Those whose lives were 'shortened' were overwhelmingly elderly but many of them were not ill. Some were sent to the hospital for respite or rehabilitation. Only to have their lives 'shortened'.

456 is a conservative estimate, by the way. The Guardian is saying this evening that there could be 200 other cases of.....life-shortening.
A country which implements industrialised abortion killing off several hundred thousand babies each year will really not blink to hear the old folk were next, nobody should be surprised by this report, and nobody should be surprised to find out that the practice is much more widespread than just one hospital
 

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Given that we Canadians are fonder of prescription opioids than the Brits are, I would assume this is not an isolated example.
 

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This doc was probably doing them a favour and who really cares about old people anyway?

Better off put them to sleep than have them there p1ssing themselves and costing thousands a week in some home.
 

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This doc was probably doing them a favour and who really cares about old people anyway?

Better off put them to sleep than have them there p1ssing themselves and costing thousands a week in some home.
There's a word for this. Although I've only heard of people being given large doses of morphine when they're probably days from a painful death.
 

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There's a word for this. Although I've only heard of people being given large doses of morphine when they're probably days from a painful death.
Yes, but some of those elderly patients can be a real pain in the ass. Have you ever actually spoke to an elderly person, or looked after one for a while-terrible!
 

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You lost. Get over it.

FFS.
The living will get over it. The dead babies won't. No amount of getting over it will bring them back to life. That's why we the living continue fighting to ensure that every baby gets born and gets to live their life. This is our promise to the babies
 

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Yes, but some of those elderly patients can be a real pain in the ass. Have you ever actually spoke to an elderly person, or looked after one for a while-terrible!
Ah yes, but don't you know there's money in keeping people alive?
 

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This doc was probably doing them a favour and who really cares about old people anyway?

Better off put them to sleep than have them there p1ssing themselves and costing thousands a week in some home.
That's The Field Marshall quality of trolling. Nicely done
 

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This doc was probably doing them a favour and who really cares about old people anyway?

Better off put them to sleep than have them there p1ssing themselves and costing thousands a week in some home.
Good point - harsh but true.

Old people don’t need companionship. They need to be isolated and studied so it can be determined what nutrients they have that might be extracted for our personal use.
 

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Yes, but some of those elderly patients can be a real pain in the ass. Have you ever actually spoke to an elderly person, or looked after one for a while-terrible!
At some point in their old age people stop looking at their parents as the people they once knew, cherished and loved and see them as just 'old people'. Very very wrong but happens all the time. A very vulnerable group which any civilisation worthy of the name should defend vehemently.

You have to put yourself in their shoes, their body fails them - they become helpless, their mind starts to go (but they still feel pain, loneliness etc) - how would you like it? I assumed you were trying to be sarcastic, god you are an awful idiot if you are not.
 

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The living will get over it. The dead babies won't. No amount of getting over it will bring them back to life. That's why we the living continue fighting to ensure that every baby gets born and gets to live their life. This is our promise to the babies
Ignore option is your friend.
 

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Apparently DNR signs are regularly put on patients who are quite elderly or in a bad sate of repair in hospitals in The UK and this is even when patients have not requested any such thing!

Apparently, The longstanding Slydog Paddy Version of it in our hospitals is to leave the windows open preferably during a harsh winter to ensure that patients get pneumonia and have what the great and the good term an easier death and of course take the heat off any potential issues towards them, regarding hospital infections or their many errors!

The ex wife of a friend of mine who works in admin in one of the big name hospitals told me a few years ago, a circular went around from bosses of bosses to medical staff stating that if a patient comes in over 70 and the prognosis isn't good, they aren't to waste resources treating them! Thankfully, the medical staff, apparently, ignored this message from the great and the good!

Situations like this, are completely and absolutely inevitable under an obviously Apartheidal System, like ours!
 

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There's a four letter word starting with the letter k that's normally used when someone 'shortens' someone else's life. It rhymes with 'pill' but the BBC seems to be reluctant to use it.

Those whose lives were 'shortened' were overwhelmingly elderly but many of them were not ill. Some were sent to the hospital for respite or rehabilitation. Only to have their lives 'shortened'.

456 is a conservative estimate, by the way. The Guardian is saying this evening that there could be 200 other cases of.....life-shortening.
Is this a Shipman situation or, more seriously, systemic killing/murdering patients by an entity?
 


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